Devon - Church History
Listing of books and papers on Devon Church History.
Further information about many of Devon's churches, not just ancient parish churches, can be found in the Devon section of the GENUKI church database. Here is a listing of the Devon section, in parish order.
Lyson's Magna Britannia - Vol 6, Devonshire (1822) - a complete transcript of this nearly 700-page general and parochial history of Devon, provided by British History Online.
Graham Jaunay has kindly provided a listing covering both modern and ancient parishes, and indicating how the modern parishes relate to the original ancient parishes.
Huguenots and Walloons in Devon - links and references.
An essay by John Lerwill: Devon Huguenots.
Roger Peters provides a full transcription, complete with scanned photographs of Stabb's Some Old Devon Churches (3 vols.), 1980 , covering 261 Devon churches - consisting of 232 pages of text and over 500 photographs, which can be downloaded as one zipped archive.
Here is the full text of Michael J.L. Wickes' West Country Preachers - A History of the Bible Christians 1805-1907, (Second edition, February 2007) - completed by Rosie Wickes after Michael Wickes died in 2004, and made available here by her kind permission.
John Pritchard's account: The Presbyterian Church in Devon.
Listing of parishes in the Diocese of Exeter that have web-pages, from Anglicans Online.
Studies in Anglo-Jewish History, by Rabbi Susser - contains transcriptions of wills, census records, MIs, etc., mainly relating to South-West England.
Devon section of Steve Bulman's collection of photographs of the churches of Great Britain and Ireland.
Church Bells of Devon - listings of bellfounders and inscriptions, by Jean E. Harris.
Early Nonconformists in Devon - taken from G. Lyon Turner's Original Records of Early Nonconformity under Persecution and Indulgence, by Jean Harris.
Devonshire names, extracted from The Clerical Guide for 1829 by Michael Steer.