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New light on Sir Richard Grenville

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 49, (1917) pp.210-246, 247-282.

by

R. Pearse Chope

Prepared by Michael Steer

Sir Richard Grenville or Greynvile, (1541? - 1591), is described in the Dictionary of National Biography as 'interesting himself, in company with Sir Humphrey Gilbert, in 'an enterprise for the discovery of sundry rich and unknown lands', which never came to fruition. Further light has been shed on this plan and its abandonment, since the writing of that article, Richard Grenville did indeed produce such a scheme in 1574, which the Queen refused to licence, and the existence of that scheme became known when John Oxenham and two other Englishmen were captured in Panama in 1577. 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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Arscott, Eulalia 213
Arscott, Tristram 213
Arundel, Earl of 214-5
Arundell, Alexander 211, 223-4, 241-2
Arundell family 211
Arundell, Sir Thomas 211
Bacon 210
Barker, Andrew 225
Barkley, Francis 212
Basset, John 223
Bassett, Arthur 223, 228, 241-4
Bassett, Elinor 223
Bedford, Earl of 228
Bellew, Margaret 213
Bellew, Richard 213, 224
Brahe, Tycho 224
Burghley, Lord, (Cecil) 213, 215-9, 224-5, 231
Butler, John 229
Butshide, Philip (also Budockshide) 211-3
Camden, William 211-2
Campbell 210
Carew, Anthony 231-2
Carew, Sir Gawen 212
Carew, Sir Peter 213, 225
Carew, Robert 212
Carleill, Sir Christopher 217
Cecil, Lord William 213-5
Champernoun, Henry 211-2
Champernowne, Sir Arthur 211, 224, 226-9, 231
Champernowne, Elizabeth 211
Champernowne family 211
Champernowne, Frances 211
Champernowne, Gawen 212, 227
Champernowne, John 211
Chester, Charles 225
Chester, Dominick 223, 225, 241-4
Chichester, Sir John 223
Clinton, Lord 229
Cole, Thomas 211
Cole, William 211
Coote, C H 218
Corbett, Mr 222, 229
Cotton 212
Cotton family 212
Cotton, John 212
Cotton, Sir Robert 212
Cotton, Thomas 211
Dare, Ananias 225
Dare, Martyn, Esq 223, 225, 241-4
Desmond, Earl of 213
Desmond family 213
D'Ewes 214
Digges, Thomas, Esq 223-4, 241-4
Drake, Lady Elliot 232
Drake, Sir Francis 215-6, 222, 224, 229, 232
Edgcomb, Sir Richard 223
Edgecombe, Piers 223, 228, 241-4
Edward VI 211
Elizabeth I 210, 213-4, 217, 219, 223-5, 237, 241, 245
Essex, Earl of 225, 227
Fénélon, Salignac de la Mothe 227
Fenner, George 229
Fitz, Agnes 223
Fitz, John 223
Fitz, Mary 223
FitzMaurice, James 213-4
Fogaza, Antonio 230
Froude 210, 213-4
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey 212-8
Gorges, William 211
Gosling, W G 218
Granville, Rev Roger 223
Grenville, Agnes 223
Grenville, Bernard 213
Grenville, Mary 212
Grenville, Philippa 224
Grenville, Sir Richard throughout
Grenville, Sir Roger 211, 223-4
Grenville, Ulalia 224
Hakluyt 218, 225, 229
Hales, John 212
Harriot, Thomas 225
Harris, Christopher 224
Hawkyns, Sir John 220, 224, 230-1, 240
Hawkyns, William 223-4, 241-2
Horsey, Mr 231-2
Kingsley, Charles 210, 229
Laughton, Sir John K 214, 218
Lefer, Guillaume 231
Leicester, Earl of 223
Leland 230
Lincoln, Earl of 218, 229
Lumley, Lord 214-5
Magellane (also Magellan) 239, 245-6
Maximillian, Emperor 212
Montgomery, Earl of 212, 227
Nevil, George 213
Nevil, Katherine 213
Norfolk, Duke of 214
Norris 212
Nutall, Mrs Zelia 245
Oppenheim 230
Orange, Prince of 232
Oxenham, Captain John 216, 223, 228-9, 245
Peckham, Sir George 217
Philip, King 229, 245
Phillipps 215
Plantagenet, Arthur 223
Plantagenet, Frances 223
Radford, Mrs G H 224
Raleigh, Sir Walter 210, 212
Rawe 215
Risdon 211
Sainsbury, Mr W Noel 218
Seimour, Jane (Seymour) 211
Sentleger, Lady Ursula 213
Seymour, Sir Edward 211
Sidney, Sir Henry 214
Silva, Prince Ruy Gomez de 230
Smith, Sir John 211-2
Smith, Robert 211
Stilliard 232
St Leger, Eulalia (also Ulalia) 213, 224
St Leger, Francis 213
St Leger, John 213
St Leger, Margaret 213
St Leger, Mary 213
St Leger, Sir Richard 213
St Leger, Sir Warham 213, 225
Stucley, Frances 213
Stucley, John 213
Stucley, Sir Thomas (also Stucle) 215, 220, 240
Sydenham, Sir John 223-4
Sydenham, Mary 223
Tennyson, Lord 210
Thyson 232
Tremayne, Edward 224
Tremayne, Eulalia 213
Tremayne, Edmund 213, 223
Tremayne, John FitzEdmond 241-4
Tremayne, Thomas 224
Vaughan, Captain 232
Vivian 211-2, 224
Walsingham, Sir Francis 217
Watkins 232
White, Governor 225
Whitley, Richard 212
Worme, John 230
Wren, Walter 229-30