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Third Report of the Committee on Church Plate - Deanery of South Molton

Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and the Arts. Vol. 42, 2nd Series

Plymouth: W Brendan & Son (1910). Paper read at Cullompton July 27th, illus. pp. 91-111.

Prepared by Michael Steer

South Molton is situated on the River Mole. In the 2001 census its civil parish had a population of 4,093. The town was one of the boroughs reformed by the Municipal Reform Act 1835. It retained this status as a municipal borough until 1967, when it became a rural borough in the South Molton Rural District. It is a small, well-built market town trading mostly in sheep and cattle, on the southern side of Exmoor just off the North Devon link road. In 1910, the Rural Deanery of South Molton consisted of 24 parishes; 23 of which were ancient, and Chittlehamholt, modern. 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

Adams, Mr Maxwell 91
Amery, Mr J S 91
Arnott, M 110
Baker, Rev G Goldney 91
Barnard, E & J 97
Barnard, Edward, Edward Jnr, John & William 98, 103
Barnett, Edward 108
Beckwith, Rev Ernest G, MA 99
Benson, John Peter 111
Browne, William 104
Brushfield, Dr 91
Buckingham, John 110
Buller, James Esq 105-6
Chadwick, James 99, 103-4
Chanter, Rev J Frederick 91, 93
Chichester, Robert, armg 98
Chilcott, Rev C 109
Clarke, Thomas 110
Cornock, Edward 104
Cotton, J 92-3, 107
Courtenay family 101
Courtenay, John armg 101
Cripps 92
Cruse, John 104
Cuming, Richard 107
Ebrington, Susan, Viscountess 98
Edmonds, Rev Chancellor 91
Elizabeth I 91
Ellis, Mr H D 107
Elston, John 94, 97, 100, 102, 107, 110
Elston, Philip 110
Elworthy, Richard 99
Emes, Rebecca & Barnard, Edward 98-9
Feline, Magdalen 105-6
Fleming, William 93
Foligno, Isaac 94
Foote, Thomas 103
Fortescue family 98
Foxford, J 101
Gay, Richard 104
Gex, Bertha F de 111
Gifford family 101
Hennel, Robert 98
Hicks, Joseph 101
Hill, Thomas 94
Hughes, Mr T Cann 91
Jackson, F S 92
Kerslake, Rev J B 94, 99
Langdon, Maria 102
Lethbridge, Sir Roper 91
Lock, Nathaniel 93
Lofthouse, Mary 96
Lukin, William 101
Matthew, Rev John 100
Matthew, T 93-4, 96
Maundy, Thomas 96
Melhuish family 92
Melhuish, Mary 109
Melhuish, Richard 111
Melhuish, William Esq 109
Newton, William 94
Northcote, Sir H 91
Oliver, Rev J 101
Parr, Thomas 99
Partridge, William 109
Pearse, Joseph 109
Pocock, Edward 110
Reichel, Rev O J 91
Radford, Mr A J V 91
Rawlins & Sumner 96
Reed, Mr Harbottle 91
Richards, Joan 100
Rolle, Lord & Lady 96
Sanger, Aldred 110
Saunders, Mr Edmund 105
Snow, Henry 104
Southcombe family 92
Southcombe, Rev Lewis 92, 97, 107-8
Southcombe, Elizabeth 98
Southcombe, Jane 98
Southcombe, William Thomas 98
Stevens, James 104
Tapp, Richard 109
Whipham, Thomas & Wright, Charles 105
Whipple, J & Co 95
Williams, G 96
Windeatt, Mr George E 91