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Name Index

To

Early days in South Molton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 26, (1894). illus. pp.122-132.

by

R.N. Worth

Prepared by Michael Steer

South Molton originated in early Saxon times, the area being occupied from about 650AD. The Domesday Book (1086) showed the settlement to be of some importance with 4 priests recorded. The town originated around the church and in the Middle Ages a square was laid out as a new market place. Gilbert de Turberville created the borough in about 1150. There exist two Royal Borough Charters, one granted by Elizabeth I in 1590 and the second by Charles II in 1684. These are commemorated each year with an Olde English Fair. 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 University of Michigan Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Alwiz 124
Alwold 124
B  
Balle, Robertus 127-8
Barry, Lucas de 127-9
Beauchamp, Cecilia 130
Beauchamp, John 130
Biricom, Richard of 130
Bonton, Johan 131
Bosse, Antony 130
Bray, Henry of 130
Bray, Luke of 129
Brictric 124
C  
Cambo, Galfridus 127-8
Carew, Col Pole 126
Chapman, Grant the 130-1
Charles II 125
Clare, Gilbert de 130
Clerico, Willelmus 127-8
Cockerham family 129
Colecote, Thomas of 130
Coombe family 129
Cotec, Walterus 127-8
Cridewe, John 130
D  
Davidson, Mr J B 125
Despenser, Hugh le 131
Doggewin, Arnolphus 127-8
E  
Edda 124
Edward the Confessor 123
Edward I 125-6, 129-30
Edward II 130
Elizabeth I 125
F  
FitzGamelin, Odo 124
FitzHamon, Robert 129, 131-2
FitzMartin, Nicholas 130-1
Fragen, Gilebertus 127-9
Fuller, Thomas the 130
Furlong family 129
Furlong, Robert 127-9
G  
Gloucester, Earl of 129-30
Godeva 124
H  
Hach, Galfridus de 127-9
Hanvylle, Johanna 130
Hele, Roger de 127-9
Henry III 129-31
Huniton, Roger of 130
L  
Lysons 131
M  
Martin family 126, 131
Montfort, Simon de 129
N  
Noble, Willelmus 127-8
P  
Pallavin family 129
Palmer, Thomas le 127-8
Pillafen, Peter de 127-8
R  
Romans, Richard King of the 129
Rymer 129
S  
Seale, Robert 130
sudmolton, Goscelmus de 127-8
T  
Turbervilla, Adam de 127-8
Turberville, Alice 130
Turberville, Andrew 130
Turberville, Bartholomew 130
Turberville, Brian 130
Turberville, Cecilia 130
Turbervilla, Gilebertus de 126-8, 131
Turbervilla, Paganus de (Turuill) 127, 129-3, 131-2
Turberville family 126, 129-30
Turberville, Gilbert snr 127, 130, 131
Turberville, Gilbert jnr 130
Turberville, Henry 130
Turberville, Hugo 129-30
Turberville, Isabella 130
Turberville, Johanna 130
Turberville, Johanna (2) 130
Turberville, John de 129-30
Turberville, Richard 130-1
Turberville, Robert 129
Turberville, Thomas 129
Turberville, Warwick 130
Turberville, William 129-30
V  
Vitalis 124
W  
Water, John of the 130
William I 123
William II, Rufus 125
Wite, Bernard of 130