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Name Index

To

Charter of Tavistock

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 46, (1914) pp. pp.176-184.

by

Radford, Mrs. G.H.

Prepared by Michael Steer

In 1682, partly to try to curb the power of the Bedfords, Charles II created Tavistock as an incorporated Borough, with Mayor and Corporation. Revoked later by James II, this was the first attempt at some form of self-government for the residents. Later that century the Earl of Bedford was created Duke of Bedford and the title Marquis of Tavistock was given to the heir. The burgesses and freeholders of the town elected one of their number each year to be the Portreeve; the highest local government office. 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Bedford, Earl of 176, 179-81
Bond, Augustine 178
Bourne, John 180
Braganza, Catherine of 179
Browne, John 181
Burges, William 180
Butler, Dame Elizabeth 177, 179
Butler, Sir James 177-81
Butler, Richard 178
Caunter, William 180-1, 183
Charles I 180
Charles II 176-81
Condy, Azarel 178
Condy, Daniel 178
Condy, David 178
Condy, Jane 178
Condy, Thomas 178
Countee, Peter (also Contee) 180-1
Cudlip, John 178
Cudlipp, Matthew 180-1
Cudlipp, Richard 178
Cunningham, Arthur 180
Cunningham, John 180
Diptford, George 180
Edmond, Eustace 180-1
Edward I 177
Elizabeth I 177
ffarvele, Edmund (also ffarwell) 180-1
Gerry, John 178
Gill, Samuell 180-1
Godbeare, Walter 178
Henry I 181
Henry VIII 176
Hunt, Nicholas 180-1, 183
Hutton, Lancelot 178
Jacob, John gent 178, 180
James II 183
Jeffreys, Sir George, Knt (Judge Jeffreys) 183
Larkham, Jane 178
Larkham, Rev Thomas 176, 180
Leach, Christopher 180-1
Leere, John 178
Lego, James 183
Mattacott, Henry 181
Moore, Cecelia 177
Moore, Elizabeth 177-8
Moore, Francis 177
Moore, Nicholas 177-8
Moore, Robert 177
Morgan, Anthony DD 177
Morgan, Elizabeth 177
Muison, Henry 180-1
Ormond, Duke of 178
Pennington, John 180-1
Pike, Eustace 180-1
Prouse, William (also Prowse) 180-1
Randle, John (also Randall) 180-1
Rundle, Stephen Jnr 178
Rupert, Prince 179
Russell, John Lord 176
Russell, Mr William 176-7
Sargeaunt, David 178
Seymour, Sir Edward 179
Simmons, Arthur 181
Slanning, Sir Nicholas 181
Somerset, Duke of 180
Sowton, Martin 180-1
Spry, William (also Sprye) 180-1
Toller, Francis 178
Vosper, Henry 180-1
Ward, Edward 180-1
Watts, Mary 178
Watts, Nicholas 178
Willcocke, William (also Wilcocks) 180-1
Willis, Browne 176
Willisford, Micheus 178
Wood 178
Wyatt, John 180-1
Wyatt, Thomas 181
Wythens, Sir Francis, Knt 183