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Name Index

To

Molland Accounts; With an introduction on the evolution of parishes

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 35 (1903) pp. 198-238.

by

Suir J.B. Phear

Prepared by Michael Steer

Molland church is dedicated to St Mary and dates from the 15th century. The interior is Georgian. There is a three-decker pulpit, box pews and the interior has ceilings. The chancel has an 18th-century screen, and there are many monuments to the Courtenays of West Molland. The former manor exists as a large private estate. In 2009 it included 40 residential properties forming most of Molland village, 13 farms, the London Inn public house and additional land lettings. Red Devon cattle were developed at Molland. 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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B  
Baker, James 233
Bede, Venerable 199-201
Bery, Thomas 234-5
Burgys, John (also Burgs) 207, 220, 222-8, 230
C  
Catford, Phellep 234
Chaplyn, John 224
Cloge, Roger 224, 229, 232-4
Corner, Harry 221, 227, 235
Corner, John 207, 220-1, 228, 233
Corner, Robert 221
Courtenay, Hugh 227
Courtenay, Mr John 220, 227, 231, 234
Courtenay, Mr Phellep 237
Courtenay, Robert Esq 220, 222, 227, 233, 235-6
Culum, Hugh (also Coullumb) 235-6
D  
Dainst, Lewis 221-2
Dale 204
Dalin, John 232, 234
Denys, Johane 231
Deye, Thomas (also Day) 232-4
Douscomb 234
Ducange 199
Durban 204
E  
Egbert, Archbishop 199
Elizabeth I 203, 206, 221-5, 228, 231-3, 235, 237
F  
ffarmer, Robert 224, 229, 233
ffarmer, William 230
ffyscher, John 207, 223, 229, 233, 235-7
G  
Garlyford, John 229-30
Gewell, Mr 231
Gose, John 220
Gose, Rychard 230
H  
Hawne, Seton 237
Helman, William 224
Henry II 204
Hext's child 229-30
Hopper, Petter 229-30
Hopper, Thomas 206, 222-5, 227
Hobhouse, Bishop 198, 204, 206
Hollocomb, John 225
Hosegood, Martyn 224, 226, 227
Hosegood, Olyver 228, 231, 233-5
Hosegood, William 221
Hyll, Harry 227, 231, 235, 238
Hyll, Robert 236
K  
Kyngdon, John 220, 226, 229, 233-4
L  
Lyde, Tristram 235-6
Lye, John 226
M  
Mannyng, John 224
Martyn 207
Moggryg, E'bett 230
Moggryg, John (Mogridge) 207, 233
Moore, William 232
More, Rychard 222-3, 225-6, 231, 233-4
Morse, Christofer 221, 225, 228-9, 238
N  
Neckes childe 233
Nott, John 231-2
P  
Palffreman, Thomas 206, 222-9, 231-3, 235-7
Parker, John 207, 224, 234
Pasmore, Jane 229-30
Perse, Alexander 228
Philip & Mary 207
Q  
Quartley, Mrs 206
S  
Sedbury, William 231
Sege, Willibyes 230
Shapcott, Phellep 225
Smyth, John (Johane Smyth) 206, 220, 222-5, 227-36
Snow, John 238
Snow, William (also Sno) 222-3, 225, 227, 229-30, 232-4, 236
Stevens, Mr 222, 225
Stevens, Peter (Petter) 226-30, 233-7
Stubbs 199
T  
Tappyscott, Harry 222, 224-5
Theodore, Archbishop 199-200, 202
Thorne, John 232
Thorne, Thomas 229
Tor, John 221, 231, 234
V  
Venner, Richard 220
Vicary, Robert 207, 220
Vycary, Gorge 235
Vycary, John 238
Vycary, Rychard 220, 222-38
Vycary, Thomas 206, 225, 228, 235-6
W  
Waryng's child 229-30
Waryng, John 226, 228, 230-2
Webber, John 220-3, 225, 227-8, 231-5, 238
Williams, Thomas 220, 225, 236
Wyte, Thomas 236