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Early Nonconformity in Ashburton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 28 (1896) pp. 228-237.


Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

Ashburton Independent Chapel [also known as Ashburton Great Meeting] was founded as an English Presbyterian meeting place in 1665. It was licensed in 1672, and was continuous thereafter. It was Ashburton's earliest nonconformist congregation, and is believed to have met in a converted barn, which stood where the chapel was later constructed in North Street, Ashburton in 1739. It became an Independent Chapel and later a Congregational Chapel, finally becoming part of the United Reform Church. 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.
Ball, John 229
Bickle, Mr Richard 236
Bogan, Ann 231
Bogan, William 231
Bogan, Zachary 231
Bou, Robert 234
Bound, Ann 231
Bound, Mr 231
Bowden, Joshua 236
Cabell family 236
Cabell, Mr 236
Cabell, Samuel 236
Calamy 232-4
Caryll, Robert 234
Caunter, Mr Roger 231
Charles I 232
Chudleigh, Sir John Bt 233
Clinton, Lord 231
Cock, Mr Joseph 237
Comyn, John 237
Crosse, Alexander 229
Dredge, Rev J Ingle 228
Eastchurch, Richard MA 230-1
Eles, Thomas 234
Enty, John 237
Fabyan family 234-5
Fabyan, Frances 235
Fabyan, Grace 235
Fabyan, Miss Joan 235
Fabyan, Mr John 234-5
Fabyan, Margaret 235
Fabyan, Mary 235
Fabyan, Nicholas 235
Fabyan, Peter 234
Fabyan, Philip 235
Fabyan, Samuel 235
Fabyan, Mr William 235
ffurse, William 228
Flavel, John 236
Garnet, William 233
Glanvill, Thomas 237
Grose, Alexander 229
Hallett, Mr 237
Herrick 235
Hill, Mr Jacob 230
Hill, Mr James 230
Hall, John 229
Hurst, William 234
Irish, Mr 230
Jellinger, Mr 235
Kendal, George 233
Lawe, Robert 233
Lobb, Mr 233
Long, Mr 235
Nosworthy family 229
Nosworthy, Mr John 228-9, 231-3
Nosworthy, Mary 230
Nosworthy, Thomas 230
Nosworthy, Mr William 229
Paddon, Henry 229
Palk family 235
Palk, Frances 235
Palk, Joan 235
Palk, Sir Robert Bt 235
Palk, Thomas 228-9, 234-5
Palk, Rev Thomas 235
Palmer 236
Pearse, Agnes 233
Pearse, Damaris 234
Pearse, Francis 232
Pearse, Mr William 228-9, 232-4
Pierce, Mr 237
Prideaux family 233
Quick, Andrew 237
Quick, Dorothy 237
Roberts, Marmaduke 233
Sainthill, Thomas 237
Serle, Mr John 234
Southmead, Mr John 229
Stawell, Ann 231
Stawell, Mr 231, 236-7
Stawell, William 231-2
Stephens, John 233
Syms, Mr John 235
Tapper, Richard 232, 234, 237
Tidball, Samuel 228
Tozer, Aaron 237
Vivian, Colonel 230
Walker, Dr 230, 233
William & Mary 233
Woodley family 229
Woodley, Mary 230
Woolcombe, Mr Robert 234
Worthy, Mr Charles 228-9
Yeo, Mr William 234