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Wembury: Its bay, church and parish - part 2

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 41-42, (1909-10). illus. pp.517-537.

by

H. Montague Evans

Prepared by Michael Steer

Wembury, a parish, with a village, in Plympton-St, Mary district; on the coast, at the mouth of the river Yealm, just south of Plymouth. The manor belonged formerly to Plympton priory. The scenery of the coast is romantic and wild. The living in the 1870's was a curacy in the diocese of Exeter. The church is later English. There are a Wesleyan chapel, an alms-house and charities. 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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Albemarle, Duke of 529
Aluric 520
Arundell, Sir Thomas 534-5
Avent, George 537
Barnhaus, Edward 521
Barnhaus, Joane 521
Barwell, Mr 530
Basker, Richard 537
Bastard, Mr 521
Binmore, Robert 537
Bowleye, James de 523, 531
Brant, George 537
Britricheston, Cecily de 520-1
Britricheston, Elizabeth 521
Britricheston, Henry de (also Britricstone) 520
Britricheston, Joane 521
Britricheston, John de (also Brythrythechestone) 520-1
Britricheston, Margaret de 521
Brythrythechestone, Alice 521
Burgess, Rev Charles 531
Calmady, Charles Biggs 523
Calmady, Mr Charles C 531
Calmady, Admiral Charles Holmes RN 525
Calmady, Francis John 523
Calmady, John 523
Calmady, Josias 521, 523
Calmady, Katerine 521
Calmady, Mrs Polexfen 523, 525, 531
Calmady, Sir Shilston 521, 523
Calmady, Vincent 521, 523
Camden, Earl 529
Carswell family 521
Carswell, Margaret 521
Carswell, Walter 521
Chamberlaine, Mr Robert 528, 530, 536-7
Cholwich, Andrew 521
Cholwich, Johanna 521
Cholwich, John (also Holdeche) 521
Cholwich, Thomas 521
Cholwich, William 520, 522
Chudleigh, Elizabeth 529
Chudleigh, Dame Frances 529
Clay, Dr 531
Cole, Bernard 517
Cole, Simon 521
Collier, Mr W F 523
Connell, Courtenay 521
Cornwall, Earl of 523, 531
Cory, Mr R 523
Courtenay, Edward 521
Courtenay family 523
Courtenay, Katerine 521
Courtenay, Sir Piers 521
Dawson, Mr Ralph 530
Down, Joel de 520
Down, John de 520
Down, John (2) 520
Down, Thomas de 520
Down, Walter 520
Edgar, King 518, 524
Edward the Confessor 522
Edward I 531
Elizabeth I 536-7
Everitt, Admiral Charles Holmes, RN 523, 525
Everitt, Polexfen 523
Exeter, Henry, Marquis of 523
Foster, Hewe 535
Gode 522
Heche 522
Hele, Sir Francis 529, 536-7
Hele, John 529, 536-7
Hele, Sir John 526, 528-30
Hele, Thomas 536-7
Hele, Sir Warwick 529-30, 536-7
Henry II 522
Henry III 520
Henry VIII 523, 527, 532-5
Holbeton, John 537
Howe, Sir John 532, 535
Howper, Richard (also Hooper) 526, 532-3
Hungerford, Sir Edward 529
James I 530, 536-7
Lockyer, Mr Thomas 529-31
Lockyer, Mr Thomas (2) 530-1
Luscombe, John 537
Mayne, Thomas 537
Molesworth, Mr 529
Phillimore 527-8
Pipard, Thomas (also Pipart) 522-3, 531-2
Pipard, William 522
Pipard, Sir William 522
Pipart, William (also Pipard) 522, 532
Pole, Sir William 521
Polexfen, Mr John 529
Popham, John 536-7
Prance, Mr H Penrose 521, 531
Pratt, Mr 529
Raleigh, Sir Walter 530
Reichel, Rev O J 520, 531
Rowse, Edmund 536
Rowse, Nicholas 536-7
Rowse, Thomas 537
Ryder, John Snr 526, 528, 534-5, 537
Ryder, John 526, 530
Ryder, Martin 526, 536-7
Ryder, Thomas 526, 536
Ryder, William 537
Scrivener 519
Skynner, Water, gent 535
Southampton, Earls of 528, 536-7
Steer Point 529
Stephen, Thomas 537
Thornton, Sir Edward 530
Totenais, Juhel de 520, 522
Victoria, Queen 527
Waldin 522
Warwyke, Ellis 528
William I, Conqueror 520, 522
Winland, John 523
Wivell, Elizabeth 521
Wivell, Family 521
Wivell, John 521
Wriothesley, Thomas 528