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Name Index


The Warrens of Headborough and their descendants

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 28 (1896) pp. 247-256.


J.S. Amery

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Warrens were originally from Nottinghamshire and settled at Headborough Farm near Ashburton in about 1525. John Warren, a descendant of the original John, went to America in 1630, taking the oath of a freeman at Boston in 1631. His descendants progressed to distinguished careers in the politics of the American colonies and played leadership roles in the ensuing struggle for independence. The Warren pedigree (p.495) has been occluded in the online copy since it appears on folded paper. 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.
Burgoyne, General 502
Carew family 494
Collins, Miss 498
Eustis, Mr 501
Folland, Mr Henry 494-5
Gage 502
Hooten, Dr 497
Hooten, Elizabeth 497
Hooten, Elizabeth 497
Hooten, Joseph 497
Hooten, Mary 497
Hooten, Richard 497
Howe 502
Leyman, Mary 502
Leyman, Mr 502
Lloyd, Dr 499
Minot, Judge 501
Napoleon 502
Newcomb, Joseph Warren 502
Newcomb, Judge 502
Newcomb, Mary 502
Piercy 502
Scollay, Miss 497
Seale, Mr 494
Stevens, Mary 496
Stevens, Dr Samuel 496
Tucker, Ann 498
Warren, Ann 498
Warren, Ebenezer 497-8, 501
Warren, Edward 501
Warren, Elizabeth 497
Warren, Elizabeth (2) 501
Warren family throughout
Warren, General Joseph 494, 497, 499-502
Warren, Dr J C 495
Warren, John 495
Warren, John (2) 497-8
Warren, Dr John 495, 498, 500-1
Warren, Joseph 495-6, 498
Warren, Joseph (2) 497, 501
Warren, Dr Joseph 501
Warren, Mary 496
Warren, Mary (2) 502
Warren, Mrs 497
Warren, Richard 502
Warren, Samuel 497
Warren, William 494-5
Welles, General Arnold 502
Welles, Elizabeth 502
Winthrop, Governor 495