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Devon Genealogies - E


Earle, Isaac Newton. History and genealogy of the Earles of Seacaucus with an account of other English and American branches. Marquette, Michigan: Guelff Printing Co. 1924. [Raymond: Includes chapters on the Earles of Somerset, Wiltshire, Devon, Dorset, Essex, Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Lancashire.]


See Lydford.


Genealogist. The Easton family and the arms of the County of Devon, Western Antiquary 9 (2), 11 pp. 24-8. See also 9 (3-4), 1889, 50-6.
Eaton Family Association. Report of the fifth annual reunion of the Eaton family...held at New Haven: Tuttle, Morchouse (1888). 21p. [Raymond: Appendix - Francis Eaton of Plymouth] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/EAT]
See also Morchard Bishop.


Eden, Gordon. Interesting Relationships, Devon Family Historian, vol. 133, (2010) pp.16-17. [William George Eden and his family]


Edgcombe, Gerald. My Edgcombe line 1700-1995, Farnborough, A.J.C. Taylor (1996) ii, 72p: map, gen tables. [Westcountry Studies Library p929.2/EDG]


Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of. Records of the Edgcumbe family. Plymouth: W. Brendon & Son, (1888) pp. 142. [Raymond: Medieval-17th c. includes pedigree to 19th c.] [BL 9906.g.33]
Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of. The early history of the family of Mount Edgcumbe, J. of Roy. Institution of Cornwall 8, 1883-5, pp. 133-41. [Medieval-16th c.]
Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of. The early history of the family of Mount Edgcumbe, Journal of the British Archaeological Association 33, 1877, pp. 15-22. [Medieval. ]
Edgcumbe family genealogy and history. Farnborough: A.J.C. Taylor, 1988- . [Raymond: Many articles on the family in Cornwall and Devon.]
See also Lamerton, and Milton Abbot.


Skinner, A.J.P. West Country families: Edwards, Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset 15, 1917, pp. 243-5. [Raymond: Of Dorset, Somerset, and Devon, 17-19th c.]


See Sheepstor.


Ellicott, William M. Families of Churchill, Croker, Fox, Coplestone, Bonvile, Ellicott, etc., of Devonshire, England, and some of their descendants in America. . . Baltimore: [ ], 1931. Reprinted from the Maryland Historical Magazine 26, (1931) 19p, pls: ill. [Medieval -18th c.] [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELL]


Ellis, James C. Devonshire exiles: a family history. [s.l.]: [s.n.] (1991) [Ellis Family] [Plymouth Library 929.2ELL]
Street, John C. An Ellis family of Devon and Newfoundland: based on the work of C. Archer Ellis (1859-1943) of St. John's Newfoundland. Cross Plains, Wis.: J.C. Street (1994) 79 pp.: ill. [LC CALL NO.: CS90.E471994]
See also Woodbury.


[Album of cuttings relating largely to the Elphinstone family]. Cuttings 1850-1950 1 vol. [Westcountry Studies Library s929.2/ELP]
See also Pennycross and Plymouth.


See Chagford.


Lethbridge, Roper, Sir. The Devonshire ancestry and the early homes of the family of John Endicott, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, 1629. Exeter: W. J. Southwood. [1902?] 31p. [Westcountry Studies Library 929.2/EN]
See also Exeter St Thomas the Apostle.


See Plymouth.


See Sidbury.


See Broadwoodwidger.