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Index to

Further Tappings at Sidbury Gates: Tales from the Twentieth Century

by

Barbara Softly

published in 1998 by

Westcountry Books, Halsgrove House, Lower Moor Way, Tiverton EX16 6SS

ISBN 1 898386 29 3

Index prepared by Celia Strachan, <thomaswaskett[at]gmail[dot]com>

Index Format: Surname, Title if given and First name, Date, House or Place if not Sidbury, Notes, Page Nos

Addleshaw, Miss, 1940s, , , p 73
Agger, Joyce, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Airey, William, 1920, , vicar married to Dorothea Green, p 43
Allen, John Ord, 1971, , vicar, p 28, 70, 79, 87
Taylor, Alwyn, 20 century, , coach proprietor, p 72
Amear, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Anning, Thomas, 19 century, , married Ann, p 39
Annings, James, , , lived at Copplestone farmhouse, p 71
Anstis, Eva, 1920s, , attended village school, p 38
Anstis, Vera, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Anstis, , 1920s, , butchers shop, p 15
Aplin, Donald, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Ashford, Mr, 20 century, , teacher at Alexandra College, p 45
Austen, Jane, 1801, holidayed in Sidmouth, the author, p 9
Babington, Richard, 1630-1644, , vicar who founded dissenting chapel, p 80-81
Baden-Powell, Lord, 20 century, not Sidbury, visited Sidbury Manor, p 47
Baillie, Isobel, 20 century, not Sidbury, famous soprano, p 46
Baker, Jean, 1946, , attended Sidbury School now Mrs Finlayson, p 43
Bannister, Alice Gilbert, 19 century, , married Mr Cheek and died 1825, p 73
Bannister, Robert, 18 century, Antigua, father of Alice, p 73
Barden, Edward, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Barden, George, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Baring-Gould, Sabine, , unknown, a cleric, p 85
Barrett, Nina, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Barton, Richard, 20 century, , head gardener at the Manor died 1939, p 46, 47, 50
Bayley, Alice, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Bayley, Flora Bower, mid 1880s, , wife of William, p 21, 22
Bayley, William Rutter, mid 1880s, , Justice of the Peace, p 21, 22
Bennet, Thomas, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Berry, Samuel, 19th century, ,a labourer, p 18
Bishop, Mary, 1761-1853, , wife of William Evans Bishop, p 84
Bishop, Reverend Williams Evans, 1758-1837, , reorganised Non Conformist chapel, p 81, 83-4
Blackmore, Sydney, 20 century, , raised a loan to have main street surfaced, p 49
Blackmore, W D, 1923, , enabled installation of electricity to the village, p 64
Blakiston, Reverend, 20 century, , vicar, p 50
Bourne, John Frye, 1912-1991, , artist and owner of Rosehill, p 9-13
Bourne, Mr, 1930s, , in church choir and blacksmith, p 51
Bowman, Alfred, early 20 century, , temporary priest in charge, p 51, 52
Bradford, Lily, 1930, , in Choral Society, p 76
Broom, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Broom, Annie, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Brown, Mr, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Brown, Robert, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Buckingham, Miss, 1930s, , in Choral Society, p 76
Bumpus, J. G., 1940s, , well-known bookseller, p28
Burden, Mary, 1940s, , wife of Theo, p 74
Burden, Reverend Theo, 1940s, from Uganda , curate and son of vicar, p 73-74
Burgoin, Miss, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Burrough, Mr H, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Burrough, Robert, 19th century, ,a labourer, p 18
Burrough, Walter, 20 century, , , p 72
Burroughs, Fanny, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Burroughs, Susan, 20 century, , village postmistress and married Mr Pearson, p 37
Butt, Mr, 20 century, , thatcher, p 71
Cardew, John Haydon, 1813, Salcombe, vicar, p 23
Carnegie, Andrew, 1905, America, donated half cost of new organ for Chapel, p 82
Carrington, William Henry, 1801, , vicar, p 4
Carslake, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Carslake, Rachel, 19 century, , married Henry Hamblin, p 69
Carslake, Richard, 17 century, , nonconformist and had a son called Richard, p 32
Cave, Daniel, 1860, , open village school, p 38
Cave, Edward, 20 century, , Scoutmaster and later became Sir, p 47- 48, 50, 56, 73,75
Cave, Lady Edith Harriet, 1835-1912, , wife of Sir Charles David Cave, p 25, 52, 66
Cave, Sir Charles Henry, died 1932, , lord of Sidbury manor, p 27, 43, 52, 82
Cave, Victor, 20 century, , , p 73
Cawley, Susanna, 1772, , married David Maeer she died 1835, p 65
Cheek, Mr, 19 century, , married Alice Bannister, p 73
Chick, Elijah, 19 century, , Methodist & miller & later violin teacher at Exeter, p 63
Chick, Samuel, 19 century, , mill owner and father of Elijah p 63
Chipperfield, Stanley, 1920s?, , organist and choirmaster at Sidbury, p 53, 67
Chown, Robert, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Churchill, Percy, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Clarke, , Mary Ann, 19th century, ,wife of William, p 17
Clarke, Christopher, 19th century, , son of William, p 17
Clarke, Eliza Sarah, 1867, , diarist and daughter of William, p 16, 21, 25-26, 31, 35, 36, 58, 59, 69, 70, 83, 87
Clarke, George, 19 century, , market gardener Sidmouth and brother of William, p 58
Clarke, Henry, 19 century, , died young and brother of William, p 58
Clarke, Jem, 19th century, , son of William, p 17, 36
Clarke, John, 19th century, ,son of Rebecca, p 18
Clarke, John,19 century, , blacksmith and brother of William Clarke, p 57
Clarke, Kenneth, 1948, , bellringer and descendant of Robert Clarke, p 57
Clarke, Miss, 1930s, , in Operatic Society and won croquet competition, p 53, 54
Clarke, Muriel, 20 century, , schoolgirl then married Mr Fitzgerald, p 43, 44, 45
Clarke, Philip, 19 century, , died young and brother of William, p 58
Clarke, Polly, 19 century, , sister of Eliza, p 83
Clarke, Rebecca, 19th century, ,grandmother to Eliza, p 18
Clarke, Robert, 19 century, , farmer Salcombe Regis and brother of William, p 57, 58
Clarke, Robert, 19th century, , son of William, p 17
Clarke, Rose, 1867, , daughter of John Clarke, p 21
Clarke, Thomas, 19th century, , son of William, p17
Clarke, Thomas, born c1818, , market gardener and brother of William, p 58
Clarke, Walter, 19th century, ,son of William, p 17, 31, 36
Clarke, William, 19th century, , of Plyford Farm and father of six children, p 17, 58
Clay, Dick, 20 century, , carpenter, p 71
Clay, James, 20 century, , estate gamekeeper, p 72
Clode, Annie, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Cobbs, Bill, late 19 century, , roadman cleaned out the ditches, p 70
Cockburn, William, early 1800s, , Dean of York, p 19
Cole, George, 1888, , took over Sidbury watermills father of William, p 60, 64
Cole, George, 1925, , succeeded his father George and ran the mill until 1970, p 62
Cole, Jack, 20 century, , worked at mill, p 72
Cole, this surname also appears in Salcombe Regis and Ottery St Mary, p 60
Cole, William, 1301, , mentioned in Exeter Cathedral records, p 60
Cole, William, 19 century, , son of George, p 60
Coleridge, Lord, 1920s?, , lent his wig and gown to Operatic Society, p 53
Coles, Miss, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Comyns, George Thomas, 1864-97, , vicar, p 25
Comyns, Harriet 1867, , wife of George Comyns, p 25
Connet, Mrs, 1920s, , p 15
Coppleston, L-, 1830s, Wales, Bishop of Llandaff, p 82
Cordy, Jack, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Cotty, Rebecca, 19 century, Withecombe Rawleigh, wife of Eliza Clarke's grandfather, p 59
Cox, Mr, 20 century, , note made by Rev Spray, p 83
Cox, Samuel, 1813, , a builder, p 23
Crick, B.P. and B.J., 1950, directors of Sidbury House Hotel, p 26
Cummings, Edward Manley, 19 century, Wales, father of William H Cummings, p 82
Cummings, William Hayman, b 1831, , became Principal of Guildhall School of Music, p 82
Cummins, Ethel, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Daniell, Richard, 19 century, , in Napoleonic Wars emigrated to South Africa, p 31
Dare, William, 1850s, , miller, p19
Darke, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Darke, Annie, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Darke, William Rolle, 1813-21, , chairmaker, p 29
De la Pynne, William, 1301, , mentioned in Exeter Cathedral records (see Pinn), p 60
Denner, Mr, 1948, , captain of the Sidbury Bells, p 57
Doble, Bessie, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Duncombe, Sarah, 19 century, , attended village school, p 37
Dunford, Edith, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Dunsford, Miss, 1920's, , won croquet competition, p 53
Ebdon, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Ebdon, James, 19 century, , apprentice miller and husband of Ann Palfrey, p 63
Ebdon, John, 1788, , baptised at Independent Chapel & father of James, p 63
Ebdon, Sarah, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Edwards, Mr, 1950s, , owner of Rosehill, p 9
Elliott, Fred, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
England, Miss, 20 century, , teacher at Alexandra College, p 45
Evans, Dr, 20 century, , doctor, p 42
Evans, John, 20 century, , son of Dr Evans, p 42
Evans, Mrs, 1930s, , in Choral Society, p 76
Eveleigh, Dudley, 20th century, , , p 12
Farrant, Frances, 1820, , first child baptised in new Meeting House, p 82
Farrant, James, 19 century, , brother to Walter, p 29
Farrant, Julia, 19 century, , sister to Walter, p 29
Farrant, Mary Anne, 19 century, , mother of Walter, p 29
Farrant, Robert, 19 century, , father of Walter, p 29
Farrant, Walter, 1853-1915, Sidbury & London, worked for Lloyds, p 29, 30
Fellowes, Henry Dorset, 1813-1864, , vicar, p 22-25, 79
Fellowes, Marion, 1867, , daughter of Henry Fellowes, p 25
Fleas, Flays, or Fleays, , 17-18th century, family who lived in Flea's Tenement, p 13
Ford, John, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Fordham, Mr, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Fowler, Arch, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Froom, , 1920s, , bakers shop, p 15
Froome, Daphne, 20 century, , daughter of William, p 14, 15, 43, 46
Froome, Mamie, 20 century, , daughter of William, p 14, 15, 42, 43, 47, 71
Froome, William, 1922, , estate land agent, p 14, 15, 16, 48, 55, 57, 75
Fry, Sarah, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Gale, John, 19th century, , yeoman and son of William Gale senior, p 13
Gale, Miss, 1920s?, , Sidford schoolmistress and in Operatic Society, p 54
Gale, William, 19th century, , draper at Sidmouth and son of William Gale, p 13
Gale. William, early 1800s, Crockernwell , husband of Mary Hayman, p13
Gaut, Dorothy, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Green, Dorothea, 1920, , married Rev W Airey, p 43
Ham, Rosie, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Hamlin, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Hamlin, Augusta, 19 century, , child of Henry and Rachel, p 70
Hamlin, George, 19-20 century, , son of Henry and Rachel, p 70
Hamlin, George, 1907-1983, , son of George, p 70, 71
Hamlin, Harry, 19 century, , son of Henry and Rachel, p 70
Hamlin, Helena, 19 century, , eldest child of Henry and Rachel, p 69, 83
Hamlin, Henry, 19 century, , strict Nonconformist - farmer, p15, 63 - 70
Hamlin, Hugh, 19 century, , son of Henry and Rachel, p 70
Hamlin, Hulda Gertrude, 19 century, , daughter of Henry and Rachel, p 70
Hamlin, Joseph, early 19 century, Farringdon, moved to Sidbury father of Henry, p 68
Hamlin, Trooper, 1820, , guarded coffin of the Duke of Kent, p 55
Harris, Doris, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Harris, Mr, 1935, , the Estate woodman, p 56, 71
Hartnell, Arthur, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Harvey, Bill, 20th century, , , p 12
Hawkes, Vera, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Hawkins, George, 1850s, , miller, p19
Hayman, , 19 century, , village bakery and some of the family lived at Gittisham, p 33
Hayman, James, 1865, , donated an organ for the Chapel, p 82
Hayman, Julia, 19 century, , wife of Edward Manley Cummings, p 82
Hayman, Mary, early 1800s, , wife of William Gale, p 13
Hayman, William, 18 century, , father of Julia, p 82
Headington, Mr, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Higgs, Lilian, 1925-39, , leased Mead from Sir C Cave, p 27-28
Hill, Betty, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Hingstone, John, 19 century, , watermill owner, p 63
Hood, Peter, 20 century, , , p 73
Hooper, , 1569, ,one member of this family on the Muster Roll, p 65
Hooper, Bert, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Hooper, Florence, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Hooper, Rebecca, 19th century, ,a washerwoman, p 18
Horn, Emily, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Hornden, David, 1813, Bidon, vicar, p 23
Hoskins, Miss, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Houghton, Mr, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Houghton, P, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Howe, Alice, 17 century, , married Richard Carslake, p 32
Hull, Bill, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Hull, Ernest, 20 century, , head carter and son of George, p 71, 72
Hull, George, 19 century, , blacksmith and father of Ernest, p 72
Hull, Jabez, 19 century, Dorset, father of George, p 72
Hull, Susan, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Hunt, Robert, early 1800s, , bought most of the Manor property, p 62
Hutching, , , , name of a local family, p 33
Ibbeden, William, 1301, , mentioned in Exeter Cathedral records, p 60
Irish, Harold, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Irish, Lily, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Isake, Nicholas, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Jenkins, William, 1813, Sidmouth, vicar, p 23
Jones, Hughe, , , his ancestors founded a small chantry, p 36
Jons, F.T., 1841, not Sidbury, painted portrait of R. Daniell in South Africa, p 32
Joyce, , 1939-45, , corporal in Home Guard, p 73
Kent, Duke of, 1820, not Sidbury, barricades prevented coffin leaving the area, p 55
Kentisbeare, , 1569, ,one member of this family on the Muster Roll, p 65
Kerslake, H, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
King, Arthur, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
King, Derek, 20 century, , great grandson of Richard, p 59
King, James, 19 century, , born in topsham and father of Richard, p 59
King, Richard, 19 century, , married Alice Vincent, p 59
King, Tom, 20 century, , brother of Derek and awarded MBE, p 60
Knight, H.W., 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Knight, Mr, 1920s, , headmaster of village school, p 38
Lane, Jo, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Lane, Vera, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Langdon, Edward, 1876, , bought the bakery, p 33
Langdon, Ned, 20 century, , son of Edward Langdon delivered the bread, p 33, 34
Langdon, Walter,1898, , attended village school, p 37
Lashbrook, Winnie, 1940s, unknown, performed in Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Lavers, Mr, 1948, , present when the church bells were re-hung, p 57
le Page, Ethel, 20 century, , sister of Florence, p 44
le Page, Florence, 20 century, , headmistress of Alexandra College, p 43, 44
le Page, Winifred, 20 century, , sister of Florence, p 44
Leat, Anne, 1867, , helped Eliza Clarke with the family laundry, p 17
Lee, George, 20 century, , attended Chapel for 56 years and played the organ, p 83
Lee, James, 1813, , a builder, p 23
Legg, Charlie, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Leofric, Bishop, 1046, Exeter, first bishop who built many churches, p 79
Levett, Mrs, 1860s, , cook at Cotford House, p 21
Levett, Tom, 1867, , , p 21
Lockyer, Eileen, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Lockyer, Mr, 20 century, , ran a lorry business and a pub, p 48
Lockyer, Norman, 20 century, unknown, wrote a book on stone circles, p 85
Logge, , 1569, ,one member of this family on the Muster Roll, p 65
Mackie, Mr, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Maeer, , , , name of a local family, p 33
Maeer, Bill, 1930, , wife was Florence Taylor he died 1997, p 65- 67, 71
Maeer, David, 1772, , married Susanna Cawley occupation husbandman, p 65
Maeer, Honor, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Maeers, , early 1500, Salcombe Regis, spelling variants Mare Mayer Mear, p 65
Marion, Mr, 1929, , teacher at Sidbury School, p 41
Matthews, Dick, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
McLeod, Dennis, 1940s, unknown, performed in Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Meare, Stephen, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Mears, , 1569, ,two members of this family on the Muster Roll as pikemen, p 65
Melhuish, Bert, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Mitchell, Alan, 20 century, unknown, well known tree expert, p 46
Mitchell, Mr, 1948, , of Sidbury Manor Works, p 57, 71
Mitten, Elizabeth, 17631844, , sister of Mary Bishop, p 84
Mole, Herbert, 1940s, unknown, master magician in the Nightlights, p 76
Mole, Jay, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Molesworth, John, 20 century, , , p 73
Molesworth, Mark, 20 century, , , p 73
Mullins, Miss, 20 century, , teacher at Alexandra College, p 45
Mutters, Clara, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Mutters, Ray, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Nash, Heddle, 20 century, not Sidbury, famous tenor, p 46
Naylor, Sarah, 18 century, , married Richard Pinn, p 60
Newbery, Reverend Frederick, 1940s, from Canada, vicar and married, p 73, 76
Newman, Mr, 19 century, , master mason, p 84
Nichols, Mr, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Norris, Edward, 20 century, , , p 73
Nossiter, Mary, see Pearce
Olay (Clay?), Mr W, 1948, , present when the church bells were re-hung, p 57
Page, Sarah, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Paget, Lady, start of World War II, Leningrad, at the British Embassy p 73
Palfrey, Alfred, 19 century, , son of James and Ann, p 63
Palfrey, Ann, 19 century, , daughter of James and Ann, p 63
Palfrey, Ann, 19 century, , married James Ebdon they moved to Bath, p 63
Palfrey, Francis, 19 century, , son of James and Ann, p 63
Parsons, , 1569, ,one member of this family on the Muster Roll, p 65
Parsons, Charles, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Parsons, Robert, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Parsons, Simon, 1649-1693, , vicar, p 3
Payne, George, 20 century, , , p 72
Pearce alias Nossiter, Mary, 18 century, , wife of Richard Pinn, p 60
Pearce, Stella, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Pearson, Mrs, 20 century, , postmistress, p 71
Perry, Albert, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Perry, Doris, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Perry, Dorothy, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Perry, Maurice, 20 century, , , p 73
Phelps, Frances Jane, 19 century, , had two nieces Lizzie and Catherine, p 31, 32
Pidgen, Robert, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Pidgeon, , 1569, ,three members of this family on the Muster Roll as pikemen, p 65
Pidgeon. Meta, 1920s, , shopkeeper, p 15, 71
Pigeon, Edith, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Pike Bob, 20 century, , played the cornet, p 72
Pike, Lloyd, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41, 67
Pike, Walter, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Pine, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Pinn, Charles, 20 century, , looked after steam engine in Manor yard, p 72
Pinn, Edward, 1930, , singer in Choral Society, p 75
Pinn, George, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Pinn, Graham, 20 century, Australia, descendant of Richard Pinn, p 60
Pinn, Henry, 18 century, , carpenter and son of Richard, p 60
Pinn, J and R, 1587, , inscription on a plaque, p 60
Pinn, Jane, 20 century, , wife of Peter Sparkes, p 86
Pinn, John, 18 century, , son of Richard and Sarah married Selina Seal, p 60
Pinn, Richard, 18 century, , carpenter and married Mary Pearce, p 60
Pinn, Richard, 18 century, , carpenter and son of Richard married Sarah Naylor, p 60
Pinn, Thomas Naylor, 19 century, , carpenter son of Richard and Sarah, p 60
Pinn, William, 18 century, , carpenter and son of Richard, p 60
Pizzey, Reverend E, 1930s, , in Choral Society, p 76
Pope, Anne, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
Pope, Edward, 19th century, , a sawyer, p 18
Pope, Fred, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Pope, Susan, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Pope, Tom, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Potbury, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Prendergast James Annesley, 1901-39, , vicar, p 28, 39, 50-55, 57, 64, 73
Prendergast, Ellis Emma, 1901-39, , wife of James, p 28, 50, 51, 53, 54
Prewer, Alice, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Pullen, Dr, 20 century, Sidmouth, local doctor, p 34
Putt, Reverend Tom, 1700s, Gittesham, discovered Tom Putt apple, p 85
Randall, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Randell, Mary Ann, 19 century, , wife of William Randell, p 63
Randell, William, 1837, , prosperous mill owner emigrated to Australia, p 62
Raymond, Richard, 18 century, , shared watermill tenancy with W. Westcott, p 62
Read, William, 19 century, , master miller and son of William, p 63
Read, William, 19 century, , watermill owner father of William, p 63
Records, Emma, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Rice, Betty, 20 century, unknown, married to Gordon
Rice, Gordon, 1940s, unknown, pianist in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Richards, Annie, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Richards, Evelyn, 20 cent, , g-daughter of J. Richards now Mrs Sherwill, p 38, 39, 43
Richards, John, died 1927, , married Ellen who also died in 1927, p 38
Richards, Lloyd, 20 century, Leatherhead, nephew of Ned Langdon, p 33, 75
Richards, Miss, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Richards, Mr, 1930, , in church choir, p 51, 75
Richards, Olive, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Ridd, Winnie, 1927, , attended Sidbury School, p 40
Ruttley, Miss, 20 century, , played piano for Choral Society, p 75
Salis, Emma, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Saunders, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Saunders, Ann, 1844, , died was wife of Thomas, p 84
Saunders, Thomas, 1844, , died was miller, p 84
Schofield, Mary, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Scott, Reverend John, mid 1800s, , minister of chapel, p 81-82
Seal, Selina, 18 century, , married John Pinn, p 60
Searell, Thomas, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Searle, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Searle, Edward, 17th century, , p 19
Searle, Thomas, 17th century, , p 19
Selleck, Marjorie, 1940s, unknown, performed in Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Sellers, John, 19th century, , a Royal Marine, p 18
Seward, Reverend, 1700s, , Non-conformist minister who became Unitarian, p 81
Sewards, , 1920s, , general store, p 15, 67
Sherwill, Bill, 20 century, Sidmouth, bus conductor, p 40
Skinner, Dick, 20 century, , had excellent singing voice, p 72
Skinner, Frank, 1920s?, , in church choir, p 51
Skinner, Fred, 20 cent, , in church choir and later Constable at Court Leet, p 61, p 51
Slade, , 20 century, , daughter of James Slade, had son Lloyd Richards, p 33
Slade, Harry, 1948, , present when the church bells were re-hung, p 57
Slade, Lillian, 20 century, , daughter of James Slade married Ned Langdon, p 33
Snell, Gerald, 20 century, , , p 73
Southwood, Arthur, 20 century, , , p 73
Sowden, Miss, 20 century, , matron at Alexandra College, p 44
Sparkes, Peter, 20 century, Branscombe, husband of Jane Pinn, p 86
Spray, Reverend Burt, 1903-1919, , vicar, p 80-84, 87
Stenno, Miss, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Stevens, Mrs, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Stone, Isaac, 18-19 century, , father of James, p 31
Stone, Lt James, 19 century, , fought in Napoleonic Wars in Royal Navy, p 31
Strawbridge, M., 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Summers, Fred, 1948, , present when the church bells were re-hung, p 57
Summers, Gwen, 1927, , attended Sidbury School and taught there, p 40, 42
Summers, Tom, 1929, , attended Sidbury School, p 41
Tanner, William, 1545, , vicar, p 22
Taylor, Alwyn, 20 century, , blacksmith and carriage proprietor, p 50
Taylor, Bob, 20 century, , friend of Bill Maeer, p 67
Taylor, Ernest, 20 century, , worked for Manor - life history is described, p 57, 61, 67
Taylor, Florence, 1930, Wales, between-maid at the Manor married Maeer, p 65 - 67
Taylor, Fred, 1930s, , in church choir, p 51
Taylor, Henry, 1945-60, , vicar and married with 2 children, p 26, 28, 77-79, 85-87
Terrell, , 1569, ,one member of this family on the Muster Roll, p 65
Thornton, , 20 century, , of Parish Church Council, p 75
Toby, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Toby, William, 1850s, , miller, p19
Tooze, Clifford, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Tooze, Mr, 20 century, , ran chemist's shop and in Home Guard, p 75,
Tucker, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Tucker, John, 19 century, , mill owner, p 63
Tucker, Thomas, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Turner, Sir William, 17 century, Exeter?, had two sons William and John, p 32
Turner, W, 1930s, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Vanstone, Reg, 20th century, , , p 13
Vicary, , , , , name of a local family, p 33
Vincent, Alice, 19 century, , married Richard King, p 59
Vincent, Annie, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Vowles, Mr, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Walters, Maria, 1867, , friend of Eliza Clarke, p 21
Ward, Mr, 1935, , the lay reader, p 55
Warren, Nicholas, 1569, , listed as presenter on the Muster Roll, p 65
Waterman, Lionel, 20 century, , , p 73
Watts, Harry, 1870, , childhood in Sidbury became deacon in London, p 83
Watts, Maria, 20 century, , eighty year old midwife, p 67
Watts, William, 19 century, , master tailor and father of Harry, p 83
Way, Arthur, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Webber, Miss, 1920s?, , in Operatic Society, p 54
Webber, Reggie, 1898, , attended village school, p 37
Webster, Frank, 1930, , in Choral Society, p 76
Webster, Miss, 20 century, , teacher at Alexandra College, p 45
Weekes, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Weekes, Henry, , , husband of Sarah father of James, p82
Weekes, James, 1780, , baptised in Chapel buried 1833 in Jamaica, p 82
Weekes, Sarah, , , wife of Henry, p 82
Weeks, John, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Weeks, Ted, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Wellsman, Kate, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Welsman, John, 19th century, ,a chairmaker, p 18
Welsman, Arthur, 19th century, tenant of John Wheeker, p 18
West, Hannah, 1767, , in Chapel baptismal record father was Richard, p 82
West, Richard, 1767, , father of Hannah, p 82
Westcott, Samuel, 1795, , son of William ran the watermill, p 62
Westcott, William, 18 century, , father of William shared watermill tenancy, p 62
Wheaton, , , , name occurring in Chapel records, p 82
Wheeker, John, 1836, , carpenter who owned 8 tenements, p 18
Wheeker, Martha, 19th century, , second wife of John, p 18
White, Arthur, 1940s, unknown, performed in The Nightlights Concert Parties, p 76
Wilcocks, , 17 century, Exeter, barber shop, p 32
Witton-Wootton, Miss, 20 century, , matron at Alexandra College, p 44
Wood, Ellen, 1887, , belonged to the Girls Friendly Society, p 22
Woodley, Mr, 1948, , represented the Devon Ringers' guild, p 57
Woolf, Rafael, 1939, , , p 28
Wordsworth, Eva A., 1925-36 , leased Mead from Sir C Cave, p 27-28
Young, Miss, 20 century, , governess, p 42