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Index to

HARTLAND QUAY: THE STORY OF A VANISHED PORT

by

Michael Nix and Mark R. Myers

Hartland Quay Museum, 1982

Index prepared by Brian Randell, Jul 2002

"This History of Hartland Quay is much more than a chronicle of events: the authors have introduced the many varying characters who were involved in the enterprise over almost four centuries, with a glimpse of its changing role in the 20th century. Details of their lives and of their living; the endless struggle against the mighty Atlantic Ocean on this rugged coast; the successes and failures of the the characters involved. It is a remarkable account of a stalwart people who built and maintained this small remote harbour in such an exposed position. . ." [From the Foreword by Sir Dennis Stuckley]
Abbott, William, 5, 6, 7, 8, 23, 35
Almrott, Andrew, 19
Arber, E.A. Newell, 21, 23, 48
Ashton, Charlotte, 20
Ashton, Jim, 29
Baker, Elizabeth, 28
Baker, Moses, 18, 27, 28, 29, 32, 42
Bate, John, 10
Beara, John, 48
Beer, William, 38
Benson, Thomas, 42
Bond, James, 27
Bouquet, Mary, 46
Bouquet, Michael, 46, 48
Boyle, Vernon, 36
Boyle, Vernon C., 19, 48
Boyle,Vernon, 29
Brice, 24
Brimacombe, Charles, 18, 19, 20, 27, 36, 38, 39
Brimacombe, John, 19
Brimacombe, Susanna, 18
Buck, George Stucley, 18
Buck, L.W., 18
Buck, Lewis William, 33
Buck, Squire Edward Lewis, 18
Burrow, Cory, 19, 25, 40
Campin, Thomas, 42
Can, Leonard, 7
Carter Family, 37
Carter, Daniel Dennis, 18
Carter, Dr., 35
Carter, Dr. Daniel Dennis, 38
Carter, Ellen Grace, 18
Carter, Frances, 18
Carter, Loveday, 38
Carter, Richard, 38
Cary, George, 7, 12
Chope, R.P., 32
Chope, Richard Pearse, 48
Clement, William, 7
Clibbett, William, 38
Cole, Richard, 6
Colley, Thomas, 18, 27
Colwill, John, 28, 32
Colwill, Thomas, 18
Comer, Henry, 12
Copinger, Daniel Herbert, 42
Copinger, 'Cruel', 16
Daniell, William, 13, 14
de Dynham, Oliver, 4
Dean, John, 16
Defoe, Daniel, 12, 48
Denis Family, 37
D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, 6
Docton, Mr, 9
Drake, 6
Dredge, John Ingle, 48
Edward I, 4
Eggins, George, 16
Exon, Capt., 45
Farr, Graham, 48
Finch, Captain, 16
Finch, Robert, 37
Fish, Margaret, 27
Forceville, Capt., 41
Frith, Francis, 30
Gade, Felix, 21
Galsworthy Family, 37
Galsworthy, James, 38
Gibbs, John, 42
Godwin, Earl, 4
Gregory, I.L., 32, 48
Grenville, 6
Guegan, Michael, 39, 46
Gytha, wife of Earl Godwin, 4
Hambly, William, 29
Harris, Richard, 18
Hawker, Parson Robert Stephen, 16, 18
Hawkins, 6
Heard Family, 37
Heard, Capt. R.N., 46
Heard, Dennis, 19, 25, 46
Heard, Henry, 7
Heard, John, 19
Heard, Sonia, 5
Heard, William, 16, 26, 27, 46, 48
Henry VIII, 4, 5
Herbert, Capt. P.M., 37
Herbert, Capt. Peter M., 46
Heydon, John, 14
Hobbs, J.S., 48
Hockin, Ann, 13, 17
Hockin, Betsy, 13
Hockin, Edward, 13, 14, 16, 17, 25, 26, 27, 32, 37, 38, 47
Hockin, Fanny, 17, 18, 38
Hockin, Frank, 17, 18, 37, 38
Hockin, John, 13, 37, 38
Hockin, William, 13
Hodge, William P., 40
Hubbard-Fielder, Duncan, 48
Imray, James, 48
Jeffrey, Douglas, 2
Jeffrey, Leonard, 26, 27, 46
Jewell Family, 19
Jewell, George, 18
Johns Families, 21
Johns, Frank, 21, 46
Johns, Geoff, 21, 46
Johns, Mrs. Frank, 46
Johns, Philip, 21, 46
Kellaway, Grace, 17, 27
Kellaway, John, 17, 27
Kievel (limeburner), 30
Langham, A., 48
Langham, M., 48
Luttree Family, 8
Luttrell, Mary, 8
Luttrell, Mr., 32
Luttrell, Nicholas, 8, 9
Maskell, Jane, 46
Maton, Dr., 13
Maton, W.G., 48
McCarthy, Boatman, 43
McCarthy, Coastguard, 45
Mills, George, 39
Mills, James, 39
Mountjoy Family, 37
Myers, Lyn, 46
Nectan, Saint, 4
Nicholas, Richard, 17
Nicholl, Peter, 10
Nix, Peternella, 46
Oatway, Thomas, 20, 21, 27, 41, 45
Orchard, Paul, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 33, 36
Orchard, Squire, 10, 41
Parsons, William, 14
Payne, Donald, 48
Pearse, Richard, 48
Pennington, Alfred, 24
Pennington, Alfred T., 21, 25
Pillifan, Andrew, 11
Pillman, Thomas, 14, 27, 32, 33
Pope, Thomas, 5
Popham Family, 9
Popham, John, 9
Prouse, Charles, 39
Prust, John, 14
Prust, Thomas, 8
Quance, William, 18
Raleigh, 6
Randall, Arthur, 10
Reed, Charles, 27, 42
Richard, Archdeacon of Poitiers, 4
Risdon, Tristram, 6
Roadley, Richard Francis, 16
Shutt, William, 9
Snow (blacksmith), 27
Southwood, Thomas, 14
Stone, Richard, 20, 29
Stucley, Denis, 2
Stucley, Sir Dennis, 3, 23, 46, 48
Stucley, Sir George, 18, 33, 40
Thomas, Grace, 8
Thomas, Richard, 8, 9, 12, 13, 36, 38
Tonkin, Thomas, 7
Trick Family, 37
Tucker, Nicholas, 40
Vine Family, 37
Vine, Richard, 38
Warmington, J., 16
White, William, 48
Whitefield, James, 39
Whitefield, Samuel, 39, 40
Wickey, George, 42
Wickey, Margaret, 42
Wickey, Richard, 42
William, Duke, 4
Williams, Elizabeth, 18, 19, 27
Williams, Jack, 27
Williams, John, 19, 30
Williams, Richard, 19
Workeman, Mr., 32
Young, Major, 21

Brian Randell, 16 Jul 2002