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Index to

Memories of Moretonhampstead

by

George Friend

(published in 1994 by Devon Books)

Index prepared by Margaret Bailey

[MH has been used as an abbreviation for Moretonhampstead. Business names are included if they use personal names. In addition to the information below, there is a photo of a document listing the buildings, owners and tenants affected by the fire of 1845 on Cross Street. Much of it is legible, and I have included a list at the end of this index of the names I have been able to read. This book is available through the Moretonhampstead Visitor Information Centre for £9.95. See their history page at http://www.moretontrust.freeserve.co.uk]

Index Format: Name; Date; Place; Notes; Page No.

A. Waddington & Son, Ltd.; 1936-1942; Torquay; Contractors, Fernworthy Reservoir; 76 (photo of plaque)
A.H. Blackmore & Son; ; Court Street, MH; Builders; 74
A.H. Blackmore & Sons; after 1927; Court Street, MH; Built 2 cottages; 38
Abraham, Brenda Lewis; 1989; 50 Cross Street, MH; Address; 4
Abraham, Mr.; ; ; Married Brenda Lewis; 4
Abraham, Mr. and Mrs.; ; 40 Ford Street, MH; Residence; sold home-made sweets; had parrot; 32
Abraham, Ron; ; ; Postman; 40
Ackland, B. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Adam, E.J.; 1926; New Street, MH; Building burned down; 33
Adams, Gina; 1994; Stacombe Farm, Doccombe, MH; Address; 126
Adams, Leslie; 1994; Stacombe Farm, Doccombe, MH; Address; 126
Addison, Chris; 1928; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor; 41
Addy, J.E. (Mr.); 1980-1987; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Aggett, Annie; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery shop; 17 (incl photo)
Aggett, Bill; ; Pound Street, MH; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" at Pound Street Boys' School; 65 (photo)
Aggett, Brian; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Aggett, Charlie; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Aggett, Daniel; late 19th century; ; Farmer; 59
Aggett, E.M. (Mrs.); 1989; 6 Bidder Close, MH; Address; 4
Aggett, Ernest; late 19th century; ; Mason; 59
Aggett, Ernest; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Aggett, F. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Aggett, F.W.G. (Mr.); 1989; 4 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 4
Aggett, Frank; 1930; ; Carnival collector; 95 (photo)
Aggett, Frank; ; Pound Street, MH; Owned shop; 34
Aggett, Fred; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Aggett, Fred; 1989; 38 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Aggett, Fred; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Aggett, G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Aggett, G.W.H. (Mr.); 1989; 40 Cromwell's Way, Bovey Tracey; Address; 4
Aggett, George; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Blacksmith; 74
Aggett, Jim; late 19th century; ; Farmer; 59
Aggett, John; late 19th century; ; Groomsman; 59
Aggett, Keith; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Aggett, Michael; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Aggett, Millie; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Aggett, Moses; late 19th century; ; Farmer; 59
Aggett, Peter J.; 1989; 91 Beaconsfield Place, Aberdeen; Address; 4
Aggett, R. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Aggett, Raymond; before 1989; Fordlands, MH; Address; 4
Aggett, Raymond; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Aggett, Raymond; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Aggett, Raymond; 1989; Owermoigne, Dorset; Address; 4
Aggett, Reg; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Aggett, Richard "Dickie"; late 19th century; ; Farmer; 59
Aggett, Ron; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Aggett, S.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in one of three weavers' cottages; 15
Aggett, S. (Mr.); 1942; 3 The Fordlands, MH; Home set on fire by German machine-gun attack; 121
Aggett, Samuel; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Stone mason; 59, 74
Aggett, Shirley; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Aggett, Sidney; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Aggett, W.H. (Mr.); 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Allams, A.J.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Allhusen, Charles; 1989; Sutton Mead, Chagford Cross, MH; Address; 4
Allhusen, Edward; 1989; Sutton Mead, Chagford Cross, MH; Address; 4
Allhusen, Miranda; 1989; Sutton Mead, Chagford Cross, MH; Address; 4
Allhusen, Rupert; 1989; Sutton Mead, Chagford Cross, MH; Address; 4
Amers, F. (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Amery, Mrs.; ; ; School Manager; 22
Amery, R. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Announcer at Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Amery, Richard "Farmer Dick"; ; ; Worked in the N.F.U.; 21-22
Amery, Richard "Farmer Dick"; ; 32 Cross Street (Mearsdon Manor), MH; Residence ; 21
Amery, Richard "Farmer Dick"; ; ; Parish and Rural District Councillor; 22
Amery, W.R.; 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Amery, W.R. (Mr.); 1946; ; Chairman, Parish Council; 124
Andrews, Fred; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Anthony, Fred; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Anthony, Fred; ; ; Postman; 40
Anthony, William; 1912; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Archer, A.P.; 1989; 40 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Archer, F.G.; 1989; 40 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Archer, G. (Mr.); 1989; 12 Bron Eryn, Rhosgadfan, Caernarfon, Gwynedd; Address; 4
Archer, R. (Mr.); 1989; 2 Craven Cottages, Church Road, Mannings Heath, Nr Horsham, West Sussex; Address; 4
Armstrong, Alan; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Arnold, Doreen Gay; 1989; 32 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Arnold, Mr.; ; ; Married Doreen Gay; 4
Arnold, Peter; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Arnold, Steven; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Ash, William "Snappy"; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Austin, Albert; ; ; Managed Plymouth and South Devon Co-operative Society; 41
Austin, Albert William; 1989; 6 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 4
Austin, Bob (Mr. and Mrs.); 1994; Higher and Lower Helemoor, North Bovey Road, MH; Address; 126
Austin, Edna; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Austin, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Austin, Jack; 1930; ; Carnival collector; 95 (photo)
Avery, Charles; 1989; MH; Address; 4
Avery, Doreen; 1989; MH; Address; 4
Avery, Tim; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Avery, Vicki; ; ; Married Mr. Woosey; 7
Ayers, Bill; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Ayers, W.; ; ; Builder; 74
Ayres, Jim; after 1931; ; Volunteer in maintaining swimming pool; 118
Ayres, Lewis; ; Langhill; Died; 41
Ayres, Mary (Mrs.); 1989; 35 Ford Street, MH; Address; 4
Ayres, Pat; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Badcock, Arminal L.; ; ; Married Mr. Howard; 6
Badcock, F. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Badcock, Fred; ; Back Lane, MH; Rabbit dealer; 76
Badcock, Mary Georgina; ; ; Married Mr. Sanders; 7
Badcock, Mrs.; 1947; ; Eldest at 5-generation family gathering; 59 (incl. photo)
Bailey, Charles; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Bailey, Charles; ; Cross Street, MH; Delivered bread from Stanleick family's bakery; 20
Bailey, Charles; ; ; Father of Mrs. Ivy Yeomans; 58
Bailey, I. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Bailey, Ivy; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Bailey, Ivy (Miss); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Baillie, Gordon (Mrs.); 1940; ; Services Club at Ponsford House; 121
Baillie, Gordon (Mrs.) (JP); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Bains, John (Rev.); 1912; Cross Street, MH; Speaker, opening of Wesleyan Sunday School; 21
Baker, Charlie; ; ; Entertained townsfolk with his monologues; 106
Baker, David; 1989; The Railway Retreat, 6 Fore Street, MH; Address; 4
Baker, Dorothy; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Baker, E.H.; 1989; 19 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Baker, G.A.; 1989; 19 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Baker, Jill; 1989; The Railway Retreat, 6 Fore Street, MH; Address; 4
Balkwill, Harry; 1936; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Ball, A. (Mr.); ; Station Road, MH; Grocery; 43
Ball, L. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Ball, Mrs.; ; Cross Street, MH; Residence; 21
Ball, Mrs.; ; ; Teacher in MH; 21
Ballamy, Edmund; 1900; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Ballamy, Edmund; ; ; Brother of Simon Ballamy, the butcher; 40
Ballamy, Edmund; ; Court Street, MH; Wheelwright; 40
Ballamy, George; 1867; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Ballamy, John; 1835; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Ballamy, Simon; 1845; ; Owned the Golden Lion Inn, at which the stables burned in the great fire; 49
Ballamy, Simon; 1845; ; Wheelwright workshop destroyed by fire; 49
Ballamy, Simon; 1845; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse; 86
Ballamy, Simon; ; Court Street, MH; Butcher - first shop on Court Street; 36
Ballamy, Simon; ; ; Brother of Edmund Ballamy, the wheelwright; 40
Ballamy, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Ballamy, William; ; Court Street, MH; Blacksmith; 40
Banbury, Agnes; ; 7 Station Road, MH; Married Mr. Brooks; 4
Banbury, Agnes; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Banbury, Gladys; 1989; Cross Cottage, Crockernwell, Exeter; Address; 4
Banbury, Janet; 1989; Cross Cottage, Crockernwell, Exeter; Address; 4
Banbury, Jean; 1989; Cross Cottage, Crockernwell, Exeter; Address; 4
Banbury, Julie; 1989; Cross Cottage, Crockernwell, Exeter; Address; 4
Barnes, Elizabeth; 1989; 13 Elm Grove, Teignmouth; Address; 4
Barnes, Graham; 1989; 13 Elm Grove, Teignmouth; Address; 4
Barnes, Jim; 1989; 13 Elm Grove, Teignmouth; Address; 4
Barnes, Joan; 1989; 13 Elm Grove, Teignmouth; Address; 4
Bartlett, N.F. (Mr.); 1989; Wayside, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 4
Bartlett, Tom; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Bates, Chris; 1989; 1 Courtenay Terrace, MH; Address; 4
Bates, Gillian; 1989; 12 Cross Street, MH; Address; 4
Bates, Jenny; 1989; 1 Courtenay Terrace, MH; Address; 4
Bates, Sally; 1989; 12 Cross Street, MH; Address; 4
Batt family; ; 23 Court Street, MH; Residence (known as Battenbury); 38
Battershall, Sonia; 1989; 13 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 4
Beck, Denise Ellen (Miss); 1989; Northridge Farm, MH; Address; 4
Beck, Douglas; 1989; Northridge Farm, MH; Address; 4
Beck, Julie; 1989; Northridge Farm, MH; Address; 4
Becker, Angela; ; ; Married Phil Wilson; 7
Becker, Jeanne; 1994; 47 Parchman Drive, Jackson, TN, USA; Address; 126
Becker, Muriel Miller (Mrs.); 1994; 14 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 126
Becker, Raymond; 1994; 47 Parchman Drive, Jackson, TN, USA; Address; 126
Beckerleg, C.W.; 1989; 29 Westbridge, Tavistock; Address; 4
Beer, C.G. (Mrs.); 1989; 1 Didworthy Cottage, MH; Address; 4
Beer, Fred; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Beer, William; ; Court Street, MH; Apprentice wheelwright to Edmund Ballamy; 40
Bellamy, Fred; ; ; Builder; 74
Bellamy, William; ; Court Street, MH; Blacksmith; 76
Bennett, Arthur; ; Quintatown; Raking and feeding pigs; 73 (photos)
Bennett, John; 1860; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85 (incl. photo of inn in 1890)
Bennett, Peter; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Bennett, W.; 1835; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Bentine, Michael; ; Newcastle; TV programme "Mad About"; 117
Benton, John (Rev.); ; St. Andrews Church, MH; Wrote history of parish church; 11
Berry family; ; 23 Court Street, MH; Residence (known as Battenbury); 38
Bessant, Mr.; ; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Bevan, E.; c1857; Ford Street, MH; Kept private day-school; 62
Bickham, Andrew; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Bermuda; 124
Bickham, Andrew Howard; 1989; 14A Landmark, Whalebay Road, Southampton, Bermuda; Address; 4
Bickham, Jeffery; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Bickham, Jeffery Moist; 1989; Little Brook, Hele Lane, South Petherton, Somerset; Address; 4
Bickle, R. (Mr.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Bidder, George; ; Lime Street, MH; Domonstrated math capabilities; 27
Bidder, George Parker; 1860-1861; ; President, Institute of Civil Engineers; 55
Bidder, George Parker; c1816; Oxford; Handbill from appearance; 54 (photo)
Bidder, George Parker; 1806; New Street, MH; Born; 51, 55
Bidder, George Parker; 1815; Windsor Castle; Appeared before Queen Charlotte; 55
Bidder, George Parker; 1833; Edinburgh; Worked with Robert and George Stephenson; 55
Bidder, George Parker; 1860; ; President, Dvonshire Association; 55
Bidder, George Parker; 1878; Dartmouth; Died; 55
Bidder, George Parker; 1926; New Street, MH; Birthplace burned to ground; 33
Bidder, George Parker; ; ; Assistant to Mr. H.R. Palmer (an engineer); 55
Bidder, George Parker; ; ; Engineer: Electric Telegraph Company, Lowestoft Harbour, Victoria Docks, railway communications.; 55
Bidder, George Parker; ; ; Father was a stonemason; 55
Bidder, George Parker; ; Fore Street, MH; Memorial tablet and bust at Bowring Library; 55
Bidder, H.F. (Lt. Col.); ; ; Presented bust of George Parker Bidder to Parish Council; 55
Bidder, H.F. (Lt. Col.); ; Henley-on-Thames; Resident; grandson of George Parker Bidder; 55
Bidder, M.J. (Miss); 1989; Dove House, 6 Wilberforce Way, Wimbledon, London; Address; 4
Bidder, Mr.; 1845; ; Builder; home destroyed by fire; 49
Bidder, Mr.; 1959; Station Road, MH; Bidder House named after him; 44
Bidder, Mr.; ; ; Mathematical genius; 44
Bidder, Mr.; ; ; Uncle of George Parker Bidder; 49
Billing, A.F. (Mr.); 1989; The Grange Nursing Home, Uphill, Weston-Super-Mare, Avon; Address; 4
Billing, J.C. (Miss); 1989; 31 Romeyn Road, Streatham, London; Address; 4
Bishop of Exeter; 1806; St. Andrews Church, MH; Confirmed 239 men and women; 13
Bishop, G.R.; 1857; Pound Street, MH; Master, Boy's School; 62
Bishop, Susan (Miss); c1857; Cross Street, MH; Kept private boarding school; 62
Black, Jean Valerie Eva; 1989; 173 Hele Road, Torquay; Address; 4
Black, Roy Nicholas Black; 1989; 6 Cadewell Crescent, Shiphay, Torquay; Address; 4
Blackburn, J. (Esq.); 1989; Coombe Court Farm, MH; Address; 4
Blackmore, A.H. (Mr.); 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Blackmore, A.H. (see A.H. Blackmore & Son); ; ; ;
Blackmore, Albert H.C.; 1911; ; Bandmaster of the MH Town Band; 102 (photo)
Blackmore, Bert; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Blackmore, Emma (Miss); 1920; Cross Street, MH; Exhanged shops with Mr. and Mrs. Perkins; 26
Blackmore, Emma (Miss); ; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery shop; 17
Blackmore, R.D.; ; ; Cross Tree immortalized in his novel "Christowell"; 23
Blackmore, Rebecca (Mrs.); ; 42 Court Street, MH; Lived to age 100; 59
Blackmore, Rose Mary; 1989; 40 Court Street, MH; Address; 4
Blair, L. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Blithe, Mr.; ; Launceston; Salesman for Treleaven & Son; stayed at White Horse Inn when in MH area; 82
Bond, W. (Mr.); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Bond, W. Stanley; 1946; Court Street, MH; Resident; father-in-law of John Round Turner; 124
Boon, John; 1857; Lime Street, MH; Died at the Tramps Lodging House; 27
Boon, John; 1857; ; Shoemaker, violinist and composer; 27
Borwn, Muvvy "Mother"; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence; 33
Boundy & Hannaford; ; Cross Street at Station Road, MH; Grocers and general merchants; 20
Bourne, Stanley; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Bow, A.V. ; ; ; Local singer; 106
Bow, A.V. (Mr.); 1930s; Court Street, MH; Started Court Street Garage; 38
Bow, A.V. (Mr.); 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Bow, A.V. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Bow, Molly; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Bowden, Mabel (Miss); ; Pound Street, MH; Residence; 34
Bowden, Victor; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Bowden, William; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Bowring family; from 18th century; Exeter; Involved in wool trade; 55
Bowring, Benjamin; before 1815; Exeter; Watchman; 55
Bowring, Benjamin; 1815; St John's, Newfoundland, Canada; Emigrated; founded trading business; 55
Bowring, Benjamin; ; ; Sons: Charles and Edward; 55
Bowring, Charles; ; ; Son of Benjamin; married Harriet Harvey; 55
Bowring, Edward; 1847; Newfoundland; Father of Thomas Benjamin Bowring; 55
Bowring, Edward; ; Court Street, MH; Residence at Borohaye House; 37
Bowring, Edward; ; Borohaye (now Coppelia House), MH; Residence; 55
Bowring, Edward and family; ; Unitarian Chapel, MH; Buried; 55
Bowring, John; 1792-1872; ; ; 55
Bowring, John; ; ; Attended boarding school in MH; 55
Bowring, John; ; ; Grandson of Margaret Hutchings; 55
Bowring, John; ; ; Scholar; founder of Devonshire Association; 55
Bowring, Lady ; 1902; ; Opened Free Library; 55
Bowring, Thomas (Sir); end, 19th century; Ford Street, MH; Frequent stays at Pitt House; 32
Bowring, Thomas (Sir); 1896; Lime Street, MH; Built Hornhills (home for Unitarian ministers); 27
Bowring, Thomas (Sir); 1902; Lime Street, MH; Built Kinsman's Dale, named for his wife, Annie Kinsman; 27
Bowring, Thomas (Sir); ; Station Road, MH; Bowring Mead named after him; 44
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; 1847-1915; ; ; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; 1847; Newfoundland; Born; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; 1906; ; Magistrate; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; 1913; ; Knighted; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; 1915; London; Died; 56
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; ; ; Built Hornhills, Kinsman's Dale, and many cottages; 55-56 (incl. photo of Kinsman's Dale)
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; ; ; Raised in Moreton; donated prizes, scholarships and the Free Library; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; ; London; Residence; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin; ; ; Unitarian; benefactor of Cross Street Chapel; 55
Bowring, Thomas Benjamin (Sir); 1901; Fore Street, MH; Built Bowring Library and provided books; 18
Boyce, John Hockings; 1893; Cross Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Brackenbury, John; 1969; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Bradbridge, John (of Torquay); 1869; Station Road, MH; Built Courtenay Terrace, a row of 4 houses, on Inner Hele; 43 (incl. photo of buildings)
Brailsford, Ann Crout (Mrs.); 1989; 1 Pevensey Road, Duchy, Salford, Manchester; Address; 4
Brailsford, Mr.; ; ; Married Ann Crout; 4
Brailsford, R.; 1989; 32 Markeaton Street, Derbyshire; Address; 4
Brain, Lady; 1989; The Old Rectory, MH; Address; 4
Branch, R.K.; 1944; Court Street, MH; Wet fish shop; 36
Brealey, Margaret; 1989; 46 Madeira Villas, Exmouth; Address; 4
Brend, Frank; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Brend, Frank; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Bridgeman, Cyril; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Bridgeman, George; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Bridgeman, George; ; Fore Street, MH; Hairdresser; 17
Bridgeman, George; ; ; Postman; 40
Bridle, L.C.; 1989; 32 Court Street, MH; Address; 4
Bridle, Les; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Brimblecombe & Sons; 1958; ; Built pavilion for the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Brimblecombe Bros & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
Brimblecombe Bros & Sons; ; ; Builders and Decorators; 59
Brimblecombe family (of Geneva House); ; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated electric organ blower; 13
Brimblecombe, Allen; 1989; 5 Heathlands Road, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Allen; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Alma; ; ; Photo of her in brother Percy's car; 93 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Alma; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Amy; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Angela; 1989; 2 Clifford Hill Cottage, Drewsteignton, Nr Exeter; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Anthony; 1989; 2 Treverbyn Close, Pengower Road, Liskeard, Cornwall; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Barbara; 1946; ; Fairy Queen attendant; 99 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Bert; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Bert; 1989; ; Son of Charlie Brimblecombe, living in MH; 59
Brimblecombe, Bert; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Betty (Miss); 1989; Melrose, MH; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Charlie; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Clive; 1989; ; Son of Percy Brimblecombe, living in MH; 59
Brimblecombe, Derick M.; 1989; Burnicombe Farm, Bridford, Exeter; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Doreen; ; ; Post office worker; 40 (incl. photo)
Brimblecombe, Edward; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Brimblecombe, Ethel; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Eunice; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Frank; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, G. & Sons (see G. Brimblecombe & Sons); ; ; ;
Brimblecombe, G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Brimblecombe, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Brimblecombe, George; 1989; ; Builder and decorator; two sons; 59
Brimblecombe, George; ; ; Timber merchant ; 59
Brimblecombe, George & Sons (see George Brimblecombe & Sons); ; ; ;
Brimblecombe, Gladys; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, John; 1989; 103 Second Avenue, Farlington, Portsmouth, Hampshire; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Lewis; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Lloyd; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Marianne; ; ; Married Mr. Rixson; 7
Brimblecombe, May; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Mrs.; ; ; Photo of her in son Percy's car; 93 (photo)
Brimblecombe, P. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Percy; ; ; Photo of him in his car; 93 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Percy; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Phyllis; 1989; 54 Moorview, Chudleigh; Address; 4
Brimblecombe, Reg; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Reg; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Rowland; 1989; ; Son of Bert Brimblecombe, living in MH; 59
Brimblecombe, Russell; 1947; ; National Farmers' Union outing; 112 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Russell; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Brimblecombe, Russell; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Terry; 1989; ; Son of Bert Brimblecombe, living in MH; 59
Brimblecombe, Trevor; 1989; ; Son of Bert Brimblecombe, living in MH; 59
Brimblecombe, Violet; ; ; ; 59
Brimblecombe, Winston; ; ; ; 59
Brimpts Farm; 1989; Dartmeet, Princetown, Nr. Yelverton; ; 4
Brinkworth, Fiona; 1989; 1 Tower Park, MH; Address; 4
Brinkworth, Henry; 1989; 1 Tower Park, MH; Address; 4
Brock, A. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Brock, E. (Mrs.); after 1931; ; Volunteer in maintaining swimming pool; 118
Brock, Leslie; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Brock, Michael; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Brock, Miss; 1912; Cross Street, MH; Opened Wesleyan Sunday School; 21 (incl. photo)
Brock, Rodney; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Brock, V.J.; 1989; Eastlyn, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 4
Brockett, A.C. (Rev.) (of Bovey Tracey); ; Station Road, MH; Conducted last Congregational services; 43
Brockway, Claire; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Brook, Fred; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Brook, G.P. (Mr.); 1907; ; Owned the coach "Queen of the Moor"; 91
Brook, George; 1907; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Brook, Mary; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Brook, Mary; ; ; Married Mr. Ellis; 5
Brooks, Agnes Banbury; 1989; 7 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Brooks, Charles; ; Station Road, MH; Baker's shop; 42
Brooks, Charles; ; ; Son of Thomas Brooks; 42
Brooks, Jacqueline; 1989; 7 Station Road, MH; Address; 4
Brooks, Mr.; ; ; Married Agnes Banbury; 4
Brooks, Pauline; ; ; Married Mr. Payne; 6
Brooks, R.C. (Mr.); 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Brooks, Thomas; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; baker; 19 (photo)
Brooks, Thomas; 1888; Station Road, MH; Baker's shop; 42
Brooks, Thomas; ; ; Father of Charles Brooks; 42
Brooks, Thomas & Son; ; Station Road, MH; Hired out taxis; 92
Brooks, Vera; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Brown, Amy; 1946; ; Carnival Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Brown, Ann (Mrs.); 1813; ; Born; 58
Brown, Ann (Mrs.); 1913; Lime Street, MH; Celebrated 100th birthday with a street tea; 58-59 (incl. photos)
Brown, Ann (Mrs.); 1914; ; Died ; 58
Brown, Ann (Mrs.); ; Fore Street, MH; Residence; 58
Brown, Fred; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Brown, Hannah (Miss); 1989; Stray, Pound Street, MH; Address; 4
Brown, John; ; ; Postman; 40
Brown, M. ( Mrs.); 1989; Green Farm, Littleham, Nr. Exmouth; Address; 4
Brown, Mrs.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Browning, Avril (Mrs.); 1989; 16 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 4
Browning, Charlie; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Browning, Christopher; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Browning, David; 1989; Rocklea, MH; Address; 4
Browning, David; ; ; Volunteer in developing town playing fields ; 116
Browning, Elias; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Browning, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Browning, June; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Browning, Lavinia; 1936; 23 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Browning, Mr.; 1912; Court Street, MH; Formed Boy Scout troop headquartered at rifle range; 67
Browning, Sidney; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Browning, Sidney; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Browning, William; 1936; 23 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Bruce, Mr. and Mrs.; 1989; Station Road, MH; Owned Hayne (house); 44
Bucklow, Alexander; 1897-1907; Station Road, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Bulleid, R.J. (J.P.); 1942; Torquay; Mayor; Chair, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Burnett, Aubrey; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Burnett, Aubrey; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Burrell, T.G.; 1947; Court Street, MH; Wet fish shop; 36
Burrow, K.J.; 1989; Bucks Cross; Address; 4
Burwash, A.C. (Mr.); 1949; Court Street, MH; Owned Court Street Garage with A.W. (Tony) Kirby; 38
Butler, Anna; 1989; Little Neadon, Manaton; Address; 4
Butler, Simon; 1989; Little Neadon, Manaton; Address; 4
Callard, Mr.; ; ; Operated bakery as part of Co-op; 41
Camfield, B.J. (Rev.); ; Cross Chapel, MH; Non-resident minister (from Plymouth); 22
Candler, A.L. (Mr.); 1950; ; Chairman, Devon & Cornwall Regional Hospital Committee; 38
Candler, A.L. (Mr.); 1950; Court Street, MH; Presided, opening of refurbished Convalescent Home; 38
Canham, A.; 1989; 6 Fordlands, MH; Address; 4
Canham, Arthur; ; ; Volunteer in developing town playing fields ; 116
Cann & Moore Builders; ; Alley-way next to Ford Street, MH; ; 32
Cann, A.G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Cann, Abraham; ; ; Champion wrestler; 113
Cann, Clarence; 1989; 72 Old Exeter Street, Chudleigh; Address; 4
Cann, Doreen; 1989; 72 Old Exeter Street, Chudleigh; Address; 4
Cann, Ian Geoffrey; 1989; 4 Carglaze, Prospect, Okehampton; Address; 4
Cann, Jack; ; Alley-way off of Ford Street, MH; Cottages and workshop; 32
Cann, Jack; ; Ford Street, MH; Builder; 74
Cann, Mary; ; Ford Street, MH; Dairy; 30
Cann, Mr.; 1945; 22 Ford Street, MH; Home used to form floral archway to celebrate JJ Day; 124
Cann, Mrs.; ; Ford Street, MH; Dairy; 77
Cann, Samuel; 1835-1860; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Cann, Samuel; 1798; ; Landlord, Red Lion; 87
Cann, Thirza; ; Ford Street, MH; Dairy; 30
Canning, Daniel Thomas; 1925; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Canning, Eddie; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Canning, Eddie; 1930; ; Carnival collector; 95 (photo)
Canning, Tom; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Cannon, D.E.; 1989; Steward Mill, MH; Address; 4
Cannon, W.A.; 1989; Steward Mill, MH; Address; 4
Carr, Albert ; 1936; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Carr, Doris; 1936; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Carr, Hilary Sanders; 1989; Steward Mill, MH; Address; 4
Carr, Mr.; 1919; Cross Street, MH; Co-owner, the Golden Lion; 86
Carr, Mr.; 1919; Exeter; ; 86
Carr, Mr.; ; ; Married Hilary Sanders; 4
Carroll, B.J. (Mrs.); 1989; 10 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 4
Case, A.C.; 1989; 14 Fore Street, MH; Address; 4
Case, P.M.; 1989; 14 Fore Street, MH; Address; 4
Caunter, James; 1882; Pound Street, MH; Tenant of Henry Searle; 59
Chapman, Barbara; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Chapman, David; 1989; Barnefield; Address; 4
Chapman, Doris; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Chapman, S.C. (M. Inst. C.E.); 1942; Torquay; Water engineer, Fernworthy Reservoir; 76 (photo of plaque)
Chapman, Sheila; 1989; Barnefield; Address; 4
Chapman, Walter Herbert; 1919; Cross Street, MH; Purchased Alexandra House; 20
Chapman, Walter Herbert; 1926; Cross Street, MH; Sold Alexandra House to Messrs Neck & Sons; 20
Chappell, Hilary Ponsford; 1989; 284 Hempstead Road, Watford, Herts; Address; 4
Chard, W.J.H. (and son); 1957; Ford Street, MH; Shop; 30
Charles, Hedley; 1978-1988; George Street, MH; Stationers, confectioners, tobacconist and toy shop; 42
Chase, Beatrice (Miss); 1945; ; Wrote tribute on death of William Frederick Sanders; 57
Chase, Mr.; ; Pound Street, MH; Assistant teacher at Pound Street School; organized Fife & Drum Band; 63, 65
Cherrington, Leslie (Mr. and Mrs.); 1959-1985; Court Street, MH; Newagents and confectioner's shop; 36
Cherrington, Margaret Doreen; 1989; Sutton Orchard, MH; Address; 4
Chris's Pantry; 1986; 5 Court Street, MH; ; 36
Chudleigh, Miss; ; Pound Street, MH; Wedding photo taken outside Tower Park; 36 (photo)
Chudleigh, Reg; 1914; ; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; often organized outings ; 110 (photo)
Chudleigh, Reg; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Chudleigh, Reginald T.; 1912; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Chudleigh, Rene; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Chudley, Amanda; 1989; 5 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Arthur; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Chudley, Arthur; ; ; Postman; 40
Chudley, Arthur (Mr. and Mrs.); ; Fore Street, MH; Live-in caretakers, Bowring Library; 18
Chudley, Betty; 1989; 14 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Clifford Brian; 1989; St. Marys Steps, Lime Street, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Daisy; ; ; Daughter of Joseph Thomas Chudley; 41
Chudley, Daisy; ; Court Street, MH; Owned sweet shop; 41
Chudley, Daisy; ; New Street, MH; Waitress at White Horse Hotel for 14+ years; 83
Chudley, Daisy May; ; ; Married Reg Yeomans (his 2nd wife); 58
Chudley, F. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Chudley, Fiona; 1989; 20 Fordlands, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Joe; ; Brinning Road and Pound Street, MH; Barn used for taxi; 35
Chudley, Joseph; ; Court Street, MH; Hired out taxis; 92
Chudley, Joseph Thomas; ; ; Father of Wilfred and Daisy; 41
Chudley, Joseph Thomas; ; Court Street, MH; Ironmonger and bicycle specialist; 41
Chudley, Lynda; 1989; 5 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Mary; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Chudley, O.J.; 1989; Great Doccombe Farm, Doccombe, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Owen; ; Howton Farm, MH; Working on farm; 73 (photos)
Chudley, Paul; 1989; 20 Fordlands, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Philip; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Holland; 124
Chudley, Sam; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Chudley, Sam; 1989; Sweekey Moor, North Bovey; Address; 4
Chudley, Wilf; 1945; ; Portrayed Churchill in VE Day parade; 123 (incl photo)
Chudley, Wilf; 1989; 14 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 4
Chudley, Wilf; ; Court Street, MH; Worked at bus depot, Devon General Bus Company; 38
Chudley, Wilfred; ; Court Street, MH; Bicycle expert; 41
Chudley, Wilfred; ; ; Son of Joseph Thomas Chudley; 41
Chudley, Yvonne Norrish; 1989; Sweekey Moor, North Bovey; Address; 4
Churchus, Mrs.; ; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Churchward, Mr.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; cheeseman; 19 (photo)
Clack family; 1808-c1901; ; Rectors, St. Andrews; 28
Clack, W. Charles (Rev.); 1816; Frenchie Court, MH; Helped victims of fire; 48
Clack, William Courtenay; 1867; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Restricted use of field; 14
Clampitt, F. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Clampitt, Fred; ; New Street, MH; Managed MH Co-operative Society; 41
Clampitt, Frederick; ; ; Parish and Rural District Councils; 34
Clampitt, Frederick; ; New Street, MH; Residence at Great House; 34
Clapp, G. (Mr.); 1989; 21 Cross Street, MH; Address; 4
Clapp, George; 1946; ; Prisoner of war, returned home; 124
Clark, Herbert; 1989; The Old Black Kettle, Ford Street, MH; Address; 4
Clark, Jean; 1989; Fayrevue, 1 Manor Road, Church Warsop, Mansfield, Notts; Address; 4
Clark, Marie; 1989; The Old Black Kettle, Ford Street, MH; Address; 4
Clark, N.E. (Mr.); 1989; Hillside, South Zeal, Okehampton; Address; 4
Clark, Norris; 1989; Fayrevue, 1 Manor Road, Church Warsop, Mansfield, Notts; Address; 4
Clark, Patirica (Mrs.); 1989; 15 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 4
Clarke, A. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Clarke, E. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Clarke, H. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1963; Ford Street, MH; Converted Eads shop to "The Brass Kettle", an antique shop.; 33 (incl. photo)
Clarke, Molly; 1989; c/o The Old Malt Cottage, Higher Lympstone, Exmouth; Mailing address; 4
Claxton, Mrs.; 1944; ; Attended Home Guard Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Cleave, Alan; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Bermuda; 124
Cleave, David; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Cleave, George; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Cleave, Jack; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Cleave, Jack; ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton; Mason; 74
Cleave, Richard; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Cleave, Richard J. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 97 Cowick Hill, Exeter; Address; 4
Cleave, Thomas George; 1989; 22 Queens Road, MH; Address; 4
Coaker, Clifford; ; Ford Street, MH; Operator of Rex Cinema; 31
Cole, Doris; after WWII; ; Married Mr. Sample; 124
Cole, Frank; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Coleman, John; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Blacksmith; 74
Coleridge, A.D. (Rev.); 1956; Court Street, MH; Founding of Over 60s Club; 37
Coleridge, Alfred (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Coleridge, Anthony (Rev.); 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Coleridge, Dr.; 1918; ; Owned Cross Street House and a car; 47, 91
Coleridge, M. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Coles, Frank; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Coles, Olive (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Coles, Winnie; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Colin, Judith; 1994; 3 Steward Cottages, MH; Address; 126
Collacott, Charlotte (Lottie) (Mrs.); ; Cross Street, MH; Managed MH Co-operative Society; 20
Collacott, Charlotte (Lottie) (Mrs.); ; Cross Street, MH; Managed millenery shop in Co-op; 41
Collacott, Elsie; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Collacott, Jack; 1945; Court Street, MH; Lead Floral Dance to celebrate VE Day; 123 (photo)
Collacott, Jack; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Collacott, Lottie; 1945; Court Street, MH; Lead Floral Dance to celebrate VE Day; 123 (photo)
Collacott, Mrs.; 1944; ; Attended Home Guard Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Collier, P. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 9 Cross Street, MH; Address; 4
Collins, Billy; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Collins, Jeanette Ann; 1989; 29 Julian Road, Sneyd Park, Bristol; Address; 4
Collins, Jenny; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Collyns, George Nelson (Dr.); 1857-1897; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Collyns, George Nelson (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Provided dinner on Great Market days for patients; 25
Colman, Ronald; ; Court Street, MH; Managed furniture and soft furnishings business; 41
Colquhoun, Rosemary (Mrs.); 1989; 4 Jubilee Cottages, MH; Address; 4
Colridge, A., (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Colridge, George; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Colridge, H.M. (Mrs.); 1960; ; Scorer for MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Colridge, Harry; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Colridge, Harry; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Colridge, John; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; Bell Inn; 19 (photo)
Colridge, John; 1835; Between Greenhill and Cross Street, MH; Landlord, King's Arms; 87
Colridge, John; 1851; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Colridge, L. (Mr.); 1935 ; The Sentry, MH; Hon. Secretary, Clerk of Course and Competitor's Stewards, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Colridge, Len; ; ; Entertained townsfolk with comedy routines and songs; 106
Colridge, Leonard; 1960; ; Umpire for the MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Colridge, Leonard; ; Alley-way off Court Street, MH; Undertaker workshop and Chapel of Rest; 38
Colridge, Mrs.; ; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Colwill, C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Colwill, Clarence; 1989; 3 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 4
Colwill, Clarence; ; ; Married Margaret Waldon; 40
Colwill, Clarence; ; ; Painter and decorator; 40
Colwill, Clarence (Mrs.) (see Miss Margaret Waldon); ; ; ;
Colwill, Joan; ; Court Street, MH; Managed furniture and soft furnishings business; 41
Colwill, Leslie; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Colwill, Margaret; 1989; 3 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 4
Colwill, S.J. & Son (see S.J. Colwill & Son; ; ; ;
Connabeer, J. (Mr.); 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Constantine, E. (Mrs.); 1994; Hayne Old Manor, MH; Address; 126
Cook, A. (Mr.); 1989; Plymouth; Address; 4
Cook, A. (Mr.); ; Chagford Church; Married Miss C. Vacey; 4
Cook, C. (Mrs.); 1989; Plymouth; Address; 4
Cook, D. (Dr.); 1968; ; Devon chief education officer; 67
Coombes, Colin; 1994; Higher Elsford, Bovey Tracey; Address; 126
Coombes, J. (Mrs.); 1989; 15 Mary Street, Bovey Tracey; Address; 4
Coombes, Wendy; 1994; Higher Elsford, Bovey Tracey; Address; 126
Cooper, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Cornish, Edna (Mrs.); 1989; 4 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 4
Cornish, G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Cornish, George; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Corser, Christina; 1989; Burrian, Isle of Sanday, Orkney; Address; 4
Corser, Richard; 1989; Burrian, Isle of Sanday, Orkney; Address; 4
Cottle family; 1989; Smallridge Farm, MH; Address; 4
Cottle, John; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Cotton, J.S. (Mr.); 1989; 15 Back Lane, Cerne Abbas, Dorset; Address; 5
Court, A.H. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Radnor Lodge, Gratton Lane, Yelverton; Address; 5
Courtenay, Lord; 1827; Fore Street, MH; Built Butter Market; 18
Courtenay, Philip (Sir); c1310; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Mearsdon Manor; 21
Courtenay, Robert; c1329; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Mearsdon Manor; 21
Courtier, John; 1833; ; Inherited Wray Barton, Hayne, and Great Sloncombe; 44-45
Courtier, John; 1833; Station Road, MH; Inherited Hayne (house); 44
Courtier, John; 1834; Station Road, MH; Demolished and rebuilt Hayne ; 44
Courtier, John; 1835; Station Road, MH; Sold Hayne to John Newcombe Stevens; 44
Courtier, John; 1846; ; Rebuilt Wray Barton; 45
Courtier, John; 1862; ; Sold Wray Barton to Robert Crump, Esq.; 45
Courtier, Mr.; ; Station Road, MH; Boot repairer; 42
Cousins, Charlie; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Cowling, N.R. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Easdon Cottage, Long Lane, Manaton; Address; 5
Cox, Gary; 1989; 11 Queens Road, MH; Address; 5
Cox, Joan E.M.; 1989; 1 Meadowside, Hanging Langford, Nr Salisbury, Wilts; Address; 5
Cox, Joe; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Cox, John; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Cox, Matthew Stephen; 1889-1923; Pound Street, MH; Headmaster, Pound Street School; 63
Crabb family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Crabb, Albert; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Crabb, Gordon; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Crabb, Leonard; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Crabb, Leonard; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Crabb, Sidney Gordon; 1989; Lower Headborough Farm, Ashburton; Address; 5
Crabb, Terry; 1989; 175 Blind Lane, Flackwell Heath, Bucks; Address; 5
Craig, J. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1994; 47 Ford Street, MH; Address; 126
Cramer, F.B.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Creese, Don; 1989; 36 Station Road, MH; Address; 5
Creese, May; 1989; 36 Station Road, MH; Address; 5
Crewdson, C.C.; 1989; 3 Jubilee Cottages, MH; Address; 5
Crispin, John; 1989; Court House, Court Street, MH; Address; 5
Crispin, Margaret; 1989; Court House, Court Street, MH; Address; 5
Crook, W. (Mr.); 1973; Cross Street, MH; Took over Fish and Chips Shop; 25
Croot, Samuel; ; Ford Street, MH; Bakery; 32
Croote, Eliza; 1831; ; Married Henry Searle; 59
Croote, Eliza ; ; ; Daughter of John Croote; 59
Croote, John; early 1800s; ; Father of Eliza; carpenter; 59-60
Croote, Samuel; 1841; Ford Street, MH; Baker's shop; 60
Cross, F.G.; 1989; 11 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 5
Cross, Marianne; 1989; Gate House, Lustleigh; Address; 5
Crout, Alec; 1989; Court Street, MH; Residence in residential home; 60
Crout, Ann; ; ; Married Mr. Brailsford; 4
Crout, Beatrice; ; ; ; 60
Crout, Bert; ; ; Son of Herbert and Eliza Crout; 60
Crout, Bill; ; ; Son of Herbert and Eliza Crout; 60
Crout, Bill; ; ; Son of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Brian; 1994; 33 Twickenham Road, Newton Abbot; Address; 126
Crout, Edward "Ned"; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Crout, Edwin; ; ; Son of Herbert and Eliza Crout; Children: Alec, Cyril, Doris and Eileen; 60
Crout, Edwin "Ned"; early 1900s; ; Prominent in town; 60
Crout, Eileen; ; ; Married Mr. Howe; 6
Crout, Eileen; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
Crout, Eliza; ; ; 2 daughters (Beatrice and Mary), 4 sons (George, Bert, Bill, and Ted), at least 3 others lost in childhood. ; 60
Crout, Ethel; 1946; ; Carnival collector; 96 (photo)
Crout, Ethel; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Frances; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, George; WWI; ; Died; 60
Crout, Henry; ; ; Son of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Herbert; early 1900s; ; Prominent in town; 60
Crout, Herbert; ; ; 2 daughters (Beatrice and Mary), 4 sons (George, Bert, Bill, and Ted), at least 3 others lost in childhood. ; 60
Crout, Jean; ; ; Married Mr. Dickin; 5
Crout, John; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Wales; 124
Crout, John; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Crout, John; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Crout, John; 1989; 46 Cardonnel Road, Skewen, Neath, Glamorgan; Address; 5
Crout, John; ; ; Son of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Langford; early 1900s; ; Prominent in town; 60
Crout, Langford; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Crout, Langford; ; ; 12 children: May, Mary, Nora, Frances, Ethel, Lily, Rose, Phyllis, John, Henry, Ron and Bill; 60
Crout, Lily; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Crout, Lily; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Marguerite; ; ; Married Mr. Curley; 5
Crout, Mary; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Mary; ; ; ; 60
Crout, May; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Nora; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Norah; 1935; ; Carnival Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Crout, Phyllis; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Ron; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Crout, Ron; ; ; Son of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Ronald; 1989; 19 Cheltenham Grove, Silverdale, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffs; Address; 5
Crout, Rose; ; ; Daughter of Langford Crout; 60
Crout, Ted; ; ; Son of Herbert and Eliza Crout; 60
Crump, Frank; ; ; Coachman; 91
Crump, Mrs.; ; 6 Ford Street, MH; Tea room, tea garden; 33
Crump, Mrs.; ; Court Street, MH; Shopowner; 41
Crump, Robert (Esq.); 1862; ; Purchased Wray Barton; 45
Cruse, H.J.T.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Cullen, P.A.S. (Mrs.); 1989; Courthay, MH; Address; 5
Cuming family; 1894; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated tenor bell in memory of Elias and Betsy Cuming; 11
Cuming, Bert; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Cuming, Betsy; 1894; St. Andrews Church, MH; Tenor bell donated in her memory; 11
Cuming, E.J. (Mr.); 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Cuming, Elias; 1894; St. Andrews Church, MH; Tenor bell donated in his memory; 11
Cuming, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Cuming, Jack; 1947; ; National Farmers' Union outing; 112 (photo)
Cuming, Joe; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Cuming, John Cuming (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Wooston Farm, MH; Address; 5
Curley, Marguerite (Mrs.); 1989; Tyroes, Chase Lane, Kenilworth, Warwick; Address; 5
Curley, Mr.; ; ; Married Marguerite Crout; 5
Curnow, Alfred; ; Lime Street, MH; Boat and shoe repairer; 27
Currey, L.E. (F.F.A.S.); 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Vice Chair, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Curtice, M.A.J.; 1989; Spenicott, Pound Street, MH; Address; 5
Curtis, Mr.; ; Ford Street, MH; Owned Rex Cinema with Donald Howell; 31 (with photo of crowd at cinema)
Curtis, Mr.; ; Chagford; Owned Rex Cinema; 31
Dale, W.B.; 1935; The Sentry, MH; Recorder, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Dale, W.B. (Mr.); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Daniels, K. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Broomcroft, Doccombe, MH; Address; 5
Darnes, R. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; The Dancing Tree, 8 Cross Street, MH; Address; 5
* Dart, Charlie; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
* Dart, Leonard; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Dathan, J.B. (Dr.); ; Rocklea, MH; Doctor; 25
Dathan, Mrs.; 1989; Cadle, MH; Address; 5
Davey, M.; 1926; New Street, MH; Building burned down; 33
Davie, Geoffrey Boucher (RNVR); 1941; (on active duty); Died; 13
Davie, Geoffrey Boucher (RNVR); 1954; St. Andrews Church, MH; Oak gates donated in his memory; 13
Davie, Margaret; 1989; The Malsters House, 14 Court Street, MH; Address; 5
Davie, Mervyn; 1951; ; Died; 13
Davie, Mervyn; 1954; St. Andrews Church, MH; Oak gates given in his memory; 13
Davie, Mervyn (Mr.); c1938; Cross Street, MH; Almshouses purchased and renovation begun; 23
Davie, Mervyn (Mrs.); 1954; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated oak gates in memory of husband and son; 13
Davie, Mervyn B. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1936; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Davie, Richard; 1989; The Malsters House, 14 Court Street, MH; Address; 5
Davis, Cecil; 1946; ; Carnival collector; 96 (photo)
Davis, Cecil; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Davis, David; 1989; 23 Cross Street, MH; Address; 5
Davis, Henry Charles; 1907; Forder Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Davis, Sylvia; 1989; 23 Cross Street, MH; Address; 5
Davy, Audrey (Mrs.); 1989; 66 Warwick Way, London; Address; 5
Davy, E. (Mrs.); 1926; New Street, MH; Shop destroyed by fire; 51
Davy, E.A. (Miss); 1989; Greenacres Nursing Home, Chagford; Address; 5
Davy, Mrs.; 1926; New Street, MH; Stationer's shop burnt down; 17
Davy, Mrs. ; after 1926; Fore Street, MH; Stationer's shop; 17
Davy, N. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Davy, Nora; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Daw, Bill; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Daw, Jasper; ; Ford Street, MH; Bakery; 32
Daw, Stuart; 1959; ; Died; 32
Daw, Stuart; ; Ford Street, MH; Bakery; 32
Dawkins, C.E.; 1947; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor with D.G. Warren; 41
Day, J. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Newlands, North Bovey Road, MH; Address; 5
Dayment, John; 1845; Back Lane, MH; Bakehouse destroyed by fire, setting off worst fire in town history; 49
de Tracy, William; say 1170; Doccombe, MH; Knight who owned the hamlet; 45
de Tracy, William; 1170; Canterbury Cathedral; Involved in murder of Thomas à Becket; 45
Deakin, Gordon; 1976; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Dempster, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Ford Street, MH; Fancy good and toys shop; 30
Densham-Booth, Lt. Col. and Mrs.; 1989; Thorn Park, MH; Address; 5
Derges, Gladys Nora; 1989; 1 Heath Close, Heathfield, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
Devon, Earl of; 1840; Pound Street, MH; Donated old store to establish a National Boys' School; 62
Devon, Earl of; 1856; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated old oak screen to Whitchurch near Tavistock; 11
Devon, Earl of; 1866; ; Opening of railroad in town; 100
Devon, Earl of; 1867; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Resolved dispute over use of field; 14
Devon, Earl of; 1869; Station Road, MH; Owned Inner Hele, land on which Courtenay Terrace was built; 43
Devon, Earl of; 1876; Pound Street, MH; Granted 99-year lease to School Board for school; 63
Devon, Earl of; ; ; Gave old rectory (built c1600) for use of St. Andrews' rectors; 28
Devon, Earl of ; 1806; Cross Street, MH; Presented new sign for the London Inn & Tavern; 87
Dewey, Colonel T. C. (JP); ; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated pulpit; 12
Dewey, Stanley (Rev. Sir); 1900; ; Member, MH Volunteers; 119 (photo)
Dewey, Stanley (Sir); 1901; ; Rector of St. Andrews; 28
Dewey, Stanley (Sir); ; ; Among first in town to own a car; 91
Dewey, Stanley Dawes (Rector); 1907; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Erected barbed-wire fence; 14
Dibble, James; 1813; ; Landlord, Red Lion; in July sold belongings and left MH; 87
Dicker, Mirian (Mrs.); 1989; 14 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 5
Dicker, Norman; 1961; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 37
Dickin, Jean Crout (Mrs.); 1989; 68 Harmsworth Street, Salford, Manchester; Address; 5
Dickin, Mr.; ; ; Married Jean Crout; 5
Dimmock, H. (Mr.); 1912; ; Helped with Boy Scout troop; 67
Dingley Pearse & Co.; 1926; New Street, MH; Premises destroyed by fire; 51, 53
Dingley, Pearse, White and Dingley; 1860; Okehampton; Bank founded; 41
Dixey, Bob; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
Dixey, J.M. (Mrs.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Dixey, M.B.D. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Dodd, Alfred; 1930s; Ford Street, MH; ; 30 (photo)
Dodd, Alfred; ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton; Mason; 74
Dodd, Bert; ; The Square, MH; At Ted Rhill's butcher shop; 53 (photo)
Dodd, Cecil; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Dodd, Cecil; 1989; 34 Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Dodd, Cecil; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Dodd, Cecil; ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton; Mason (working for the Eastons); 74
Dodd, Dorothy; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Dodd, Florrie; 1989; 34 Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Dodd, Leslie; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Dodd, Michael; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Dodd, Winnie; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Dodds, John; 1989; Ballbrake Cottage, MH; Address; 7
Doidge, John; 1989; Myrtle Cottage, Pound Street, MH; Address; 5
Doidge, Myrtle; 1989; Myrtle Cottage, Pound Street, MH; Address; 5
Dolbear, John; ; Ford Street, MH; Blacksmith; 76
Dolbear, Leonard; 1994; Flat 11, St. Edith's, Dial Hill Road, Clevedon, Avon; Address; 126
Dolbear, Lilian (Miss); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Dolbear, Samuel; ; Ford Street, MH; Blacksmith; 76
Dolbeare, Dinah; ; Doccombe, MH; Landlord, Gregory Arms; 86 (photo of premises), 87
Dommett, John Cole; before 1944; Court Street, MH; Owned the butcher shop after Simon Ballamy. ; 36
Doney, Herbert; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Doney, Herbert; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Blacksmith; 74
Doney, Mavis; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Doney, Myrtle; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Doreen, Gay; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
Dorward, D.G.; 1943-1944; ; Postmaster; 40
Douglas, Keith; 1989; Ponderosa, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Down, E.F. (Mrs.); 1920; 1 and 2 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Sold property; 43
Down, E.F. (Mrs.); ; ; Mother of W. Aubrey Down; 43
Down, Mr.; 1870-1889; Pound Street, MH; First headmaster at Pound Street School; 63
Down, Richard Henry; before 1901; Cross Street, MH; Shopkeeper at Alexandra House; 20
Down, Richard Henry; 1901; ; Died; 20
Down, Rita; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Down, T.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in one of three weavers' cottages; 15
Down, Tom; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Down, Tom; ; Station Road, MH; Manager, corn and grain store; 43
Down, W. Aubrey; 1920; 1 and 2 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Sold property; 43
Down, W. Aubrey; ; ; Son of Mrs. E.F. Down; 43
Dray, George; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Drew, Johana; 1638; Cross Street, MH; First person to die at Almshouse; 22
Drodge, Margery; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Drodge, Rose; 1989; 9 River Valley Road, Chudleigh; Address; 5
Duff, Dorothea (Mrs.); ; ; Cotton firm of Reynolds & Peyton; 44
Duff, Dorothea (Mrs.); ; ; Daughter of Mrs. Renolds Peyton; 44
Duff, Dorothea (Mrs.); ; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Durston, Ted; Before WWI; ; Road worker; 75
Dyer, Tom; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Dymond (See Lavers and Dymond); ; ; ;
Dymond, A. (Mr.); 1989; 12 Ravenhill Avenue, Bristol; Address; 5
Dymond, B. (Miss); 1989; 71 Abbotsbury Road, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
Dymond, Bessie; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Dymond, Harold; 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Dymond, Harold; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Dymond, Miss; ; ; Married Mr. Masters; 6
Dymond, Mr.; before 1919; ; Town crier, paid 2d. for each call; 28, 30
Dymond, Mr.; ; Ford Street, MH; Saddler and ironmonger, shop of Lavers & Dymond; 28, 29 (photo of shop)
Eads, John; 1949; Ford Street, MH; Converted Holder's shop into larger café (with father); 33
Eads, Mr.; 1949; Ford Street, MH; Converted Holder's shop into larger café (with son John); 33
East, "Boss" (see East, Frank); ; ; ;
East, Frank; 1974; Court Street, MH; Sold Court House to A.W. and J. Gale; 38
East, Frank; ; Court Street, MH; Foreman at saw mill ; 38
East, Frank; ; Court Street, MH; Residence (Court House); 38
East, Frank; ; ; Steward to Lord Hambleden; 38
Eastabrook, Joseph; 1851; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Easton family; ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton; Employed Cecil Dodd ; 74
Easton family; ; Blackingstone, MH; Owned and quarried granite ; 74
Edgecombe, Kathleen; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Edgecombe, Nigel; ; Pound Street, MH; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" at Pound Street Boys' School; 65 (photo)
Edgecombe, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Edwards, F.J.; ; Fore Street, MH; Watchmaker, jewelry; 26
Edwards, F.J.; ; Station Road, MH; Watchmaker, jewelry; 26
Edwards, Fred; ; Fore Street, MH; Watchmaker, jewelry; 42
Edwards, Fred; ; Station Road, MH; Watchmaker, jewelry; 42
Edwards, Fred; ; The Square, MH; Watchmaker, jewelry; 42
Edwards, Frederick; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Edwards, Frederick J.; 1918-1978; Fore Street, Station Road and the Square, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Edwards, Gareth; ; Newcastle; TV programme "Mad About"; 117
Egginton, J.E.; 1994; Springfield, Howton, MH; Address; 126
Elliot, N.G. (M.Sc. Inst. C.E.); 1942; Torquay; Water engineer, Fernworthy Reservoir; 76 (photo of plaque)
Ellis, "Galloper"; ; Court Street, MH; Organized annual fêtes, sports days, and chapel outings; 107, 109
Ellis, Ann; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Ellis, Charles; before 1954; Ford Street, MH; Maltster's shop; 32
Ellis, Charles; 1954; ; Died; 32
Ellis, E. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Ellis, Fred; 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Ellis, George; 1945; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Ellis, Mary Brook; 1989; Belgrave House, Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Ellis, Mr.; ; ; Married Mary Brook; 5
Endicott, Ernest; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Endicott, James; 1857; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Endicott, John; 1857; 6 Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Punch Bowl; 86
Endicott, Joseph; 1835; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Endicott, Tom; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Endicott, Tom; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Engelback, Dr.; after 1815; ; Reformed the first Volunteer Company; 119
England, A. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
England, David; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
England, George; ; ; Son of Harry England, Local singer; 106
England, Harry; 1989; 12 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 5
England, Harry; ; ; Father of George England, Local singer; 106
England, John; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
England, Michael; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
England, Michael; 1989; 17 Sherwood Drive, Bodmin, Cornwall; Address; 5
England, Peter; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
England, Peter; 1989; 26 Durland Close, New Milton, Hants; Address; 5
England, R.C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
England, Terry; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Engleback, F.G. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Eva, Elsie (Mrs.); 1947; ; Middle generation at five-generation family gathering; 59 (incl. photo)
Eva, Jean Valerie; ; ; Married Mr. Black; 4
Eva, W. (Mr.); 1949-1957; Cross Street, MH; Grocery store; 26
Evans, Arthur E.; until 1934; Ford Street, MH; Veterinary surgeon and chemist; 79 (incl. photo), 81 (incl. photo of shop)
Evans, Arthur E.; 1934; ; Died; 79 (incl. photo)
Evans, C.E. (Mr.); ; Forder Street, MH; Letter addressed to him; 39 (photo of envelope)
Evans, Charles E.; ; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Ponsford House; 79
Evans, Charles E.; ; Ford Street, MH; Chemist (took place of Thomas Wardle); 79, 80 (incl. photos of ads and labels), 81
Evans, Charles E.; ; Chagford; Chemist; 79
Evans, Graham; 1972; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Evans, Janette; 1989; The White Hart Hotel, The Square, MH; Address; 5
Every, F. (Miss); 1944; ; Reformation of Boy Scouts; 58
Every, F. (Miss); 1947; ; Formed Senior Boy Scout company; 58
Eyles, Donald; 1989; The White Cottage, Llanfair Green, Nr Abergavenny, Gwent; Address; 5
Eyles, Mary; 1989; The White Cottage, Llanfair Green, Nr Abergavenny, Gwent; Address; 5
Farmer, Gladys; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Farr, J.R. (Mrs.); 1989; 30 Court Street, MH; Address; 5
Fewings, John; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Fewings, John; ; The Square, MH; Boot and shoe shop and repairs; 41
Fewings, Peter; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Field, H.G. (Mr.); 1907; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Field, Mr.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; milkman; 19 (photo)
Field, R.; ; Cross Street, MH; Dairy; 77
Fields, Mr.; ; Cross Street, MH; Dairy; 21 (incl. photo of dairy)
Fields, Mr.; ; ; Emigrated to America; 21
Fife, Margaret; 1989; Westwinds, Upper Coxley, Wells, Somerset; Address; 5
Fife, Mr.; ; ; Married Margaret Scott; 5
Findlay, S.J. (Mrs.); 1989; 75 Somerset Avenue, Taunton, Somerset; Address; 5
Fisher, A.W.; 1959; Cross Street, MH; Ran Alexandra House as a cafe; 20
Fisher, J.; 1959; Cross Street, MH; Ran Alexandra House as a cafe; 20
Flatt, Eileen; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Flay, Pamela; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Flay, Ruby; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Fletcher, Miss; 1989; Cadle, MH; Address; 5
Floyd, Alice; 1936; 17 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Floyd, Alice; 1989; 5 Fordlands Road, MH; Address; 5
Floyd, Bill; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Floyd, Doreen; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Floyd, Francis; 1989; 8 Norwich Road, Exwick; Address; 5
Floyd, H.; 1989; Sunnyfield, MH; Address; 5
Floyd, J.; 1989; Sunnyfield, MH; Address; 5
Floyd, John; 1989; 5 Fordlands Road, MH; Address; 5
Floyd, Julie; 1989; 8 Norwich Road, Exwick; Address; 5
Floyd, Pamela; 1989; Little Orchard, Neopardy, Crediton; Address; 5
Floyd, R. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Floyd, Richard; 1936; 17 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Floyd, Richard; 1989; 6 Dinham Crescent, St. Davids, Exeter; Address; 5
Floyd, Ronald; 1989; Little Orchard, Neopardy, Crediton; Address; 5
Floyd, William; 1936; 17 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Folland, Jimmy; before 1966; Fore Street, MH; Owned photographers' shop and studio; 17
Ford, Charles G.; 1887; Pound Street, MH; Built Tower Park, a set of 4 terraced houses; 35 (incl. photo of houses), 74
Ford, Mr.; ; Cross Street, MH; Baker's shop; 20
Forward, Fred; 1936; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Fox, W.T.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Frampton, E.J. (Mrs.); 1989; ; ; 5
Frank Marley & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
Fraser, Gaud; 1989; 135 Rue Beauvoisine, Rouen, France; Address; 6
Fraser, Ian; 1989; 135 Rue Beauvoisine, Rouen, France; Address; 6
Fraser, Owen Le Toullec; 1989; 135 Rue Beauvoisine, Rouen, France; Address; 6
French family; ; Great Doccombe Farm, Doccombe, MH; Residence; 45
French, A.E. (Mr.); ; ; Member, Parish Council; 45-46
French, E.J. (Mr.); ; ; Member, Parish Council; 46
French, E.J. (Mr.); ; ; Newton Abbot Rural District Council; 46
Friend, Bert; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Friend, Bob; 1989; 14 Douglas House, Teignmouth; Address; 5
Friend, Charles; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Friend, Charles; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Friend, Christine; 1989; 14 Douglas House, Teignmouth; Address; 5
Friend, Douglas; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Friend, Douglas; 1989; 5 Lovwick Drive, Meadows Estate, Wigston Magna, Leicestershire; Address; 5
Friend, Duncan; 1989; Chudleigh, Knighton; Address; 5
Friend, George; 1931-1934; Ford Street, MH; Worked for Arthur E. Evans; 81 (incl. photo)
Friend, George; 1934-1981; Ford Street, MH; Worked for Harry Rihll; 81
Friend, George; 1981-1983; Ford Street, MH; Co-owner, R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd.; 81 (incl. photo)
Friend, George; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Friend, George; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Friend, George; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Friend, George; 1940; ; Rihll's Chemists shop; 53 (photo)
Friend, George; 1983; ; Retired; 81
Friend, George; 1983; Ford Street, MH; Sold R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd to Stefan Janota; 81
Friend, George; ; ; Worked for various doctors in MH over 54 years; 25
Friend, George; ; ; Clerk, Parish Council for 50 years; 125
Friend, Gerald Harry; 1989; 2 Toronto Road, Exeter; Address; 5
Friend, Harry; ; ; Photo with the BP Lorry; with the GWR station horse waggon; 94 (photos)
Friend, Harry; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Friend, Judy; ; ; Married George Gay; 5
Friend, Keith; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Friend, Keith; 1989; 17 Hopes Close, Teignmouth; Address; 5
Friend, Lisa; 1989; 15 Southey Crescent, Kingkerswell; Address; 5
Friend, R.G.; 1959; ; Clerk, Parish Council; 44 (photo)
Friend, R.G.; 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
Friend, R.G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Friend, Rose (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Friend, Vera; ; ; Wife of George Friend; verso of title page
Friend, Walter (of Holsworthy); 1815; St. Andrews Church, MH; Made clock and chimes; 13
Frost, Robert; 1800; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse (renamed Golden Lion); 86
Frost, William; 1732; 6 Ford Street, MH; Landlord, New Inn (renamed Punch Bowl); 85, 86
Fuke, J.B. (Mr.); before 1901; Pound Street, MH; Residence at "The Cabin", later the site of Grandison Villa; 36 (incl. photo of "The Cabin"
Fuke, John; ; ; Schoolmaster; 35
Fuke, John; ; Court Street, MH; Apprentice wheelwright to Edmund Ballamy; 40
Fuke, John; ; ; Schoolmaster; 40
Fuke, John ; c1950; Pound Street, MH; Residence at "Conway" (later "Wildmoor"); 35
Fulner, Brian; 1989; Great Summerford, Wilts; Address; 5
Fulner, Elizabeth; 1989; Great Summerford, Wilts; Address; 5
Fynes, Mr.; before 1799; ; Died; 25
Fynes, Mr.; before 1799; Cross Street, MH; Residence (later called Cross Tree House); 25
G. Brimblecombe & Son; ; Court Street, MH; Mill used by Lord Hambleden's men; 74
G. Brimblecombe & Sons; ; Court Street; Station Road, MH; Timber merchants; 74, 75 (photos)
Gale, A.W.; 1974; Court Street, MH; Purchased Court House ; 38
Gale, Donald; ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Gale, J. ; 1974; Court Street, MH; Purchased Court House ; 38
Garland, R.B. (Mr.); 1965-1979; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Garner, Gillian; 1989; Cross Tree Cottage, 36 Cross Street, MH; Address; 5
Gay and Stevens; ; ; Builders; 74
Gay, Bill; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Gay, Bill; ; Lime Street, MH; Blacksmith; son named Bill; 60
Gay, Bill; ; Lime Street, MH; Blacksmith; worked with father Bill and grandfather John; 60
Gay, Christopher; 1989; MH; Residence; 60
Gay, Christopher; ; ; Son of Will Gay; 60
Gay, Doreen; ; ; Married Mr. Arnold; 4
Gay, George; 1989; 29 Lamb Park, Chagford; Address; 5
Gay, George; ; Lime Street, MH; Blacksmith; 76 (incl. photo)
Gay, George; ; ; Married Judy Friend; 5
Gay, George; ; Court Street, MH; Apprentice wheelwright to Edmund Ballamy; 40
Gay, George; ; ; Son of John Gay (the elder blacksmith); builder's mason; father of Will Gay; 60
Gay, George; ; ; Builder; 74
Gay, John; ; Lime Street, MH; Blacksmith; 3 sons: Bill, John, and George; 27, 60, 76 (incl. photo)
Gay, John; ; ; Son of John Gay (the blacksmith); farmer; father of Leonard; 60
Gay, Judy Friend; 1989; 29 Lamb Park, Chagford; Address; 5
Gay, Leonard; 1989; MH; Residence; 60
Gay, Mr. and Mrs.; 1989; St. Budeaux, Plymouth; Address; 5
Gay, Tony; 1989; c/o 13 Queens Road, MH; Mailing address; 5
Gay, Will; 1989; MH; Residence; 60
Gay, Will; ; ; Father of Christopher Gay; 60
Gaywood, James; 1989; 22 Lime Tree Walk, Milber, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
Gaywood, Rachel; 1989; 22 Lime Tree Walk, Milber, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
George Brimblecombe & Sons; ; Station Road, MH; Timber mill; merchants; 44, 59
George VI; 1937; ; Visited MH; 105 (incl photo)
German family; early 1930s; 80 Summerland Street, Exeter; Moved and acquired a business; 56
German family; 1942; Exeter; Lost everything in May blitz; 56
German, Albert; before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Worked with his father in the rag and bone shop; 37, 56
German, E.M. (Mrs.); 1989; 12 Queens Road, MH; Address; 5
German, Harry; before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Worked with his father in the rag and bone shop; 37, 56 (incl. photo)
German, James John; before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Rag and bone shop; 36-37, 56 (incl. photo of shop)
German, James John; ; Court Street, MH; Butcher's shop; 36
German, James John ; 1942-c1946; MH; Residence; 56
German, James John ; before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Raised 5 sons and 7 daughters; 37, 56
German, James John ; 1889; ; Married ; 56
German, James John ; 1943; ; Celebtrated 54th anniversary; 56
German, Jimmy (see German, James John); ; ; ;
German, Mary Jane (Mrs.); 1942-c1946; MH; Residence; 56
German, Mary Jane (Mrs.); before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Raised 5 sons and 7 daughters; 37, 56
German, Mary Jane (Mrs.); before early 1930s; 7 Court Street, MH; Photo; 56 (photo)
German, Mary Jane (Mrs.); 1889; ; Married ; 56
German, Mary Jane (Mrs.); 1943; ; Celebtrated 54th anniversary; 56
German, Pauline; ; ; Married Mr. Theobald; 7
Germon family; 1903; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated new lecturn; 12
Germon, Albert ; 1936; 25 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Germon, J.J.; 1854; Court Street, MH; Residence destroyed by fire; 50
Germon, Jimmy; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; General dealer at Market Day; 19 (photo)
Germon, Miss; 1888; Lime Street, MH; Donated to town a granite drinking trough for horses; 26-27
Germon, Pauline; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Germon, Susan; 1936; 25 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Germon, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Gibson, E.A. (Mrs.); 1953; Station Road, MH; Fruit and vegetable shop; 42
Gill, James; ; ; Captain of the bell ringers at St. Andrews Church; 26
Gill, James; ; Cross Street, MH; Tailor; 26
Gillam, Kathleen; ; ; Married Mr. White; 7
Gillam, Margaret; ; ; Married Mr. Preston; 7
Gillbert, Blanche; ; ; Daughter Mary born; 30
Gillbert, Blanche; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence in cottage at rear of #7 adjoining #11; 30
Gillbert, Louisa; after 1911-1953; 11 Ford Street, MH; Shop selling pots and pans; 30
Gillbert, Louisa; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence in cottage at rear of #7 adjoining #11; 30
Gillbert, Mary; ; ; Married Mr. Hiron; 5
Gillbert, Mary; ; ; Daughter of Tom and Blanche Gillbert; 30
Gillbert, Mary; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence in cottage at rear of #7 adjoining #11; 30
Gillbert, Mary; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Gillbert, Thomas; ; ; Fire brigade captain; church bell ringer; 30
Gillbert, Thomas; ; Ford Street, MH; Plumber; 30
Gillbert, Thomas; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence in cottage at rear of #7 adjoining #11; 30
Gillbert, Tom; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Gillbert, Tom; ; ; Daughter Mary born; 30
Gillbert, William ; ; Ford Street, MH; Residence in cottage at rear of #7 adjoining #11; 30
Gillespie, Ann; 1946; ; Carnival collector; 96 (photo)
Gilley, D. (D.F.C.); 1942; Torquay; Alderman; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Glesby, Miss; ; Fore Street, MH; Purchased Gypsy Pegasus Crafts and renamed it Dartmoor Weavers; 17
Glyptis, Audrey Lewis; 1989; Old Malt Cottage, Higher Lympstone, Exmouth; Address; 5
Glyptis, Mr.; ; ; Married Audrey Lewis; 5
Godwin; c1080; ; English thegn; owned Wray Barton ; 44
Gollop, Arthur H.; ; ; Managed Newton Abbot, Plymouth, and South Devon Co-operative Societies; 41
Goodale, Sheila (Mrs.); 1989; Rosemary Cottage, North Bovey; Address; 5
Goodall, A.C. (Judge); 1989; Mardon, MH; Address; 5
Gooding, Andrew; 1981; Santa Clara, California, USA; Junior World Games Fly-casting Champion; 116-117
Gooding, Andrew; ; ; Appeared on local and Newcastle television; 117
Gooding, Andrew; ; Teignbridge; District Council's "Sportsman of the Year"; 117
Gooding, Francis; 1989; 2 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 5
Gooding, Francis; ; ; Married Pauline Lynch; 5
Gooding, Mandy; ; ; Married Vince Herd; 5
Gooding, Pauline Lynch; 1989; 2 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 5
Goodman & Kelway; ; Ford Street, MH; Electrical shop; 30
Goodman, Mr.; 1932; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor with Mr. Kelway; 41
Goodman, Mr.; ; The Square, MH; Musical evenings at Central Hall; 41
Goodman, Mr.; ; Ford Street, MH; Shopowner with Mr. Kelway (electrical goods, gramophones, records); 41
Goodwin, A.G.; 1989; Blackingstone Farm, MH; Address; 5
Gordon, M. (Miss); c1857; Cross Street, MH; Kept private day-school; 62
Gould, Carole; 1989; 39 Swanborough Road, Milber, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
Gould, Martyn; 1989; 39 Swanborough Road, Milber, Newton Abbot; Address; 5
Gowers, D., (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Cranbrook Cottage, MH; Address; 5
Gradwell, Mrs.; ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Grant, A.D.; 1994; Sheena Tower, Widecombe-in-the-Moor; Address; 126
Grant, Edgar; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Grant, Edgar; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Grant, Graham; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Grant, Graham R.; 1989; 76 Church Road, Woodley, Reading, Berks; Address; 5
Grant, H. & Son (see H. Grant & Son); ; ; ;
Grant, H.G.; 1972; 14 Cross Street, MH; Built on land from 4 cottages ; 21
Grant, Harold; c1955; Cross Street, MH; Sold builders' and decorators' equipment; 21
Grant, Harold; ; ; Retired and moved to Exeter; 21
Grant, I.M. (Mrs.); 1989; 54 Broadway, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 5
Grant, John E.; 1989; 54 Broadway, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 5
Grant, Patricia A.; 1989; Crosshill, Manaton; Address; 5
Gray family; 1682-c1980; New Street, MH; Ran White Horse Hotel (Gray's Hotel); 34 (incl. photo of hotel), 82, 83 (photo of ad)
Gray, Hugh; 1971-1981; ; Postmaster; 40
Gray, James; 1857; New Street, MH; Landlord, White Horse Inn; 82
Gray, John; 1802; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse (renamed Golden Lion); 86
Gray, John; 1815; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse; 86
Gray, John; 1815; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 87
Gray, John; 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Gray, Mary; 1860; New Street, MH; Landlord, White Horse Inn; 82
Gray, Mr.; 1866; ; Catered the luncheon at the opening of the railroad in town; 100
Gray, Mr.; 1866; ; Ran White Horse Hotel; 100
Gray, Mr.; 1917; The Square, MH; Given permission by Parish Council to park two cars; 92
Gray, S.; 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Gray, Samuel; 1835; New Street, MH; Landlord, White Horse Inn; 82
Gray, Samuel; 1815; 6 Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Punch Bowl; 85
Gray, Samuel; 1838; ; Ran White Horse Inn (destroyed by fire); 48-49
Gray's Garage; ; Pound Street, MH; ; 34
Gray's Hotel; ; ; Hired out taxis; 92
Greening, Clarence; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Greening, Clarence; 1989; 25 Meadow Close, Kingskerwell; Address; 5
Greenwood, B.S.; 1994; 19 Hawthorn Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hants; Address; 126
Griffin, Steven James; 1989; Little Howton Cottage, MH; Address; 5
Griffith, John Lloyd; 1989; Woodway House, Woodway Road, Teignmouth; Address; 5
Griffiths, J. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Gritton, J. (Mrs.); 1989; 26 Waverley Road, Southsea,Hants; Address; 5
Gunning, Angela; 1989; 47 Edward Road, Bedford, Beds; Address; 5
Gunning, Julian; 1989; 8 Roborough Gardens, Ashburton; Address; 5
Gunning, Margaret; 1989; 20 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 5
Gunning, Peter; 1989; 20 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 5
H. and H. Mounsdon; 1958-1963; Fore Street, MH; Owned milliners, boot and shoe and haberdashery shop; 18
H. Grant & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
H.H. Jeffery & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
Haffield, Sister (Convalescent Home); 1956; Court Street, MH; Founding of Over 60s Club; 37
Hall, Dartington; 1929; Court Street, MH; Purchased saw mill; 38
Hall, John; 1857; ; Carrier (merchandise,etc.) to Exeter; 88
Hall, John; 1857; Court Street, MH; Residence; 88
Halliday, F.M.J. (Major and Mrs.); 1989; Ducksmoor Cottage, MH; Address; 5
Halliday, J.A. ( Dr.); 1989; 40 The Hyde, Abingdon, Oxon; Address; 5
Halliwell, J.P. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1994; Elmwood, Broomhill, Chagford; Address; 126
Hambleden, Lord; 1899; Lane off Pound Street, MH; Built Jubilee Cottages (4 cottages for his workmen}; 35
Hambleden, Lord; 1904; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated new screen; 12
Hambleden, Lord; 1907; ; Built Manor House; 56
Hambleden, Lord; 1914; Pound Street, MH; 6 cottages built for his workmen; 35
Hambleden, Lord; 1919; Pound Street, MH; Rented old Pound to Parish Council for storage of fire engine; 48
Hambleden, Lord; 1921; Fore Street, MH; Unveiled War Memorial; 18, 19 (photo)
Hambleden, Lord; 1928; ; Died; 48, 56
Hambleden, Viscount; 1900; Ford Street, MH; Built Cottage Hospital for poor persons in MH area; 31
Hambleden, Viscount; 1902; Lime Street, MH; Built the Rectory (now Mardon) as residence for the rectors of St. Andrews; 28
Hambling, Dorothy; ; ; Married Mr. Hutton; 6
Hambling, Dorothy; ; 2 Almshouses (MH?); Residence before marriage; 6
Hamilton-Leggett, Peter R. (BSc); 1989; ; ; 5
Hamlyn family; ; Willingstone Farm, MH; Photo of Arthur Hamlyn's father and one of Arthur's brothers; 68 (photo)
Hammacott, Charlie; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Hammacott, Margery; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hampsheir, Winifred J.; 1989; 38 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 5
Hancock, F.A. (Miss); 1930-1931; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Hancock, John; 1799-1801; Cross Street, MH; Opened London Inn & Tavern near the Cross Tree; 25
Hancock, John; 1800-1809; Cross Street, MH; Kept London Inn & Tavern; 87
Hancock, John; c1800; Cross Street, MH; Had Cross Tree pollarded and platform erected; 25
Hancock, John; 1806; Cross Street, MH; Earl of Devon presented sign for the London Inn & Tavern; 87
Hancock, John; 1809; ; Sold belongings, left MH due to "embarrassment of this affairs"; 87
Hand, Miss; 1921-1927; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Hands, Mr. and Mrs.; 1965; Station Road, MH; Shop and café: The Nuthatch; 43
Hannaford (See Boundy & Hannaford); ; ; ;
Hannaford, Mrs.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Hannaford, Reginald; 1835-1857; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 87
Hannaford, Rex; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Hannaford, S. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Hannaford, Sam; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Hannaford, Sam; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Harding, Bill; 1989; 9 River Valley Road, Chudleigh; Address; 5
Harding, Fred; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Harding, Mrs.; ; Ford Street, MH; Sweets and cigarette shop; 30
Harper, G.F.G.; 1989; Rockleigh, North Bovey; Address; 5
Harper, M.E.; 1989; Rockleigh, North Bovey; Address; 5
Harris, Monica; 1989; 6 Orchard Terrace, Bovey Tracey; Address; 5
Harris, Sam (Mrs.); 1989; 4 The Square, MH; Address; 5
Harvey family; 1809-1857; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Cross Tree House; 25
Harvey family; 1809-1857; Cross Street, MH; Solicitors and Registrars of vital records; 25
Harvey, "Budleigh Duke" (Mr.); before 1936; Budleigh Farm, MH; Farmed; bankrupted and moved to small cottage at 21 Pound Street; 35
Harvey, Betsy; 1882-1983; Bidder Close, MH; Lived to age 101 (minus 1 day); 59
Harvey, Dennis; 1857; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Harvey, Harriet; ; ; Married Charles Bowring; 55
Harvey, Mr.; 1862 on; Cross Tree, MH; Trimmed Cross Tree; 25
Harvey, Mr.; 1891; Cross Street, MH; Repaired Cross Tree following storm damage; 25
Harvey, V.A. (Mrs.); 1989; Southmead, Lettaford, North Bovey; Address; 5
Harvey, William "Ringer"; 1909; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Harvey, William "Ringer"; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Hatfield, G. (Mr.); 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Hawkins, Austin; 1989; 4 North Rocks Road, Churston; Address; 5
Hawkins, Margaret; 1989; 4 North Rocks Road, Churston; Address; 5
Hawkins, Mr.; 1792; White Hart Hotel, MH; Appointed to hire person to deliver mail ; 39
Hawksley, Leila; 1989; Old Wool Store, Bow Lane, MH; ; 5
Hawksley, Patrick; 1989; The Show Room, MH; Address; 5
Heale, A.J. (Rev); ; Cross Chapel, MH; Non-resident minister; 22
Heale, Charlie; ; ; Coachman; 91
Heale, Emily (Mrs.); WWII; ; Organized collections of waste paper, sold to raise charity funds; 121
Heale, Emily (Mrs.); ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Heale, Eric; ; Pound Street, MH; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" at Pound Street Boys' School; 65 (photo)
Heale, Pat; 1943/44; Wooston Farm, MH; Bringing in the hay; 73 (photo)
Heale, Reg; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Heale, William Henry; ; ; Married Emily Loram; 60
Heath, John (Rev.); 1989; The Rectory, 3 Gray's Meadow, MH; Address; 5
Heath, R.O.; 1989; Greenhill House, MH; Address; 5
Heath, Richard; 1989; MH; ; 7
Heath, Richard; 1989; Greenhill, MH; Lived at Greenhill House; 15
Heath, Richard; ; ; Preface; wrote "Sparrowhawk" about early years of MH; 8, 9, 126
Helyer, Humphrey (of Steward Farm); 1920; 3 and 4 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Purchased ; 43
Herd, Dick; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Herd, Mandy Gooding; 1989; 3 Maple Road, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 5
Herd, T. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Herd, Vince; 1989; 3 Maple Road, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 5
Herd, Vince; ; ; Married Mandy Gooding; 5
Hesketh, Mr.; ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Hewer, B. (Mr.); 1814; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Hewitt, William; ; Ford Street, MH; Maltster's shop; 32
Hext, Fred; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Hicks, A.H.; 1989; Heathcrest, MH; Address; 5
Hield, Herbert A. (M.A.); 1942; Torquay; Town Clerk during Fernworthy Reservoir project; 76 (photo of plaque)
Higgott, S.B. (Mr.); 1930-31; Lime Street, MH; Architect; supervised building of swimming pool; 118
Hill Bros.; 1937; ; Haulers; 96 (photo of truck)
Hill family; c1889-1999; Cross Street, MH; Ran blacksmith's shop for over 100 years; 25
Hill family; mid-1800s on; Cross Street, MH; Blacksmiths/farriers; 76
Hill, "Foxy"; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Hill, A.L. (Miss); 1994; The Flat, Greenacres, Station Road, MH; Address; 126
Hill, Albert; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Hill, Albert; 1947; ; National Farmers' Union outing; 112 (photo)
Hill, Albert; 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Hill, Albert; ; Pound Street, MH; Rabbit dealer, haulage contractor, potato merchant; 76 (incl. photo)
Hill, Albert; ; Cross Street, MH; Ran blacksmith's shop after his father; 25
Hill, Albert; ; Cross Street, MH; Blacksmith/farrier; 76
Hill, Albert; ; ; Ran transport to Exeter; 89
Hill, Christine; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Wales; 124
Hill, Doreen; ; Court Street, MH; Managed furniture and soft furnishings business; 41
Hill, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Hill, John; 1857; Cross Street, MH; Blacksmith/farrier; 76
Hill, John; ; Cross Street, MH; Ran blacksmith's shop; 25
Hill, Les; ; Cross Street, MH; Ironworks; 26
Hill, Leslie; 1989; Cross Street, MH; Ran blacksmith shop; 25
Hill, Leslie; ; Cross Street, MH; Blacksmith/farrier; 76
Hill, Leslie Bernard; 1989; The Forge, MH; Address; 5
Hill, Margaret; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hill, Margaret Rose; 1989; St. Mary Steps, Lime Street, MH; Address; 5
Hill, Margery; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hill, Maurice; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Hill, Mr.; ; ; Married Susanne N. Opie; 5
Hill, Pearl; 1946; ; Fairy Queen attendant; 99 (photo)
Hill, Ron; ; ; Managed Plymouth and South Devon Co-operative Society; 41
Hill, Ronald George; 1989; St. Mary Steps, Lime Street, MH; Address; 5
Hill, Samuel; 1857; Cross Street, MH; Blacksmith/farrier; 76
Hill, Suzanne N. Opie (Mrs.); 1989; 1 Pound Street, MH; Address; 5
Hill, Sylvia; 1989; 2 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 5
Hill, Theo; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Hill, Tom; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Hillman, Bill; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Hillman, Brian (Mr and Mrs.); 1979; 11 Ford Street, MH; Took over property and enlarged shop; 30
Hillman, Bryan; 1989; 11 Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Hillman, Jeanette; 1989; 11 Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Hillman, Mark; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Hillman, N. (Mr.); 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Hills, Hubert; ; Ford Street, MH; Boot and shoe repair shop; 32
Hills, Julian Richard Canter; 1989; 92 Hook Lane, Welling, Kent; Address; 5
Hills, Ken; ; Ford Street, MH; Boot and shoe repair shop; 32
Hills, Ken; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Hills, Roger Charles; 1989; 16 Dean Court, Lydney, Glos; Address; 5
Hills, Tim; 1989; Cherry Tree Cottage, MH; Address; 5
Hindley (See Snell & Hindley); ; ; ;
Hine, Kenneth; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hines, Joseph S.; 1989; 11 Fairlawn Grove, Banstead, Surrey; Address; 5
Hird, S.C.P. (Mr.); 1989; Melita, Lindridge Land, Kingsteignton; Address; 5
Hiron, Bill; by 1953; ; Married Mary Gillbert; 30
Hiron, Bill; 1953; 11 Ford Street, MH; Shop selling pots and pans; 30
Hiron, Mary Gillbert; before 1989; 11 Ford Street, MH; Address; 5
Hiron, Mary Gillbert; 1989; 20 Fairfield Road, Kinskerswell; Address; 5
Hiron, Mr.; ; ; Married Mary Gillbert; 5
Hiron, Robin (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Glenfern, Grange Heights, Goodrington, Paignton; Address; 5
Hobbs, Gilbert (Mr. and Mrs.); 1966; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery store; 17
Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs.; after 1966; Fore Street, MH; Residence; 17
Hobson, Edward; 1989; Pinmoor Farm, MH; Address; 5
Hobson, Jackey; 1989; Pinmoor Farm, MH; Address; 5
Hocking, Ken; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hocking, Ken; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Hocking, Mr.; ; New Street, MH; Managed MH Co-operative Society; 41
Hocking, Mr.; ; ; Managed Plymouth and South Devon Co-operative Society; 41
Hodge, E.J. (Mrs.); 1989; 1 Jubilee Cottage, MH; Address; 5
Hodges, N.A. (Dr.); ; Pepperdon Hole; Doctor; 25
Holder, Bill; 1947-1954; 22 Pound Street, MH; Electrical and radio shop; 42
Holder, Bill; 1954; George Street, MH; Electrical and radio shop; 42
Holder, Fred; before 1949; Ford Street, MH; Tea room, tea garden, cycle accessories shop, petrol pump; 32-33
Hole, John; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Holland, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Holland, John; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Holland, Richard; 1816; Frenchie Court, MH; Helped victims of fire; 48
Holman, Mrs.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; fishmonger; 19 (photo)
Holman, Thomas; 1816; Frenchie Court, MH; Residence destroyed by fire; 48
Holmes, B.J. (Mr.); 1989; 15 Arundel Road, Bath, Avon; Address; 6
Holmes, Barry; 1947; ; Age 5 months - youngest at five-generation family gathering; 59 (incl. photo)
Holmes, Barry; 1947; ; Won First Place for babies under 9 months at Carnival Baby Show; 59
Holmes, Barry John; 1989; 1 Old School House, Place Lane, Ashburton; Address; 6
Holmes, Harry; ; ; Postman; 40
Holmes, K.E. (Mrs.); 1989; 145 East Street, Newton Abbot; Address; 6
Holmes, Kathleen (Mrs.); 1947; ; Second youngest generation at 5-generation family gathering; 59 (incl. photo)
Holt, Robert; 1989; 4 Stroudley Crescent, Weymouth, Dorset; Address; 6
Hooper family; 1936; 15 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Hooper, G.J. (Mr.) (of Parford); c1957; Ford Street, MH; Converted Rex Cinema to factory for making agricultural buildings; 31
Hooper, Mr.; 1964; Station Road, MH; Purchased old railroad station for his firm, Mootels Ltd., which built wooden agriculatural buildings.; 44
Hooper, Vida-May; 1989; 1 Wheatley Close, Market Street, Exeter; Address; 6
Hore, Bill; 1945; ; Portrayed Hitler in VE Day parade; 123 (incl photo)
Hore, Bill; ; Lime Street, MH; Blacksmith; 76 (incl. photo)
Hore, Bill; ; ; Grandson of John Gay; 76 (incl. photo)
Hore, Elsie; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Hore, William (Mr.); ; Lime Street, MH; Succeeded his grandfather John Gay as blacksmith; 27
Horrell, James; 1989; 43 Reddington Road, Higher Compton, Plymouth; Address; 6
Horrell, Lloyd; 1989; 23 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 6
Horrell, Pat; 1989; 23 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 6
Hortop, Sidney; 1933; Alley-way off Court Street, MH; Owned garage; 38
Hortop, Sidney; ; ; Ran transport to Exeter; 89
How, Muriel (Mrs.); 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
How, R.H. (Mr.); 1959; ; Chairman, Parish Council; 44 (photo)
How, R.H. (Mr.); 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
Howard, Arminal L. Badcock; 1989; 14 Beechwood Road, Chudleigh; Address; 6
Howard, Mr.; ; ; Married Arminal L. Badcock; 6
Howarth, Maria; 1989; Westerlands, MH; Address; 6
Howarth, Michael Robert; 1989; Westerlands, MH; Address; 6
Howarth, P.E.H. (Dr.); 1989; Moorview, Lustleigh; Address; 6
Howarth, P.E.H. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Howe, Andrew; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Howe, Andrew; 1989; 115 Alphington Road, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 6
Howe, Eileen Crout (Mrs.); 1989; 15 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Howe, Mr.; ; ; Married Eileen Crout; 6
Howell, Dennis (MP); ; Teignbridge; Minister for Sport, presented Andrew Gooding with award; 117
Howell, Donald; ; Ford Street, MH; Owned Rex Cinema with Mr. Curtis; 31 (with photo of crowd at cinema)
Hudd, Bill; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Hudd, Bill; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Hudd, Fred; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Hudson, Harry; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Hughes, Mr.; ; Station Road, MH; Managed Gas Works; 44
Hughes, Raymond; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Hugo, Eileen; 1989; 31 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Hugo, Mr.; ; ; Married Eileen Martin; 6
Huish, Jean; 1946; ; Carnival Queen; 98 (photo)
Hullis, K. (Miss); 1963; Lime Street, MH; Opened health food store with Mrs. V.M. Hurst; 26
Hurst, V.M. Hurst (Mrs.); 1963; Lime Street, MH; Opened health food store with Miss K. Hullis; 26
Hustable, Alfred; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Hutchings, Margaret; ; ; Grandmother of John Bowring; resided MH; 55
Hutton family; early 1900s; Coombe Farm, MH; Owned water wheel; 74
Hutton, D.E. Hambling (Mrs.); 1989; 174A St. Andrews Road, Bridport, Dorset; Address; 6
Hutton, Jim; 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Hutton, Mr.; ; ; Married Dorothy Hambling; 6
Huxtable, Alfred; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Hyett family; ; Pound Street, MH; Owned Pound Cottage; 35 (incl. photo of cottage)
Hyett family ; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Hyett, Miss; 1944; ; Attended Home Guard Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Inns, Amanda (Mrs.); 1989; 13 Lode Hill, Downton, Nr Salisbury, Wilts; Address; 6
Ireland, Percy (Mr. and Mrs.); before 1957; Ford Street, MH; Fruiterer and florist shop; 30
Iverson, S.; 1994; Ladymount, Clydesdale Road, Exeter; Address; 126
Jackman, John; c1857; Cross Street, MH; Kept private boarding school; 62
Jackson, K.J. (Mr.); 1989; 6 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Jackson, Simon; 1989; Newlands, North Bovey Road, MH; Address; 6
Janota, Julie; 1989; Lower Becksfield, Doccombe, MH; Address; 6
Janota, Stefan; 1983; Ford Street, MH; Purchased R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd.; 81
Janota, Stefan; 1989; Lower Becksfield, Doccombe, MH; Address; 6
Janowski, R. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; The Goldings, 4 Lime Street, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, Brenda; 1989; Ponderosa, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, C.E.G.; 1989; Ford Farm, Chudleigh Knighton; Address; 6
Jeffery, H.H. & Son (see H.H. Jeffery & Son); ; ; ;
Jeffery, Harold; 1989; Greenacres, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, Katherine; 1989; Ponderosa, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, Mike; 1989; Ponderosa, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, Muriel; 1989; Greenacres, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jeffery, S.M.; 1989; Ford Farm, Chudleigh Knighton; Address; 6
Jeffery, Tracey; 1989; Ponderosa, Station Road, MH; Address; 6
Jefford, Sidney Herbert; ; Cross Street at Station Road, MH; Manager, Wilts & Dorset Banking Co.; 20
Jenkins, Vernon; 1970; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Jennings, Mr.; ; ; Married Pamela Lynch; 6
Jennings, Pamela Lynch; 1989; 7 Conway Drive, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire; Address; 6
Jessett, David R.; 1989; 30 Stapledon Lane, Ashburton; Address; 6
Johnson, A.L.; 1989; 19 Crichton Road, Rothesay, Isle of Bute; Address; 6
Johnson, A.M. (Miss); 1994; Holcombe House, MH; Address; 126
Johnson, F.R.; 1994; Pound Barn, Pound Street, MH; Address; 126
Johnson, J.A. ; 1994; Pound Barn, Pound Street, MH; Address; 126
Johnson, Sidney; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Wales; 124
Johnson, Sidney; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Johnstone, J. (Mr.); 1947-1953; Station Road, MH; Fruit and vegetable shop; 42
Joll, Harold; 1994; Moorhouse Farm, Bovey Tracey; Address; 126
Joll, Janet; 1994; Moorhouse Farm, Bovey Tracey; Address; 126
Jones, Arthur; before 1967; Fore Street, MH; Last person to live in thatched cottage before New Shop built; 16
Jones, Arthur; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Jones, Arthur; ; ; Thatcher; 16
Jones, Christine; 1994; 3 Steward Barns, MH; Address; 126
Jones, E.M. (Mrs.); 1938-1964; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Jones, E.M. (Mrs.); 1950; ; Headmistress, Primary School; 66 (photo)
Jones, Emma; 1936; 25 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Jones, George; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Blacksmith; 74
Jones, Glynn (Dr.); 1936; Court Street, MH; Started Boys Club at Gordon Hall; 37
Jones, Margery; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Jones, Rod; 1994; 3 Steward Barns, MH; Address; 126
Jones, Tom; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Jones, Tom; 1945; Court Street, MH; Lead Floral Dance to celebrate VE Day; 123 (incl photo)
Jones, Tom; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Jones, W.D. Glynn (Dr.); until 1958; ; President, MH Playing Field Trust; 115-116 (incl photo)
Jones, W.D. Glynn (Dr.); 1956; Court Street, MH; Founding of Over 60s Club; 37
Jones, W.D. Glynn (Dr.); ; Rocklea, MH; Doctor; 25
Jordan, Mr.; ; ; Champion wrestler; 113
Kean, Auriol (Mrs.); 1967; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Oak tree planted to commemorate Sir Winston Churchill; 14
Keane, G.J. (Major); 1933; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Purchased for £510; 14
Keane, G.J. (Major); 1940; ; Major, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Keane, G.K. (Major); 1934; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Installed swings, seesaws and a sandpit; 14
Keane, G.K. (Major); 1936; Court Street, MH; Started Boys Club at Gordon Hall; 37
Keane, Major (DSO, CMG); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Keep family; ; ; Farmed Pepperdon, MH; 45
Keir, David; ; ; Wrote "The Bowring Story"; 126
Kelling, C.M. (Mrs.); 1989; Elmfield Guest House, MH; Address; 6
Kelway (see Goodman & Kelway); ; ; ;
Kelway, Ian; 1912; ; Assistant scout master of Boy Scout troop; 67
Kelway, Mr.; 1932; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor with Mr. Goodman; 41
Kelway, Mr.; ; The Square, MH; Gave musical evenings at Central Hall; 41
Kelway, Mr.; ; Ford Street, MH; Shopowner with Mr. Goodman (electrical goods, gramophones, records); 41
Kemp, Ian; ; Pound Street, MH; Residence in "School House"; 35
Kemp, Ian; ; ; Hired out taxis; 92
Key, Miss; ; Court Street, MH; Matron, Convalescent Home; 37-38
Kibel, A. (Mr.); 1989; 44 Ford Street, MH; Address; 6
Kidman, J.; 1989; Hornhills, Lime Street, MH; Address; 6
Kirby, A.W. "Tony" (Mr.); 1949; Court Street, MH; Owned Court Street Garage with A.C. Burwash; 38
Kirkby, C.E.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Krause, R. (Mr.); 1989; Trelowen, Common Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall; Address; 6
Lake, Mr.; 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Landick, L. (Mr.); 1989; Chimneys, Beer; Address; 6
Landor, Stephen (Professor and Mrs.); 1989; Cross Tree House, MH; Address; 6
Lanes, K.N. (Miss); 1964; Ford Street, MH; Premier Provisions (shop); 32
Lanes, M. (Miss); 1964; Ford Street, MH; Premier Provisions (shop); 32
Lang, John; 1798; ; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Langbridge, John; 1835; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse; 86
Langworthy, Will; 1989; 42 Ford Street, MH; Address; 6
Lansbury, George (Rt. Hon.); 1931; ; First Commissioner of Works in Labour Government; 28, 118
Lansbury, George (Rt. Hon.); 1931; ; Opened town swimming pool; 28
Lansbury, George (Rt. Hon.); 1931; Lime Street, MH; Opened town swimming pool; planted Scotch Fir in commemoration; 118
Lashbrook, Audrey; 1989; Lewdons Farm, MH; Address; 6
Lashbrook, Russell; 1989; Lewdons Farm, MH; Address; 6
Laskey. Samuel; 1760-1770; ; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Laurie, Leo Victor (Dr.); ; Fairlawn, MH; Doctor; 25
Lavercombe, Frank; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Lavers & Dymond; 1926; New Street, MH; Business destroyed by fire; 51
Lavers, Mr.; ; Ford Street, MH; Saddler and ironmonger, shop of Lavers & Dymond; 28, 29 (photo of shop)
Lavers, Mr.; ; ; Town crier, paid 2d. for each call; 28, 30
Lavey, C. (Miss); ; Chagford Church; Married Mr. A. Cook; 4
Lawley, Jack; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Laycock, Charles; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Laycock, Charlie; 1910-1943; 32 Cross Street, MH; Residence at Mearsdon Manor; 21
Laycock, Charlie; ; ; Member, Devonshire Association; 21
Laycock, Charlie; ; ; Entertained in various town groups ; 106
Leadbitter, M.G. (Rev.); 1933; ; Rector, St. Andrews (rectory moved from Mardon to 34 Cross Street); 28
Leadbitter, M.G. (Rev.); 1937; ; Chairman, Parish Council; 105
Leadbitter, M.G. (Rev.); 1946; ; Rector, St. Andrews Church; lead service marking end of WWII; 124
Leadbitter, M.G. (Rev.); ; ; At the Rectory with Scouts; 103 (photo)
Leaman, T. (Mr.); ; Station Road, MH; Grocery; 43
Leaman, W.H. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Leat, James; 1882; Pound Street, MH; Tenant of Henry Searle; 59
Lee, J. (Miss); 1989; Tavistock; Address; 6
Lee, James; 1857; ; Carrier (merchandise,etc.) to Exeter; 88
Lee, James; 1857; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Golden Lion; 88
Lee, James ; 1857; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse; 86
Lee, John J. (A.M. Inst. C.E.); 1936-1942; ; Resident Director, Fernworthy Reservoir project; 76 (photo of plaque)
Lee, Matron; 1950s; Court Street, MH; Matron, Convalescent Home; 38
Lee, Matron ; 1956; Court Street, MH; Founding of Over 60s Club; 37
Lee, Rhoda (Mrs.); 1989; Upper Leign, MH; Address; 6
Leigh, P.; 1945-1948; Fore Street, MH; Owned milliners, boot and shoe and haberdashery shop; 18
Leigh, P. (Mrs.); 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Leigh, R. (Rev. and Mrs.); 1994; Rectory, MH; Address; 126
Leigh, R. (Rev.); 1994; St. Andrews Church, MH; Rector; 126
Lessware, Brian; 1989; 38 Ford Street, MH; Address; 6
Lethbridge, Eliza; 1860; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Letts, Brian ; 1969; Cross Street, MH; Opened Three Ravens ; 26
Letts, James; 1950; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Letts, Phyllis; 1969; Cross Street, MH; Opened Three Ravens ; 26
Lewis, Arthur E.; 1989; 50 Cross Street, MH; Address; 6
Lewis, Audrey; ; ; Married Mr. Glyptis; 5
Lewis, Brenda; ; ; Married Mr. Abraham; 4
Lewis, J.A. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 22 Fore Street, MH; Address; 6
Lewis, Jack; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Blacksmith; 74
Lewis, James William Arthur; 1989; 50 Cross Street, MH; Address; 6
Lewis, James, E.; 1989; 50 Cross Street, MH; Address; 6
Lewis, Reg; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Lewis, Reginald Ernest George; 1989; 50 Cross Street, MH; Address; 6
Lewis, Susan; c1857; Cross Street, MH; Kept private day-school; 62
Liddell, A.; 1945; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor; 41
Lidgett, Scott (Rev.); 1912; Cross Street, MH; Speaker, opening of Wesleyan Sunday School; 21
Lightfoot, Samuel; ; Baptist Chapel, MH; Elder; built first Meeting House and leased to Baptist Congregation; 17
Lister, Nigel; 1989; 23 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lister, Von; 1989; 23 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Loman, T. (Mr.); 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Loman, T. (Mr.); 1912; ; MH Volunteers; 5th Devonshire (Territorials) Regiment ; 119
Loram, April; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Bernard "Bob"; ; ; Son of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Bert; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Bill; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Charles; 1897; Ford Street, MH; At town celebration for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee; 100 (photo)
Loram, Charles; 1907; 6 Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Punch Bowl; 86, 100 (1897 photo)
Loram, Charles; 1909; Ford Street, MH; Last landlord of the New London Inn; 87
Loram, Charles; 1989; MH; Residence; 60
Loram, Charles; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Charles (Senior); ; ; 3 sons (Sidney, Mark and Noah); 1 daughter (Emily); 60
Loram, Charles (Senior); ; Ford Street, MH; Last landlord of the London Inn; 60
Loram, Edgar; ; ; Son of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Emily; ; ; Daughter of Charles Loram Sr.; married William Henry Heale; 60
Loram, Esther; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Florence; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Fred; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Loram, Fred; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, George; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Gwendoline; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Hazel; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Hettie; ; ; Daughter of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Jack; 1989; 33 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Loram, Jack; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Jessie; ; ; Daughter of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Jim; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Loram, Jim; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, John; ; ; Son of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, John; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, June; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Lloyd; ; ; Son of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Margaret; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Mark; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Loram, Mark; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Loram, Mark; ; Hele Farm, North Bovey; Residence; 60
Loram, Mark; ; ; Son of Charles Loram Sr.; 15 children: Gwedoline, Ruth, Esther, Florence, Myrtle, Bernard (Bob), John, Edgar, Margaret, Norman, Monica, Lloyd, Hazel, April, June.; 60
Loram, Mary; 1989; 33 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Loram, Mary; ; ; Daughter of Noah Loram & 2nd wife; 60
Loram, Monica; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Myrtle; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Nancy; 1989; 97 Greenwood, Walters Ash, High Wycombe, Bucks; Address; 6
Loram, Noah; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Loram, Noah; ; ; Son of Charles Loram Sr.; married twice; 1 son, 1 daughter (Mary); 60
Loram, Noah; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Loram, Norah; ; ; Daughter of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Norman; ; ; Son of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Phil; 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Loram, Philip; ; ; Son of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Rose; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Loram, Rose; ; ; Married Mr. Wilson; 7
Loram, Rosie; ; ; Daughter of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Ruth; ; ; Daughter of Mark Loram; 60
Loram, Sidney; ; ; Son of Charles Loram Sr.; 14 children: Charles, Philip, Jim, Fred, John, Jack, Bert, George, Bill, Norah, Jessie, Una, Hettie, Rosie; 60
Loram, Una; ; ; Daughter of Sidney Loram; 60
Loram, Whitney; 1989; 97 Greenwood, Walters Ash, High Wycombe, Bucks; Address; 6
Loram, William Henry; 1989; 4 Brookfield Court, New Exeter Street, Chudleigh; Address; 6
Lord Bishop of Exeter; 1970; Doccombe Chapel, MH; Euucharist service in memory of Martyrdom of St Thomas à Becket; 45
Lovell Phillips, Misses (of Torquay); 1873; Court Street, MH; Founded convalescent home at Coppelia House; 37
Loveys, A.C. (Mr.); after 1901; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated flag and flag staff; 12
Loveys, A.C. (Mr.); after 1903; Cross Street, MH; Planted tree to replace Cross Tree; 25
Loveys, W.G. (Mr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Residence, next to Mearsdon Manor; 22
Loveys, W.S. (Mr.); 1912; ; Formed 5th Devonshire (Territorials) Regiment (Prince of Wales Battalion); 119
Loveys, W.S. (Mr.); 1912; Cross Street, MH; Residence; 119
Luke, Lady; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Luscombe, Annie (Miss); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Luscombe, Claud; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Luscombe, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Luscombe, George (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Luscombe, Jack; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Luscombe, John; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Luscombe, John; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Luscombe, Reginald; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Luscombe, Susan; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Luscombe, Ted; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Luscombe, Victor; c1903; ; Born; 124
Luscombe, Victor; 1922; Canada; Emigrated from MH; 124
Lush, George; 1962; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Lush, S.W. (Mrs.); 1989; 8 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Luston, Amy; 1946; ; Carnival Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Luxton, Christine M.; 1989; Park, MH; Address; 6
Luxton, Ruth; after WWII; ; Emigrated to California; 124
Lynch, Bert; 1961; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 37
Lynch, Brian; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Lynch, Brian; 1989; 4 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lynch, Brian; 1989; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Lynch, Brian; ; ; Postman; 40
Lynch, C.R.; ; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Lynch, Charles; 1946; ; Carnival collector; 96 (photo)
Lynch, Charles; 1989; 12 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lynch, Charlie; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Lynch, Jack; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Wales; 124
Lynch, Jack; before 1989; ; Died; 124
Lynch, Jack; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Lynch, Jack; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
Lynch, Jack; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Lynch, Jackie; 1989; 4 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lynch, Jackie; 1989; Court Street, MH; Shop owner; 41
Lynch, Kath; 1989; 12 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lynch, Laura; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Lynch, Lewis Henry; 1936; 27 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Lynch, Margery; ; Court Street, MH; Managed furniture and soft furnishings business; 41
Lynch, Pamela; ; ; Married Mr. Jennings; 6
Lynch, Pauline; ; ; Married Francis Gooding; 5
Lynch, Peter; 1989; Hilton Court Manor Farm, Roch, Nr Haverfordwest, Dyfed; Address; 6
Lynch, Tina; 1989; 4 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Lynch, Walter; ; ; Delivery man, Neck & Sons; 78
Lynch, Walter; ; ; Coachman; 91
MacDonnell, Charles (Captain); late 1920s-1939; Blackingstone, MH; Silver fox farm; 77
Mace, Margaret; 1989; The Longhouse, 21 Ford, Street, MH; Address; 6
Mack, Joan (Mrs.); 1989; c/o Malt Cottage, Higher Lympstone, Exmouth; Mailing address; 6
Mackay, J. (Mrs.); 1989; Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; Address; 6
Mackay, Mr.; ; ; Married Miss Perring; 6
Maidment, Beatrice; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Maidment, Charles; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Major family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Major, Bert; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Major, M. (Miss); ; ; Married Mr. Wilson; 7
Major, Tom; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Major, Tom; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Mallett, George; ; Cross Street, MH; Owned dairy with father and brother; 20 (incl. photo of dairy)
Mallett, Margaret; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Mallett, Richard; ; Cross Street, MH; Owned dairy with father and brother; 20 (incl. photo of dairy)
Mallett, T. & Sons (see T. Mallett & Sons); ; ; ;
Mallett, Thomas; ; Cross Street, MH; Owned dairy with sons; 20 (incl. photo of dairy)
Marley, F. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Starter, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Marley, F. (Mr.); 1946; ; Chairman, Welcome Home committee; 124
Marley, F. (Mr.); 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
Marley, Frank; 1989; Ingleside, MH; Address; 6
Marley, Frank; ; New Street, MH; Residence at Great House; 34, 40-41
Marley, Frank; ; ; Parish and Rural District Councils; 34
Marley, Frank; ; Court Street, MH; Wheelwright after Thomas Goss Yewe; 40
Marley, Frank (see Frank Marley & Son); ; ; ;
Marrett, Malcolm; 1989; Brinning, MH; Address; 6
Marsden, Doreen; 1994; Lower Neadon Conntage, Bridford, Exeter; Address; 126
Marsden, John; 1994; Lower Neadon Conntage, Bridford, Exeter; Address; 126
Martin, Annie; 1989; 31 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Martin, Christine; 1989; 14 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Martin, Eileen; ; ; Married Mr. Hugo; 6
Martin, Fred; 1989; 31 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Martin, Harold; 1956; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Martin, John; 1989; 14 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Martin, Mr.; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Martin, Mrs.; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Martin, Paul; 1989; 14 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Masters, M. (Mrs.); 1989; 9 Daryneton Drive, Merrow, Guildford, Surrey; Address; 6
Masters, Mr.; ; ; Married Miss Dymond; 6
Maxwell, F.R.; 1989; 25 Fordlands, MH; Address; 6
Maxwell, Steve; 1989; 16 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Maxwell, Sue; 1989; 16 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 6
Maxwell, Trevor; 1989; 16 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 6
May, G. ( Dr.); ; Court Street, MH; Doctor residing and practicing in MH; 25
May, Jonathan; 1835; ; Investigation of his murder; 82 (map of inns and taverns - part of the investigation)
May, Jonathan; 1835; Exeter Road, MH; Murdered at Jacob's Well; 28
Maynard, Dennis; 1989; Tor View, MH; Address; 6
Maynard, Molly (Mrs.); 1989; Tor View, MH; Address; 6
McColl, D. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
McColl, H.E. (Mrs.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
McCudden, R.A. (Major); 1989; Resta House, 24 Fore Street, MH; Address; 6
McIntosh, Karina; 1989; 32 Blackett Place, Edinburgh; Address; 6
McMaster, D.R. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
McMaster, D.R. (Mr.); 1922; ; Scout master of Boy Scout troop; 67
Menhenett, Annie (Miss); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Mercer, Ian; 1989; Ponsford House, MH; Address; 6
Merrifield, A.J. (Mr.); mid-1900s; Chagford; Sold Evans chemist's shop to Harry Rihll; 81
Merryweather (see Messrs Merryweather); ; ; ;
Messrs Merryweather; 1919; London; Sold fire engine to MH Parish Council; 48, 91
Miles, Albert; 1889-1897; The Square, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Miles, Albert; 1883; Forder Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Miles, Thomas; 1878; Forder Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Miller family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Miller, Elsie; 1989; Halscombe Farm, MH; Address; 6
Miller, Mr.; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Miller, Muriel; ; ; Married Mr. Becker; 126
Miller, W.R.; 1989; Fairview, Vicarage Lane, Longdown; Address; 6
Millman, Chloe; 1989; 34 Bossell Road, Buckfastleigh; Address; 6
Millman, Harry; 1989; 34 Bossell Road, Buckfastleigh; Address; 6
Mills, P.C. (Mrs.); ; Fore Street, MH; Purchased Gypsy Pegasus Crafts and renamed it Dartmoor Weavers; 17
Milton, Ada (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Milton, Bill; 1913-1914; ; Football team; 113 (photo)
Milton, Bill; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Milton, P.G.S.; 1989; 4 Kinsman's Dale, MH; Address; 6
Milton, Sam; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Miners, R.H. (Mr.); 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
Miners, W.H. (Mr.); 1959; ; Chairman, Newton Abbot Rural District Council; 44 (incl. photo)
Mitchell, Ruth; 1989; Courtenay Barn, Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Monk, Phyllis; 1989; 36 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Monk, Walter; 1989; 36 Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Moon, R.M.; 1989; Moorlands, Pepperdon, MH; Address; 6
Moore (See Cann & Moore Builders); ; ; ;
Moore, Bert; 1989; Newholm, Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Moore, Dinah; 1989; Newholm, Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Moore, Gloria; 1989; 1 Ivy Cottage, MH; Address; 6
Moore, Mr.; 1945; 17 Ford Street, MH; Home used to form floral archway to celebrate JJ Day; 124
Moore, R.G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Moore, Reg; WWII; ; Organized collections of waste paper, sold to raise charity funds; 121
Moore, Reg; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 105-106
Moore, Reg; ; ; Supporter, swimming pool committee; 118
Moore, Reginald; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Morgan family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Morgan, Charles Reginald; WWII; ; Private, East Surray Regiment; awarded for gallant distinguished service; 121
Morgan, Peter; 1978; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Morgan, Peter; 1989; White Hart Hotel, The Square, MH; Address; 6
Morrish, F.G.; 1951; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Mortimore, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Mortimore, K.A.; 1989; 1 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Mortimore, M.J.; 1989; 1 Queens Road, MH; Address; 6
Mortimore, Michael; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Mortlake, A. (Miss); 1916-1921; 1927-1930; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Mounsdon (see H. and H. Mounsdon); ; ; ;
Muldrew, Sharon; 1989; 34 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Murdoch, D.F. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; The Old Smithy, 10 Lime Street, MH; Address; 6
Murphy, Elsie; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Murphy, Grace; 1946; ; Women's Land Army Harvest Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Neck & Sons; after 1927; ; ; 78 (photo)
Neck & Sons; before 1927; ; ; 78 (photo)
Neck & Sons; 1845; ; Drapers and grocers, destroyed by fire; 49
Neck & Sons; 1922; The Square, MH; Agents for National Provincial Bank Ltd.; 41
Neck & Sons; 1926; New Street, MH; Premises destroyed by fire; 33, 51, 77-78
Neck & Sons; 1926; Cross Street, MH; Business transferred to Alexandra House; some stores remained in the Square; 77-78
Neck & Sons; 1936; The Square, MH; New premises built; 41, 78
Neck & Sons; 1937; The Square, MH; Business moved to new premises; 78
Neck & Sons; 1970; The Square, MH; Store sold; 78
Neck & Sons; ; New Street, MH; ; 33 (photo)
Neck family; ; ; Methodists; 56
Neck, Ewart; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Neck, Harvey; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Neck, Jack; ; ; Singer; 106
Neck, John; 1805; The Nods (between 16 and 18 Ford Street), MH; Fire destroyed house; 48
Neck, John Hubert; c1871-1945; ; Lifespan; 78
Neck, John Hubert; 1895; New Street, MH; Took over family business with brother William; 77
Neck, John Steven; early 1900s; New Street, MH; Owned Great House; 34
Neck, John Steven; ; New Street, MH; Magistrate; 34
Neck, Mr.; 1816; Frenchie Court, MH; Curriers shop destroyed by fire; 48
Neck, Mr.; 1916; ; Sons, friends entertained soldiers at hospital; gave concert in Neck & Sons showroom (New Street); 120
Neck, Mr.; 1926; Cross Street, MH; Alexandra House burned in fire of 23 March; 20
Neck, S.H.; 1927; Court Street, MH; Solicitor; 38
Neck, S.H.; 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Neck, S.H. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Neck, S.H. (Mr.); 1912; Cross Street, MH; Speaker, opening of Wesleyan Sunday School; 21
Neck, Samuel Harold; 1949; ; Died; 57
Neck, Samuel Harold; ; ; Solicitor; Parish Council; Almshouse Trust; Board of School Managers; President, Bowring Library Billiard Club; Cricket Club; Magistrates' Clerk to the Justices; Methodist preacher ; 56-57 (incl. photo)
Neck, Simon; 1790; Cross Street, MH; Drapery shop; 77
Neck, Simon Newcombe; 1845; Cross Street, MH; Drapery shop destroyed by fire; 77
Neck, Simon Newcombe; 1845; Near old market place, MH; Set up business after fire on Cross Street; 77
Neck, Simon Newcombe (Junior); 1830; New Street, MH; Took over grocery, added coal, artificial manure, seeds; 77
Neck, T.N.; until 1925; ; Postmaster; 40
Neck, Thomas; 1804; Near the Shambles, MH; Grocery; 77
Neck, Thomas; 1805; New Street, MH; Grocery moved from near the Shambles; 77
Neck, Thomas (Junior); 1867; New Street, MH; Took over family business; 77
Neck, Thomas (Junior); 1884; New Street, MH; Added grain and feedstuffs to store offerings; 77
Neck, Thomas (Junior); 1887; New Street, MH; Added furnishing and gentlemen's clothing and outfitting departments; 77
Neck, Thomas (Junior); 1895; ; Retired; 77
Neck, Thomas (Junior); ; ; Father of William Newcombe Neck and John Hubert Neck; 77
Neck, Thomas Newcombe; 1969; ; Died; 78
Neck, Thomas Newcombe Harvey; 1913; New Street, MH; Entered family business; 77
Neck, Thomas Newcombe Harvey; ; ; Son of William Newcombe Neck; 77
Neck, W.N. (Mr.); 1920; 1 and 2 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Purchased; 43
Neck, William Ewart; c1902-1984; ; Lifespan; 78
Neck, William Ewart; 1915; New Street, MH; Entered family business; 77
Neck, William Ewart; ; ; Son of William Newcombe Neck; 77
Neck, William Newcombe; c1863-1941; ; Lifespan; 78
Neck, William Newcombe; 1895; New Street, MH; Took over family business with brother John; 77
Neck, William Newcombe; ; ; Father of Thomas Newcombe Harvey and William Ewart ; 77
Newman, Charlotte; 1994; 3 Steward Cottages, MH; Address; 126
Newman, Peter; 1974; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Newton, P.I. (Mr.); 1944; ; Colonel, DSO; Commander,14th (Moorside) Battalion, Devon Home Guard; presided, unit's Stand Down ; 121
Nigel, Ben; 1989; 23 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Nigel, Molly; 1989; 23 Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Normington, Mr.; 1964; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Norrish, Edward; 1905; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 84 (incl. photo of hotel), 85
Norrish, Edward (Mrs.); 1909; Ford Street, MH; Became landlady of the Union Inn after leaving the Ring of Bells; 85
Norrish, Frank; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Norrish, Harold; ; Court Street, MH; Owned sweet and confectionery shop; 41
Norrish, Joyce; 1989; 20 Fore Street, MH; Address; 6
Norrish, Mr.; ; ; Married Yvonne Chudley; 4
Norrish, Stan; ; ; Mentioned in photo caption for picture of Ring of Bells pub; 85
Norrish, Stanley; ; ; Ran transport to Exeter; 89
Norrish, Valerie; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Norrish, Yvonne; ; ; Married Mr. Chudley; 4
Northcott, C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Northcott, George; 1919; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Black Horse; 86
Nosworthy family; before 1726; ; Residence at Hayne (house); 44
Nosworthy family (Great Sloncombe branch); 1726-1745; ; Inherited Hayne (house); 44
Nosworthy, B.; 1989; Zany Cottage, Pound Street, MH; Address; 6
Nosworthy, B.E.; 1952-1984; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor; 41
Nosworthy, John L. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Nosworthy, Tom; ; ; Hired out taxis; 92
O'Neill, D. (Mrs.); 1994; 20 Braemar Road, Bridgemary, Gosport, Hants; Address; 126
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); c1900; ; Author of "Told in the Dimpsies" and "Devonshire Idylls"; 43
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); c1900; North Bovey Road, MH; Had two seats placed there for travelers; 43
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); 1900; 2 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Residence; 43
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); 1915; North Bovey Churchyard; Buried; 43
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); 1915; 2 Courtenay Terrace, Station Road, MH; Died; 43
O'Neill, Hannah Cox (Miss); ; ; Friends of Rev. W.H. Thornton and his wife; 43
Opie, A.E. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Opie, Bill; WWII; ; Prisoner of war; home by 1946; 124
Opie, Bill; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Opie, Bill; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Opie, Dorothy (Mrs.); ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Opie, E.M. (Miss); 1989; Robin Hill, MH; Address; 6
Opie, Henry; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Opie, Suzanne N.; ; ; Married Mr. Hill; 5
Opie, W.J.; 1989; Robin Hill, MH; Address; 6
Organ, Miss; WWII; ; Teacher of evacuee children from Eltham; 120
Osborne, Douglas; 1989; Lustleigh; Address; 6
Osmond, Roy; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Grocery Department; 78
Osmond, Sgt.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Osmond, Sgt.; 1910; Fore Street, MH; Headed police station force; 16
Owen, A. (Mrs.); 1989; York; Address; 6
Owen, D.I. (Mrs.); 1989; King Street, Tavistock; Address; 6
Owen, Gerald N.; 1989; Gull Studio, Hatherleigh; Mailing Address; 6
Owen, K.G. (Mr.); 1989; King Street, Tavistock; Address; 6
Oystrer, Mark; ; ; Film industry; 44
Oystrer, Mark; ; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Paddon, Jack; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Paddon, John; 1989; Kennel Cottage, MH; Address; 6
Painter, Mr.; 1927; Lime Street, MH; Purchased granite drinking trough from town; 27
Painter, Mr.; 1927; Court Street, MH; Residence; 27
Painter, Winifred (Mrs.); after 1954; Ford Street, MH; Premier Provisions (shop); 32
Palmer, A.R. (Mr.); 1989; Bowden Farm, MH; Address; 6
Palmer, Leslie; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; saddler; 19 (photo)
Palmer, Leslie; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Palmer, Leslie; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Palmer, Leslie ; ; George Street, MH; Saddler and ironmonger; 42
Palmer, Maud; ; George Street, MH; Saddler and ironmonger; 42
Palmer, Mr.; ; George Street, MH; Saddler and ironmonger; 42
Parker, Albert; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Parker, Bart; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Parker, Frank; 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Parker, Frank; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Parker, Frank; ; Pound Street, MH; Residence; 34
Parker, Frank; ; ; Town refuse collector; 34
Parker, Frank; ; ; Ran transport to Exeter; 89
Parker, Hilda; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Parker, John; ; Pound Street, MH; Residence; 34
Parker, John; ; ; Street cleaner; 34
Parker, Sarah; c1810; ; Married servant of a French general; 52
Parker, Wallace; ; 8 Pound Street, MH; Residence in top part of an old shed, with ladder to get to bed; 34
Parkes Garages; 1987-1988; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor; 41
Parkhouse, Miss; ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Parnell, G. (Miss); until 1916; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Parr family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Parr, Bill; 1953; ; Organizor, local coronation celebration events; 103 (photo)
Parr, Vera (Miss); 1989; 8 Oaksdale Avenue, Crediton; Address; 6
Parr, W. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Clerk, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Parson, K.O.; 1994; Stone Cross Cottage, North Bovey; Address; 126
Partridge, A. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Partridge, Harry J.; 1940; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Passalacqua, Catena; 1989; 10619 Pinyon Aveenue, Tujunga, California 91042, USA; Address; 6
Passalacqua, Frank; 1989; 10619 Pinyon Aveenue, Tujunga, California 91042, USA; Address; 6
Passmore, Jill; 1989; Coppelia House, Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Pavenham, Lord Luke of; 1958; ; Chairman, National Playing Fields Association; opened MH fields; 116 (incl photo)
Payne, Mr.; ; ; Married Pauline Brooks; 6
Payne, Pauline; 1989; 6 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 6
Peardon, Bill; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Peardon, Bill; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Peardon, W.G.; ; ; Hired out taxis; 92
Pearse, Ernest; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Pearse, Fred; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Pearse, L. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Hartlands, Wray Barton, MH; Address; 6
Pearse, Mrs. ; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Pedley, A.G.C. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; South View, Court Street, MH; Address; 6
Peek, Heather (Miss); 1989; Taintona, MH; Address; 6
Peek, R.D. (Rev); 1974-1984; ; Rector; 6
Peek, R.D. (Rev. and Mrs.); 1989; The Barns, Veryan, Truro, Cornwall; Address; 6
Pellowe, Bert; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Penn, Bob; 1944; ; Involved with reformation of Boy Scouts; 58
Penn, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Penny, James C.; 1994; 2 Greenway, Buckden, Huntingdon; Address; 126
Penny, James C.; ; Little Howton, MH; Residence before moving to Huntington; 126
Perkins, Ellen; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Perkins, Guy; ; Elmfield; Owned charabanc; 91
Perkins, Guy; ; Elmfield; Hired out bus for outings; 111
Perkins, Guy; ; ; Charabanc used for outings; 116
Perkins, Mr. and Mrs.; 1927-1949; Cross Street, MH; Grocery store; 25-26
Perkins, Mrs.; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery shop; 17
Perkins, Nicholas; 1989; Combe Viel, Cairn Road, Ilfracombe; Address; 6
Perkins, Patricia; ; ; Married Mr. Rowlands; 7
Perkins, Philip; 1989; 42 Sandfield Road, Arnold, Nottingham; Address; 6
Perkins, Richard; 1989; 17 Dean Court, Lydney, Glos; Address; 6
Perring, D.J. "Peter"; 1963; George Street, MH; Stationers, confectioners, tobacconist and toy shop; 42
Perring, D.J. "Peter"; ; ; Son of Richard Perring; 42
Perring, Judy; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe); 124
Perring, Miss; ; ; Married Mr. Mackay; 6
Perring, Richard; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Perring, Richard; 1989; The Square, MH; Address; 6
Perring, Richard; ; ; Father of D.J. (Peter) Perring; 42
Perring, Richard; ; George Street, MH; Stationers, confectioners, tobacconist and toy shop; 42
Perring, Yvonne; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Perry, E.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Peyton, Mervyn B. (Mrs.); ; ; Mother of Mrs. Dorothea Duff; 44
Peyton, Reynolds (Mrs.); ; ; Cotton firm of Reynolds & Peyton; 44
Peyton, Reynolds (Mrs.); ; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Phillips, J.W. (Mr.); ; Pound Street, MH; Teacher at Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Phillips, Mr.; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Phillips, Ron; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Pickles, Mabel; 1958; ; Presented weekly show, "Have a Go"; 107-108 (incl photo)
Pickles, Wilfred; 1958; ; Presented weekly show, "Have a Go"; 107-108 (incl photos)
Pigott, Anne; 1989; Fairlawn, MH; Address; 6
Pigott, Bob (MRCVS); 1989; Fairlawn, MH; Address; 6
Pike, E.; 1989; 3 Tower Park, MH; Address; 6
Pike, E.M. (Miss); ; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery store previously owned by Frank Townshend; 16
Pike, Henry; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Pike, Muriel; ; ; Married Mr. Rice; 7
Pincott, Ken; 1983; Ford Street, MH; Auditor for R.E. Rihll Chemist, Ltd.; 81 (incl. photo)
Pitcher, David; 1962; Court Street, MH; Court Street Garage (with father); 38
Pitcher, Mr.; 1962; Court Street, MH; Court Street Garage (with son David); 38
Pittman, R. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Place, D. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1994; 10 Hill Road, Wolbrough, Newton Abbot; Address; 126
Place, Derek; 1989; 10 Hill Road, Wolborough, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Place, Loyce; 1989; 10 Hill Road, Wolborough, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Plant, Margaret; 1946; ; Women's Land Army Harvest Queen; 98 (photo)
Pleace, Helen; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Pleace, Helen; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Pleace, J.; 1989; 4 Bidder Close MH; Address; 7
Pleace, Maurice; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Pleace, Roger; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Pocock, Paul E.; 1989; Meadow Cottage, Doccombe, MH; Address; 7
Podger, Betty; 1989; 19 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Podger, Howard; 1989; 19 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Polkinghorne, Mr; ; ; Cornish wrestler; 113
Pollard, D.H.; 1989; Moorhaven, Court Street, MH; Address; 7
Pollard, Edward; 1989; Youlden Farm, North Bovey; Address; 7
Pollard, Florrie; ; Cross Street, MH; Ran Fish & Chips Shop after her mother-in-law; 25
Pollard, Florrie (Mrs.); 1989; 28 Eaton House, Heavitree, Exeter; Address; 7
Pollard, Julie; 1989; Youlden Farm, North Bovey; Address; 7
Pollard, Louie (Mrs.); ; Cross Street, MH; Ran Fish and Chips Shop; 25
Pollard, Mr.; 1866; ; Catered luncheon at opening of railroad in town; 100
Pollard, Mr.; 1866; ; Ran White Hart Hotel; 100
Pollard, Thomas; 1870; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Pollard, Tom; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Pollard, Vera; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Pollard, William; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Ponsford family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Ponsford, Captain; 1808; Lime Street, MH; Extinguishing of fire at Dolphin Public House; 48
Ponsford, John; c1809; ; Surgeon; MH Volunteers; Commisioner over French officers paroled in MH; 52
Ponsford, John (Dr.); 1802-1828; ; Practised in MH; 20
Ponsford, John (Dr.); c1811; ; Commissioner, paroled prisoners during Peninsular War; 20
Ponsford, John (Dr.); 1828; Cross Street, MH; Billing letter written; 25
Ponsford, John (Dr.); ; ; MH Volunteers; 20
Ponsford, John (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Residence at Ponsford House; 20
Potter, John; c1857; Court Street, MH; Kept private boarding school; 62
Power, R. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1970-1988; The Square, MH; Ran Central Stores (previously Neck & Sons); 78
Powlesland, Barbara; ; Cross Street, MH; Helped Florrie Pollard run Fish and Chips Shop; 25
Pratt, F.W.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Preston, Margaret A. Gillam; 1989; 4 Torre Close, Ivybridge; Address; 7
Preston, Mr.; ; ; Married Margaret Gillam; 7
Prigg, A. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Prigg, Archie; ; Brinning Road and Pound Street, MH; Barn used for antiques; 35
Prigg, Archie; ; ; Commercial traveller for Neck & Sons; 78
Prigg, Archie (Mr. and Mrs.); ; Ford Street, MH; Antique shop; 30
Prince family; 1941-c1971; Wooston Farm, MH; Farmers; 73
Prince, Colin; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Prince, Elizabeth; 1989; Ballbrake Cottage, MH; Address; 7
Prince, J.S.; 1989; Hingsdon House, 18 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Prince, Liz; ; ; Mentioned in thanks for support while this book was written; 126
Prince, Richard; 1989; Waterfield, MH; Address; 7
Prince, V.B.; 1989; Hingsdon House, 18 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Pringle, Arthur; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Pringle, Arthur; ; ; Father of Langford and Michael; 124
Pringle, Lanford; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia with his parents; 124
Pringle, Lanford; ; ; Son of Arthur and Nora Pringle; 124
Pringle, Michael; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH with his parents; 124
Pringle, Michael; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Pringle, Michael; ; ; Son of Arthur and Nora Pringle; 124
Pringle, Nora; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Pringle, Nora; ; ; Mother of Langford and Michael; 124
Prior, Bill; ; ; Postman; 40
Prior, Shirley (Miss); 1989; Melrose, MH; Address; 4
Prior, W.E. "Bill"; ; The Square, MH; Ladies and gents hairdresser ; 41
Prowse, Betty; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Prowse, F. (Mr.); 1989; 40 Victoria Road, Exmouth; Address; 7
Prowse, Fred; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Prowse, S. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Prowse, S.J.; ; Lime Street, MH; Dairy; 26
Prowse, S.J. (Mr.); ; Fore Street, MH; Dairy; 77
Puddicombe, Alfred (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Puddicombe, Mr.; 1792; White Hart Hotel, MH; Appointed to hire person to deliver mail ; 39
Punchard, Elsie; 1994; 30 Cotswold Avenue, Cirencester, Glos; Address; 126
Punchard, Spencer; 1994; 30 Cotswold Avenue, Cirencester, Glos; Address; 126
Purser, Fred; 1936; Court Street, MH; Landlord, Plymouth Inn; 82
Pyke, Fred; ; Station Road, MH; Managed Gas Works; 44
Pyke, V. (Mrs.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Quick, Mr.; 1919; Cross Street, MH; Co-owner, the Golden Lion, which was sold that year; 86
Quick, Mr.; 1919; Exeter; ; 86
Radcliffe, Alf; Before WWI; ; Road worker; 75
Radcliffe, Frank; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Raisey, Peter; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Rand, Deborah; 1989; Petworth House, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 7
Rand, Robert; 1989; Petworth House, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 7
Ratcliffe, G.C.; 1945-1948; Fore Street, MH; Owned milliners, boot and shoe and haberdashery shop; 18
Raymont, R. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Read, Stephen M.; 1989; The White Hart Hotel, The Square, MH; Address; 7
Reddaway, Shirley; 1989; Cossick Farm, MH; Address; 7
Redman, Dorrie; ; 18 Embleford Crescent, MH; Residence before marriage to Mr. O'Neill; 126
Redman, Mr. and Mrs.; after 1931; ; Volunteer in maintaining swimming pool; 118
Redwood, Mrs.; ; Pound Street, MH; Residence; 34
Reece, Mrs.; 1942; Court Street, MH; Warden of the hostel housing members, Women's Land Army; 121
Reeman, Betty Christine; 1989; 29 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Reeman, Douglas; ; Pound Street, MH; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" at Pound Street Boys' School; 65 (photo)
Reeman, H.J. (Mr. and Mrs.); ; Bowring Library, MH; Caretakers; 18
Reeman, Harry; ; ; Provided scenery for "The Pied Piper of Hamelin"; 65 (photo of scenery), 106
Reeman, Lily (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Reynolds, S. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Reynolds, Sam; 1942; Court Street, MH; General helper at hostel used by Women's Land Army; 121
Reynolds, Sam; 1989; 23 Forder Street, MH; Address; 7
Reynolds, Sam; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Ribbentrop, Herr von; Before WWII; ; German Ambassador; stayed at Manor House ; 56
Rice, Clinton; 1989; Roseberry, Tasmania; Address; 7
Rice, F.; 1989; Milverton, Asburton Road, Bovey Tracey; Address; 7
Rice, Frank; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Rice, Fred; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Rice, Fred; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Rice, Jim; 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Rice, Jim; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Rice, Jim; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Rice, Judy; 1989; Roseberry, Tasmania; Address; 7
Rice, Leon; 1989; Roseberry, Tasmania; Address; 7
Rice, Michael; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Rice, Michael; 1989; Roseberry, Tasmania; Address; 7
Rice, Mr. ; ; ; Married Muriel Pike; 7
Rice, Muriel Pike (Mrs.); 1989; 33 Orchard Meadow, Chagford; Address; 7
Rice, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Rich, Craig; 1982; Court Street, MH; Opened new swimming pool; weather forecaster on BBC; 118
Richardson, B. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1979-1983; Station Road, MH; Baker's shop (Picnic Basket); 42
Riding, Edwin (F.S.A.A.) ; 1942; Torquay; Borough Treasurer during Fernworthy Reservoir project; 76 (photo of plaque)
Ridsdale Smith, C. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; The Chimes, Fire Street, MH; Address; 7
Rihl, General; c1810; ; French officer parolled in Moreton, married to local girl, and settled in town; 52
Rihl, William; 1838-1866; New Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 52
Rihl, William; between 1838-1866; ; Changed name to Rihll; 52
Rihll family; c1805 on; ; In MH since Napoleonic Wars; 52
Rihll, Albert John; 1883-1902; The Square, MH; Watchmaker; 52
Rihll, Albert John; 1873; New Street, MH; Watchmaker; 52
Rihll, Albert John; 1878; George Street, MH; Watchmaker; 52
Rihll, Blake; before 1945; Fore Street, MH; Owned milliners, boot and shoe and haberdashery shop; 18
Rihll, Blake; ; The Square, MH; Milliner and boot and shoe seller; 53 (incl. photo of shop)
Rihll, Douglas; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Rihll, Douglas; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Rihll, Edward "Ted"; ; The Square, MH; Butcher; 52 (53, photos)
Rihll, Fred; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Rihll, Fred; ; The Square, MH; At Ted Rihll's butcher shop; 53 (photo)
Rihll, H. E. (PLC, MPS, JP); 1989; 1 Manor Drive, Chagford; Address; 7
Rihll, Harry; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Rihll, Harry; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Rihll, Harry; 1934; Cross Street, MH; Purchased Evans' chemist's shop; 79, 80 (incl. photos of labels and ads), 81(incl. photo of shop)
Rihll, Harry; 1936; Court Street, MH; Started Boys Club at Gordon Hall; 37
Rihll, Harry; 1960; ; Member, MH cricket team; 115 (photo)
Rihll, Harry; 1981; Ford Street, MH; Gave R.H. Rihll Chemists, Ltd., to Gilbert Shaw and George Friend; 81
Rihll, Harry; ; Chagford; Purchased Evans chemist's shop from Mr. A.J. Merrifield; 81
Rihll, Harry; ; ; Volunteer in developing town playing fields ; 116
Rihll, Henry Edward "Harry"; ; ; Chemist; 53 (incl. photos)
Rihll, Lloyd; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Rihll, Nat; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Rihll, Ted; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned butcher's shop; 18, 19 (photo)
Rixson, Marianne Brimblecombe; 1989; 95 Newtown, Trowbridge, Wilts; Address; 7
Rixson, Mr.; ; ; Married Marianne Brimblecombe; 7
Robinson, R.H.; 1942; Torquay; Councillor; Member, Waterworks Committee; 76 (photo of plaque)
Rochambeau, General; 1807; ; French officer paroled in town; 52
Rolfe, C. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Tamerton Foliot, Plymouth; Address; 7
Rose, M. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Moor Barton, MH; Address; 7
Rowcliffe, Leslie; WWII; ; RAOC; Military Medal for gallantry in action in the field; 121
Rowe, Mr. ; 1989; 17 St. Lawrence Lane, Ashburton; Address; 7
Rowlands, Mr.; ; ; Married Patricia Perkins; 7
Rowlands, Patricia Perkins; 1989; 30 Park Way, Whetstone, London; Address; 7
Rowse, G. (Mr.); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Honorary Organizer of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Rowse, G.H. (Mr.); 1932-1940; Pound Street, MH; Headmaster, Pound Street Boys' School; 65
Ryall, S.A.; 1989; Stacombe Farm, Doccombe, MH; Address; 7
S.J. Colwill & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
Saffin, Bert; ; Court Street, MH; Worked at bus depot, Devon General Bus Company; 38
Salmon, Jill; 1989; Cothland Barn, Lustleigh; Address; 7
Sample, Doris Cole; after WWII; ; Emigrated to Canada; 124
Sampson, Robert D.F.; 1989; Enfield Cottage, Chagford; Address; 7
Sandeman, E. (M.Sc.M. Inst. C.E.); 1942; Torquay; Engineer during Fernworthy Reservoir project; 76 (photo of plaque)
Sandercock, Ann; 1989; Waterfield, MH; Address; 7
Sanders, George; ; Somewhere else in Devon; Veterinary surgeon; 57
Sanders, Hilary; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Sanders, Hilary; 1946; ; Fairy Queen; 99 (photo)
Sanders, Hilary; ; ; Married Mr. Carr; 4
Sanders, Mary Georgina Badcock; 1989; Woodlands, Exeter Cross, Liverton, Nr Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Sanders, Mr.; ; ; Married Mary Georgina Badcock; 7
Sanders, Robert Cecil; ; ; Veterinary surgeon; 57
Sanders, Thomas; ; Somewhere else in Devon; Veterinary surgeon; 57
Sanders, Tom; ; Court Street, MH; Photo with Will Sanders and their new Cadillac; 93
Sanders, Will; ; Court Street, MH; Photo with Tom Sanders and their new Cadillac; 93
Sanders, William Frederick; before 1945; Pound Street, MH; Veteranary surgeon; owned car; 57 (incl. photo), 91 (incl. photo with car)
Sanders, William Frederick; c1862; ; Born; 57
Sanders, William Frederick; 1945; ; Died ; 57
Sanders, William Frederick; ; ; Father of Robert Cecil, William Henry, Thomas, and George Sanders; 57
Sanders, William Henry; ; Pound Street, MH; Veterinary surgeon; 57, 91
Saunders, Alfred; before 1965; Station Road, MH; Fruit, vegetable and flower shop; 43
Saunders, Alfred; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Saunders, Evelyn (Mrs.); 1989; Hingstone, Lime Kiln Lane, Holbury, Southampton, Hants; Address; 7
Saunders, W.J.; 1926; New Street, MH; Building burned down; 33
Scoble, H. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Scott, J. Creagh; 1940; ; Colonel, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Scott, Margaret; ; ; Married Mr. Fife; 5
Scragg, David; 1989; 1 Colwill Mews, MH; Address; 7
Scriven, A.C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Searle, Ann (Mrs.); 1989; 4 Cross Street, MH; Address; 7
Searle, Derek; 1989; 4 Cross Street, MH; Address; 7
Searle, Eliza; 1857-1860; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 59
Searle, Henry; 1880s; Pound Street, MH; Coal business transferred to grandson Henry Samuel; 59
Searle, Henry; c1860-1885; Pound Street, MH; Coal Business; 59
Searle, Henry; 1806; Chagford; Born; 59
Searle, Henry; 1831; ; Married Eliza Croote; 59
Searle, Henry; 1882; Pound Street, MH; Landlord, three cottages; 59
Searle, Henry; ; ; Son of John and Eliza Searle; 59
Searle, Henry G.; 1857-1860; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 59, 87
Searle, Henry Samuel; 1860; ; Born ; 59
Searle, Henry Samuel; 1900; ; Died; 59
Searle, Henry Samuel; ; ; Grandson of Henry and Eliza Searle; 59
Searle, John; ; ; Son of John and Eliza Searle; 59
Searle, John Croote; 1864; ; Moved from MH to Croyden; 59
Searle, John Croote; ; ; Second son of Henry and Eliza Searle; blacksmith; 59
Searle, John Croote; ; ; Six children: 3 boys and 3 girls; 59
Searle, Samuel; ; ; Son of John and Eliza Searle; 59
Searle, William; ; ; Son of John and Eliza Searle; 59
Sepping, Phillip; 1930s; Kingwell; Pig breeder; 37
Sepping, Phillip; 1930s; Court Street, MH; Pork butcher; 37
Sercombe, Mary; 1881; Cross Street, MH; Widowed; inherited Alexandra House from husband; 20
Sercombe, Mary; 1887; Cross Street, MH; Bequethed Alexandra House to nephew Richard Down; 20
Sercombe, Mary; 1887; ; Died; 20
Sercombe, William; 1853; Cross Street, MH; Purchased Alexandra House; 20
Sercombe, William; 1881; Cross Street, MH; Died; bequeathed Alexandra House to wife Mary; 20
Serpell, D.L. (M. Inst. C.E.); 1942; Torquay; Resident engineer, Fernworthy Reservoir; 76 (photo of plaque)
Setter, S. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Sexton, Frank; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Seymour, F. (Mr.); 1949; Court Street, MH; Wet fish shop; 36
Seymour, Mr.; 1934; St. Andrews Church, MH; Carved oak rood donated in his memory; 12-13
Seymour, Mr.; ; St. Andrews Church, MH; Churchwarden; 13
Seymour, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Seymour, Mrs.; ; ; Lord Hambleden's sister; 44
Seymour, Mrs. (Hon.); 1934; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated carved oak rood in memory of husband; 12-13
Sharland, Bill; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Sharland, Rex; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Sharland, Rex; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Sharon's Flowers; after 1986; Court Street, MH; Moved from Pound Street; 36
Sharon's Flowers; 1985; Pound Street, MH; ; 36
Shaw, Gilbert; 1943-1981; Ford Street, MH; Manager, R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd; 81
Shaw, Gilbert; 1981-1983; Ford Street, MH; Co-owner, R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd.; 81 (incl. photo)
Shaw, Gilbert; 1983; Ford Street, MH; Sold R.E. Rihll Chemists, Ltd to Stefan Janota; 81
Shearman, David; 1989; 10/11 The Square, MH; Address; 7
Shears, John; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Shephard, Muriel; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Sheppard, Jim; say mid-20thc; Fore Street, MH; Owned wool and weaving shop called Gypsy Pegasus Crafts; 17
Sheppard, Jim; ; Fore Street, MH; Sold Gypsy Pegasus Crafts ; 17
Shilan, Iris (Mrs.); 1989; Thornberry Cottage, North Bovey; Address; 7
Shobrooke, William; 1920; Cross Street, MH; Founded Shobrooke & Collier, a printing works; 25
Sibley, Frank; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Sibley, Frank; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Sibley, Frank; ; ; Coachman; 91
Side, Alexander; 1989; 6 Llewellyn Avenue, Neath, West Glamorgan; Address; 7
Side, Maud H.; 1989; 3 Queens Road, MH; Address; 7
Silvey, B. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; Braemar, MH; Address; 7
Simkins, Alison; ; ; Transcribed and typed manuscript of this book; 126
Simkins, R. (Dr. and Mrs.); 1989; School House, MH; Address; 7
Simkins, R.J.J.; 1989; ; Chairman, Moretonhampstad & District Local History Society; 125
Simmonds, Harry; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; painter; 19 (photo)
Simmonds, W.H. (Mr.); During & after WWII; ; First officer in charge of Army Cadet Force; 124
Simmonds, W.H. (Mr.); WWII; ; Teacher of evacuee children from Eltham; 120
Simmonds, W.H. (Mr.); WWII; ; Evacuee schoolteacher; 124
Skerrett, Harry; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Skerrett, Mrs.; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Slee family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Slee, Leslie; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Sloncombe, Joan; before 1745; ; Married John Southmead ; 44
Smethurst, John (Rev.); 1864; Fore Street, MH; Parish Hall (Smethurst Hall) paid for by money he left; 16
Smethurst, John (Rev.); ; ; Unitarian minister; 16
Smith, J. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Smith, Jill E. (Mrs.); 1989; Easton Lea, Lustleigh; Address; 7
Smith, Neville; 1989; Forder Stable Cottage, MH; Address; 7
Smith, Tinker; ; Lime Street, MH; Tinman living upstairs at Geneva Island; 26
Smith, Val; 1989; Forder Stable Cottage, MH; Address; 7
Smith, W.F.D.; ; ; Became 2nd Viscount Hambleden; 56
Smith, W.H. (Mrs.); 1891; ; Made Viscountess Hambleden; 56
Smith, W.H. (Rt. Hon.); 1890; North Bovey, MH and Lustleigh; Purchased 5480 acres; 56
Smith, W.H. (Rt. Hon.); 1891; ; Died; 56
Smith, W.H. (Rt. Hon.); ; ; Father of Lord Hambleden; 44
Smith, W.H. (Rt. Hon.); ; Station Road, MH; Residence at Hayne; 44
Smith, W.H. (Rt. Hon.); ; ; Head of W.H. Smith; First Lord of the Admiralty; Leader of House of Commons; 56
Snell & Hindley; 1947; Station Road, MH; Garage; 42
Snell, Bill; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Snell, E.J. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 3 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 7
Snell, Eric; 1958; ; Participated in the "Have a Go" Show; 108 (photo)
Snell, G. (Mr. and Mrs.); ; Pound Street, MH; Owned shop; 34
Snell, G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Snell, George; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
Snell, George; ; ; Union Inn outing; 112 (photo)
Snell, George (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Snell, George (Senior); Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Snell, George (Senior); 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Snell, P.A.; 1989; Shirley Lodge, Cutting Hill, Lungerford, Berks; Address; 7
Snell, W.G.; 1989; Shirley Lodge, Cutting Hill, Lungerford, Berks; Address; 7
Snow family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Snow, G. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Snow, George; 1882; Pound Street, MH; Tenant of Henry Searle; 59
Snow, George; ; Cross Street, MH; Helped Mrs. Pollard run the Fish and Chips Shop; 25
Snow, William; early 1900s; Steward Mill, MH; Owned corn mill; 74
Solly, Alfred "Ginger"; 1946; ; Carnival collector; 96 (photo)
Solly, Ann; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Soper, Frank; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned butcher's shop ; 18
Soper, George; early 1800s; ; Husbandman; died of starvation (55 years old); 74
Soper, Mrs.; 1798; New Street, MH; Landlord, White Horse Inn; 82
Soper, Thomas; 1823; Market Place, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
South, Mr.; 1807; Ford Street, MH; Granted license as landlord of Union Inn; 85
South, Mr.; 1807; Sainthill; Residence; 85
Southmead family; 15th-17th centuries; ; Owned Wray Barton; 45
Southmead family; 1833; ; Last male member of family died; 44
Southmead, Joan Sloncombe; 1745; ; Inherited Hayne (house); 44
Sparke, Angel (Rev.); 1665-1721; Cross Chapel, MH; Vicar; 22
Sparke, Angel (Rev.); 1721; ; Died; 22
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.; 1967; Fore Street, MH; Opened New Shop; 16
Squires, Ronnie; ; ; Photo of him in Percy Brimblecombe's car; 93 (photo)
Squires, Tom (Mr.); ; Lime Street, MH; Owned butcher's shop; 27
Staddon, B.C.; 1989; Pitt House, MH; Address; 7
Staddon, J.I.L.; 1989; Pitt House, MH; Address; 7
Stamp, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in small thatched cottage; 15
Stanleick, Enid; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Stanleick, Ernest; 1947; Ireland; National Farmers' Union outing; 112 (photo)
Stanleick, Ernest; ; Cross Street, MH; Worked at family's baker's shop; delivered bread in town; 20
Stanleick, Mr.; 1922; ; Named on passenger's luggage ticket; 89 (photo of ticket)
Stanleick, William; ; Cross Street, MH; Baker's shop; 20 (incl. photo of shop)
Steer, James; 1857-1860; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Union Inn; 85
Stephens, Dr.; after 1901; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated flag and flag staff ; 12
Stephens, J. (Dr.); ; Cross Street, MH; Doctor residing and having surgery at Cross Tree House; 25
Stevens (see Gay and Stevens); ; ; ;
Stevens, Dave; 1989; 16 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Stevens, Jill; 1989; 16 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Stevens, John; 1851; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Stevens, John Newcombe; 1835; Station Road, MH; Purchased Hayne from John Courtier; 44
Stevens, Marilyn (Miss); 1989; 3 Fordlands, MH; Address; 7
Stevens, Maurice; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Stevens, Maurice; 1989; 17 Dudley Street, Colne, Lancs; Address; 7
Stevens, Miss; 1838; ; Residence destroyed by fire; 49
Stevenson, John; 1938-1969; Mardon, MH; Peregrine Fur Farm (mink and fox); 77 (incl. photo)
Stock, John; 1987-?; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Stock, Patrick H.; 1989; 20 Becket Road, Bovey Tracey; Address; 7
Stockdale, F.W.L.; ; Manor Place, London; Received mail; 39 (photo of letter)
Stone, M. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Stone, Mary; 1989; Little Laskeys, Chagford; Address; 7
Sussex, William; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned select grocery shop; 16
Sykes, B. (Mrs.); 1989; 64 Goodhart Way, West Wickham, Kent; Address; 7
Sykes, K.H. (Mr.); 1989; 64 Goodhart Way, West Wickham, Kent; Address; 7
Symons, Elsie; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Symons, Mr.; 1989; Station Road, MH; Shop and café: The Acorn; 43
Symons, N.C. (Mr.); 1989; 17 Station Road, MH; Address; 7
T. Mallett & Sons; ; Cross Street, MH; Dairy; 77
Tajima-Simpson, Y., (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 38 Cross Street, MH; Address; 7
Taylor family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Bowring Library, MH; Caretaker; 18
Taylor, Ronald (Mr. and Mrs.); 1944; ; Came to MH from Beaford; 40
Taylor, Ronald E.G.; 1944-1971; ; Postmaster; 40
Temple, H. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Theobald, A.A. (Mrs.); 1989; The Old Police Station, 19 Fore Street, MH; Address; 7
Theobald, F.K.; 1989; The Old Police Station, 19 Fore Street, MH; Address; 7
Theobald, F.K.; 1994; 1 Lime Street, MH; Address; 126
Theobald, Mr.; ; ; Married Pauline German; 7
Theobald, Pauline German (Mrs.); 1989; Marston Lodge, Weydown Road, Haslemere, Surrey; Address; 7
Thomas à Becket; 1170; Canterbury Cathedral; Murdered; 45
Thomas, Connie; 1946; ; Women's Land Army Harvest Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Thomas, Cyril; 1925-1943; ; Postmaster; 40
Thomas, Cyril; WWII; Court Street, MH; Food Officer; 120
Thomas, Cyril; ; ; Post office worker; 40 (incl. photo)
Thomas, Henry; 1883; Ivy Cottages, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Thomas, Joan (Mrs.); ; ; Post office worker ; 40 (incl. photo)
Thompson, Alan; 1989; Beeter Cross, North Bovey; Address; 7
Thompson, R.H. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; The Pennies, Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Thompson's Transports; 1976; Station Road, MH; Housed at old railway station; 44
Thorn, William; 1801; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Thornton, W.H. (Rev. and Mrs.); ; North Bovey Churchyard; Buried; 43
Thornton, W.H. (Rev.); ; ; Wrote "Reflections of a Country Parson'; 126
Thrumble, Mr.; 1957; Cross Street, MH; Took over grocery store from Mr. Eva; 26
Tilby, Mr.; 1903; St. Andrews Church, MH; Donated new organ in memory of wife Pauline; 12
Tilby, Pauline Eugenie; 1903; St. Andrews Church, MH; New organ donated in her memory; 12
Tilling, D.A.; 1960-1977; Cross Street, MH; Ran Alexandra House as a cafe; 20
Tilling, D.A.; 1989; 1 Blenheim Close, The Churchills, Highweek, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Tole, Leonard; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Tomlin, Arthur; 1989; Quinta Road, Torquay; Address; 7
Tonkin; ; Ford Street and Cross Street, MH; Rabbit dealer; 76
Tonkin, P.A.; 1900s; Ford Street, MH; Rabbit trade business; 32
Toone, C.G. (Rev.); 1959; Station Road, MH; Opening of Bowring Mead; 44 (photo)
Toone, C.G. (Rev.); 1959; ; Unitarian Minister; 44 (photo)
Toone, C.G. (Rev.); ; Cross Chapel, MH; Last resident minister; 22
Toone, C.G. (Rev.); ; Lime Street, MH; Last resident minister of Unitarian Chapel; lived at Hornhills; 27
Torr, Cecil; ; ; Wrote "Small Talk at Wreyland"; 125
Towgood, Micaiah; 1722-1736; Cross Chapel, MH; Pastor; 22
Townshend, Frank; ; Fore Street, MH; Owned grocery shop previously owned by William Sussex; 16
Townshend, Frank; ; ; Retired to Exeter; 16
Townson, Peter G.; 1989; Southern Haye, North Bovey Road, MH; Address; 7
Tozer, Miss; c1857; Forder Street, MH; Kept private day-school; 62
Tozer, William; 1801-1814; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 87
Tozer, William; 1808; Lime Street, MH; Fire destroyed his inn, The Dolphin Public House; 48
Treays, Mr. and Mrs.; 1989; Liskeard, Cornwall; Address; 7
Treen, Albert; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Treen, Albert; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Treen, Bill; ; ; Died; 41
Treen, G.M. (Mrs.); 1989; 18 Ford Street, MH; Address; 7
Treen, Gwendolin; 1936; 19 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Treen, Harry; 1936; 19 Pound Street, MH; Residence; 35
Treen, J.; 1989; 14 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Treen, Joy; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Treen, Mrs.; 1945; 35 Ford Street, MH; Home used to form floral archway to celebrate JJ Day; 124
Treen, Muriel; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Treen, R.G.; 1989; 14 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Treen, W.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in one of three weavers' cottages; 15
Treen, W. (Mrs.); 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Tregaskis, Mrs.; 1919; ; Owned old drill hall; had Parish Council remove stored fire engine; 47
Tregaskis, Mrs.; 1919; ; Owned White Hart; 47
Tregaskis, Mrs.; ; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Tregaskis, Richard; 1947; Cross Street, MH; Landlord, Bell Inn; 85
Treleaven & Sons; ; Launceston; Firm housed salesmen at White Horse Inn; 82
Treleaven family; 1792-1883; ; Postmasters; 52
Treleaven family; until 1871; ; Included druggist in business description; 79
Treleaven family; ; New Street, MH; Post Office, stationer, bookseller, hairdresser, chemist, druggist, clock and watch-maker, grocer, and baker; 33, 52
Treleaven, Elizabeth; until 1883; ; Postmaster; 40
Treleaven, John; after 1792; ; Postmaster; 40
Treleaven, John; c1792; ; Postmaster; 39
Treleaven, John; 1792; ; First postmaster; 52
Treleaven, John; ; New Street, MH; Postmaster; 33
Treleaven, Miss; ; New Street, MH; Dressmaker; 51
Treleaven, Silvester; 1759-1825; ; ; 52
Treleaven, Silvester; 1799-1816; ; Diary: "Chronological Occurances in Moretonhampstead"; 33-34, 52, 74
Treleaven, Silvester; before 1926; New Street, MH; Residence; 51
Treleaven, Silvester; ; ; Brother of John Treleaven; 52
Treleaven, Silvester (II); ; ; Postmaster; 40
Treleaven, Silvester (III); ; ; Postmaster; 40
Treleaven, Silvester (Junior); 1838-1897; New Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Treleaven, Silvester (Senior); 1823-1830; Cross Street, MH; Watch and clockmaker; 53
Tremlett, F. (Miss); c1857; Court Street, MH; Kept private day-school; 62
Trevail, Sylvanus; 1901; Fore Street, MH; Architect of Bowring Library; 18
Truscott, Mr.; ; George Street, MH; Landlord, White Hart Inn; 82
Tucker, Bill; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Tucker, Harry; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Tucker, Harry; ; ; Postman; 40 (incl. photo)
Tuckerman, Ted; ; ; Fisherman; appeared on TV with Andrews Gooding; 117
Turner, John Round; WWII; ; Prisoner of war; home by 1946; 124
Turner, John Round; 1946; ; Son-in-law of W. Stanley Bond; 124
Turner, Lorraine; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Underhill, Albert; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Underhill, Albert & Son; ; ; Builders; 74
Underhill, Charles; 1914; Barnstaple; Plymouth Inn outing; 110 (photo)
Underhill, Charles; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Underhill, G.H.; 1989; 47 Broadway, Exeter; Address; 7
Underhill, George; 1930; ; Carnival collector; 95 (photo)
Underhill, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Underhill, Jim; 1945-1954; Station Road (Underbow), MH; Bakery; 43
Underhill, Jim; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Underhill, Jim; 1954; ; Retired due to illness; 43
Underhill, Jim; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
Underhill, Jim; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
Underhill, Lena; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Underhill, William; ; ; Coachman; 91
Underwood, Ailsa; 1989; 68 The Square, MH; Address; 7
Underwood, Michael; 1989; 68 The Square, MH; Address; 7
Underwood, Phyllys (Mrs.); 1989; Forder House, MH; Address; 7
Urwin, C.; 1968; Ford Street, MH; Took over bakery; 32
Vial, Old Dr.; ; 6 Ford Street, MH; Popular character and whist player; 86
Viglis, Joanne; 1989; Homeleigh, Sunwell Farm, Antony, Torpoint, Cornwall; Address; 7
Waddington, A. & Son (see A. Waddington & Son); ; ; ;
Waddington, J.C. (A.M. Inst. C.E.); 1936-1942; ; Managing Director, Fernworthy Reservoir project; 76 (photo of plaque)
Wahl, G.M.; 1989; 2B Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Waldon, Margaret; 1944; ; Came to MH from Beaford; 40
Waldon, Margaret; ; ; Married Clarence Colwill; 40
Waldon, Margaret (Miss); 1944-1989; Court Street, MH; Post office worker; 40
Waldron, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in small thatched cottage; 15
Wales, Prince; 1909; ; Passed through town travelling from Plymouth to Exeter; 100, 104-105 (photos)
Wales, Princess of ; 1909; ; Passed through town travelling from Plymouth to Exeter; 100, 104-105 (photos)
Walkiden, C.S. (Miss); 1989; Courthay, MH; Address; 5
Wannell, Bill; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Wannell, Gloria; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Wannell, R. (Mr.); ; Greenhill, MH; Dairy; 77
Wannell, Robert; ; Greenhill, MH; Owned dairy; 15
Wannell, W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Wannell, Walter; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Ward, S. (Miss); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Wardle, Thomas; ; ; Succeeded Alfred Watson as veterinary surgeon and chemist; 79
Warne, Lily (Mrs.); 1947; ; Second oldest generation at 5-generation family gathering; 59 (incl. photo)
Warner, Miss; ; Court Street, MH; Ran private school from Gordon Hall; 37
Warnes, D.G.; 1989; Moorlands, MH; Address; 7
Warnes, L.A.M.; 1989; Moorlands, MH; Address; 7
Warren, D.G.; 1947; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor with C.E. Dawkins; 41
Warren, David; 1989; Rock Dene, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 7
Warren, Doreen; 1989; Rock Dene, Exeter Road, MH; Address; 7
Warren, Kirsty; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Warry, L. (Mrs.); 1989; Long Park, MH; Address; 7
Warry, Leslie; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Watkins, F.; ; Ford Street, MH; Newsagent; 30
Watkins, Graham; 1994; 5603 West Bavarian Pass, Minneapolis, MN USA; Address; 126
Watkins, Gwen; 1994; North Hey, Chagford; Address; 126
Watkins, Maureen; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Watkins, Mervyn; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Watkins, Mervyn; 1994; North Hey, Chagford; Address; 126
Watkins, Vernon; 1994; 6 Island Close, Staines; Address; 126
Watson, Alfred; 1835; Ford Street, MH; Set up business as veterinary surgeon and chemist; 79
Watson, Jack "Hubert"; 1947; ; Performed in "Whatever Next?" at Smethurst Hall; 107 (photo of ticket)
Watts, Fred; Before WWI; ; Lengthman; 75
Watts, Fred; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Weaver, W.R.; 1923-1932; Pound Street, MH; Headmaster, Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Webb, Linda (Mrs.); 1989; Meavy, 37 Court Street, MH; Address; 7
Webber, Diana; 1989; 8 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 7
Webber, G.; 1989; 30 Pound Street, MH; Address; 7
Webber, J. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Webber, Jim; 1989; 36 Meldon Road, Chagford; Address; 7
Webber, Joyce; ; ; Employee, Neck & Sons Clothing Department; 78
Webber, Mary; 1989; 36 Meldon Road, Chagford; Address; 7
Webber, Mr.; ; ; Champion wrestler; 113
Webber, Percy; 1989; 8 Mount Pleasant, MH; Address; 7
Weeks, John; 1857; ; Carrier (merchandise, etc.) to Newton Abbot; 88
Weeks, John; 1857; Ford Street, MH; Residence; 88
Weeks, Mr.; 1854; Court Street, MH; Stables destroyed by fire; 49
Weir, John; 1994; Meacombe Cottage, Meacombe; Address; 126
Weir, Margaret; 1994; Meacombe Cottage, Meacombe; Address; 126
Wellington, Albert "Duke"; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Wellington, Bert (Mr. and Mrs.); 1939-1945; 5 Court Street, MH; Grocery shop; 36
Wellington, Eileen; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Wellington, Stanley "Duke"; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Wells, Chris; 1989; 7 North Street, Wiveliscombe, Somerset; Address; 7
Wells, R.G. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 375 Baker Street, Enfield, Middx; Address; 7
West, Mary; 1816; Frenchie Court, MH; Died in fire; 48
West, Norman; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
West, Stanley; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Westaway, Ben; ; ; Coachman; 91
Westaway, Bill; WWII; ; Prisoner of war; home by 1946; 124
Westaway, Bill; ; Court Street, MH; Apprentice wheelwright to Edmund Ballamy; 40
Westaway, Jennifer; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Western, M. (Miss); 1935; The Sentry, MH; Judge, Silver Jubilee Celebration Sports Programme; 102 (photo of programme)
Western, Miss; 1931-1938; ; Head teacher, Greenhill School; 62
Westlake, Bill; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Wetherdon, Phyllis; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Wheatley, C. (Mrs.); 1994; Lower Barn House, Sanduck, Lustleigh; Address; 126
Wheaton Publishers, Ltd.; 1989; Hennock Road, Exeter; Address; 7
Wheeler, Jon; 1989; 65 Whiteknights Road, Reading, Berkshire; Address; 7
Wheeler, Sharon; 1989; 65 Whiteknights Road, Reading, Berkshire; Address; 7
Wheelhouse, Valerie; 1989; Grey Gables, Ilsington; Address; 7
Whetlor, Mr. and Mrs.; 1959; Lime Street, MH; Opened The Regent, a café; 26
White, Doris (Mrs.); 1994; Holcombe House, MH; Address; 126
White, Jack; 1924; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
White, Jack; 1940; ; Member, Local Defence Volunteers; 120 (photo)
White, Jack; ; Ford Street, MH; Worked at bakery; 32
White, Jack; ; ; Entertained in various town groups; 106
White, John; 1835-1851; 6 Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Punch Bowl; 85-86
White, Kathleen Gillam (Mrs.) ; 1989; 50 Buller Road, St. Thomas, Exeter; Address; 7
White, Mr.; ; ; Married Kathleen Gillam; 7
White, Mr.; ; Cross Street, MH; Greengrocer's; 20
White, Mrs.; after 1931; ; Volunteer in maintaining swimming pool; 118
White, Paul; 1989; 38 Court Street, MH; Address; 7
Wilcocks, Nina; 1935; ; Carnival Queen; 98 (photo)
Wilkes, David; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Wilkes, Mr.; after 1946; Cross Street, MH; Ran Alexandra House as a cafe; 20
Williams, A. (Miss); 1989; Lampeter, Wales; Address; 7
Williams, Maud; 1935; ; Carnival Queen attendant; 98 (photo)
Williams, Miss; 1920; ; Greenhill School physical training group; 62 (photo)
Williams, W.G.; 1907; Lime Street, MH; Landlord, Dolphin Inn; 87
Willman, C. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Willman, Charlie "Lightning"; Before WWI; ; Road worker; 75
Wills Brothers; 1912; Court Street, MH; Built post office and two houses; 40
Wills Brothers; ; Greenhill, MH; Builders; 74
Wills, Colin; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Wills, D. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 8 Marrow Bank Road, Cove, Farnborough, Hants; Address; 7
Wills, D.J.; 1989; 1 New Mill Cottage, North Bovey; Address; 7
Wills, David; ; ; Boxer; competed in finals of Schools Amateur Boxing Association; 113 (incl photo)
Wills, Derek; 1989; 22 Bowring Mead, MH; Address; 7
Wills, Don; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Wills, G. (Mr. and Mrs.); 1989; 12 Fore Street, MH; Address; 7
Wills, George; c1930s; ; Died; 43
Wills, George; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Wills, George; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Wills, George (Mr. and Mrs.); ; ; Residence at Pepperdon House, MH; 45
Wills, George (of Pepperdon); 1902; Court Street, MH; Built the Lucy Wills Nurses Home in memory of wife Lucy; 38
Wills, George (of Pepperdon); 1905; Station Road, MH; Financed building of Manse for Congregational minister; 43
Wills, John; 1950; ; Student at Primary School; 66 (photo)
Wills, Lucy; before 1902; ; Died; 38
Wills, Lucy; 1902; Court Street, MH; Lucy Wills Nurses Home built in her memory; 38
Wills, M. (Mrs. and Mrs.); 1989; 75 Kennet Avenue, Green Meadow, Swindon, Wilts; Address; 7
Wills, Mark; before 1920; Fore Street, MH; Market Day; 19 (photo)
Wills, Mr.; 1900; ; MH Volunteers; Boer War service; 119 (photo)
Wills, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Greenhill, MH; Lived in small thatched cottage; 15
Wills, Thomas; ; Greenhill, MH; Wheelwright; 15
Wilson, Angela Becker; 1989; 11 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 7
Wilson, M. Major (Mrs.); 1989; 49 Trotsworth Avenue, Virgina Water, Surrey; Address; 7
Wilson, Mr.; ; ; Married Miss M. Major; 7
Wilson, Mr.; ; ; Married Rose Loram; 7
Wilson, Phil; 1989; 11 Embleford Crescent, MH; Address; 7
Wilson, Phil; ; ; Married Angela Becker; 7
Wilson, Rose Loram (Mrs.); 1989; Flat 1, 400 Gasgoine Street, Hastings, New Zealand; Address; 7
Windeat family; 1989; ; No longer in MH; 60
Windeat, W. H.; 1929; Sentry (Sanctuary field), MH; Participated in purchase for £270; 14
Windeat, W.H. (Mr.); by 1930; Lime Street, MH; Rented land for swimming pool to Parish Council; 118
Winmill, F.; 1956; Cross Street, MH; Ran Alexandra House as a cafe; 20
Withecombe, Charles; early 1900s; 8 Cross Street, MH; Grocery; 43
Withecombe, Charles; early 1900s; Station Road, MH; Grocery; 43
Withecombe, Samuel William; 1904; Cross Street, MH; Became owner of Alexandra House; 20
Withecombe, Samuel William; 1919; Cross Street, MH; Sold Alexandra House to Walter Herbert Chapman; 20
Wolland, Mr.; 1800; Drewsteignton; Farmer; 85
Wolland, Mr.; 1800; Cross Street, MH; Sold Bell Inn; 85
Wombwell, D.; 1984-1987; The Square, MH; Garage proprietor; 41
Wonnacott, L.; 1989; 5 St. Davids Place, Red Cow Village, Exeter; Address; 7
Woodley, Bessie; ; Fore Street, MH; Assisted and later succeeded father as newsagent; 17
Woodley, Florence; ; Fore Street, MH; Assisted and later succeeded father as newsagent; 17
Woodley, Sam; ; Fore Street, MH; Lived in cottage; 17
Woodley, Sam; ; Fore Street, MH; Newsagent, fetched papers from the station by donkey cart; 17
Woolacott, L. (Mrs.); 1989; 6 Lime Street, MH; Address; 7
Woolcombe, Robert (Rev.); before 1665; Cross Chapel, MH; Vicar; 22
Woolcombe, Robert (Rev.); 1662; Cross Chapel, MH; Founded chapel; 22
Woolcombe, Robert (Rev.); 1665; ; Imprisoned, Exeter Goal; 22
Woolley, Bill; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Woolley, Bill; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Woolley, David; 1989; The Bookshop, Dawlish; Address; 7
Woolley, Gratton; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Woosey, Mr.; ; ; Married Vicki Avery; 7
Woosey, Vicki Avery (Mrs.); 1989; Southview, Upper Nordens, High Hurstwood, Uckfield, East Sussex; Address; 7
Wooton family; 1989; Meacombe, MH; Address; 7
Wooton, Reg; ; Ford Street, MH; Operator of Rex Cinema; 31
Worrell, Alfred H.; 1912; Ford Street, MH; Landlord, Ring of Bells; 85
Wotton, Arthur; 1920; ; Old Comrades Association outing; 111 (photo)
Wotton, Ernest "Tim"; ; Blackingstone Quarry, MH; Employed; 74
Wotton, Ernest "Tim"; ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton; Mason; 74
Wotton, F. (Mrs.); ; ; Teacher at Greenhill School ; 62
Wotton, Joe; 1911; ; Member, MH town band; 102 (photo)
Wotton, Reg; ; Pound Street, MH; "Pied Piper of Hamelin" at Pound Street Boys' School; 65 (photo)
Wray, Julian; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Wrayford, Samuel; ; ; Poet; 113
Wreford, Mr.; ; ; Married Euth Yeoman; 7
Wreford, Ruth Yeoman (Mrs.); 1989; Queens Road, Buckland, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Wright, Bob; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Wright, Cyril; 1924; ; Attended Greenhill and Mixed Infants School; 64 (photo)
Wright, Cyril; ; ; Postman; 40
Wright, Melvyn; after WWII; ; Emigrated from MH to New Zealand or Australia; 124
Wright, Melvyn; 1989; 33 Ford Street, MH; Address; 7
Wright, R.W. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Wright, Wilfred; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Yates, Ron; 1989; 4 The Square, MH; Address; 7
Yea, Jean; 1989; 68 Crediton Road, Okehampton; Address; 7
Yea, Wendy (Mrs.); 1989; 200 Oxford Street, Woolahra, Sydney, Australia; Address; 7
Yeoman brothers; ended in 1950s; ; Rabbit dealers; 76
Yeoman family; c1939-1989; Station Road, MH; Residence; 58
Yeoman family; ; ; Local entertainer for 50 years; 107
Yeoman, Alan; 1989; The Warren, Bradley Estate, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Yeoman, Brian; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Yeoman, D. (Mr.); 1989; Youlden Farm, North Bovey; Address; 7
Yeoman, Daisy M.; 1989; 10 Station Road, MH; Address; 7
Yeoman, Dennis "Jimpy"; 1970-1987; ; Local Fire Service; 58
Yeoman, Dennis "Jimpy"; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Yeoman, Fred; 1958; ; Opening of the playing fields; 116 (photo)
Yeoman, H. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Yeoman, Harry; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Yeoman, Ivy; ; ; Mother of Roy and Rex; 58
Yeoman, Ivy (Mrs.); ; ; Daughter of Charles Bailey; 58
Yeoman, Ivy (Mrs.); ; ; Died young; 58
Yeoman, Ivy (Mrs.); ; ; School teacher at both town schools; pianist; 58
Yeoman, John; 1958; ; Football team; 114 (photo)
Yeoman, M.H. (Mrs.); 1989; 16 Prospect Terrace, Newton Abbot; Address; 7
Yeoman, Mr. and Mrs.; ; ; Parents of Oliver Yeoman; 121
Yeoman, Mr. and Mrs.; ; Lime Street, MH; Residence at Kinsman's Dale; 121
Yeoman, Mrs.; 1958; ; Over 60s Club outing; 112 (photo)
Yeoman, Oliver; 1949-1973; ; Local Fire Service; 58
Yeoman, Oliver; WWII; ; Sergeant, REME; Awarded Distinguished Service Medal; 121
Yeoman, Oliver; 1930; Pound Street, MH; Attended Pound Street Boys' School; 64 (photo)
Yeoman, Oliver; ; ; Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H Yeoman; 121
Yeoman, Reg; ; ; Father of Roy and Rex; 58
Yeoman, Reg; ; ; Married Daisy May Chudley after Ivy died; 58
Yeoman, Reg (Junior); 1956-1972; ; Local Fire Service; 58
Yeoman, Reg (Senior); 1935-1956; ; Local Fire Service; 58
Yeoman, Rex; after 1944-1962; ; Associated with Boy Scouts; 58
Yeoman, Rex; 1962; ; Died; 58
Yeoman, Roy; after 1944-1967; ; Associated with Boy Scouts; 58
Yeoman, Roy W.; 1989; 10 Station Road, MH; Address; 7
Yeoman, Ruth; ; ; Married Mr. Wreford; 7
Yeoman, S. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Yeoman, Stan; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)
Yewe, Thomas Goss; 1907; George Street, MH; Stationers, confectioners, tobacconist and toy shop; 42
Yewe, Thomas Goss; ; Court Street, MH; Wheelwright after Edmund Ballamy; 40
Young, E. (Mrs.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Young, R. (Mr.); 1944; ; Member, Home Guard; present at Stand Down; 122 (photo)
Young, Reg; before 1973; ; Badger digging; 118 (photo)

* Ken Darke <ken.darke[at]virgin[dot]net> has written to the indexer stating that Leonard and Charlie are his father and uncle, respectively, and that the family spells the name "Darke".

                             Addendum:     Great Fire at Moreton [Cross Street] on Friday the 12th Day      of Sept. 1845  about one o'clock in the morning     (Photo available in "Memories of Moretonhampstead", page 50.)     The photo is small and the original is handwritten, so please      use this list only as a guide and consult the original or the      photo yourself for the greatest accuracy.)     Owners' Names            Occupiers' Names    No. of Inmates1    J. Mann                  S. N. Neck                82    Guscott                  S. Ballamy                33     Do                      F. Endacott               34     Do                      Wm.  Eva                  35    John Daiment             J. Daiment                26     Elias Dugle             Thomas Holman             57    Richard Taylor           Richard Taylor            48    [Mrs. or Wm.] M. Gray    Frank Williams            69     Do                      Elias Simmons             310   Betty Colridge           William England Jr.       311    Do                       Do                       212    Do                      Wm. Taverner Jr.          813   John Hill                John Hill                 714   Richard Hill             Susan Laskey              315   Churchwardens            Frances Tremlett          116    Do                      Alex Hutchings (?)        417    Do                      J.R. Hill                 818    Do                      Rich Hill                 119   Tailor and others        Joshua Horrell            520   [Mrs. or Wm.] Greenslade Susan Merry               121    Do                      John Warren               622    Do                      James Salter              423   Thos. Mardon             John Hill Sr.             324    Do                      Jacob Stan..[Illeg.]      625    Do                      John Brooking             426    Do                      Lee                       227    Do                      Grace [Illeg.]            228   Geo. Endacott            Betty Hutchings           129    Do                      Isaac Bar.. [Illeg.]      230   Rich Tailor              Thos (?) Heale (?)        231   Geo Endacott             Mary [Illeg.]             232    Do                       Not occupied33   Wm. Walling              Wm. Walling               834    Do                      J. Croot & H. Searle      835   A. (?)  Norrish (?)      .. [Illeg.] Short         236    Do                         [Illeg.]               [3 or  5]37    Do                         [Illeg.]               438    Do                         [Illeg.]