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Name Index

To

Fairfax in the West

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol. 8 (1876), pp. 117-147.

by

Paul Q. Karkeek

Prepared by Michael Steer

Thomas Fairfax was eldest son of Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax. He studied at St John's College, Cambridge, and Gray's Inn (1626-28), volunteering to join Vere's expedition to fight for the Protestant cause in the Netherlands. In 1639 he commanded a troop of dragoons against the Scots in the First Bishops' War. In the Second Bishops' War the army was routed at the battle of Newburn. Fairfax fled with the rest of the defeated army but was nevertheless knighted for his services in January 1641. This paper, presented at the Association's July 1876 Ashburton meeting treats with his campaigns in the West of England and particularly in Devon. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Apsley, Sir Allan 118, 137
Arundel, Colonel Richard 118, 128-9
Ayseugh, Sir George 146
B  
Bassett, Sir Arthur 136
Bassett, Sir F 132
Berkley, Sir John 118-9, 136
Blundell, Peter 121
Blunt 128
Borlace 128
Bulstrode 128
Butler, Colonel 120, 134
C  
Capel 136
Carel, Mr 147
Carey, Sir Henry 126
Charles I 117, 136, 145
Chichester 128
Clarendon 127
Cleveland, Earl of 119, 131
Colepepper 128, 135, 147
Colliton, Master (also Corriton) 141-2
Crisp, Sir Nicholas 147
Cromwell, Oliver 120-2, 124, 127, 130, 135, 143
Crow, Sir Sackville 138
D  
Dell 126
Digby, General 128
E  
Edgcomb, Colonel 141
Elliot, Sir John 142
F  
Fairfax, Sir Thomas throughout
Fortescue, Sir Edmund 118, 126-7, 137
Fortescue, Colonel Richard 120, 136
G  
Glamorgan, Lord 134, 142
Glanvill, M 142
Glanvill, Serjeant 142
Goring arms 120
Goring, General Lord George 119-23, 127-8, 132-4, 137-8, 144
Grenville, Sir Bevill 128
Grenville, General Sir Richard 119-20, 123-4, 128, 132, 147
H  
Hammond, Colonel 120, 126, 131, 134, 136
Harris, Lieutenant Colonel 139, 147
Henrietta, Princess 136
Hooper, Major 140
Hopton, General Ralph, Lord 119, 127-36, 139-40, 142, 145, 147
J  
Jenkins 122
Jermain 133
K  
Killegrew, Sir Henry 147
Killegrew, Sir Peter 147
L  
Lenthal, Hon William Esq 139
Laplane, Monsieur 143
Lowre, Master Thomas 141-2
M  
Massey, General Major 120-1, 130, 133, 138
Maurice, Prince 125
Meredith, Sir W 124
Moore, Constable 138
N  
Newport, Lord 126
P  
Peard, Major 128, 135
Perts, Master General 142
Peters, Master Hugh 121, 126-7, 134, 139, 141, 147
Plunkett, Captain 146
Pollard, Sir Hugh 118, 126
Popham, Colonel 122
Pride, Lieutenant Colonel 126
R  
Raw, Mr 141
Rich, Colonel 142
Rossiter 120
Rupert, Prince 117, 128, 130, 138
Rushworth, John 121, 139, 141
S  
Sadler, Major 121-2, 138
Seymour, Colonel 126
Sheffield, Colonel 137, 147
Skippon 120
Slaughter, Colonel 128
Slingsby 128
Sprigge, Joshua 121, 131, 134
Stamford, Lord 128
St John, Oliver 147
Stuart family 119, 128
T  
Talbot, Sir Gilbert 118, 121, 138
Tooke, Colonel Charles 138
Trelawney, Colonel Jonathan 128-9
Trevilian, Colonel 139
Trevise, Mr 142
Trevor 128
W  
Wales, Charles Prince of 119, 127, 134, 136, 147
Waller, Sir Hardress 120, 124, 127, 129, 133, 136
Warburton 137
Watts 131
Webb, General 128, 130, 134
Welden, Colonel 121, 137
Wentworth, Lord 119, 123, 125, 127, 129, 136, 147
Wise, Colonel 128
Wogan, Colonel Edward 132
Worth, Mr 117
Wrey, Sir Chichester 128-9