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A forgotten episode in Devon county history

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 34, (1902), pp. 394-402.

by

J. Erskine-Risk

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Dowrish family were landed-gentry settled from very early times at Dowrich near Sandford. They were connected by marriage to several aristocratic families, but by the 1700's had lost most of their estate, which had eventually reverted in part to the Crown. There was much discussion in eighteenth century Devon about whether or not any descendants of the Dowrish family would lay claim to their ancient estates. This paper reveals some of the intricacies of the litigation generated by family claims. 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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Bodleigh, William, armig 399
Bowber 397, 399
Bowber, Ann 397
Bowber, Gertrude 401-2
Bowber, Mr Robert 401-2
Brandon, Charles 395
Campbell, Lord 396, 399
Carew, Lord 394
Carew, Mary 399
Carew, Sir Gawen 395
Challis, Charles jnr 395-7, 399-401
Challis, Elizabeth 395, 397, 399
Challis, Mary 395, 397
Clark, Elizabeth 397
Clark, Thomas 397
Cowper, William Lord 398
Davie, Mrs Garthured (sic) 401-2
Davye 399
Davye, Ann 397, 401
Davye, Edward 397
Davye, Emmanuel 401
Davy, Gertrude 401
Dorset, Marchioness 395
Dourish, Thomas 394-5
Dourish, Walter (Dowrish) 394-5, 397, 399
Dourishe, William de 394
Dowrish, Agnes 397, 401
Dowrish, Anastasia 397, 402
Dowrish Ann 397, 401
Dowrish, Clement 399
Dowrish, Elizabeth 395, 397-400
Dowrish family (de Duris) throughout
Dowrish, Fanny 397
Dowrish, Gertrude 399, 401
Dowrish, Hugo 399
Dowrish, Katherine 394
Dowrish, Jacob 396, 401
Dowrish, John 397, 400-2
Dowrish, Lewis 395-7
Dowrish, Lewis (2) 397
Dowrish, Lewis (3) 397-8, 400-2
Dowrish, Margaret 395-9, 402
Dowrish, Mary 395
Dowrish, Nathaniel 395-8, 400, 402
Dowrish, Richard 394
Dowrish, Robert 399
Dowrish, Thomas 394
Dowrish, Thomas (2) armig 394, 399
Dowrish, Thomas (3) 394-6
Dowrish, William 395, 398-402
Duris, Nicholas de 394
Edward VI 396
Elizabeth I 399
Erskine-Risk, Rev G, MA 402
France, Mary Queen of 396
Gray, Henry 395
Hayne, Anastasia 397
Helion, William de 394
Henry III 394
Henry VIII 396
Iddesleigh, Lord 395
Jacob, Fanny 397
Jacob, John 402
John, King 394
Joll family 395
Joll, George (Gollye) 395-7, 399, 402
Joll, Dame Margaret 395-7, 399, 402
Lee, Mr James 395
Lock Mrs Mary 395, 397, 399
Maclean, Sir John, FSA 399
Norman, Helion the 396
Northcote family 395-6, 399
Palmer, Agnes 397
Palmer, George, jnr 396, 401
Pengelly, F 401
Peyton, Thomas 396
Prowse 399
Richard III 394
Risdon 394
Rowe, Mr James 401-2
Seaward, Nicholas 396, 401
Seymour, Admiral Lord 396
Snedall family (also Snetyle) 394-5, 399
Snedall, John (also Snytell) 394
Snedall, Katherine 394
Stukeley, John armig 399
Suffolk, Charles Brandon, Duke of 395-6
Suffolk, Henry Duke of 395
Totnes, Earl of 395, 399
Vivian, Colonel 399
Wright, Sir Nathan, Kt. 396, 400