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Name Index

To

Vicars of Cullompton since the Commonwealth

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 42, (1910). illus. pp.206-214.

by

Rev Thomas Cann Hughes, MA, FSA

Prepared by Michael Steer

In 1536 St Nicholas Priory was dissolved and the last Prior gained appointment as the Vicar of Cullompton. Patronage then passed to the More family of Moorehays. The first Nonconformist congregation in Cullompton began in 1662 when the vicar of Cullompton, Rev William Crompton, was ejected from the established church. He continued to preach and a Protestant Dissenters meeting house was built in 1698 which became the Unitarian Chapel. This paper is a mine of information on the incumbents from Cromwell's days to the Victorian era. 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 Thomas Dyke 209
Axon, Mr Ernest 214
Barker, Rev William 209
Beauvoir, Richard Benyon de 212
Blagrave, Emma 207
Blake, Mr 206
Bruton, John Vereyard 209
Bruton, Joseph (also Brutton) 209
Clark, Rev H B 211
Chave, Edward William Turner, BA, MA, BD, DD 212
Crompton, Rev William (2) 206-7
Crompton, Rev William (1) 206
Daniel, Emily 209
Daniel, Rev Thomas 209
Darby, George, BA (also Derby) 208
Darby, Jenning 208
Davies, Emily 213
Davies, Jane 213
Davies, John 213
Davies, Rev John Gerrard, MA 213
Dickes, John, MA 208
Dickes, Rev John 207
Dickes, Samuel 207
Forrester, Rev George, BA 214
Foster 211
Fry, Henry 208
Galtey, Anna Maria 212
Galtey, Edward 212
George II 208
Gilbert, Emma 207
Gilbert, John 207
Gorge, Rose 207
Gorge, Thomas 207
Grant, Francis Bazett, MA 212-3
Gray, Emily 209
Gray, Frances 209
Gray, Walker 209
Gray, Rev Walker, MA 209-11
Harford, Miss 214
Harman, Jeremiah 209
Harris, Rev Charles 214
Hencocks, Rev John 211
Hill, Charles Gray 210
Hodge, Ann 211
Hodge, Mr John 211
Hodge, Rev John 211
Holden, Frances 209
Huyshe, Francis 209
Keate, Dr 211
Leigh, Frederick 210
Lucas, Mr Percival 214
Macreight, Marianne Adelaide 212
Mallack, Rawlin 207
Mallack, Roger 207
Mallack, Rose 207
Manley, Edward 209
Manning, Rev Henry 208
Manning, Thomas 208
Marshall, Philip 207
Pinkney, Marianne Adelaide 212
Pinkney, Robert 212
Pinkney, Rev Robert 212
Potter, Rev Lewis Francis, MA 213
Pratt, Sir Thomas 208
Salter, John 208
Sellick, Alice 209
Sellick, William 208
Selwood, Mr B 213
Speed, Mr Hugh 207
Speed, Mrs Rachel 207
Sykes, Anna Maria 212
Sykes, Sir Francis William Bt 211
Sykes, Rev John Heath 212
Sykes, Rev William, MA 211
Templer, James 211
Templer, Rev John. MA 209, 211
Templer, Sarah 211
Towell, William 208
Townshend, Rev John 209
Way, Rev Canon 210-1
Webb, Francis 208
Willcocks, John 208
Williams, Emily 213
Williams, Lt Colonel Joseph 213