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Index to

The Book of Creech St Michael: Its Parish and Its People

by

June Small

Halsgrove Press, Tiverton (2000),

Index provided by Lora M. Beseler

<LBes989656@aol.com>

Contents

Foreword & Acknowledgments pp 5-10
Chapter 1 In the Beginning pp 10-13
Chapter 2 Court Leets & The Vestry pp 14-18
Chapter 3 Poor Laws, Militia, & Charities pp 19-27
Chapter 4 Manor House, Taxes, & Tithes pp 28-34
Chapter 5 Vicars & Churchwardens pp 35-37
Chapter 6 Church & Chapel pp 38-50
Chapter 7 Law, Order & Conflict pp 51-54
Chapter 8 Wills & Inventories pp 55-56
Chapter 9 Ales, Cider & Public Houses pp 57-66
Chapter 10 Agreiculture pp 67-78
Chapter 11 Creech St. Michael Primary School pp 79-88
Chapter 12 Parish Council pp 89-90
Chapter 13 Census pp 91-94
Chapter 14 Mills of the Parish pp 95-98
Chapter 15 Services & Communications pp 99-126
Chapter 16 Sports & Parish Activities pp 127-138
Chapter 17 People & Places pp 139-156
Conclusion p 157
List of subscribers in alphabetical order p158-159

Index

Ackland, Thomas Dyke- 68
Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke; agricultural report 60
Act of Burial (1668) 55
Act of Parliament (10 Oct 1781) 24
Adams, Jim; WWI 47
Adams, Joseph (1898) 52
Adams, Robert 53
Adsborough Hill; Edgeboro Hill (1800) 15
Adsborough Parish Rooms Charity (1916) 27
Adsborough; chapel at (photo) 48
Adsborough; hamlet; 18 houses 91
Adsborough; haymaking (photo) 78
Adsborough; three miles north 92
Aethulwulfe, King of Wessex 11
Agg, Robert (photo) 85
Agricultural Show; schedule (1890) 77
Alcock, George Herbt; Heathfield 92
Alexander, Mrs.; riding stable 147
Alfred the Great 11
Allen, Jonathan; marriage to Mary Hodge (1681) 49
Allen, Jonathan; of Creech (1687, 1688) 49
Allen, Richard; transported to Barbados on the "John" and sold to Captain W. Scott (24 Oct) 53
Alphine Cattery (photo) 152
Always, Frank (1898) 52
Amains, Hugone 12
Ancient Order of Shepherds (1930 photo) 26
Ancient Order of Shepherdsp; Friendly Society 73
Ande, Waltero 12
Andersfield; hundred 91, 92
Andrews, Henry 53
Andrews, J.P., Esq.; Berks County (1611) 21
Anne, Queen; coat of arms 39
Anning, Mrs. Eliza 92
apple orchard (1 Nov 1999) 58
Archbishop of Taunton (1364) 36
Archer, F.; Vicar (1702) 36
Arnold & Hancock; brewery (1897) 61
Arnold, S.W. & Son (1897) 61
Arnold, Timothy (photo) 85
Arundell's Farm 81
Arundell, Mary (1796) 31
Arundells (photo) 149
Arundells Farm; once owned by Foxwell family; built 1600's; thatched, now tiled 147
Assize Courts (1640-1659) 51
Aude, Johanne 12
Auger, Rogero 12
Ayln, Willelmo 12
 
B.L.F. Motors 152
Bagot & Co. (1800) 15
Bailey Bridge (photo) 97
Bailey, Robt.; billman 24
Bailey, Stephen (photo) 85
Baker, Henry; apprenticed to George Shepherd at Coal Harbour (1782-1788) 25
Baker, Henry; coffin 20
Baker, John; apprenticed to Thomas Dyer at Court Barton (1782-1788) 25
Bale, William Water; Adsborough 92
Ball, Melanie (photo) 154
Ball, Thomas; his "x"; see John Pierce 56
Bandey, Stephanie (photo) 85
Banfield, Robert 52
Baptism records; bastards (1835 copy ) 22
Baptist Chapel; village outing (1934 photo) 48
Barlinch, E.; Vicar (1364) 36
Barlynch, Edmund (1364) 36
Baron, Jo. 20
Barrington, Robt. Jas.; Ham 92
Barry, Angela (photo) 154
Barthon, J.; Vicar (1353) 36
Bartlett, Frederick; headmaster (1883) 80
Bartlett, George (photo 1957) 135
Bartlett, Louise (photo) 128
Barton, Johanne de 12
Bastardy orders 22
Bastardy Orders (1683) 21
Bates, Mrs. (photo 1977) 136
Bath; diocese 92
Bathpool 143
Bathpool (1826) 103
Bathpool (1964) 99
Baths & Washhouses Act (1927) 115
Batstone, Gladys; lived at Laurel Villa, Northend (photo) 144
Batstone, Lisa (photo) 128
Batt, T.; Vicar (1651) 36
Bawdrip, George; Heathfield 92
Beale, John 24
Bearde, John; blacksmith of Michell Creek (1611) 21
Beare, Thomas; pekeman 24
Beggars & Vagabonds Act (1495) 19
Bell Inn 61, 75, 157
Bell Inn (1787) 25
Bell Inn (1934 photo) 26
Bell Inn (1940's photo) 8
Bell Inn (photo) 62
"Bell Inn, The", licensed 1824 (1781) 60
Bellringer, Edward; informant 52
Bellringers (photo early 1900's) 136
Bendall, James; surgeon 90
Bendall, James, Esq. 90
Bennett, Wm. Geo.; Langaller 92
"Bensland"; field 69
Berenger, Willelmo 12
Best, Stanley; owner of garage and teashop 151
Best, Willelmo 12
Bevan, Chris (1998 photo) 89
Biffen, Mrs.; Castle cottage 92
Bigwood & Partners, Ltd.; Walford Cross (photo) 151
Bigwood, Keith 151
Bishop of Canterbury (1689) 105
Bishop, A. & C. (butcher's van photo) 8
Bishop, Charlie (1937 photo) 70
Bishop, Cuthbert (1937 photo) 70
Bishop, Graham (photo) 85
Bishop, Mr.; "x4" 103
Bishop, Mrs. Rose 92
Bishop, R. and C.; shop (photo 1970's) 100
Black Death (1348-1368) 19
Blackbrook Inn 61
Blackmores, Misses Lizzie & Cassie (photo) 7
Blacksmith; next door to Bell Inn 75
Blacksmiths; Pincombes (photo) 126
Blagdon Hill; flint source 122
Blockhouse; near Charlton (photo) 115
"Blue Ball, The" (1779-1786) 60
Board, John; of Bridgewater; married Elizabeth Savidge 39
Bobbett trade coin 107
Bobbett, David (1758) 15
Bobbett, Edmund; apprenticed Elizabeth Stallenge (1672) 25
Bobbett, Edmund; killed polecat 145
Bobbett, John (1730) 145
Bobbett, John; father of Joan (1740) 145
Bobbett, John; owner of Ship Inn (1740) 145
Bobbett, Mary (1665) 145
Bobbett, Mary, Miss; apprenticed Will Mayland (1782-1788) 25
Bobbett, Miss; of Foxhole; last Bobbett name mentioned 145
Bobbett, Misses (photo) 129
Bobbett, Mr. (1897) 52
Bobbett, Mrs.; husband had traced family back to King Alfred 145
Bobbett, Richard (1730) 145
Bobbett, Richard; worked Ham Mill 106, 145
Bobbett, Robert (1758) 15
Bobbett, Robert; Ham Mill trade coin (line drawing) 107
Bobbett, Robert; worked Ham Mill 106, 145
Bobbett, Thomas; light horseman 145
Bobbett, Timothy (1789) 145
Bobbett, V., Mr.; his brothers (1689) 104
Bobbett, Will 89
Bobbett, William farmed Cathill (1894) 145
Bobbett, William; Cathill Farm 92
Bobbett, William; farmer; Cathill 90
Bobbetts; parish records for 354 years beginning in 1569 145
Bobbitt, Thomas; light horseman 24
Boggan, David; estate agent since 1985 153
Boggan, Jenny; designer florist, wife of David Boggan 153
Boklund, W.De; Vicar (1320) 36
Bond, James, Mr. 90
Bond, Rchd.; light horseman 24
Bond, Richard; billman 24
Bonde, John; billman 24
Bonetheforde, Thoma 12
Boon, Mr. (1825) 16
Booth; see Richard Allen 53
Bowles, B. (photo 1977) 136
Bownes, J.; Vicar (1877) 36
Bownes, James; Vicar (1838); bell 45
Bownes, James, Vicar; plaque 27
Bownes, Mrs.; Old Vicarage 92
Bownes, Rev. James, M.A.; vicar (1872-1901) 92
Bownes, Reverend (Oct 1894) 89
Bowthorpe, Dr. & family 31
Bowthorpe, Dr. (photo) 130
Bowthorpe, Dr.; buyer of Court Barton from Dunn family (1980's) 29
Boyce, Sally; American visitor (photo) 85
Boyer, Mary 61
Bradford, Will 20
Brandon, William Maxwell; of Stagumber Brewery (1844) 61
Brass; bakers (1861-1931) 93
Brass, Billy; baker; photographer 147
Brass, G.; sub-postmaster and stonemason (1859) 103
Brass, George; constable (1834) 51
Brass, George; mason 90
Brass, George; sub-postman 90
Brass, John; mason; advertisement 93
Brass, Mr.; baker; Holly Cottage 99
Brass, Mr.; "x2" 103
Brass, Robert; mason 90
Brass, Thomas; tailor 90
Brass, William Thomas 92
Brass, William; mason 90
Breche, Stoephano atte 12
Brewer, Edward; borhter of Samuel Brewer; will of Edward (1764) 55
Brewer, John; shopkeeper & coal dealer 90
Brewer, Samuel (will 1764) 55
Brickyard Farm; Bull Street (orchard photo) 59
Bridewell 53
Bridge Stores; post office 103
Bridgewater 110
Bridgewater 53
Bridgewater-Taunton Canal (15 July 1842) 117
Bridgwater 11
Bridgwater & Taunton Navigation Act (1832) 105
Bridgwater - Taunton Canal (photo) 10
Bridgwater; port; wool trade 97
Bridgwater, Lord (1689) 105
Bridgwater-Taunton Canal Company (Taunton Courier Wed 3 Jan 1827) 109
Bridport (1689) 104
Bright, Mr. 115
Bristol 53, 92, 103
Bristol (1938) 81
British Legion 47
British Print Corporation; millowner (1965) 95
Broadshole (1689) 104
Brodie, Andrew; headmaster (1990-1996) 81
Brooks, Frederick 92
Brooks, George 92
Brooks, Mr.; of Charlton (photo) 70
Broom, William; carpenter; Ham 90
Brother Gerald; Prior of Montacute (1364) 36
Brown, Merlyn; headmaster (1987-1990) 81
Brumville, parish of; see Matthew Lyndon will (1716) 55
Brunel, Isambad Kingdon; engineering designer 103
Bryant 20
Bryant, C.; carpenter (1973) 41
Bryant, Gwyneth (1998 photo) 89
Bryant, Mr. 20
Buckland Cottage; Police House; in Creech Heathfield 51
Buckland St. Mary; flint source 122
Bucknell, John; "overseer of the poor" (9 April 1833) 18
Bude 110
Bull Street 67
Bull Street; Brickyard Farm (orchard photo) 59
Bull Street; map (line drawing) 68
Bull Street; maunds; basket-makers 57
Bull Street; old track to Sheepham Moor (photo) 72
Bull Street; post office 103
Bull Street; roller (photo c. 1914) 120
Bull Street; tithe map (line drawing) 23
Bull, Farmer (1853) 16
Bull, Sam 20
Bullen, Richard (c. 1816) 139
Bult, H., and Sons 151
Bults, H.; formerly Drakes Barton 126
Buncombe, Edwin Abraham; farmer; Theates 90
Buncombes; orchard of Peppercotes 79
Burge, James; husband of Sarah Burge; of North Petherton 79
Burge, Sarah; wife of James Burge; of North Petherton 79
Burge, Thomas (1677) 49
Burridge, Elizabeth; apprenticed John Wright (1792) 25
Burroughs, George; farmer; Little Creech 90
Burrowbridge; River Parret 119
Burrowe, Thomas; archer 24
Buss, Thomas (1687) 49
 
C.R. Morris, Sons & Peard, Messrs; auctioneers 138
C?? Harbour (1689) 104
Cabbal, Willelmo 12
Calbreath, Will. (1687) 49
Canal 'planet depiction' (photo) 112
Canal festival; of boats (photo 1990's) 126
Canal main bridge (photo) 112
Canal route (map) 111
Canal weed-cleaning (photo) 113
Cannington 137
Capper, Walter; archer 24
Cardinal Wolsey 57
Carey, J., Dr. (photo retirement 1920's) 142
Carey, Norah (1998 photo) 89
Carpenter, De Florencin 12
Castle Hotel; Taunton 138
Castle Mulch; soil business; sign (photo) 155
Cathill; Bobbett home (photo) 145
Cavalier, The; restaurant (1970's) 97
Cely family; Charlton Chapel 39
Cely, Edward (1782) 139
Cely, Edward; of Charlton 29
Cely-Trevillion family; coat of arms 39
Celys; of Charlton 31
Censuses; population trades 91
Chancellor (1689) 105
Channer & Channer; solicitors, Taunton, Milverton & Wivelscombe 138
Chapell; boy 37
Chappell, Edmund 37
Chappell, Henry (1666) 37
Chappell, John; see John Pierce 56
Chappell, John; son (1688) 37
Chappell, Sam 20
Chappell, Will (30 Jan 1674) 37
Chapple, Elizabeth; "ancient feeble woman" (1676) 49
Chapple, Will (30 Jan 1676 & 1685) 45
Chard 103
Chard canal (line drawing map) 117
Chard canal bridge; remains (photo) 117
Chard canal junction (line drawing) 116
Chard; canal link 95
Chard, John S.; cowkeeper; Ham 90
Charles I 97
Charles I; coat of arms 39
Charles II; illegitimate son; Lyme Regis 53
Charlton 49, 61, 69
Charlton 49
Charlton (1826) 103
Charlton Chapel; Pococke & Cely families 39
Charlton Droveway (photo) 126
Charlton Estate; 21 Sept 1929 sale poster for estate sale 138
Charlton folk (photo 1920) 140
Charlton Gate; sheepstealing (1668) 52
Charlton House 138, 139
Charlton House (photo) 140
Charlton Manor (photo) 54
Charlton Manor; formerly "Charlton Farm" 139
Charlton Marsh (1807) 16
Charlton Orchard (photo) 139
Charlton Orchard; presently 16 hectares 139
Charlton Orchards; cider tree business; partners Matthew Freudenberg and Robin Small 155
Charlton Pumping Station; ordnance survey map (1889) 98
Charlton Road 126, 147
Charlton Road (photo) 5
Charlton Road; hedge 69
Charlton; hamlet; seven houses, five farms 91
Charlton; Lashpool Green (1756) 15
Charlton; one mile NE 92
Chead, Will (1687) 49
Cheads Cottages; Northend 49
Cheads House; Society of Friends 49
Cheats corner 147
Cherletone, Agnette 12
Chichester, Bishop of (1689) 105
Church 92
Church Choir (c. 1930 photo) 46
Church Council (1980's) 43
Church exterior (photo) 44
Church House (see New Inn) 23
Church House; public house 145
Church House; "Riverside Inn"; ale first sold 60
Church of St. Peter 11
Church pew (photo) 43
Church tower view (photo) 146
Churchales 57
Cider pressing; November 1st 57
Clarke, Edward; MP (1689) 105
Clarke, Michael; Heathfield 92
Class 2 (early 1900's photo) 83
Class of 1969 (photo) 85
Clifton Suspension Bridgewater 103
cloth industry 53
Cluniac Monks of Montacute 39
Coal Harbour 25, 39
Coal Harbour (drawing, mid-1800's) 32
Coal Harbour (map 1889) 33
Coal Harbour Farm (photo) 97
Coal Harbour; Bobbett home 145
Coal Harbour, Ham 23
Coal wharf; ordnance survey map (1889) 109
Coalharbour; James Stowey & Company 123
Cogload; near Charlton 103
Cold Harbour 106
Cold Harbour Farm; Coal Harbour Farm; fireplace (1679) 97
Coleman, Peter (photo 1950) 135
Coleman, Ted (photo 1950) 135
Coles, Edward; see Richard Sidgewick 52
Coles, Kay (photo) 128
Coles, Samuel (1897) 52
Coles, William; constable (1834) 51
Collard, Hugh; churchwarden (1787) 37
Collard, Hugh; Ham Bridge (1763) 31
Collery, M. (1931) 36
Collett, Mrs. (photo 1977) 136
Collins, Elizabeth; Hannah femal bastard 21
Collins, Henry (1684) 22
Collins, Henry; yeoman (Easter 1683) 21
Combe 122
Combe Sydenham (photo) 36
Comber, Thomas; Vicar 35
Comber, Thomas; Vicar (1800) 34
Combes, George; of Charlton 79
Compulsion Act (1878) 85
Conertone, Gilberto de 12
Conservator's Byelaws; for navigation (1825) 107
Constables 20
Convent of Montacute 34
Cooking, Geo. 20
Coombe; two miles N 92
Coombe, George (+1929 intestate) 139
Coombe, George; Charlton House 92
Coombe, George; farmer; Charlton 90
Coombe, George; owner of Court Barton 92
Coombe, George; sold Court Barton 1929 29
Coombe, George, Esq. 138
Coombe, Mr. 90
Coombes, George; apprenticed Betty Fogarty (1782-1788) 25
Coombes, George, Mr. 137
Cooper, John (1763) 15
Corbel in church (line drawing) 41
Corbett and Hall; car sales (photo) 152
Corbett, David; owner of Corbett and Hall 152
Corbett, T.; manufacturer of cheesemaking tools; advertisement (1894) 72
Corn Stooks; Hyde Lane (1999 photo) 66
Cornawell, John 53
Cornwall; china clay source 95
Cottage Loaf Bakery; Marsley (photo) 148
Cottage; opposite Northend (photo) 64
Cottage; typical farm (line drawing) 21
Counsell, John (photo 1960) 135
Country Gentleman's Catalogue (1894) 72
Country Hardwoods (photo) 155
Country Styles; hair salon (photo) 154
Court Barton 25, 138
Court Barton (1592) 29
Court Barton (photo) 31
Court Barton Chapel 39
Court Barton Farm; sale advertisement 30
Court Barton; George Coombe esq. Owner 92
Court Barton; manor house 15
Court Barton; manor house of Creech St. Michael (photo) 28
Court Leet; parish assembly 67
Court Leet; records 15
Court Leets 89
Cox, Betty; spinster; will of Samuel Brewer (1764) 55
Cox, Henry Herbert; Hill House 92
Cox, James Blatch 49
Craft guilds; Friendly Societies 25
Craftsmen 75
Cranston, Julianna 12
Creech 89
Creech (1826) 103
Creech Bridge (1627) 123
Creech Bridge (1853) 16
Creech Bridge (photo) 110
Creech Common (1808) 16
Creech football team (photo 1957) 133
Creech Fruit and Vegetable (photo) 154
Creech Halt 127
Creech Heathfield 27, 49
Creech Heathfield (1804) 15
Creech Heathfield (1992) 99
Creech Heathfield; common land; tithe map (line drawing) 69
Creech Heathfield; doctor 126
Creech Heathfield; gravel pits 122
Creech Heathfield; hamlet; 15 tenements 91
Creech Heathfield; one mile N 92
Creech Heathfield; see Hurley 27
Creech Junction 103
Creech Mill (Oct 1830) 106
Creech Mills 16
Creech St. Michael Church of England Primary School; see National and Voluntary School 79
Creech St. Michael Funeral Directors (photo) 154
Creech St. Michael; looking north (1950's line drawing) 93
Creech Station (1938-39) 103
Creech; children (photo 1970) 121
Creech-Ham; sewer works (1955) 99
Creechwood (photo); 1559, 1619 10
Creechwood Terrace 13, 69
Creek St. Michael; Creech St. Michael 92
Cresswell, Cobet H.H. (+1907) 92
Cresswell, Henry; Vicar (1825) 17
Cresswell, J.; Vicar (1813) 36
Creswell, C., Esq.; and Mrs. 90
Crice 11, 13
Crice, manor of 11
Criche 11
Crocker, John M.; churchwarden; plaque (1886) 27
Crook, J.; Vicar (1457) 36
Crosse, Alex; archer 24
Crosse, John 24
Crosse, John; Langaller (1679); will inventory 56
Crosse, Richard; pekeman 24
Crosse, Richard, Esq.; Justice of the Peace (1683) 21
Crowcombe 89
Crown Inn 126
Crown Inn (1920's photo) 65
Crown Inn (photo) 62
Crown Inn; Creech Heathfield 61
Crown Inn; nicknamed "The Drum and Monkey" 147
Crown, Creech Heathfield 93
"Crown, The" 60
"Cruch" (Welsh Hill) 11
Cruk 11
Cuff, Robert; tomb (1597) 92
Cuffe family (1535, 1633) 29
Cuffe tomb (1595) 29
Cuffe; Court Barton 55
Cuffe; tomb 39, 43
Cuffe, Anne; married Francis Warre (1535) 29
Cuffe, Grace; wife of Mr. Cuffe 21
Cuffe, James; knighted by Charles II 29
Cuffe, John (1556); burial 55
Cuffe, Mr.; Lord of the Manor; wife Grace 21
Cuffe, Richard, Esq. 24
Cuffe, Robert (1582) 60, 61
Cuffe, Robert; magistrate in Taunton (1592) 29
Cuffe, Robert; son of John Cuffe; tomb 55
Cuffe, Robert; tomb & coat of arms (photo) 41
Cuffe, Thomas; father of James Cuffe 29
Culverwell 20
Culverwell, Woodehouse, farmer; Ham 90
Curry Rival; Trevillions of Middleney 39
Curvallion House (1815); home of Savidge 150
 
Dalton, Rev. John Philip (1911) 92
Danes; ale 57
Darbie, Mrs. Love; owner of the New Inn 23
Dare, John 90
Dart, William; WWI 47
Davis, Dai; constable (1950-1960's); rugby player 51
Day, Alec; WWI 47
Day, Alfred; The Rock; Adsborough 92
Day, Charles; coal merchant; maltster; corn dealer 90
Day, David; The Villa 92
Day, Garnett; Adsborough 92
Day, George; farmer; Long Allen 90
Day, George; Heathfield 92
Day, Gordon; WWI 47
Day, James; churchwarden; plaque (1886) 27
Day, Mr.; proprietor of Longellen 27
Day, Mrs.; Bridge House 92
Day, William; Adsborough 92
Day, Worthy 89
Days; Adsborough; Long Aller 93
de Barton, Johanne 12
De Boklund, W.; Vicar (1320) 36
de Conertone, Gilberton 12
de Edfield, Godefrido 12
de Hamme, Alicia 12
de Hamme, Richardo 12
de Hideberghe, Willelmo 12
De Hornley, W.; Vicar (1327) 36
de Langire, Odone de 12
de Mayns, Galfrodo 12
de Moine, William 13
De Shepton, C.; Vicar (1327) 36
de Shepton, Reverend (1350's) 42
de Wellsford, De Rogero 12
Dean, Albert Edwin; New Inn 92
Deane, Taunton; owner of business units 155
Dereham, Mary; of Bristol 79
Derham, Roy (photo) 85
Diamond Jubilee; of Queen 131
"Dibbles"; field 69
Dillons House (photo) 147
Dillons Road 147
Dinham, Robert 20
Dissolution of Monasteries 1536 29
Dobbie, C.D., and Partners; consultant engineers 119
Dobin, John (1677) 49
Domesday Book(1086) 11
Dominey, Tom (photo 1950's) 125
Dowell, Tom; Adsboro' 92
Dowlin's Charity; for the poor 92
Dowlin's Charity; will of Jane Dowlin (18 Aug 1862); plaque 27
Dowlin, Jane (will 1855) 27
Drakes Barton; presently H. Bults 126
Drakes Farm; Creech Heathfield (photo) 151
Drew, George; Ham 90
Drew, William 92
Drewe, D.; butcher shop (photo) 148
Drewe, Dennis and Nora (photo 1947) 144
Drewe, Nora; with Mary Mitchell (photo 1961) 119
Drewe, W.G.; purveyor of meat; advertisement 93
Drewe, William George (photo 1940) 144
Driw, Roberto 12
Duke, Herbie; in motorbike sidecar (photo) 125
Duke, M.; WWI 47
Duke, Mr.; New Inn 123
Dunn family; bought Court Barton 1929 29
Dunn, Francis; Court Barton 92
Dunning, J., Mr.; of West Monkton 79
Dunning, J.D., Mr. 90
Dunning, John 89
Dunning, John D.; farmer; landowner; Court Barton 90
Dunning, Miss; school associate since 1873 47
Dunning, Misses; Heathfield Villa 92
Dunster 53
Durham 137
Durmans; cob farmhouse 119
Durston (1826) 103
Durston Parish; boundaries described 126
Dyer; millowner 95
Dyer, Charles; boot & shoemaker; Adsborough 90
Dyer, Charlotte; younger sister of Kezia C. Dyer 143
Dyer, George; butcher (1827) 22
Dyer, George; father of Kezia Dyer; husband of Jemima; died 1872 Creech St. Michael, gravesite unknown 143
Dyer, James; surgeon; accountant to Canal Company 93
Dyer, Jemima; mother of Dezia; wife of George; died 1899, buried Creech St. Michael, gravesite unknown 143
Dyer, John 61
Dyer, John; "Bell Inn" (1781) 60
Dyer, John; brother of Mary Dyer (1825) 16
Dyer, John; son of John Dyer 61
Dyer, Joseph; farmer 90
Dyer, Kezia Catherine; "Kate" (+Feb 1913) 143
Dyer, Mary 20
Dyer, Mary; wife of William Dyer and sister of John Dyer (1825) 16
Dyer, Sarah, widow of John Dyer, son of John Dyer 61
Dyer, Thomas; Court Barton; apprenticed John Baker (1782-1788) 25
Dyer, Thomas; will of Ann Seagar 27
Dyer, William; husband of Mary Dyer (1825) 16
Dyke-Ackland, Thomas; report on women in farming (1851) 68
Dykes, Henry; postmaster; postmark (1894) 103
 
Easton, John; brother William (Feb 1797) 106
Eathstan; Bishop of Winchester 11
Edfield, Godefrido de 12
Edgeboro Hill; Adsborough Hill (1800) 15
Education Act (1870) 79
Edward II 34
Edward III 19
Edward VII, King 42
Edward, King 11
Edwards, Roland (1937 photo) 70
Elizabeth I; Justices of the Peace 19
Elizabeth I, Queen (1558) 42
Ellett, Chris (photo 1960) 135
Elliott, John 21
Elsom, Will; apprenticed to George Knight and Will Lyle (1782-1788) 25
Elsom, Will. 20
Elys, Sbtax Thos. 12
Enclosure Act (1839) 69
Engine Cottage; Charlton; Sid Hawkins 115
England, John (1745) 57
England, John; animal inventory 56
Escood, Philip (1677) 49
Exeter 92
Exon, Bernard 53
Exon, T.; Vicar (1781) 36
Exon, Thomas; father of Thomas Exon 36
Exon, Thomas; son of Thomas Exon (+1792) 36
Exon, Thomas; Vicar 34
Exon, Thomas, Rev. & Mrs.; apprenticed Martha Hodder (1782-1788) 25
Exte, Nicholato 12
 
Farrance, George; toll non-payment (1857) 111
Fell, Robert; Postmaster 153
Fiennes, Celia; 17th century Somerset tour 97
Fiennes, Celia; journey through Somerset and Creech (1689) 57
Fiennes, Celia; journey to Ham Mill (1689) 106
Finch family; basket makers (1861-1931) 93
Finch, Arthur Bertram; Ham 92
Finch, Frederick 92
Finch, Mr.; basketmaker; see Mr. Waites 71
Finlayson, Eric (photo 1957) 133
Fishlock, Vanessa (photo) 85
Flax; Trafalgar ships 73
Fleke, Petro 12
Floyd, Mrs. (photo 1970's) 100
Fogarty, Betty; apprenticed to George Coombes (1782-1788) 25
Fogarty, Mary 20
Font (14th c) in church (photo) 41
Football team; village (photo 1960) 135
Ford, Nigel (photo) 154
Forde, Amiana 12
Forsyth, Jim (photo1957) 133
Foster, Abraham; farmer 90
Foster, Henry; farmer; Creech Heathfield 90
Foster, William Lea; of Taunton 79
Foxhole 110
Foxhole; Bobbett home 145
Foxwell, Benjamin; Bell Inn 92
Foxwell, Benjamin; landlord of Bell Inn 147
Foxwell, Brian (photo 1950) 135
Foxwell, Mr. 115, 116
Foxwell, Tris (photo 1950) 135
Foxwell, Tristram (photo 1950) 130
Foyle, Tony (photo 1960) 135
Francis; family; post office 103
Francis, Mr. 123
Francis, Mr.; first phone "x1" 103
Francis, Ray (photo 1950) 135
Francis, William Thos. 92
Francis, William; DDWFS; bell 45
Franklin, John (1776) 15
Freudenberg, Matthew; partner with Robin Small of Charlton Orchards 155
Friend, John; Taunton businessman; paper on Tone navigation sent to Parliament (1689) 104
Friendly Society; Ancient Order of Shepherds 73
Frier, Harry; artist (*1849 Edinburgh) 143
Frost, Harriet, Mrs.; brewer & maltster; Ham 90
Frost, Mr. 131
Fry's Chocolate Factory; Bristol 81
Fry, Edmund (1709) 47
Fry, George; mason 90
Fry, Mary Snook 20
Fry, Miss Emily; Dillon's Farm 92
Fry, Walter; Heathfield 92
Fry, William; mason 90
Fuller's Teasels (1189) 73
Furlonger, Nicholas (photo) 85
 
Gabriel; pastor (1830) 49
Gaile, Julian (photo) 85
Gale, Francis 49
Gale, J.; Vicar (1666) 36
Gale, J.; Vicar (1704) 36
Gale, John; Vicar & his son Vicar 36
Gean, Helen (photo) 85
George III 109
George V, King; coronation festivities (photo 1910) 132
George, King; jubilee 81
Gerald, Brother; Prior of Montacute (1364) 36
Gibbs, Edward; merchant; Creech mills 90
Giles, John 24
Gill, Nicholas; transported to Jamaica (25 Oct) 53
Gillets, Benjamin, Mr. 111
Glass, medieval church (photo) 36
Goddard, Miss (photo 1969) 142
Godfrey, Elijah; collector of rates & grocer 90
Godfrey, Francis; farmer; Adsborough 90
Godfrey, Will; shop (1690) 60
Godfrey, William; Walford House; descendants 56
Godfrey, Wm.; Walford Farm 92
Godfreys; Walford 93
Godolphin, Lord (1689) 105
Godwin, John; billman 24
Godwin, Michele; headmaster (1997) 81
Golby, Reverend (1922 photo) 46
Goldsmith, Sergeant; see Richard Sidgewick 52
Golley, Reverend 47
Gore, J.; Vicar (1546) 36
Gore, Reverend 42
Gosse, R.; Vicar (1427) 36
Govier, Eddie (1937 photo) 70
Govier, Francis P.; farmer; Rockett's Farm 90
Grafton, Nicola (photo) 85
Great Western; railway 92
Green, Simon (photo) 85
Grey, Mrs.; schoolmistress 90
Grist Mill 34
Gudgridge, Lawrence; alleged father of Elizabeth Sealey's child (4 June 1824) 16
Gunhilde 11
 
H. Bult and Sons 151
Ham 97
Ham (1825, 1853) 16
Ham Bill (1708) 105
Ham Bridge (1627) 123
Ham Bridge (1763) 31
Ham Bridge; over the River Tone (photo) 17
Ham footbridge (photo) 123
Ham Mill 106, 139
Ham Mill (c. 1890 photo) 34
Ham Mill (drawing, mid-1800's) 32
Ham Mill (maps 1889 & 1950's) 33
Ham Mill (photo 2000) 107
Ham Mill (photo) 107
Ham Mill; Bobbett Lane 145
Ham Mill; from a painting (1897) 97
Ham Moor (1779) 15
Ham Moor; common land 69
Ham Wharf 107
Ham; at Coal Harbour Farm (early 1900's photo) 94
Ham; hamlet; ten houses 91
Ham; one mile SE 92
Ham; "The White Horse" (1750) 60
Ham; weir (photo) 108
Ham, road at (photo) 17
Hamme 11
Hamme, Alidia de 12
Hamme, Richardo de 12
Hammett, Mr.; engineer from Taunton (1880) 116
Hancock, Arnold and; brewery (1897) 61
Hancock, Derek; owner of Creech Fuit and Vegetable 154
Hancock, Mary 20
Hancock, Will (1897) 61
Handole; child 20
Handole, George; apprenticed to Thomas Wetch 25
Handoll, John; parish clerk 90
Hankridge Farm 61
Hannah; female bastard of Elizabeth Collins (Easter 1683) 21
Hannynge, Thos. 24
Harlow, Tim; managing director of Somerset Caravans 153
Harris, Chris; runs Sedgemoor Honey Farm; Westview 151
Harris, Lewis; hanged at Keynsham 53
Hart, Elizabeth (photo) 85
Harvey, Charles 92
Harvey, Charles; parish councillor 144
Harvey, George; WWI 47
Harvey, Mr. 115, 116
Haskins, Oliver; and wife; village boot and shoemaker 147
Hastings, Lord 29
Hawkins, Michael; headmaster (2000) 81
Hawkins, Sid 115
Hawkins, Sid and sister; Engine Cottage 115
Hayball, Will 24
Haydon, F.T., Mr.; porter (1939) 103
Hayes, Wm.; archer 24
Haymaking (early 1900's photo) 66
Haymaking; Adsborough (photo) 78
Haywarden 67
Haywood, Roy (1998 photo) 89
"Hearn's Ground"; field 69
Hearn, John 53
Hearn, Thomas 20
Hearn, Thos. 20
Hearne, John, Senr. 53
Hearth Tax (1665) 29
Heathfield House 69
Heathfield Nurseries (photo); owner Tom Richards 63
Hector, Thos.; White House; Ham 92
Hector, Zella (photo) 154
Hele, Eli; carpenter 90
Hele, Levi; farmer 90
Henlade 103
Henry II (1118) 24
Henry III (1269) 11
Henry VIII, King 42
Herbert, Lord (1689) 105
Herebyne, Willelmo 12
Hestercombe; Francis Warre of 29
Hexte, Wallero 12
Hideberghe, Willelmo de 12
Highways Act (1857) 16
Hill, Herbert; WWI 47
Hills, John; pauper; 90 years of age 93
Hinkley Point Power Station (1968) 99
Hitchcock, John; shoemaker 90
Hitchcock, Robert; shoemaker; North End 90
Hobbs, H.C., Mr.; porter (1939) 103
Hodder, Martha; apprenticed to Rev. & Mrs. Thomas Exon (1782-1788) 25
Hodge, Mary; marriage to Jonathan Allen (1681) 49
Hokers, Johanna 12
Holder, M.; managing director of Langdon 152
Hole, Diana (photo) 128
Holley, Jack (photo 1950) 135
Holley, John (photo 1957) 133
Holley, John (photo 1960) 135
Holly Cottage (photo) 99
Holly Cottage; home of Billy Brass 147
Holly Cottage; post office 103
Holmes, R.; Vicar (1956) 36
Holyday, Mrs.; Heathfield 92
Home Guard; WWII (photo) 50
Hooper; postman (photo 1960's) 119
Hooper, Ann; daughter of Mary Boyer 61
Hooper, D. (Bishop butcher's assistant) 8
Hooper, Doug; butcher (photo) 144
Hooper, Douglas (1937 photo) 70
Hooper, George; animal inventory 56
Hooper, George; brewhouse (1734) 57
Hooper, Jim; WWI 47
Hooper, Mrs.; school caretaker; lived on Pig Barrel Lane (photo) 144
Hooper, Thomas; husband of Ann Hooper 61
Hooper, Thomas; petition against; warrant; bond (1659) 51
Hooper, Tony (photo 1950) 135
Hopkins Abbatoir (photo 1922) 118
Hopkins, A.C. 153
Hopkins, Charles 92
Hopkins, Charlie
WWI 47
Hopkins, William; butcher 90
Hopkins, William; butcher; married Emma Howe (1890) 153
Hopkirk, Gail (photo) 85
House, Clive (photo) 85
House, Francis Trivitt; Langaller 92
House, Mrs.; Linton Villa 92
House, Richard; brickmaker & farmer 90
Howard; see Nicholas Gill 53
Howard, Edwin Thomas, Esq. 90
Howard, Mr. Edward T. 92
Howard, William; owner of Court Barton (1861) 29
Howe, Emma; daughter of village grocer; married William Hopkins (1890) 153
Howe, Robert 89
Howe, Robert; shopkeeper 90
Howe, Susan (photo) 85
Howse, Nicholas 53
Hoyle, Henry 53
Hubbard, Charlie(photo 1950) 135
Huggins, Paula (photo) 85
Hunt; gardeners 93
Hunt, Fred (1998 photo) 89
Hunt, George; gardener 90
Hunt, Hy.; Heathfield 92
Hunt, James Badman; North End Villa 92
Hunt, James; Manor Farm 92
Hunt, John; farmer; Ham 90
Hunt, John; owner of animal transport company 154
Hunt, Sarah; owner Creech Heathfield Salon (photo) 154
Hunt, Thomas 79
Hunt, Thomas; nurseryman 90
Hunt, William; bell ringer 81
Hunts; Northend 93
Hurford, Beaulah 75
Hurley Charity 27
Hurley, George; tailor 90
Hurley, Mr.; of Old Market Street, Bristol; owner of Rowsells land in 27
Hurne, Matilda atte 12
Hurrell, Mr; and class (1884 photo) 82
Hurrell, Mr. 85
Hurrell, Mr.; headmaster (1905) 80
Hurrell, Mrs. 85
Hurrell, Mrs.; schoolmaster's wife; first WI Treasurer 137
Hurrell, Mrs.; wife of headmaster (1906) 81
Hurrell, William 92
Hurst, Ivy (photo 1977) 137
Husk Farm; Laburnum Terrace (photo) 14
Hussey, William; "Bell Inn" (1781) 60
Hussey, William; of Salisbury; owner of Court Barton (19th c) 29
Hut; WI (photo 1994 before demolition) 137
Hutchins, Owen (photo 1950) 135
Huton, John 52
Hyde Lane 122, 147
Hyde Lane; corn stooks (1999 photo) 66
 
Ilchester 53
Ilford (1938) 81
Ina, King; of Wessex (728 AD) 57
Infant class (1883 photo) 82
Iron shoe (photo) 115
Isaac Cook & Sons 117
 
J.V. Garages; car services and repairs (photo) 152
James Stowey & Company; Coalharbour 123
James, Les (photo 1957) 133
Jamieson, Nigel; Charlton Fruit and Flower Farm truck 151
Jay, Will; of Thurloxton 52
Jeffries, Judge 53
Jenkins, Helen (photo) 128
Jenkins, Mr and Mrs; owners of Alpine Cattery 152
Jenkins, Samuel George 92
Jenney, Richard; The Lodge 92
Jennings, Mr.; saddler of Taunton (1890) 77
Jenny, Captain 89
Jewell, Fred (photo 1950) 135
"John"; ship; see Richard Allen 53
John, King 139
Johnson, Audrey (photo 1970) 136
Jones, Anna (photo) 85
Jones, K.; Vicar (1965) 36
Jones, Mark (photo) 85
Jones, Reverend (photo 1969) 142
Joseph of Barbados; father of Reverend Osternan (1870) 36
"Joshua Moor"; field 69
 
Kelland, Will 89
Kelland, Wm. Hy.; Theats Farm 92
Kensington (1938) 81
Ketch, Fred (photo 1960) 135
Kewer, Richard 20
Keyte; stone 39
Kimberley, Robert (1789) 20
King Ina; of Wessex (728 AD) 57
King John 139
King Offa (787 AD) 31
King, Richard K.M., Esq. 90
Kingdon, Mr. 116, 127
Kingdon, Mr.; and wife and schoolhouse (1929 photo) 84
Kingdon, Mr.; headmaster 47
Kingdon, Mr.; jubilee celebration (1935 photo) 84
Kingdon, Mr.; school swim awards (1970 photo) 86
Kingdon, Mr.; village schoolmaster; swim instructor 114
Kingdon, S., Mr.; headmaster 131
Kingdon, S.C.K.; headmaster (1925); retired 1962 81
Kingdon, S.C.K.; teacher 157
Kingsbury, Mr. (1832) 45
Kitsch, Thomas; paddlestaffe (1720) 56
Knapman, William; lord of the manor; first recorded sale of Charlton 1558 139
Knapp 16
Knapp Bridge (1689) 104
Knapp Bridge; near Charlton (photo) 106
Knapp Bridgewater 105
Knight, Beorge; apprenticed Will Elsom (1782-1788) 25
Knight, Mrs. Dorcas; Newton's Farm 92
 
Laburnum Terrace (photo 1970) 121
Laburnum Terrace (photo) 150
Ladies (photo late 1800's) 136
Lambert, John; billman 24
Lane, Benjamin 53
Langaller 147
Langaller (1960's) 67
Langaller (line drawing map 1902) 60
Langaller Heathfield (1766) 15
Langaller Heathfield; common land 69
Langaller; Langire (1327); Long Auler 1791 (photo) 54
Langaller; map of (1902); orchards 57
Langaller; one and one-half miles NW 92
Langdon Industries (photo) 152
Langdons 125
Langire (1327); Langaller; Long Auler 1791 (photo) 54
Langire, Odone de 12
Langport; first school meals 81
Lashpool Green; Charlton (1756) 15
Lavell, Jane (photo) 85
Laveridge, James; boatman (1827, 1831) 22
Lawrence, Mr. & Mrs. (photo) 130
Lay Subsidy Rolls (1327) 12
Leddington, R.; WWII 47
Lee, Bert (photo 1957) 133
Leigh, Claire (photo) 128
Little Creech 11
Local Government Act (1888) 89
Lock, Mr.; with baker's cart (photo) 71
Lock, Rose (photo 1977) 136
Lock, W.; with baker's cart (photo) 71
Londis; shop (photo 1957) 100
Londis, The (photo) 153
Loneshaft, Stephano 12
Long Auler (1791); Langaller; Langire 1327 (photo) 54
Long Auler; hamlet; five farms 91
Long, Thoma 12
Longe, John; archer 24
Longellen; proprietor Mr. Day 27
Longtyng, Petro 12
Lord of the Manor; lands 1749 (line drawing map) 28
Lotty; niece of Harry Frier 143
Loxton, Mead; farmer 154
Lyle, Will; apprenticed Will Elsom (1782-1788) 25
Lyndon, Matthew; drink buttery 60
Lyndon, Matthew; farmer and brewer (will 1716) 55
Lyng 89
Lyng (1826) 103
Lynmouth; flood victims 137
 
Maddock, Ross; shopkeeper 90
Mailer, D.; Vicar (1557) 36
Mailer, D.; Vicar (1575) 36
Mailer, Reverend (1603) 42
Mailer, Reverent (1603) 35
Mailer, T.; Vicar (1627) 36
Main bridge; over the Tone (photo) 123
Main Street (photo 1960's) 101
Maister, R.; Vicar (1432) 36
Male unknown (photo) 131
Malet, John, Mr.; of Enmore 97
Mallett, Mr. (1689) 104
Manning, D.; Vicar (1992) 36
Manning, Richard (1806) 15
Manning, Will (1780's) 34
Manor Farm 147
Manor House of Creech St. Michael 29
Mansfield, James 92
Margaretta in the Lane 12
Mark, Richardo 12
Marler, David (+1627) 36
"Mary Joyce"; boat 109
Mary Tudor, Queen 42
Mary, Queen; jubilee 81
Masai, Charles; and wife; first headmaster and sewing mistress (1873) 79
Masai, Charles; headmaster 80
Mason, Roger; archer 24
Masters, H.; Vicar deposed (1641) 36
Masters, H.; Vicar reinstated (1662) 36
Masters, Henry, Vicar 29
Matilda, mother of William of Mortaine 11
Matthew, Reginald Wilcox; Adsborough 92
Matthews, Ian (photo) 85
Matthewson, James 89
Maunsel Lock (Sept 1886) 116
Maunsel Lock; lock-keeper's cottage (photo) 113
Maycock, Debbie (photo) 85
Mayland, Will; apprenticed to Miss Mary Bobbett (1782-1788) 25
Mayns, Galfrodo de 12
Maypole dancing (photo) 128
Maypole Inn; The Star (photo) 64
"Maypole"; see "Star at Adsborough" 60
McDonald, Gordon (photo) 85
McDowell, Lesly; flower show (photo 1998) 130
Meade, Richard, Esq.; JP of West Monkton 79
Meade, William; farmer 90
Meade-King esq., William Oliver Evelyn 92
Michael Creek; Creech 11
Michell Creek 21, 51
Michell, Charlie; WWI 47
Middleney; Curry Rival; Trevillions 39
Mill Auto Services (photo) 155
Miller; boy 20
Miller, Henry John; Charlton 92
Miller, Mansfield 115
Miller, Mr. 116
Miller, Mr.; Theats Farm owner 74
Miller, Walter Charles; Heathfield Farm 92
Mills; Creech 1697 (line drawing map) 95
Mitchell Creek 11
Mitchell, Mary; with Nora Drewe (photo 1961) 119
Mitchell, Mr. 75
Mitchell, Mr.; ran first bus (1915) 123
Mitchell, W.; Vicar (1696) 36
Mitchell, William (1677) 49
Mitter & Jamieson; sign; "The Tipton Herd" Creech Heathfield (photo) 151
Mode, Roberto 12
Mogge, Richd.; billman 24
Moine, William de 13
Molle, Waltero 12
Monmouth Rebellion 53
Montacute; Cluniac Monks of 39
Montacute, castle of 11
Montacute, Convent of; Order of Cluniac Monks 34
Montacute, Prior Brother Gerald (1364) 36
Moore; child 20
Moore, Chris 20
Morgan, Francis Samuel, Rev.; M.A.; vicar 90
Morgan, Rees 85
Morgan, S.; Vicar (1871) 36
Morrell family; road haulage company 147
Morris' Directory of Somerset & Bristol, (extract from); 1872 90
Morris' Directory of Somerset and Bristol (1872) 92
Morris, Edward; farmer; Walford Farm 90
Morris, Elizabeth, Mrs.; farmer; Adsebro 90
Morris, Frederick; farmer 90
Morris, W.; Vicar (1945) 36
Morris, William; "overseer of the poor" (9 April 1833) 18
Mortaine 11
Mountstephen, Charles 92
Mountstephens, Charles 90
Muchel Creech 11
Muleward, Johanne 12
Murley, Wm.; billman 24
Murtlebury 34
Musgrave, Clitsome; farmer; Adsebro 90
Musgrave, Mr.; of West Monkton 79
Muttlebury family 39
Muttlebury, James (1761) 31
Myrtle House; at entrance to Meades Droveway 126
 
Nation, James B. 92
Nation, Jas. Rydon; Arundell's 92
National School; primary school today (1870) 79
Natton, Rubin (1937 photo) 70
New Bridge 123
New bridge; over the canal (photo) 123
New bridge; over the river (photo 1970) 123
"New Inn"; church alehouse 57
New Inn; coronation festivities (photo 1910) 132
New Inn; site of old Church House, later "The Riverside" (photo 1950's) 23
Newborough, Jeremiah; will inventory 60
Newmead; field 69
Newton, Mr. Beadon; pew 39
Nicholls, John; registrar of births & deaths for North Curry 90
Nicholls, Mr.; of West Monkton 79
Nix, Miss; schoolmistress 90
Noreys, Stephano 12
Norman, Thomas 53
North Chapel; used by Court Barton residents 39
North Curry 69
North End (1758) 15
North End; view (line drawing) 49
Northend (1968) 99
Northend Mill 75, 147
Northend Mill; closed 1983 95
Northend Mill; house (modern photo) 96
Northend Mill; map of 1886 (line drawing) 94
Northend Mill; today (photo) 94
Northend; Bobbett home 145
Northend; bridge (photo) 14
Northend; to Cox Hill street (photo 1900) 120
Nott, Susanah; wife of Thomas Nott (1673) 52
Nott, Thomas; husband of Susanah Nott (1673) 52
 
Oates, Caroline; owner of Country Styles 154
Oateway, Thomas 53
Offa, King (787 AD) 31
Oke, Roberto atte 12
Old Vicarage (photo) 149
Oldham, Wayne (photo) 85
Oliver, Wm.; billman 24
Orchard, Sidney S.; Hill Villa 92
Orchards, Misses; lived at Hill Villa (photo) 144
Osment; constable (1897) 52
Osment; constable (1900's) 51
Osmonds coaches 127
Osterman, Reverend; son of Joseph of Barbados (1870) 36
Ostrehan, J.; Vicar (1851) 36
Outing Committee 127
Overseer of the Moors (1833) 119
 
P.C. Maisley and Company; bakery (photo) 148
Pachet, Heurico 12
Page, Ann, Mrs.; grocer 90
Painted church boss (photo) 42
Palmer, Nathaniel, Esq.; Justice of the Peace 21
Paper mill (early 1900's photo) 94
Paper mill; grid map 96
Parish athlete; unnamed (photo 1957) 134
Parish chest (1672); childbirth records 39
Parish church (early 1900's photo) 38
Parish church interior (photo) 38
Parish constables 51
Parish Council (1998 photo) 89
Parish Council; minutes from first meeting (1894) 88
Parish of Thame, County of Berks 21
Parish Poor House (line drawing map) 23
Parker, Susy (photo) 85
Parret, River; at Burrowbridge 119
Partridge, Joan (photo 1970) 136
Parvuncle, John 53
Paul, William; constable (1833) 51
Payle, John 53
Pendry, Arthur; Langaller 92
Pendry, Ernest; Heathfield 92
Pendry, James 89
Penny post (1830) 103
Peny, Nicolao 12
Peppercotes; land for school site 79
Perrin, Edwin; farmer 90
Perrins; suspended from school (1877) 80
Perris, Edward; basketmaker; Ham 90
Phillips, S, Mrs; owner of The Londis 153
Philpott, Susan (photo) 85
Pierce, John; will inventory (1713) 56
Pig Barrel Lane 110
Pig Barrell Lane; main road (1816) 49
Pile, Roberto atte 12
Pile, Willelmo 12
Pincombes; blacksmiths (photo) 126
Pine, William 53
Pitcher, John 53
Plenty, Richard (1686) 49
Pleystrete, Willelmo 12
Ploughing (photo) 76
Plumridge, Mandy (photo) 85
Pococke family; Charlton Chapel 39
Pococke, John; tomb in Charlton Chapel 139
Pococke, Margaret (1827) 22
Pocockes; bought Charlton from Elizabeth Sydenham 139
Poinzt, Sir John; of Gloucester; husband of Elizabeth Sydenham 139
Pole, Simon 53
Pollard, Miss Emma 92
Poole, F., Mr. 116
Poole, Francis Henry 92
Poole, George; WWI 47
Poor Law Act (1386) 19
Porter, James; Adsborough 92
Post Office (photo) 153
Post, M.O. 92
Poster, Les (photo 1957) 133
Powell, John (1687) 49
Powell, John (photo 1969) 142
Powell, John; headmaster (photo) 142
Powell, John; succeeded Kingdon as headmaster (+1979) 81
Powell, Mr.; school swim awards (1970 photo) 86
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Preen 95
Preest, Petro 12
Price, Eric (photo 1957) 133
Price, Sarah (photo) 85
Priddle, Bernard (photo 1957) 133
Priddle, Bernard (photo 1960) 135
Primary School (1970 photo) 87
Prince of Wales (1689) 45
Prior-Sankey, Hazel (1998 photo) 89
Publicans; Creech Inn; Church House; The Lane End Inn, Ham; The 93
Pugh, Janet (photo) 128
Pumphouse; at Charlton (line drawing) 115
Pumphouse, The; at Charlton (photo 2000) 98
Puritans (1630) 61
Purnells; of Paulton; millowner (1946) 95
 
Quarrelsome Creech; election day (photo) 157
 
R., G.W.; employer (1896) 52
Rail bridge (photo) 102
Rail bridge; over the Tone (photo) 102
Railway company; fill for take-over of Canal Company (1846) 109
Ralls, Charles; butcher 90
Ralls, William; butcher 90
Ralph, Lord Bishop of Bath & Wells (20 Oct 1362) 34
Reason; mayor of 'Teverton, Devon' (1689) 104
Red Devons 69
Redyene, Nicolao 12
Reeves, Joyce (photo 1977) 136
Removal Orders 21
Rexworthy, Sarah (photo) 85
Rich, John 49
Richard II; teasels (1189) 73
Richard, John; pekeman 24
Richard, Nicholas; archer 24
Richardes, Rbt.; archer 24
Richards; John Simon; farmer; Long Allen 90
Richards; millowner 95
Richards, Ann (photo) 85
Richards, Frank 92
Richards, John 79
Richards, Les (photo 1950) 135
Richards, Mr. 115
Richards, Robert William; Ham Villa Farm 92
Richards, Samuel (1766) 15
Richards, Thomas; miller 90
Richards, Tom; nurseryman; owner of Heathfield Nurseries; bellringer 63
Richards, Tom; of Creech Heathfield; shop, nursey, owner and bellringer 60
Richmond, Miss 85
Richmond, Miss; pupil teacher (1906) 81
Riverside Inn (photo) 42
"Riverside"; house 67
Riverside; public house 145
Riverside, The 23
Robert of Mortaine, step-brother of William I 11
Robert, father of William of Mortaine 11
Rochester, Lord (1689) 105
Rockett, J.L.; WWII 47
Rocketts Cottage 25
Rocketts Cottage (1934) 99
Romans 67
Roost, John; labourer (1827) 75
Round Island (1689) 104
Rovers Football Club; of Creech (photo 1913-14) 133
Rowsells land; see Hurley 27
Royal Bath and West Show 139
Ruishton (1826) 103
Ryes Terrace 147
 
S.P. Motors; sign (photo) 152
Saint Mary's; vicar; Taunton 42
Saint Michael; church (12th c) 92
Saint Michael; patron saint 11
Saint Neot (882 a.d.) 11
Saint Peter, church of 11
Sandford, George (photo 1970's) 100
Sandford, Mrs. (photo 1969) 142
Savidge family; brick-makers 39
Savidge; brickmaker in Bull Street (1845) 69
Savidge; brickmaker; Curvallion House (photo) 150
Savidge; brickmakers in Bull Street 122
Savidge, Elizabeth; married John Board 39
Saxon; farmers 67
School (early 1900's photo) 83
School Fete Queen; crowning (photo 1973) 128
School records (1874) 95
School; site map 1870 (line drawing) 79
Scott, Captain W.; see Richard Allen 53
Scott, Francis (1691); Monmouth Rebellion 49
Seagar, Anne (will 7 Nov 1741) 27
Seagar, Mr.; see William Stephen 53
Sealey; family; tablet 92
Sealey, Elizabeth; her female bastard child (4 June 1824) 16
Seaman, Mrs. (photo 1977) 136
Seaton 103
Sedgemoor Honey Farm (photo) 151
Selway, Charles 90
serfs 13
Severn Tunnel 116
Shapwick (1600 BC) 67
Sharman, Richard; constable (1833) 51
"Sharpsland"; field 69
Shattock, Henry (1582) 60, 61
Shattock, Tracey (photo) 128
Sheep dipping (photo) 76
Sheepham Moor (1806) 15
Shepherd, George; apprenticed Henry Baker; Coal Harbour 25
Shepherds, Ancient Order of; Friendly Society 73
Shepherds, Society of the Ancient Order of; Friendly Society 25
Shepton, C. de; Vicar (1327) 36
Shepton, Reverend de (1350's) 42
Shilliton, W.; Vicar (1901) 36
Ship Inn; Bull Street; owner John Bobbett (1740) 145
"Ship Inn"; joined to "Creech Inn" (1774) 60
Ship Inn; next door to New Inn 23
Shippon Moor (1800) 15
Siddenham, Alex, Esq. 24
Sidgewick, Richard; complaint against (15 May 1876) 52
Sidwich, Richard; shopkeeper & shoemaker 90
Skarrett, W.; Vicar (1738) 36
Sketch map; canal 116
Skittles 131
Skittles team; Bell Inn (photo 1950) 135
Slapp, Robt. 20
Slesson, Miss; Curvalion House; first WI president 137
Slessor, Miss; Curvalion House 92
Sloman, John (1844) 61
Small, Duncan (photo) 85
Small, Geo. And Sons, Ltd. 92
Small, Robin (photo 1960) 135
Small, Robin; partner with Matthew Freudenberg of Charlton Orchards 155
Smith, Charles 92
Smith, Geo., Mr. 116
Smith, George; carpenter's shop (1922) 95
Smith, Ron, Mr.; of Brickyard Farm 67
Smithfield Market 153
Smyt, De Johanne 12
Snook, Mary Fry 20
Snowy Creech from church tower (photo 1900's) 124
Society of Friends 49
Society of the Ancient Order of Shepherds; Friendly Society 25
Somerset Caravans and Camping Equipment 153
Somerset Country Gazette (1947); woollen merchants' hall 97
Somerset Heritage Centre; wills; Cuffes and Celys 55
Somerset "words" list 147
Somerset, County of 18
Sommerville family; millowner; mill workers (c.1880 photo) 95
Sommerville, B., and Co. 92
Sommerville, H., Mr.; president of Agrecultural Society 75
Sommerville, Miss; of Ruishton; first WI House Secretary 137
Sommerville, Mr. (photo) 129
Sommerville, Mr.; mill owner (1884) 49
Sommerville, R., and Company; papermakers (est.1875); advertisement 94
Southwood, John 67
Spaxton 89
Spencer, J. Houghton; school architect 79
Stace, Madge (photo 1977) 136
Stace, Madge (photo) 131
Staces, John; wife of 20
Stacey, John; and family; removal order 21
Stallenge, Elizabeth; apprentice to Edmund Bobbett (1672) 25
Stamford, Lord (1689) 105
"Star at Adsborough"; present day "Maypole" 60
Statute of Labour 19
Stephen, William; late servant to Mr. Seagar 53
Stephens, P., Mrs. 85
Stevens; blacksmiths (up to 1950's) 93
Stevens; family; blacksmiths for 250 years and parish residents since 13th c 141
Stevens, Frances; wheelwright & blacksmith 90
Stevens, Jonn; wheelwright & blacksmith 90
Stevens, Mrs. (photo 1969) 142
Stevens, Will; village blacksmith until 1939 151
Stevens, William 92
Stevens, William; at the forge (photo) 141
Stevens, William; blacksmith and teeth extraction 75
Stevens, William; farrier sergeant (photo 1916) 141
Stevens, William; last blacksmith (*1880, +1970) 141
Stocker; constable; 1994 (photo) 51
Stocker, Mrs.; see Stocker 51
Stocks in churchyard (photo) 40
Stodgell, Robert (1800, 1804) 15
Stogumber Brewery 61
Stone, Mr. (1808) 16
Stone, Mrs. (photo 1977) 137
Stonhard, Roberto 12
Storey, Jack (photo 1950) 135
Strip system; map; Ham and Sheepham Moors 1830's (line drawing) 68
Stronge, John; archer 24
Strutt, Amanda (photo) 128
Stuckey, Geo.; Coombe 92
Sunnyside; house 23
Surridge, John; Heathfield 92
Sweeting family 75
Sweeting, George (photo 1957) 133
Sweeting, Jack; farmed Cathill 145
Sweeting, Sidney 92
Sweeting, Stanley J. (1946) 89
Sweeting, Stanley Tacker (1998 photo) 89
Sweeting, Tacker; overseer of "Gymkhana" (+early 2000) 147
Sweeting, William (1869) 51
Swim class (photo) 114
Swindon Rail Museum 103
Swingbridge; Bridwater to Taunton Camal (photo) 111
Sydenham; Vicar of Combe Sydenham (1490-1524) 36
Sydenham, Alexander; buyer from William Knapman 1558 139
Sydenham, C.; Vicar (1490) 36
Sydenham, Elizabeth; wife of Sir John Poinzt of Gloucester 139
Sydenham, George; owner of Charlton (1522) 55
Sydenham, Reverend 42
 
T.E.W.; carved churchyard wall initials (photo) 41
Talman, Waltero 12
Tarr, Hannah (1826) 45
Tarrs, Sarah; coffin 20
Tate & Lyle; sugar manufacturer's van (photo 1950's) 125
Taunton 18, 51, 53, 73, 97, 103
Taunton (1932) 81
Taunton (Sept 1886) 116
Taunton Courier (1876) 95
Taunton Courier (1897, 1898) 52
Taunton Courier; (1896); washing competition advertisement 45
Taunton Courts of Justice Records (1652) 21
Taunton Times; "Traffic Dangers Must Be Tackled" 122
Taunton Vale Golf Club (1991) 154
Taunton; archdiocese 92
Taunton; doctor 126
Taylor, Susan (photo) 85
TBC Company 109
Teasels (photo) 73
Teignmouth 127
Thatcher, Emily; licensee of Crown Inn 65
Thatcher, Emily, Mrs. (1912-1946) 61
Thatcher, G.R.; WWII 47
Thatcher, Mrs. Emily; Heathfield 92
Thatching in Charlton Road (photo) 74
Theats farm 126
Theats Farm; Miller family owners 74
Thomas, ?; Vicar (1318) 36
Thomas, George (1763) 15
Thomas, James; shopkeeper 90
Thorney Biers; on canal at Creech 143
Thorney Biers; Thorney Bees (photo) 143
Thornfalcon 103
Thresher, George; shopkeeper 90
Thurloxton 89
Tithe map (1839); 213 dwellings; 190 with orchards 57
Tithe map; parish poor house (line drawing) 23
Tobyn, William (1756) 15
Tomber, T.; Vicar (1806) 36
Toms, W.; printer; of Taunton (copy of handbill) 110
Tone Conservators 106, 110
Tone Navigation Act (1699) 105
Tone River; trackway (photo) 108
Tone; painting by Harry Frier 143
Tone; river 11, 67, 92
Tone, River 15
Tonker, J.; Vicar (1456) 36
"Tooms Acres"; field 69
Totterdell, Edward 92
Totterdell, James; carpenter 90
Tottheis, Juliana 12
Tregillus, John; miller, farmer, & general merchant; Creech mills 90
Trengrouse, Henry; esq.; 92
Trevillions; of Middleney, Curry Rival 39
Trivet, Sbtax Willelmo 12
Trivett, Edward; farmer; Long Allen 90
Trivett, Henry; farmer; Long Allen 90
Trivitt; family; tablet 92
Trood; printer, auctioneer, bookbinder of Taunton (copy of handbill) 110
Trood, T.; printer (1833) 18
Trott, Ann; gardener 90
Trott, Charles; gardener 90
Trott, Miss Florence Elizabeth Mary 92
Trott, Mr. 61
Trott, Mr.; "x3" 103
Trott, Mrs.; Heathfield Lodge 92
Trout, Mrs.; Hurstone Villa 92
Tuck, Angela (photo) 85
Tucker, Edward (1877) 80
Tucker, Edward; headmaster 79
Tudor, Mary; Queen 16
Tudor, Queen Mary 42
Tudors 19
Tug of war team; paper mill (photo 1910) 132
Turner, Gladys (photo 1977) 136
Tyler, Caroline, Mrs.; ladies' schoolhouse 90
Tymell, Thomas; billman 24
 
Unnamed football player (photo 1957) 133
Uphulle, Johanne 12
Ushers Brwery (1955) 61
 
Vale Labels; owner Mike Riches (photo) 152
Vallance, J.; owner of J. V. Garages 152
Vaughan, Miss; Curvalion House 92
Vestry ministes (June 1824) 111
Vicar's reading desk 1634 (photo) 43
Vicarage 147
Vicarage Lane 147
Vickery, Cecil (photo 1950) 135
Vickery, Charles (photo 1950) 135
"Victorian History of Somerset" 11
Vile, E.C.; WWII 47
Vile, Fred; "Chilly" (photo 1957) 133
Village Band; Coronation Day 1911 (photo) 156
Village fete (photo 1904) 129
Village flood (photo 1910) 118
Village Hall (photo) 87
Village Hall; 1923 opening 137
Village Outing (photo) 127
Village Stocks (line drawing) 19
Village street (photo 1900's) 124
Village street (photo 1930's) 101
Village street; 1855 (line drawing) 126
Village Study Booklet (1970 photo) 86
Villagers (photo) 146
Villiers, Karen (photo) 128
Vincent, W.; Vicar (1524) 36
Virgin, Thomas; boatman (1897) 52
Voluntary Controlled School; primary school today (1950) 79
 
W., T.E.; carved churchyard wall initials (photo) 41
Wadham, Ron (photo 1960) 135
Waites, Mr.; employed by Mr. Finch the basketmaker in Bull Street (photo) 71
Walford Cross 125
Walford, beerhouse (1914) 60
Walford, Gilberto 12
Walkley, Jeane (photo 1977) 136
Wall painting in church (photo) 44
Walsh, W.J.; WWII 47
Walters, Jacky (photo) 85
Waltham, William; Walford House Farm 92
War Memorial; inside of churchyard (photo) 47
War Memorial; old location (photo) 47
Warre, Jonathan (1807) 16
Warren, Francis; married Anne Cuffe (1535) 29
Warren, Mr. 116
Watchet; pulp source 95
Waterways Company (1952) 115
Waterways Museum; Gloucester 115
Watson, Susan (photo) 85
Watson, Tina (photo) 85
Way, Beadon; Heathfield 92
Way, family (photo) 5
Way, Joe 5
Way, Joe; and sister; ran general store; feud with Morrell family 147
Way, Mary; coffin (1787) 20
Way, Mrs. Rose Hannah 92
Weadon, John (will 18 Aug 1862) 27
Weapons (line drawing) 24
Weaver, Tiny; constable (1900's) 51
Webb, Eileen (1998 photo) 89
Webbe, Johanne 12
Webbe, Simon 12
Webber, John 92
Webber, Wm.; archer 24
Welch, Ron; farmer 154
Wellington (1689) 104
Wells 53
Wells; diocese 92
Wells, Chapter of (1490) 105
Wellsford, De Rogero de 12
Wesley, John (1754) 49
Wesleyan Chapel; Northend (1842) 49
West door of church (photo) 35
West Hatch; parish 11
West Monkton, Rector of (1364) 36
West View 147
West, George; Ham 92
West, Wilfred; WWI 47
Westbury 103
Westlake, Rachel (photo) 128
Weston Zoyland 53
Weston, W.; Vicar (1412) 36
Weston-Super-Mare 157
Wetch, Thomas; apprenticed George Handole 25
Weymouth 127
Wheadon's Charity; (will of John Wheadon 18 Aug 1862); plaque 27
Wheadon, F.J.; butcher; advertisement0 93
Wheadon, John (+1862) 92
Wheler, Willelmo 12
White Horse Inn; Ham (photo) 65
"White Horse, The"; Ham (1750) 60
White Lion (line drawing) 116
"White Lion, The"; Chard Canal (up to 1960) 60
White, Arthur Henry 92
White, John, Mr.; job master of Taunton (1890) 77
White, Thos. 20
Whitehead, Fay (photo) 85
Whitsun festivities 131
Whitwell, R.; Vicar (1948) 36
Wiard, Willelmo 12
Widdicombe, Peter (1998 photo) 89
Widger, Ken (photo 1960) 135
Wildeblood, Capt. Seddon; Langaller 92
William I 11
William III; Acts 10 & 11 109
William IV 109
William the Conqueror 11
Williams, Harry; Ham Road 92
Williams, William; butcher 90
Willment, George 92
Wills; Somerset Heritage Centre; Cuffes and Celys 55
Wilmott, Mr.; Northend 123
Window Tax (1671) 31
Withers, Doublas (1937 photo) 70
Wolsey, Cardinal 57
Women's Institute (WI); 60th anniversary (photo 1977) 136
Woodman, ? (photo 1957) 133
Woodroffe & Company; advertisement 75
Woods, Mrs. (photo 1977) 136
Woodwards, Mr.; orchard 31
Woolnough, David (photo) 85
Worthy Cottage (photo) 63
Worthy Lane 139
Wright, John; apprenticed to Elizabeth Burridge (1792) 25
Wright, Martin; blacksmith (photo of business) 151
Wyatt, Digger (photo 50) 135
Wyatt, John; headmaster (1980-1987) 81
Wyatt, Thomas (1536); accused of treason 1554 29
Wyborn, Mr.; parish book 17
Wyborn, Timothy Elias; "overseer of the poor" (9 April 1833) 18
Wycombe 157
Wynford, Vicar of (1364) 36
 
Yates, Wm.; timber merchant; Bathpool (copy of handbill) 110
Yeovil 57
Yevens, Wm.; billman 24
Yew & stocks (photo) 40

 

Brian Randell, 21 Oct 2001

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