|Andrew, Mr George, p 18, grandfather of GJ. of Barton. |
Arnold, Mr p 15, blacksmith. Old Tom, landlord of the Bell Inn p 19.
Arnold, Stanley, p 20, son of above and childhood friend of GJ.
Ascott, Major, p 30, secretary of Bideford Show.
Ashton, Mr John, p 39, road contractor of Kilvenstool.
Bartletts, p 30, timber merchants.
Betts, Dr, p 25.
Blackmores, p 31, coachmen and hauliers.
Boyle, Mr George, p 42, outfitter of Bideford.
Braunds, p 6. Reference to Bucks Mills and Braunds origins, descr etc.
Broom, Butcher, p 16, butcher.
Burrow Brothers, p 42, outfitting dept.
Daniel, Mr, p 17, of Down Water, pebble hauler.
Durrant, Tom, p 17. Miller at Bocombe.
Dymonds, p 30, coachmen and hauliers.
Easterbrook, Mr, p 30, of Woolsery, farmer and horse keeper.
Elwes, p 7, ref to estate.
Emptage, Dr, p 25, of Bradworthy.
Eveleigh, p 19, maiden name of Mrs Arnold.
Folland, Mr, p 9, schoolmaster.
Friendship, Mr, p 41, eating house keeper, Bideford.
Gregory, Mr, p 44, hay, corn and straw merchant.
Grigg, Mr, p 19, blacksmith, lived to age of 99.
Harding, Frank, p 19, of Melbury waterworks. And bandmaster, p 26.
Heal, Joe, p 19, carpenter.
Hill. Mr, p 10, schoolmaster from 1922.
Hockin, brothers, p 15, builders.
Hockin, Bill, p 15, mason.
Hockin, John, p 35, fisherman of Peppercombe.
Hogg, p 43, chemist of Bideford.
Honey, Butcher, p 16, George Honey, butcher. (and Mort and Donald}.
Horndon, Mr, p 33, huntsman of Stevenstone Hunt.
Horne, Mr, p 39, Conservative, 1906 election.
Hutchings, Mrs, p11, dressmaker.
Jewell, Miss, p 16, shopkeeper.
Jewell, Mr, p 39, county council elections.
Joce, p 43, chemist of Bideford
Judd, postman, p 32.
Kekewich, (Kakewich} p 7, ref to estate
King, Dr, p 34, hunted with Tetcott Hounds.
Kirkwood, Jack, p 39 of Yeo Vale House, county councillor
Light, Mr, p 42, Boyles underwear dept.
Luxton, W H, p 16, travellling grocer. Bob Luxton, stall holder, p 26.
Martin, Mr Fred, p 8, Post office, Parkham, and shoemaker.
Metherell, Stanley (Ginger) p 15. Apprentice to Bill Hockin.
Metherell, Mrs, p 16, shopkeeper.
Neal, Dan, p 30, injury to arm.
Nixon, Mrs, p 34, horsewoman with Stevenstone Hunt.
Northwood, Mr, p 24, with gramophone, from Bideford.
Parr, Mr Charles, p 14, carpenter, and son Mark, p 19.
Parr, Charlie, p 14, grandson of the above.
Paton, Mr James, of Foxdown, p 7, ref to estate and Mrs
Pearce, Bill, p 17, miller Newhaven.
Peard, Mr, p 15, blacksmith at Horns Cross.
Pine Coffin, p 7, ref to estate. Major living at Peppercombe Castle,p 35.
Pope, Mr, p 43, ironmonger of Torrington.
Pridhams, p 30, timber merchants and hauliers.
Rogers, W H, p 7. Of Orleigh Court, paragraph on his sporting life.
Rolle, Hon Mark, p 7, ref to Stevenstone estate
Short, p 25, coachman to Dr Emptage.
Slee, Mr, p 40, auctioneer of Torrington, and Walter.
Smart, Parson, and wife, p 8.
Soares, Mr, p 39, Liberal 1906 election
Squire, Mr Fred, p 16, shoemaker.
Tovey and Underwood, p 43, chemists of Bideford.
Trapnells, p 42, dept store.
Turner, Mr John, p 17, farmer, Northway, Surveyor of Road, RDC.
Wade, Alb, p 36, carrier of Bradworthy
Wilson-Hoare, Mr, p 35, hounds.