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A chapter in the history of the Chapel of St. James in the borough of Okehampton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 33 (1901) pp. 640-650.


J.D. Prickman

Prepared by Michael Steer

St James is a Chapel of Ease situated in the heart of Okehampton town. It is an ecumenical chapel and belongs to the Town of Okehampton. It was restored by Ashworth in 1862 and is built of medieval granite. There is Tudor and 18th century woodwork, with a reader's desk and a pulpit dated 1662. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
Adams, Theophilus 641
Alford, John 643
Amyatt, Mr James 649
Arscott, Rebecca 649
Basset, Thomas 648
Bate, Mr 649
Bawden, Richard 643
Bedford, Duke of 646
Bridges, James Coleman 646
Brooking, William 645, 648
Burd, Mrs Ann 649
Butler, Thomas 641
Carrington, James MA 645
Carter, Richard 649
Cartwright, Noah 645
Charles, Mr Arthur 640
Cornish, Mr Edward 649
Cory, Nicholas 648
Davy, William 649
Doidge, William 647
Downall, Archdeacon 650
Drew, Geoffrey 641
Drew, Joseph 645, 648
Eales, Richard 649
Edwardes, Mr Timothy 649
Edwards, Richard 645
Edye, Edmund 640, 646
Elizabeth 641
Exeter, John Lord Bishop of 648
Geare, Nicholas 645
George III 647
Growden Robert 640-1
Growden, William 643
Henry VIII 640-1
Hockin, John 647
Hockin, Rev Thomas Pearse 647-8, 650
Hole, Rev Humphry Aram 642, 644-6, 649-50
Hole, Mr Richard 644, 647
Hooper, Mary 648
Howard, Ann 645, 648
Howard, John 647
James I 642-3
Lee, John 646
Limebeer, William 649
Luxmoore, Charles 649
Luxmoore, Henry 647
Luxmoore, Mr Solon 640, 642, 647
Luxmoore, Thomas Bridgman 646-7
Luxmoore, Thomas Bridgmen jnr 648
Luxmoore, Thomas Corydon 646
Moon, Francis 645
Moor, William 645
Newcombe, James 645
Norton, R 642
Nottle, John 646
Pedler, Ann 645, 647
Phillips, Jacob 645
Place, John 645
Price, Rev Rees 650
Randall, Mr John 649
Rattenbury Journal 641, 646-7
Rattenbury, John 643
Roberts, Mr 649
Rowe, Mr John 641
Scanes, Rev (also Skanes) 647, 650
Scott, Dr William 642, 645
Seldon, Elizabeth 645
Shepherd, Mr John 649
Silk, Mr John 650
Southcott, Richard 645
Stone, Sarah 648
Stone, Susannah 645
Tapp, Matthew 648
Urban, Pope 640
Vickry, Rev Christopher Cunningham 642, 644-6, 649-50
Vickry, Mr John 650
Walter, Mr John 650
Webber, Henry 641
Weeks, Margaret 645
Weeks, William 645-6, 648-50
Woodman, Henry 645, 648
Woollcombe, William Loveys 645