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Tenth Report of the Committee on Church Plate - Deaneries of Collumpton and Tiverton

Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and the Arts. Vol 51, 5th Series

Plymouth: W Brendan & Son (1919). Paper read at Tiverton, 23rd July, illus. pp 80-113.

Prepared by Michael Steer

During 1919, the author visited and inspected all the plate in each of the parishes in the Rural Deaneries of Collumpton and Tiverton, excepting certain Collumpton parishes visited in 1916. The Deanery of Collumpton consists of 19 parishes and the ancient chapel of Culme Davey, as well as several modern chapels. With the exception of Collumpton, Uffculme and Bradninch it is entirely rural. The Rural Deanery of Tiverton contains 21 benefices, all of which are rural. 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.

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Adams, Mr Maxwell 80
Amery, Mr J S 80
Angel, Joseph & John 87
Ayre, Arthur & Katherine 106
Ayshford family 85
Baker, I 101
Barbitt, Joseph 86
Barnard, Messrs E & J 82, 85-7, 90-3, 103, 107, 111
Bayley, Richard 110
Baynard, Mrs Mary 91
Besley, William Henry 83
Bluett, Mrs Eliza 90
Bluett, Mrs Frances 90
Bowden, Henry S 83
Burrows, Alice & George 110
Cadbury, Elizabeth 89
Cann Hughes, Mr T 80
Carew, Rev Theo 100
Carew, Rev W 101
Chadwick, James 95
Chanter, Rev J F 80, 98, 113
Clarke, Miss K M 81
Clarke, Richard 96
Coffin, Thomas 92
Cory, John 95
Cotton, Bishop 95
Cowler, John 94-5
Cresswell, Miss 80
Crossley, Dr Charles 81, 84
Cruwys, Rev G S 103
Culme, Philip 84
Downe, Louisa Maria, Viscountess Dowager 88
Drake, Rev George 94
Drew, Charles & Elizabeth 83
Eaton, W 104
Egremont, Earl of 82
Eley, William 100
Elston, John 94, 97, 101-2, 108
Elston, Philip 87, 92, 106
Emes, Rebecca & Barnard, E 105-6, 113
Ferris, George 97
Foxford, John & Mary 105
Fry, Henry Esq 87
Gill, John 100
Going, Richard 86, 102
Goundry, J A 111
Halwey, Mr James 90
Ham, Mrs Margrett 98
Henley, Rev Bertie 95
Hatswill, William 105
Hicks, Joseph 113
Hodge, Mr 99
Hole, Francis Esq 110
Holway family 96
Hoydes, Mr Barnett 90
Ireland, Rev George William Rossiter, MA, PhD 81, 94-5
Jones, Miss E M 110
Jones, John 81, 99
Jones, Rev J S 89
Keith, John 102, 107, 111
Kerslake, Rev William 103
Lake, J E & Son 82
Land, John 96
Langwith, John 111
Leakey, Rev H P 83
Ley, Timothy 90
Lias, J H & G 100
Linnington, Dulcibella 83
Manners, James 104
Marker, Anna 96-7
Marker family 96
Marker, Richard John 96-7
Mathew, Thomas 99
Matthews, Charles 83
Matthews, Henry 83
Moxey, W 101
Murch, John 100, 105
Neale, Richard 87
Newte, Rev John 108
Northleigh, DR 101
Oland, John 104
Osborne, Richard 99, 101
Osment, John 109
Parkin, Isaac 96
Parkin, Rev James 104
Payne, Humphrey 110
Pierce, I 95
Pierce, W 95
Popham, H L 89
Portman family 91
Radford, Mr A J 80
Radford, Mr A L 80
Rayer, Charlotte 91
Rayer, Rev William 107
Reed, Mr Harbottle 80
Richards, Henry 96
Riddell, Mrs 103
Roberts family 82
Roe, Thomas 95
Ruslen, John 92
Salter, Ernest John Richard 111
Salter, Mary Rice 111
Sanders, Robert 94
Seymour family 91
Sharland, Peter 109
Speed, Mr Hugh 87
Speed, Mrs Richard 87
Strang, James 97, 108
Talley, W 110
Theakston, Louisa Agnes 111
Thorne 110
Tripp, Charles Llewellyn Howard 105
Tripp, Mary Ethel Howard 105
Tripp, Rev Robert 93
Troyte, Arthur H D 92
Troyte, Fanny 92
Tucker, Nicholas 105
Upcott, John 109
Webb, Francis 87, 96
Webber, John 98
Were, Thomas gent 88
Whipham & Wright 89
Wilcocks, Rev N 87
Windeatt, Major G E 80
Worth family 112
Worth, Johannes, armig. 112
Wyndham family 82