Name Index


Two articles on Anstis and Colyton

Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries Vol. 4, no. 1, (1906). pp. 13-15.


A.J.P. Taylor

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Rev George Anstis was Vicar of Colyton and Axmouth from 1758 to 1764. He was the son of John Anstis, Garter King of Arms, who of Cornish origin, is credited with first suggesting to Walpole, then drawing up the statutes for the Order of the Bath as a new order of chivalry. He also presided over the Coronation of George II. George Anstis was the second son of John's family of eight sons and six daughters. This rare and much sought-after book was produced digitally from a copy in the University of Michigan Library collection and can be downloaded from Google Books or from the Internet Archive. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

Anstis, Anne 15
Anstis arms 14
Anstis, Bernard 15
Anstis, Elizabeth 14-5
Anstis, George (vicar) 13-5
Anstis, Henry LLD (clerk) also Harry 14-5
Anstis, John Esq 14-5
Anstis, John jnr 15
Anstis, Katherine 15
Anstis, Mary 14
Anstis, Rev Matthew 15
Barton, Henry (vicar) 13
Bax, Rev Arthur N 15
Bennett, Mr Henry 15
Bennett, Mrs Mary 15
Bewes, Thomas 15
Call, Richard 14
Cudlip, Elizabeth 14
Evans, George Eyre 15
Green, James 15
Hicks, Ann 14
Hicks, John 14
Hicks, Mary 14
Howe, Rev Thomas 15
Kettel, John 15
Mallock, Samuel 14
Morgan, Rev Thomas 15
Oliver, Dr 14
Passmore, Mary 14
Pole arms 14
Pole, Elizabeth 14
Pole, Sir John William Bt 14
Robyns 15
St Aubin, Sir John 15
Stephens, Lewis (clerk) 15
Tucker, Robert 14
Ward, Know 15