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Devon Genealogies - R


Radford, C.D. The royal descent from Edward I, of the Radford families, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 27, 1956-58, pp. 209-12.
Radford, C.D. Radfordiana Devoniensis, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 28, 1959-61, pp. 16-23, 42-46, 82-84, 112-116, 136-41, 176-82, & 288-90. [16-18th c.]
See also Lapford and Kentisbeare.


See Barnstaple, and Exeter.


Brushfield, T.N. Sir W. Ralegh: a plea for the surname, Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 18, 1886, pp. 450-61. [Raymond: On the spelling of the surname.] [Index]
Brushfield, T.N. Raleghana, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 28, 1896, pp. 372312. [17th c.]
Brushfield, T.N. Raleghana, part III: remarks on the ancestry of Sir William Ralegh, Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 30, 1900, pp. 308-40.
Brushfield, T.N. Raleghana, pt. iv: Sir Henry de Ralegh, knight, Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 34, 1902, pp. 456-81.
Coxwell-Rogers, R.R. Raleigh pedigree, Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica vol. 2, 1876, pp. 155-57. [17th c.]
Coxwell-Rogers, R.R. Raleigh pedigree: extracted from the records of the College of Arms. Privately printed, 1869. [17-18th c.]
D., S.G. Memoir of Sir Walter Ralegh, born 1552, beheaded 18 Oct. 1618, New England Hist. & Gen. Reg. 16, 1862, pp. 105-18. [Raymond: Includes Ralegh pedigree, 15-17th c.]
P., M.A. The Raleigh or Rawleigh Family. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VII, (1912-1913), Exeter: James G. Commin. 1913, p. 223. [Transcript]
Stanford, J.G. The Raleghs take to the sea. Mariners' Mirror vol. 48, 1962, pp. 18-35.
See also East Budleigh and Withycombe Raleigh.


See Exeter.


See Plymouth.


Rundell, W.W. Notes relating to the family surnames Randall, Rendell, and Rundell, and to persons who have borne these names. London: Chiswick Press (1891) pp. 60. [BL 9914.f.20.] [Raymond: Medieval-18th c., includes pedigrees.]


See Berry Pomeroy, and Clovelly.


See Barnstaple.


See Exeter.


Rawle, Edwin John. Records of the Rawle family, collected from national archives, parish registers, wills and other sources. Taunton: Barnicott & Pearse, Athenaeum Press, (1898) pp. xii. 324. [BL 9906.k.3] [Raymond: Of Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, etc., 15-19th c.]
See also Stoke Damerel.


See East Budleigh.


See Wembury.


Bearman, R., (Ed.). Charters of the Redvers Family and the Earldom of Devon 1090-1217, Torquay, Devon & Cornwall Record Society New Series, Vol. 37 (1994) xvi + 227 p.
Reichel, Oswald J. Redvers Family, Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries vol. VI, (January 1910 to October 1911), p.96. [Transcript]
Rose-Troup, F. The hereditary sheriffs of Devon, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 64, 1932, pp. 397-413. [Raymond: Descendants of Baldwin the sheriff, and Richard de Redvers, 12th c.]
See also Buckland Monachorum, Exeter, and Walkhampton.


See Plymouth.


Lane, Michael. The Rendel connection: a dynasty of engineers. London: Quiller Press, (1989) 224p. ill. ports,plans,geneal.table. [BL YK.1991.b.3758] [Raymond: 19-20th c. of London; originally of Devon.]
Reynolds, Chris F. Rendell family of South Devon, Tring, Herts., Codil Language Systems [1989?] 65p: tables. [Westcountry Studies Library] [17-19th c.]


See Teignmouth.


Retter, C.F. Notes on the Retter/Rutter families of East Devon and Wellington Somerset. Combe Down, Bath: The Author (1980) [80]leaves: ill. [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/RET]
Stanes, R. Retter: the making of a surname, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 33 (4), 1975, pp. 124-45. [Raymond: Of East Devon and Somerset.]
See also Clyst Honiton.


See Denbury, Exeter, West Ogwell, and Wolborough.


Colby, F.T. Pedigrees of five Devonshire families: Colby, Coplestone, Reynolds, Palmer and Johnson. Exeter: W. Pollard (1884) 40p. Appendices, additions and corrections published 1885 and 1894. 40p. [BL 9904.m.5.]
Reynolds, Chris F. The ancestors of Lucy Ann Reynolds, Tring, CODIL Language Systems (1988) [115] pp. [Westcountry Studies Library px929.2/REY]
See also Plympton St Maurice.


See Cullompton .


See Kentisbury.


See Bratton Fleming.


See Tormoham.


Jon Risdon's pages: Origins of the Risdon dynasty and Notable Risdons then and now.
See West Teignmouth.


See Halberton, and Tiverton.


Moore, Oliver. In Search of Pastures Green: Robins Family from Devon, The Author (2003). [ISBN 0975068806] [DFHS Library 929.2/ROB]


See Axmouth.


See Exeter St Petrock and Shillingford St George.


See Plympton St Mary.


See Rockbeare.


Swanborough, Sue. The Rosebeare Family: Trying to trace owners of these old photos, Devon Family Historian, vol. 163, (2017) p.14.


James, Francis B. Sir Henry Rosewell: a Devon worthy: his ancestry and history, Trans. Devon. Assoc. 20, 1888, pp. 113-22. [Includes pedigree.] [Index]


Nicholls, Christine. We Seek Them Here, We Seek Them There, But End Up In North Devon, Devon Family Historian, vol. 146, (2013) pp.5-6.


See Tiverton.


See Exeter St Sidwell.


Carbonnell, B.M.H. The Rouse or Royal Goblet, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 18, 1934-35, pp. 290-94. [Raymond: Rouse family of Devon and Cornwall, 16-19th c.]
Street, John C. and Peters, Douglas C. A Genealogy of the Rouses of Devon, Madison, Wisconsin, (2002) 6 maps, pedigrees, ix + (i) + 456 pp.
See also Hatherleigh, and Modbury.


See Stoke Gabriel.


White, D.M. A family record. Landford: The Author [1996] 1 vol: ill, maps, ports. [Raymond: Chapter on Routleff/Rowcliff/Rowtcliffe family of Devon] [Westcountry Studies Library sx929.2/ROU]


Rowe, J.Y. Rowe family. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 27, 1956-58, pp. 314-17; 28, 1959-61, pp. 266-69; 29, 1962-64, pp. 65-67 & 116-18.
Rowe, J.Y. Some Rowe-Pine-Coffin connections. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30 (1), 1965, pp. 15-18. [Raymond: Of Cheshire, Leicestershire, and Devon; mainly medieval.]
Rowe, J.Y. Spicer family. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30, 1965-67, pp. 173-74. [17-18th c.] [Raymond: Mainly about the Rowe family.]
Rowe, J.Y. Rowe family and El Cid. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30, 1965-67, pp. 324-6.
Rowe, J.Y. Rowe, Methuen, Howard families and Holcombe Court. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 30 (5), 1966, pp. 136-38..
See also Staverton.


See Bradninch and Sutcombe.


See Broadwoodkelly.


Rumbelow, Bryan. Rumbelow, Devon Family Historian, vol. 115, (2005) pp.37-38.


See Milton Abbot.


Thomson, G.S. Exeter and the Russell Earls of Bedford, Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 17, 1932, pp. 13-30.
Wiffen, J.H. Historical memoirs of the house of Russell; from the time of the Norman Conquest. London: Longman (1833) 2 vols, ports: ill [Westcountry Studies Library]
See also Milton Abbot.