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John Flavell: A notable Dartmouth puritan and his bibliography

Trans. Devon. Assoc. 43, (1911). illus. pp.172-189.

by

E. Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

John Flavell (or Flavel) was born in 1628 in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, son of Richard Flavel, a minister who died of the plague in 1665 while in prison for nonconformity. He was a commoner at University College, Oxford. In 1650, ordained at Salisbury, he then settled in Diptford. He married Joan Randall who died in child birth. Flavel then married Elizabeth Stapell. In 1656, he became Minister of Dartmouth. 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Allen, Mr 187
Alsop, Vincent 188
Aylwin, Mr Richard, Esq 174-5
Bailie, Robert 179
Baker, Mr Robert (also Bake) 174-5, 179
Ball, William 180
Barnes, Mr William 173, 175
Baxter, Mr Richard 184, 187
Bedford, William, Earl of 173, 187
Blake, Mr 176
Bliss, Dr 184-5
Boon, Mr Thomas (also Boone) 173-5
Bowden, Charles 179
Bowden, John 179
Burdwood, Mr James 177, 180, 186
Bures, Richard 188
Burthogge, Mr 187
Calamy 183
Cary, Mr Philip 187
Caryl, Joseph 184
Charles I 178
Charles II 172, 178, 181
Cheed, James 188
Clifford, Mr 177
Cockell, Thomas 187
Cockerill, Thomas 187
Cockey, Mordecai 183
Coll, Eanow 179
Coll, Joan 179
Condy, Daniel 184
Cornish, John 178-9
Crisp, Dr 187
Crispe, Mr Edward 187
Crocker, Mr John 177
Cromwell, Oliver 173, 175, 186
Cross, William 179
Cubitt, Joseph 173, 175
Curbett, Saron 179
Darling 188
Desborough, General 174-5
Down, Rev Thomas MA 181
Downey, Mr Nichilas 177
Dredge, Rev John Ingle 184
Dymond, R 176
Elliott, Mr Edward 174-5
Ellis, Mr 177
Ely, Mr Edmund 186
Evans, Peter Fabyan Sparke JP 183
Flavell, Dorothy 187
Flavell family 176
Flavell, Rev John BA throughout
Flavell, John Jnr 177
Flavell, Phineas 188
Flavell, Richard 172, 176
Ford, Mr 173
Forward, Mr Richard 179
Frederick, Sir John Knt 189
Galpine, John 186
Geare, Mr Allen 173-7
Geare, Benjamin 176
Gruberry, Mr 177
Harford, Rev Anthony, BD (also Hartford) 172-3, 175
Hayne, Mr 181
Hortop, Sir John, Bt 186
Howe, Mr John (also How) 173-5, 188
Jagoe, Mr Robert 173
James II 182
Jefferies, Mr George 182
Jeffery, Edward (also Edmund) 179, 184
Jenkins, Mr 181
Jesse, Mr 177
Keely, Mr 181
Kelly, Richard 176
Kempster, Mr 180
Kinsman, Rev Andrew 183
Knowling, Mr Stephen (also Knowlinge) 174-5
Lavers, Robert 176
Lovering, Mr John 189
Lure, Ane, Youngr 179
Manning, Edward 180
Manning, Richard 179
Markbe, Thomas 179
Marr, Symon 179
Marries, Elizabeth (error in text for Stapell) 172
Mather, Increase 187-8
Mather, Nathaniel 188
Matthews, T 187
Mayne, Robert & Ann 179
Meanes, Robert 179
Millory, John 179
Morcombe, Thomas 179
Mudd, Ambrose 178
Mulbery, Mr 179
Newcomen, Bathsheba 179
Newcomen, Charles 179-80
Newcomen, Thomas 180
Penny, John 177
Pensey, Henry & Jane 179
Percy, Henry 180
Plumleigh, Mr Anthony 174-5
Plumleigh family 180
Plumleigh, Mr John 174-5, 180
Plumleigh, Robert 179, 180
Plumleigh, William 180
Powel, Thomas 188
Putt, Hester 179
Randel, Mrs Jane 172
Reeves, Mr 181
Reynolds, Mr 181
Roberts, Mr R 187
Rolle family 181
Russell, Lord 187
Savery, Robert Esq 184
Savery, William Esq 184
Sedgwick, Mr 187
Sharpe, Mr Lewis 177
Spurway, Mr Edward 174-5
Squaire, Ane 179
Steede, Robert & Dorothy 178-80
Stone, Mr 179
Storr, Jeremy 179
Storr, Mary 179
Stoughton, Dr 181
Stowe, Memory 180
Sydenham, Mr 187
Tanner, Bishop 184
Tanner family 183
Taylor, William 179
Tripe, Eliza 176
Tripe, Sarah 176
Tuckfield, Justice 181
Turner, John 188
Upton, John Esq 176, 189
Upton, Ursula 188
Walpate, Mr 172
Ward, Dr Seth 180
Watts, Nicholas 184, 188
Wheeler, Edward 175
White family 181
Whiddon, Rev Francis MA 181
Whiteway, Mr John Esq 174-5
Widger, Mr Obediah 174-5, 179
William I 176
William & Mary 182, 186
Williams, Dr 187
Wilson, Walter 188
Windeatt, Edward 184
Wood, Antony 184, 186, 188
Wotton, Matthew 186-7