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Published Genealogies and Biographies

Relating to Exeter

Arnold

Coode, M.P. Matthew Arnold’s Royal Descent. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VI, (January 1910 to October 1911), pp. 111-2. [Transcript]
Murray, O.A.R. Matthew Arnold’s Royal Descent. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913, p.20. [Transcript]

Austin

Mathewson, Pat. John "Bunny" Austin, Devon Family Historian, vol. 163, (2017) pp.8-9.

Badgery

Hardy, Bobbie. From the Hawkesbury to the Monaro: the story of the Badgery family. Kenthurst, NSW: Kangaroo Press (1989) 160p: ill,maps.

Baird

Brushfield, T.N. Henry Baird. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 8:4, (1914) pp.107-110. [Dialect writer "Nathan Hogg", 1829-1881.]

Baker

Roper, Robin. The Baker Family of Exeter, Devon Family Historian, vol. 164, (2017) p.39. [George Henry Baker, m. Elizabeth Barker, killed in action in Belgium in 1917.]

Bamfylde

Benson, J. Bampfylde House, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 22(17), 1946, pp. 301-3. [14-16th c.]
Drake, Wilfred. Stained glass in Bamfylde House, Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6, 1910-11, pp. 225-8.
Dymond, Robert. Bampfylde House, Exeter, Archaeological journal 31, 1874, pp. 95-7. [Raymond: Includes a pedigree of Bampfylde of Poltimore, 13-19th c.]

Banckes

Attwood, J.S. Banckes family of Exeter and Heavitree, Western Antiquary 11, 1892, pp. 151-5. See also pp. 196.

Baring

Gapper, John & Denton, Nicholas. All that glitters: the rise and fall of Barings. London: Hamish Hamilton (1996) xix,364p,pl: ill,ports.
Ziegler, Philip. The sixth great power: Barings 1765-1929. London: Collins (1988) 410p,plates: ill.

Baring-Gould

Born in Exeter, Exeter, Historical Society of Hele's School (1950) 144 pp. [Sabine Baring-Gould; Nicholas Hilliard; Richard Hooker, etc.]

Bartholomew

Lancefield, Arthur P. Bartholomew, bishop of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 7:7, (1913) pp.251-255. [1162-1184]

Bartlett

Families of the name of Bartlett, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica 3rd series 3, 1900, pp. 137-9. [Raymond: Extracts from the Charleton, Topsham and Exeter PRs, 16-19th c.]

Belchere

Kowaleski, Maryanne. An Exeter Man Renounces the Freedom of the City, May 1312. In Devon Documents (ed. T. Gray). Tiverton: Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries, Special Issue (1996) [ISBN 0925836203] pp.110-116. [Re: Robert Belchere]

Benet

Karkeek, Paul Q. Thomas Benet, A Biographical Sketch. Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1875, Vol VII, pp. 75-78. [Index] [Transcript]
Tapley-Soper (née Connor), Mrs R G. Thomas Benet, M.A., Reformation martyr of Exeter [1531] alias Master Dusgate, fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 63 (1931).

Bennett

Instow, Pam Cantle. Family History Finished, Devon Family Historian, vol. 144, (2012) pp.9-10. [Mentions of Exeter, Clovelly and elsewhere, of Bennett and other families]

Blunden

Pickford, Marjorie. Property Connections in Exeter, Devon Family Historian, vol. 154, (2015) p.22. [Blunden family]

Bodley

Bodley, Sir Thomas. Reliquiae; Bodleianae: or Some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley, Containing His Life, the First Draught of the Statutes of the Publick Library at Oxford (in English) and a Collection of Letters to Dr James etc. London: Thomas Hearne for John Hartley in Holborn (1703) 384 pp. [Index]
Bodley, Sir Thomas. The life of Sir Thomas Bodley, written by himself. (1894). London: John Lane Publishers; Privately reprinted for John Lane and his friends. illus. pp. xvi; 16. [Index]
Bowring, Sir John. Sir Thomas Bodley. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 5 (1872), pp. 90-106. [Index]
Pengelly, W. Sir Thomas Bodley. In: Devonshire gleanings from Manningham’s Diary. Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1875, Vol VII, pp. 376-382. by W Pengelly, FHS, FGS. Etc. [Transcript]
Rose-Troup, Frances B. Biography of John Bodley, father of Sir Thomas Bodley. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 35, (1903) pp.167-197. [Merchant] [Index]
Rose-Troup, Frances B. The pedigree of Sir Thomas Bodley. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 35, (1903) pp.713-745. [Index]
Trecentale Bodleianum; A memorial volume for the three hundredth anniversary of the public funeral of Sir Thomas Bodley, March 12th 1613. Oxford: Clarendon Press (1913), illus., pp. xii, 176. [Index]

Bowring

Julian, (Mrs) Hester Forbes, FGS, FRAI. Sir John Bowring, First President of the Devonshire Association. Trans. Devon. Assoc 2, 4th series (1920), pp. 192-206. [Index]
Keir, David. The Bowring story. London: Bodley Head (1962) 448p, 10 of pls: port.
Ponsford, Clive. Benjamin Bowring, watchmaker. Devon Historian 18, (1979) pp.14-16: ill. [1778-1846]
Wardle, Arthur C. Benjamin Bowring and his descendants: ...mercantile achievement. London: Hodder & Stoughton (1940) 229p, 16 of pls ; ports.

Bowthe

Rowe, J. Brooking. Bishop John Bowthe. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 1:2, (1900) pp.57-59, plates: ill [brass]. [1465-1478] [Index]

Bridgeman

Chanter, J.F. Viscount Lascelles' connection with Devon. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 12:3, (1922) pp.144. [Bridgeman Family]

Budgell

Skinner, A.J.P. Budgell of St Thomas, Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 10:6, (1919) pp.206-207.

Cary

M., R.B. George or Robert Cary, Dean of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 14:8, (1927) pp.343-344. [George C. dean 1676; Robert C., archdeacon of Exeter 1662-4.]

Catrick

Cresswell, Beatrix F. John Catrick, bishop of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 14:2, (1926) pp.76-79, plates: ill. [Buried in Florence, one month after nomination to Exeter.]

Chafe

Chafy, W.K.W. Gesta Chaforum, or, notes on, and diaries kept by, the Chafes or Chafys of Chafe-combe, Exeter, and Sherbourne. Rous Lench Court: privately printed, 1910.

Channon

Hayward, John. The Channon family of Exeter and London, chair and cabinetmakers, Victoria & Albert Museum Bulletin 1 (1), 1966, pp. 64-70.

Clifford

Laver, F.J.M. William Kingdon Clifford F.R.S. 1845-1879. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 126, (1994) pp.145-166: port. [Mathematician]

Coldridge

Couldridge, Chris. John Coldridge of Exeter, Land Surveyor, Thesis, Oxford Brookes Univ. (2001). [Devon R.O.]

Commin

A., M. James George Commin. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 8:5, (1915) pp.129-131, plates: port. - Mayor, (1908). [Bookseller, 1856-1914; published D. & C. N. & Q., 1900-1915]

Cooke

Radford, Ursula. The loyal saddler of Exeter. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 65, (1933) pp.227-235. [John Cooke]

Courtenay

Lega-Weekes, Ethel. Courtenay arms at the Devon and Exeter Institution. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 7:3, (1912) pp.81-86, plates: ill(2). [Also: palace chimney piece, Alphington church. Errata:7, p.140.]
Worthy, Charles. The history of the suburbs of Exeter, with general particulars of the landowners, lay and clerical, from the Conquest to the present time, and a special notice of the Hamlyn family, together with a digression on the noble houses of Redvers and of Courtenay, Earls of Devon. London: Henry Gray, et al, 1892.

Damerel

Street, John C. Notes on a Damerel family of Exeter. Wisconsin: the author, 1994. [Raymond: Includes pedigrees, 17-20th c.]

Daw

Daw, John. Reminiscences of Sir John Daw covering the period 1866-1957, Printed for Private Circulation (1957) 84 pp.

Dickens

Gray, Susan. Mr. Dickens is delighted. Devon Life vol. 6 no. 46 (1970) pp.19. [Visits to Exeter, 1835-1862]

Dipstale

Godley, Jocelyn and Godley, Olive M. The Parr Family from Ashcombe and the Dipstale Family of Exeter, Devon Family Historian, vol. 143, (2012) pp.23-26.
Godley, Jocelyn and Godley, Olive M. The Parr Family from Ashcombe and the Dipstale Family of Exeter, Devon Family Historian, vol. 145, (2013) pp.13-15.
Godley, Olive M. and Godley, Jocelyn. The Parr and Dipstale Families, (2 vols.) [DFHS Library 929.2/PAR].

Drake

Maurice Drake's last work (archived copy) - article about "the respected Exeter glass-painter Maurice Drake".

Drewe

Cherry, Karl. An Exeter sensation:"The mystery of Edward Drewe". Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 7:3, (1912) pp.86-91. [Sons of Sir Edward Drewe, Killerton, Recorder. See vol.9, p.37.] [Murderers, John and Edward Drew, 1611] [Transcript]

Edwards

Roberts, John. A versatile apothecary. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 37:06, (1994) pp.204-6. [Thomas Edwards, Law cases, 1590-94]

Ellis

Speight, Anne. Hannah Ellis formally [sic] Wreford née Harris, Devon Family Historian, vol. 150, (2014) pp.34-38.

Ferris

Rendle, R.S. The Ferris family of Exeter and other goldsmiths, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 34 (7), 1981, pp. 285-90.

Follett

Skinner, A.J.P. Follett pedigree. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11:8, (1921) pp.306. [Additional to vol.11, p.283.]

Ford

Guthrie, Sylvia C. What Can You Find in 18th and 19th Century Newspapers?, vol. 112, (2004) pp.26-28. [Items related to Joseph Ford of Exeter, Ann Hilling of Clayhidon, Wiliam Lewis of Hartland, and John Bicknell of Plymouth]
Radford, Cecily. Richard Ford (1796-1858) and his Handbook for travellers in Spain. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 90, (1958) pp.146-166, plates: ill.

Fitz-Ralph

Layman, A Devon. Archbishop Fitz-Ralph. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913, p. 46. [Transcript]

Gale

Skinner, A.J.P. Theophilus Gale. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:2, (1908) pp.71-72. [Clergy, 1628-1678]

Gaul

Homer, Ronald F. Robert Gaul I and II: Exeter's last pewterers. Devon Historian 35, (1987) pp.15-17. [1805-1852]

Gibbons

Evans, Elaine. The Gibbons of Exeter 1737-1834, The Author (2003). [Devon FHS Library 929.2/GIB]

Gibbs

Gibbs, John Arthur. The history of Antony and Dorothea Gibbs and of their contemporary relatives, including the history of the origin & early years of the house of Antony Gibbs and Sons. Saint Catherine Press, 1922. [Raymond: Of Exeter and London, 18-19th c., includes folded pedigrees of Gibbs, Hucks of Hertfordshire, and Crawley.

Glanville

Chope, R. Pearse. Samuel Glanville. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 8:1, (1914) pp.33-34, plate: port. - Born in or near Exeter, spent much of his life in Sheffield. [Coach proprietor, 1720-1803]

Godfery

Godfrey, Alan. William Henry Godfery, Devon Family Historian, vol. 124, (2007) p.32.

Golsworthy

Minchinton, Walter. More on James Golsworthy. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 36:03, (1988) pp.109-110. [Engineer, 1770-1850]

Grandison

Kingsford, C.L. Bishop Grandison. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 12:8, (1923) pp.357. [Correction to statement in vol.12, p.302. T.R.H.S. ref.given.]

Granville

Tapley-Soper, H. The Rev. sub-dean Granville. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6:8, (1911) pp.250-251. [Obituary notice.] [Historian, 1848-1911]

Green

Edwards, Tim. Researching an Exeter Solicitor, Devon Family Historian, vol. 167, (2018) p.30. [James Green (d. 1805)]

Gregory

Fletcher, Edwina. Harold Ernest Gregory - The Devonshire Regiment, Devon Family Historian, vol. 158, (2016) p.20.

Grenville

Drake, Wilfred. Heraldic discovery at St Nicholas priory. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 8:2, (1914) pp.49-50, plates: ill [Grenville Family].

Grigg

Grigg, Terry. Devon Origins of a Suffolk Manorial Family, Devon Family Historian, vol. 137, (2011) pp.15-19. [Thomas Grigg, whose will was dated 1558]

Gropall

Chope, R.Pearse. An early Exeter bookseller. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 10:1, (1918) pp.26-27. [John Gropall (alias Lumbard), -1554]

Hamilton

M., R.B. A gentlewoman's memoirs, 1830. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11:7, (1921) pp.278-280. [Author: Mrs McTaggart (Miss Anne Hamilton). 1769-1772]

Hamlyn

Worthy, Charles. The history of the suburbs of Exeter, with general particulars of the landowners, lay and clerical, from the Conquest to the present time, and a special notice of the Hamlyn family, together with a digression on the noble houses of Redvers and of Courtenay, Earls of Devon. London: Henry Gray, et al, 1892.

Hawtrey

Hawtrey, Florence Molesworth. The history of the Hawtrey family. London: George Allen (1903) 2 vol, plates: ill.

Hayne

Brushfield, T.N. The financial diary of a citizen of Exeter, 1631 - 43. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 33, (1901) pp.187-269. [Index] [John Hayne, diary extracts, 1631-1643]

Heath

Heaths of Exeter - by Jean Harris.
Drake, William Richard. Heathiana: notes genealogical and biographical of the family of Heath. London: Privately printed (1881) 27,xixp, 8 of pls ; ports.
Heath, Baron Robert Amadeus. Heathiana: Notes Genealogical and Biographical of the Family of Heath: Especially of the Descendants of Benjamin Heath, D.C.L., of Exeter (Revised edition), London: Privately printed for Baron Robert Amadeus Heath, Italian Consul-General (1882) 13 plates, 27 + xxi pp.

Heil

Bond, Sue. Not A Nice Character, Devon Family Historian, vol. 163, (2017) pp.15-16. [Ludwig Heil]
Olding, Simon. The indefatigable Mr Hems of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 33:8, (1977) pp.290-294. [Harry Hems, sculptor, 1842-1916]

Helmore

Cope, Peter. Exeter Flying Post, Devon Family Historian, vol. 134, (2010) p.11. [Brief details of Helmore and Southard families]
Cope, Peter. Southard and Helmore, Devon Family Historian, vol. 139, (2011) pp.16-17.

Hems

Olding, Simon. The indefatigable Mr Hems of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 33:8, (1977) pp.290-294. [Harry Hems, sculptor, 1842-1916]

Hicks

H., J.G. Hicks and Hearsey. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:6, (1909) pp.216. [See query, vol.5, p.177, par.107. Erratum, vol.5, p.296, par.161.] [Hicks Family]

Hilliard

Chanter, J.F. Exeter goldsmiths. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 7:5, (1912) pp.183. [Additional to T.D.A. vol.44, pp.438-479.] [Nichols Hilliard, 1547-1619]
Cluster, Marguerite. Early miniatures. Devon Life vol. 6 no. 48 (1970) pp.32-33; ill. [Nicholas Hilliard, 1547-1619
Davy, A.J. Nicholas Hilliard, miniature painter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 3:4, (1904) pp.125-127. [Architect, 1838-1841] [Index]
Born in Exeter, Exeter, Historical Society of Hele's School (1950) 144 pp. [Sabine Baring-Gould; Nicholas Hilliard; Richard Hooker, etc.]

Hingeston-Randolph

Tapley-Soper, H.; W., E. Obituary notices. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6:5, (1911) pp.156-160, plates: ports. [Francis Hingeston-Randolph, historian, 1833-1910] [Correction vol.6, p.192.]

Hooker

Russell, Ann. One of Devon's illustrious sons - Richard Hooker. Devon Life vol. 4 no. 30, (1968) pp.26-27; ill. [Theologian, 1554-1595]
Born in Exeter, Exeter, Historical Society of Hele's School (1950) 144 pp. [Sabine Baring-Gould; Nicholas Hilliard; Richard Hooker, etc.]

Hoskins

Martin, E.W. Portrait of a Devonian. Devon Life vol. 1 no. 2, (1965) pp.11-13; ill. [W.G. Hoskins]

Hudson

Lane, John. Thomas Hudson and Sir Joshua Reynolds. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913. pp. 277-281. [Transcript]

Hunt

Hunt, A.R. Maister Thomas Hunt Late Mayor of this Citie of Excester. Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32, (1900), pp. 460-490. [Index]

Isacke

Skinner, A.J.P. Nicholas Isacke, Mayor of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 9:1, (1916) pp.7-12. [Includes pedigree and abstracts of wills.] [Index]

Izacke

Brushfield, T.N. Richard Izacke and his "Antiquities of Exeter". Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 25, (1893) pp.449-469. [Historian, 1676-1757] [Index]

Jackson

Townsend, G. A Devonshire Worthy: William Jackson of Exeter. Organist of Exeter Cathedral and Composer of Music. Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 14, (1882) pp.695-701. [Index]

Jones

Harpley, W. Obituary notices: Winslow Jones. Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 27, (1895) pp.36-37. [Lawyer, 1815-1895] [Transcript]
Roberts, Elizabeth. Evan Humphrey Jones, Professional Singer, Devon Family Historian, no. 152, (2014) p.34.

Jourdain

Troup, Frances B. An Exeter worthy and his biographer. Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 29, (1897) pp.350-377. [Ignatius Jourdain. mayor, -1640] [Index]

Kenrick

Kenrick, Mrs W.Byng (ed.) Chronicles of a nonconformist family: the Kenricks of Wynne Hall, Exeter and Birmingham. Birmingham: Cornish Brothers (1932) 249p: fold. geneal. table.

Kilpin

Kilpin, Samuel. Memoir of the Rev. Samuel Kilpin, of Exeter, with some Extracts from his Correspondence, Religious Tract Society (c1834) 144 pp.

Landick

Liddle, Lance. Forty thousand watch Exeter execution. Devon Life vol. 1 no. 9, (1965) pp.11. [Of James Landick]

Langdon

R., W.H.H. Richard Langdon. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:3, (1908) pp.92-93. [Inscription in St Paul's church, Exeter.] [Musician, 1730-1803

Lempriere

Bush, R.J.E. The Rev. John Lempriere, D.D., in Devon. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 93, (1961) pp.229-249. [Schoolmaster]

Leofric

Rose-Troup, F. Leofric the first bishop of Exeter. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 74, (1942) pp.41-66.

Lethbridge

Davy, A.J. The Lethbrocs, Lethbrogs, or Lethbridges. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 1:8, (1900) pp.255. [Refers to vol.1, p.214, par.180.] [Transcript]

Levet

Sanborn, Victor C. Thomas Levet of Exeter & Hampton, reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Kennilworth, Ill.: The author (1913) 21p: ill,table. [Westcountry Studies Library - 929.2/LEV]

Leyman

Perry, Stephen. When time stands still. Devon Life vol. 8 no. 63 (1971) pp.24-25; ill. [John Leyman, clockmaker]

Long

Long, L.H. Long family of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 23 (5), 1948, p. 155.

Loosemoore

Chope, R. Pearse. Devon and Cornwall organ makers - John Loosemore and Jn Shearme. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 10:5, (1919) pp.164. [Refers to vol.10, p.110; also to vol.6, p.86.] [John Loosemoore, 1665-1681]

Louis

Armitage, Mary. Rear Admiral Sir Thomas Louis 1758-1807, Devon Family Historian, vol. 156, (2015) pp.27-30.

Lutley

Lutley, W.J. Exeter in the years preceding the 1914-1918 war. Devon Life vol. 10 no. 82 (1973) pp.42. [Personal reminiscences, 1913-1915]

Mainwaring

Buck, Howard M. Oliver Mainwaring. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:2, (1908) pp.50-62. [Guildhall coats of arms: problems of identification. See 9, p.3.]

Mallock

Stephens, W.B. Roger Mallock, merchant and royalist. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 92, (1960) pp.279-292. [1600-1653]

Manning

Boundy, Courtney, Edye, Holman. Mr Manning of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:2, (1908) pp.65-66, pars 39-42. [Refers to query, vol.5, p.30.] [Unitarian minister, 1754-1831]
Evans, George Eyre. Rev.James Manning. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 5:2, (1908) pp.66-68. [Refers to query, vol.5, p.30.] [Unitarian minister, 1754-1831]
Skinner, A.J.P. James Manning. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6:7, (1911) pp.222. [See vol.5, pp 30, 65-67. Married Maria Oke of Axmouth, 1777.] [Unitarian minister, 1754-1831]

Marshall

M., G.W. The Marshalls of Exeter. Genealogist, 4 1880 pp. 11-17.

Mayne

Sheridan, Ann. Zachary Mayne, 1631-1694. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 126, (1994) pp.181-197. [Theologist, 1631-1694]

Michau

Chope, R. Pearse; M., R.B. Devon and Cornwall organ makers - Paul Michau. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 10:5, (1919) pp.162-163. [1734-1824]

Middleton

Pass, Katherine. William, Phyllis and Joyce Middleton, Devon Family Historian, vol. 168, (2016) p.23.

Milles

Messenger, A.W.B. An eighteenth century dean of Exeter and his family. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 83, (1951) pp.22-33, plates: ill. [Presidential address.] [Jeremiah Milles, 1762-1784]

Mudge

Flint, Stamford Raffles, (Ed.). Mudge Memoirs: being a record of Zachariah Mudge, and some members of his family; together with a genealogical list of the same. Compiled from family papers & other sources. Illustrated with portraits, Netherton & Worth, Truro (1883) xix, 258 pp. and plates. [Zachariah Mudge (born 1694) was a native of Exeter, and was educated at the Grammar School there. He became Vicar (or Rector) of Abbotsham. His eldest son, also Zachariah was born at Exeter in 1714. Thomas Mudge another son was born in Exeter in 1717, after which Zachariah was installed in the Grammar School at Bideford.] [Index]

Mugford

Editors. William Edward Mugford. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6:2, (1910) pp.49-50. [Obituary notice.] [Historian, 1861-1910] [Transcript]

Musgrave

Holman, H.Wilson. William Musgrave, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 12:5, (1923) pp.193-197, plates: port; ill(2). [1655-1721] [Includes biog. note from Roll of Royal College of Physicians.]

Neale/Neyle

Ford, Graham H. Dorcas Neale, Devon Family Historian, vol. 161, (2017) p.24. [b. Exeter 1826]

Newcombe

Newcombe, M.O.L. Newcombes of Chard, Drewsteignton, Exeter and Starcross, ed. Jud Burgoyne-Newcombe. [Newport, Gwent]: the author, 1996. [Raymond: Medieval-19th c.; includes pedigrees.]

Norton

Franklin, Ann L. The Norton family of Exeter. Penylan: The Author (1994) 30p. [Westcountry Studies Library - px929.2/NOR]

Oliver

Holt, G.T. George Oliver, antiquary, from his letters. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 119, (1987) pp.53-65. [Historian, 1781-1861]

Osbern

Blake, D.W. Osbern Bishop of Exeter 1072-1103. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 114, (1982) pp.63-69.

Parfitt

Harpley, W. Obituary notices: Edward Parfitt. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 25, (1893) pp.159-162. [Naturalist] [Transcript]

Parr

Parr, John Frank. Parr family of Chudleigh, Alphington, Powderham, Shillingford and Exeter, Western Antiquary 3, 1884, pp. 47-48.
Parr, John Frank. Parr family of Exeter, Western Antiquary 3, 1884, pp. 61-62. [Raymond: Includes parish register extracts.]

Passavant

Chope, R. Pearse. Huguenot manufacturers in Devon. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 13:1, (1924) pp.24. [Refers to vol.12, pp.268, 300. See also vol.13, p.164.] [Passavant, 1758]
M., R.B. Huguenot manufacturers in Devon. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 12:6, (1923) pp.268-269. [See query vol.12, p.198. Evid. for Passavan(t) business in Exeter.]

Payne

Pawsey, Audrey. Calling All Paynes, Devon Family Historian, vol. 158, (2016) p.13.

Penrose

Kestell-Cornish, Robert K. Bishop. Rev. John Penrose. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 3:8, (1905) pp.236-237. [See vol.3, p.207; also pp.237-8, pars 180-182; and vol.4, p.64.] [Transcript]

Perryman

Trott, John. The Perryman family and the Exeter Canal. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 39,1 (2002) pp. 4-7, refs. [Article about the history of the Perryman family of Devon and their connection with the Exeter Canal, alongside which many of them lived.]

Peryam

Pengelly, W. Sir William Peryam, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. In: Devonshire gleanings from Manningham’s Diary. Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 1875, Vol VII, pp. 384-385. by W Pengelly, FHS, FGS. Etc. [Transcript]

Pitman

Pitman, Charles E. History and pedigree of the family of Pitman of Dunchideock, Exeter, and their collaterals, and of the Pitmans of Alphington, Norfolk, and of Edinburgh, with part pedigrees and accounts of families connected by marriage: Andrew, Sanders, Barnes, Kitson, Astley, Keats, Northcote, Gordon, Walrond, Bulteel, Stapleton, Harris, Senhouse, Coker, Manley, Palk, and Williams, with biographies of individuals . . . and with extracts from wills and parish registers, and list of Dunchideock title deeds and other family papers. London: Mitchell, Hughes & Clarke, 1920. [Raymond: Includes folded pedigree, 16-19th c.]

Pitts

Pitts, Joseph. A True and Faithful Account of the Region and Manners of the Mohammetans, in which is a particular relation of their pilgrimage to Mecca. Exon (1704). [Reprinted Gale ECCO (2010) 212 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1170440780]
Radford, Cecily. Joseph Pitts of Exeter (?1663-?1739). Trans. Devon. Assoc. 52, (1920) pp.223-238. [First Englishman to return from Mecca.]

Plummer

Povey, A. A Short Biography of the Work and Life of the late Sir Edgar Plummer, of Exeter; Combined with a history of The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter, (1944) 31 p.

Poole

Carpenter, Brian. Remarkable occurrencees: viewed from Exeter, 1754-1809. in Devon Documents (ed. Todd Gray) (1996) pp.37-41. [Samuel Poole, 1754-1809, diary extracts]

Prestwood

Grylls, Richard. Searching for Prestwood Portraits, Devon Family Historian, vol. 161, (2017) p.12. [Of Exeter and North Huish]

Prudom

Upham, R. Reynell of Parker's Well, Devon Notes and Queries 2, 1902-3, pp. 137-78. [Raymond: Includes part of will of Robert Prudom of Exeter, 1792.]

Prudum

Lega-Weekes, Ethel. Prudum, Produm, etc., Exeter, and the first city seal, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 47, 1915, pp. 248-56. [13th c.]

Quash

Holman, H. Wilson. Joseph Quash. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913, p. 77. [Transcript]

Rafarel

Snetzler, Marjorie F. The elopment, Devon Family Historian 76, 1995, pp. 3-8. [Raymond: Rafarel family of Exeter, Barnstaple, etc., includes pedigree, 19th c.]

Ralph

Watkin, Hugh R. Richard Fitz Ralph. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 14:8, (1927) pp.355-356. [Refers to vol.14, pp.248, 310.] [Ralph Family]

Rattenbury

Rattenbury, John. Rattenbury - Another Chance Meeting, Devon Family Historian, vol. 144, (2012) p.6.

Redvers

Worthy, Charles. The history of the suburbs of Exeter, with general particulars of the landowners, lay and clerical, from the Conquest to the present time, and a special notice of the Hamlyn family, together with a digression on the noble houses of Redvers and of Courtenay, Earls of Devon. London: Henry Gray, et al, 1892.

Rewallin

Tapley-Soper, H. Charles Rewallin, virginal maker of Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 9:8, (1917) pp.241-243, plates: ill. [Inventory set out. Site of "Globe" discussed. See on, 10, p.32.] [1655-1697] [Index]

Reynell

Upham, Reynell, Sainthill, &c., Devon Notes and Queries ol. I, (January 1900 to January 1901), p. 176. [Transcript]
Upham, R. Reynell of Exeter Castle, Devon Notes and Queries 2, (1902-3), pp. 110-12 [12-13th c.] [Index]
Upham, R. Reynell of Parker's Well, Devon Notes and Queries 2, 1902-3, pp. 137-78. [Index]

Reynolds

Reynolds of Pinhoe and Exeter - an account by Richard Meredith, based on research by Dr John Jones.

Edgcumbe, Sir Edward Robert Pearce. Family records relating to the families of Pearce of Holsworthy, Edgcumbe of Laneast, Eliot of Lostwithiel, Livingstone of Calendar, Reynolds of Exeter, Gayer of Liskeard, and others. Exeter: Wm. Pollard & Co,, 1895.
Lane, John. Thomas Hudson and Sir Joshua Reynolds. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913. pp. 277-281. [Transcript]
Reynell-Upham, W.U. John Reynolds, merchant of Exeter, author of "God's revenge against murther". Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 6:2, (1910) pp.57-60, plates: port. [See preceding par.43; also vol.6, p.188] [Transcript]

Rowe

Marshall, C.W. and J.V. Somers Cocks. George Rowe, artist and lithographer, 1796-1864. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 33:2, (1974) pp.56-. [Artist, 1796-1864]

Rowley

Folkes, John (ed.) Dogs, Goats, Bulbs and Bombs: Esther Rowley’s Wartime Diaries of Exmouth and Exeter. The History Press (2010) 224pp. [ISBN-13: 978-0752448831]

Rydon

Soper, C.S. Robert Rydon: 15th century local boy makes good. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 36:6, (1989) pp.211-213. [1450-1500]

Sainthill

Upham, Reynell, Sainthill, &c., Devon Notes and Queries ol. I, (January 1900 to January 1901), p. 176. [Transcript]

Sanxay

Sanxay, Theodore F. The Sanxay family, and descendents of Rev.Jacques Sanxay, Huguenot refugee to England in sixteen hundred and eighty-five. New York: The author (1907) 217p: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library - 929.2/SAN]

Scott

Falla, T.J. Sir Gilbert Scott in Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 35:3, (1983) pp.124-125.

Seage

Dalton, Mike F. Epaphras Seage & Bad Granny, Devon Family Historian, vol. 163, (2017) pp.30-31. [Seage family of Exeter, and Hall family of Sandford]

Shearme

Chope, R. Pearse. Devon and Cornwall organ makers - John Loosemore and Jn Shearme. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 10:5, (1919) pp.164. Jn Shearme, 1686]

Sheldon

Deacon, Audrey. A versatile surgeon. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 35:6, (1984) pp.214-218. [John Sheldon, 1752-1808]

Shillingford

Shillingford, John. Letters and papers of John Shillingford, Mayor of Exeter 1447-50, Westminster, Camden Society (1871) xxvi, 161 pp. [Index]

Shooter

Frank Shooter - Hero of the Exe - from the Life Saving Awards Research Society Journal.

Sillick

Sillick, Sheila Irene. All in a Life Time. Sheila Sillick, Wayside, Grove Lne, Blue Anchor, Minehead, TA24 6J (2011),

Smith

[Smith, A.M.] Some Account of the Smiths of Exeter And Their Descendants, By One of Them, Exeter, Privately published (1896) 30 pp.
Smith, Arthur M. Some account of the Smiths of Exeter and their descendants / by one of them. Exeter: William Pollard & Co. (1896) 59p: tables.
Smith, Edward Floyer Noel. The pedigree of the Smith (sometimes Smyth, Smythe and Smithe), now Smith-Marriott, of Sydling and the Down House, Dorset, Baronet (formerly of Exeter, Madford and Larkbeare, Devon); also of Suttons, Essex, Baronet. London: Harrisons and Sons, 1878. [Raymond: Includes folded pedigree, 14-19th c.]

Southard

Cope, Peter. Exeter Flying Post, Devon Family Historian, vol. 134, (2010) p.11. [Brief details of Helmore and Southard families]
Cope, Peter. Southard and Helmore, Devon Family Historian, vol. 139, (2011) pp.16-17.
Cope, Peter. How They Lived, the Southard Family and Others, in the Courts of Old Exeter, Devon Family Historian, no. 153, (2015) pp.17-20.

Southcott

Lane, Charles. Joanna Southcott. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 7:2, (1912) pp.69-73. [Criticisms of entry in vol.2, p.241, par.196.] [1750-1814]
Lane, Charles. Life of Joanna Southcott. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 44, (1912) pp.732-756. [1750-1814] [Index]
Lane, Charles. Bibliography of Joanna Southcott. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 44, (1912) pp.757-809. [Index]
Joanna Southcott, the "Prophetess of Exeter" - See Gittisham.

Sprague

Sprague, B.G. Spragues in Exeter from 1800 plus some earlier in Crediton. Typescript (1986) 26p. [Westcountry Studies Library - px929.2/SPR]

Stephens

Evans, Barrie. William Stephens of Exeter (1784-1840), coachmaster. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 112, (1980) pp.175-183, plates: ill. [Coach operator]

Street

Street, John C. Notes on a Damerel family of Exeter. Cross Plains: John C. Street (1994) 39p: diagr. [Westcountry Studies Library - px929.2/DAM]

Sutcliffe

Troup, Frances B. Biographical Notes on Doctor Matthew Sutcliffe, Dean of Exeter, 1588-1629, Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 23, (1891) pp. 171-196. [Index]

Taylor

Mugford, W.E. John Taylor. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 3:8, (1905) pp.248. [Clergy, 1540-1554] [Additions to vol 3, pp.190-191, par.142.]

Temple

Russell, Ann. One of Devon's illustrious sons - Archbishop Frederick Temple. Devon Life vol. 3 no. 26, (1967) pp.46-47; ill.

Thomas

Luff, Michael. Thomas Family, Devon Family Historian, no. 152, (2014) pp.17-18.

Trewman

Lugard, Cecil E. The family of Trewman of Exeter. (1947) 9p. [16-19th c.; includes pedigree.] [Westcountry Studies Library - s929.2/TRE]

Trosse

Long, L.H. Trosse family of Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30 (5), 1966, pp. 138-39.
Anon. Life of the Rev. George Trosse, of Exeter, Religious Tract Society (c1834) 72 pp.

Tucker

Tucker, Anthony. Tucker family. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries vol. VI, (January 1910 to October 1911), pp. 150-151. [Refers to Cresswell, B.F., Exeter Churches, D.C.N.Q., (1908).] [Transcript]

Upjohn

Light, Richard Upjohn. Upjohn - Vol 1: A study in ancestry. Vol 2: Two early journals. Kalamazoo: R.U.Light (1990) [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/UPJ]

Veitch

Heriz-Smith, S. The Veitch nurseries of Killerton and Exeter, Garden History 16, 1988, pp. 42-57 & 174-88. [18-20th c.]

Vowell

Worthy, Charles. John Vowell alias Hooker, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 14, (1882) pp.631-656. [Index]

Warelwast

Blake, D.W. Bishop William Warelwast. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 104, (1972) pp.15-33. [1087-1137]

Wallbridge

Jupe, S. Biography of James Wallbridge, Mariner and Brave Seaman, Devon Family Historian, vol. 115, (2005) pp.26-27.

Walrond

Skinner, A.J.P. Marriage of John Edye. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 9:2, (1916) pp.47-48. [John Edye m. Frances Walrond Oke, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dor., 1797.] [Walrond Family] [Index]

Warelwast

Blake, D.W. Bishop William Warelwast. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 104, (1972) pp.15-33. [1087-1137]

Welsford

Welsford, R. & D. Giles Welford 1753-1835: Grocer of Crediton and Exeter, Author (2003). [DFHS Library - p929.2/WEL]
Welsford, R. & D. John Welford 1741-1822: Merchant of Crediton and Exeter, Author (2003). [DFHS Library - p929.2/WEL]
Welsford, R. & D. Nathaniel Welford 1763-1830: Haberdasher of Crediton and Exeter, Author (2003). [DFHS Library - p929.2/WEL]

Western

Western, John. John Western, of Exeter and Sydney, 1824-1893. Devon Historian 32, (1986) pp.22-25. [Transportation. 1840-1847]

Weston

Cresswell, Beatrix F. John Weston, Sculptor, Exon. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. IX, (January 1916 to January 1917), p. 3. [Transcript]

Whittaker

Cockram, David. My "Uncle Fred" - the Man with Two Lives, Devon Family Historian, vol. 157, (2016) pp.43-44. [Fred Whittaker, Exeter City Football player, d. 1960)]

Wilcocks

Wilcocks, Paul. James Carrall Wilcocks, Devon Family Historian, vol. 135, (2010) p.8. [Re James Carrall Wilcocks, father & son, of Exeter, and Anne Sess, of Moretonhampstead]

Williams

Williams, H.Fulford. Notes on the history of the Williams family, originally of Exeter, Devon, with families allied by marriage, 1595-1955. Typescript (1955) 18p. [Westcountry Studies Library - sx929.2/WIL]
Williams, H. Fulford. Three centuries in an Exeter family, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 29, 1964, pp. 149-52.

Wren

Harpley, W. Obituary notices: William Adderly Barton Wren. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 25, (1893) pp.169-170. [Justice of the Peace, 1821-1893] [Index]

Wykes

Lega-Weekes, Ethel. William Wykes, First recorder of Exeter (14th cent.) and Wykes, sheriff of Devon. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 44, 1912, pp. 561-67. [Index]

Yeo

Devonia Cornwall. Booksellers and printers in Devon and Cornwall, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 11, 1920-21, pp. 156-58. [Raymond: Chiefly parish register entries concerning the Yeo family of Exeter.] [Index]
Walter, R., & Toms, H.N.W. An Exeter merchant in Spain, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30, 1965-67, pp. 241-46. [Raymond: Yeo of Stratton, Cornwall, Totnes and Exeter.]

Young

Pearson, J.B. Edward Young, Dean of Exeter. Trans. Devon. Assoc. 39, (1907) pp.194-197. [Index]