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Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11, (1921), pp. 178-84.

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R. Pearse Chope

Prepared by Michael Steer

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Arscott, Colonel 183
Bray, Dr 179-84
Burscough, Mr Robin 178-81, 183
Chamberlayne, Mr 179-84
Drake, Sir Francis 182
Drake, Mr George 179, 182-4
Eckins, Mr 183
Gilbert, Canon John 178-84
Hawes, Mr 181-2
Kendall, Mr Nicholas 178-80
King, Mr Richard 178-84
Knight, Mr 181
Martin, Mr 184
Neile, Mr 182
Oliver, Mr Francis 181
Osmond, Dr John 179, 183-4
Patrick, Dr 179
Pocock, Dr 181
Quick, Colonel 183
Smith, Humphrey 183
Stafford, Mr 183
Trelawney, Sir Jonathan 179
Trelawny, Major General 182
Veritate, Grotius de 181
Young, Mr James 179-82
Young, John Esq 181