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Name Index


Andrew and Nicholas Tremayne

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 30, (1898), illus. pp. 147-157.


J.Y.A. Morshead

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Tremayne twins were sons of Thomas Tremayne of Collacombe, brothers of the celebrated Edmund and Richard. The identical twins lived and died inseparably. In 1554 as exiles, they sailed to France with his uncle Sir Peter Carew, John Courtenay and James Kirkham. Both twins were caught and imprisoned on a charge of piracy. Both met their death at the siege of Newhaven in 1563. 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 the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.


Aquila, Bishop of 151
Barnesley, James 150
Bedford, Earl of 153
Berwick 157
Bethell, R 150
Bromfield 155
Browne, Val 155
Burghley 152
Butler, Lady 150
Carew family 149
Carew, Sir Gawen 148
Carew, Sir Peter 148, 157
Cecil, Sir William 151-7
Cobham family 149
Cornwell 151, 157
Courtenay, Earl of Devon 150
Courtenay, Earl Edward 150
Courtenay, John gent 148
Crokketh 151
Damarell, Sir John 148
Damarell, Isabella 148
De Favori 152
Denys 157
Devonshire, Earl of 150
Dudley, Sir Henry 150
Edward VI 149
Elizabeth I 150-1, 154, 157
Francis II 152
Froude, Professor 149, 151, 155
Gilpin, Mrs 154
Gower 150
Grenville, Philippa 148
Grenville, Roger 148
Grey, Lord 151, 153-4
Guise, Duke of 152
Hedley, Thomas 154
Henry II; France 149-50
Henry VII 149
Henry VIII 149
Horsey family 149-51
Jones, Mr 152
Kemys 155
Killigrew family 149
Killigrew, Sir Henry 150, 152
Kirkeham, James gent 148
Knoplocke, Edmond 148
Kyllygrew 148
Leicester, Lord 152
Leighton 151
Maclean, Sir John 148
Mary, Queen 148-51, 155
Mary, Queen: Scotland 152, 156
Medicis, Catherine de 156
Mewtes, Sir Peter 153
Montgomery 154
Navarre, King of 152-3
Oppenheim, M 148
Paulet, Sir Hugh 154
Philip, King 149
Prince 147, 156
Randolph 153, 156
Renault, Monsieur 152
Risdon 147-8, 156
Seymour, Sir Thomas 149
Strangways family 149
Throckmorton 150-3, 155
Tremayne, Andrew throughout
Tremayne, Edmund 157
Tremayne family 148
Tremayne, Isabella 148
Tremayne, Nicholas throughout
Tremayne, Philippa 148
Tremayne, Thomas 148
Tremayne, Thomas (2) 148
Tremellias, Emanuel 153
Trenchard, Isabella 148
Uvedale 150
Venables, Canon 150
Vowell, John alias Hooker 148
Warwick 154, 156
Wedington, William 157
Westcote 147, 156
Wotton, Dr 150-1