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Game List, County of Devon

Western Times - Saturday 10 October 1846

Transcribed by

Lindsey Withers

 
     
GAME LISTS
COUNTY OF DEVON.
Arranged and Published by
JOSEPH WELCH, SURVEYOR, EXETER
 
THIRD PUBLICATION
LIST of Persons who have taken out General Game Certificates at £4 0s. 10d. each, including the Additional Duty of
10 per cent., under the Act of 3 Vict., cap. 17.
 
Schedule D.
Alsop, John, Dartmouth
Amery, Jasper, Lustleigh
Anning, Henry, Dawlish
Ashford, J. R., Pinhoe
 
Badcock, John, Crediton
Bardgman, Geo., Dartmouth
Bartlett, Willm., St. Mary Church
Bartholomew, D. W. H., Morchard Bishop
Board, W. Reed, Leigham, Bickleigh
Brewer, Richard, Whitestone
Brook, Robert, Hilltown, Oakhampton
Butland, Geo. Knigh., Tormoham
Buckingham, Rev. Jas., Burrington
 
Cann, Geo. jun., South Tawton
Carew, Rt. Baker, Tiverton
Carew, Thomas, Tiverton
Cater, John, St. Mary Church
Charley, William, Kentisbury
Champernowne, Hy., Dartington
Chichester, Cap. Geo., Arlington
Chichester, Rev. Rob. Heny., Chittlehampton
Clarke, Thomas, Uffculm
Cloberry, John Herring, Langstone, Lamerton
Cox, Charles, Linton
Collehole, Wm., Merton
Cockram, William, Chulmleigh
 
Dacie, Geo. Lane, Exeter
Davy, John, Rose Ash
 
Edmonds, Ths. H., Totnes
 
Foss, Andrew, Diptford
Fortescue, W. B., East Allington
 
Garratt, John, jun., Farringdon
Gill, William, Plymouth
Gillham, Thomas, Burliscombe
Glubb, Peter, Rev., Little Torrington
Gorwyn, Rd. Lambert, St. Thomas
Golsworthy, Thos., St. Thomas
Goodridge, John, East Teignmouth
Grills, Henry, Charleton
 
Hailes, J. D., Loddiswell
Hearder, Geo. E., Tormoham
Hewett, Jas. Row, Silverton
Hodge, Samuel, Stoke Gabriel
 
Jackson, William, Bovey Tracey
Jackman, Robt., Burliscombe
Johns, Rev. Thos., Vicarage, Bradstone
 
Kerslake, John, Jacobstowe
King, John, Holne
 
Landry, Wm., Holne
Lempriere, Rev. Everard, Meeth
Ley, Richard, North Molton
Lee, Alen, Barnstaple
Loosemore, Rob., Rose Ash
 
Macdonald, Rev. D., West Alvington
Mallock, Chas. H., Cockington
Matthews, Chas., Bradninch
Michelmore, Chas. F., Totnes
Millar, G. F., St. Leonard
Mudge, Z. Rich., Beechwood
 
Newman, T. H., Mamhead
Newland, Rd. Bingham, Bovisand, Wembury
Northcote, H. Arthur, Yealmpton
 
Owen, Thos. jun., Pinhoe
 
Parker, John, sen., St. Thomas
Pasmore, John, Newton St. Cyres
Phaire, Fredk. Richd., Plymouth
Pisson, James, Plymouth
Pitts, Edwin, Drewsteignton
 
Reed, John, Abbots Bickington
Row, Joseph, Great Torrington
Roskelly, John, Willsworthy
 
Sanders, E. A., Heavitree
Shepherd, Josh., Exeter
Skinner, Jno. sen., North Tawton
Snell, William, North Tawton
Strong, Wm., Drewsteignton
Studdy, Henry, Stoke Gabriel
 
Tanner, William, Rose Ash
Tuckerman, Wm., Charleton
 
Walter, William, Bradworthy
Wellington, Rev. W., Upton Hellions
White, John, Yardbury, Colyton
 
Yarde, John, Trobridge House
 
[Errata. - In the last Publication, the name of James Burdon Clyde was published in error, Mr Clyde not having taken
out a Certificate.]
 
Schedule A. and B.
GAME KEEPERS, being Assessed Servants, at £1 7s. 6d. under the Act of the 3rd of Vic., 17.
 
NAME. RESIDENCE. BY WHOM APPOINTED.
Camp, Robert Buckland Monachorum Sir Anthony Buller, for various Lands.
Gilbert, Thomas Puslinch Rev. Jas. Yonge, for Puslinch, Coombe, &c.
Gard, George Teignrace Duke of Somerset, for Teignrace, Highweek, Kingsteignton,
    Hennock, Ilsington, and Bovey Tracey Manor.
Hayter, Wm. Tamerton Foliott Rev. Walter Radcliffe, for Tamerton Foliott, Longford, and
    other Lands.
Hockey, Wm. Creedy Col. H. R. Ferguson Davie, for Creedy and Sandford.
Lewis, David Em Grimston John Collier, Esq. for the Manor of Em Grimstone and
    Monkshill.
Stephens, Saml. East Allington W. B. Fortescue, Esq. for the Manor or Royalty of East
    Allington.
Taylor, John Lewtrenchard Wm. Baring Gould, Esq. for the Manors of Orchard
    Waddlestone and Lewtrenchard.
Vincent, Rich. Bickleigh Sir Ralph Lopez, Bart., for the Manors of Maristowe,
    Bickleigh, Buckland Monachorum, Meavy, Walkhampton,
    Shaugh Prior, and other Lands.
 
LICENSED TO DEAL IN GAME.
Algar, John, Tavistock
Bassett, Francis, Okehampton
Jones, Ann, West Teignmouth
Penwarden, Richard, Tavistock
Wench, John, Sidmouth
Woodley, Henry, Tormoham.
 
Made up to the 7th of October, 1846.
By order of the Board,
CHARLES PRESSLY            
Stamps and Taxes.   Secretary
     
PENALTIES.
The Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes hereby give Notice, that every person taking, killing, or pursuing Game
without first obtaining a Certificate, incurs a penalty of £20, and is also liable to be surcharged in double the amount
of the Certificate Duty.
Any person in pursuit of Game refusing on being duly required to produce his Certificate, or to permit the same to be
read, or a copy thereof to be taken, or refusing to declare his true name and place of residence, also incurs a penalty
of £20.
Gamekeepers are desired to take notice that a Certificate at the rate of £1 7s. 6d. will not authorize any person to kill
Game beyond the limits of the Manor for which he is deputed; and, in order that a Certificate at such rate of Duty
may protect a Gamekeeper, it is requisite, not only, that he should be deputed by some Lord or Lady of a Manor or
reputed Manor, but also that such Deputation should be registered with the Clerk of the Peace, of the Gamekeeper
will be liable to be surcharged in double the Duty of £4 0s. 10d. and also to be prosecuted by any common Informer
for the penalty of £20.
N.B. It is the intention of the Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes to publish in a separate List the names and
residences of all persons surcharged in double Duty for sporting without Certificates.

Brian Randell, 4 May 2012