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Name Index

To

Second Report of the Committee to Obtain Information as to Peculiar Tenures of Land

Trans. Devon Assoc., Vol. 13, (1881), pp. 102-105.

by

Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Report, read at the Association's July 1881 Dawlish meeting, presented translations of documents related to the manor courts and land tenures of the Pomeroys of Berry Castle. These are intended to illustrate peculiarities of land tenure and manorial customs in ancient Devon. 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Ailsius 105
Amery, J S 103
Arbalister, le, family 105
Arbelestre, Reginald le 105
B  
Balisterius family 105
Brooking Rowe, Mr J 102
Butcher, Rev Edmund 104
C  
Coppleston family 105
Corneworthy, Prioress of 103
Courtenay, Sir William 103
D  
Denis, Anne 105
Denis, Robert 105
Doe, Mr G 102
Dorset, Lady Cecilia Marchioness of 103
Dudley, Katherine 103
Dymond, Mr Robert 102
E  
Edward I 105
F  
Fitzwaryn, John Lord 103
Fortescue, Adrian 103
H  
Hastyngs, Lord 103
Henry I 104
Henry III 104-5
Henry IV 102-3
Henry VI 103
Henry VIII 103
Hurrell, Mr A W 102
Hutchinson, P O 105
I  
Isaacks 104
J  
Janitor family 104-5
Janitor, Joan 104-5
Janitor, John 104
Janitor, Roger 104
John, King 104
L  
Lysons, Messrs 103-4
O  
Ormerod, Mr G W 102
P  
Peppin, Rev Sydenham 104
Plympton, Prior of 103
Pomeroy, Sir Edward 103
Pomeroy family 102
Porta, de 104
Porte, de la 104
Portitor, Willielmus 103-4
Pyn, Thomas de 105
R  
Rolle family 105
Rolle, Sir Henry 105
Rolle, Lady 105
Rolle, Lord 105
Rolle, Hon Mark Trefusis 105
S  
Siccavilla family 105
W  
Ware, Lord de la 103
Westcote 104
Windeatt, Mr Edward 102
Worthe, Antonius 103
Wyse, Oliver 103