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Name Index

To

A Short History of Cullompton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 42, (1910). illus. pp.156-181.

by

Murray T. Foster

Prepared by Michael Steer

Cullompton is a town and civil parish in Mid Devon, locally known as Cully. The earliest evidence of occupation is from the Roman period - Columtune was mentioned in Alfred the Great's will. In the past the town's economy had a large component of wool and cloth manufacture, then later leather working and paper manufacture. Many inhabitants are commuters but there is still some local manufacturing, including flour and paper mills. It has a monthly farmers' market which is the oldest event of its kind in the South West. And two grade I listed buildings: the fifteenth century St Andrew's parish church and the seventeenth century house known as The Walronds. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. 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 New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Acland, Sir J 180
Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke Bt 177
Aiken, Joseph 175
Albemarle, Duke of 181
Alfred, King 156-8, 179
Amery, Mr 176
Anne, Queen 163
Arundell, Margery 181
Ashthorpe, Sir William 160
Atkins, Peter 181
Baker family 163
Baker, J 159
Baker, Robert 163
Bampton, Catherine 166, 180
Barker, Rev William 177
Bassett family 159
Bassett, Philip 161
Beaupré, J 176
Beavis, Richard Esq 168
Bidwell, Captain 178
Bilbie, Thomas 168-9
Biss, Charles F 175
Blackmore family 161
Blackmore, John 161
Blackmore, Thomas 168
Bokland, Thomas Abbot of (Buckland) 164-5, 180
Bone, William 180
Bonsor, W 176
Bonville, Antony 167
Bowden, Thomas 180
Bratton, Henry Esq 177
Bronescombe, Bishop 179
Brown, Edward 174
Brown, Mr William 168
Burrow, Frederick Esq, LLD 163, 171, 174, 176
Bush 168
Butler, J 176
Camden 158
Chaldon family (also Chalvedon) 160
Chalk, Rev E S, MA 162
Challis, Walter 169
Chapman, Thomas 175-6
Charles I 180
Chopyn, Henry 165
Clarence, Margaret Duchess of 160
Clarke, Trostram 169
Clifford, Richard de 159, 179
Clifford, Walter de 159, 179
Coleman, Francis 159
Collins, Captain C R 178
Collins, John 171
Columpton, William 158
Cooper, James 175
Courtenay family 159
Courtenay, Sir Hugh 161, 180
Criuwys, Mr Henry 168
Crompton, William, MA 174-5
Cross, Mr James 168
Culin, John de 157
Davis, John 175
Delagarde, P C 180
Denham, Mr Thomas 168
Devon, Amicia, Countess of 159, 165, 179
Devon, Earl of (Courtenay) 165
Devon, Isabella, Countess of 159
Dinham family 161
Dinham, Sir John 180
Dinham, Sir Oliver de 160, 180
Dugdale 158
Dunscombe family 159
Dyer, G 157
Dyer, James 174
Edward I 159-60
Edward III 161, 165
Edward IV 167
Edward VI 180
Elizabeth I 180
Elliot, Mr 176
Ethelward 156
Evans, Richard 175
Eve, Mr Justice 169
Facie, Thomas (also Vasie) 165
Fairfax, Sir Thomas 173, 180
Foot, Uriah 176
Forth, Joseph 176
Fortibus, Isabella de 158
Foster, Mr Joseph (also Major) 169, 178
Fox, George 173, 181
Freke, R 180
Frost 166
Furneaux, William (also Forneaux) 160, 165, 180
Gambon, Thomas 165
Garland, William 180
Garret, John 162
Gaul, Mrs 169
Gidley, Captain G G 178
Gillard, Nicholas 176
Glass, Robert 175
Glyde, Jonathan 174
Godwyn 159
Govett, David 181
Grant, W C Esq 159
Gray, Rev Walter, MA 177
Grime 168
Harris, John 169
Harward, Richard 168
Heathfield, Mr Antony 168
Heathfield, Mr Thomas 168
Heinekier, Nicholas Samuel 175
Henry I 179
Henry III 160-1
Henry VII 160
Henry VIII 160, 171
Herbert, John 174
Hickman, Charles 174
Hidon family (also Hidor) 161
Hidon, John 180
Hill, Edward Mortimer 172
Hill, Henry 171, 181
Hill, John 171, 180-1
Hill, Roger 180
Hillersdon family 159
Hillersdon, William de 179
Hook, Thomas 175
Hopping, Henry 169
Horne, J 176
Humphrey, Mr 168
Humpreys, Robert 176
Huyshe, Francis 177
Huyshe, Mrs 178
Insula, Baldwin de 169, 179
James II 181
Jarman, Captain 178
John, King 159, 179
Jones, L Lloyd 175
Kent, William 174
Kingsforde, Henry de 161
Lacy, Bishop 158, 161
Land, John 166
Lane, John 161, 166, 181
Langford, Edward 160
Langford, Sir Roger de, Knt 160, 179
Leigh, Captain A W 178
Lewes, Rev James Townsend 177
Loosmore family 160
Manning, John 180
Martin, James 172
Martin, Mr John 168
Martin, Mr Philip 168
Massey, Major General 173
Millar, Lord 173, 180
Miller, Rev Benjamin 176
Modford, John 169
Monmouth, Duke of 173
Moor, George 161
Moore family 161
More, Sir J, Knt 180
More, Richard 160
More, Rev Thomas 158
Morgan, Samuel 175
New, H G H Esq 160
Newte, Peter 181
Nicholas IV 158
Osbern, Bishop 179
Othelyne 159
Palmer family 161
Palmer, Mr Henry 162
Pannel, William 169
Payne, Rev George DD 174
Percy, Thomas 173
Petersen, Dr 166
Petre family 163
Petre, Sir John, Knt, MP 163
Peverell family 160
Pilton, Thomas de 180
Pole, Sir John Bt 180
Pole, Sir William 158, 160
Polwhele 157
Pratt, Sir Charles 181
Pratt, Justice Sir John 161
Pryer, Miss E 177
Quaife, Barzilliai 174
Raleigh family 161
Rawlinson, William 175
Richard I 159, 179
Richards, James 174
Risdon, Thomas 159
Rooke, John 165
Rowswell family 159
Rumson, Mr 176
Salmon, Adolphus A 174
Salter, Mr A W 161
Salter, John 168
Salter, Mr William Blackmore 161
Sanders, Richard 160
Sellick 162
Sellocke, William 162
Sellwood, Frank Esq 161, 172
Skinner, William 169
Slecombe, Mr John 175
Smith, William Saltmarshe 175
Souththorpes, Sir Selvin 161
Spicer, George 172, 180
Squier, John Omer 175
St Leger, Sir John 159
Stone, Thomas 168
Stradling, Alexander 175
Sturges, Thomas 174
Sweet, David 159
Sydenham, Rev John 163
Tanner, William 162
Templer, Rev John 177
Toplady, Rev Augustus M 176
Trewarthen, William 171
Trock, Thomas 162
Trott, John 158, 164, 171-2, 180
Turner, Abraham 158
Twinbull, James 174
Upcott, Mr J S 162, 168
Upcott, William 163
Vacie, Thomas (also Facie) 165
Vincent, John 171
Viney, James 176
Vivian, Bishop William 158, 180
Wales, Prince of 181
Walker, J 180
Walrond, Edmund 163
Walrond family 160-2
Walrond, John Esq 161
Walrond, Mr John M 178
Walrond, Richard 179
Walters, William 170
Ward, C H 168
Warelwast, Bishop William 179
Weaver family 160
Webb, Francis 168
Webber, Mr Thomas 178
Weldon, Colonel 173
Wesley, Mr John 175, 181
Whitemore, William 165
Whiting family 161
Wilcock, Rev John 168
William I 157-9, 161, 179
William III (Prince of Orange) 173, 181
Wills, Richard Esq 168
Worthington, Jeffery, BA 175
Wright, Bernard 162
Wright, Mr Ben 168
Wyndham family 159
Wyndham, William Esq 160-1
Yates, Mathew Lee 175