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Name Index

To

John Ford, Dramatist

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 8 (1876). pp. 420-426.

by

Robert Dymond & Rev Treasurer Hawker

Prepared by Michael Steer

John Ford was baptised 17 April 1586 at Ilsington Church as the second son of Thomas Ford (1556-1610) of Bagtor in the parish of Ilsington, by his wife Elizabeth Popham (d.1629) of the Popham family of Huntworth in Somerset. Her monument is in Ilsington Church. Thomas Ford's grandfather was John Ford (d.1538) of Ashburton (the son and heir of William Ford of Chagford, who purchased the estate of Bagtor in the parish of Ilsington), Ford was a major playwright during the reign of Charles I. His plays deal with conflicts between individual passion and conscience, and the laws and morals of society at large. A fragmentary pedigree of the Ford family is presented on p. 426. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Apleton, Miss 422, 426
Charles II 421
Claverton, Mary 422, 426
Devonshire, Earl of 422
Ford, Charles 426
Ford, Christopher 426
Ford, Edmund 426
Ford, Edward 421
Ford, Eleanor 426
Ford, Elizabeth 426
Ford family (Devon) 420
Ford family (Sussex) 422
Ford, George 426
Ford, George (2) 426
Ford, Henry 426
Ford, Henry (2) 426
Ford, Sir Henry 421
Ford, Henry Row 426
Ford, Jane 426
Ford, Joan 426
Ford, John (Dramatist) throughout
Ford, John (2) 422, 426
Ford, John gent (3) 422, 426
Ford, John (4) 426
Ford, John (5) 426
Ford, John Esq (Gray's Inn) 421, 426
Ford, John (Hackney) 421
Ford, Judith 426
Ford, Magdalen 422
Ford, Margaret 426
Ford, Mary 422, 426
Ford, Mary (2) 426
Ford, Philog 421
Ford, Richard 421, 426
Ford, Susanna 426
Ford, Thomas 421, 426
Ford, Thomas (2) 426
Ford, Sir W 426
Fuller 420
Gifford 421-2, 424
Hooper, George 421
Popham, Sir John 421
Prince, John 421
Risdon, Tristram 420-1
Row, Eleanor 426
Row, Sir Henry 426
Scott, Sir Walter 424
Shakespeare 421-3
St Clere, Joan 426
St Clere, Gilbert 426
Trobridge, Joan 426
Westcote 420-1