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Index to

Within The Bounds: Sidbury Parish Past and Present

by

Barbara Softly

published in 1998 by

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

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

Abell, John, , , husband of Mary Warren and father of Mary, p 12
Abell, Mary, died 1855, , daughter of John Abell, p 12, 26
Airy, W and D, , , inscription on the Treble Bell in the church, p 30
Aldhelm, , died 709, Sherborne, Bishop, p 6
Allen, John, 1989, , retired as vicar, p 26
at Knolle, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 10
at Legh, Nicholas, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 10
Atleigh, Anna, 1665, , benefactor and supported Calvanistic Chapel, p 23
Babington, Richard, died 1682, , vicar who founded dissenters meeting house, p 14, 20, 23
Ball, Eliza, 1870s, , wife of James Page, p 29
Barton, Richard, late 19 century, , head gardener to the Manor House, p 28
Bastone, Anne, 1830s, , wife of John Musgrove, p 29
Bayley, William Rutter, 1847, Cotford House, demolished house and rebuilt nearby, p 19
Beare, Mary Ann Elliott, 1837, , wife of William Randall, p 29
Beaumont, , 1549, , name of an early charity, p 23
Berry, Ellis, 1809, , listed as corporal in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Bishop, Evans, 1811, , pastor of the Independent Chapel for nearly 20 years, p 20, 21
Blampin, James, 1809, , listed as drummer in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Blampin, James, 1830s, , emigrated to America with wife Mary, p 29
Board, William Edward, 1867, not Sidbury, husband of Sarah Searle, p 29
Bowman, Reverend, 1901, , minister in charge, p 23
Broom, Amos, 1828, , complaint about this gamekeeper, p 18
Bulley, Sgt. John, 1915, , died of wounds in First World War of 2nd Devons, p 24
Burrough, James, 1852, , emigrated to America, p 29
Burrough, John, 1857, , emigrated to America, p 29
Burrough, Thomas Hardy, 1852, , emigrated to America, p 29
Burrows, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Capron, , late 1880s, Plyford Farm, village location known as Mother Capron's Bottom , p 20
Capron, Catherine, 1852, , wife of Thomas Burrough, p 29
Carpenter, Caroline, 1870s, , wife of George Page, p 29
Carslake, Richard, 17 century , , nonconformist, p 25
Cave, C.D., 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Cave, Daniel, 1899, Sidbury Manor, , p 5
Cave, Sir Charles H., 1924, , donated village hall, p 27
Cave, Sir Stephen, 1880, provided funding for a Bible woman and a scripture reader, p 23
Cave, Stephen, 1870s, , co-funded building of Sidford church, p 19
Cave, W., 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Chick, Elijah, 19 century, , miller who moved to Exeter to teach violin, p 19
Clake, James, before 1840, , removed hedgerows to make bigger fields, p 12
Clapp, Thomas, 1633, , emigrated to Dorchester, Mass, America, p 29
Clarke, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Clode, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Clode, James, 1809, , listed as sergeant in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Cole, , 1888, miller family who lived in the village for nearly a century, p 19
Colles, Richard, 1663, , inscription on the Fifth Bell in the church, p 30
Combes, Mr, 1862, enlisted with Devon Constabulary, p 24
Comyns, George, 1870s, , vicar of Sidbury and co-funded building of Sidford church, p 19, 27
Comyns, Reverend George, late 19 century, , vicar, p 23
Courteney, Revd H., , , compiled a list of churchwardens on a board, p 27
Cox, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Cox, John Windsor, 1860s, , emigrated to Canada, p 29
Crooms, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Cudmore, Sidney, , died in First World War in King's Royal Rifles, p 24
Daniell, Richard, 1820, , emigrated to South Africa after serving in Royal Navy, p 18, 29
Daniell, William Westcott, early 1800s, Court Hall, older brother of Richard, p 18
Darke, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Darke, William Rolle, early 19 century, , , p 26
Davey, 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Davey, Margota, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Davye, John, 1662, , church warden as inscribed on the Fourth Bell in the church, p 30
de Buccadon, Walter, 14 century, , juror, p 9
de Lincumbe, John, 14 century, , juror, p 9
de Lincumbe, William, 14 century, , juror, p 9
de Ybbedon, John, 14 century, , juror, p 9
Dimond, J., 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 23, 27
Dimond, R., 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 23, 27
Ebdon, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Edward, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Edwards, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 10
Elliot, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Ellis, Headon, , 1663, , inscription on the Fifth Bell in the church, p 30
Evans, Dr, 1920s and 1930s, , local doctor, p 25
Farthing, George, 1776, , Ch. Warden inscribed on Eight Bell in church, p 30
Fellowes, Henry, 1817, , vicar refused to let his family live in ancient vicarage, p 18, 26
French, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Froome, Williams, 1922, , estate land agent, p 25, 28
Fursedon, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Gale, John, , Little Ridgeway farm, tenant of farm 1817-1843, p 12
Gale, William, 19 century, Rose Cottage, founder of Fields draper in Sidmouth, p 12, 25
Gaut, Percy, , , , died in First World War in 12th Royal Sussex, p 24
Godbeer, Robert, 1860, , built the village bier, p 24
Grant, John, 1840s, , surveyor and land agent commented on hedgerows, p 12
Grymes, Margaret, 17 century?, , wife of Oliver Whiddon, p 14
Gyes, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Gyes, William, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Hamlin, , , , family who lived in Barnards Farm, p 26, 27
Hartnell, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Harvey, Bill, 1998, , church fund raiser, p 14
Hayman, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Hayman, Emma, early 20 century?, , ran a lace and grocery shop, p 26
Hayman, Mary, early 20 century?, , ran a lace and grocery shop, p 26
Hayman, Thomas, 1840s, , neighbour of Thomas Moore, p 25
Heyward, Ellen Rhoda, 1870s, , wife of William Twose, p 29
Heyward, James, 1853, , emigrated to Australia and in 1855 to New Zealand, p 29
Heyward, Samuel Richard, 1861, , emigrated to New Zealand, p 29
Heyward, William, 1861, , emigrated to New Zealand, p 29
Hingston, John, 19 century, , miller, p 19
Hodgkinson, Ann, 1830s, , wife of Robert Manley, p 29
Horn, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Horndon, Maria, 1858, , gave endowment to Sidbury School, p 23
Huish, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Hunt, Robert, 1825 - 1842, , lord of the manor, p 5
Hutchings, Julia, 1870s, , emigrated to America, p 29
Hutchinson, Peter Orlando, 1848-1894, Sidmouth, writer about the locality, 7
Huysh, Francis, 18-19 century, Clyst Hydon, Rector of Clyst Hydon, p 14, 18
Huyshe, Deborah, 1673, Sand House, celebrated Golden Wedding with husband James, p 18
Huyshe, James, 1673, Sand House, celebrated Golden Wedding with wife Deborah, p 18
Huyshe, Pat, 1990s, Sand House, Lt. Col, p 18
Hvyshe, Iames, 1712, , "Iames Hvyshe Conent Gent / Wardens 1712 TW" inscription, p 30
Ippedon, Robert, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Irish, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Isaac, Anthony, 1638, , name of an early charity, p 23
Jenkins, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Jenkins, Revd William, 1752, , churchwarden as inscribed on the Sixth Bell in the church, p 30
Kidd, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
King, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Lang, , 1882, , the steward who dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Langdon, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Lee, John, 1989, , vicar, p 26
Leofric, , 1060, Exeter, first Bishop, p 6
Lippincott, Bartholomew, 1658, , emigrated to America, p 29
Maeer, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Manley, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Manley, Edward, 1860, , left money in his will for the poor, p 23
Manley, Robert, 1830s, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Miller, Thomas, 1809, , listed as corporal in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Milles, Jeremiah, 1754, Exeter, Dean and author of Ye Parochial History, p 7
Moore, Thomas, 1840s, , poulterer and lived in Moore Hall, p 25
Moore, William, before 1840, , removed hedgerows to make bigger fields, p 12
Morshead, Anderson, 1899, Salcombe Regis, freeman of the Manor, p 5
Musgrove, John, 1830s, , , emigrated to Canada, p 29
Mynhurst, Nicholas, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Newlande, Thomas, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 10
Norsworthy, John, 1856, , emigrated to Australia with wife Ann, p 29
Nossiter, Thomas, 1677, emigrated to America, p 29
Nossitor, Thos, 1776, , Ch. Warden inscribed on Eight Bell in church, p 30
Owen, Nelson, 20 century, , now grows the Tom Putt apple, p 12
Page, George, 1870s, , emigrated to New Zealand, p 29
Page, James Frederick, 1870s, , emigrated to New Zealand, p 29
Page, John, 1856, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Page, John, 1856, , went to Australia, p 24
Page, Stephen Deem, 1850s, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Palmer, Mr and Mrs Gerald, , , donated second board listing churchwardens, p 27
Parsons, Henry, died 1650, , son of Robert, p 14
Pearce, John, 1824, , built a house, p 26
Pearce, Martha, 1850s, , wife of Stephen Page, p 29
Phillips, Robert, 1915, , killed in First World War of 2nd Devons, p 24
Picton, Reverend, late 19 century, , assistant priest, p 23
Pidgeon, John, 1665, Venn Ottery, leased land from charity trustees, p 23
Pile, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Pinn, Alfred, 1850s, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Pinn, Paul, 1850s, , emigrated to Australia , p 29
Pinn, Philip Peter, 1850s, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Pinn, Selina, 1850's, , ran the Sidbury lace school, p 24
Playford, William, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Pleyford, Richard, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Potbury, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Potbury, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Prendergast, Ellis, 20 century, , vicar's wife, p 22, 28
Prendergast, Reverend, 20 century, , vicar, p 22, 24
Putt, Tom, late 1700s, Gittisham, Reverend raised the Tom Putt apple, p 12
Pygeon, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Pym, Roger, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Pyn, Isaac, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Pynne, William, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Ramsden, , about 1950's, Honiton, Lt. Col. in correspondence with H. Taylor, p 8
Randall, William Beavis, 1837, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Randell, William, 19 century, , miller who emigrated to Australia, p 19
Rawlyn, Sir Thomas, 1387, , vicar, p 10
Raymond, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Raymond, William, 1728, , churchwarden, p 14
Read, William, 19 century, , miller, p 19
Reynolds, Stephen, 20 century, not Sidbury, author of 'a Poor Man's House', p 22
Rode, Roger, 14 century, , p 9
Rogers, John William, 1870s, not Sidbury, husband of Julia Hutchings, p 29
Roseleigh, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Rowland, Michael, , Colyton, restored the village bier, p 24
Saunders, Mary Ann, 1869, , wife of Herman Vicary, p 29
Scott, John, 1830s, , pastor of Independent Chapel, p 20
Searle, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Searle, Sarah, 1863, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Searlele, Hercules, 1662, , churchwarden as inscribed on the Fourth Bell in the church, p 30
Sleech, Rev John, 1776, , vicar, p 30
Smyth, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Snell, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Solman, Robert, 1841, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Solomon, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Staples, Timothy, 1637, , benefactor, p 23
Stephen, , 14 century, , vicar, p 10
Stephens, John, 1990s, , with wife Judith is present owner of Sidbury mill,p 19
Stephens, Judith, 1990s, with husband is present owner of Sidbury mill, p 19
Stoke, Simon, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Stone, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Stone, John, 1809, , listed as sergeant in Militia Muster Book, p 21
Stone, John, died 1617, , freemason, p 14
Swete, John, 19 century?, , quote from the diary of the Reverend, p 14
Taylor, Henry, 1945-1960, , vicar, p 7, 26
Tremayle, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Tril, William, 1150, Buckadon, exchanged his lease for another in Haccombe, p 9
Twose, William Abel, 1870s, , emigrated to New Zealand, p 29
Undercliff, Nicholas, , , paid a fine, p 15
Valentyn, John, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Vanstone, Reg, 1957, , village builder, p 14
Vicary, Herman, 1869, , emigrated to Australia, p 29
Walronde, Thomas, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Walshe, Robert, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Walter, Dom, 1301, , vicar, p 9
Waltham, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Waroll, John, 1424, , paid a fine, p 15
Warren, Mary, died 1821, , daughter of Nicholas and wife of John Abell, p 12
Warren, Nicholas, died 1760, Ridgeway Farm, churchwarden and father of Mary, p 12, 13, 15
Warrey, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Webber, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Webber, Reginald, , , died in First World War in 12th Royal Sussex, p 24
Welsman, , 1809, , listed as private in Militia Muster Book, p 21
West, John, 1752, , churchwarden as inscribed on the Sixth Bell in the church, p 30
Westcott, Samuel, 1795, , miller whose mill was partly destroyed by fire, p 19
Whiddon, Oliver, 17 century?, , husband of Margaret Grymes, p 14
White, , 1882, , dined at the New Manor House, p 27
Willink, Simon, 1989, , assistance priest, p 26
Wood, Mabel Anne, died 1822, , first person to be buried in new cemetery, p 19
Woolcott, John, 1728, , churchwarden, p 14
Wrenford, Reverend, late 19 century, , assistant priest, p 23
Wylles, John, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11
Yppecras, Alicia, 16 century, , on a list of names in a document, p 11