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Name Index

To

The Parishe, of, Hevitree in the, Countye, of, Devon

Devon Notes & Queries, Vol. 1, (1900) pp.59-73.

by

G.R,

Prepared by Michael Steer

After the Reformation the church of each parish was not only its place for worship, but also the seat and centre for the transaction of all business concerning the parish. In it, according to law, the minister had to read aloud from time to time articles of inquiry founded on the Queen's or the diocesan's injunctions, and to admonish wardens and sidemen to present offences under these articles at the next visitation. In it also he gave monition for the annual choice of collectors for the poor; warning for the yearly perambulation of the parish bounds; and public announcement of the six certain days on which each year every parishioner had to attend in person or send wain and men for the repair of highways. 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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Brodmor, Thomas 63
Bruton, William 63
Chubb, Robert 63
Coory, John 63
Duck, Richard (also Ducke) 59, 63
Elizabeth I 59
Glanfyld, George 63
Hearn, Nycholas 63
Isack, John (also Isake) 59, 63
Lang, John 63
Leigh, John of Wonforde (also Ligh) 59, 63
Leigh, John the younger of Mere 59, 63
Leigh, Thomas 63
Leigh, William 63
Monstephen, William 63
Mynyfye, Roger 63
Pookay, Edward 63
Powl, William 63
Pym, John 63
Rowe, Richard 63
Taylor, James 63
Taylor, Rychard 63
Tucker, William 63
Townesende, Mr Stephen DD 62