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Name Index

To

Archaeological Notes of Tavistock and Neighbourhood

Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association of Science, Literature and Art. (1862-66), Vol I. Part V.

by

Edward Appleton, FIBA

London: Taylor & Francis, Plymouth: W Brendon, illus. pp. 122-127.

Prepared by Michael Steer

Tavistock is a market town situated on the River Tavy from which its name derives. It traces its history back to at least AD 961 when Tavistock Abbey, whose ruins lie in the centre of the town, was founded. Its most famous son is Sir Francis Drake. The area around Tavistock (formerly Tavistoke), where the River Tavy may be easily crossed, and near the secure high ground of Dartmoor, was inhabited long before the historical record. The surrounding area is littered with archaeological remains from the Bronze and Iron Ages and it is believed a hamlet existed on the site of the present town long before the town's official history began. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the New York Public Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

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Bedford, Earl of (Russell) 125
Brantyngham, Bishop 125
Brygeman family 126
Brygeman, Edward 126
Burien, Saint 122
Caesar, Julius 127
Canute, King 124
Champeau, Abbot Robert (also Campbell) 124
Charles I 127
Chubb, Abbot John 124
Courtenay, Gertrude 126
Courtenay, Sir William 126
Cullying, Abbot Thomas 125
Drake, Sir Francis 124, 126
Edgar, King 122-3
Edgcombe family 125
Edmund, Prince 123
Edmund Ironside 125
Edward the Martyr 123
Edward II 127
Edward IV 125
Edward VI 126
Edwin 125
Eldred, Bishop 124
Elfleda, Queen 123
Elfrida, Queen 122-3
Elizabeth I 126
Ethelred, King 123
Ethelwold, Earl 123
Eustachius, Saint 125
Ferrers family 125
Fitz family 126
Fitz, Gertrude 126
Fitz, Sir John 126
Fitz, Mary 126
FitzBernard family 125
Gaveston, Piers de 127
Glanville family 126
Glanville, Sir John 126-7
Glanville, Judge 126
Granville, Sir Richard 126
Grimbal, Betsy 126
Henry VIII 125-6
Howard, Lady 126
Hurdwick, Baron 125
Jeffries, Judge 127
Leland 124
Livingus, Abbot 124
Ordgar 122-3
Ordulph 122-4, 126
Percy family 126
Peryn, Abbot John 125
Polydor 122
Prince 126
Rudborne 125
Rumonus, Saint 122, 124
Russell, John Lord 125
Rychard, Thomas 126
Slanning, Sir Nicholas 126
Stapledon, Bishop 125
Veysey, Bishop 125
Walton 126
William I 124