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Samuel Hieron: A Devonshire vicar in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. (1892) pp. 77-85.


S.G. Harris

Prepared by Michael Steer

Samuel Hieron (1576-1617), puritan divine, was the son of Roger Hieron, originally a schoolmaster, who became vicar of Epping in Essex in 1578. He was taught by his father and admitted to Eton in 1590. From there he passed to King's College, Cambridge. Sir Henry Savile, provost of Eton, conferred a pastoral charge on him, that he vacated for the living of Modbury' (in the gift of Eton College), held till his death in 1617. 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 University of Michigan Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

Barrington, Sir Francis 81
Boothe, Robert 79
Brooks 75
Burch, Arthur Esq 78-9
Champernowne, Lady Ann 81
Champernowne, Lady Elizabeth 81
Champernowne family 81
Champernowne, Henry Esq 83
Champernowne, Sir Richard Knt 81
Champernowne, W 82
Chudleigh, George Esq 82-3
Coad, Doctor 81
Dredge, Rev John Ingle 77
Elizabeth I 78-9
Fawkes, Guy 80
Fox, Mr John 78
Gilbert, Nicholas Esq 82
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando Knt 83
Haris, Sir Christopher 83
Hele, Lady Margaret 82
Hele, Sampson Esq 82
Hele, Sir Warwick 83
Herbert, Lord 83
Hieron, Rev Samuel, MA (also Herne) throughout
Hill, Rev Robert 78-9
Holdsworth, Robert 80
Hooker, Richard 84
James I 78-80, 84-5
Johnson, Dr 83
Lysons 81
Pembroke, William Earl of 83
Prideaux, Mistris 82
Rous, Sir Anthony Knt 81
Rouse, Ambrose Esq 81
Savil, Sir Henry 79
Strode, Lady Mary 82
Strode, Sir William Knt 82-3