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Throwleigh: The story of a Dartmoor village

By Emmie Varwell

Exeter (1938) 132pp.

Index prepared by Lora M. Beseler

Acre   49
Acre; house party   69
Aggett, Henry; Churchwarden's book   127
Aggett, Oliver, Mr.; thatcher   43
Aggett, William; mason; Churchwarden's book   126
Aikenhead, Mrs.   35
Aikenhead,, Mrs.; aunt of Father Lowe; bought the Glebe   29
Aisa; aka "Aysh"; ancient manor   48
Aissa   113
Albert, Prince; Churchwarden's book   127-128
Alfred; reign   58
Aluric the Saxon   113
Amyatt, James (1711)   132
Amyatt, James, Rev'd., Mr.; rector of Throwleigh 1711, Gidley 1726; memorial stone (+ 1 March 1734, age 48)   129
Archer, Father   33
Archer, Samuel H. (1852)   132
Archer, Samuel H., Rev.   28
Archer's; Parson; rectory   33
Arscott, Grannie   31
Arscott, Mary; became Mrs. William Jordan   52
Arscott, Mr.   66
Arscott, Mr. (+1911)   52
Arscott, Mr. and Mrs.   56
Arscott, Mrs.   52
Arscott, Mrs. (+1921)   57
Arscott, Mrs. (photo)   52A
Arscott, Mrs.; early 20th century   51
Ash bridge   92
Ash bridge nead   93
Ash Farm   76
Ash Green   76
Ashburton Vicar; wrote book "Devonshire Wills"   116
Ashburton, Lord; Dunning family   91
Attfield, Richard, Rev. (photo by)   10A
Attfield, Richard, Rev.; photo of Throwleigh, by;    Frontispiece
Aucher, Anthony,, Sir   104
Aysh Hill   113
Aysh, John and Mary; son Richard; memorial stone   130
Aysh, Mary; belfry memorial stone (1813)   130
Ayshes; landowners since Saxon times   87
Baddeley family   33
Baddeley, John (1745)   132
Baddeley, Parson (1763)   106
Baddeley, Parson; daughter Eleonora   31
Bagpark   74
Baldwin, John (1452)   131
Balls; big meadow   76
Balls; meadow   10
Baring-Gould, S.; Revd.   113
Bartholomew; son of Richard Dunning; belfry memorial stone (buried 1660)   130
Bartholomew; son of Richard Dunning; belfry memorial stone (buried 1657)   130
Bartlet's "meddow"   93
Barton   28
Barton cottages   50
Barton Farm   50
Barton press; cider   54
Barton stables   50
Battyshall, Robert; decd. (1500)   131
Benedictines; Buckfast   20
Berry Down-Gidleigh Road   75
Bideford   74-77
Billy   81-82
Billy's Lane; tragic story   81
Birdwood, W. Ilbert (1807)   132
Birdwood, William Ilbert, Rev'd.; rector of Throwleigh 34 years; memorial stone (+ 13 March 1841, age 66)   129
Bishop of Crediton (3 Oct 1936)   43
Blackadon Brook   111
Blackadon Brook; Jordan   46
Blackadon House   48
Blakford, Thomas de; middle lord; daughter Joan (20 Oct 1257)   96
Bloody Meadow; soldiers' burial ground   111
Bodleian Library; Miller Devonshire MSS c 1750   121
Boldventure   75
Boleyn, Ann   100
Bond, John; Gidleigh parish   72
Bond, John; neighboring smith; of Gidleigh parish   67
Brimblecombe, Elias, Mr.   40
Brimblecombe, Jane; married Mr. Arscott   51
Brimblecombe, Richard, Mr. (photo)   8A
Brimblecombe, Richard, Mr.; 'old'   10
Brimmy; wrestler   10
Brimstone Down   75
Bristol   59, 102
Brock, Charles, Mrs.   83
Brock, Walter   82
Brook Cottage; Donkey's Corner   76
Buckfast   74
Buckfast Abbey   19
Bude Farm   76
Burgoin, Robert, Mr.; of South Tawton pish   93
Burgoyne, William; plaintiff; defendant Alexander Knapman (1590)   45
Burnaby, H. Beaumont F.; rural dean of Okehampton   Frontispiece
Burnaley, H.B.F., Rev.; present Rural Dean   9
Candon   74
Cann, Mr.; mill   46
Cann, William   91
Catson; Coldstone   52
Cawsand   38
Cawsand Beacon; Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria   60
Cawsand; beacon; Armada   110
Chageford, Richard de; priest (1332)   24
Chagford factory   32
Chagford parish   25
Chagford Town   87
Chagford; serge factory   54
Chaggeford, Richard de (1368)   24
Chapel Farm   72
Chapel of Holy Ghost; Warland; Totnes; Exeter Cathedral   8
Chapel, Our Lady of Wallen (photo)   26A
Charles I   96
Cheriton Bishop   21
Chick, Mary E., Miss   53
Christow   108
Church Goods Commissioners (1553)   32
Church House   20, 50
Church House; Arscotts (1911)   52
Church House; fifteenth century   19
Church House; George Endacott   49
Church House; Throwleigh (photo)   18B
Churchwarden (1839)   125
Churchwarden's Book; begun 1835 entries   124
Churchyard; opposite end of Deave Lane on right   76
Cicely; died 1912   17
Cistercian monks; Buckfast   19
Clanaborough farm   76
Cleaves; tenement   94
Cleve   115
Coade   96
Coffin, John (1309)   131
Coldstone; "Catson"   52
Comper; stained glass   17
Conquest, The   12
Constantine   103
Coombe   74
Coombe, T., Mr.   Foreword, 40
Coombe; Shilston Coombe; ruins; close to Wooda   5
Coombe's Mill Farm; Tin Pits   47
Cornish, William; churchwarden   94
Cornwall (1548)   102
Cottle, James, Mr.   10, 40
Counter, James, Mr.; of South Tawton   42
Counter, William, Mr.; of South Tawton   42
Courtenay, Thomas; Earl of Devon (1452)   16
Courtenay; C   16
Courtenay; initials T, C   16
Courtenays   106
Courtenays (1370)   12
Courtneys   97
Creabor; landowners Dunnings   87
Crediton   105
Cresswell, Beatrice, Miss   Foreword
Cresswell, Miss   15-16, 96, 109
Crocker family   33
Crocker Family; owned two old farms at Shilstone; known in South Devon since before the Conquest   28
Crocker, Mr.   31
Crocker, Richard, Mr.; lived in rooms at Forder Farm   29
Crockers   37
Cromwell   13
Cross, The (photo)   20B
Curson, William, Mr.; grist mill   48
Cursons Mill; South Zeal   48
Cursons, James; Churchwarden's book   128
Cust, Dr.   99
Damerell   96
Damerell, John, Sir; or Daumerle   24
Dart   74
Dartmoor   5
Dartmoor; granite   21
Dartmouth   74, 77
Dartymoor   59
Daumerle, John, Sir (1368)   24
Daumerle, John, Sir; or Damerell   24
Daumerle; widow Alice, daughter of a granddaughter of William le Prous (1346)   97
Davis, John W. (1852)   132
De Wiltes, Nicholas de (1248)   12
De Wiltes, Nicholas; 1248; parish   7
Deave lane   76
Delivery cart (photo)   84
Devon, Kent, Cornwall   102
Devonshire dialect   58
Devonshire Domseday; Radulf   3
Dicker, Albert, Mr. (photo)   24A
Dicker, Albert, Mr.; of old Murchington family   25
Dicker, Mr.   22, 26-27, 31, 56
Dickers; of Murcheson   87
Dickes, John (1670)   131
Dickes, John; daughter Elizabeth; wife Jane; nonconformist (+ 1670)   129
Diss; Norfolk   102
Dodd, Mr.; owner; Little Shapley (1890)   77
Donkey's Corner   76
Doors; ancient; Wonson Manor (photos)   110A
Downe, John (1550)   131
Downe, John; rector; succeeded John Taverner (1553)   107
Drake, Francis   110
Drake's Drum   110
Drew, Father   Foreword, 35, 41, 84, 108
Drew, Father; new rector; Vauxhall (1934)   122
Drew, H. Leslie (1934)   132
Drew, H. Leslie, Father; Rector (1935)   17
Drew, H.L., Rev.   Foreword
Drew, H.Leslie, Father; rector (photo)   122A
Drew, Miss   35
Duke of Somerset   102
Dunnine, John; married Elizabeth Gidley 1803 Throwleigh   90
Dunning family   50, 53
Dunning family; Richard Dunning   53
Dunning, James, Mr.   120
Dunning, James, Mr.; South Tawton; Churchwarden's book   126
Dunning, James, Mr.; Lord of the Manor; great nephew of John Dunning   90
Dunning, James, Mr.; Wonson Manor; different branch from Richard    53
Dunning, James, Mrs.   85
Dunning, James, Mrs.; lineal descendant of Knapmans; wife of Wonson Manor owner   112
Dunning, James, Mrs.; of Underhills of Gidleigh; sister Miss Underhill; descended from ancient Vogwell family   87
Dunning, John; from Hittisleigh   90
Dunning, John; great grandfather of Mr. James Dunning of Wonson   89
Dunning, Mr.   20, 51, 107
Dunning, Mr.; "Master"   10
Dunning, Mr.; rhyme   66
Dunning, Richard, Mr.   50, 57
Dunning, Richard, Mr.; cousin to Miss Hunt   28
Dunning, Richard, Mr.; Throwleigh Barton   20
Dunning, Richard, Mrs.   56
Dunning, Richard; last of Throwleigh Barton Dunnings; died age 80   53
Dunning, Richard; of Throwleigh; belfry memorial stone; buried 19 Feb 1687, aged 77)   130
Dunning, William, Mr.; of Langstone   90
Dunning; Week   52
Dunnings   89
Dunnings; Creabor   87
Dunnings; Murchington; belonged to Lord Ashburton's family; unrelated to Throwleigh Dunnings   91
Dunnings; of Wonson Manor   53
Dunnynge, Thomas   46
Dunnynge, Thomas (1590)   90
Durant, William (1452)   131
East Week   76
Easter Sepulchre   17
Easter Sepulchre; "tomb"   14
Eaton Satchville; the Clinton estate   77
Edward the Confessor   48
Edward VI   107, 109
Edward, King; The Confessor   3
Eleanor   81
Elizabeth   110
Elizabeth, daughter of John Dickes; buried 7 of ___? 1688; memorial stone   129
Elizabeth; reign   58
Endacott, George, Mr.   47
Endacott, George, Mr.; Acre; lived at Church House; sexton   49
Endacott, George, Mr.; lived at "froggy mill" to about 1900; also basketmaking business   60
Endacott, George; about 1886 went to Frog Mill   65
Endacott, Joseph, Mr.; from Clanaboro   55
Endacott, Mr.   48
Endacott, Mr.; "Maester's Mead" (Mr. Dunning's meadow)   60
Endacott, Philip; Churchwarden's book   127
Endacotts; Mayflower to America   87
Exbourne   77
Exeter   105
Father Drew   41
Father Lowe   33, 41, 56
Father Lowe; 6d per week to woman for washing church floor when he arrived   66
Father Lowe; sexton   70
Fernworthy; road   75
Ferrers, Fulk de (1241)   96
Ferrers, Fulk, Sir; daughter married Sir William Prouz   24
Ferrers, Reginald de; marriage to Joan de Blakford   96
Ferrers; family   96
Ford; messuage   112
Forder Farm   51
Forge, The (photo)   66A
Forge; the village   51
Fox farm   74
Fox, Agnes, Miss   26
Fox, Thomas (1670)   132
Frenchbear, Higher   75
Frog Mill; George Endacott; living there to 1900   65
Frogmill   48
Fursdon, Charles A.T., Mr.; of Exeter   91
Fursdon, Charles A.T., Mr.; the late   Foreword
Fursdon, Mr.   100
Gambier   31
Gay, R.D., Mr.; Northmurchington; Churchwarden's book   126
Geffrey, Martin; priest   103
George, Lloyd, Mr.   122
George, Mr.; thatcher   43
Ghiderleia; Gideley ancient   23
Ghiderleia; Gidleigh   3
Gidleigh   8, 27, 72, 95
Gidleigh Castle   76, 97
Gidleigh Castle; Prouz   96
Gidleigh Commons   87
Gidleigh Manor; held by Saxon Godwin, priest   3
Gidleigh Park; Guy Whipham   34
Gidleigh, Manor of   24
Gidleigh, Manor of; Ghiderleia   3
Gidleigh; ancient Ghiderleia; Godwin   23
Gidleigh; Moortown   87
Gidley George; churchwarden's book   125
Gidley Park   47
Gidley-Moore, William, Mr.; of Langstone   88
Gidley-Moore, Adele, Miss; of Langstone; niece of William Gidley Moore   88
Gidley, Bartholomew; of Wonson Manor; daughter Elizabeth   90
Gidley, Bartholomew; retained Wonson Manor; Lord of the Manor of Throwleigh   120
Gidley, Elizabeth; daughter of Bartholomew Gidley of Wonson   90
Gidley, Gustavus, Mr.; played violin and bass viol   56
Gidley, Gustavus; churchwarden's book   125
Gidleys   87
Gilbert, Hugh (1370)   131
Gill, John; Churchwarden's book   128
Githa; mother of Harold   116
Glassy Steps   75
Godolphin, Sidney; death wound in porch of "Three Crowns"; died and buried in Okehampton   111
Godolphin; Cornishman; led attack on Roundheads   111
Godwin; manor lord; Conquest   23
Godwin; Saxon priest; Gidleigh Manor   3
Golden Hill   35, 49
Goose, Thomas (1594)   131
Gooseford, West; William and Elizabeth MNoore   86
Gorsemoor; bought by Father Lowe   39
Gould, S. Baring, Revd.   120
Gowen, Richard (1596)   131
Gowen, Richard; parson (1596)   91, 100
Gowrie, Anne; died 23 Feb 1680; memorial stone   130
Grandisson, Bishop   23
Grannie   79
Grannie; lived over age 90; over 80 she was still dancing   55
Grannie; Mrs. Arscott   53
Great Meadow; Mrs. Kitston   52
Grenville; Cornishmen; led attack on Roundheads   111
Hanover, House of   12
Hanoverian   13
Hanson, John W. (1882)   132
Harberton Ford   74
Harper, Father; Sampford Courtenay (Whitsuntide 1549)   104
Harvey, Mrs.   57
Hastings; battle   95
Hatherleigh Moor   77
Hayes, The; The Heyes (1680)   29
Hayes; parsonage house   93
Heatree   74
Hellyons, William   104
Helston   103
Henry (1547)   102
Henry III   12
Henry VIII   100
Hey   31
Hey; David Osborne   22
Heyes, The; built behind Old Rectory; The Hayes (1680)   29
Heyter, William (1644)   131
Higher Frenchbear   75
Higher Jerston; stable   74
Higher Lettaford Farm   74
Hill, James, Mr.; brother; still living 1936; thatcher; retired from farm at Shilstone   71
Hill, Fred, Mr.   Foreword
Hill, James, Mr.; at Shilstone Farm (photo)   4A
Hill, Mr.   69-71
Hill, Mrs.; her father Mr. Madders was over age 94 when he died   71
Hill, Richard, Mr.   Foreword
Hill, Richard, Mr.; followed father as sexton and captain of ringers   68
Hill, Richard; Churchwarden's book   127
Hill, T., Mr. (photo)   64
Hill, Thomas, Mr.; sexton   60
Hill, Thomas, Mr.; sexton c. 1886; captain of bellringers   65
Hill, Tom   66
Hill; grandfather; a smith; killed on Exeter road accident   66
Hittisleigh   90
Holdsworths   58
Hollow Park   30
Hollow Park; last house built by Father Lowe (1911)   37
Holsworths; vicar of Brixham (+1860)   58
Honour of Plympton; de Ferrers   96
House of Hanover   12
Hucker, Mr.; of South Tawton   42
Hunt, Dr.   55
Hunt, Miss; cousin to Richard Dunning   28
Hurston, Lower; farmyard   75
Hutchings, Mr.; of Brimstone Down   75
Hutton, Ann; married widower William Northmore; several children   113
Hutton, Anne; daughter of Rev'd. William Hutton; married William Northmore the Elder; died and buried 17 Jan 1743-44 at St Lawrence, Exeter   115
Hympe, William (1500)   131
Incumbents of Throwleigh   131, 132
Jacobstowe   77
Jane; wife of John Dickes' clerk; buried 9 Dec 1688; memorial stone   129
Jennings, William (1572)   131
Jerston; stable   74
Jordan, Edwin, Mr.   6, 77
Jordan, Edwin, Mr.; grandson of Mr. Newcombe's daughter   52
Jordan, Mary, Mrs.   51
Jordan, Mr.   10
Jordan, Mr. and Mrs.   51
Jordan, Mr. and Mrs.; grandson and wife of Grannie; Moortown Farm   55
Jordan, William, Mr.; Moortown Farm   23
Jordan, William, Mrs.; nee Mary Arscott   52
Jordan; Blackadon Brook   46
Jurston   74
Kennan Hill   22
King, Alexander (1735)   132
Kitson, Mrs.; "Great Meadow"   52
Knapman, Alexander; buried 5 May 1674; belfry memorial stone   130
Knapman, Alexander; defendant; plaintiff William Burgoyne (1590)   45
Knapman, Alixander   91
Knapman, George   91
Knapman, John; belfry memorial stone (+ 16 June 1660)   130
Knapman, Mary; daughter of William Knapman; married William Northmore the Elder April 6, 1675; baptized 26 Oct 1653; died and buried 2 April 1685 Throwleigh   115
Knapman, Mary; died ten years after marriage   113
Knapman, Mary; William Northmore; marriage deed (photo)   112A
Knapman, Mary; Wonson Manor as marriage dowry to William Northmore   112
Knapman, Thomas; tenement Cleaves   94
Knapman, William, Mr.; of Ford   93
Knapman, William; of South Tawton   93
Knapman; coat of arms (photo)   120A
Knapman; pedigree (photo)   116A
Knapmans   96, 112, 121
Knapmans; pedigree appears in Heralds' Visitation 1620; settled in Throwleigh five generations by 1620   116
Kylter; brothers   103
Laddie; 16 months old; Lowe   30
Lakeland; moorland farm bought by Fr. Lowe; near Princetown Road; parish of Chagford   40
Lamb Park   87
Laycock, Charles, Mr.; author "The Old Devon Farm-house."   58
Laycock, Charles, Mr.; of Moretonhampstead   17
Leaman, Frances; churchwarden's book   125
Leepra; farm yard   74
Lega-Weekes, Ethel, Miss (1900)   47
Lega-Weekes, Ethel, Miss   45
Lega-Weekes, Miss   65
Leigh Bridge   47
Lethbridge, Thomas; churchwarden's book   125
Lettaford   74
Lettaford Farm, Higher   74
Lincolnshire   102
Lincombe; formerly Venn Farm   74
Little Close   76
Little Shapley; Mr. Dodd (1890)   77
Longston tenement   93
Lord Monkswell; Presidential address to Devon Association   58
Love Brook   46
Lowe, Mrs.   52
Lowe, Father   18-21, 33-34, 38, 40-41, 43, 81, 83-84, 123
Lowe, Father (1895)   28
Lowe, Father (photo)   52A
Lowe, Father Gambier (photo)   18A
Lowe, Father Gambier (summer 1935)   25
Lowe, Father; 1911 moved vestry to ground floor of Tower from the chapel in North Aisle   71
Lowe, Father; incumbency   Foreword
Lowe, Father; Kipple and Spot; Wooda   36
Lowe, Father; late rector   106
Lowe, G.L. Gambier (1895)   132
Lowe, Gambier, Father   16
Lowe, Gambier, Father (1911)   17
Lowe, Gambier, Father; late Rector   7
Lowe, Gambier, Mrs.; not long before she died (1935)   29
Lowe, George Lincoln Gambier (1895)   18
Lowe, George Lincoln Gambier; rector 1895-1933; bronze plaque; porch wall   44
Lowe, Mrs.   51, 81-83
Lowe, Patience, Miss; also Mrs. Squire   83
Lowe, Trelawney, Mr.   42
Lowe, Trelawny, Mr.   35, 67
Lowe, Willoughby, Mr.; brother of Father Lowe   39
Lowe, Willoughby, Mrs.   Foreword
Lowe's, Father; crucifix over grave   124
Lower Hurston; farm yard   75
Lych Porch   20
Lysons, Daniel, Rev.   96
Lysons, Daniel, Revd.; writing of Knapmans   112
Madderne, St.   33
Madders, Mr.; at Shilston Farm (photo)   72A
Madders, Mr.; father of Mrs. Hill   71
Malory; author; "History of Prince Arthur"   99
Map, Throwleigh; ordnance survey (c. 1938)   Foreword
Marble, Edward (1577)   131
Mariner's Path, The; directions   74
Mariner's Path; Dartmouth to Bideford   73
Martyn, Anna; wife of Robert   88
Martyn, Robert; elder   87
Martyn, Robert; younger; only son of Robert the elder Martyn; yeoman; wife Joan   87
Mary; Queen of Scots   110
May, Henry; Churchwarden's book   127
Mayor, Churchwarden, and Recorder for Okehampton; married three times but no children; 45 years old when he died in 1735.   118
Meath   77
Meldon   87
Memorial Stones   129
Merlesoan; powerful lord of ThrowleighPaganel, Ralph; Norman Knight   95
Merlesoan; Saxon   4
Merlesoan; Saxon lord; manor; Norman Conquest   3
Merlesoan; Saxon manor lord   8
Merton   77
Metherell   87
Mewyne, Richard (1639)   131
Michel, William Forard (1791)   132
Middelcote, Robert de; Clerk; trial (1328)   23
Middle Park   92
Middlecote (1328)   23
Midway; house   39
Mill ham   92
Mill hill   92
Mill; West Week; private house and land (1936)   46
Moeles, Alicia de, Lady (1324)   24
Moeles, Alicia de, Dame; only child and daughter of the last Sir William Prouz, Knight, of Gidley; her second husband was Sir John Daumerle (Damerell)   24
Moeles, Alicia, Lady   27
Moeles, Dame Alicia de; of Gidleigh Castle (1332)   23
Monkswell, Lord   58
Moore Broadway; Moortown   87
Moore, Adele, Miss   56
Moore, Elizabeth; wife of William (1789)   86
Moore, Miss   56
Moore, William; churchwarden's book   125
Moore, William; of Gooseford; wife Elizabeth (1789)   86
Moores; of Gooseford and Langstone   87
Moortown   76
Moortown Farm; Miss Underhill; owner   23
Moortown; Gidleigh; belongs to Miss Underhill   87
Morshead Lawrence, Harriet Olympia; daughter of Elizabeth Northmore; mother of John Northmore; married her kinsman John Northmore, Esq   119
Mortain, Robert Earl of "Radulf"; Ralf Paganel; Manor of Trula   3
Mules   96
Murchington   87
Murchington; hamlet; Throwleigh parish   25
Murchington; St. Olave's   29
Nansen, Dr.   63
New Inn   50
Newcombe, Jane; daughter   52
Newcombe, Joseph, Mr.   33
Newcombe, Mr.; owner or tenant of Wooda   52
Nicholas IV, Pope; 1283; Throwleigh parish church   7
Nicholson, Charles, Sir   42
Nordmoor; ancient writing of Northmore; Saxon ancestors   116
North Bovey; old Rector   7
North Tawton   69
North Teign   75
Northmore   96
Northmore, Edward (1600)   117
Northmore, Edward, Revd.; second son of John and Joan Northmore; M.A.; Vicar of Newton St Cyres and Chudleigh; died unmarried 1687; buried in Chudleigh Parish Church   117
Northmore, Elizabeth   120
Northmore, Elizabeth; daughter of William and Anne Northmore (nee Hutton); sister to "the Younger"; baptized 18 March 1695-96 Throwleigh; buried Lezaut 17 Jan 1750; married three times   119
Northmore, Elizabeth; daughter of William Northmore the Elder; portrait (photo)   118A
Northmore, Elizabeth; sister to William Northmore the Younger; married three times   116
Northmore, Jeffrey; or Geoffrey; fifth son of John and Joan Northmore; married Grace Risdon; died 1724; left a son John of Cleve   118
Northmore, Joan; nee Strong; wife of John Northmore; married 1633; five sons, two daughters (1641)   117
Northmore, John (1641); wife Joan nee Strong   117
Northmore, John, Esq.; late (1826-1915); father of John Northmore   115
Northmore, John, Mr.   Foreword
Northmore, John, Mr.; head of family; resides in Hampshire   113
Northmore, John, Mr.; of Hampshire   121
Northmore, John; eldest son of John and Joan Northmore; first town clerk of Okehampton; built Northmore House in Okehampton now the Town Hall; died 1713   117
Northmore, John; Lee-on-the-Solent, Hants, Oct 1937; notes of Wonson Manor, Knapmans and Northmores   115
Northmore, Mr.   93
Northmore, Thomas; M.P. for Okehampton; family of Cleve near Exeter; of Inner Temple, barrister at law; no children   118
Northmore, William, and Mary Knapman; happy marriage but childless   113
Northmore, William, the Elder; marriage to Mary Knapman April 6, 1675; baptized 13 Jan 1639-40 South Tawton   115
Northmore, William, the Elder; re-married 21 Jan 1688-89 Anne Hutton; died and buried 5 Sept 1716 Throwleigh   115
Northmore, William, the Younger; baptized 1690 Throwleigh; M.P. for Okehampton, succeeding his Uncle Thomas   118
Northmore, William; Mary Knapman; marriage deed (photo)   112A
Northmore, William; miniature   119
Northmore, William; son of the elder; married three times; died early age; sister Elizabeth   116
Northmore, William; the elder of Throwleigh; third son of John and Joan Northmore   118
Northmore, William; the elder; of Arms and Shields (photo)   114B
Northmore, William; the elder; prayer book, published 1686   121
Northmore, William; the Younger of Wonson Manor (photo of miniature)    112B
Northmore, William; the younger; MP, Mayor, Churchwarden and recorder for Okehampton   113
Northmore, William; widower of Mary Knapman; remarried to Ann Huttton   113
Northmore, William; Wonson Manor; lived there in reign of Charles the Second   111
Northmores   113
Northmores; Baronial Thanes; East Aysh   49
Northmores; East Ash; 'Willie'; 'Well'; 16th c; parish of South Tawton   117
Oade, Mrs.   47
Oberammergau   18
Okehampton   76
Old Cottages at Throwleigh (photo)   50B
Old Devon Farm-house, The; author Charles Laycock   58
Old Rectory   35, 78
Old Rectory; different from "Church House"   28
Oldham, W. D'Oyly, Mr.   7
Olven, Mrs.   82
Osborne, David; Zeal; cut cross at Hey   22
Osborne, Frank, Mr.   Foreword
Our Lady at Walland; chapel built (1332)   7
Our Lady of Wallen, Chapel of; ruins   23
Ox Bow   48
Oxenham Arms   48
Oxenham, John, Master   110
Oxenham, William (1425)   131
Oxford   102
Parliamentary Wars   57
Parson Archer's Rectory   29
Pennington; bells (1763)   106
Pennington; rehung bells (1763)   32
Penrose, Captain   79-80
Penrose, Robert Fitzgerald, Captain; retired after South African War; lived great part of his life in Ireland   78
Penroses   78
Penryn   103
Perambulations of Dartmoor; Rowe   14
Perkins, William; Churchwarden's book   127
Perryman, Mr.   77
Perryman, Wallace, Mr.; of Yeo, Chagford   73
Perrymans   74
Pixies; Throwleigh   6
Plumer, Christopher (1525)   131
Plunkett Green; cousin   78
Plymouth Sound   110
Plympton; Barony   12
Polwhele, Richard, Reverend; author of history of Devonshire (1793)   9
Powlesland, Cecil, Mr.   Foreword
Priest's Door; Throwleigh Church (photo)   14A
Prince of Wales; Throwleigh Churchyard   122
Princep's Folly   75
Princetown Road   74
Princetown-Chagford; road   74
Prous, William de; lord (1285)   96
Prous, William le (1303)   97
Prouz family; Manor of Throwleigh   24
Prouz, William de, Sir; of Gidleigh (10 May 1254)   96
Prouz, William, Sir; Knight; Gidleigh; daughter Dame Alicia de Moeles   24
Prouz, William, Sir; married daughter of Sir Fulk Ferrers   24
Prouz; Gidleigh Castle   96
Providence Chapel   67
Providence Hill   111
Providence School   57
Queen of the Dart; "The Mariner's Path"   74
Queen Victoria; Diamond Jubilee (1897)   21
Queen Victoria; The Cross erected; 60th year of reign   22
Queens Mill   48
Rab's House   49, 73
Radulf   4
Ralph Paganel; Norman knight   3
Raqwson, J., Rev.; late rector of Gidleigh   98
Rashleigh, Dr.   28, 33
Rashleigh, Dr.; bought Parson Archer's Rectory   29
Rashleigh; Rectory built by Rev. Samuel H. Archer   28
Rawson, Father   24
Rawson, Father; brochure "Story of an Ancient Chapel"   23
Rawson, Rev. J.; Rector of Gidleigh; late   23
Read, Herbert, Mr.; of Exeter   18
Reddaway Farm   76
Revel; Whitsuntide   9
Richard   89
Richard; son of John and Mary Aysh; belfry memorial stone (+ 13 Oct 1763, age 1 year 10 months)   130
Ripple; Father Lowe; terrier   36
Rix close   92
Robert of Gloucester; William the Conqueror   99
Robert, Earl of Mortain; half-brother to William the Conqueror   3
Roberts, Ralph (1631)   131
Rose-Troup, Miss   102
Rose-Troup, Miss; "Western Rebellion of 1549"   101
Rouse, Oliver, Mr.; of Gerrards Cross (1938)   128
Rowe; "Perambulations of Dartmoor"   14
Royal Oak   50
Royal Oak, The (photo)   10A
Royal Oak; private residence (interior photo c. 1938)   50A
Rushford, Manor of   112
Salisbury   102
Sampford Chapel; inn   77
Sampford Courtenay   43, 67
Sampford Courtenay; station   77
Sampford Courtney, Battle of   105
Sanctuary mead   92
Schwabe, W. Herman (1841); left to become a missionary   132
Seale; Zeal   46
Seddon, Edward (1670)   132
Seddon, Edward; rector   94
Seddon, Edward; rector (25 March 1680)   92
Seddon, Edward; wife Mary; clerk; memorial stone   129
Sexton; Thomas Hill (1880s)   60
Shapley; farm; lane   75
Shilston Combe; Coombe; ruins; close to Wooda   5
Shilston Tor; snakes   72
Shilston; close by Wooda   5
Shilstone Coombe; bought by Father Lowe   37
Shilstone Coombe; cattle driving (photo)   4B
Shilstone Farm; Throwleigh   27
Shilstone farms   30
Shilstone Lane   28, 83
Shilstone; farmyard   4
Shilstone; manor   4
Shilstsone Lane   77
Slanning; Cornishman; led attack on Roundheads   111
Slowforde, Thomas de; the elder of Chagforde; trial of Robert de    23
Slowman, John; yeoman; his son Thomas; memorial stone (+1617)    130
Smythe, John (1400)   131
Smythe, John; Rector of Throwleigh (1400)   26
South Tawton   45, 92
South Tawton (1531-2)   108
South Tawton; Cawsand Beacon   60
South Tawton; manor; Merlesoan   3
South Teign   75
South Zeal; Cawsand Beacon   60
Spicer, Edward C. (1889)   132
Sport; Father Lowe; terrier   36
Squire, Mrs.; also Patience Lowe   83
St. Keverne   103
St. Mary the Virgin; church   7
Stanning mead; "meddow"; belongs to Ford tenement   93
Statute of Sex Articles (1539)   101
Staverton   74
Stephan, D.J., Rev.; O.S.B.   19
Stephan, Father John   20
Sticklepath   76
Sticklepath; chantry   104
Stinton, Samuel (1737)   132
Stuart dynasty   120
Suppression of the Monasteries   101
Sutton, Edmund, Mr.   35
Sutton, Edmund, Mr.; St. Olave's Murchington   29
Tadeley Park   87
Tavener, John (1532)   131
Taverner, John; rector (1549)   107
Teign   47
Teigncombe Manor; rest house   75
Teignworthy   75
Tempelman, John (1787)   132
Terriers; about 1613 and 1680   91
Terriers; of Throwleigh   100
The Jubilee Fire on Cawsand, South Tawton; poem in dialect; author George Endacott   61-65
Thomas; son of John Slowman; memorial stone (+ 5 Sept 1611, age 27)   129
Thomas; T   16
Thornworthy-Chagford; road   75
Three Crowns; Sidney Godolphin   111
Throwleigh   8
Throwleigh Aysh; Wonson Manor   87
Throwleigh Barton   89
Throwleigh Barton; Dunnings   87
Throwleigh church; interior (photo)   12A
Throwleigh Church; southside (photo)   16A
Throwleigh-Aysh   72
Throwleigh, Manor of   24
Throwleigh;    Frontisplate
Throwleigh; Trula   3
Throwley Lane   93
Tithe Barn   35
Tom, young   67
Tomkins, William (1595)   131
Torrington   77
Totnes   74
Trevelyan, Mr.; History of England   95
Trevenion; Cornishman; led attack on Roundheads   111
Trula; Throwleigh; Domesday Book   3
Tudors   12
Tudors; Whitehall   110
Ulric; noble Saxon   48
Underhill, Miss; sister to Mrs. James Dunning   87
Underhills; of Gidley   87
Underwood, Robert (1551)   131
Varwell, Emmie; author   Foreword
Vasy, Robert; lord of the manor   97
Venn Farm; nkn "Lincombe"   74
Vicar of Wakefield; vicar of; family   86
Victoria, Queen; Diamond Jubilee (1897)   21
Victoria, Queen; Diamond Jubilee; Cawsand Beacon   60
Voghill Family; ancient   87
Vogwell   74
Vogwell, Joan; wife of Robert Martyn the younger; only child and heir of William Vogwell of Gidleigh   88
Vogwell, William; yeoman; wife Anna   88
Wainwright, Father; nephew; of London Docks   18
Wallabrook Bridge (photo)   44A
Walland Hill   27
Walland Hill; extreme east of Throwleigh parish about 2 miles   25
Walland House   26-27
Walland Meadow; field; Gidleigh Parish   23
Walland; chapel of St. Mary   7
Walland; Wallen   24
Wallen; Chapel ruins; Gidleigh (photo)   22A
Wallen; Walland   24
Wallens, The Two; chapels   22
Walsh, Stephen (1736)   132
Walter   84
War Cleave; steep side of river valley from Chagford to Wonson Manor   111
Watkin, Hugh, Mr.; 'Devon Notes and Queries', April issue   25
Webburn   74
Week; dwelling   50
Week; miller of   46
Weekes, Ethel Lega, Miss   Foreword
Weekes, Lega, Miss   8
Weir Gifford   77
Well; Northmore homestead (photo)   116B
West Country; soft, broad vowels   59
West Week Manor   47
West Week; see "Mill" (1936)   46
Whipham, Guy, Mr.; squire at Gidleigh Park   34
Widecombe   74
Widecombe-in-the-Moor   88
William the Conqueror; half-brother of Robert Earl of Mortain   3
Wiltes, Nicholas de (1248)   12, 131
Wiltes, Nicholas de; parish (1248)   7
Wonnacott, Edward, Mr.   Foreword
Wonson   4, 10, 50, 96, 112
Wonson Manor   95, 106, 111
Wonson Manor (photo)   94A
Wonson Manor; battlement ruin (photo)   98A
Wonson Manor; Lord of the Manor James Dunning   53
Wonson Manor; paneled room (photos)   114A
Wonson Manor; ruins (photo)   96A
Wonson Manor; ruins not earlier than 17th c.   97
Wonson Mill   47
Wonson Mill; ruins   48
Wonson; first Norman family   99
Wonson; Foreword   Foreword
Wonson; pixies   6
Wonson; Wonstone   119
Wonstone; Wonson   119
Wood, Mrs.   22, 26
Wood, Mrs.; St. Johns Murchington   21
Wooda   29-31, 37
Wooda Estate; bought by Fr. Lowe from Crockers   29
Wooda Lane   33
Wooda; burned down (1885)   28
Wooda; close by Shilston; house destroyed 50 years ago (1888)   5
Wooda; Father Lowe   36
Wooda; manor   4
Wooda; Mr. Newcombe   52
Wooda; Throwleigh (1938)   Foreword
Wooda; Throwleigh; Emmie Varwell   Foreword
Worthy, Charles, Mr.; son of an Ashburton vicar who wrote "Devonshire Wills"   116
Wyke   45
Yardworthy; farm lane   75
Ythel, William; deed to John Northmore (1332)   117
Zeal   11
Zeal; Seale   46