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Name Index

To

The Castle, Manor-House, and Church of Clifton, near Dartmouth

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32 (1900), pp. 503-514.

by

Maxwell Adams

Prepared by Michael Steer

Clifton, Dartmouth and Hardness were three towns clustered round the mouth of the River Dart; all three are within the modern town of Dartmouth. The borough as first represented in 1298 seems to have included only the town of Dartmouth, but at the next return of members in 1350-1351 it also included Clifton; Hardness is first mentioned in 1553, though may have been included earlier. The boundaries by the 19th century included the whole of Dartmouth St Petrox and St Saviour parishes, and part of Townstall parish. 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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A  
Alwyne 503
B  
Brian family 510
C  
Carew family 503, 510
Carew, Sir Peter 503
Cary, Sir Henry 508
Compton arms 511
Coppin, Alice 512
Coppin, Nicholas 512
Corp family 510
Corpe, John 510
D  
Denham, Mr 509
Du Chatel 510
E  
Edward the Confessor 503
Edward III 503, 510
Edward IV 504-6
Ellicot, John 512-3
Ellicot, Margaret 513
Ellicot, Mary 512
F  
Fairfax, Sir Thomas 506-7, 509
FitzStephens family 503
FitzStephens, Richard 503
Fleming family 503
Fleming, Sir William 503
Ford, Dorithy 512
Fortescue, Ann 513
Fortescue, Colonel 508
Fortescue, John 513
G  
George III 505, 509
H  
Hammond, Colonel 507-8
Hayne arms 511
Hayne family 511
Henry IV 510
Henry VII 505-6, 509
Henry VIII 505
Holdsworth, Mr A H 506
Holdsworth, Major Arthur 513-4
Holdsworth, Elizabeth 513-4
Holdsworth family 513-4
Holdsworth, Harriet 514
Holdsworth, Henry 514
Holdsworth, Jane 514
Holdsworth, Robert 514
Holdsworth, Thomas 514
J  
Johnston, Captain 509
K  
Karkeek, Mr 510
L  
Lacy, Bishop 510
Lambert, Colonel 508
Lane, Elizabeth 513
Lane, Henry 513
Lysons 504, 510
M  
Martin, Margaret 513
Martin, Nicholas 513
Maurice, Prince 506
Mohun, Reginald Lord 503
O  
Olive, Elizabeth 514
Olive, George 514
Olive, Mary 514
P  
Peters, Mr 507, 509
Plumleigh, Ann 513
Plumleigh arms 513
Plumleigh, Barbara 513
Plumleigh family 513
Plumleigh, John 513
Plumleigh, John (2) 513
Plumleigh, Margaret 513
Pollard, Sir Hugh 507
Prestwood arms 511
Pride, Lieutenant Colonel 507-8
R  
Roope, Alice 512
Roope arms 512
Roope, Dorithy 512
Roope, Edward gent 512
Roope, Edward (2) 512
Roope, Elizabeth 512
Roope family 512-3
Roope, John 511-3
Roope, Mary 512
Roope, Nicholas 512
Roope, Willyam 512
Rous, Mrs Dorothy 512
Rouse family 513
Rowse, Mary 513
Rowse, Richard 513
S  
Seale, Charles 504
Seale family 503
Seale, Henry 504
Seale, John 503-4, 510
Seale, John Henry 504
Seale, Robert 504
Seale-Hayne, Rt Hon Charles 504, 506
Seymour, Colonel 508
Southcote family 510
Southcote, John Henry 503
Southcote, Sir Popham 510
Southcote, Thomas 503
U  
Ulwine 503
V  
Vavasour arms 513
Vavasour, Elizabeth 513
Vavasour, Captain Roger 513
W  
William I 503
Worth 514
Worthy, Charles 503, 505