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The Book of Hemyock: Heart of the Blackdowns

Compiled by Brian Clist and Chris Dracott

Halsgrove Press (2001)

 

Index by Lora M. Beseler

 

 

Abbey; Alberis; ex-Italian POW, 143
Abu Dhabi; Das Island; Persian Gulf, 143
Ackland, 18
Ackland, Ann; married Oct 1706 Nicholas Sommers, 48
Ackland, Bridget; married May 1706 William Calway; Quaker of Holcombe Rogus, 48
Ackland, Eleanor; born 1700; sister of Mary, Isaac and Jane Ackland; Quaker, 48
Ackland, Isaac; born 1695; brother of Mary Ackland; Quaker, 48
Ackland, Isaac; husband of Eleanor; laborer; Quaker, 48
Ackland, Jane; born 1697; daughter of Isaac Ackland; Quaker, 48
Ackland, Mary; born 1693; daughter of Isaac Ackland; Quaker, 48
Ackland, Mrs. (photo), 36
Ackland, W., Mrs.; see Miss W. Emery (photo), 113
Ackland, Wilfred (photo), 112
Ackland, Wilfred Hart, 20
Acote, Thomas, 15
Act of Parliamentarians, 118
Active Defence List 1798-1803 (reproduction), 120
Active Service; list of Hemyock men 1798 (reproduction), 119
Addington, Henry; later Viscount Sidmouth, 173
Aelmes, 14
Agar, Miss (1931), 131
Agar, Miss (1934), 105
Agar, Miss (photo c. 1930s), 132
Agar, Mrs. (1931), 131
Agar, Ralph, 20
Agar, W.H., Mr., 29
Aishe, Laurence; age 16; son of Thomas Aishe (1611), 89
Aishe, Thomas; woodward; see Laurence Aishe (1611), 89
Alberis, T. (photo 1948), 144
Alberis, T.; "Abbey" (photo 1949-50), 145
Alberis; 'Abbey'; ex-Italian POW, 143
Alcock, J. (1945), 167
Alexander, William; family, 14
Alexanderhayes; Middle Mackham, 14
Alexanderhayes; present Middle Mackham, 17
Alford, Ashley (photo July 1986), 165
Alford, Evelyn, Mrs. (photo), 25
Alford, R. (photo 1983-84), 145
Alfords; family, 14
Alfred Wide & Co.; egg packing (photo), 26
Alfred, King, 115
Allen, Sandra (photo), 32
Almond, Mrs.; Girl Guide (photo), 164
Alway, Aylwin (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Alway, Bill, 128
Alway, Bill (photo 1957-58), 67
Alway, E. (1945), 167
always, E. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
American Revolution, 169
Amiens, Treaty of (March 1802), 119
Anderson, E. B.; Hon.; treasurer (photo 1927-28), 144
Anderson, E.B., Mr.; chairman, 147
Anderson, E.B.; manager of the milk factory; gardener; President "Alpine Society"; author of Seven Gardens, 150
Anderson, Mr. (1931), 131
Anderson, Mr.(photo 1930s), 66
Andrews, Jean (photo 1996), 142
Andrews, W.J. (photo 1949-50), 145
Angersleigh, 157
Anne, Queen (1708), 93
Anne; wife of Robert Farrant (+16 April 1875 aged 84), 45
Annetz; France; English departure (photo April 2000), 180
Archaeometry Branch of the Ancient Monuments - Laboratory of English Heritage; geo-physical survey of Hemyock Castle (1999), 58
Arnold, Betty (photo May 2000), 130
Ash, John; pupil, 93
Ash, Miss; teacher, 93
Ashculm Tubary; common, 10
Ashculm; Ashculme; Wesleyans, 50
Ashculm; hamlet, 49
Ashculme Farm (photo 1926), 159
Ashculme; Ashculm; Wesleyans, 50
Ashculme; Aysshcomb (1330); Aishecombe (1566), 15
Ashel Forest, 119
Ashill, 27
Ashland, James, 20
Ashton, Michael (photo March 1954), 108
Asser; biographer of King Alfred & Bishop of Sherborne, 13
Asthorp, William de (July 1383), 15
Asthorpe, William and Margaret, 55
Asthorpe, William, Sir; Hemyock Manor (1380); married Margaret Dynham; soldier, 53
Aston, Mike, 133
Austin, Joan (photo), 55
Australia, 65
Awliscombe; parish, 14
Axminster; garrison; Sir John Ware journal entry (5-6 March 1644), 56
Ayres, ____? (photo 1930s), 66
Ayres, Doris (photo), 29
Ayres, Ivy (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Ayrshire calves (photo 1923), 114
B. Forbes, , John de, Revd.; rector of Hemyock, 34
Babb, Frank; idling; punishment, 95
Babb, George and Sarah; "The Star", 75
Babb, George, Mr.; school roof repairs, 94
Babb, George; Star Inn innkeeper; shareholders, 81
Babb, Mark; wheelwright, 75
Babb, Mr.; host of luncheon at Star Inn, 57
Badminton Club, 147
Bailey, John, 173
Bailey, John; Simcoe family footman/coachman; wrote Memoirs, 171
Bailey, Julie, 138
Bailey, Julie (photo), 135
Bailey, M. (photo 1983-84), 145
Bailey, Nicola, 138
Bailey, Nicola (photo), 135
Bailey; semi-literate, 172
Bailiff, John, 17
Bain, 149
Baker, 36
Baker, A., Mrs. (photo), 33
Baker, C.; cooper, 18
Baker, Charles, Esq.; Hemyock Corps of Infantry, 117
Baker, Chas.; Captain (1800-02), 117
Baker, Christopher; cooper; owned Old Post Office on the Square (1830s), 50
Baker, John, 17
Baker, M.O., Miss; teacher, 107
Baker, Mavis, Miss; headmistress (photo June 1955), 108
Baker, Miss (photo May 1953), 108
Baker, R. (photo 1927-28), 144
Baker, Tony, 138
Baker, Tony (photo), 136
Baker, William (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Bakers, 19
Balchin, Graham, 137
Baldwin, 14
Baldwin, Mr. (1937), 105
Bale, A.G. (photo 1948), 144
Bale, G. (photo 1949-50), 145
Bale, George (photo), 33
Bale, H., Mrs. (photo), 33
Bale, Harry, 128
Bale, James; road contractor (1870), 172
Bale, Sarah (photo 1988), 36
Bale, V. (photo 1927-28), 144
Bale, V., Mrs. (photo), 33
Bale, Vic (photo 1930s), 66
Band of Hope, 95
Baptist Church, 41
Baptist Chapel (photo Hemyock), 8
Baptist Church (photo), 24
Baptists, 48, 50
Barbados; 1000 transported, 116
Barbton, George; yeoman; shareholders, 81
"barton"; definition, 155
Barn Close; a field, 155
Barnden, Ann; captain (photo 1996), 142
Barnes, George, 133
Barnes, Gwen, 133
Barnes, Gwen (photo), 134
Barnes, Veronica, 137
Barneville, Johanne, 15
Barnstaple Cross, 119
Barrett, Peter and Susan; Luggs; wildlife artist and wife, 91
Barrow, John (photo March 1954), 108
Barten, Susie (photo), 32
Barton family; at Castle Cottage (photo c. 1920), 37
Barton family; buyers of Castle Farm (1869(; farmed land into early 20th c., 57
Barton, George, Jun.; 1865-1912 (photo), 21
Barton, George, Mr.; board member; Castle, 93
Barton, George; 1823-1893 (photo), 21
Barton, Lydia Jane (photo c. 1920), 37
Barton, Mabel Dora; nee Russell (photo c. 1920), 37
Barton, Mrs., 20
Barton, R., 139, 147
Barton, Reg (photo 1930s), 66
Barton, Reg (photo c. 1920), 141
Barton, Reginald, 20
Barton, Reginald (photo c. 1920), 37
Barton, Roy, 6, 34
Barton, Roy; RAF, 44
Barton; burial, 45
Bater, John (photo 1984-85), 146
Bater, Muriel, 133, 137, 138
Batten, Sue, 133
Bawler, David, 133, 137
Bawler, David (photo), 136
Bawler, Janice, 6, 133
Bawler, Janice (photo early 1990s), 46
Bawler, Rebekah (photo early 1990s), 46
Bawler, Rebekah (photo), 135
Baxter, A.T., Mr.; headmaster, 139
Baxter, A.T., Mr.; headmaster (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Baxter, Mr., 30, 99, 100
Baxter, Mr. (+ c. 1912), 98
Baxter, Mr. (photo 1919), 97
Baxter, Mr. And Mrs., 103
Baxter, Mr.; buried (26 Nov 1919), 101
Baxter, Mr.; teacher; from Hay (28 July 1884), 96
Bayland, C.; 1914-18, 45
Bayley, John, 17
Baylye, John, 15
Beaconhill, 179
Beam Bridge; near Exeter Turnpike, 79
Beaven, P., 163
Bell, Alan, 133
Bell, Alan (photos), 134
Bell, Victor, 20
Bells of Kentisbeare and Other Poems, The; Hemyock, 29
Bells; St. Mary's (photo 1983), 42
Bendle, Elsie (photo 1930s), 66
Bennett, 36
Bennett, Agnes; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Bennett, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Bennett, Frederick; farmer, 18
Bennett, Gwen (photo 1930s), 66
Bennett, Mrs. (photo 1950s), 36
Bennett, W.H. (photo 1948), 144
Bennett, William, Mr.; clerk, 93
Bennett, William; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Bennett, Wm.; gentleman; Pounds, 18
Berkeley, John, Sir; see Lord Poulett, 56
Berry, Mrs.; Clayhidon teacher (8 Sept 1960), 107
Berry, Wm.; Drummer (1800-02), 117
Berthon, George Thedor; painter of Colonel Simcoe portrait, 170
Bessell, Kevin, 137
Best, Ernie (photo 1930s), 66
Betty; wife of Robert Farrant, 45
Bickle, Bert (photo 1930's), 66
Bilbie, Thomas; Cullompton 1811; family of bell casters in Devon & Somerset for three generations, 44
Bill, Mr and Mrs.; successful school, 176
Billiards Club (1942), 147
Birbeck, Dr., 149
Bird species (table), 11
Bird, B., 163
Bird, Betty, 29
Bird, Charles, 20, 27
Bird, Doris (photo), 29
Bird, Winnie, 29
Birmingham, 61
Bishop of Exeter (March 1831), 50
Bishop of Exeter (Sunday 7 Jan 1900), 175
Bishop of Exeter; manor near Crediton, 15
Bishop of Exeter; Roman Catholic, 48
Bishop of Exeter; with bellringers; (1908 postcard photo), 42
Bishop of Sherborne; Asser, 13
Bishop, Michael (photo March 1954), 108
Biwode; Bywood; manor, 15
Blackaller Farm; Walter de Blakealler (1244), 15
Blackdown Borderland, 172
Blackdown Common, 14
Blackdown Hills, 9, 116, 152
Blackdown Practice, The, 152
Blackdown Support Club, 152
Blackdown; near Simonsborough, 119
Blackdowns, 13
Blackmore, 116
Blackmore Country, The; by F.J. Snell (1900), 61
Blackmore Country, The; author F.J. Snell (1906), 10
Blackmore, A.B., Mr.; poet, 29
Blackmore, Charlie (photo?), 21
Blackmore, Daniel, 137
Blackmore, John; of Parracombe (+1689), 178
Blackmore, John; son of Richard and Mary Blackmore of Clehidon [sic], (buried 9 Dec 1755), 45
Blackmore, Mary, Mrs.; Holcombe Wood, 174
Blackmore, Mary; age 46 (1871 census); housekeeper; from Clayhidon; see John Cridland, 75
Blackmore, Mr., 75
Blackmore, R.D. (artist's rendering), 179
Blackmore, R.D.; author of Lorna Doone; author of novel Perlycross, 149
Blackmore, R.D.; Victorian author of Perlycross (published 1894) (*1825 Berkshire), 178
Blackmore, Richard and Mary; parents of John, 45
Blackmore, Richard D., 178
Blackmore, Richard; age 67, 45
Blackmore, Robert, 75
Blackmores Grove', 179
Blackouts, 129
Blakealler, Walter de (1244), 15
Blakemore, Gregory; father in law to Elizabeth Marks, 15
Blewet, Richard, 15
Blewitt, Colonel; see Lord Poulett, 56
Bloemfontein, 176
Bloor Homes; house builders, 71
Blue Anchor scout camp; Somerset (1941), 163
Blundell's School; Tiverton; attended by Richard D. Blackmore, 178
Board, 36
Board, A., 128
Board, A. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Board, Chris (photo 1930s), 66
Board, Elsie, 133
Board, Elsie (photo 1950s), 36
Board, Freda (later Bright); founder of Brownies (1943), 163
Board, Mrs., 20
Bobb, Mark; wheelwright, 18
Boer War, 115
Boer War (Oct 1899), 175
Bolham; manor, 15
Bonde, Anthony; rector 1587, 47
Bondland; a field, 155
Boodie, John, 15
Boot Club, 95, 177
Borrow, Ezikiah, 17
Borrow, Robert, 17
Borrow, Thomas, 17
Boston; Simcoe (June 1775), 169
Bouchier, Father; of Cullompton, 48
Bourden, Rosalind (photo May 1953), 108
Bourdon, Shelagh (photo June 1955), 108
Bow, 119
Bowden, 116
Bowden, Barbara, 6, 32, 35, 133
Bowden, Barbara (photo), 7, 31, 32
Bowden, Barbara (photos), 134
Bowden, L. (photo late 1950s), 146
Bowden, Les, 6, 35
Bowden, Les (photo), 7, 31, 32
Bowden, Les; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Bowden, M. (photo late 1950s), 146
Bowden, Mrs.; former Clayhidon headmistress (8 Sept 1960), 107
Bowden, R. (photo 1979), 109
Bowerman, Charles (1611), 89
Bowerman, Henry; of Whitehall; Lieutenant to Captain Courtenay (17th c. 'Visitation'), 91
Bowerman, James, jun.; assistant overseer, 18
Bowerman, James, sen.; farmer & owner, 18
Bowerman, James; gentleman, 18
Bowerman, James; warden, 44
Bowerman, Jas., 118
Bowerman, Mr., 51
Bowerman, Ricahrd; Uffculme solicitor, 79
Bowerman, Richard; overseer, 118
Bowerman, Robert (1611), 89
Bowerman, William (1762), 74
Bowerman; burial, 45
Bowerman; see Lawrence Bowreman, 115
Bowermans; Tudor times to end of 19th c., 90
Bowling Club, 147
Bowling Club (July 1905), 139
Bowling Club, Hemyock (2001), 6
Bowreman, Andrew, 115
Bowreman, Isabella, 15
Bowreman, James, 15
Bowreman, Lawrence; later Bowerman, 115
Bowreman, Richard, 15
Bradbeer, Arthur (photo c. 1980), 147
Bradbury, F. J. (photo 1948), 144
Bradbury, Fred (photo c. 1980), 147
Bradbury, June (photo), 31
Braddick; farmer & owner, 18
Bradely, William, Master; rector 1473, 47
Bradford, 157
Bradford, Bill, 128
Bradford, Michael (photo March 1954), 108
Bradford, W. (photo 1957-58), 67
Bradninch, 119
Brain, Mr.; Baptist minister, 30
Brandywine, Battle of, 169
Bray, Charles; Sergeant (1800-02), 117
Bray, Wm., 20
Brealey, Mr.; 'British School' at Clayhidon, 94
Brentcamb, 149
Brentford; Griffin Park, 143
Brereton, R.P.; chief engineer for Great Western Railway; see Arthur C. Pain, 79
Brewer, William, Lord, 15
Brewhouse Theatre; Taunton, 137
Brice, Edward; of Uffculme, 75
Brick Field Cottage, 91
Bridge, Frank Sealey (1777), 149
Bridge, Samuel; surgeon to militia (1775), 149
Bridgewater, 116
Bridgewater; garrison; see Axminster, 56
Bright, G.T. (photo 1948), 144
Bright, H.G. (photo 1948), 144
Bright, L.J. (photo 1948), 144
Bright, Monica (photo c. 1960), 46
Bright, Monica (photo June 1955), 108
Bright, R.H. (photo 1949-50), 145
Bright, Sylvia (photo March 1954), 108
Bright, T.; Captain (photo 1927-28), 144
Bright, Tom (photo 1930s), 66
Bright, Tom (photo March 1954), 108
Bright, Tom; bellringer (photos), 42
Bright., R.H.; captain (photo 1948), 144
Brinsford, A. (photo 1983-84), 145
Bristol, 98, 106, 128
Broadhembury, 15, 157
Broadway Five Orchestra, 29
Brocklesby, Susan, Doctor, 152
Bromfield Breach; Saxon 'Hwyrfel' (circular hill), 13
Bromwich, David, 6
Bromwich, Margaret, 6
Bronze Age, 13
Brook House, 19
Brook House; grocery; Mrs. Alford (photo), 25
Brookridge Timber, 19, 35
Brooks, Derek, 35
Brooks, Derek (photo), 7
Brooks, Ruth, 35
Brooks, Ruth (photo), 7
Broom, Aaron; warden 1834 (tablet), 43, 44
Broomfield, Peter, 123
Brown, James, Mr.; of Torquay, 51
Brown, Robert, 75
Browne, Daniel; 1685 married Elizabeth Clist; Quaker, 48
Brownies; officially recognized (16 May 1945), 163
Browning, Frank (photo 1930s), 66
Browning, H.; 1914-18, 45
Browning, William (1610), 15
Browning's Farm; William Browning (1610), 15
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom; construction of Great Western Railway, 79
Bryant, David (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Bryant, David; world bowls champion (16 July 1987), 142
Buckerell Church; marriage of John Simco and Elizabeth Gwillim (Dec 1782), 170
Buckerell; parish, 14
Bud, William (1760), 74
Budd, Christopher, Rt. Reverend (photo 1989), 48
Bude; to Hemyock Station, 139
Bull, Isaac; sexton; 1699-1700 to at least 1708, 43
Bull, T. (photo 1983-84), 145
Buncombe's Cottage; Thomas Bunkombe (1699), 15
Bunkombe, Thomas (1699), 15
Burgess, 36
Burgh Forbes, John de; Rector of Hemyock (Jan 1900), 175
Burgh Forbes, Revd de (photo 1910), 140
Burgh Forbes, Revd. de (photo 1927), 34
Burgh Forbes, Revd. De (photo c. 1920), 141
Burgh, Robert atte (1333), 15
Burgheard's Warpig; Burgheard's farm or worth, 14
Burgheard's; farm or worth; 'Bergheard's Warpig', 14
Burnard, James, Revd.; vicar of Awliscombe and Upottery; royalist prisoner, 56
Burrow Hill, 9, 155
Burrow Hill Farm, 157
Burrow Hill Farm; 18th century; typical Hemyock farm, 154
Burrow Hill Farm; Robert atte Burgh (1333), 15
Burrow Hill; farmhouse rooms inventory, 154
Burrow, Robt., 123
Burrow, Thomas, 74
Burrows, Mary; hit by car ( + 11 June 1915), 101
Burrows, Miss (photo), 33
Burston, Jean (photo June 1955), 108
Burston, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Bustard, Francis, 133
Bustard, Francis (photo c. 1960), 46
Bustard, J., Mr., 131
Buteston, John, 15
Butland, Gary, 138
Butler, Frank, 133
Butler, Major; Commander in Chief; insurrection against King (4 March 1644), 56
Buys, Amanda; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Buys, Emil; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Buys, Marceline; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Bywood; Biwode; manor, 15
C.S.; Hemyock, 44
C______, Chas. Barnard, 20
Cadbeyre, George, 15
Cadbury family; Culmstock; chocolate, 89
Cadbury family; Quakers; chocolate, 48
Cadbury, Lawrece; Quaker records; tithingman, 89
Calf Club, 7
Calf Club; four-leafed clover logo (line drawing), 113
Calf Club; letter 8 Oct 1920 (reproduction), 112
Calf Club; of Hemyock (see Chapter 11), 64
Calome, John, 15
Calway, William; married May 1706 Bridger Ackland; Quaker, 48
Cameo Club, 152
Cameron, Margaret; present-day rector, 47
"Campania"; ship; Plymouth (July 1951 school trip), 104
Canada, 111
Canonsleigh; in Burlescombe; see Revd. James Burnard, 56
Capel, Claude, 137
Caple, Claude (photo 1995), 35
Captain no; Wellington Fire Brigade, 33
Carne, Major; Royalist; killed (March 1644); see Sir John Ware, 56
Carnicote, Elizabeth, 15
Carniford, Harry, 20
Caroline, Miss, 173
Carrick, C. J. (photo c. 1920), 141
Carrick, C.J., 139
Carrick, Charles John, 20
Carrick, Charlie J. (photo c. 1910), 140
Carrick, Mr.; shop (photo c. 1910), 162
Carrick, Mr.; shop (photo), 23
Carter, Wm., 20
Cartledge, Oliver, 137
Cartledge, Sally, 138
Cartledge, Sally (photo), 135, 136
Carver, Richard; architect of Taunton, 41
Caseley, Bill (photo), 33
Caseley, Eileen (30 July 1935), 105
Caseley, Geoffrey (photo c. 1960), 46
Caseley, M. (photo late 1950s), 146
Caseley, R. (photo 1949-50), 145
Caseley, Raymond (photo), 33
Casely, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Cassell, Ron; pastor; ret. 1992, 51
Castle Cottage, 37
Castle Farm; auction poster (23 June 1809), 174
Castle Farm; Hemyock Castle, 56
Castle Farm; sold in 1869; also Hemyock Castle, 57
Castle Hill, 119
Castle Hill (photo), 12
Castle Hill; Castle Mote (1566), 15
Castle Neroche, 13
Castle Park (1960s), 99
Castle Park (photo), 26
"catchy"; showery, 158
Catharine Wheel (photo 1963-64), 76
Catharine Wheel (photo 2000), 77
Catherine Wheel, 29
Catherine Wheel (photo), 23
Catherine Wheel; village pub, 147
Catherine Wheel, The; today the only inn, 73
Causely, Albert (photo 1919), 97
Caygill, Lynn, 137
Channon, Wm.; Corporal (1800-02), 117
Chantry Chapel of St. Katharine; St. Mary's Parish Church, 41
Chapel Farm; see Hugh and Ann Mortimer, 91
Chapel Mead (photo c. 1918), 88
Chaplene, Robert; rector 1643, 47
Chapman Trust, Violet, 152
Chard, Oliver, 75
Chard, Oliver; of Halse, Somerset, 73
Chard; garrison; see Axminster, 56
Charles (?), John; and wife, 123
Charles I, 56, 115
Charles I, King (March 1644), 15
Charles II (+1685), 115
Charles II; order to 'slight' Hemyock Castle, 56
Charles, Clifford, 20
Cheriton family, 87
Cheriton, Clement (1611), 89
Cheriton, Clement; tenant; Cheriton family, 87
Chichester, ______?, 128
Chidgey, Donald (1955), 77
Child, Sylvia, 133
Children's National Guild of Courtesy (1906), 98
China; Boxer Rebellion, 176
Choke, Charlie; blacksmith (photo), 38
Cholmondely, Sir Richard; see Lord Poulett, 56
Christmas 1944; Dunkeswell; US Navy, 106
Christmas party; children (photo c. 1940), 66
Chudley, J. (1945), 167
Church House, The, 17
Church Square, 149
Church Sunday School (photo), 22
Churchill, B. (photo 1983-84), 145
Churchill, Barbara, 35, 133, 137
Churchill, Barbara (photo), 7
Churchill, Barbara (photos), 32
Churchill, John, 35
Churchill, John (photo March 1954), 108
Churchill, John (photo), 7, 32
Churchill's Farm, 37
Churchill's Farm; haymarketing (photo), 159
Churchill's Farm; wheat harvest (photo c. 1923), 159
Churchill's; High Street, 27
Churchill's; John Churchyll (1524), 15
Churchstanton, 29, 33, 157
Churchstanton; formerly named Trickey Warren, 129
Churchstanton; parish, 14
Churchyell, John (1524), 15
Cistercians; agricultural monks; settled in Dunkeswell (1201), 153
Civil Unrest, 127
Civil War; mid-17th c., 59
Clapham, Thomas; rector, 47
Clapp, James (photo c. 1923), 159
Clapp, Joyce (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Clapp, May (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Clapp, Ray (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Clara C ____, Mrs., 20
Clark, Alice (photo 1950s), 36
Clark, Fred, 128
Clark, M. (1945), 167
Clark, Moses; sexton; in 1725-1745, 43
Clarke, 128
Clarke, Albert, 20
Clarke, James, 17
Clarke, Jean; lives in Canada now, 159
Clarke, Joan, 17
Clarke, Kenneth, Mr.; Minister of Health (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Clarke, Kenneth, Mr.; QC, MP; Minister of Health, 151
Clarke, Mr.; MP (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Clarke, Mrs. (photo 1988), 36
Clarke, Samuel, 17
Clarke; family, 18
Clatworthy, 36
Clayhidon, 13, 18, 27, 115, 152, 157, 179, 180
Clayhidon (Jan 1949), 104
Clayhidon; parish, 14
Clayhidon; satellite depot (April 1888), 61
Clearing snow (photo), 69
Clearing snow from rails (photo 1963), 69
Clements' Farm; John & William, 15
Clements, Andrew (photo June 1955), 108
Clements, John (1814), 15
Clements, William (1817), 15
Clist, 36
Clist family, 180
Clist, Ann; pupil (1819-20), 93
Clist, Brian (photo Oct 1996), 180
Clist, Brian (photo), 39
Clist, Brian and Mavis (Oct 1996), 180
Clist, Brian; parish councillor (photo 1977), 148
Clist, Cadet, 128
Clist, Eli; at Churchill's farm (photo), 37
Clist, Eli; wedding photo (c. 1920), 37
Clist, Elizabeth; daughter of John; married 1695 Charles Fry; Quaker, 48
Clist, Elizabeth; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Clist, Em, Miss; house in High Street; branch surgery, 149
Clist, Frank; measles (+ May 1890), 99
Clist, George, 20, 74, 75
Clist, George; account book (1852-53), 19
Clist, George; farmer; shareholders, 81
Clist, James, 123
Clist, Jn. Edgar, 20
Clist, John, 139
Clist, John (1886), 84
Clist, John (photo c. 1910), 140
Clist, John (photo c. 1920), 141
Clist, John J.P., 20
Clist, John, Esq., 20
Clist, John, Mr.; milk producer (1885), 60
Clist, John; founder Milk Factory, 49
Clist, Julian (photo 1984-85), 146
Clist, Julian; captain (photo), 146
Clist, Julian; son of Brian Clist (photo), 39
Clist, Lily; at Churchill's farm (photo), 37
Clist, Mary; daughter of John; married 1693 at Spicelands, Robert Webber; Quaker, 48
Clist, Mary; pupil, 93
Clist, Mavis, 6
Clist, Mavis (photo Oct 1996), 180
Clist, Mavis; teacher (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Clist, Mr., 61
Clist, Mr.; teacher, 107
Clist, Mrs. (1904), 100
Clist, Mrs. (Nov 1832), 50
Clist, Reguld, 20
Clist, S.; 1914-18, 45
Clist, Samuel, Jnr.(Nov 1832), 50
Clist, Samuel, Senr. (Nov 1832), 50
Clist, Sidney; measles ( + May 1890), 99
Clist, Simon (photo 1984-85), 146
Clist, Stella (photo 1919), 97
Clist, Wilfred George (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Clist; burial, 45
Clists, 19
Clit, G., 139
Cload, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Cload, Bill (photo 1957-58), 67
Cload, Laura, Miss, 131
Cload, Laura, Miss (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Cload, Mr., 30
Cload, W.; lost car (1893), 98
Cload; burial, 45
Cload; family, 18
Clode, 116
Clode family (floor slab 17th c.), 43
Clode, Chris; yeoman (1740), 74
Clode, Mr.; village publican; see Uffculme Mills, 75
Coe, Joan, 133
Coe, Ron, 133, 134, 137
Coffer Croft; a field, 155
Colbnan, 14
Cole, 18
Cole, Ed., 20
Cole, Hilary (photo), 32
Coles, A.J., Mr.; temporary school head; see Jan Stewar, 103
Coles, Alan, 138
Coles, Alan (photo), 136
Coles, Ann & William; parents of John, William and Robert Coles; Baptist, 51
Coles, John; born 13 March 1831; Baptist, 51
Coles, Mrs (photo June 1955), 108
Coles, Robert; born 24 July 1837; Baptist, 51
Coles, Trevor (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Coles, William; born 28 Jan 1834; Baptist, 51
Coles, William; cottage tenant, 174
Collier, Jewell; Lieutenant (1800-02), 117
Collings, George, 74
Collings, William, 74
Collins, Mrs. (1822), 173
Collins, Muriel (photo 1996), 142
Collins, Ted, 6
Collinton; town; Sir John Ware journal entry (9 March 1644), 56
Colmbrygge (Columbrugge), Chantry of; present-day Culmbridge, 41
Colmpyn, 15
Colonel Wardlaws Dragoons' (25-26 June 1994); see page 12, 58
Columdavid; see 'Comba', 14
Colun, 15
Colyton; garrison; see Axminster, 56
Comba; Culm Davy, 90
Comba; Culm Davy in Domesday; to 'Cumbe Wydeworth' (1281); to 'Colum Davi' (1285); to 'Columdavid' (1575), 14
Combe Davi; see 'Comba', 14
Combe Hill; Cumbehill (1605), 15
Combe Pyne; now Culm Pyne; see William Follett (1843), 91
Commercial Hotel; Uffculme, 79
Commissions of Array; Muster Rolls, 115
Compton, Henry, 15
Conduit, Mr.; married teacher Miss Hurley (1930s), 103
Conigar Farm; Cunniger (1667), 15
Coniger; close of land and plantation, 174
Cook, P.L., 123
Cook, William; indenture (25 March 1811), 73
Cook; burial, 45
Cooke, Paul, 74
Coombe Hill; north of Hemyock, 85
Coombeshead Farm; Walter de Cumbeshead (1224), 15
Coralie; with Mrs. Grabham (photo June 1955), 108
Corbet family, 90
Corbett; family, 18
Cordwent, Anthony, 75
Cordwent, Thomas; killed by falling horse 4 Oct 1790, 47
Core-Porter, T., Dr., 150
Corfe, 157
Cork, 36
Cork, Fred (photo 1930s), 66
Cork, Ron (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Cornhill, 25
Cornhill; bottom of (photo), 21
Cornhill; cottages (photo), 12
Cornwallis, General; surrender at Yorktown (Oct 1781), 170
Coronation Committee (1911), 30
Coronation Committee (photo 1934), 31
Coronation Lunch Committee (photo 1934), 31
Cotgrave, Wally, 137
Couldrick, Mark, 152
Couldrick, Mark, Dr., 152
Country Council Scholarship (1892), 98
Courtenay family; Whitehall farmhouse today, 90
Courtenay, Tim and Jane; Royal Marines Lieutenant-Colonel, ret., 91
Coward family; of Teddington; R.D. Blackmore, 178
Coward, Russell; godfather was R.D. Blackmore, 178
Cox, Anne (photo March 1954), 108
Cox, Heather (photo June 1955), 108
Cox, Miss; teacher, 106
Coyston, P. (1945), 167
Craddock; quarry blast, 81
Craftroom, School; basketwork (photo), 107
Crannum, 149
Crease, E., Mr., 175
Creedy Bridgewater, 119
Cricket, 143
Cridge, N. (photo 1983-84), 145
Cridge, Nigel (photo 1984-85), 146
Cridland, Francis (1761), 74
Cridland, John, senr., 118
Cridland, John; age 22 (1871 census); licensee; housekeeper Mary Blackmore, 75
Cridland, John; churchwarden, 118
Cridland, Thomas (1761), 74
Crimean War, 115
Crocker's Farm; Radulphus le Crokker (1330), 15
Crokker, Radulphus le (1330), 15
Cross, Alice (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Cross, Robert, Rev.; Baptist, 18
Cross, Sam (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Cubitt, A. (1945), 167
Cubitt, Ann; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Cubitt, Captain; Hemyock Home Guard, 127
Cubitt, Eric, 128
Cubitt, H., Mrs., 166
Cubitt, Harold, 128
Cubitt, J. (1945), 167
Cubitt, Joyce; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Cullumpton, 116
Culm Davey; hamlet NW of Hemyock, 48
Culm Davy, 14, 105, 176
Culm Davy Brick and Tile Co. Ltd.; (May 1880), 81
Culm Davy Brick Company; Folletts, 91
Culm Davy Brickworks, 94
Culm Davy Brickworks (Sept 1876), 81
Culm Davy chapel (Hemyock); seeChapter 9, 41
Culm Davy Chapel (modern photo), 86
Culm Davy Farm, 17
Culm Davy farm; classical Devon longhouse (mid-15th c.), 90
Culm Davy house (photo believed 1960s), 87
Culm Davy; 'Comba', 90
Culm Davy; Culm Davey; manor (15 Nov 1611), 87
Culm Meadow; housing development; "Simcoe Place", 174
Culm Pyne, 14
Culm Pyne Barton; present Culm Pyne, 15
Culm Pyne; was Coombe Pyne; seeWilliam Follett (1843), 91
Culm River, 9, 115
Culm Valley, 27, 60, 79, 107, 153, 179
Culm Valley Dairy Company (CVDC), 60, 61
Culm Valley Dairy; entrance (photo), 62
Culm Valley Electric Company (1933), 104
Culm Valley Funeral Services; Martin Pring and Lynne Isaac, 38
Culm Valley Hotel, 77
Culm Valley Hotel; at Millhayes; also known as Culm Valley Railway Hotel, 73
Culm Valley Light Railway Act, 79
Culm Valley Light Railway Co.; cessation (1880), 81
Culm Valley Light Railway Co.; dissolution; shareholder, 84
Culm Valley Light Railway; June 1876 opening (postcard photo), 78
"Culm Valley Light Railway"; author Michael Messenger, 6
Culm Valley Railway, 58, 62, 75
Culm Valley Terminus Railway Inn, The; see Chapter 7, 81
Culm Valley; Ayrshire calves (photo 1923), 114
Culm Valley; wool merchants, 48
Culm; river, 10, 14, 61, 62
Culmbridge, 17
Culmbridge Farm; Columbrugg (1281), 15
Culmbridge Mill (photo), 24
Culmbridge Road (photo), 24
Culmbridge; see Colmbrygge, 41
Culme Valley, 172
Culmstock, 27, 115, 116, 149, 152, 157, 180
Culmstock (Sept 1943), 105
Culmstock Beacon, 8, 14, 149
Culmstock Central Canteen, 27
Culmstock Road; cemetary since 1901 for village burials; 40 standing monuments, 45
Culmstock Silver Band (photo early 1900s), 28
Culmstock; cricket rival, 143
Culmstock; first satellite depot (1888), 61
Culmstock; parish, 13, 14
Culverwell, E., Mrs., 131
Culverwell, E.M., Mrs., 107
Culverwell, R. (photo late 1950s), 146
Cumbe Wydeworth; see 'Combe', 14
Cumbeshead, Walter de (1224), 15
Cunard Line, 65
Cundict, B., 163
Cundict, B. (1945), 167
Cundict, Barbara; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Cundict, Mr. (1931), 131
Cundict, Mr. (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Cundict, Mrs. (1931), 131
Cundict, Mrs. (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Curry Moor, 171
Curry Rival, 119
Curtis, Kath (photo 1930s), 66
Curtis, Kathleen (1931), 131
CVDC, 63
CVDC; 1901 receipt (illustration), 62
CVDC; letter to shareholders (15 Sept 1916), 64
Daily Mail; sponsor for Calf Club, 114
Dalling, John, 17
Daniels, Paulette (photo), 135
Darrell, Willmers; allegedly burned new-born to death; acquitted by Sir John Popham, 55
Dartmoor, 118, 119
Das Island; 100 miles off coast of Abu Dhabi, 143
Date, Dr.; until 1912, 149
Davies, John, 152
Davies, John, Dr. (1993), 152
Dawncrofte, 87
Dawson, Pamela, 6
de B. Forbes, John, Revd.; rector of Hemyock, 34
de B. Forbes, Rev., 30
de Burgh Forbes, John, Revd.; first bowling club president, 139
de Burgh Forbes, John; rector 1896, 47
De Burgh Forbes, John; Rector of Hemyock (Jan 1900), 175
de Burgh Forbes, Revd. (photo 1927), 34
de Burgh Forbes, Revd. (photo c. 1910), 140
de Burgh Forbes, Revd. (photo c. 1920), 141
de Duelonde, Ralph, Sir; rector 1361, 47
de Duelonde, Richard, Sir; rector 1361, 47
de Dynham, Joyce, Sir; first husband of Margaret Hydon, 53
de Hokham, William, Sir; rector 1341, 47
de Hydon family (Hidon, Hydone, etc); 12th c. Lords of the Manor; reign of Richard I; rectors 1267-83, 53
de Hydon, John, Sir; father Richard de Hydon, 53
de Hydon, Margaret; daughter of Richard de Hydon, 53
de Hydon, Richard; of Hemyock; see Sir John de Hydon, 53
de Hydone, John, Sir; Lord of the Manor (1275), 41
de Hydone, Symonde; rector 1274, 47
de Hydone; family of rectors, 41
de Lacey, Miss; teacher, 106
de Luc, Jean Andre; Swiss geologist, 171
de Luc, M., 172
de Lutleys; Staffordshire origins, 90
de Uvedale, Margaret; née de Hydone; wife of Sir Peter de Uvedale, 41
de Uvedale, Peter, Sir; husband of Margaret de Uvedale, 41
de Uvedale, Peter, Sir; third husband of Margaret de Hydon (+1336), 53
de Whitely, Henry, Sir; rector 1321, 47
de Whitely, Thoms, Sir; rector 1321, 47
Dear, Gareth (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Dear, M., Mr., 131
Dear, Martin (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Dear, Martin and Gareth, 142
Deepsellick Farm; Deepsellacke (1624), 15
Defence Force; list of 26 men (reproduction), 118
Defence Lists (1798), 117
Defence of the Realm Act (1798), 117
Defence Returns; Hemyock 1798 & 1803, 7
Denning, B. (photo 1979), 109
Denning, Mr.; Cullompton to Hemyock mail run (photo 1908), 72
Devon, 9
Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries (1928/29); granite doorway from Cornwall, 57
Devon Education Committee, 104
Devon Hearth Tax Return (1674), 18
Devon Lieutenancy Papers (22 Aug 1800), 117
Devon Muster Roll (1569), 115
Devon Notes & Queries, 18
Devon Session Rolls (1693), 17
Devonshire Regiment; 3rd Battalion, 99
Devonshire; regiment in South Africa, 175
Dew, Carolyne (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Dews; family, 14
Diamond, Mr.; of Wellington, 94
Diericks, Albertos; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Diericks, Jeanne; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Diericks, Marie; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Diericks, Rosalie; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Dimmock, B. (1945), 167
Dimmock, Betty; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Dimmock, John; brother of Betty Arnold (photo May 2000), 130
Dinhams; family, 18
Dinmont, Francis; or Dimont, 74
Diptheria; bad epidemic (1911), 99
Dixcroft; see Rosemary Sandford, 112
Dixon, Dr., 150
Doble, 36
Doble and Shure's Coaches; Taunton, 27
Doble, Alfd., 20
Doble, Beryl (photo 1940s), 168
Doble, Brian (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Doble, Chris (photo 1919), 97
Doble, Chris (photo early 1940s), 128
Doble, Elsie (photo March 1954), 108
Doble, Ethel (photo 1919), 97
Doble, Evelyn, 6
Doble, Evelyn (photo 1940s), 168
Doble, Jim (photo), 31
Doble, John, 20
Doble, John (photo March 1954), 108
Doble, Margaret (photo 1940s), 168
Doble, Stanley, 128
Doble, Stanley James, 20
Doble, Stanley; "Doble's Garage" (photo), 38
Doble, Stanley; garage, 18
Doble, Terry (photo 1977), 148
Dobles Garage (photo), 23
Doble's Garage; Station Road, 48
"Dog-Whipper"; sexton; "The Parish Chest" by W.E. Tate, 43
Doggett, Susan; MBE, 152
Domesday Book (1086), 14
Donthwaite, Miss; teacher, 106
Doodlebugs; VI rockets, 129
Doublecribhouse; small shed for rearing cattle, 155
Dowson, Pamela; nee Elmes, 91
Dracott, Chris, 7, 137, 138, 143
Dracott, Chris (photo 1995), 35
Dracott, Chris (photo), 134, 136
Dracott, Chris; ancestors from Staffordshire, 90
Dracott, Christopher, 129, 133
Dracott, Colin, 6
Dracott, Henry; of London, 116
Dracott, Richard, 6
Dracott, Shirley, 6, 133
Dracott, Shirley (photo 1995), 35
Drake, Bill (photo), 31
Drake, Bryan, 29
Drake, W., Mr.; apple rochard, 51
Drake, Wm. Hy., 20
Drew, Dick, 133
Drew, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Drew, Raymond (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Dried Milk Products; see J. Lyons & Co., 65
Duelonde, Ralph de, Sir; rector 1361, 47
Duke of Albany; notice of death (1883), 95
Duke of Monmouth, James; see James, 115
Dulling, John, 17
Dumpdon, 13
Dunkeswell, 9, 157
Dunkeswell Abbey, 87, 173
Dunkeswell Abbey; school, 94
Dunkeswell Abbey; school closed (April 1931), 104
Dunkeswell; Abbott, 15
Dunkeswell; aerodrome, 27
Dunkeswell; branch depot, 61
Dunkeswell; parish, 14
Dunkeswell; surviving accounts, 63
Dunkeswell; US Navy; RAF, 129
Dunkirk, 106
Dunn, Edna (photo 1988), 36
Dunn, Elvira (photo 1988), 36
Dunn, Margaret (photo 1940s), 168
Durman, Harold, 128
Duvenell, Richard, 15
Dynham family (also Dinham, Dyneham, etc); Norman origins, 53
Dynham Survey (1566); abstract of Hemyock residents, 15
Dynham, Lord; owner of Hemyock Manor; High Treasurer of England (+1501), 15
Dynham, Margaret; descended from Margaret Hydon, 53
Dynham, Olive, Master; rector 1473, 47
Dynhams, Sir John; Sixth Baron and Treasurer of England; had four sisters (1642), 20
Dynhams; family, 20
Dynhams; last died in 1509, 55
E.T.; Hemyock, 44
Eadweard, King, c. 905AD, 13
Eales, Mary; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
East Devon League, 143
Eastick, Mike and Sophia, 180
Eastick, Sally, (?) (photo 1940s), 168
Eastlands Estate; haymaking (photo c. 1920), 158
Eastwick, Mike, 6
Eastwick, Sylvia, 6
Eden, John, 6, 131
Eden, Polly, 133
Eden, Polly (photo early 1990s), 46
Eden, Polly (photo), 135
Eden, Polly (photos), 134
Edgerton-Burnetts; see Wellington Cottage Hospital, 150
Edmonds, Stephanie (photo), 32
Edmondsom, R.E., 20
Edmondson, R.E. (photo 1948), 144
Edmondson, Ronald, 131
Edmondson, Ronald Ernest, 20
Edmonton, 128
Education Act (1870), 93
Education Act (1902), 94, 98
Education Act (1944), 104
Edward I, 20
Edward VII, 30
Edward VII; funeral (20 May 1910), 101
Edward VIII, King; proclamation; first school radio (22 Jan 1936), 105
Edward, James; farms Chapel Farm; churchwarden, 91
Edwards, 36
Edwards family; bought Chapel Farm, 91
Edwards, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Edwards, _____? (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Edwards, James, 6
Edwards, Malcolm (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Edwards, Mrs. (photo c. 1960), 86
Edwards, T.L., Mr. (photo), 33
Edwards, William, Esq., 20
Edwards, Wm., 20
Egypt House (photo 1960s), 161
Eisenhower, General, 91
Eldridge, Mark; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Elizabeth II, Queen; Coronation (June 1953), 107
Elkington, David, 6
Ellam, A. (1945), 167
Ellam, M. (1945), 167
Ellam, R. (1945), 167
Elles, Dr., 149
Elliott, Mr., 104
Ellis, Henry S.; Director of Bristol and Exeter Railway, 79
Ellis, Henry Samuel (+1878), 81
Ellis, Henry Samuel; of Exeter; Chairman of Board of Directors of Railway, 79
Ellis, Henry; farmer; shareholders, 81
Ellis, J.; teacher (photo 1979), 109
Ellis, John (1657), 15
Ellis, John (photos), 134
Ellis, Mary Ann; widow of Tadbroke Grove Road, West London; shareholder (1880), 81
Ellis; Farm; John Ellis (1657), 15
Elmes, Anthony, Captain; MC; Royal Artillery 8th Army North Africa (chapel wall memorial), 90
Elmes, F.R., Captain (photo c. 1922), 91
Elmes, F.R., Captain; Culm Davy Housekeeper, 91
Elmes, Florence Romaine, 20
Elmes, J.A.; 1939-45, 45
Elmes, Pamela; Culm Davy House; daughter of F.R. Elmes, 91
Eltringham, Alex; husband of Selina Eltringham, 19
Eltringham, Selina; wife of Alex Eltringham, 19
Elworthy, Janet, 133, 137
Elworthy, Janet (photo), 135
Elworthy, Johanna, 137
Embrow, Robert; carpenter, 18
Emery, Charles, 20
Emery, W., Miss; later Mrs. W. Ackland (photo), 113
English Civil War, 87
English Civil War (1642), 115
Enigma Bell (1624), 44
Eno, Captain; Wellington Fire Brigade, 33
Essex, Ellen; gypsy child (1909), 99
Essex, Patience; gypsy child (1909), 99
Eton; customer, 61
Eva M. ______, Miss, 20
Evans, 36
Evans, Edward, 20
Evans, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Eveleigh, Lucy, 137
Eveleigh, Lucy (photo), 136
Every, John, Esq.; of Wootonglanvell, County of Dorset, 47
Ewins, Pat, 133
Ewins; burial, 45
Exeter, 79, 98, 109, 116, 152
Exeter and Plymouth Gazette (26 June 1873); "Exeter Naturalists Club and Archaeological Society at Hemyock Castle; article, 57
Exeter Cathedral; choral festival (26 June 1900), 176
Exeter Cathedral; monument, 172
Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit; excavations and artifacts (1989), 58
Exeter, Bishop of; with bellringers (1908 postcard photo), 42
Exeter; garrison; see Axminster, 56
Exon, Castle of, 117
Exton, Jack (photo 1930s), 66
Exton, Jack (photo c. 1920), 141
Eynsford-Hill, Freddie, 133
Factory (photo 1923), 64
Factory (photo 1957-58), 67
Factory Skittles Team (photo c. 1980), 147
Factory Staff (photo 1930s), 66
Fairfield Green Estate; Churchinford, 152
Farbear, Alice, Mrs., 20
Farmer, Dennis (c. 1973), 163
Farmer, James; 'Sonny' (photo c. 1910), 140
Farmer, Jas., 20
Farmer, Mr. (photo c. 1960), 46
Farmer, Sonny (photo), 31
Farmer, 'Sonny'; churchwarden (photo c. 1960), 86
Farmers with milk (photo 1963), 69
Farmers; list; live and dead stock 1798-1803 (reproduction), 121
Farmers; list; with drivers and wagons (reproduction), 126
Farmers; list; with wagons and carts (reproduction), 124
Farmhouse inventory (list), 155
Farrant, 36
Farrant family; 1700s, 45
Farrant, E. (1931), 131
Farrant, E., Mrs. (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Farrant, Edward, Mr.; dental care; from Wellington, 150
Farrant, Edward; farmer & owner, 18
Farrant, Edward; yeoman of New House; shareholder, 81
Farrant, Edwd., 20
Farrant, Elizabeth; widow of Holcombe; shareholder, 81
Farrant, Jn., 20
Farrant, John, Mr.; board member, 93
Farrant, John; farmer & owner, 18
Farrant, John; husband of Sarah, 45
Farrant, John; of culmpine House (27 March 1807), 45
Farrant, John; yeoman; shareholder, 81
Farrant, Mark (+18------ aged 87), 45
Farrant, Mr., 61
Farrant, Mrs. (1931), 131
Farrant, P.; 1914-18, 45
Farrant, Robert, 75
Farrant, Robert; farmer & owner, 18
Farrant, Robert; of Culmpine (+24 March 1843 aged 50), 45
Farrant, Robert; of Lemonshill (+30 Dec 1784 aged 45), 45
Farrant, Robert; warden 1773 (tablet), 43
Farrant, Robert; yeoman, 118
Farrant, S., Mr.; Chairman of Board, 103
Farrant, S.; parish chest (1820); see R. Fry, 43
Farrant, Sam (photo c. 1920), 141
Farrant, Samuel, 118, 139
Farrant, Samuel (1886), 84
Farrant, Samuel, Mr.; milk producer (1885), 60
Farrant, Samuel; founder Milk Factory; Methodists (Nov 1838), 49
Farrant, Samuel; warden 1834 (tablet), 43, 44
Farrant, Thos., 20
Farrant, William, Mr.; board member, 93
Farrant, Wm., 20
Farrant; family, 18
Fenny Bridges, 172
Fensom, David; husband of Lilian (photo), 39
Fensom, Lilian; wife of David (photo), 39
Ferris and Co.; of Bristol, 150
Fevre, Le, 36
Field, The; magazine (1968), 29
Finch, 36
Finch, Cyril (photo), 32
First World War I, 63
Fisher, Chas. Forrest, Rev.; curate, 18
Fisher, Peter; rector (9 Sept 1691), 47
Fisher, Peter; rector 1689, 47
Fishguard; Pembrokeshire (Feb 1797), 116
Flaxman, John; famous sculptor, 172
Flay, J.; Coombes Head Farm, 91
Flay; burial, 45
Flea[sic], John, 74
Flemming, Phyllis (photo), 55
Flower Festival; St. Mary's Church (photo c. 1995), 45
Flu; bad outbreak (1890), 99
Follett family, 91
Follett family; burial Culm Davy chapel, 90
Follett, C.J., 81
Follett, C.J., Esq., Right Worshipful the Mayor of Exeter; see Exeter and Plymouth, 57
Follett, Charles John; solicitor and Mayor of Exeter; Deputy Chairman, 79
Follett, Charles, Sir; nephew of Sir William Follett; mayor of Exeter (1872-74); residence Culm Davy House during first marriage (+1921), 91
Follett, Charles, Sir; owned prperty at Culm Davy, 139
Follett, John Skirrow; nephew of Sir William Follett, 91
Follett, R.W.W., 81
Follett, Robert, Colonel; bought Coombehead Farm, 91
Follett, William Webb, Sir; distinguished lawyer; MP and Attorney General; father of Robert Follett, 91
Football, 143
Football team (photo 1979), 109
Forbear family (photo WWII), 130
Forbear, Gilbert (photo late 1930s/early 1940s), 160
Forbear, S.G.; 1914-18, 45
Forbes, John de Burgh, Revd., 139
Forbes, John de Burgh; rector 1873, 47
Forbes, Miss, 176
Forbes, Rev. de B., 30
Forbes, Revd de Burgh (photo c. 1920), 141
Forbes, Revd., 100
Forbes, Revd. (1897), 97
Forbes, Revd. De Burgh (photo c. 1910), 140
Ford, Charles, 18
Ford, Charles, Esq.; Stroud's and Keens meadow (tablet), 43
Ford, Ros, 133
Forde Abbey; near Chard (1201), 15
Fore Street (photo), 24
Forst, Richard, Mr. (2 June 1693), 17
Fort York; Duke of York, 171
Fortescue, Hugh, Earl; Lord Lieutenant, 117
Fortieth Regiment of Foot; later 2nd Somersets, 169
Four Acres; a field, 155
Fouracre, T. (photo late 1950s), 146
Fouracre, Tom (photo May 1953), 108
Fourways; close of land, 174
Fowler, G., Miss; teacher, 107
Fox family; see Wellington Maternity Home, 150
Fox, Celia, 149
Fox, Dot (1931), 131
Fox, George; founder of Quakers 1640s, 48
Fox-Robinson, Nellie (photo 1996), 142
Frampton, Emily; over eight years of age (1890), 97
Franklin, Dr.; succeeded by Dr. Wells, 151
Franklin, Terry, Dr., 151
Franks, 128
Franks, George, 128
Freeman of Exeter; Simcoe (Feb 1782), 170
Friendly Society; dinner (photo June 1906), 28
Friendly Society; parade (photo early 1900s), 28
Fry family; Quakers; chocolate, 48
Fry, Charles; married 1695 Elizabeth Clist, 48
Fry, Charles; Petty Commander, 118
Fry, Doris; diary excerpt 1 Jan 1921 and 23 April 1923, 114
Fry, George; Private (1800-02), 117
Fry, Jane; age 15 (1841 census); servant to James Tuck family, 57
Fry, John; Private (1800-02), 117
Fry, Mary Ann; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Fry, R.; parish chest (1820); see S. Farrant, 43
Fry, Richd., Mr., 123
Fry, Robert, 75, 118
Fry, Robert; High Constable (7 Feb 1798), 117
Fry, Robert; parish clerk, 18
Fry, Robert; parish clerk; 1805-6 to 1865, 43
Fry, Robert; serge maker; High Constable, 118
Fry, Robt., Mr., 123
Fry, Samuel, 74
Fry, Samuel (1783), 154
Fry, Samuel, Mr. (1782), 157
Fry, William; parish clerk; 1808 to 1835-36, 43
Fry; burial, 45
Fuller, 36
Fuller, A. (photo 1983-84), 145
Fuller, Arthur (photo c. 1980), 147
Fuller, Dora (photo 1988), 36
Fuller, Janice (photo 1968), 168
Fuller, Janice (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Fuller, Janice (photo May 1953), 108
Fuller, Patricia (photo c. 1990), 46
Fullers Beer, 145
Furze, Anne; Baptist (1834), 50
Furze, E., Miss; violin solos (Wed 3 Jan 1900), 175
Furze, William; brewery owner at Uffculme; director, 79
Fussell, W.J.; 1914-18, 45
Fyrd, 115
Gale, Anne (photo 1996), 142
Gammon, 128
Gammon, Dorothy (photo 1988), 36
Gammon, George, 128
Gammon, Keith (photo May 1953), 108
Gardeners; schoolboys (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Gardeners; schoolgirls (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Garland, Judy, 137
Garvis, William; wife Ann of Ashculm (+25 Oct 1705)(chapel wall memorial), 90
Gazette, 57
Gentle, Pearl, 133
George II, King, 169
George III, King, 169
George III, King; 38th year of reign, 117
George Inn; Uffculme (15 May 1872), 79
George V, King; 1935 Silver Jubilee; souvenir program (drawing), 34
George V, King; Silver Jubilee; death, 105
Gervis, William, 16
Gervis, William; parish clerk (1672), 43
Gibbins, Geraldine (photo 1996), 142
Gibbs, Alexander; of London, 43
Gibbs, Yvonne (photo March 1954), 108
Gill, Mr.; of Symonsborough; prime of life passed away; influenza (1900), 176
Gill, Richard, 118
Gill, Richard; warden 1773 (tablet), 43
Gill; burial, 45
Gillard, A_____?; Corporal (1800-02), 117
Gillard, E., 123
Gillard, John; Corporal (1800-02), 117
Gillard, Ralph; amputation of leg; expenses, 75
Gillard, Robert, 74
Gilroy, Eve, 133
Gilroy, Magda, 133
Girl Guides (photo early 1940s), 164
Glastonbury Abbey, 14
Goddard, J.B., Mr.; troop founder, 163
Goddard, Mr.; see Reg James, 150
Godwin, 14
Goldsworthy, Florence Amy, Mrs., 20
Good Fellowship Prizes (30 July 1935), 105
Goodale, Joan; Tudor times, 91
Goodale, Joan; widow (1611), 89
Goodall, Edmund, 72
Goodalls' Farm; John Goodhale (1524), 15
Goodalls; Culm Davy, 89
Goodalls; Manor Court (1611), 91
Goodhale, John (1524), 15
Goodman, Olive (photo early 1990s), 46
Gorwell; farm; edge of Hemyock parish, 171
Govier, William; cottage tenant, 174
Grabham, Billie, 29
Grabham, Heather (photo June 1955), 108
Grabham, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Graham, David; "Doble's Garage", 38
Graham, David; "Dobles' Garage", 18
Graham, David; "Doble's Garage" (photo), 32
Graham, Kenneth, 137
Graham, Paul; son of David Graham, 18
Graham, Sarah; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Granger, "Granny"; at Churchill's farm, 37
Granger, Betty & Bill (photo 1989), 48
Granger, Bill, 6
Granger, Bill (photo c. 1923), 159
Granger, Bill; husband of Peggy Granger, 48
Granger, Cissie (photo c. 1923), 159
Granger, Cissie (photo), 29
Granger, Cissie; Clist/Granger wedding photo (c. 1920), 37
Granger, Cissie; first carnival queen, 29
Granger, Derek (photo June 1955), 108
Granger, Dick, 128
Granger, Jack (photo c. 1923), 159
Granger, Jack (photo c. 1930), 39
Granger, Jack; at Churchill's farm, 37
Granger, Janet (photo May 1953), 108
Granger, John, 20
Granger, John (Jack) (photo), 31
Granger, Lily; wedding photo (c. 1920), 37
Granger, Maureen (photo May 1953), 108
Granger, Mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
Granger, Peggy, 6
Granger, Peggy, Mrs., 48
Granger, Roy, 128
Granger, Sidney, 20
Granger, William (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Graundone, William, Master; rector 1382, 47
Graves Simcoe, John, Gen.; widow Elizabeth; seeSimcoe, 41
Graves Simcoe, John, General; bought Hemyock Castle; ownership 18th and 19thc., 56
Graves, James (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Graves, M., 163
Graves, Mary; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Graves, Robert, 20, 30
Graves, Robert (photo c. 1910), 140
Graves, S., 163
Graves, S. (1945), 167
Graves, Samuel; naval officer and family friend; godfather to General Simcoe, 169
Graves, Sheila; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Graves; burial, 45
Great Pitland; a field, 155
Great Western Branch Line; last trains from Hemyock, 79
Great Western Railway, 64
Gredie, Dorothy, 16
Gredie, William, 16
Gredy, John, 16
Greenhalgh, F. (photo 1983-84), 145
Greenslade, Fredk., 20
Greenslade, W. (photo 1949-50), 145
Greensmith, Colin; District Commissioner, 166
Gregory, M., Mr., 131
Gregory; Forde Abbey (1201), 15
Grenslade, 18
Griffin III, John, Dr. (1958), 151
Griffin Park; Brentford, 143
Griffin, Dr. (1931), 131
Griffin, Dr.; inonculations for diptheria (May 1941), 104
Griffin, J.; 1914-18, 45
Griffin, John Lysaght, 20
Griffin, John Lysaght, Dr.; succeeded Dr. Core-Porter, 150
Griffin, John, Dr., 6
Griffin, John, Dr. (photo), 7, 32
Griffin, John, Dr.; 'Doctor John'; GP, 152
Griffin, John, junr., Dr. (photo 1977), 148
Griffin, John, junr., Dr. (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Griffin, John, junr., Dr. (photo c. 1972), 148
Griffin, John, senr, Dr. (photo 7 Dec 1978), 148
Griffin, John, senr. Dr. (photo c. eary 1930s), 132
Griffin, John, senr., Dr. (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Griffin, John, senr., Dr.; producer, 131
Griffin, John; born in Hemyock, 35
Griffin, John; father of Dr. John Griffin, 150
Griffin, W., 20
Griffins, John, junr. Dr.; wife, son Michael and his wife, Sheila (photo 7 Dec 1978), 148
Griffiths, Bill, 166
Griffiths, Bill (1931), 131
Griffiths, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Griffiths, Bill (photo 1957-58), 67
Griffiths, Bill (photo c. 1920), 141
Griffiths, Bill (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Griffiths, Bill; late; lived at No. 1 Millhayes, Culm Valley Hotel, 73
Griffiths, Bill; Yates' employee; late, 85
Griffiths, D. (1945), 167
Griffiths, R., 163
Griffiths, R. (1945), 167
Griffiths, R., Mr., 29
Griffiths, Ray; Blue Anchor (photo c. 1941), 166
Griffiths, W.J. (1945), 167
Griffiths, W.J., Hon; secretary (photo 1927-28), 144
Griffiths, W.J., Mr.; "Bill"; troop founder, 163
Griffiths, William, 131
Griffiths, William; 'Bill', 143
Grosse, Anthony C.B.; rector 1973-96 ret., 47
Grosse, Eve, 6, 137
Grosse, Eve; "Scrooge" programme 1990 (reproduction), 138
Grosse, Eve; artist (pencil sketch), 11
Grosse, Tony, 6, 47, 137
Grosse, Tony (photo), 135
Grosse, Tony (photos), 134
Grosse, Tony, Revd., 133
Grosse, Tony, Revd. (photo 1995), 35
Grosse, Tony, Revd. (photo early 1990s), 46
Groves, Di (photo 1996), 142
Guardian Angel Roman Catholic London County School; Stepney (Feb 1940), 106
Gubb, Dennis, 35
Gubb, Dennis (photo 1984-85), 146
Gubb, Dennis (photo), 7
Gubb, Nigel (photo 1984-85), 146
Gubb, Nigel; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Gubb, Pam, 35
Gubb, Pam (photo 1984-85), 146
Gubb, Pamela (photo), 7
Gunn, Cissie, 6
Gunn, Cissie (photo), 158
Gunn, Cissie; see Cissie Granger, 29
Guppy, 36
Guppy, ? (photo 1940s), 168
Guppy, Bill (photo June 1955), 108
Guppy, Lilly (photo 1950s), 36
Guppy, M. (1945), 167
Guppy, Margaret ? (photo 1940s), 168
Guppy, Pat (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Guppy, W. (photo 1930s), 66
Guppy, W. (photo 1948), 144
Gurd, Vera (photo 1988), 36
Gwillim, Elizabeth Posthuma; niece of Admiral Graves, 170
H. Stone and Coal Company Ltd.; Yates (1911), 85
H.B.; Hemyock, 44
H.G.; Hemyock, 44
H.H.; Hemyock, 44
Hacker, Miss; maypole dances (1935), 105
Hackpen Hill, 9, 14
Hackpen; 'Hacapen', 14
Hackwood, Bob, 142
Hackwood, Bob (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Haddon, John, 75
Hadley, Derek (photo March 1954), 108
Hadley, M. (photo late 1950s), 146
Haggard, H. Rider; 'Doctor Therne', 175
Hake, J. (1945), 167
Hale, Barbara (photo 1950s), 36
Halifax House, 19
Hall, Elizabeth; blind, 98
Hall, Frank, 20
Hall, Frank; butcher, 30
Hall, J.H.; 1914-18, 45
Hall, Mr.; church sexton, 30
Hall, Mr.; saddlery (photo), 21
Hall, William, 20
Hall, William; parish clerk 1888-1937, 43
Hallam, 36
Hallaran, R. (photo 1983-84), 145
Hallett, Margaret (photo March 1954), 108
Halsanger, John, Sir; rector, 47
Hamo, 14
Hampshire, 116
Hannaford, C. J., Mr. (30 Nov 1956), 142
Hannaford, C.J. (photo c. 1960), 86
Hannaford, C.J. (photo c. 1960)], 46
Hannaford, Joan (photo 1950s), 36
Hannaford, Judith (photo c. 1960), 86
Hannaford; burial, 45
Harding, 149
Hardrada, Harald, King; Norwegian; Battle of Stamford Bridge, 115
Hare, Joan; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Hare, Josephine; Girl Gudies (photo), 164
Harrys, John (1611), 89
Hart, D. (1945), 167
Hart, Dennis, 6, 19, 34
Hart, Dennis, Mr., 151
Hart, Dennis; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Hart, Dennis; Hemyock family since 1702 (photo c. 1973), 39
Hart, Derek, 19
Hart, Derek (photo 1984-85), 146
Hart, Florence (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hart, Frances, 133
Hart, Frances (photo c. 1960), 46
Hart, Francis, 123
Hart, Fred or Sidney (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hart, Geo., 20
Hart, George, 30
Hart, George; builder, 19
Hart, J., Mr. (photo c. 1960), 46
Hart, J., Mr.; Debating Society (1908), 100
Hart, Jack, Mr., 150
Hart, Jack, Mr. (photo c. 1960), 86
Hart, James, Mr., 51
Hart, Jas., 20
Hart, Jim, 128
Hart, Jim, Dr., 151
Hart, Jim, Mr. (photo 1927), 34
Hart, Jn., 20
Hart, John (photo c. 1910), 140
Hart, John (photo), 30, 31
Hart, John; and wife, 123
Hart, John; builder, 19
Hart, John; parish clerk 1865-74, 43
Hart, John; sexton 1743-72, 43
Hart, John; sexton 1777-85, 43
Hart, Katie (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hart, L. (photo 1927-28), 144
Hart, Les (photo 1919), 97
Hart, Les; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Hart, Leslie (photo early 1940s), 128
Hart, Leslie; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Hart, M. (1945), 167
Hart, P. (1945), 167
Hart, Reg (photo 1963), 26
Hart, Richard, 19
Hart, Robert; sexton 1776-77, 43
Hart, Robert; sexton 1785-1809], 43
Hart, Stephen; son of Dennis Hart, 19
Hart, Steve; son of Dennis Hart, 39
Hart, Walter, 20
Hart, Walter (photo 1919), 97
Hart, Walter; builder, 19
Hart, William; Baptist (1834), 50
Hart; burial, 45
Hartknoll, John (1672), 15
Hartnell, Fredk. Jas., 20
Hartnell's Farm; from John Hartknoll (1672), 15
Hartnole, Joan, 123
Hart's; building yard, 27
Harwoode, James, 16
Hassan, E., 147
Hassan, E., Mr., 131
Hassan, J. (1945), 167
Hassan, Joan (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Hassan, Mr. (photo c. 1950s), 68
Hassan, Ted (1931), 131
Hassan, Ted (photo 1930s), 66
Hassan, Ted (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Hawkes, Bob, 138
Hawkes, Bob (photo), 135
Hawkes, Gillian, 138
Hawkings, Bessie (photo 1897), 37
Hawkings, Jim, 6
Hawkins family, 37
Hawkins, Elizabeth; with family (photo 1897), 37
Hawkins, Emily (photo 1897), 37
Hawkins, Grace (photo 1897), 37
Hawkins, Harry (photo 1897), 37
Hawkins, Jim (photo 1984-85), 146
Hawkins, Jim (photo 1995), 35
Hawkins, Jim (photos), 32
Hawkins, John (photo), 39
Hawkins, John; with family (photo 1897), 37
Hawkins, Mary, 142
Hawkins, Mary (photo 1995), 35
Hawkins, Mrs.; grandmother to Mrs. Evelyn Pike (photo 1908), 72
Hawkins, Neil (photo 1984-85), 146
Hawkins, Phillip (photo 1984-85), 146
Hawksley, Nick; Practice Manager, 152
Hay, Mr.; architect, 93
Hay, Will; actor, 131
Hayes, Tracey, 137
Hayle, Thomas; of Wellington; married Oct 1706 Ann Smith; Quaker, 48
Hayne, Peter, Dr., 151
Hazelbury Senior Girls School; Edmonton (June 1940), 106
Head, Bert (photo 1930s), 66
Hembrow, John; tenant, 174
Hembrow, Robert; leaseholder, 174
Hembrow; burial, 45
Hembury Fort, 13
Hembury Fort House; near Honiton, 169
Hemiock, 157
Hemman, 14
Hemyock, 180
Hemyock (photo from south), 8
Hemyock (postcard photo), 8
Hemyock AFC (photo 1927-28), 144
Hemyock Bellringers (1908 postcard), 42
Hemyock Bowling Club, 142
Hemyock Bowling Club (2001), 6
Hemyock Bowling Club (photo c. 1906), 140
Hemyock Bowling Club (photo c. 1910), 140
Hemyock Bowling Club (postcard photo c. 1920), 141
Hemyock Bowling Club; 1914 season and matches cards (line drawings), 141
Hemyock Carnival (1977-1995)(photos), 32
Hemyock Carnival; handbill 1930 (line drawing), 33
Hemyock Castle, 16, 17, 27
Hemyock Castle (photo 2001), 173
Hemyock Castle and church (early postcard view), 54
Hemyock Castle; bought by General Simcoe, 171
Hemyock Castle; East Gate (sketch 17 July 1851), 52
Hemyock Castle; gatehouse rennovations (photo 1980s), 54
Hemyock Castle; granite doorway (photo 2000), 58
Hemyock Castle; North Moat (sketch 5 Aug 1851), 52
Hemyock Castle; outbuildings, stables (early postcard view), 54
Hemyock Castle; see Popham, 115
Hemyock Castle; today privately owned Scheduled Ancient Monument; open to public, 58
Hemyock Church; St. Mary's, 18
Hemyock Cricket Club (photo 1984-85), 146
Hemyock Football Club (photo 1948), 144
Hemyock Glee Club, 94
Hemyock Home Guard (photo early 1940s), 128
Hemyock Industrial Park, 27
Hemyock Manor, 53
Hemyock Market, 77
Hemyock Market (photo), 110
Hemyock Market; Catherine Wheelwright, 111
Hemyock Motors (photo), 26
Hemyock Nursing Association, 29
Hemyock Parish Council, 35
Hemyock Players (1931), 131
Hemyock Pump (1902); village square (photo), 21
Hemyock Pump (photo 14 Aug 1902), 30
Hemyock Recreation Ground; cricket match; background Pencross Hill and Southview houses (photo), 143
Hemyock School, 27
Hemyock School (early photo), 95
Hemyock School (photo 1930s), 92
Hemyock School (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hemyock School Board (16 March 1875), 93
Hemyock School; centenary (photo 1977), 92
Hemyock School; Class I (photo 1919), 97
Hemyock Singers, 131
Hemyock Singers; productions, 133
Hemyock Square; calves (photo), 112
Hemyock Square; present day (photo), 25
Hemyock Station (photo 1950s), 84
Hemyock Station; clearing snow (photo 1963), 82
Hemyock Station; early postcard (photo), 78, 80
Hemyock Station; engine 1466 (photo early 1960s), 82
Hemyock Station; last goods train (photo 31 Oct 1975), 83
Hemyock Station; last passenger train (photo 9 Sept 1963), 83
Hemyock Station; passenger train arrival; early postcard (photo), 80
Hemyock Station; remains (photo 1975), 84
Hemyock Troop; first founded (1920), 163
Hemyock Turbary, 13
Hemyock v. France; historical booklet, 133
Hemyock Village (photo from Castle Hill), 3
Hemyock; aerial view (photo), 157
Hemyock; fire (1693), 74
Hemyock; parish, 13
Hemyock; parish; 'Hamioch'; 'Hemioch'; 'Hemmiac', 14
Hemyock; selected for school (1980), 109
Henderson, Alex; Baptist pastor (Nov 1832), 50
Henderson, Mary & Alex; parents of Pass_____? Henderson; Baptist, 51
Henderson, Mary; Baptist (Nov 1832), 50
Henderson, Pass_____?; born 25 Jan 1834; Baptist, 51
Henry II; Assize of Arms (1181), 115
Henry VIII, King, 16
Henson, Christine (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Herbert de Pynu (1242), 15
Herman, Albertos; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Herman, Johanoes; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Hermans, Carolus; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Hermans, Leon; Belgian refugee (WWI), 99
Hewett and Co. Ltd.; see Norton Brewery, 75
Hichings, Neville J., 20
Hide, Miss; shop (photo c. 1910), 162
Hidon; family, 18
Hidon; family; castle remains, 20
Higgins, Mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
Higgison, Brown & Stuckey; architects, 152
High Street (photo), 22, 23
Higher Millhayes, 65
Higher Westland; a field, 155
Highfields; housing estate, 152
Hill, Bert (photo 1960s), 161
Hill, Bert, Mr. (photo), 159
Hill, Bert; bellringer (photo), 42
Hill, Betty, 6
Hill, Bob (photo c. 1920), 141
Hill, E.; 1914-18, 45
Hill, Edward, Mr.; dancing classes (1908), 100
Hill, Henry, 94
Hill, Mary Florence ___? (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hill, Mr.; heifers; school garden (Boxing Day 1953), 107
Hill, Olive (photo 1919), 97
Hill, Thos., 20
Hillier; at 'Luson', 149
Hind, John, 123
Hind, Saml., 123
Hine, 18
Hine, James, Mr.; board member, 93
Hine, Jane; Baptist (Nov 1832), 50
Hine, Jas.; tailor, 18
Hine, John, Jun.; shopkeeper, 18
Hine, John; parish clerk 1874-88, 43
Hine, John; shoemaker, 18
Hine, P.C., Mr.; Chapel Farm; Coombes Head Farm, 91
Hine, R.T.; 1939-45, 45
Hine, Richard, 81
Hine, Thomas, 20, 118
Hine, Thomas William, 20
Hine, Thos.; maltster, farmer, owner, 18
Hine, William, Mr.; board member, 93
Hine; burial, 45
History of Devon; author Dean Milles, 56
Hitchcock, John, 174
Hitchcock, Robert, 123
Hitler, Adolf, 163
Hockworthy, 27
Hodge, Barnard, 17
Hodge; family, 18
Hokham, William de, Sir; rector 1341, 47
Holcombe House; Holcombe Wood (1566), 15
Holcombe Wood; tenement, 174
Holcombe; estate (tablet), 43
Hold, G.; 1914-18, 45
Hold, George (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Hold, Ruth (photo 1940s), 168
Holdon, Gordon (photo c. 1960), 46
Hole, 36
Hole, B., 163
Hole, B. (1945), 167
Hole, Barbara (photo 1968), 168
Hole, Barbara (photo), 31
Hole, Barbara; "Brown Owl", 163
Hole, Barbara; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Hole, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Hole, Ernie (photo 1957-58), 67
Hole, H., Mr., 29
Hole, K., Mr., 29
Hole, Mr.; first milk lorry (photo c. 1920), 64
Holland, 59, 116
Hollewaye, Peter, 16
Holleybank; Churchinford, 151
Hollingarth Estate, 109
Hollingarth Farm; field (photo), 23
Hollingsworth, Mr.; music inspector, 109
Hollis, William, 74
Holloway; actor, 131
Holway, Alan (photo July 1986), 165
Holway, James; son of Peter Holway; buried at Spicelands 10 Nov 1692; Quaker, 48
Holway, Linda (photo July 1986), 165
Holway, Peter, 18
Holway, Peter; Petty Commander, 118
Holway, Peter; pikeman, 115
Holway, Peter; thatcher; married 30 June 1692 Suzanne Lutley; buried 1718; Quaker, 48
Holway, Peter; thatcher; married Susanna Lutley late 1600s, 89
Holway, William; occupier of Gorwell Farm, 171
Holway, Wm., 74
Holway; family, 18
Holwaye, Elizabeth; widow and customary tenant (1611), 87
Holwaye, James (1611), 89
Holy Sepulchre, 77
Home Guard; WWII; Local Defence Guard, 127
Honiton, 27, 116, 157, 171, 172
Hookway family; burial Culm Davy chapel, 90
Hookway, Ella, Miss, 131
Hookway, Ella, Miss (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Hookway, Wm., 20
Hooper, John, 35
Hooper, John (photo), 7, 146
Hooper, Rita, 35
Hooper, Rita (photo), 7, 32
Hoopers' Annual Challenge, 143
Horewood, John, 16
Horrewood, Walter, 16
Horswells (1888), 101
Horticultural Superintendant (Nov/June 1920), 103
Horton, Dr., 149
Hotten, Reg (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Hotten, Reg; club secretary (1987), 142
House of Industry (1785), 93
Howard, Charles Alvan, 20
Howard, Lieutenant; evacuated schoolmaster from Bristol, 127
Howard, Mr. (photo), 31
Howe, A. (1945), 167
Howe, Christine (photo March 1954), 107, 108
Howe, Doreen (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Howe, Edmnd., 20
Howe, Jas., 20
Howe, P. (1945), 167
Howe, P. (photo 1927-28), 144
Howe, Peggy (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Howe, R. (photo 1927-28), 144
Howell, Bill; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Howsham, David; Lowestoft; monument mason, 35
Howson, Dorothy (photo 1988), 36
Hull, Jack (photo), 136
Humphreys, T.; secretary (photo 1983-84), 145
Humphreys, Tom (1969), 143
Hundred court, 14
Hunt, Mr., 96, 98
Hunt, Mr.; Middlezoy; first headmaster; aunt and sister (+1913), 94
Hunt, Mr.; staunch teetotaller, 95
Hurcombe; parish land (1651), 18
Hurd, Rosemary (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Hurley, Miss; married teacher Mr. Conduit (1930s), 103
Hurley, Pearl (photo 1996), 142
Hurst, F. (photo 1948), 144
Hurst, F. (photo 1949-50), 145
Hurtenall, Henry, 16
Hussey & Sons, Messrs.; auctioneers, 174
Hutchings, 36
Hutchings, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Hutchings, Corporal, 127
Hutchings, Cpl, 128
Hutchings, Mrs. (photo 1988), 36
Hutchings, Sidney, 20
Hutchins, W. (photo 1948), 144
Huth, Sidney, Dr.; from Bath; residence Warden House, Culmstock, 149
Huth, Sydney, 20
Hyde family, 139
Hydon, John de, Sir; father of Richard de Hydon, 53
Hydon, Margaret de; married 1292 Dynham, 53
Hydon, Richard de; son of Sir John de Hydon, 53
Hydone, de; family of rectors, 41
Hydone, John de, Sir; Lord of the Manor (1275), 41
Hydone, Symonde; rector 1274, 47
Hydone, Thomas de; rector 1267, 47
I.K.; Hemyock, 44
I.M.; Hemyock, 44
Ine, King, 13
Inter House Shield; best school award (1934), 105
Iron Age, 153
Iron Age; 750BC - 100AD, 13
Isaac, Lynne; partner Culm Valley Funeral Services, 38
Isabel, Countess of Devon; de Lutley estates (mid-15th c.), 90
Isles, Dr., 149
Ives, John (photo), 134
J. Lyons & Co.; trading also as Milkal Ltd. And Dried Milk Products Ltd., 65
J. Lyons and Co., 73
Jackson, Sally (photo), 134
Jackson; burial, 45
James I, King, 89
James II; King, 116
James, Albt., 20
James, Geoff (photo early 1940s), 128
James, Harold Wltr., 20
James, Jessie (photo 1984-85), 146
James, Mrs. (photo), 33
James, Phyllis, Miss, 131
James, Phyllis, Miss (photo c. early 1930s), 132
James, Reg, Mr.; egg packing station; today Mr. Goddard's, 150
James, Regnld., 20
James, Sidney; broke leg; croup; death, 98
James, W., Mr., 29
James; brother of James Duke of Monmouth; Roman Catholic, 116
James; Duke of Monmouth; illegitimate son of Charles II; Protestant, 115
Jarrett, Michael; current pastor, 51
Jeffreys, George, Sir; Judge; Bloody Assize (+1688), 116
Jenkins, Brian (photo June 1955), 108
Jenkins, Cedric, 128
Jenkins, D. (photo 1983-84), 145
Jenkins, David, 142
Jenkins, David (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Jenkins, David (photo c. 1980), 147
Jenkins, Ernest Hy., 20
Jennings, Jack (photo 1930s), 66
Jennings, Jack (photo 1957-58), 67
Jervis, Henry, 74
Jewell, Juell (1672), 15
Jewell's Farm (1672), 15
Jocelyn, 149
John Taylor & Co.; of Loughborough, 44
Johnson, 149
Johnson, 'Babs', 149
Jones, C. (photo 1979), 109
Jones, Jack, 133
Jones, Jack (photos), 134
Jones, Marilyn (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Kallaway, David (photo June 1955), 108
Kallaway, Gwen (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Kallaway, Phyll (photo 1988), 36
Kallaway, Phyllis (photo), 55
Kallaway, Ronald (photo June 1955), 108
Keeland; family, 18
Keith, Debbie, 138
Keith, Debbie; programme designer, 137
Keith, Nicola (photo), 136
Keith, Pat, 137
Kelland, John, 17
Kelland, John (4 March 1655), 47
Kelley's Directory 1935, 20
Kelly, Roger; rector 1619, 47
Kelly's; directory (1935), 18
Kemp, Thomas, 20
Kennedy, President; brother, 129
Kentisbeare, 119
Kerslake family; Whitehouse farmhouse, 90
Ketchley, L,, Revd. (photo), 31
Ketchley, L. Revd. (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Ketchley, L., Revd., 143
Ketchley, L., Revd. (photo 1927-28), 144
Ketchley, L., Revd.; rector (photo c. 1949), 42
Ketchley, Leslie G.; rector 1927, 47
Ketchley, Leslie Gilbert, Rev., 20
Ketchley, Revd. (1931), 131
Ketchley, Revd.; Chairman of Managers (30 July 1935), 105
Kew, 117
King Charles I (March 1644), 16
King Eadweard; c.905AC, 13
King Henry VIII, 16
King Ine, 13
King, Mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
King, Pauline (photo March 1954), 108
Kitson, F.J., Revd.; cottage tenant, 174
Kitson, Francis John; rector 1854, 47
Knight, S. (photo 1983-84), 145
Knights of St. Catharine of Mount Sinai, 77
Knights Service, 115
Knoleman, Christopher, 16
Knoleman, Isabella, 16
Knoll Cottage, 90
Knott, Michael (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Knowlman, Maggie (photo 1996), 142
Knowlman, Mr., 106
Kowlman & Sons; auctioneers of Culmstock, 77
Kowsell, Miss (1907), 99
Kyne, William, 16
Kynwordleigh; manor, 16
Lacey, de, Miss; teacher, 106
Lack, Nicholas; his lands of Dunkeswell (tablet), 43
Lacock, William; of Chard, 41
Lady Gorringes Necklace'; first production (1931), 131
Ladysmith, 175
Ladysmith; Boer War (1 March 1900), 101
Lamble, Samuel; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Lancaster, Helen (photo 1996), 142
Land Tax Returns (1780), 74
Land Tax Returns (1802), 171
Land, John, Revd.; letter to Gen. Simcoe (7 April 1801), 127
Land, John, Revd.; of Hemyock, 171
Land, John, Revd.; rector 1775 to death on 17 April 1817 (wall monument), 43
Land, John, Reverend, 118
Land, John; Rector, 93
Land, John; rector 1817, 47
Land, Sid (photo 1930s), 66
Landon, Honor, 123
Lane, Frederick; farmer, 18
Lane, Gerald (photo 1980s), 58
Langhead, Mr.; of Minehead, 94
Langport, 119
Laurence, Fred, 142
Laurence, Joan, 138
Laurence, Nick, 137
Laurence, Nick (1985), 133
Lawrence, Edgar, 20
Lawrence, Fred, 128
Lawrence, Fred (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
Lawrence, Fred (photo 1926), 159
Lawrence, Harold (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Lawrence, Joan, 133, 137
Lawrence, Joan (photo early 1990s), 46
Lawrence, Joan, Mrs.; with John Lawrence (photo 1949-50), 36
Lawrence, John (photo 1949-50), 36
Lawrence, John (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Lawrence, Nick, 133
Lawrence, S. (photo 1927-28), 144
Lawrence, Saml., 20
Le Fevre, 36
Leach, Amanda, Doctor, 152
Leckie, J., 163
Leckie, J. (1945), 167
Leckie, J. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Leckie, Jill; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Lee, Mr.; Research Fellow, 107
Lee, Th., 123
Lee, Walter, 128
Lee, William; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Lee-Michell & Co., 20
Leigh Hill, 13
Leighton, Norman, 137, 138
Leisure Centre (1971-1983), 131
Lemon, Margaret (1633), 15
Lemon, Thomas (1636), 15
Lemons Hill, 9
Lemon's Hill; Margaret & Thomas Lemon, 15
Leonard Chas._____, 20
Leonard Maggs Cup, 147
Leslie, Gordon (photo c. 1960), 86
Levee en Masse List (1803-04), 117
Lewellyn-Jones, Margaret (photo c. 1960), 86
Leyborne Popham, Hugh, Esq., 20
Licensed Victualler Recognizances, 74
Licensed Victualler Recognizances and Register (1552-1828); in Quarter Session Records, DRO, 73
Lickham Bottom; or Lickham Common, 10
Lickham Common; or Lickham Bottom, 10
Lightbody, Dr., 111
Lightbody, Dr. (July 1919), 99
Lightbody, Dr.; school visit (1920), 104
Lilley, Jack, 128
Lipscombe, R.J., Mr., 131
Liverpool, 71
Llewellyn-Jones, David (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Llewellyn-Jones, W., Revd. (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Llewellyn-Jones, William; rector 1958, 47
Lloyd's Bank, 20
Lloyd's Bank (photo 1960s), 161
Lock, John; farmer, 18
Lock, Mr. (1864), 51
L'Oevurture, Toussaint, 171
Logan, Joy, Mrs., 151
Loker, Cheryl, 137
London, 14, 114
London; execution of Duke of Monmouth (15 July 1685), 116
Long Lea; a field, 155
Lord Robert, 176
Lord, Judith (photo), 134
Lorna Doone; author R.D. Blackmore (published 1869), 178
Lowell, Harry (photo 1930s), 66
Lower Manmoor, 155
Lower Westland orchard, 155
Lowman, 36, 116
Lowman family; Whitehall farmhouse, 90
Lowman, B. (1945), 167
Lowman, Barbara, 6
Lowman, Bob (photo c. 1923), 159
Lowman, Bob (photo), 26
Lowman, C. (1945), 167
Lowman, Cecil (photo), 33
Lowman, Cecil; Sergeant; 'Skip', 127
Lowman, Christine (photo), 33
Lowman, Cissy (photo c. 1960), 86
Lowman, E., 128
Lowman, Edgar, 27
Lowman, Edgar (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, Eli (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, Ern (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, Ernest (photo c 1910-12), 96
Lowman, George (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, George (photo 1963), 90
Lowman, Gordon (photo March 1954), 108
Lowman, H.; 1914-18, 45
Lowman, James, 20
Lowman, James; smithy, 91
Lowman, Janet (photo March 1954), 108
Lowman, Jim, 128
Lowman, Jim; forge (photo), 91
Lowman, Laura (photo 1919), 97
Lowman, M., 139
Lowman, Margaret (photo 1988), 36
Lowman, Marian, 166
Lowman, Marion (photo 1950s), 36
Lowman, Mark (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, Mark (photo c. 1910), 140
Lowman, Mark (photo c. 1920), 141
Lowman, N., 163
Lowman, N. (1945), 167
Lowman, N., Mr. (30 Nov 1956), 142
Lowman, Nicola (photo), 32
Lowman, Norman; Blue Anchor (photo c. 1941), 166
Lowman, Norman; mechanic "Doble's Garage" (photo c. 1973), 38
Lowman, P. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Lowman, Pam (photo 1940s), 168
Lowman, Phyll (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, R. (1945), 167
Lowman, Red (photo 1930s), 66
Lowman, Ron or Cecil; "Skip"; late, 166
Lowman, S. (1945), 167
Lowman, Sarah (photo 1988), 36
Lowman, Sarah (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Lowman, Sheila; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Lowman, Skip (photo 1967), 165
Lowman, Skip (photo July 1986), 165
Lowman, Stanley (photo early 1940s), 128
Lowman, Tom, 30
Lowman, Tom (photo 1930s), 66
Lowmann, Edgar, 34
Lowry, 36
Lowry, Daphne; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Lowry, H., 128
Lowry, Lieutenant; Hemyock Home Guard, 127
Lowry, Mr.; local billeting officer, 106
Lowry, Thelma (photo), 31
Lowry, Thelma, Miss; founder of Girl Guides in Hemyock (1941), 163
Lowry, Thelma; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Lowry; burial, 45
Loyalists, 169
Luc, Jean Andre de; Swiss geologist, 171
Luc, M. de, 172
Luck, James; yearly tenant from Lady Day, 174
Lucke, Nicholas, 18
Lugg; family (1692 onw.), 15
Lugg's Cottage (1692 onw.), 15
Luggs Cottage; residence during second marriage; see Sir Charles Follett, 91
Lupit, 157
Luppitt, 116
Lutley, 36, 116
Lutley family; mill, 91
Lutley family; Whitehall farmhouse; burial Culm Davy chapel, 90
Lutley, Mr., 30
Lutley, Edmund, 89
Lutley, Edward, 75
Lutley, Edward (1886), 84
Lutley, Edward (photo 1919), 97
Lutley, Edward (photo 1930s), 66
Lutley, Edward j.; miller; shareholder, 81
Lutley, Edward, Mr.; milk producer (1885), 60
Lutley, Edward, sen., 18
Lutley, Edward, senr., 118
Lutley, Edward; baker, 118
Lutley, Edward; baker (1754), 74
Lutley, Edward; buried 1800, age 73; husband of Mary Lutley, 90
Lutley, Edward; farmer and landowner of Hemyock, 79
Lutley, Edward; farmer at Whitehall, 81
Lutley, Edward; merchant; shareholder, 81
Lutley, Edward; unveiled war memorial 1920, 45
Lutley, Edward; warden, 44
Lutley, J.A.; 1914-18, 45
Lutley, J.P. And Mrs., 20
Lutley, Joan, 133
Lutley, Joan (photo 1950s), 36
Lutley, Joan (photo), 55
Lutley, John, 75
Lutley, Jr., Edward, Mr.; board members, 93
Lutley, Mary; burial 1798, age 66; wife of Edward Lutley, 90
Lutley, Miss; of Chapel Farm, 176
Lutley, Mollie (photo 1950s), 36
Lutley, Mollie (photo 1996), 142
Lutley, Molly, Miss, 29
Lutley, Mr., 61, 100
Lutley, Mrs., 20
Lutley, Robert; sheep, 88
Lutley, S., Mr., 29
Lutley, Sam (photo 1930s), 66
Lutley, Saml., 20
Lutley, Susanna; widow of Uffculme; married 30 June 1692 Peter Holway; buried 1730; Quaker, 48
Lutley, T.E.; 1914-18, 45
Lutley, Thomas; miller, 18
Lutley; burial, 45
Lutley; family, 18
Lutleys, de; Staffordshire origins, 90
Luxton, Mr.; ostler (photo 1908), 72
Lyddon, John, 16
Lyllyscone, Peter, 16
Lyme Regis, 116
Lyons and Company, J., 65
Lytelcote; property given by Willmers Darrell to Sir John Popham upon acquittal, 55
Macey, Mary; teacher (1819-20), 93
Macey, Susanna; widow; deceased, 93
Macey, Thomas; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Mackham, 14
Mackham Farm (photo late 1930s/early 1940s), 160
Mackham Farm (photo WWII), 130
Mackham Farm; haymaking (photo), 158
Mackham; 'Madecomb'(1330); 'Matcombe' (1538), 15
Macrone, Miss, 175
Mada; Mada's Combe, 15
Madford, 27, 105
Madford Hill, 14
Madford River, 15
Maggs, Leonard, Cup, 147
Malaya, 115
Mallinson, John, 133
Maltby, Annette (photo March 1954), 108
Maltby, Patricia (photo June 1955), 108
Manchester, 61
Manfield, Elizabeth; Baptist (1834), 50
Manfield, J., 18
Manfild, Lawrence, 17
Manley, _____?, 123
Manley, Charles; "short sickness caused by a fall" (+2 May 1881), 94
Manley, Charlie (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Manley, Dorothy; Baptist (suspended)(Nov 1832), 50
Manley, Dorothy; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Manley, Edward; Private (1800-02), 117
Manley, Elizabeth, 74
Manley, Elizabeth; Baptist (1834), 50
Manley, Henry; maltster, 18
Manley, Henry; wife and two children, 123
Manley, I. (1761), 74
Manley, Isaac, 74
Manley, Isaac; parish clerk 1731-76, 43
Manley, John (5 June 1782), 157
Manley, John, Mr.; Millhayes, 93
Manley, John; overseer, 118
Manley, John; tenant, 171
Manley, Joseph; sexton 1772-76, 43
Manley, Margaret (photo March 1954), 108
Manley, Mary; buried May 1712; Quaker, 48
Manley, Miss; teacher; fire (4 May 1906), 101
Manley, Mr.; farmer at Millhayes, 173
Manley, Mr.; of Millhayes, 51
Manley, Nicholas, 118
Manley, Peter, 16, 155
Manley, Peter; goods sold (1779), 154
Manley, Peter; parish clerk to 1644, 43
Manley, Peter; sale Tuesday (23 Feb 1779), 157
Manley, Phyllis (photo 1919), 97
Manley, Robert; cordwainer (1740), 74
Manley, Robert; harquebusier, 115
Manley, Robert; parish clerk 1776 to at least 1805, 43
Manley, William (5 June 1782), 157
Manley; burial, 45
Manly, Henry, 75
Manmoor Barn, 155
Manse; next to Sandhurst, 150
Mansfield, James, 75
Mansfield, Lawrence, 75
Mansfield, Samuel (1787-88), 74
Mansion House; London, 175
Map; Hemyock Village 1890's -1930's (line drawing), 4
Marke, Geraldine; post lady (photo c. 1973), 38
Marke, Nicholas, 18
Marke, Sheila (photo c. 1960), 46
Marklew, William (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Marks, Bert (photo 1930s), 66
Marks, Elizabeth; daughter in law to Gregory Blakemore; buried in dung heap and reburied in churchyard, 16
Marks, H., 147
Marks, H. (photo 1927-28), 144
Marks, Vic; cricketer; at Catharine Wheel (photo 1983), 76
Marks, Wm., 18
"Mars Bars", 65
Marshall, Dr., 149
Martin, Phillip (photo March 1954), 108
Mary, Queen; 1935 Silver Jubilee; souvenir program (drawing), 34
Maseley, Roger (1740), 74
Masey, James; butcher, 18
Masey, Thomas; butcher, 18
Master, Chester, Mr., 175
Masters, Frankie (photo 1930s), 66
Masy, Susana, 17
Mather, Ruby (photo), 26
Mather, S. (photo 1949-50), 145
Mather, Same (photo), 26
Mathew, F.W.; author of 'Tales of the Blackdown Borderland', 172
Mathews, B.R.; Malaya 1956, 45
Mathews, Christine, 6
Mathews, P. (photo 1983-84), 145
Matthew Bridge (9 Sept 1691), 47
Matthews, Christine (photo c. 1960), 86
Matthews, Mark, Sgt.; Imperial Yeomanry, 176
Maundevill, Robert de, 15
Mawson, Annie; harpist, 138
Maxentius, Emperor, 77
Mayne, William, Master; rector 1549, 47
McClements, 149
McClintock, Donald, Dr., 152
McCulloch, Beryl (photo 1996), 142
McCulloch, Don (photo 16 Aug 1987), 142
McCulloch, Don; chairman (1987), 142
McCulloch, Ian (photo c. 1960), 46
McCulloch, Richard (photo c. 1960), 46
McKee, S. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
McLintock, Donald, Dr. (photo), 32
McQueen, Roy, Mr.; headmaster, 109
Meade-King, Dr., 149
Meads, Christine, Mrs. (photo), 32
Meads, J.D., Mrs., 131
Meads, Jonathan, Dr., 6
Meads, Jonathan, Dr. (1967), 151
Meads, Jonathan, Dr. (photo 1977), 148
Meads, Jonathan, Dr. (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Meads, Jonathan, Dr. (photo c. 1972), 148
Meads, Jonathan, Dr. (photo), 32
Meads, Jonathan, Dr.; retired (1999), 152
Meads, Jonathan, Mr.; local doctor, 109
Melhuish Cup; trophy, 142
Melhuish, F., Mr.and Mrs.; of Fircroft (30 July 1935), 105
Melhuish, F.; vice-president (photo 1927-28), 144
Melhuish, Frank, 20
Melhuish, Frank (1928), 142
Mercy, Susanna, 17
Meredith (two different doctors with this name), 149
Merlin ______, 20
Merry Harriers, 13
Mesolithic; 700BC, 13
Messenger, Michael; author; "Culm Valley Light Railway", 6
Messenger, Michael; his book "The Culm Valley Light Railway", 85
Metcalfe, Annie, 138
Metcalfe, Annie (photo), 136
Methodist Chapel; closed, 41
Methodist Chapel; High Street, 151
Methodist Chapel; High Street (photo 1960s), 49
Methodists, 48
Methodists; Wesleyans, 49
Michaelmas Fayre; Hemyock (27 Sept 1986)(photo), 55
Middle Mackham; Alexanderhayes (1423), 14
Middleton, Brian (photo c. 1960), 46
Middleton, Christine (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Midland Bank; recently demolished (photo), 23
Mile House, 119
Militia Act (1757), 117
Milk factory (photo aerial view), 70
Milk factory demolition (photo), 70
Milk reception bay (photo), 68, 69
Milkal Ltd; see J. Lyons and Co., 65
Miller, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Miller, Bill (photo 1957-58), 67
Miller, J. (1945), 167
Miller, W. (photo), 68
Milles, Dean; historian; father of Jeremiah Milles, 56
Milles, Jeremiah; son of Dean Milles; close friend of Gen. Simcoe, 56
Millhayes, 59, 63
Millhayes (1897), 62
Millhayes; flooding, 173
Millhayes; Millheghes (1330); Myllehayes, 15
Millhayes; Mr. Manley, 51
Millhayes; pig market, 61
Millhayes; view towards Lower Millhayes (photo), 110
Millhayes; yearlings (photo 1922), 113
Millhays, 18
Milton, Brian (photo 1967), 165
Ministry of Food, 65
Mitcham, Jim (photo 1930s), 66
Mitchell, Diane (photo 1940s), 168
Mitchell, Diane (photo March 1954), 108
Mitchell, Margaret, 6
Mitchell, Margaret; post office (photo), 39
Mitchell, Paul (photo 1984-85), 146
Mitchell, Sidney Chas., 20
Mitchell, Terry (photo 1984-85), 146
Monk, Anne, 138
Monk, Anne (photo), 135
Monmouth Rebellion, 127
Monmouth Rebellion; also known as Western Rebellion, 115
Montcalm, General; Quebec (1759), 169
Montgomery; Eighth Army; El Alamein, 163
Moon, A. (photo 1983-84), 145
Moon, John; pupil (1819-20), 93
Moons, James, 75
Moore, E.; 1914-18, 45
Moore, Elizabeth, 17
Moore, Harry (?); and wife, 123
Moore, James, 16
Moore, Jane (photo 1940s), 168
Moore, Margaret (photo 1940s), 168
Moore, Mary, 17
Moore, Orpah, horse bolted; killed (1904), 98
Moore, Thomas (tablet), 43
Moore; family, 18
Moores Castle; owned by General Simcoe (1802), 171
Moores, Doreen (photo), 32
Moores, Spencer (photo), 32
Moores, Steve (photo), 32
Moorhayes Farm; John atte More, 15
More, John atte; Moorhayes Farm, 15
Morgan, Aaron, 123
Morgan, Adrian, 75
Morgan, Ellen, Mrs., 20
Morgan, Ellen, Mrs. (1935), 19
Morgan, Hugh, 17
Morgan, J. (1945), 167
Morgan, John (1761), 74
Morgan, Mary (photo 1919), 97
Morgan, Mary; Post Office, 150
Morgan, William, 17
Morgan, William; yeoman, 74
Morgan; burial, 45
Morrell, Les; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Mortimer, Hugh and Ann; built Chapel Farm (early 1800s), 91
Mortimer, Jane; cemetary (+1831 age 93), 90
Mortimer, John, 118
Mortimer, John cemetary (+1831 age 100), 90
Mortimer, Miss; teacher, 106
Mortimore, Mr., 100
Moses, Humphrey, 17
Moulder, P.C.; policeman (photo c. 1920), 141
Mountshayes, 59
Mountshayne, 10, 17, 61, 62
Mountshayne; 'Maundeuilleheghs' (1330); 'Maundesheghes' (1359); Mounsheyes (1566), 15
Mountshayne; Milk Factory; John Clist's farm (16 May 1886), 60
Mountshayne; model orchard, 98
Mountshayne; piggery, 63
Mow Barton, 155
Mudditt, Georgie, 137
Muers, 128
Muir, Dr., 128
Mulle, Robert atte (1333); Millhayes (1566), 15
Murray, H. (photo 1927-28), 144
Mussolini; Sicily; Allied Conquest, 163
Mutter, L. (photo), 68
Mutter, Len; bellringer (photo), 42
Mutter, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Mytton, Hugh, 163
Naish, 36
Naish, Mrs. (photo 1950s), 36
Napoleon, 163, 171
Napoleonic Wars, 59, 116
National Home Reading Union, 98
Naughty Gnome Trophy, 143
Nelhams, Julie (photo 1984-85), 146
Neolithic; 4500 - 2000BC, 13
Netherway, 36
Netherway, Leonard; bellringer (photo), 42
Netherway, Mary (photo 1950s), 36
Netherway, Mrs. (photo), 31
New House; see Edward Farrant, 81
New Inn, 73, 75, 79
New Inn (1812), 74
New Zealand, 65
New, Miss, 175
Newcot; close of land, 174
Newlands; four closes of land, 174
Newton Farm; Newton (1566), 15
Nonconformist; license required, 49
Nonconformity; wool merchants, 48
Norman Conquest, 115
Norman, J., 147
Norman, Mrs. (photo), 33
North Tawton, 119
North, W.H.; 1914-18, 45
Northam family (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, "Granny" (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, B. (1945), 167
Northam, B. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Northam, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Northam, Bill; early milk churn (photo), 65
Northam, Brian (photo c. 1960), 46
Northam, Charles (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Ciss (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Frank (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, George (photo 1930s), 66
Northam, George (photo 1957-58), 67
Northam, George (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Gwen (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Ivy (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, John (photo July 1986), 165
Northam, M. (1945), 167
Northam, May (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Michael (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Northam, Nancy (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, Olive (photo c. 1920), 37
Northam, P. (1945), 167
Northam, P. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Northam, S. (1945), 167
Northam, S. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Northam, Shirley (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Northam, William (photo c. 1920), 37
Northan, John (photo June 1955), 108
Northhamptonshire (1752), 169
Norton Brewery; Taunton; receipt (18 Jan 1898) (illustration), 75
Nott, Dr., 149
Nowell, Venetia, 138
Oake; Somerset; ten miles from Hemyock, 60
Obermeister, B. (1945), 167
Obermeister, F. (1945), 167
Obermeister, Freda; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Oliver, 14
"Oliver"; show program 1995 (line drawing), 134
Oliver, Ian, 137
Oliver, Mr.; architect, 93
Ontario; Upper Canada, 169
"Open Day"; the first one (30 June 1955), 107
Operation Snowdrift (photo c. 1966), 168
Orchard, Defiance; gypsy; age 11 (1909), 99
Orchard, Joseph; gypsy; age 13 (1909), 99
Orders; to Army Cadet (reproduction), 128
Orpington House (photo), 23
Osmond, Beat (photo 1930s), 66
Otelin'; Culm Pyne, 14
Owlerscombe; close to present Owleycombe, 14
Owleycombe; close to Owlerscombe, 14
Oxenham, T.E.A.P., 20
Oxenpark Farm; Oxenparke Wood (1561), 15
Oxford; customers, 61
P.M.; Hemyock, 44
Paddington, 139
Pain, Arthur (June 1875), 81
Pain, Arthur Cadlick; born Battersea, London; West Country origins; engineering pupil, 79
Palmer, David (photo early 1990s), 46
Palmer, David (photo), 55
Palmer, David and Meg, 158
Palmer, James; no relation to Thomas Palmer (photo), 136
Palmer, Meg (photo), 55
Palmer, Thomas (photo), 136
Parfitt, Euphemie; of Willand, 49
Parfitt, James; of Willand, 49
Parish Hall; built 1927, 103
Parish registers; date from 1635; found in Devon Record Office, West Country Studies Library and Rector of Hemyock, 47
Park Linhay Cottage, 91
Parkinson, J. (photo 1948), 144
Parklands Estate, 109
Parliamentarians, 56
Parry (?), Harry, 123
Parsley, John; blacksmith, 18
Parsons, Bennie, 30
Parsons, Derrick (photo), 32
Parsons, Ernest Hy., 20
Parsons, Frank Stanley, 20
Parsons, Hilda (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Partridge, Margaret, Mrs.; Simcoe descendant, 172
Passmore, E. (photo 1927-28), 144
Passmore, F. (photo 1927-28), 144
Patchett, Shaun, 137
Patten, Faye, 133
Patten, Faye (photo), 135
Paul, George (photo c. 1920), 141
Paul, Vernon (photo c. 1920), 141
Payne, B. (1945), 167
Payne, G. (photo 1979), 109
Payne, J. (1945), 167
Payne, Mary (photo 1988), 36
Payne, P. (1945), 167
Payne, Wm., 20
Peardon, Kathleen (photo 1919), 97
Peasants' Revolt; Devon (1382), 53
Pen, Humphrey, 16
Pen, John, 16
Pencross, 8, 14, 143
Pencross Hill, 9, 35, 85
Pencross Hill (photos), 26
Pennells, P. (1945), 167
Pennington, Thomas; of Exeter (1621), 44
Penns; family; Hemyock villagers (1646), 16
Perkins, Father Terence (photo 1989), 48
Perle River; Culm River, 178
Perle-Weir, 179
Perliton; Uffculme, 178
Perlycombe; pseudonum for Hemyock given by R. D. Blackmore in his book Perlycross, 178
Perlycross, 179
Perlycross; Culmstock, 178
Perrott, Andrew (photo 1984-85), 146
Perrott, Andrew; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Perrott, Eileen, 6
Perrott, Fred, 6
Perrott, Fred (photo c. 1980), 147
Perrott, Fred; bellringer (photo 1970), 42
Perrott, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Perrott, Roy (photo Christmas 1956), 108
Perrott, Roy, junr.; (photo c. 1980), 147
Perrott, Royston (photo c. 1980), 147
Perrott, Royston; bellringer (photo 1970), 42
Perry, Andrew; Hemyock Motors, 18
Perry, Geoff; Hemyock Motors, 18
Perryman, John; Methodist (Nov 1838), 49
Petch, Betty (photo early 1990s), 46
Peter, Gill, Mrs.; headship of schoolgirl, 109
Peter, John; parish clerk 1609-11, 43
Petters, Jeremiah, 17
Petticrew, Gerald (photo July 1986), 165
Philip, Mr.; Chief Education Officer for Devon (Feb 1952), 104
Phillips, ___? (photo 1919), 97
Phillips, Ivy (photo 1919), 97
Phillips, Mr. (photo c. 1920), 141
Pickard, Mr., 30
Pickfords, 139
Piers, Sue (photo 1996), 142
Pike, 18, 36
Pike, B. (1945), 167
Pike, Bill, 128
Pike, Bill (photo 1919), 97
Pike, Cecil (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Pike, Ellen (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Pike, Evelyn, 6
Pike, Evelyn (photo 1950s), 36
Pike, Evelyn, Mrs., 150
Pike, Evelyn, Mrs. (photo 1908), 72
Pike, Kit (photo 1930s), 66
Pike, Kit (photo 1957-58), 67
Pike, M. (1945), 167
Pike, Michael, 6
Pike, Michael (photo 1939-40), 102
Pike, Michael (photo c. 1949), 42
Pike, Michael (photo), 31
Pike, Mrs. (photo), 31
Pike, P., 163
Pike, Percy, 128
Pike, Percy (photo 1930s), 66
Pike, Percy (photo 1957-58), 67
Pike, R. (1945), 167
Pike, Rose (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Pike, Rose; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Pike, Wil, 35
Pike's Cottages (1632 onw.), 15
Pikes; family (1632 onw.), 15
Pinder, Caroline, 137
Pinder, Caroline (photo), 135
Pinder, Carolyn, 6
Pine, C., Mr.; Goodalls Farm, 91
Pithayne Farm, 14
Pitman, J. (photo 1949-50), 145
Pitminster; depot (Nov 1890), 61
Pitt Farm, 14
Plains of Abraham; Wolfe defeats Montcalm, 169
Plant; sterilising milk churns (photo), 68
Plymouth, 98, 109
Podringe, John, 16
Ponlett, Baron, 20
Pook, Henry, 118
Pook, Henry, Esq., 18
"pooks"; heaps, 158
Poole, Christopher, 133, 137
Poole, Joseph, 75
Pooley, Dick, 128
Pooley, Dick (photo 1930s), 66
Pooley, H.R.; 1939-45, 45
Pooley, R., 147
Pooley, Richard; cinema, 131
Pooley, Sergeant, 127
Pooley, Sgt., 128
Popham family; owned Hemyock Castle to the end of 17th c., 56
Popham family; principal landowners (1642), 115
Popham, Colin, 6
Popham, E.W., Revd.; board member, 93
Popham, Edward Leybourne; rector 1873, 47
Popham, Edward Wm. Leyborne, Esq., 18
Popham, John, Sir; Lord Chief Justice; sentenced to death Early of Essex, Sir Walter Raleigh, Guy Fawkes, Mary Queen of Scots, 55
Popham, Revd.; rector 1873-96, 43
Popham, Revd.; rector of Hemyock, 81
Portugal, 172
Posse Comitatus (1798), 117
Post, 18
Post Office (photo), 23
Pottere, John (1333), 15
Potter's Farm; John Pottere (1333), 15
Poulett, Lord; commander of royalist forces with Sir John Berkeley, Sir Richard Cholmondely and Colonel Blewitt (9 March 1644), 56
Pound's House; 'the Pounde' (1566), 15
Powell, Mr.; headmaster (1960), 107
Powell, Mr.; retired; headmaster (9 Sept 1969), 109
Pretoria, 176
Prideaux, 149
Priestman, 36
Primrose League (27 Aug 1897), 101
Pring, 116
Pring (Prinn); family, 18
Pring, Brenda (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Pring, D. (photo 1927-28), 144
Pring, Denis (photo 1919), 97
Pring, Dennis, 128
Pring, Dennis Jn., 20
Pring, Emily (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Pring, Fredk., 20
Pring, Gerald; carpenter (photo 1973), 38
Pring, Margaret (photo 1940s), 168
Pring, Martin (photo 1967), 165
Pring, Martin (photo c. 1960), 46
Pring, Martin (photo), 26
Pring, Martin; bellringer (photo 1970), 42
Pring, Martin; Pring & Sons Carpenters and Joiners, 35
Pring, Martin; son of Gerald ring; carpenter; Culm Valley Funeral Services, 38
Pring, Nigel (photo March 1954), 108
Pring, Olive (photo 1919), 97
Pring, Queenie (1931), 131
Pring, Queenie (photo 1919), 97
Pring, Queenie (photo 1930s), 66
Pring, Queenie, Miss (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Pring, Susan (photo 1940s), 168
Pring, Susan (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Prings, 19
Prinn (Pring); family, 18
Prounz, John, 16
Prows, Henry; rector 1493, 47
Prowse, Mr and Mrs.; retired (July 1953), 107
Prowse, Mr., 104, 105, 131
Prowse, Mr. (Monday 9 Oct 1944), 106
Prowse, Mr. (photo c. early 1930s), 132
Prowse, Mrs.; assistant teacher; wife of P.H. Prowse, 103
Prowse, P.H., 147
Prowse, P.H., Mr.; schoolhead master (12 April 1920), 103
Prowses, 159
"Prowses"; estate named for Mr and Mrs. Prowse, 107
Prowses; Pencross (photo), 26
Pudding Meads; close of land, 174
Pullen, W., Revd., 176
Pump, The; poem, 29
Pumpington; Wellington, Somerset, 178
Purcell, Leslie (photo c. 1960), 46, 86
Purchase; burial, 45
Puritanism; wool merchants, 48
Pursey, mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
Pynu, Herbert de (1242), 15
Quakers, 119
Quakers; Religious Society of Friends, 48
Quantick, David, 133
Queen Victoria (1901), 30
Queen's Cottage; Taunton, 27
Queen's Rangers, 169
Quick, Harold (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Quick, Mark, 118
Quick, Mrs. (photo 1908), 72
Quick, R., Mr., 29
R.L.; Hemyock, 44
Rabjohns, Frank; farmboy; threw stone (1886), 100
Radford, Clarence (photo), 31
Radulphus le Crokker (1330), 15
"Railway"; New Inn, 75
Railway Company (Nov 1872), 79
"Railway, The", 77
Ralph, Master; rector 1283, 47
Ramster, Dorothy; buried 1701; Quaker, 48
Ramster, Frances; daughter of John; married 1688 William Southwood; Quaker, 48
Ramster, Joan; 1682; Quaker, 48
Ramster, John; buried 1700 aged 80; Quaker, 48
Ramster, Prudence; buried 1703; Quaker, 48
Ramster, William; buried 1701; Quaker, 48
Rancombe, 14
Rational Friendly Society, 28
Rawridge; in Upottery, 61
Rayner, Alexander, M.D.; physician of Bath (18 Sept 1746), 43
Rayner, Edward, 90
Rayner, Edward, M.A.; rector 1739 to death 2 March 1775, 43
Rayner, Edward; husband of Elizabeth Rayner, 43
Rayner, Edward; rector, 56
Rayner, Edward; rector 1739, 47
Rayner, Elizabeth; wife of Edward Rayner (+17 June 1769), 43
Read, John; husband of Joan; buried 1696; Quaker, 48
Red Devon; cattle; beef and milk, 153
Red Devon; on the Square (photo c. 1910), 162
Redford, Walter (photo), 31
Redwood, B. (1945), 167
Redwood, Brian, 27
Redwood, Brian; brother of David; Scout (photo), 165
Redwood, David; cub (photo), 165
Redwood, George; home at Rosemary Lane, Clayhidon; first sermon (25 Nov 1833), 51
Redwood, Leonard, Mr.; tonsils removed; late, 149
Redwood, Paul, 6, 27
Redwood, Walter J.; Paulton, Somerset (1933), 27
Redwood, William, 20, 75
Redwood's bus (photo), 26
Redwood's Coaches, 27
Reed, Hy., 20
Reed, J., Mr.; first post-war headmaster; ex-RAF pilot (1952), 107
Reed, Jack, Mr.; headmaster (photo June 1955), 108
Reed, Miss, 100
Reed, Mr. (photo May 1953), 108
Reed, Mr.; school garden (Boxing Day 1953), 107
Reed, Mrs. (photo), 31
Reed, Peter, 44
Reed, Peter (photo early 1990s), 46
Regency House; Calf Club 60th Anniversary (1981), 114
Revel Sunday; first Sunday after September 14th, 177
Reynell, Thomas, 16
Reynolds family; of Clayhidon, 180
Reynolds, Mrs.; lawyer's widow; Station Road resident 1936-37, 48
Rhodes, 149
Rich, Mary (photo 1950s), 36
Richard I; reign (1159-99), 53
Richard II; permission to fortify and crennalate Hemyock Manor (5 Nov 1380), 53
Richard, Mr.; first deputy headmaster (1967), 107
Richards, Antony (photo c. 1920), 141
Richards, Harry, 128
Richardson, Clive; headmaster, 131
Richardson, Clive; musical director/producer; retired 1980, 133
Richardson, Mr.; headmaster (9 Sept 1969), 109
Richardson, Olive; and wife; Australia; death, 137
Richardson, Olive; headmaster (photo), 92
Ridgeway, W.; 1914-18, 45
Ridgeway, Walter (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Ridgewood Hill, 9
Riding, Miss, 175
Ridler, Alan (photo June 1955), 108
Risedon, Stephen, 16
Robert de Maundevill, 15
Robert, Lord, 176
Robertson, Maureen (photo 1996), 142
Robson, Alison, 138
Robson, Alison (photo), 135
Rochell, Ann, 133
Rochell, Ann (photo), 135
Rochell, Anne, 137
Rogation Day; at Culm Davy Chapel (photo c. 1960), 86
Roger, Thomas, 16
Roman, 153
Roman Catholics, 48
Roman Catholie Chapel of Ease; closed 1996, 41
Romans, 13
Rommel; El Alamein, 163
Root, Jane, 6
Root, Keith, 6
Root, Keith and Jane (1982), 77
Root, Keith and Jane; licensees Catharine Wheel (photo 1983, 76
Root, Martin, 133
Ropers (photo), 33
Rose Cottage; Fore Street, 27
Rothewell, William; rector 1395, 47
Rougemont Hotel; Exeter; Culm Davy auction (23 Sept 1921), 91
Rowe, 149
Rowland, L. (photo 1949-50), 145
Rowland, L.V. (photo 1948), 144
Rowse, P.; trainer (photo 1927-28), 144
Rowsell, H.; 1914-18, 45
Royalists; prisoners, 56
Ruffell-Hazell, Patsy, 6, 133, 137
Ruffell-Hazell, Patsy (photo), 134, 136
Rugg, Willie; drowned in millstream (7 Jan 1901), 101
Ruggin; West Buckland; depot (Jan 1889), 61
Ruridecanal Magazine, 177
Rydgewaye, Elizabeth, 16
Saint Catharine; martyr, 77
Saint George; Culm Davy chapel, 90
Saint Joseph's; Roman Catholic Chapel; closed Feb 1996 (photo 1989), 48
Saint Margaret's Stream; east of Castle Hill; cholera epidemic (March 1832), 51
Saint Mary's Church (1840s), 173
Saint Mary's Churchill's, 77
Saint Mary's Parish Church; oldest Hemyock parish church, 41
Saint Mary's Parish Church; pre-1920 postcard exterior view, 40
Saint Mary's Parish Church; pre-1920 postcard interior view, 40
Saint Mary's; Hemyock Churchill's, 18
Saint Mawes, Cornwall; MP Simcoe (1790), 170
Salter, 36
Salter, A. (photo 1927-28), 144
Salter, Albert, 128
Salter, Donald; bellringer; RAF (photo c. 1949), 42
Salter, Emily (photo 1950s), 36
Salter, Frank, 20
Salter, G. (photo 1983-84), 145
Salter, G. (photo late 1950s), 146
Salter, George, 128
Salter, George (photo c. 1923), 159
Salter, Gerald (photo 1984-85), 146
Salter, Gordon; Canada, 114
Salter, H. (1945), 167
Salter, Hanna, 123
Salter, Jack, 30
Salter, Jn., 20
Salter, Kevin (photo 1984-85), 146
Salter, Kevin; snooker (photo 1991-92), 147
Salter, L. (photo 1949-50), 145
Salter, L.J. (photo 1948), 144
Salter, Len, 6
Salter, Mary (photo 1919), 97
Salter, Mary (photo 1940s), 168
Salter, Mary (photo), 31
Salter, May (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Salter, Mr., 29
Salter, Mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
Salter, Mrs. (photo c. 1960), 86
Salter, Percy (photo 1930s), 66
Salter, Phyll, 6
Salter, Phyllis, 166
Salter, Phyllis (photo), 26
Salter, Raymond (photo June 1955), 108
Salter, Rita (photo c. 1960), 86
Salter, Stanley (photo early 1940s), 128
Salter, Thomas; convicted Spring & Autumn 1680 at Cullompton; Quaker, 48
Salter, Walter (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Salter, Wm. Jas., 20
Salter; burial, 45
Samiaco; origination of "Hemyock" name, 14
Sampford Arundel; parish, 13
Samuels, Brian; author "True Hearts and Sound Bottoms"; Hemyock bellringer, 44
San Domingo; modern Haiti, 171
Sandeford Landgemaere, 13
Sanders, Beryl (photo June 1955), 108
Sanders, Hilda, 19
Sanders, James, 123
Sanders, Mary (photo June 1955), 108
Sanders, Mrs. (photo June 1955), 108
Sanders, Percy, 19
Sandford Point, 13
Sandford, Jack (photo c. 1920), 141
Sandford, Rosemary (photo 31 Jan 1921), 112
Sandford, Rosemary; Xmas card 1921 (reproduction), 112
Sandford, T.R.; director Culm Valley Dairy Co., Ltd., 112
Sandford, Tom (photo c. 1920), 141
Sandhurst; next to Manse; Dr. Griffin home, 150
Sandilands, Andrew, 133, 137
Sarah; wife of John Farrant of Culmpine (+22 Nov 1796 aged 42), 45
Sargent, Mr.; of Chawleigh, 94
Sarle, Amboras, 17
Sarlo (?), Peter, 123
Saunders, Elizabeth, 74
Saunders, John; yeoman (1758), 74
Saunders, May (photo 1996), 142
Saunders, W. (1761), 74
Saw Mill; yard c. 1891 - 1893 (photo), 21
Saxons; c.900AD, 13
Scadding, 116
Scadding, Aaron, 17, 18, 123
Scadding, Aaron; at Oxenpark, 74
Scadding, Charles; at Brownings, 74
Scadding, John, 17
Scadding, John (1754), 74
Scadding, John; estate manager for Simcoes, 170
Scadding, Richard, 74
Scadding, William, 74
Scadding, Wm., 123
Scaddon, John, 16
Scarletina; school closing eight weeks (Oct 1883), 94
School hoeing (photo 1938), 102
School Log; Extracts (1888-1919), 101
Scoble Plant Hire, 35
Scoble, Debbie (photo), 32
Scoble, Sarah (photo), 32
Scotland, 111
Scott, James; late Duke of Monmouth, 116
Scouts (photo July 1977), 165
Scouts; Blue Anchor (photo c. 1941), 164
Scouts; wartime (photo), 165
Scroff, 149
Sealed Knot (group photo), 12
Sealed Knot Society (25-26 June 1994), 58
Searle, Ambrose, 17
Searle, Ann; Baptist (Nov 1832), 50
Searle, Richard; Baptist (Nov 1832), 50
Second Somersets; formerly 40th Regiment of Foot, 169
Second World War, 65
Sedgemoor, 116
Selley; buried, 45
Selway, William, 173
Serle, John; parish clerk in 1634 to 1731, 43
Serle; family, 18
Serles Close; owned by General Simcoe (1802), 171
Seward Cup (April 1984), 143
Shaddock, George, 75
Shakle, John, 16
Shelbroke, John, 89
Shepherd, Mr. (photo c. 1920), 141
Sheppard family, 58
Sheppard, Captain and wife; daughter, 58
Sheppard, Margaret, 6
Sheppard, margaret, Dr.; daughter of William and Phyllis Sheppard, 58
Sheppard, Margaret; current owner of Hemyock Manor; author of Hemyock Castle, 53
Sheppard, Phyllis; wife of William Sheppard, 58
Sheppard, William; Captain; OBE; RN; "Bill", 58
Shepperd, Mervyn (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Sherborne, Bishop of; Asser, 13
Shere, 36
Shere, Lynette (photo), 32
Sherlock, Robert; history of St. Mary's, 43
Shire, Arthur, 128
Shoebrooks; at Hemyock, 89
Show Programme; Scouts (1943) (line drawing), 167
Show Programme; Scouts (1945), 167
Shuttleton, 174
Shuttleton Farm; 'Sheteldoune' (1566); 'Shittledon' (1583), 15
Shuttleton; village south of Hemyock, 56
Sidmouth, Viscount; Henry Addington, 173
Sidmouth, Viscount; Rawridge, 61
Sigemund; Anglo-Saxon warrior; reputedly buried at Simonsburrow (7th-8th c.), 171
Sigemund; Saxon warrior, 13
Simco, John Graves, 6
Simcoe family; male line died out (late 19th c.), 174
Simcoe, Anne; daughter of General Simcoe; married John Alford (1851), 173
Simcoe, E.P., Mrs.; lady of the manor, 18
Simcoe, Elizabeth Posthuma (+1850), 173
Simcoe, Elizabeth; widow of Gen. John Graves Simcoe, 41
Simcoe, Francis Gwillim; eldest son of General Simcoe; joined Army (+6 April 1821 age 21), 174
Simcoe, Francis Gwillim; Simcoe's eldest son died at Siege of Badajoz, 172
Simcoe, Francis; child of John and Elizabeth Simcoe, 170
Simcoe, General, 127
Simcoe, General; died at house of Archdeacon Moore; buried 4 Nov 1806 Wolford Chapel, 172
Simcoe, General; late, 18
Simcoe, H.A., Rev.; sermon poster (Wed 28 July 1847), 174
Simcoe, Henry Addington, 173
Simcoe, Henry Addington, Revd.; son of Gen. John Graves Simcoe, 41
Simcoe, Henry Addington; second son of General Simcoe; parish priest Egloskerry, Cornwall; five sons (+1868), 174
Simcoe, John Graves, Colonel (portrait), 170
Simcoe, John Graves, General; Commander of Western England, 117
Simcoe, John Graves, Lieutenant-General; born Cotterstock, 169
Simcoe, John Graves, Sir; see Graves Simco, 56
Simcoe, John Kennaway, Captain; General Simcoe's grandson; sale of Hemyock properties (1869), 174
Simcoe, John; father of General Simcoe; naval captain married to Katharine Stamford (+1759 buried at sea), 169
Simcoe, Katharine; daughter of General Simcoe, 173
Simcoe, Misses; daughters of Gen. John Graves Simcoe, 41
Simcoe, Mrs., 173, 174
Simcoe, Percy; younger brother of General Simco; drowned in River Exe Exeter, 169
Simcoe, Sophia; child of John and Elizabeth Simcoe, 170
Simmonds, Frank, 128
Simonsburrow, 13, 172
Simonsburrow; or "Symonsburrow", 10
Simpson, Brian, 6, 152
Simundesburgha; "Sigemund's Hill"; earliest written record (c. 1190), 172
Sive, Maung Tint, Mr.; Burma (1936), 105
Slater, Edie (photo 1919), 97
Slater, T. (photo 1983-84), 145
Sloman, L. (photo 1979), 109
Slowman, F. (photo 1948), 144
Small, B., 163
Small, B. (1945), 167
Small, Brian; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Small, George & Sons, 20
Small, H. (1945), 167
Small, P. (1945), 167
Small, R.J.; 1939-45, 45
Small, S. (1945), 167
Smearthorpe; aerodrome, 27
Smith, Alec (photo 1995), 35
Smith, Ann; daughter of Robert; married Oct 1706 at Spicelands, Thomas Hayle; Quaker, 48
Smith, Beryl (photo), 55
Smith, D.E. (photo 1948), 144
Smith, Elizabeth, 16
Smith, Fanny, Mrs., 20
Smith, Jennifer (photo June 1955), 108
Smith, Joseph; buried Oct 1701; Quaker, 48
Smith, Leslie (photo), 33
Smith, Monica (photo), 136
Smith, R., 163
Smith, Robert; Quaker, 48
Smith, Winnie (photo c. 1923), 159
Smithy (photo c. 1910), 162
Snell, F.J.; author The Blackmore Country, 61
Snell, F.J.; author; "The Blackmore Country" (1906), 10
Snooker Club, 147
Snowstorm (18 Jan 1881), 94
Soby, Tony, 6
Social and Welfare Club, 131
Somerhaies, John, 17
Somerhayes, John, 17
Somerhayes, John (1708), 93
Somerset, 9, 65
Somerset Geriatricians, 152
Somerton, 119
Somerton; Somerset, 118
Sommers, Nicholas; of Uffculme; married Oct 1706 Ann Ackland; Quakers, 48
Soundy, Mr., 19
South Africa, 30
South Coast; of Devon, 27
South Tawton, 119
South, Harold (photo march 1954), 108
South, Janet (photo June 1955), 108
South-East Asia, 65
Southewoode, 36
Southewoode, Nicholas, 16
Southey family; Culm Davy burial, 90
Southey, Geo.; Sgt. (1800-02), 117
Southey, John (1787-88), 74
Southey, John; Ensign (1800-02), 117
Southey, John; Sgt. (1800-02), 117
Southey, Saml.; Drummer (1800-02), 117
Southwood, Mr., 157
Southwood, Samuel; mortgage (1736), 154
Southwood, William; of Uffculme; married Frances Ramster 1680; Quaker, 48
Spanish Armada; English Channel, 87
Spark, Robt., 123
Spark, Tho., 74
Spark; burial, 45
Sparks, D. (photo 1979), 109
Sparks, G. (photo 1983-84), 145
Sparks, June, 134
Sparks, Sarah; bitten by dog (1897), 98
Sparrow, James; rector 1817, 47
Spettigue, 149
Spicelands; near Culmstock; Quaker Meeting House, 48
Spicer, Richard, Sir; rector 1384, 47
Spiller, Brian (photo March 1954), 108
Sprague, David (photo), 136
Sprague, Wm., 123
Springfontein, 176
Spurgeon, C.H., Revd.; preacher of Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, 51
Spurway, Henry, 75
Spurway, Wm. Hy., Esq., 18
Square, Hemyock Village; present Broadway (photo), 22
St. Clere, John, 16
St. Herblon; France, 180
St. John's Ambulance, 152
St. Mary's Bookstall; VE Day Anniversary (photo 1995), 35
Stallard, Heather, 35, 152
Stallard, Robin, 34, 35
Stamford, Katharine; wife of Captain John Simcoe, 169
Stamp & Sons, Messrs.; solicitors Honiton, 174
Stamp, Harold W.T.; rector 1949, 47
Stamp, Revd. (photo c. 1949), 42
Standing Committee of Civilian and Service Representatives; Exeter, 118
Standwick, Wm.; Sgt. (1800-02), 117
Staple and Hatch Inn (1803), 119
Staple Hills, 9
Star Inn, 74
Star Inn (1812), 75
Star Inn (photo 1908), 72
Star Inn; after fire of 1928 (photo), 72
Star Inn; before 1920s (photo), 72
Star Inn; burned 1928 (photo), 21
Star Inn, The; meeting (1 Jan 1873), 79
"Star, The", 77
Star, The; burned later (photo), 23
Station Road (photo 1963), 26
Station Road (photo), 24
Station Road; barbershop opened by elderly Italian, 129
Station Road; towards Millhayes (photo), 23
Stedcombe House; retreat to (9 March 1644), 56
Steeple jack (photo), 71
Stenner, Mr.; of Tiverton, 60
Stepney, Christine, 138
Stepney, Christine (photo), 135, 136
Stepney, Christine; wife of David Stepney, 19
Stepney, Dave, 133
Stepney, David, 133, 137, 138
Stepney, David (photo), 135, 136
Stepney, David; deceased; husband of Christine Stepney, 19
Stepney, Martin, 137
Stewar, Jan; pseudonym for A.J. Coles; author of books in Devonshire dialect, 103
Stewart, Miss; of Exeter; photographer (14 July 1898), 101
Still, Mrs. (photo 1949-50), 36
Still,. Gary (photo c. 1960), 46
Stokes, Harry; of Woodbury (see "The Book of Woodbury"), 44
Stokes, P. (1945), 167
Stokes, Paul (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Stone, Robert; pupil, 93
Stone, William; pupil (1819-20), 93
Stoneman, Francis Manley (+age 46), 174
Stoneman, John; Newcot, 174
Stradling, Jn., 20
Stradling, John (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Stradling, L. (1945), 167
Stradling, Mr., 163
Stradling, Victor (photo 1919), 97
Straight Ash; Culm Davy, 89
Straight Ash-Sidwells; area of Hemyock, 14
Straw House, 155
Strawbridge, D., 139
Strawbridge, Dick (photo c. 1910), 140
Strawbridge, Dick (photo c. 1920), 141
Strawbridge, Mr. (photo), 31
Strawbridge, R.H., 147
Strawbridge, Rd. Hine, 20
Streate, Richard, 16
Stuart, Leonard, 128
Subscription appeal (1864)(line drawing), 51
Sulca; Saxon lady c. 700-800AD, 14
"sull"; Devonshire word for "plough", 155
Summers, Chas., 20
Summers, Harry (photo 1930s), 66
Summers, Harry (photo c. 1920), 141
Summers, I. (1945), 167
Summers, J. (1945), 167
Summers, J. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Summers, Julie (photo 1940s), 168
Summers, Juliet; Girl Guides (photo), 164
Summers, Mr., 29
Summers, Sarah, 137
Summers, Sarah (photo), 135
Summers, Stuart (photo early 1990s), 46
Summers, Stuart (photo), 135, 136
Summers, Stuart and Sarah, 138
Summers, Y. (1945), 167
Summers, Yvonne (photo c. 1938-40), 102
Sun Yat, Mr.; educationalist; Indian (1931), 105
Surrey Hills, 9
Sussex Regiment; formerly 35th Regiment of Foot, 169
Sutton, Elizabeth; supply teacher (Spring 1960), 166
Swayne, John; rector 1549, 47
Sweden, 71
Sweetland, Michael (photo June 1955), 108
Sworder, Geoff, 137
Symes, Daphne (photo 1996), 142
Symons, Ernest; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Symons, Mr. (photo), 31
Symons, Rt., 20
Symons, Stan (photo), 31
Symonsborough Mission School; Mr and Mrs. Gill, 176
Symonsburrow; or "Simonsburrow", 10
Symonsburrow; Simonsburrow; 'Simundesbergha' (1190); 'Symondesborough Corner' (1566); burial place of Sigemund, 15
Taft, William, 20
Tait, Bob (photo 1926), 159
Tait, Mr., 30
Tait, Robert (photo c. 1910), 140
Tait, Robert (photo c. 1920), 141
Tait, Robert; retired businessman, 150
Tait, W., Mr.; treasurer of bowling club, 139
Tait, William (photo c. 1910), 140
Tait, William, Mr. (photo c. 1920), 141
Tait, William; retired businessman, 150
Talbot, Thos., 20
Tales of the Blackdown Borderland; author F.W. Mathews (published 1923), 172
Tallett; first floor open area above barn, 155
Tamar, River, 104
Tancock, C. (photo 1948), 144
Tancock, Cyril (30 July 1935), 105
Tancock, Frank, 20
Tancock, Frank (photo), 31
Tancock, Stanley, 29
Tapscott, James, 75
Tapscott, Mrs., 139
Tartaglia, Ted, 6, 159
Tartaglia, Ted (photo May 2000), 130
Tartaglia, Ted; scout (photo), 165
Tate, W.E.; author; "The Parish Clerk", 43
Taunton, 13, 79, 98, 106, 116, 139, 143, 149, 152, 157
Taunton Hospital, 29
Taylor & Co., John; of Loughborough, 44
Taylor, Geoff, 77
Tedburrow, 13
Tedburrow Farm (1566), 15
Tedder family; graveyard, 90
Tedder, Arthur William; son of Sir Arthur Tedder; later Lord Tedder (1946); WWII (+1967), 90
Tedder, Arthur, C.B., Sir; native of Kensington London; graveyard; wife and daughter interred also, 90
Tedders Close'; Hemyock, 91
Teddington; Middlesex; R.D. Blackmore, 178
Teignmouth, 177
Tennis Club (June 1920), 147
Terry, Mrs.; influenza, 175
Thaba'nchu, 176
Thatcher, Mrs. (photo), 32
Thegns; Anglo-Saxon military elite, 115
Theobald, 14
Thirty-fifth Regiment of Foot; later Sussex Regiment, 169
Thomas, E., Miss; Culm Davy Farm, 91
Thomas, Emily, Miss, 20
Thomas, H., Mr.; Culm Davy Farm, 91
Thomas, Henry, 94
Thomas, Joe; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Thomas, John; killed by wagon wheels 16 June 1793, 47
Thomas; burial, 45
Thompson, Gladys (photo 1996), 142
Thorne, 128
Thorne, Bob; of Wellington (1930s), 163
Thorne, Bob; Scoutmaster, 166
Thorne, J.R. (photo 1948), 144
Thorne, R., 128
Thorne, R.L., Mr.; variety show (Sat 11 April 1942), 163
Thorverton, 119
Three Corner Close; a field, 155
Ticehurst family; owners of Castle Farm after Paynes, 57
Tilend, John, 16
Tiverton, 27, 79, 109, 139
Tiverton and District Hospital; founded 1852, 150
Tiverton East Ruridecanal Magazine (1900), 175
Tiverton Junction, 64, 67, 81, 94
Tiverton Junction; railway line from Hemyock opened (1876), 59
Tiverton Junction; see Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, 57
Tiverton School, 85
Tiverton Volunteers, 81
Toms, Miss (March and July 5th, 1905), 100
Toms, Miss; assistant teacher (Monday June 12th, and June 20th ,1905), 99
Toogood, William (1583), 15
Toogood's Cottage; William Toogood (1583), 15
Tooker, William; Reeve (1611), 89
Topsham, 172
Toronto, City of, 171
Tower of London, 116
Town Mead; owner Mr. Manley, 93
Townsend, James, 75
Townsend, Jas.; farmer & owner, 18
Townsend, Jno.; farmer & owner, 18
Trafford; first lorry, 65
Trenchard, Anne (photo 1940s), 168
Trenchard, Jack, 128
Trevellys, William, Master; rector 1378, 47
Trevethen, Robert; rector 1461, 47
Trickey Warren; later named Churchstanton, 129
Trickey, Albert; handcut in chaff cutter, 98
Trickey, Bill, 128
Trickey, Bill (photo 1957-58), 67
Trickey, F. (photo 1948), 144
Trickey, Fred (photo 1930s), 66
Trickey, Harry, 128
Trickey, Harry (photo 1957-58), 67
Trickey, K. (1945), 167
Trickey, Penny (photos), 134
Trickey, Phylis (photo), 33
Trickey, R., 163
Trickey, R. (1945), 167
Trickey, R. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Trickey, W. (photo 1948), 144
Trickey, W.B. (1945), 167
Trickey, W.R. (1945), 167
Trickey, Warren; aerodrome, 27
Tricky, Bill (photo 1930s), 66
Trigges, William; woodward (1611), 89
Trim, Charles; bellringer (photo c. 1949), 42
Troake, James; farmer & owner, 18
Troake, Shirley (photo June 1955), 108
Trott, Harry (photo 1926), 159
True, 36
"True Hearts and Sound Bottoms" by Brian Samuels, 44
Trull, 157
Truman, Dr.; 'mental specialist' (1924), 104
Tuck descendants, 58
Tuck, James; farmer, 18
Tuck, James; farmer; resident of Castle Farm (mid-19th c.); age 45 (1841 census), 57
Tuck, Mary; wife of James Tuck; aged 50 (1841 census); eight children with James, 57
Tucker, John; yeoman; shareholder, 81
Tucker, William (photo), 112
Tunn, Arthur, Sir; travel magnate and philanthropist, 150
Turke, John, 17
Turner, Ann (photo c. 1960), 46
Turner, Miss; teacher, 106
Turner, Side (photo c. 1960), 46
Turnpike Road; Taunton to Honiton, 119
Twig, Wm., 123
Uffculme, 14, 27, 107, 116, 157
Uffculme Environmental, 35
Uffculme Mills; receipt (Lady Day 1897)(illustration), 75
Uffculme; new school, 104
Uffculme; 'Perliton', 178
Unigate Foods Ltd., 71
Unigate Foods Ltd.; ceased production (31 Oct 1975), 67
Unigate; owner of milk factory (Oct 1975), 85
United Dairies Litd. Calf Club No. 1 (14 Oct 1920), 111
United Dairies Ltd.; of London, 64
Upottery; airfields, 129
Upsteps; Hides' Shop (photo), 22
Usher's Brewery, 75
Uvedale, Margaret de; néée de Hydone; wife of Sir Peter de Uvedale, 41
Uvedale, Peter, 18
Uvedale, Peter de, Sir (+1336), 53
Uvedale, Peter de, Sir; husband of Margaret de Uvedale, 41
Valentine; burial, 45
VE Day (8 May 1945), 106
Venestas (photo), 68
Venn, Marjorie, Miss, 20
Verman(?), Hezekiah, 75
Vernon, Lord; estate in Derbyshire (1886), 60
Vian, George (early 1950s), 77
Vian, Raymond (photo June 1955), 108
Vicar of Dunkeswell; Abbey Church (photo 1908), 72
Victoria, Queen (1901), 30
Victoria, Queen; Diamond Jubilee (21 June 1897), 101
Victory Cup (1951-52), 143
Village animal and crops list 1798-1803 (reproduction), 122
Village Crier; auction notice (facsimile), 155
Vincent, A.; 1914-18, 45
Violet Chapman Trust, 152
"Viridor", 35
Visitations; last one 1686, 91
Voss, John; letter to General Simcoe (27 March 1802) (copy), 172
Voss, John; of Culmstock (March 1802), 171
W.G.; Hemyock, 44
W.K.; Hemyock, 44
Wakefield, Mr., 19
Waldron family; 17th c. (floor slab), 43
Waldron, Clement, 89
Waldron, Mary; church gift (tablet), 44
Waldron, Mary; spinster late of Honiton (tablet), 43
Waldron, Philip; gentleman, 18
Waldron's Charity, 18
Walheim; Germany, 180
Walker, David; photographer from Wellington, 6
Walker, John; shopkeeper & tailor, 18
Walker, Mary; pupil (1819-20), 93
Walker, Thomas, Mr., 51
Walker, William, 75
Walker, Wm.; tailor, 18
Wall, Catherine, 138
Wall, Catherine (photo), 135
"wallestt"; brushwood often tied into faggots, 155
Walrond Cup (1933-34), 143
Walrond, Henry, 16
Walters, W., Mr.; conductor, 33
Wapping, 116
War Agricultural Executive Committee, 129
War Memorial of Hemyock; site of old church house demolished 1886 (photo), 45
Ward, John; grower of Alpine plants, 180
Warden, Matt, 137, 138
Warden, Steve, 137
Warden, Steve (photo), 136
Wardover, Marke; burial (1 June 1646), 16
Ware, John, Sir; Parliamentary Commander at Lyme; 'siege' of Hemyock; journal entry (4 March 1644), 56
Warners; of London, 44
Warre, Francis, Rev.; L.L.B., 18
Warre, Francis; rector 1829, 47
Warren, 36
Warren, Brenda (photo 1940s), 168
Warren, Brenda (photo March 1954), 108
Warren, F., Mr.; teacher, 107
Warren, Frank, Mr.; senior master (photo March 1954), 108
Warren, Mrs.; mursery helper, 107
Washington, George, General, 170
Wassink, Betty (photo), 55
Wassink, Ted, 133
Wassink, Ted (photo), 55
Watson, Alan; bellringer (photo 1970), 42
Way, Mrs., 20
Wayland, Jean, 133
Webber, 36
Webber, A., 163
Webber, A. (1945), 167
Webber, Debbie, 6
Webber, Edward, 74
Webber, John (photo 1930s), 66
Webber, Marjorie (photo), 29
Webber, Marjory (photo 1950s), 36
Webber, Marjory (photo), 31
Webber, Mr. & Mrs.; fish child chip van (photo c. 1972), 25
Webber, Robert; married 1693 Mary Clist; Quaker, 48
Webber, Walter (photo c. 1910-12), 96
Webber, Wltr. Jas., 20
Wedding; Duke of York and Princess Mary of Teck (6 July 1893), 101
Weeks, V. (photo c. 1947-48), 132
Wellington, 65, 149, 157
Wellington Cottage Hospital; founded by Edgerton-Burnetts (1892), 150
Wellington Fire Brigade; Captain Eno, 33
Wellington Hospital, 29
Wellington Maternity Home; built by Fox family, 150
Wellington Monument, 139
Wellington Park (1 June 1906), 139
Wellington School, 27
Wellington South Street Centenary Band (photo), 33
Wellington, Devon, 171
Wellington; bus route (1945), 27
Wellington; north road from, 35
Wellington; parish, 13
Wells, 116
Wells, Roger, Dr. (1975), 151
Wells, Roger, Dr. (photo 1977), 148
Wells, Roger, Dr. (photo 3 March 1982), 148
Welwyn Garden City; Reading, 114
Wesleyan Chapel; Methodist (photo 1962), 50
Wesleyan Sunday School; later Methodist Sunday School (1927), 103
West Buckland, 157
West Buckland; parish, 13
West Somerset Hospitals, 143
West Somerset Railway, 85
West Zeal, 119
Western National, 27
Western Zoyland (5 July 1685), 116
Westlake, Margaret, 89
Westlake, Margarete; widow; Wigglesforde; Downcrofte, 87
Weston; West Farm (1566), 15
Westown, 18