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Index

to

Book of Hartland

by

R. Pearse Chope

Devonshire Press, Torquay, 1940

Facsimile edition, limited printing in 1995

Index provided by Liz Stirling

Preface to the facsimile edition:
"The Book of Hartland by R. Pearse Chope (1862-1938), edited by Isobel Thornley, lecturer in History at University College, London, who subsequently died in an air raid, was published in the dark days of 1940. It rapidly became a rarity not only because of the small number of copies printed but also because of its distinguished quality. It was highly praised by the doyen of Devonshire studies, Professor W.G. Hoskins, who called it 'an almost model history of an exceptionally interesting parish' (Devon, HarperCollins), and is frequently referred to by other historians of the county.
This facsimile edition, published by the Parochial Church Council of Hartland for the benefit of the Church of St. Nectan at Stoke, Hartland, of which Pearse Chope had been a generous benefactor, is more than a tribute to one of Hartland's most distinguished citizens. Interest in local history flourishes in Devon as vigorously as elsewhere, and it is hoped that his work will now become known to a new generation of students and enthusiasts.
One or two chapters, for example that describing the Parish Church, have inevitably been superceded in part by changes since 1940, but the great majority represent the fruits of Pearse Chope's researches in a wide variety of original documents, and have withstood the test of time. Particularly illuminating are those on the early history of Hartland Abbey and the Church of St. Nectan. The original illustrations, which were chosen by him, have been retained.
The continuing interest by the Chope family in this parish and this edition is gratefully acknowledged."
B.H. Warmington
Bear Cottage, Stoke, Hartland
April 1995

INDEX

Abbot's Bickington, 24, 54, 89, 100 (Bukton Abbot), 102, 205, 208
Abbott family, 179-80; arms, 141-2, 179, Anne, 141-2; William I, 51, 105, 203, 204; William II, 142, 154
Ailman, clerk, 225
Ailward the Goldsmith, 38, 226, 230
Alfred, King, 9, 19, 133-4, will of, 9-10
Alwington, 58, 205
Appledore, 3
Arthur, King, 9, 133
Arundells of Lanherne, 36, 46, 51; Sir John, 36, 89, 95, 96, 99, 100; John esq, 210; Sir Thomas, 96, 98, 99, 209; Mr., 111
Ashmansworthy, 45n, 81, 105
Athelstan, King, 19, 214, 223-
Atkin, John of Blegberry, 143, 200
Audele, Sir James de, 91
Augustine, St. 12, 15n
Aylward Butta, 227
Aysse, Giles, 79

Baggilhoole, Thomas, 49
Bagilholl, Richard, 116
Bagilholl, William, 124
Baldwin the Sheriff, 21, 23
Bale, Covenant, 106, 107
Ballhill, 124
Barnstaple 58, 113, 137, 146, 154, 158, 160, 161, 162, 205, 215n, 231, archdeacon of, 76, 209; prior of, 89n, 205, 209
Basset, Arthur, 118
Bath, Earl of, 46, 51, 107, 154, 166
Beare, Margaret, 109; Thomas, 106, 160
Beauchamp, Sir Robert de, 77
Beauford, 58
Beaumont, Sir Richard de, 105
Beaumont, William, abbot, 74n, 92
Beaworthy, rector of, 93
Bechaton, 55, 57
Beckland, 200, 202; Alfwin de, 38
Benedict, abbot, 77, 86
Berden, Salathiel and Mary, 174
Berry, 17, 144, 145, 192
Bible in Hartland Church 94, 169-170
Bideford, 1, 2, 22, 58, 113, 118, 124, 165, 192, 205
Biryman, John, 45, 195
Bishopp, Hugh, 111
Biteford, 194, 197; Geoffrey de, 39; Joel de, 40
Bittedene, Richard de, prior of Frithelstock, 87
Bitworthy, 47, 195, 197
Blackmore, Anne, 106
Blackmore, Phillip, 107
Blagdon, Blackedon, 5, 43, 48, 195, 197; William Waleraund of 39; Walerand de, 105, 195,
Blagdon, William, 107
Blakedon alias Giffard, Thomas, 101
Blakely, Mr., 136
Bleadon, 20
Blegberry, Blekebery, 5, 22, 42, 43, 49, 143, 200; Hedwere in, 49
Bodmin, 58, 205, 214
Bohemia soldiers, 109, 111
Bokerel, Henry, 87
Bond, Grace, 119, 121
Bond, Joan, 125
Bond, John, 170
Bond, Mary, 113n
Borlase family, 14
Boterell, William de, 57
Bradworthy, 41, 174, 202
Braggaton, Jonathon, 113
Branpforde, 58, 205
Breat, Johane, 106, 107
Brait, Joseph, 106, 108, 109, 110 (2)
Brictric, priest, 218-9
Bridgerule, 58
Bristol, 112, 113, 114, 119
Broadwood Kelly, 47
Broken Cross, 17
Brokesbye, Bart, 81
Brook, William, 125
Browne, George, 136
Brushford, Briggeford, 58, 60, 78, 89, 100, 205, 208, 209
Bruton, prior of, 92
Brychan, Brecannus, 12-14, 213, 215, his family- 13, 16, 215
Buck, Anna, 133
   Lady Elizabeth, 132, 186
   George and Anne Orchard his wife, 145, 185, 186
   Lewis, William, 133, 186 (see also Stucley)
Buckish, 24, 48, 156n, Richard de, 38
Buckland (Som.), 28, 42
   Brewer, 154, 164, 202
   Dynham, 28
Bucks, 195, 197
Bude, 1, 2
Burdon, Hugh, 154
Burnard, Richard, 125 (4)
Bursdon, 194, 197, 202; John, son of Adam de, 39
Buse, William, 160
Butter, William, 101

Canute, King, 19, 224
Carew, Baron, 36, 46
Carew, Sir Edmund, 36
Carmarthen, William, prior of, 86
Caray, William, 158
Cary, Sir Robert, 116, 144
Cary, Robert of Clovelly, 105
Carey, Mr., 154
Castle (Hartland), 22, 42, 48, 49, 203
Caynnes, Thomas de, 42, 196 (no.87)
(see Kaynes)
Chamond, John, 89, 94, 210
Charter, Rev. J.F., 137
Charter, Rev. William, 145, 191-2
   As burgess and portreeve, 126n, 192; Mary Wolferstan,
   His wife, 145, 192
Charteray, Sir John de, 105
Charterhouse, the, 189-192
Chaterton, Edmund, 206-7
Chauntrell, John, vintner of London, 100
Cheristow, 13n, 17, 43, 49, 57, 81, 137, 200; Aluric de, 38
Chester, 112, 114
Cholwell, Thomas, sen., of Lutsford, 137
Cholwyll, 99
Chope, Abbott, 132
   Dennis, 132
   Rev. Thomas How, 136, 165, 192-93
Christmas, Charles, 164
Chudleigh, 75
Churton, Rev. William, 139n, 189-190
Cleer, Captain Pearc, 117
Cleverdon, Mr., 163
Clifford, East and West, 47, 195(3), 197; William de, 42,
   195 (no.57)
   Water, 3
   In Woolfardisworthy, 81
Cloutman, Richard, 116
Clovelly, 2, 3, 22, 45, 105, 115, 154, 191, 196n, 227; rector of, 194(no.28), 196n
   Dykes, 7, 8, 18
   Quay, 107(2)
Clyfford, Alan de, 45
Coffyn, William, 47, 80
Cole, Philip, 48
   Richard of Buckish, 156, 157
   Thomas, 209
   Mr., 111
Compton, Henry, 46, 51
Cook, Thomas, 164
Cooke, George, 107, 109
   John, 107
   Thomas, 125
   William, 115
Coole, Nicholas, 163
Corfton (Som.), 28
Cotton, John, 141n
Couch, Ozias, 112
Coule, Cowle, Edmond, 147, 162
Courtenay, Sir Peter of Ugbrooke, 97-99
   Sir William of Powderham, 95-99
Cranford, 43, 194, 195, 197
Creed, John of Cambridge, 144, 184
Cromwell, Oliver, 166
   Thomas, 64, 95-9, 101, 102, 169n, 172
Crowcombe (Som.), 20
Croyde, 58, 208
Cruce, Thomas de, rector of Whitstone, 82
Cucking-stool, 108n

Damehole, 5
Dartmoor, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 33
Dartmouth, 32, 35
Dayman, Agnes, 49, 200; her children Johanna and Mark, 49
Denys of Orleigh, John, 47, 80
   Richard, 47
Deptford, William de, 40, 42
Dey, Robert, 89, 93, 95, 209
Deyman, Charles, 138, 172, 173, 190
   John, 197
   Philip, 158
   William, 106, 154, 158, 159(3)
Docton, Mrs. Alice, 143, 202, 204
   Eleanor, 191
   Mrs. Elizabeth, 162
   John, 95, 101
   Philip, 143, 163; Elizabeth Herle his wife, 143
   Thomas, 101
   Thomas(d.1618), 142, 162, 176
Docton arms, 134
Dollebeare, Walter, rector of Southill, 85
Down, 48, 200, 204n
Dove, Rev. Thomas, 173, 189
Dovecotes, 42, 43, 45, 46
Dunchideock, rector of, 89
Dunheved, Geoffrey de, 28
Dunkirkers, 110, 112
Dyngley, William, clerk, 100
Dynham, Charles(d.circa 1493), 30, 35, 80
   Geoffrey I (fl.1122), Orieldis his wife and Alan his
      Son, 26
Geoffrey II (d.circa 1179), cofounder of the Abbey, 26, 27, 54, 55, 57, 134, 228
   Geoffrey III (d.1204), 28, 55-57
   Geoffrey IV (d.1258), 28, 38-39
   Joce (d.1301), and Margaret his wife, 29
   John I (d.1332), 29, 45, 87
Dynham, John II (d.1383), 29, 81, 83, 88; Muriel his wife,
      29, 65
   John III (d.1428), 29, 73, 75-6, 79, 80, 88; his three
      Wives, 29-30
   Sir John IV, (d.1458), 30, 74-76, Joan his wife, 30
   Sir John V, Lord Dynham (d.1501), 30-37, 46, 47, 80,
      208; his two wives, 33,36; his children, 33, 36;
      his will, 36, 80, 88; his sisters and co-heirs, 3
      36-37, 46
   Josce of Ludlow Castle, 26-28; his daughters, 27-28
   Oliver de I, 26
   Oliver II (d.1150), and Agnorie his wife, 26
   Oliver III, co-founder of the Abbey, 26-28, 55, 57, 61
      196n
   Oliver IV (d.1221), 28
   Oliver V, first Lord Dynham, founder of the borough
      (d.1299), 28, 40, 42, 44, 52, 78, 79, 103; his
      two wives, 28-29
   Oliver VI (d.1500), 30, 35
   Oliver, of Sampford Peverell, 29n
   Roger (d.1490), 30, 35
   Rolland, 26, 27, 38

Eddistone, Eggiston, 115, 200; mills, 41, 43, 49, 200
Edward, Stephen, 110 (2)
Elliott, John, 125
Elmore, John de, 57
Elmscott, 45, 194, 195(2), 197, 198, 204; Henry de,
   194(no.38); William de, 42. 195(nos. 41, 44)
Embury, Beacon, 8
Essam, William, 99
Evens, Elizabeth, 118
Exeter, 1, 6, 18, 20, 21, 35, 69, 106, 107, 111, 130,
137-9, 156-8, 170(2), 171, 173, 188, 189, 193,
196n, 213n
   Black Friars' Church, 29, 30
   St. David's, 193
   St. Lawrence, 93
   St. Stephen's, 91
   Martin Derling, mayor of, 66
Exeter, Hartland Abbey's possessions in, 57, 58, 66, 86, 205
   Bishop of, 209
   Chancellor of the diocese of, 95, 96
   Canons of, 206
   Bishops:
   Bartholomew, 55, 214, 228, 229
   Brantyngham, 68, 73, 78, 81
   Briwere, 92
   Bronescombe, 77, 78, 86, 91
   Cary, 173
   Courtenay, 206-207
   Grandisson, 15, 57, 67, 70, 72, 82, 83, 87
   Philpott, 174
   Quivil, 87
   Stafford, 81, 85
   Stapeldon, 63, 64,67, 69-72, 77, 81, 87
   Veysey, 89, 189
Exmansworthy, 81n, 200; Ailward de, 38
Exter, John, 146

Falmouth, 112
Farford, 50, 177, 201
Fattecott, William de, 40, 195 (no.67)
Firebeacon, 8, 81, 137, 203
Fitz-Warine, Fulk, 27, 28
   Fulk Bourchier, Lord, 36
Flanders, 167; Flanders low country soldiers, etc, 106,
   108, 110(2), 112
Forde, John de, 40, 194(no.23)
Forrabury (Boscastle), 57, 205, 210; rectors of, 89-90
Fortescue, 'Justice,' 115
Fosfelle, 146, 197; Alfred de, 40, 42, 194 (no.22)
France, soldiers etc from, 111, 126; Frenchmen, 111,
   112(2), 114, 116(3), 119(passim), 120(2), 125
Friend, Captain, 124
   Jane, 124
Fremington, 57, 89, 198(no.64), 205, 209; Sir James de
   Audele, lord of, 91; vicars of, 90-91
Frithelstock Priory, 77; priors of, 74, 86; and see
   Bittedene, Richard de; Hawes, Walter; Rede, Thomas

Galsham, 57, 144
Galsworthy, John, 50, 121
   William, 115(2)
   Epitaphs, 150-153
Gaol, 106, 107, 109
Gawlish, 47, 81, 189, 194, 198, 201
Gaye, William, 208, 209
Geare, Walter, 87
Gibbins, Gibbons, John, 136, 139
Gibbs, John, 174
Giffard, Bartholomew, of Halsbury, 105, 194(no.25),
   195(no.75)
   Matthew of Clovelly, 105
   Robert, rector of Clovelly, 194(no.28), 196n
   See also Blakedon, Gyffard
Girold the Chaplain, 23-4
Gittyns, David, 100
Glastonbury, 133, 173
Glawing, Agnes, 115
Gloucester, 78
Godwin, Earl, 17, 19, 20, 129, 224-5
Gogh, John, abbot, 88, 206-7
Gorden, Mary, 125
Gorven, 48, 94, 100, 194, 195(no.80), 196nn., 198
Grenville, Grenevile, Graynefyld, Sir Richard, 209
   Sir Theobald, 82-3
Grills, 125
Gunpowder, 113, 156-160, 168
Guy Fawkes' Day, 165-6, 172
Gyffard, Joan, 85
   Roger, 99
Gyfford, John, 47
Gyrnoun, John, 87
Gytha, 17, 19-21, 133, 225; her Devon Manors, 20;
   As foundress of the collegiate church, 19, 20,
   129, 134, 225

Halsangre, Sir John, 75
Halyburton, Patrick, 206-7
Hamlyn, John, 163(2)
Hammatt, Zechary, 176
Hardisworthy, 44, 47, 48, 105, 196, 198, 204n
Harold, King, 16, 17, 20
Harpford, 26, 27, 28, 40, 41, 73
Harriss, John, 106
Hartland:
   Sea-dissected valleys, 4-5
   Earthworks, 8
   Tumuli, 8-9
   Menhirs, 9
   Chapels, 13n, 17, 55, 57, 80-1, 137, 224
   Holy wells, 13n, 16-17, 215, 216, 226
   Manors in the parish, 24
   Manor of, 19, 21-25, 26, 28, 38-53, 224, 225
   Later lords of, 46, 51, 166
   No open-field system in, 22
   Mills, 41, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49, 200, 201
   Dovecotes, 42, 43, 45, 46
   Fishpond, 43, 49
   Local industries, 174
   The Civil War in, 113, 114, 138
      The 'Four&Twenty,' 158, 159, 162, 175
   Churchwardens' powers, 175
   Rectory, 189, 209
   Vicarage, 77-78
   Vicars and curates, 188-193
   Places in, 194-204
   Field-names, 49, 50, 202-3, Butterbury or Golden Park,
      22, 42, 43, 202; Dayhouse Park, 48; Deer Parks,
      22, 41, 43, 46, 203; St. Wenns' Acre, 57
   Inhabitants' names:-
      Taxpayers in 1168, 38
      Jurors in 1258, 39
      Witnesses c. 1258, 39-40   
      Jurors in 1299, 40
      Jurors in 1301, 42
      Free tenants in 1301, 194-6
      Jurors in 1321, 45
      Jurors in 1332, 45
      Jurors in 1429, 46
      Jurors in 1458, 46
      Free and customary tenants in 1566, 197-204
Names in these lists are not indexed separately unless they occur elsewhere.   
   Abbey, 29, 36, 54 et seqq.
      Founders, 26, 28, 55-57
      Henry II's charter, 55, 228n
      Seals, 12, 18, 222
      First coming of regular canons, 229
      List of abbots, 86-9
      Priors:-
      John (1169) 55, 230
      William de Herlecombe (1330) 87
      John Cotiler (1349) 87
      William or Walter Peenecott (1492) 69, 89
      John Prust jun., 89
      Thomas Gybbe (1534), 95, 98
      John Horwell (1539) 89. 101-2
      Officials in 1349, 87
      Officials in 1492, 89
      Servants in 1320, 71
      Number of canons, 69
      Names of canons:
         In 1330, 87
         In 1427, 74&88
         In 1442, 88
         In 1492, 88
         In 1534, 89, 95, 98
         In 1539, 101-2
      Other names:
         Chuddebroke, Richard, 72
         King, Henry, 99, 101
         Mercheman, Robert, 68
         Shire, Henry, 73, 74, 75, 88
      As priors of Frithelstock, 77
      Election of an abbott, 73-76
      Agreement respecting elections, 80
      Patrons in 1529, 89, 95
      Endowments, 57-8, 66, 78, 86, 205, 208-210
      Patronage, 89-93
      Books, 69
      Tomb from, 65, 136, 141
      The modern house, 61, 64-6
      Collegiate church, 19, 54-6, 225; canons of, 23;
            54-6, 227; Osbert, prior of, 229
      Parish church, 16, 19-21, 76, 81, 89, 127-134,
         205
         reputed gift by Athelstan, 224
         pope's chamber, 8n, 128, 132
         St. Mary's Guild, 102, 131, 133
         Roofs, 131-2
         Windows, 132-4
         Tower, 129-30
         Sundial, 129
         Altars, 136-7
         Screens, 138-9
         Font, 135
         Plate, 137-8
         Organs, 139
         Singing books, 172n
Hartland Point, 1, 5-8, 11, 21; lighthouse, 5
Hartland Quay, 4, 5, 9, 174
Hartland Hundred, 22, 23, 26, 44-46, 51, 105
Harton, 1, 10
   Borough, 40, 51, 52, 103-6
   Charter, 103-5
   Weekly market, 103, 105-6
   Fairs, 103, 105-6, 125
   Portreeve, 104, 111n, 116, 125, 126n, 192
   Lord's bailiff, 104, 107
   Crier, 104
   Market house, 125
   Town hall, 154, 192
   Town bell, 162, 168
   Stocks, 108, 121, 125(3)
   Town's stock, 122
   Mill, 43, 101, 104, 200, 201
   Chapel, 57, 81, 137
   Chapel of ease, 139, 165, 192
   Burgesses, 41-43, 103-105
Hatherlegh, William, 95
Hawes, Walter, prior of Frithelstock, 88
Haynes epitaphs, 148, 151
Heard, H., 125
   John of 'Moringstowe,' 111
   William, 132, 136
Hendon, 8-9, 203
Hendre, William, 100
Hendy, Robert, 99
Hertilonde, Henry de, vicar, 77-8, 188
Hescott, 201; Ailmer de, 38
Hindharton, 22, 41, 43, 49, 203
Hockin, Edward, 129
Hodelle, Walter, chaplain, 78
Hodge, William, 137
Hole, 105, 201; Aula (Hole), Ralph de, 42, 194 (no.21)
   South, 13n, 81, 188; manor of, 24, 47
Holland, 117, 119; Dutchmen, 117, 118(2), 119(3)
Holloforde, William, 171
Holonde, Sir John, Earl of Huntingdon, 91
Holsworthy, 114, 165; dean of, 78
Hooper, Gabriel, 154
Horrabridge, 47
Hoydge, Edward, 157
Hunt, Robert, and his sons John and William, 93
   ___, Thomas, clerk, 89, 93, 95
Huntsmen, 176
Hurley, 159
Husband, George, 155
   John, of Gawlish, 189
   John, 110(2)
   Martyn, 137
Husband, Philip, 113

Ilfracombe, 2, 192
Impressment of soldiers, 108, 109, 113
Inverness, 125
Ireland, 167, 213; soldiers for, 156, 158
Irish pirates, 106, 224
Irish poor relieved, 106-115, 117-119, 122
Italian, 121

James I, King, 165
Jeffery, 125
Juell, Peter, 106, 109, 110
   Richard, 159

Karneynet, Thomas de, 87
Kaynes, Thomas, 42
   William, 86 (and see Caynnes)
Kernic, Oger de, abbot, 66, 78
Kernstone, 81, 86, 137
Keyne, Henry, 171
Kilkhampton, 82-83
King, Richard, 114
Kingskerswell, 30, 80n
Kingsley, Charles, 4, 7, 8
Knowstone, 57, 89, 95, 205, 208, 209; rectors and vicars of
   91-93
Kyllyvreth, Henry, 100
Kynelaunde, 58, 205
Kynemanston, Margery, Dyonisia and Lucy de, 86
Kyng alias Sonder, Sampson, 95
Kyngslande, Katherin, 100

Lake, Thomas, 164
Lancell, Matilda, widow of William, 86
Landellis, Thomas de, 86
Lane, John, publisher, 146
   Lane's son, 125
Lapthorne, Martha, 116
Larymar, Thomas, 94, 170
Launcells, 58, 83, 86, 80, 94, 100, 205(2), 208, 210,
   Vicars of, 84, 93
Launceston, prior of82, 209
Leach, John, 108
Legh, manor of, 208
Leigh, 86
Lemann, clerk, 225
Lendon, John, 116
   Richard, 112(2), 116, 121
Leye, Richard de, 86
Lezant, rector of, 87
Limebridge Water, 174
Littleham, 47, 80n, 194, 198
Liverpool, 119
Livyng, Bishop, 213, 220, 221
Llanthony Abbey, 57
London, 108, 138, 146, 191; St. Andrew's, Holborn, 184;
   Grey Friar's Church, 35, 36(2)
Londoners, 122
Longfurlong, 13n, 81, 137, 171, 194, 198, 201, 203;
   Joel and Alfred de, 39-40; William de, 42, 194,
   196(no.88)
Loosemoore, John, 129, 139
Lorrymer, Richard, abbot, 50, 51, 94, 198(no.72)
Ludlow Castle, 26-28
Ludekeford, Lutsford, Elyas and Margery, 86
   Aylmer of, 227
Luffincott, 102
Lundy, 3, 4, 7, 39, 215n
Lutsford, 227
Luttrell family, 182-84, 189; arms, 13, 138, 182
   Andrew(d.1625), 142, 182; Prudence Abbott, his wife,
   142, 181-2
   Nicholas(d.1637), 143, 183

Malet, William, 48
Mansley, Manysleigh, 58, 175, 204n
Marcadon, 17, 57
Maresco, William de, 39
Marhamchurch, Marwynchurch, 13n, 16, 58, 85, 210, 231
Marshall, John, 75
Mattyngho, Gencian, abbot, 73-6, 88
May, Philip, 155(2), 156, 159, 160
Maye, Davie, 106
Meddon, 24, 40n, 81, 137, 204n, 226; Jordan de, 42
Mertone, Walter and Thomas de, 82
Milford, 24, 58, 81, 86, 105, 137, 174, 204n
Miller, William, 140
Milliton or Milyngton, William, 142, 180
Milton, Abbas, 173
Minister, a distressed, 124
Modbury, 91
Molland, 57, 89, 95, 205, 208, 209; rectors and
   Vicars of, 91-93
Molton, North, 125; South, 58, 93, 205
Monk, General, 166
Moor, 50, 201
Moreman, Rev. John, 188-189
   Thomas, clerk, 197
Morice, Francis, 189; William, 165, 173
Morrison, Rev. Hooper, and Charlotte Orchard his wife,
   145, 185, 186
   Rev. Thomas Hooper, 146, 186
Morwenstow, 13n, 16, 111
Moys, Cecilia and Lucie, 85
Mugford, Mary, 125

Natcott, Nuttecott, 37, 194, 198
Nectan, St., 12-18, 19, 54; life, 12-13, 16, 18, 213-232;
   Date of festival, 18n, 129, 214; cult,14n, 16; shrine,
   16, 65, 219; discovery of body, 221; miracles, 219,
   222-232; statue, 18, 130
Newberry, 17, 161
New England, 120; cf. 'a planter,', 121
Newlands, 9
Newlyn, 14-15
Newton, 17, 18, 137, 218
Newton St. Loe, 91
Newquay, 14
Nicholas, Richard, 129
Nicholl, Anne, 115
   Hugh, 154
   James, 123
   John, 124
   Laco, 109
Nicholls, Peter, 145
Northam, 113, 162
Norton, 48, 194, 198, 201, 204;
   Nicholas de, 45, 194(no.5)
Nutley Abbey (Bucks), 55
Nutwell, 26-31, 40, 42, 75, 80

Oakhampton, 157
Olyver, Phylyp, 95
   William, 42
Orchard family, 145, 185; arms, 134, 138, 145, 185
   John, 47
   Paul I (d.1740), 64, 65, 138, 145, 185; Mary Luttrell
      His first wife, 138184, 185; Rebecca Smith his
      Third wife, 145, 185
   Paul II (d.1812), 61, 65, 145-6, 185; Bettina Lawley
      His wife, 146, 185
   Rev. William, 138, 173, 190
Otterton, 20, 87
Ottery St. Mary, 83

Padstow, 3, 13, 113, 141
Palmer, Richard, 49
Parco, Henry de, 58
Parkham, 163
Pattard, Patter, 48, 201, 204n
Pattermede, 204
Pax, William, 66, 86
Pearce, Robert, 115
Peard, William, 156
Penals, William, 73, 75
Pengersick, 142
Pennington, Christopher, bell-founder, 162-3
Penzance, 111, 115-119
Person, Robert, 79
Pertrigge, Sir William, 75, 76
Peverell, Hugh, 58, 195(no.78); Richard and Margaret, 58
Philham, Filham, 13n., 81, 110, 116, 119, 137; Nicholas de,    196(no.90)
Piddletrenhide, 173
Piepowder, court of, 105-106
Pilgrimages, 228, 229
Pillory, 108n
Pirates, 106, 107
Pitt, 47, 65, 195, 198, 204n; William atte, 45;
   Alexander de la, 195(no.60)
Pleasure House on the Warren, 64, 65
Plymouth, 157(3)
Pollard, Hugh, 42n
   John, 51; Sir Lewis, 204n; Lewis, 105; Richard or
   Hugh, 95-6; Mr., 154
Pomeray, Sir John de la, 79
Ponchardon, Sir John de, 105
Pope, John of St. Sidwell's, 101
   Thomas, last abbot, 64, 96, 97, 99, 102, 208
Porter, John, 75
Poughill, 83
Powell, Lucrecia, 116
   William, 115(3)
Prance, Justinian, 113
Prideaux, Prydoow, Humphrey, J.P., 199
   Sir John, 79, 80
   Sir Nicholas, 108
Privateer, 124
Prout, Timothy, 175
Prust, Christian, 116   
   Elnor,106, 107
   Henry and Katherine, 101
Prust, Hugh, 108
   High constable, 158
   Bailiff of Stoke, 209
   Of Gorven, 48, 100, 105
   Of Thorry, 102, 105, 204n
   Jane, 118
   John, sen. Of Gorven, abbot, 89, 95-6
   Jun. of Gorven, abbot, 89, 95-100; will, 100
   Richard, 209, 115
   Thomas, 189
   William, 116(2), 124

Quance, Simon, 177; William, 118

Raleghe, John, priest, 83
   Of Beaudeport, Sir John, 83
   Of Charles, Sir John de, 82-83
Raleghe, Roger de, abbot, 63, 73, 82
Ratleff, Henry, 107
Rede, Thomas, prior of Frithelstock, 88
   Thomas, jun., 74, 88
Reigny, John, 80
Rents
   Of cumin, 46, 196
   Of gloves, 208
   Of hens, 43n., 44, 45, 196
   Of pepper, 41, 42, 46, 47, 196, 198
   Of a rose, 44
   Of wax, 198
   Of wheat, 50-1
Rice, Rise, Lewes, 115, 174
Richard, called of Ilchester or Tokelin, archdeacon of
   Poitiers, 54-57, 61, 228
Ridvers, Hawisia de, 58
Romans in Devon, 6-8
Roscarrock, Nicholas, 13, 14, 16, 17
Rous, David de, 140
Rowe, George, 116(2)

St. Catherine's Tor, 4, 5; 'Roman villa', 7-8; chapel, 8
St. Endellion, 13n., 65
St. Issey, 13n.; vicar of, 93
St. Leonard's, 17
St. Nectan's Kieve, 15, 213
St. Wenn, 13n., 81
St. Winnow, 13n., 15
Sandpath, 5
Scottish soldiers etc., 111(2), 122
Seccombe, John, 47, 48, 197, 198
Seckington, 8, 195, 198, 204, 230; Seckington Water, 3
Seller, Roger, 47
Sellick, George, 165
Severn Sea, 2, 5, 16, 21, 215n
Sherme, Simon, 154
Shobrooke, Mr., 163(2)
Shopshill, 57
Skam, John, 113
Skitch, Humfrey, 159, 170
Smoothland, 5
Sourton, 58, 208
Speccette, Sir John, 106
Speckecote, Nicholas de, 39
Speke, Spec, Spek, Robert de, 58
   William de, 60
Speke's Mill, 4
Stantorre, John, 79
Staunton, John de, 45
Staveley, James, 100
Stephen, Robert, public notary, 74
'Stetmon'e', 51
Stockdale, MSS, note on, 67
Stoke, 17, 19-21, 57, 60, 79, 85, 100, 140, 146, 208, 209,
   217, 219; manor in Domesday, 23-4, 54; Barton, 9, 54,
   101, 208 (and see Hartland: Collegiate Church)
Stratton, 10, 19, 83
Strelley, John, 100
Stucley family, 186-7
   Other references:
   Sir George Stucley(formerly Buck), 1st Bt., 18,132, 186
   Sir Hugh, 4th Bt., 133, 187
   Hugh of North Beckland, 105, 202, 204
   Sir Lewis, 2nd Bt., 133, 165, 186
   Dame Marion, 65, 186
Sutcombe, 190
Swetenham close, 9
Syccombe, John, 101
Symon, Anne, 108
Syncocke, Roger, 156

Tamar, 3, 6; Tamar Lake, 9
Tarrant Hinton, 91
Tavistock, 157(2)
Tawton, Richard, sen., abbot, 73, 88
   Jun., abbot, 80, 88
Tawton, North, 60, 191
   South, 20, 24
Taylor, W.& J., bell-founders, 164, 174
Thomas, Richard, 125
Thorne, John, 162
   Roger, 109(2)
Thorry, 42, 102, 198
Tibb, Thomas, 108
Tintagel, 3, 15, 16, 215n
Titchberry, 85, 209; Thomas de, 39
   (and see Tyttesbury)
Tone, Philip, abbot, 73, 79, 85, 88
Tooker, Silvester, 115
Topsy, Richard of Stoke, 140
Torrington, 3, 58, 154, 156(3), 160, 205
   Little, 20
Tosberry, Tassebury, 44, 50, 51, 94, 195, 198;
   Edward de, 38
Totnes, archdeaconry of, 206-7
Tracy, Oliver de, 57, 231
   Sir Henry de, 90
Tregonwell, John, 101
Tregouse, John, 100
Trellick, 9
Trick, epitaphs, 147-8
True, Trew, 47, 194, 198
Truro, 117
Tucker, Mrs. Joanna, 171
Tucking-mill, 49, 201
Turkey, soldiers or captives from, 107(3), 109(2),
   111-113, 116, 117, 119, 122
Turner, William, 113
Tyttesbury, Richard, canon of Exeter, 85

Udno, 87
Upcott in Sheepwash, 20, 28, 47, 194, 198
   In Welcombe, 194, 204

Velly, 81, 137, 195, 198, 201;
   Men of, 195(nos. 61-3), 196(no.86)
Velly, John, 144, 156
   Thomas, 144
   Mr., 163
Ventnor, 139
Vine, 124; Michael, 165; Nicholas, 173
Vine epitaphs, 149-11
Vyell, Richard, 47

Wagot, William, archdeacon of Totnes, 206
Wakeley, Ralph de, 91
Waltham Abbey, 16, 20, 55
Warham wood, 58
Waryn, Master John, 74, 75
Watchet, 21, 173
Way, Isot, 123; Peter, 125
Webber, Henry, 74
Welcombe, 3, 13n, 16, 24, 57, 81, 89(2), 105, 137, 210;
   Upcott in, 194, 204
Welshmen, 111
Wembsworthy, 194, 199, 210; Elyas de, 39; Henry de, 42,
   194(no.32)
Wenlock, Sir John, 31-3
Whipping, 106-8, 110, 116, 118, 121, 122, 125
Whitstone, 83-5, 93n; Richard Buvyle, rector of, 83, 85;
   Thomas de Cruce, rector of, 82
William I, King, 19, 20, 26, 133-4
Williams, John, portreeve, 125n, 126n
   Clerk, 100; Richard, 113; Robert 116; Widow, 125
Windbury Head, 8
Winkleigh, Wynkeleghe, 58, 100, 196n, Nicholas de, 40
Wolferstan family, 144-5
Woolfardisworthy, 22, 25, 51, 58, 78, 81, 89, 105, 114,
   154, 156n, 158, 159(2), 161n, 191, 195(nos.73, 77),
   198(no.53), 209; Sir Walter Hodelle, curate of, 78
Worcester, William, 13, 16, 18, 213
Wydeslade, John and Richard, 80
Wyger, John, 140
Wyke St. Mary, 84
Wyndynge (i.e. winnowing)place, 49, 202n
Wynescote, John de, 39
Wynscote, David de, abbot, 73, 87
Wynslade, John, 48

Yagland, Yaggalond, 48, 194, 199
Yapham, 43, 194, 204; John de, 196(no.84)
Yarnscombe, 22, 24, 39, 47, 105, 195, 199
Yeo, Joan and Elizabeth, 100
   Justinian, 159; Richard, 159(2), 170; Richard, 159(2),
   170; Robert, 190;
Yoe, Hugh J.P., 99
Yetswiert, Nicasius, 81

Zouch, Lord, 36, 46, 51
Zouche, Sir John, patron of the Abbey, 89, 95