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Surname Index

for the

Devonshire Steeple Chase Meetings in

The Racing Calendar: Steeple Chases Past.

For the Season 1867-8, Vol. 2.

by

C.J.E. & J.B. Weatherby

London: Weatherby, Burlington Street (1868) 308 pp.

Prepared by Michael Steer

The steeplechase originated in Ireland in the 18th century as an analogue to the cross country horse races that went from church steeple to church steeple. The sport became formally organised in 1866 with the formation of the National Hunt Committee that began to issue licenses to riders. Weatherbys today provides British Horseracing with its central administration, acts as its bank, and maintains the founding Thoroughbred breed register. They have been involved in British horse racing since 1770 and provide various administration services under contract to the British Horseracing Authority. Weatherby's Racing Calendar is sometimes called "Racing's Bible". In the 1867-8 season, steeplechase meetings were held at:
Barnstaple page   243
East Devon page 215
Exeter page 15
Torquay page 181
Totnes and Bridgetown    page 2
This rare and much sought-after book was produced digitally from a copy in the Bodleian Library collection and can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers
 
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Adams, Mr J 182-3
Aplin 215
Archer 182-3
Arthur, Captain 181, 244
Arundell, Mr 16
Baillie, Mr 183
Barnes, Mr 182
Barratt, T 2, 244
Barrett, Mr 182
Beamish, Mr 3
Blackaller, Mr 182
Blight, Mr (also Bligh) 2, 16, 182-3, 244
Bond, Mr E 182
Bradridge, Mr 2-3
Brice, Mr 16, 244
Brimmicombe, 182-3
Brown, Mr C 2, 15-6, 182-3, 215
Bulteel, Mr 2
Burrington, Mr 182
Burrows, R 183
Cade 16
Calmady, Mr 2, 182, 244
Camp, G 215, 244
Cawdle, Mr 182
Collings, Mr P 183
Coombe, Mr 16
D'Arcy, Mr 181
Mr Dicks 182
Ellison, Mr 16
Gibling, Mr 244
Gilmore, Mr 16
Gould, Mr 16
Gregory 16, 244
Hayes 16, 182-3
Hayman, Mr 244
Heath, R 3
Hitchings 3, 15-6, 182-3, 215
Holdsworth, Mr H (also Houldworth) 181-3
Hunt, Mr 16
Ingle, Mr 181
Kennedy 16
Lee, Mr 16
Lewis, Mr 182-3
Locock, Mr (also Lowcock) 16, 182
Loveys, Mr T S 182-3
Macdonald 3
Marshall, Mr 215
Martin, Mr H 3, 182-3
Merton, Mr P 2
Newcombe, Mr 182-3
Norley, Mr 2
Parkin, Mr 2, 182-3
Pitman 182
Potter, Mr T 182
Power, Major 16
Puckle, Captain 181
Pyles, Mr T 182
Radmore, Mr 16
Rawle 244
Rawlin 16
Reed, Mr 182
Riccaby (also Rickaby) 16
Richards, Mr 181-2
Riddell, Mr J R 2, 16, 215, 244
Roberts, Mr C 16, 182-3, 215, 244
Rowe, Mr 182
Scott, Mr 2, 215
Seldon, Mr 244
Sergeant, Dr 215
Shore, Mr T 2, 16, 182-3, 244
Smith, Mr 16
Smith, Mr W 16
Sopp 3
Stanbury, Mr 3
Staple, Mr T 16, 182-3
Studdy, Captain 183
Talbot, Captain 215
Toogood, Mr F 181, 183
Warren 183
Weller 16
Westford, Mr 3
Wetherby, Mr 16
Williams, Mr 2