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Name Index


The County of Devonshire section

Jones' Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc.,
of Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland

Second Series Comprising Ten Western Counties


John Preston Neale

London: Jones & Co (1829), illus, (unpaginated).

Transcribed by Michael Steer

This particular volume is not paginated, so that the names in this index are presented alphabetically under the name of the seat, mansion or castle in which they appear. The book opens with a presentation of Cornish establishments, and next proceeds to Devonshire, followed by Dorsetshire. It is a treasure-trove of wonderful engravings, supported by historical references. John Preston Neale (1780-1847) was an architectural and landscape draughtsman. In 1818, he published his Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, of which the first series, in six volumes, was completed in 1824. The second series, in five volumes, was published between 1824 and 1829, and the entire work comprised 732 plates. He also in 1824-5 undertook, in collaboration with John Le Keux, the engraver, the publication of Views of the most interesting Collegiate and Parochial Churches in Great Britain, but the work was discontinued after the issue of the second volume. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the Bodleian Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.
Aprice, Thomas Hussey Esq
Ball, Sir Peter, Knt
Ball, William Esq
Ball, Thomas Esq
Hewett, General Sir George, Bt
Lisburne, Earl of
Newman, Robert William Esq
Nightingale, Elizabeth
Nightingale, Joseph Gascoigne Esq
Vaughan, Elizabeth
Vaughan, Hon Wilmot

Albemarle, Duke of
Anne, Queen
Bohun, Humphrey de
Bohun, Margaret de
Charles II
Clifton, Lord
Courtenay, Henry
Courtenay, Earl Hugh
Courtenay, Sir Peter
Courtenay, Sir William Bt
Courtenay, Viscount William
Cumberland, William Duke of
Edward I
Elizabeth I
Exeter, Marquis of
Granville, John Lord
Hele, Sir Warwick
Henrietta Maria, Queen
Hereford, Earl of
Hungerford, Sir Edward
James I
Monk, George
Montague, Edward Wortley Esq
Powderham, John de
Teniers, D
Wyatt, J. RA

Densell family
Edward I
Filleigh family
Forte, Sir Adam le
Forte, Sir Richard le
Fortescue family
Fortescue, John Inglett Esq
Fortescue, Martin
Fortescue, William
Normandy, Duke of
Wear family
William I

THE GRANGE, Broadhembury
Drewe, Edward Esq
Drewe family
Drewe, Francis Esq
Drewe, John Rose Esq
Drewe, Thomas Esq
Drewe, Sir Thomas
Edward IV
Henry II
James I
James II
Pole, Sir William
Rose family
Southampton, Earl of
Stratford, Lord
Teign, Drogo de
Wriothesley, Thomas

Allori, Alexander
Hoare, Charles Esq
Lawrence, Sir Thomas
Nash, Mr

CORYTON, Kilminster
Charles I
Hooker, Richard
Pole, Sir William T, Bt
Tucker, Benedictus Marwood
Tucker family
Tucker, Robert Esq
Tucker, William DD
Tucker, William Esq
Warren family

Calmady, Catherine
Calmady family
Calmady, Josias
Calmady, Mrs
Calmady Richard
Calmady, Viscount
Courtenay, Catherine
Courtenay, Edward
Courtenay, Sir Pierce
Courtenay, Sir William
Henry VIII
Parr, Queen Catherine
Parr family

Blundell family
Blundell, Peter
Blundell, James
Blundell, Mr John
Courtenay, Earl Hugh
Dalhousie, Earl of
Edward VI
Hay, James Esq
Phillips, Thomas Winsloe Esq
Ramsay, Lady Mary
Winsloe, Thomas Esq

ENDSLEIGH, Milton Abbot
Albemarle, Earl William
Bedford, Duchess of
Bedford, Duke of
Charles II
Monk, Lady Elizabeth
Ordgar, Earl
Ordulph, Earl
Russell, Lady Rachel
Russell, William Lord
Southampton, Earl of
Tavistock, Francis, Marquess of
Wilmot, Mrs
Wyatt, Jeffrey Esq

FORD HOUSE, Newton Abbot
Charles I
Charles II
Courtenay family
Courtenay, Lord Viscount
Courtenay, Sir William
James I
James II
Reynell, Lucy
Reynell, Sir Richard
Reynell, Sir Thomas
Waller, Lucy
Waller, Sir William
Wise, Ayshford Esq