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Name Index

To

Edmund and Richard Tremayne

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 33, (1901), pp.322-331.

by

Mrs. G.H. Radford

Prepared by Michael Steer

EDMUND TREMAYNE (d. 1582), clerk of the privy council, was second son of Thomas Tremayne of Collacombe, Lamerton, where his family had been established since 1366. His mother was Philippa, eldest daughter of Roger Grenville of Stow. Of this marriage were born 16 children, of whom four - Edmund, Richard, and the twins Nicholas and Andrew acquired some reputation. RICHARD TREMAYNE (d. 1584), fourth son, was sent to Exeter College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1547-8, and proceeded to M.A. He vacated his fellowship by flying to Germany in the first year of Mary's reign. His epitaph states he "fled for the gospel's sake." He was reckoned among the conspirators against the queen, and in 1556 was declared a traitor with his brother Nicholas and others concerned in Sir Anthony Kingston's plot. He returned to favour under Elizabeth. 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 the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Arnold, Sir Nicholas 327
Arran, Earl of 327
B  
Basset, Sir Arthur 328
Bedford, Francis Earl of 323, 326, 328
Boase 327
Burghley, Lord 322, 324, 326
C  
Carew 326-7
Carew, Sir Gawen 322-3
Carew, Sir Peter 323-4, 328
Cecil, Sir William 323, 327-8
Charles II 330
Courtenay, Edward 322-3
Courtenay, Joanna 328
Courtenay, Sir Piers 328
D  
Devon, Edward Earl of 322
Don Antonio 326
Drake, Francis 325-6
E  
Elizabeth I 323-4, 327, 331
F  
Field, Mr 328
Fox 323
Froude 323, 325
G  
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey 328
Grenville, Philippa 322
Grenville, Sir Richard 325-6
Grenville, Roger 322
Grindal, Bishop 327
H  
Hales, John 328
Harris, Chrostopher 325-6
Hawkins, John 324
Henslowe, Thomas 329
Humphrey, Mr Dr 328
I  
Izacke 324
K  
Kekewich, George 329
Killigrew, Sir Henry 326
Kingston, Sir Anthony 327
M  
Mann, John 324
Masone 323
N  
Nicholaus, a cook 328
Northumberland, Duke of 323
Nowell, Robert 328
O  
Ormond, Earl of 323
P  
Parker, Archbishop 328
Paulet, Sir Amias 325
Philip II 329
Plantin, Christian 329
Prince, Rev John 322, 324, 330-1
R  
Rawlinson 325
S  
Scots, Mary Queen of 324, 327, 331
Spes, Gueran de 324
St Leger, Eulalia 325
St Leger, Sir John 325
Strype 327, 329
T  
Throckmorton, Sir Nicholas 323, 327
Tremayne, Andrew 322-3, 329-31
Tremayne, Arabella 330
Tremayne, Arthur Esq 330
Tremayne, Degory 326, 329-30
Tremayne, Edmund throughout
Tremayne, Eulalia 325
Tremayne, Francis 326
Trevelyan, Joanna 328
Tremayne, John 324, 330
Tremayne, Nicholas 322-3, 327, 329-31
Tremayne, Philippa 322
Tremayne, Richard throughout
Tremayne, Roger 324, 326, 329-31
Tremayne, Thomas 322, 327-8, 330
Turberville, Bishop 328
V  
Vowell, John alias Hooker 328
W  
Walsingham 325-6
Westcote 322
Wise, Arabella 330
Wise, Sir Edward 330
Wyatt 323