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Saint Loye's [chapel], East Wonford

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 52 (1920), pp. 207-222.

by

Ethel Lega-Weekes

Prepared by Michael Steer

St Loye's chapel at East Wonford, Exeter, was built in the 1380's to serve a rural mansion and was dedicated to the patron saint of blacksmiths and goldsmiths. After 400 years it has fallen into disrepair and was once used as a stable. St. Loye's emblem is a horseshoe. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the Princeton University Library that can be downloaded from the Devonshire Association's home page through an arrangement with the Archive Organization. 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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Alexander, Mr 363
Aloysius, Saint 361
Ayshford, Roger 364
Battishill, W J 365
Berkeley, Rev S 366
Brionne, Baldwin de 363
Bruges, Agnes de 361
Bruges, Amisius de 361
Cecil, Lord William Gascoyne, DD 365
Charles I 365
Charles II 365
Chorley, Mr 364
Clare, Adeliza de 363
Clement, John, alias Fishe 365
Clotaire II 360
Cox, Dr 360
Croslegh 365
Dagobert 360
Donald, Major General Colin George 365
Ducke, Philip 365
Egidius, Saint 361
Elizabeth I 364
Featherstone, W C 362
Ferrant, Radulphus 361
FitzJohn, William 363
Gervais, William 362
Gilbert, Otho, armg 364
Glandfeilde, William (also Glanfeylde) 364
Hake, W 362
Hardinge, Colonel 362
Henry VIII 360
Hutchins 366
Illog, Saint (also Ellidius) 361
Jenkins 362
John, King 363
Jones family 365
Jones, John 365
Jones, Pitman 365
Jones, Thomas 365
Jones, Winslow Esq 362, 365
Lacy, Bishop 361, 364
Leigh, John (also Ley) 364
Loy, Saint, Bishop of Noyau (also Elegius, Eloy) 360
Lysons 363
Oliver 361-3
Randolph, Prebendery H 362
Reed, Mr Harbottle 366
Shapcott, Robert 365
Smethehaies Thomas 361
Stafford, Bishop 364
Tilly de, family 363
Tirell family 363
Tirell, Henry 362
Tirell, Joan 362
Tirell, Walter 363
Tyrel, Henry 363
Tyrell, Sir Henry 363
Watkins, Mr Hugh 366
Whipham, Thomas Esq MD 365-6
Whityng, Robert armg 364
Wodeland, John 364
Worth, Mr Hansford 362
Worthy 363
Wydelonde, John de (also Wydelond) 364