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Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries

Index to Article Titles, 1900 to 2000

(Excluding all Additional Volumes)

Prepared and kindly provided by Norman Annett

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Subject Rest of Title Volume Years Pages
A New Song to an Old Tune,   26 1954-55 187
Abbot, Bonus, Prelude to, 23 1947-49 184
Abbot, Gabriel Donne, 23 1947-49 122
Abbot, Bonus, 22 1942-46 341
Abbot, John White, 22 1942-46 205, 301
Abbot, John, plasterer, 14 1926-27 289
Abbots Bickington,   25 1952-53 102
Abbot's Lodge, Armorial Bearings at, The Close, Exeter, 9 1916-17 97
Abbots, Tavistock, Of, 22 1942-46 159, 174, 186, 194
Abbotsham, Court, Bygone Days of, 11 1920-21 289-95
Abbotsham, Church, Bell Inscriptions, 12 1922-23 25
Abbotsham,   27 1956-58 95
Abbotsham,   26 1954-55 101
Abbotsham, Bounds of, 22 1942-46 201
Abbotskerswell,   20 1938-39 77
Abbotskerswell, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Abbotskerswell, Name Derivation, 1 1900-01 47, 70, 71,
Abbotskerswell, St.Mary The Virgin, 26 1954-55 165
Abbott, Arms, 13 1924-25 246
Abingdon, Berks, 16 1930-31 98
Abraham, Captain, 33 1974-77 357
Account Book, Courtenay Pole's, 22 1942-46 200, 239, 251
Accountancy, Primitive, in Devon, 19 1936-37 160
Ackland, Baldwin of Tiverton, d.1732, 1 1900-01 168
Ackytoashy, Proverbial Saying, 13 1924-25 16
Ackytoashy,   12 1922-23 48, 75, 76, 168
Acland, Family, 33 1974-77 225
Acland, Family, 25 1952-53 108
Acland, Family, 17 1932-33 360
Acland, Lady Harriet, 17 1932-33 8
Acland, Lady Harriet 18 1934-35 185
Acland, Sir Thomas, 14 1926-27 153
Acoustic Jars in Churches,   4 1906-07 236
Acre, Borough, 15 1928-29 355
Acton, of Bradleigh, 30 1965-67 276
Actresses, Medieval, 26 1954-55 26
Adam, Rector of Combe Pyne, 20 1938-39 278
Adams, Dr.William, 19 1936-37 34
Adams, John Couch, 27 1956-58 331
Adams, Maxwell, In Memoriam, 11 1920-21 193
Adams, Samuel, 14 1926-27 5
Addington, Family, 15 1928-29 7, 348
Addington, Henry, Viscount Sidmouth, 4 1906-07 79
Address, Loyal, of Bideford, 15 1928-29 95
Adlam, Rev.Richard, 18 1934-35 34, 85, 86
Admiralty Telegraph, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 202, 317
Advowson, Wembworthy, 16 1930-31 339
Aggot, Mr. of Chagford,185?, 7 1912-13 177
Agincourt, Battle of, 22 1942-46 226
Agincourt, Battle of, 13 1924-25 61
Agincourt, Battle of and loans for, 12 1922-23 200, 269
Agincourt, Battle of, 12 1922-23 301
Agnus Dei,   19 1936-37 259
Alberica, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Aleppo Merchant, (E.I.Co.)   29 1962-64 264
Alexander, John J. 22 1942-46 113
Alfelmestone, Manor of, 17 1932-33 62
Alfelmestone, Manor of, 14 1926-27 300
Algar, F., 15 1928-29 60
Algerines, Nickname, Exeter, 10 1918-19 90
Alias,   16 1930-31 51
Alias, Double, 12 1922-23 175
Alingeston, Manor of, 2 1902-03 61
Alleriga,   14 1926-27 61
Allet, Manor in Cornwall, 13 1924-25 214
Alley, Jerom, 19 1936-37 35
Alley, Jerom, 18 1934-35 372
Alley, Bishop William, 15 1928-29 39
Allhallows, Church, Exeter, shorthand in registers, 6 1910-11 17
Allhallows, Eve, Begging Fire, 12 1922-23 58
Allhallows, School, 28 1959-61 174, 263
Allhallows, School, 29 1962-64 285
Allington, East, plan of, 34 1978-81 261
Alliston, Robert, Confessions of at Tiverton, 30 1965-67 259
Almshouse, The Old, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 133
Almshouses,   32 1971-73 240
Almshouses, Livery Dole, Exeter, 22 1942-46 329
Alored the Marshall,   13 1924-25 126
Alphington, Women of, 16 1930-31 249
Alphington, Manor of and Neville family, 6 1910-11 224
Alphington, Font Symbolism, 4 1906-07 129
Alsop, Robert, 14 1926-27 259
Alston House, Malborough, 16 1930-31 193
Altar Tables,   23 1947-49 26
Altar Tables, Sandford, 3 1904-05 105, 201,
Altarnun,   30 1965-67 240
Altarnun, Traditions from, 35 1982-86 21
Altarnun, Trelawney farm, 23 1947-49 157
Altars, Stone 28 1959-61 90
Altars, Exeter Cathedral 34 1978-81 1
Altars, Medieval, in Tavistock Church, 20 1938-39 16
Altar-stone, Musbury, 14 1926-27 171
Alurintona, Identifiction of, 21 1940-41 214
Alverton,   14 1926-27 350
Alwington,   21 1940-41 117, 180
Alwington, Church, Heraldry,, 20 1938-39 324
Alwington, Manor Rolls, 10 1918-19 128
Amen (Christian name),   17 1932-33 126
Amery, Peter F.S., In Memoriam, 4 1906-07 249
Amery, J.S., 15 1928-29 289
Ammil, Dartmoor, 29 1962-64 285
Amor, Family, 19 1936-37 33
Amory,   25 1952-53 107
Amphitheatre, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 30, 85, 133, 184, 375
Analecta Andrea du Chesne,   19 1936-37 318, 370
Ancestry, Traditional, 7 1912-13 111
Anchusa Officinalis,   26 1954-55 109
Andrew, John, Map of Plympton, Shaugh and Cornwood, 30 1965-67 303
Andrew, John, 14 1926-27 163
Andrews, Arms of, 13 1924-25 318
Angel Inn, Okehampton, 9 1916-17 159
Anglo-Saxon, Charters, 15 1928-29 10
Anglo-Saxon, Charters, Devon, 20 1938-39 370
Anning, Mary, 34 1978-81 341
Annivellars' College, Exeter, 11 1920-21 270
Anonymous Volume,   23 1947-49 54, 123
Anstey's Cove,   21 1940-41 112
Anstis, Rev.George, Colyton Vicar, 4 1906-07 13, 95,
Anstis, John and Colyton, MS., 4 1906-07 191
Anstis, Rev. George, Vicar of Colyton, 3 1904-05 238
Anti-Semitism, In the West, 21 1940-41 207
Antrover, William, 14 1926-27 32
Apothecaries,   35 1982-86 159, 368
Apothecaries,   32 1971-73 17, 39, 129
Apothecary, Thomas, Edward(e)s 37 1992-96 204
Apple Tree Charms,   3 1904-05 156
Apple Tree Charms, House in High Street, 2 1902-03 113, 206,
Apple Trees in the Middle Ages,   30 1965-67 120, 172
Apple Trees, Toasting of, 7 1912-13 112
Apple Trees, Custom of toasting, 7 1912-13 112
Apple Varieties, Of former days, 23 1947-49 323
Appledore Railway,   30 1965-67 240
Appledore, The 'Tigress' of, 23 1947-49 364
Appledore, The 'Tigress' of, 22 1942-46 164
Appledore, Custom house, 15 1928-29 165, 167
Apples, Tom Putt, 9 1916-17 60
Apples, Tom Putt, 7 1912-13 47, 64, 99, 140
Apprentice Indenture, Thomas Heller, 1792, 4 1906-07 152
Apprentice Indenture, Domestic Servant, 1732 1 1900-01 13
Apprentices' Warning Piece, Chapbook of 1641, 1 1900-01 219
Apprentices, at Yealmpton, 34 1978-81 192
Apprentices, Widecombe, 35 1982-86 143
Apprentices, Parochial registers of, 22 1942-46 32
Apprentices, Bristol and Devon, 1540-1640, 20 1938-39 36
Apprentices, Bristol and Devon 1540-1640, 19 1936-37 177
Apprenticeship Pauper, in Devon 1834-1844, 30 1965-67 145
Apprenticeship Deed,   16 1930-31 263
Arbalister, Family, 24 1950-51 112, 161
Archaeological Bulletin G.B.& I. 1945-49,   25 1952-53 176
Archaeological Site, Cornwall and the Tristan Story, 37 1992-96 202
Archbishop's court,   14 1926-27 222
Archer, Engraving of Mr., in prison, 10 1918-19 63
Architect, Henry Lyon, 37 1992-96 220, 252, 284
Architect, Aston Webb and E.Ingress Bell, 37 1992-96 305
Architecture, Exeter, 35 1982-86 124
Argant bad, Canon Doyle's 'Life of St.Mawgan', 19 1936-37 327
Arius, Grin of, 12 1922-23 202
Arius, Grin of, 12 1922-23 271, 272
Arlington Court,   29 1962-64 237
Armada Chests,   15 1928-29 193, 293, 365, 366
Armada, Early, 14 1926-27 32
Armada, Capt. W.Cox of Plymouth, 5 1908-09 165
Armaments, Devon in 18th century, 7 1912-13 21
Armenians in S.Devon,   16 1930-31 340
Armorial Christening Mug, Taylor-Floyer family, 3 1904-05 32
Armorial Plates, in Risdon, 22 1942-46 23
Armorials of Religious Houses,   24 1950-51 148, 197
Armour in Churches,   10 1918-19 61
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 84, 85, 86
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 124
Armour in Churches, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 175
Arms of Courtenay,   4 1906-07 268
Arms, coats of Abbot, 13 1924-25 246
Arms, coats of Addington, 15 1928-29 7
Arms, coats of Andrews, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of Arundell, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Ashburton, 26 1954-55 89, 239
Arms, coats of Barnstaple, 28 1959-61 147
Arms, coats of Berry, 15 1928-29 315
Arms, coats of Bicton, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Bideford, 13 1924-25 170
Arms, coats of Bidwell, 15 1928-29 103
Arms, coats of Bidwell, 13 1924-25 6
Arms, coats of Bigbury, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Bluett, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of Bonville, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of Borough of Great Torrington, 23 1947-49 387
Arms, coats of Bourchier, 15 1928-29 293
Arms, coats of Brock, 14 1926-27 70
Arms, coats of Brooking, 16 1930-31 9, 341
Arms, coats of Brooking, 15 1928-29 366
Arms, coats of Buckland Brewer Church, 23 1947-49 88
Arms, coats of Buller, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of Burton, 17 1932-33 171
Arms, coats of Call, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of Camperdown, 6 1910-11 244
Arms, coats of Carew, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of Carew's Scroll of, 22 1942-46 260
Arms, coats of Carkeke, 13 1924-25 157
Arms, coats of Carminow, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Catrick, 14 1926-27 78
Arms, coats of Champernowne, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of Chantrell, 15 1928-29 49
Arms, coats of Cheney, 15 1928-29 59
Arms, coats of Chudleigh, 13 1924-25 194
Arms, coats of Clare, 17 1932-33 200
Arms, coats of Colan, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of Cooke or Coke, 16 1930-31 172
Arms, coats of Corbyn, 15 1928-29 65
Arms, coats of, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 314
Arms, Coats of, Couch, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, Coats of, Courtenay, 13 1924-25 60, 319
Arms, Coats of, Courteney, 19 1936-37 82
Arms, coats of, Creuse, 15 1928-29 65
Arms, coats of, Crymes, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Dartmouth, 5 1908-09 137
Arms, coats of, Depicting fish, 11 1920-21 126
Arms, coats of, Derneford, 13 1924-25 56
Arms, coats of, Devonshire Fireplace, On a, 28 1959-61 265
Arms, coats of, Difference in, 19 1936-37 218
Arms, coats of, Docton, 15 1928-29 49, 52
Arms, coats of, Doddiscombe, 13 1924-25 194
Arms, coats of, Drake of Ashe, 16 1930-31 244
Arms, coats of, Drayton, 15 1928-29 103
Arms, coats of, Duke, 14 1926-27 293, 361
Arms, coats of, Duntze, 24 1950-51 120
Arms, coats of, Edgcumbe, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Exeter, see of, 17 1932-33 299, 300
Arms, coats of, Exmouth, 23 1947-49 91
Arms, coats of, Fallapit, 13 1924-25 8
Arms, coats of, Fissacre, 14 1926-27 15
Arms, coats of, Fry, 15 1928-29 218
Arms, coats of, Fulford, 9 1916-17 62
Arms, coats of, Giffard, 15 1928-29 7, 59
Arms, coats of, Gilbert, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Gill, 14 1926-27 361
Arms, coats of, Glanville, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Gorges, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Grandisson, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Gun Wharf, Devonport, 20 1938-39 254
Arms, coats of, Harding, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Hart, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Harwood, 15 1928-29 293
Arms, coats of, Hearle, 15 1928-29 52
Arms, coats of, Heath, 14 1926-27 293, 361
Arms, coats of, Hidon, 13 1924-25 60
Arms, coats of, Hill, 15 1928-29 220
Arms, coats of, Hockmore, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Hodder, 14 1926-27 58
Arms, coats of, Hodder, 13 1924-25 277
Arms, coats of, Horton, 14 1926-27 292
Arms, coats of, Hulle, 15 1928-29 220
Arms, coats of, Ilbert, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Isack, 15 1928-29 218
Arms, coats of, Joce, 16 1930-31 348
Arms, coats of, Kelly, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Kerkeet, 13 1924-25 157
Arms, coats of, Keyes, 17 1932-33 292
Arms, coats of, King Charles I in Exeter, 22 1942-46 190
Arms, coats of, Kingdon, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Knightley, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of, Lacy, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Lavington, 17 1932-33 300
Arms, coats of, Leach, 14 1926-27 1
Arms, coats of, Lovell, 15 1928-29 243
Arms, coats of, Manaton, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Manningford, 9 1916-17 54
Arms, coats of, Mapowder, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Mill, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Moore, 15 1928-29 315
Arms, coats of, Morice, 15 1928-29 15
Arms, coats of, Morville, 14 1926-27 69
Arms, coats of, Newcomen (?), 13 1924-25 49
Arms, coats of, O'Carrill, 20 1938-39 182
Arms, coats of, Oldham, 17 1932-33 153, 156, 201
Arms, coats of, Paulet, 17 1932-33 167
Arms, coats of, Pole, in Colyton Church, 25 1952-53 74
Arms, coats of, Pollard, 25 1952-53 223
Arms, coats of, Pollard, 26 1954-55 63
Arms, coats of, Pomeroy, 25 1952-53 133
Arms, coats of, Potter, 13 1924-25 246
Arms, coats of, Rame, 13 1924-25 56
Arms, coats of, Religious Houses, 25 1952-53 25
Arms, coats of, Roche, 14 1926-27 15
Arms, coats of, Rolle, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Roscarrock, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Roskimmer, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Rossington, 13 1924-25 356
Arms, coats of, Rowe, 14 1926-27 1
Arms, coats of, Rowe, 13 1924-25 5, 6, 70, 71
Arms, coats of, Royal Coat of, Poltimore, 29 1962-64 235
Arms, coats of, Royal in Churches, 19 1936-37 368
Arms, coats of, Royal, 25 1952-53 22
Arms, coats of, Royal, 17 1932-33 154, 374
Arms, coats of, Royal, of Elizabeth, 20 1938-39 370
Arms, coats of, Rurde, 13 1924-25 5, 6
Arms, coats of, Sapcott, or Shapcote, 15 1928-29 30
Arms, coats of, See of Exeter, 6 1910-11 230
Arms, coats of, Skirret, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Soady, 15 1928-29 193
Arms, coats of, Sokespitch or Suckbitch, 13 1924-25 8
Arms, coats of, Solers, or Sollers, 15 1928-29 366
Arms, coats of, Spinee, 14 1926-27 368
Arms, coats of, St. Catherine's, Whitestone 28 1959-61 233
Arms, coats of, St.Maur, 15 1928-29 243
Arms, coats of, Stafford of Hook, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of, Tavistock Abbey, 17 1932-33 201
Arms, coats of, Tavistock borough, 15 1928-29 322
Arms, coats of, Territorial, 24 1950-51 22, 23
Arms, coats of, Territorial, 23 1947-49 389
Arms, coats of, Thornberry, 13 1924-25 320
Arms, coats of, Tracy, 14 1926-27 70
Arms, coats of, Treawin, 13 1924-25 54
Arms, coats of, Trecarrol, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Trefusis, 13 1924-25 318
Arms, coats of, Tremaine, 13 1924-25 319
Arms, coats of, Trevelyan, 3 1904-05 10, 64
Arms, coats of, Turberville, 14 1926-27 2
Arms, coats of, Unidentified, 17 1932-33 154
Arms, coats of, Unidentified, 15 1928-29 193, 293
Arms, coats of, Vere, 15 1928-29 193
Arms, coats of, Weare of Weare Gifford, 13 1924-25 54, 207
Arms, coats of, Wichalse, 13 1924-25 55, 111
Arms, coats of, Willoughby, 7 1912-13 273
Arms, coats of, Willoughby, 14 1926-27 293, 362
Arms, coats of, Wills, 17 1932-33 182
Army Rate, Seaton and Beer, 20 1938-39 365, 368
Army, Royal Marches of, Civil War, 29 1962-64 118, 139
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 7 1912-13 20
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 6 1910-11 111, 158, 220,
Arnold, Matthew, His Royal Descent, 5 1908-09 47
Arnold, William of Dartmouth, emigrant, 1587, 3 1904-05 64
Arnold, Matthew and his Devon Connections, 3 1904-05 207
Arrallas, Etymology of, 19 1936-37 244
Arrow, Silver, of Brampford Speke, 11 1920-21 151
Arthur, Family Connections of, 1 1900-01 135
Arthur, King, 17 1932-33 319
Arthur, Nicholas, 14 1926-27 21
Artist, John Wallace Tucker, 30 1965-67 252, 284
Artists,   33 1974-77 153, 306
Artists, Leyman, Alfred, 34 1978-81 209, 326
Artists, Schofield, Walter Elmer, 34 1978-81 168
Artists,   16 1930-31 51, 198
Artur, Nicholas, 18 1934-35 318
Arundel, Family, 31 1968-70 89
Arundel, Family, 24 1950-51 158, 196, 214
Arundel, Sir John, 31 1968-70 227
Arundel, Lady Gertrude, 37 1992-96 341
Arundel,   23 1947-49 26, 27
Arundel, Robert, 23 1947-49 180, 399
Arundell, Lord, his rent roll 1771-72, 15 1928-29 133
Arundell, Thomas, 17 1932-33 171
Arundells, The Early, 20 1938-39 111, 154
Arx Cynuit,   16 1930-31 310, 351
As Morse Caught The Hare, Song of South Devon, 10 1918-19 328
Ash family,   11 1920-21 33
Ash Thomas,   32 1971-73 123
Ash Tree, Legend of, 12 1922-23 59
Ashburton , American Prisoners of War, 2 1902-03 129, 185,
Ashburton, Arms of, 26 1954-55 89, 239
Ashburton, Bells, 13 1924-25 253
Ashburton, Bishop Stapledon, And, 2 1902-03 161
Ashburton, Bounties to seamen, 1793, 1 1900-01 197
Ashburton, Bull-Ring, 1 1900-01 26, 48,
Ashburton, Carved Panels in Prideaux House, 4 1906-07 219
Ashburton, Church approach, 14 1926-27 13
Ashburton, Church approach, 13 1924-25 160, 265, 305
Ashburton, Draft will of Thomas Harris, 11 1920-21 49
Ashburton, Drinking Fountain, 37 1992-96 305
Ashburton, Election Entertainment Bill, 1796, 1 1900-01 44
Ashburton, Election of 1837, 27 1956-58 93
Ashburton, French Prisoners of War, 6 1910-11 80
Ashburton, Petition of, 1712, 11 1920-21 30
Ashburton, Pop, A Local Drink of 1785, 3 1904-05 21
Ashburton,   25 1952-53 41
Ashburton,   24 1950-51 14
Ashburton,   20 1938-39 278
Ashburton,   19 1936-37 364
Ashburton,   17 1932-33 357
Ashburton,   15 1928-29 373
Ashbury, Rectors of 28 1959-61 55
Ashbury,   26 1954-55 132
Ashcombe Papers,   25 1952-53 73
Ashe,   16 1930-31 244
Ashprington, Place-name, 11 1920-21 281
Ashprington, Rector of 18th cent'y., 7 1912-13 275
Ashton Church, Notes on, Teigngrace, 9 1916-17 101-110, 151, 173, 197
Ashton Church, Down St.Mary, Removal from Murchington, 2 1902-03 107
Ashton Hotel,   32 1971-73 24, 155
Ashton,   21 1940-41 314
Ashton,   18 1934-35 225, 281
Ashworth, Edward, Architect, 5 1908-09 223
Assemblies, Public, Tiverton, Ashburton, Honiton, Totnes, 11 1920-21 277
Assemblies,   11 1920-21 296
Asshehill,   13 1924-25 348
Asshewell,   28 1959-61 288
Assize Rolls, Devon, 1218-1219, 20 1938-39 338, 395
Assize, County, at Barnstaple, 9 1916-17 32
Assize, Lammas 1809, Jurors, 2 1902-03 213
Assizes, Tiverton, at, 17 1932-33 168, 232
Assizes, Corn, 15 1928-29 239
Assumed Names, Alias, Usage of, 5 1908-09 149, 219, 257,
Assumption, Vigil of, 15 1928-29 151
Athelstan,   13 1924-25 203
Athelstan's Dyke, Exeter, 8 1914-15 177, 210-220,
Atherton, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Attorneys, Devonian 1697-98, 13 1924-25 311
Attwood, J.S., 22 1942-46 205
Atwell and Maine, Families of Maine, USA, 2 1902-03 16
Atwell, John, Emigrant to Maine, 1630, 1 1900-01 256
Atwood, B.B., 14 1926-27 346
Auco, Hugh de (archd.), 17 1932-33 176
Ault, F.E., 13 1924-25 160
Australia (Bendigo),   33 1974-77 56
Authors, Hon.Alderman, W.P., Obituary, 35 1982-86 240
Avery, Emigrant, 17 1932-33 280
Avery, Family, 16 1930-31 245
Avery, John, 31 1968-70 96
Aveton Giffard, Church, 4 1906-07 1, 44, 73, 75, 111, 175, 176,
Aveton Giffard, Heraldry, 4 1906-07 45
Aveton Giffard,   21 1940-41 170
Aveton Giffard,   14 1926-27 21, 209
Aveton Gifford,   34 1978-81 290
Awkutt,   14 1926-27 7, 73
Axe, Pulman's Book of the 20 1938-39 89, 140, 232
Axe, Pulman's Book of the, 19 1936-37 356
Axminster, Account of Constable, John Prince, 5 1908-09 73
Axminster, Church Dedication, 19 1936-37 257, 369
Axminster, Church, Prince Memorial in, 18 1934-35 174
Axminster, Churchwardens' accounts, 16 1930-31 283, 330, 380
Axminster, Cyneheard at, 17 1932-33 216, 275, 278
Axminster, Ecclesiastica, 18 1934-35 218
Axminster, Font and Stocks, 17 1932-33 364
Axminster, Killed by a Bell, 5 1908-09 122, 142,
Axminster, Parvise, 19 1936-37 312
Axminster, Pulman memorials, 17 1932-33 170
Axminster, Pulman's well and pump, 17 1932-33 365
Axminster, Trinity Beacon, 19 1936-37 260
Axminster, Turnpike trust, 16 1930-31 174
Axminster, Windows and doorway, old, 17 1932-33 218, 278
Axminster,   33 1974-77 68
Axminster,   35 1982-86 243
Axmouth, Early Cider Mill, 6 1910-11 209,
Axmouth, Haven, 32 1971-73 97
Axmouth, Manor Rolls, 9 1916-17 61
Axmouth,   33 1974-77 39, 265
Axmouth,   26 1954-55 52
Axmouth,   16 1930-31 376
Axmouth,   14 1926-27 165
Aylesbeare,   18 1934-35 20
Aylesbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Ayre, Family of Fenn Ottery, 9 1916-17 37, 93
Azesiae,   18 1934-35 318
Baale, Phillip, 14 1926-27 22
Babbage, Charles, 14 1926-27 174
Babbage, Jack, 19 1936-37 259
Bache, Arthur, 13 1924-25 153
Backway, Bernard, of Woolfardisworthy, 18th cent. 11 1920-21 151
Badgeworthy, Hermits of and Early History, 8 1914-15 77
Badharlick,   27 1956-58 331
Bagga's Bush,   15 1928-29 253
Baijer, Otto, marriage licences, 12 1922-23 295
Baijer, Otto, 13 1924-25 354
Bailey, Capt. James, 29 1962-64 301
Bailey, Captain R.N., 10 1918-19 62
Baird, Henry, 'Nathan Hogg', 8 1914-15 107
Baird, Henry, 'Nathan Hogg', d.1881, 3 1904-05 184, 238
Bairdown Man,   10 1918-19 168, 221
Baiting,   36 1987-91 54
Bakehouse Dinner Cookery,   25 1952-53 173
Baker, Aaron, 14 1926-27 322
Baker, Family of Loventor, 4 1906-07 64
Baker, Father and authorship of hymn, 12 1922-23 227
Baker, Thomas, 13 1924-25 303
Bakers' Company, Achievement of, 6 1910-11 84
Bakers' Company, Achievement of, 5 1908-09 256, 295,
Baker's Monument, Rockbeare, 11 1920-21 252
Baking, Old methods in Devon farmhouses, 12 1922-23 141
Baking, Old methods of, 12 1922-23 166
Baldwin, Sheriif, Pedigree of family of, 16 1930-31 370
Baldwin, Sheriff's family, 17 1932-33 64
Bale, Christopher, 21 1940-41 166
Ball, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 92, 112,
Ball, Sign of, 11 1920-21 105
Ball, Use and meaning of the word, 11 1920-21 78
Ballot boxes,   15 1928-29 318
Bamber, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Bamber, Family, 33 1974-77 267
Bamfylde House, Exeter, Stained Glass, 6 1910-11 225
Bamfylde House, Stained Glass, 7 1912-13 45
Bampfield, Colonel Hugh, 1684, Kingsteignton, 2 1902-03 234
Bampfylde, House, 22 1942-46 301
Bampfylde, John Codrington, 37 1992-96 90
Bampfylde, John, A Memoir of, 7 1912-13 219,
Bampfylde, Print of, 15 1928-29 352
Bampfylde-Moore Carew, Stoke Damarell register entry, 7 1912-13 111
Bampton (Oxon),   19 1936-37 176
Bampton, Chantell family, 4 1906-07 264
Bampton, Scratch Dial on Church, 7 1912-13 209
Bampton, Scratch Dial on Church, 17 1932-33 325
Bampton,   26 1954-55 8
Bampton,   13 1924-25 160, 210, 211
Band, Church 28 1959-61 93
Bank Note, Devon, 23 1947-49 297
Bank Note, Exmouth, 23 1947-49 269
Banking, In Exeter, 19 1936-37 175
Banks and Bank Notes,   25 1952-53 52
Banks and Bank Notes, Cornish, 24 1950-51 183
Banks, Cornwall, 16 1930-31 91
Banks, Devon, 21 1940-41 277, 325
Banks, Devon, 16 1930-31 14
Banks, Devon, 15 1928-29 241, 294, 372, 372
Bannister, Family, 21 1940-41 85, 130
Banns, old custom, 12 1922-23 199
Bantham, Site of Ancient Camp, 2 1902-03 21
Baptismal Entry, Curious, 10 1918-19 32
Baptismal Entry, Curious, 10 1918-19 62
Baptist Church   28 1959-61 53
Baraberga, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Barbor, Family, 17 1932-33 360, 374
Barbor, Family, 14 1926-27 298
Barbor, Family, 13 1924-25 139, 303
Barclay, Alexander, 35 1982-86 184
Barge, John, 33 1974-77 131
Baring, Family, 19 1936-37 173
Baring-Gould, Works of, 16 1930-31 338
Bark-Grinding,   25 1952-53 52
Barnett, Family, 14 1926-27 298
Barnstaple, Ancient clocks, 12 1922-23 185
Barnstaple, Archdeaconry Records, 3 1904-05 127
Barnstaple, Ballot boxes, 15 1928-29 318
Barnstaple, Banks, 15 1928-29 296
Barnstaple, Bull-baiting at, 4 1906-07 16
Barnstaple, Burgess, 15 1928-29 355
Barnstaple, Carvings at, 16 1930-31 289, 348
Barnstaple, Cavalry Barracks, 36 1987-91 121
Barnstaple, Chair, 26 1954-55 134, 188
Barnstaple, Church, Ancient Chasuble, 6 1910-11 105
Barnstaple, Church, Archdeaconry Clerical Library, 3 1904-05 99
Barnstaple, County Assize at, 9 1916-17 32
Barnstaple, County Assizes at, 10 1918-19 63, 82
Barnstaple, Election bribery, 16 1930-31 136
Barnstaple, Freedom of the Borough, Grant of, 10 1918-19 63
Barnstaple, Inventory of John Hawkin, 14th century, 3 1904-05 86
Barnstaple, Mechanics' Institute, 1 1900-01 200
Barnstaple, Men in French prisons, 14 1926-27 329
Barnstaple, Norman Mint Town, 2 1902-03 60
Barnstaple, Ovens, 11 1920-21 256
Barnstaple, Ovens, 10 1918-19 303
Barnstaple, Ovens, 30 1965-67 317
Barnstaple, Piracy from ship 1584 12 1922-23 326
Barnstaple, Prior of, 16 1930-31 135
Barnstaple, Prison, 2 1902-03 91
Barnstaple, Puritan Divines, 6 1910-11 168
Barnstaple, Railway, Lynton and, 30 1965-67 27
Barnstaple, Repute of Aldermen, temp. Queen Anne, 12 1922-23 112
Barnstaple, Ship, 13 1924-25 113
Barnstaple, Shipping, 15 1928-29 130, 131, 165-68
Barnstaple, Shovels, 15 1928-29 152
Barnstaple, Silenced Ministers, 1662, 3 1904-05 24
Barnstaple, Silenced Ministers, 1662, 2 1902-03 151
Barnstaple, Stray dogs at, 8 1914-15 30
Barnstaple, Tome Stone 13 1924-25 26-28
Barnstaple, Tome stone, 15 1928-29 105, 156, 205
Barnstaple, Tome Stone, 12 1922-23 337
Barnstaple, Vicar, 15 1928-29 81
Barnstaple,   20 1938-39 42
Barnstaple,   31 1968-70 84, 167
Barnstaple,   32 1971-73 39, 53
Barnstaple,   34 1978-81 127
Barnstaple,   23 1947-49 116
Barnstaple,   22 1942-46 275
Barnstaple,   19 1936-37 365
Barnstaple,   18 1934-35 217
Barnstaple,   17 1932-33 231, 362
Barque, Endora', 22 1942-46 301
Barquentines and Schooners, West Country, 24 1950-51 97
Barracks,   32 1971-73 94
Barracks, Barnstaple, 36 1987-91 121
Barracks,   23 1947-49 156, 218, 398
Barrett, William, 20 1938-39 42
Barrett, William of Barnstapale and Copenhagen, 19 1936-37 365
Barrow, Cumbria, 37 1992-96 303
Barrows, Tumuili, 13 1924-25 73, 103
Barrows,   14 1926-27 157, 202
Bartholomew, Bishop, father of, 17 1932-33 220
Bartholomew, Bishop, 13 73, 103 234, 269
Bartholomew, Bishop of Exeter, 12th century, 7 1912-13 251
Bartlett, Family of, 32 1971-73 282
Bartlett, Pedigree Errors, 2 1902-03 176
Bartlett, William, 31 1968-70 64
Bartlett, William, of Bideford, 30 1965-67 319
Barton, Meaning of, 28 1959-61 23, 63
Barton, Meaning of, 27 1956-58 249
Barton, Meaning of, 24 1950-51 129
Barton, Meaning of, 23 1947-49 273, 326, 327, 363, 398
Bartow, Family, 17 1932-33 280, 329, 376
Baskervilles, Hound of the, 17 1932-33 180, 233
Basket of Blackberries,   31 1968-70 26
Bason, Location of Hamlet in Devon, 1 1900-01 136
Bastard , Family of Efford, 12 1922-23 88
Bastard, E.P., 14 1926-27 153
Batten, Family, 7 1912-13 78
Batten, Mr., Schoolmaster, 30 1965-67 24
Batten, Mr., Schoolmaster, 25 1952-53 108
Batthentona,   19 1936-37 38
Batthentona,   18 1934-35 372
Battishill, Family 24 1950-51 157
Battishill, Arms of, 2 1902-03 25, 57, 125, 148
Battle, Agincourt, 12 1922-23 301
Bawden, Thomas and "Father Baldwyn", S.J., 26 1954-55 41
Bayard's Cove, Dartmouth, 24 1950-51 220
Beacelegh, Place-name, 16 1930-31 376
Beacons and Watch Posts,   26 1954-55 115
Beacons,   35 1982-86 233
Beaford,   15 1928-29 79, 111
Beam engine,   36 1987-91 184
Beard, Family, 31 1968-70 192
Bearing-Cloth,   19 1936-37 83, 180
Beauchamp, Family, 15 1928-29 193
Beaudeport, Bishop's Nympton, 12 1922-23 10, 119, 165
Beaumond, Thomas, 15 1928-29 351
Beaumont, Family, 16 1930-31 10
Beaumont, Family, 15 1928-29 194
Beaumont, Pedigree, 26 1954-55 79
Beaumont,   23 1947-49 267
Beaver, Family, 14 1926-27 346
Beaworthy, Rectors of 28 1959-61 116, 188
Beaworthy,   26 1954-55 132
Becket, Murderers of, 13 1924-25 232, 268
Becket, Murderers of, 14 1926-27 14, 67, 68
Beckford Bridge, River Yarty, 6 1910-11 251
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 171
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 223
Bedford, Family, 10 1918-19 328
Bedford, Rev.Thomas and Descendants, 10 1918-19 50-55
Bedford, Rev.Thomas, B.D., 17th century Plymouth, 9 1916-17 172, 207
Bedford, Russell, Earls of, 17 1932-33 13
Beech tree,   15 1928-29 292, 371, 372
Beer, Army Rate, 20 1938-39 365, 368
Beggar's Hill and Bagga's Bush,   15 1928-29 353
Beggars' Roost,   25 1952-53 223
Begging Fire, Allhallows' Eve, 12 1922-23 58
Beket, Edmund, 13 1924-25 154
Belfield, John, M.P., 23 1947-49 324, 398
Bell, Bourdon, 19 1936-37 366
Bell, Customs, Cornwall, 11 1920-21 220
Bell, E.Ingress (architect), 37 1992-96 305
Bell, Inscriptions at Abbotsham and Torre Abbey, 12 1922-23 25
Bell, Ringing at Non-service Hours, 15 1928-29 151, 201
Bell, Sheplegh, 23 1947-49 27
Bell-founder, William Wyte, Kingsbridge, 1566, 4 1906-07 200
Bell-founder,   15 1928-29 123
Bell-founder,   14 1926-27 195
Bell-founders, Devon, John Savage, 21 1940-41 128
Bell-founders, Exeter Cathedral, 4 1906-07 106
Bellman, Capt.Robert, 20 1938-39 30
Bellmen,   36 1987-91 337
Bell-ringing, Non-service hours, 10 1918-19 165, 207, 208
Bells, Brixham, 14 1926-27 325
Bells, Dalwood, 19 1936-37 258
Bells, Day and Curfew, 4 1906-07 127, 178,
Bells, Day at Totnes, 4 1906-07 127
Bells, Musbury, 19 1936-37 80
Bells, North Bovey, 7 1912-13 118, 182,
Bells, Old, at Ashburton, 13 1924-25 253
Bells, Pre-Reformation, Cost and Weight, Braunton, 6 1910-11 222
Bells, Ringing During a Storm, 1 1900-01 18, 69
Bells, St.Michael's, Honiton, 29 1962-64 257
Bells, Ugborough, 15 1928-29 123
Belstone, Church Screen, 11 1920-21 32, 76
Belstone, Ruins at Skaigh, 20 1938-39 39
Belstone, Screen and Sculptured Stone, 11 1920-21 104
Belstone,   26 1954-55 132
Bench-end, Bere Ferrers, 21 1940-41 111
Bendigo,   31 1968-70 119
Bendyn, Sir Robert, 35 1982-86 386
Benet, Mad, 14 1926-27 350
Bennett, Col. Robert, Diary of, 16 1930-31 219
Bennett, Col.Robert of Hexworthy (Diary), 18 1934-35 251
Bennett, Col.Robert, Diary of, 22 1942-46 146
Bennett, Col.Robert, Diary of, 21 1940-41 323
Bennett, Family, 32 1971-73 21, 183
Bennett, John Nicholas, 31 1968-70 194
Benson, John, In Memoriam, 29 1962-64 33
Benson, Thomas, 33 1974-77 59
Benson, Thomas, 27 1956-58 216
Berbilond, Henry de, 37 1992-96 1
Bere Alston,   14 1926-27 70, 298, 351
Bere, Alston, 22 1942-46 87
Bere, Ferrers, 22 1942-46 87
Bere,   21 1940-41 57
Bere, Ferrers, 21 1940-41 111
Berowe, Surname 28 1959-61 329
Berry Pomeroy, Longevity of Clergy, 5 1908-09 93
Berry Pomeroy, Yew tree, 11 1920-21 38
Berry Pomeroy,   34 1978-81 133
Berry Pomeroy,   20 1938-39 295
Berry Pomeroy,   15 1928-29 292, 371, 372
Berry Pomeroy,   14 1926-27 254
Berry, Family, 10 1918-19 88, 97
Berry, Monastery, Stepney, 16 1930-31 34
Berry, Monument at Molland, 15 1928-29 314
Bevill, De Boevill and De Boyvill family, 23 1947-49 94
Bevill, Family, 23 1947-49 107, 129, 158
Beville, Obituary II, 37 1992-96 35
Beville, Obituary, 36 1987-91 11, 354
Beville, Obituary, 16 1930-31 17
Bible, At St.Mary Major, Exeter, 22 1942-46 134
Bibles, Vinegar, 16 1930-31 8
Biblical Quotation,   31 1968-70 252
Bibliography, Dartmoor, 36 1987-91 297
Bickington, Abbot's, 13 1924-25 292
Bickington, Bridge over R.Lemon, 5 1908-09 44
Bickleigh, Bridge, 19 1936-37 176
Bickleigh, Rectory, Tiverton, Carew-Mohun Chimneypiece, 9 1916-17 233
Bickleigh, Tiverton, 29 1962-64 115
Bicton arms,   13 1924-25 319
Bicton, Holders of, 3 1904-05 199
Bicton,   22 1942-46 280
Bicton,   14 1926-27 113
Bidder, George Parker, The Calculating Boy, 2 1902-03 1
Bideford, Address to Charles II, 15 1928-29 95
Bideford, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 170
Bideford, Bank, 15 1928-29 294
Bideford, Biography, W'm. Newcomen, 15 1928-29 348, 351
Bideford, Bridge, 13 1924-25 61
Bideford, Bridge, Old, 12 1922-23 240
Bideford, Catalogue of Plants, 19 1936-37 177, 225
Bideford, Fair, 15 1928-29 125
Bideford, Granite pillars at, 15 1928-29 9
Bideford, King of Prussia, 16 1930-31 54
Bideford, Map of, 36 1987-91 39, 259
Bideford, Polaccas, 16 1930-31 295
Bideford, Register, Chope entry, 1746 10 1918-19 174
Bideford, Shipbuilding, 16 1930-31 270
Bideford, Shipping, 15 1928-29 130, 165, 167
Bideford, Tome stone, 15 1928-29 105, 156
Bideford, Trial and Death of Three Witches, 5 1908-09 152
Bideford, Westward Ho! And Appledore Railway, 30 1965-67 240
Bideford, William Bartlett of, 30 1965-67 319
Bideford, Witches, 7 1912-13 37
Bideford,   31 1968-70 64
Bideford,   35 1982-86 344
Bideford,   21 1940-41 73, 87
Bideford,   18 1934-35 91, 139
Bideford,   14 1926-27 9
Bideford,   13 1924-25 297
Bidlake, Family of Bidlake, 3 1904-05 241-248
Bidwell, Family, 13 1924-25 6, 107
Bigbury Bay, Chantiloupe' wrecked in, 23 1947-49 322
Bigbury, Wrecks, Historic in, 5 1908-09 153
Bigbury,   17 1932-33 171
Bilbie, Thomas, 15 1928-29 123
Bill of Complaint, Clannaborough, 27 1956-58 31
Binnerton, Crowan, 29 1962-64 11
Birch, Family, 23 1947-49 295
Bird's Eye View of Devon,   14 1926-27 74
Bird-Skin Collection,   25 1952-53 77
Birdwood, Family, 12 1922-23 339
Birth, Custom at, 13 1924-25 307
Bishop Bartholomew, Exeter, Of, 7 1912-13 251
Bishop Lacy, Arms on Font at Ipplepen, 3 1904-05 89
Bishop Lacy, Memorials of, 3 1904-05 113
Bishop Trelawney, Visitation articles, 36 1987-91 33
Bishop, Edmund, 25 1952-53 16
Bishop, Edmund, A Devonshire Scholar, 10 1918-19 177
Bishopric of Exeter,   34 1978-81 45
Bishopric, Proposed, 17 1932-33 224
Bishops Clyst,   34 1978-81 99
Bishops Hull Church, Somerset,   8 1914-15 180
Bishops Nympton, Beaudeport, 12 1922-23 10, 119, 165
Bishop's Nympton, Church, 16 1930-31 126
Bishop's Nympton, Court Rolls, 9 1916-17 119
Bishop's Nympton,   13 1924-25 303
Bishops' Peculiars' Parishes since 1660   8 1914-15 134
Bishop's Stone, Lustleigh, 8 1914-15 58
Bishops Tawton, Tithe Defaulters, 8 1914-15 154, 191,
Bishop's Tawton, St.Laurence's Chapel, 14 1926-27 196
Bishop's Tawton,   13 1924-25 293
Bishops Teignton, Bishop Osbern, 6 1910-11 255
Bishop's Transcripts, Cornish in Exeter, 7 1912-13 25
Bishops, French, 35 1982-86 264
Bishops, Of Exeter, palaces of, 22 1942-46 78
Bishops, Of Exeter, some letters from, 22 1942-46 43, 72, 108, 143, 153, 166
Bishops, Pre-Conquest, 35 1982-86 1
Bishopsteignton,   26 1954-55 168
Bishopsteignton,   22 1942-46 214
Bishopsteignton,   14 1926-27 378
Bitbeare Farm, Winkleigh, 30 1965-67 74
Black Death,   13 1924-25 183
Black Dog in Heraldry,   10 1918-19 160, 203
Black Dog of Harlyn,   29 1962-64 90
Black Dog spectre,   15 1928-29 62
Black Dog spectre,   14 1926-27 158, 197
Black Dog, Inn name, 11 1920-21 97
Black Dogs,   25 1952-53 174
Black Torrington, Bridge Farm, Black Torrington, 4 1906-07 93
Black Torrington,   15 1928-29 56, 161
Black, Red and White Ball Inn, 23 1947-49 296
Blackall, Dr., 32 1971-73 59, 124
Blackaller, Robert, poet, 16 1930-31 98
Blackawton,   28 1959-61 85, 160, 285
Blackawton, Court Rolls, 21 1940-41 172
Blackborough, History of, 18 1934-35 234
Blackborough,   15 1928-29 201
Blackdown Barrows,   35 1982-86 384
Blackhall, Christopher, 14 1926-27 103
Blackmore Memorial, Exeter Cathedral, 3 1904-05 80
Blacksmith, Village, 29 1962-64 293
Blacksmith, Village, 30 1965-67 94
Blacksmith's Shop, As Dartmoor Place-name, 30 1965-67 12
Blagdon Memorials, St.Michael's Church, Honiton, 10 1918-19 19
Blagdon, Near Paignton, 17 1932-33 106
Blaxton, John, 14 1926-27 24
Bligh of the Bounty,   24 1950-51 214
Blind Days,   12 1922-23 58
Bloomerism,   27 1956-58 207
Bluet, Thomas, 18 1934-35 222
Bluett, Arms of, 20 1938-39 282
Blundell's School, And the H.E.I.C.S. 21 1940-41 324
Blundell's School, Peter, Portrait of, 3 1904-05 65
Blundell's School, Portrait of Sir John Popham, 3 1904-05 33
Blundell's School, Tiverton, Admission Tickets (Hogarth and Wesley) 2 1902-03 222
Blundell's School,   23 1947-49 17, 285
Blundell's School,   18 1934-35 307
Blundell's, Memoirs 17 1932-33 168, 233, 325
Boase and Courtney's Bibliotheca, Correction to, 12 1922-23 48
Bobage family,   13 1924-25 198, 266
Bobbins, Honiton lace, 11 1920-21 159, 266
Bochym,   18 1934-35 33
Bodden, Surname, 28 1959-61 329
Bodden, Surname, 29 1962-64 30
Bodies, Haunted, 27 1956-58 19
Bodleian, Extracts from Tanner and Willis MSS, 20 1938-39 119
Bodley Lecture,   20 1938-39 70
Bodmescombe, Priory of, Uffculme, 8 1914-15 50, 88, 128,
Bodmin Moor, Cross base, 22 1942-46 1
Bodmin Moor,   17 1932-33 372
Bodmin,   28 1959-61 243
Bodmin,   20 1938-39 133
Bodmin, Berry Tower, 29 1962-64 125, 304
Bodmin, Borough accounts, 13 1924-25 367
Bodmin, Duel at, 8 1914-15 15
Bodmin, Mayoralty of, 17th century, 7 1912-13 286
Bodmin, Mayors, 13 1924-25 372
Bodmin, Moor, 14 1926-27 157, 202
Bodmin, Priory, 14 1926-27 378
Boggis, Revd. 'History of Diocese of Exeter', 12 1922-23 219
Boghelegh,   11 1920-21 307
Boghelegh, Conjectured site of, 12 1922-23 17
Boghelegh,   12 1922-23 69
Boghelegh,   12 1922-23 118
Bokerel House, High Street, Exeter, 11 1920-21 253
Bokerel House, Exeter, 10 1918-19 12
Bolehill, Exeter, 16 1930-31 197
Bolhelegh,   12 1922-23 162
Bolleaux, Mathew, Dean of Burian 1318, 12 1922-23 296
Bolt alias Johnson,   13 1924-25 53, 110
Bo-matig,   27 1956-58 286
Bondleigh, Tympanum at, 4 1906-07 197
Bondleigh,   29 1962-64 53
Bondleigh,   26 1954-55 133
Bonfires,   15 1928-29 151
Bonus, Robert, 13 1924-25 177
Bonville, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Bonville, Family, 24 1950-51 56, 227
Bonython, Captain John, Will of, 1626, 9 1916-17 187
Bonython, Family, 13 1924-25 132
Bonython, Richard, 17 1932-33 317
Bonython, Sir John Langdon, memoir of, 21 1940-41 1
Bookland and Folkland,   19 1936-37 62
Books, Burnt in public, 16 1930-31 51
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall in 17th and 18th centuries, 9 1916-17 129-39
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 31
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 93
Booksellers and Printers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 174
Booksellers and Printers, Exeter, use of the term, 11 1920-21 156
Bookseller's Label, Dartmouth 1763, 1 1900-01 168
Bookseller's Label, Exeter, 1726 1 1900-01 18
Bookseller's Label, Exeter, 18th Century, 1 1900-01 143
Bookseller's Stock, Exeter 1615, 21 1940-41 36
Booksellers, Early, Exeter, 29 1962-64 164
Boraston, Rev.G. 31 1968-70 121, 188
Boringdon, Place-name, 14 1926-27 305
Borlase, Christopher 28 1959-61 193
Borlase,   29 1962-64 231
Borlase, William, 29 1962-64 14
Borough acre,   15 1928-29 355
Borough Charters, British, pub. 1913, 8 1914-15 106
Boroughs, Devon, 27 1956-58 54
Boroughs, Devon, 24 1950-51 203
Boroughs, Municipal of Devon, 16 1930-31 264, 302, 341
Boroughs, Non-urban, 24 1950-51 154
Borrow, George, 31 1968-70 155, 226
Borrow, George, 'Penquite and Pentyre', unpublished, 7 1912-13 109
Borrow, William, 12 1922-23 159
Borwell, Rev.J.H.C. 22 1942-46 238, 263 264
Boscobel, After, 16 1930-31 229
Bosses, Early English, 5 1908-09 73
Botanical Tour, J.P.Jones Author, MSS, 6 1910-11 174
Botany, Budleigh Salterton, of, 16 1930-31 183
Botathen Ghost,   22 1942-46 258
Botreaux, William, 19 1936-37 171, 231
Bottereau,   22 1942-46 279
Bottle Hill Mine Leat,   33 1974-77 257
Bottles, Name-plates on, 11 1920-21 42
Bottles, Name plates on, 10 1918-19 316
Bottles, Names on, 1 1900-01 72
Boulden, Family, 11 1920-21 145
Boundaries, Ancient Hundreds, 11 1920-21 256
Boundaries, Twelve Men's Moor, North Hill, Cornwall, 22 1942-46 49
Boundary, Land, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, 30 1965-67 180
Boundary, County, Devon and Cornwall, 15 1928-29 270
Boundary, Forest of Dartmoor on the NE side, 30 1965-67 214, 284
Bounties, Seamen at Ashburton, 1793, 1 1900-01 197
Bourdon, Bell, surname, 19 1936-37 366
Bouring, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Bovey Tracey, Church Plate, 2 1902-03 253
Bovey Tracey, Church Rate, 1596, 10 1918-19 329
Bovey Tracey, Church rates, 11 1920-21 40
Bovey Tracey, Poem on Coronation of Q.Victoria, 9 1916-17 2
Bovey Tracey, Tomb at, 4 1906-07 49
Bovey Tracey,   28 1959-61 176
Bovey Tracey,   29 1962-64 253
Bovey Tracey,   30 1965-67 24
Bovey Tracey,   32 1971-73 176
Bovey Tracey,   27 1956-58 124
Bovey Tracey,   18 1934-35 275
Bovey, North, 13 1924-25 345
Bow, Place-name, 14 1926-27 295
Bow, Smithy, 17 1932-33 46
Bowdage, Tristram, d.1636, Northleigh, 10 1918-19 326
Bowder Hill Chapel, Crediton, 12 1922-23 157
Bowhay,   14 1926-27 322
Bowhill,   18 1934-35 300, 305
Bowring, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Bowring, Rauff, Sixteenth century, Alvington, 4 1906-07 150
Bowthe, , 2 1902-03 10
Bowthe, Bishop John, Brass, 1 1900-01 57
Box, Family, 32 1971-73 244
Boyce, History of Tiverton, 12 1922-23 157
Boyhood of Raleigh, Millais' Painting, 1 1900-01 97
Bracken, Mr.C.W., In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Bracton, Henry de, 13 1924-25 264
Bracton, His grave, 13 1924-25 28, 71
Bracton's Grave,   12 1922-23 273, 305, 352
Bracton's Notebook,   14 1926-27 129, 161, 199
Braddock Down, Battle of, 35 1982-86 246
Braddock Down, Battle of, 37 1992-96 41
Braddon, Stephen, 31 1968-70 227
Bradeney, Simon de, 20 1938-39 231
Bradford (Yorks), Devon Entries in Wardens' Accounts, 3 1904-05 228
Bradford, Robert, 13 1924-25 79
Bradford, Held by Polsloe, 19 1936-37 223
Bradford, John, Axmouth Registers, 7 1912-13 232
Bradford, John, poet, 22 1942-46 214
Bradninch, Church dedication, 37 1992-96 45
Bradninch, House, Furniture From, 10 1918-19 48
Bradninch, Lecturer of 1637, 10 1918-19 225
Bradninch, New Parish Room, arms in glass, 6 1910-11 33
Bradninch, Rate 1648 20 1938-39 334
Bradninch, Review of Parochial History, 6 1910-11 256
Bradninch,   32 1971-73 20
Bradninch,   26 1954-55 8
Bradninch,   16 1930-31 12
Bradninch,   15 1928-29 202, 351, 355
Bradridge, William, Bishop of Exeter, 4 1906-07 192
Bradsel, Family, 9 1916-17 219
Bradstone Church, Grin of Arius stone, 12 1922-23 202, 271, 272
Bradstone,   17 1932-33 206
Bradworthy, Church, 23 1947-49 312
Bradworthy, John Yeo of, 8 1914-15 11
Bradworthy, Place-names, 25 1952-53 50, 81
Bradworthy, Soldiers and Centenarians, 30 1965-67 169
Bradworthy, What Purpose the Stone ?, 30 1965-67 238, 284
Bradworthy,   29 1962-64 205
Bradworthy,   27 1956-58 45, 52
Brampford Speke,   14 1926-27 21
Brampford Speke, Silver Afrrow of, 11 1920-21 151
Brance,   19 1936-37 84
Branscombe, Church, 7 1912-13 1/1/2019
Branscombe, Churchyard Tomb, 2 1902-03 185
Branscombe, Coffin-stools, 17 1932-33 267
Branscombe, Dial, 17 1932-33 325
Branscombe, Folk-lore, 1853, 1 1900-01 49
Branscombe, Heraldry of Kelleway and Wadham, 4 1906-07 99-106, 189,
Branscombe, Thomas Puddicombe, Vicar of, 7 1912-13 128
Branscombe, Vicar of, Puddicombe, 2 1902-03 37
Branscombe, Vicars of, 5 1908-09 45, 88,
Branscombe,   15 1928-29 162
Branwell and Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, maternal collaterals, 6 1910-11 111
Brass, Monumnetal, Luppit, 4 1906-07 193, 269
Brasses, Monumental, 34 1978-81 57. 110, 248, 292, 336
Bratton Clovelly,   26 1954-55 133
Bratton Death Club,   32 1971-73 65
Bratton Fleming,   32 1971-73 219
Bratton, Clovelly, Murder at, 31 1968-70 90
Braunton,   29 1962-64 282
Braunton,   27 1956-58 336
Braunton, Pre-Reformation Bells, 6 1910-11 222
Bray River,   24 1950-51 147, 195, 231
Bray, Gen. Sir Claude, 15 1928-29 75
Breage with Germoe, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 181
Breage, Cross-head at, 23 1947-49 78
Breage, Helston, Burials, Incidence of, 6 1910-11 176
Breage, Parish Story, 7 1912-13 286
Breaute, Fulke de, 19 1936-37 262, 327
Brent Hill, St.Michael's Chapel, 25 1952-53 122
Brent Moor, Millstone working, 34 1978-81 333
Brent Tor,   16 1930-31 6
Brent, Family, 27 1956-58 22
Brerewode, Thomas, Vicar of Colyton, d.1544, 6 1910-11 129
Bretel of Trevellion,   35 1982-86 394
Breton Knight, Letter from, 31 1968-70 216
Breton, William, mystery of, 15 1928-29 84
Breuston,   22 1942-46 70, 101
Breuston, John Hexte of, 21 1940-41 315
Brewer and Tracy families, Connections between, 2 1902-03 24, 63, 157, 187,
Brewer, E.P., 14 1926-27 351
Brewer, Elias Pitt, Cup Presented to, 1836 10 1918-19 289
Breweries, Heavitree, 34 1978-81 211
Brewers, Cornish in Domesday Book, 12 1922-23 57
Brewers, Cornish in Domesday Book, 12 1922-23 137
Brewers, Mythical Forty of Cornwall, 6 1910-11 39
Brian, de, Arms, 29 1962-64 220
Brian, Sir Guy, 29 1962-64 156, 181
Briana of Torbryan,   19 1936-37 6
Briant, Alexander, 35 1982-86 42
Brice, Andrew, 13 1924-25 99, 168
Brice, Andrew and the Southgate prison, Exeter, 5 1908-09 120
Brichricheston,   21 1940-41 289
Brick Buildings, Early in Devon, 11 1920-21 54
Brick Buildings, Early of Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 100
Brick Buildings, Early in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 140
Brickmaking, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 185
Brick-making, Topsham, 23 1947-49 13
Brides' Hands,   24 1950-51 227
Bridestowe,   15 1928-29 151
Bridford, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 137, 139, 176,
Bridford, Heraldry in Church, 8 1914-15 73, 113,
Bridford, MS History by Rev.Carrington, 3 1904-05 58, 81,
Bridford, Placename, 19 1936-37 174
Bridge and Caw, Bridge Farm, Black Torrington, 4 1906-07 93
Bridge and Caw, Etymology of, 2 1902-03 18, 83,
Bridge, Bideford, Old, 12 1922-23 240
Bridge, Clapper, 16 1930-31 248, 299
Bridge, Earl Morley's 'Flying Bridge', 11 1920-21 165
Bridge, New, Opening of at Looe, 1855, 30 1965-67 167
Bridge, Saltash Suspension (Railway), 11 1920-21 166
Bridge-builders,   26 1954-55 155
Bridgeman family,   26 1954-55 89
Bridgerule,   15 1928-29 154
Bridgerule,   14 1926-27 25
Bridgerule,   13 1924-25 299, 356
Bridges, Early, 14 1926-27 93, 113
Bridges, Miss, authoress of 'An Elderly Bachelor', 11 1920-21 152
Bridgetown, Totnes, archdeacconry of, 15 1928-29 194, 349
Bridgwater, John, 14 1926-27 23
Bridgwater, Hospital of St.John, 9 1916-17 64
Bridport,   15 1928-29 290, 369
Briefs, Devon from Yorkshire, 2 1902-03 160
Brightley, Family, 32 1971-73 148
Brightley, Near Okehampton, 22 1942-46 179
Brihtricestan,   18 1934-35 152, 233
Brionne, Pedigree, 14th century, 18 1934-35 246
Bristol Rollers, Rolling pins, 11 1920-21 36, 73, 104, 105, 158, 210
Bristol,   19 1936-37 177
British Museum,   37 1992-96 81
Brito, Sir Richard, 1170, 26 1954-55 211
Brittany,   35 1982-86 264
Briwer, William, 14 1926-27 193
Brixham, Bells, 14 1926-27 325
Brixham, Iron Age, 36 1987-91 48
Brixham, Iron mines, 33 1974-77 180
Brixham, Place-names, 14 1926-27 254, 313
Brixham,   27 1956-58 191, 287
Brixham,   15 1928-29 76, 162
Brixton, Hareston Manor, 23 1947-49 260, 297, 363
Brixton, Silver plate found at, 11 1920-21 154, 209
Broadclyst,   26 1954-55 221
Broadhampston as a Port,   11 1920-21 125, 165
Broadhembury, Church Memorial to George or Adrian Moore, 10 1918-19 172, 211
Broadhembury, Grange, 35 1982-86 355
Broadhembury, Grange, Estate of, 3 1904-05 41, 73,
Broadhempston, As a Port 11 1920-21 96
Broadhempston,   29 1962-64 221
Broadhempston,   26 1954-55 177
Broadhempston, Battle Book, 23 1947-49 22
Broadhempston, Financial Reactions of, to the Reformation, 20 1938-39 100, 163, 204, 260, 300
Broadhempston, Vicars of, 20 1938-39 134, 189
Broadwoodwidger, Church, 20 1938-39 362
Broadwoodwidger, Parish Registers, 26 1954-55 54
Broadwoodwidger,   32 1971-73 172
Brocas, Abisha, Exeter Bookseller, 1675 12 1922-23 182
Brocas, Family, 12 1922-23 219
Brockedon, William, 27 1956-58 23, 246
Brockedon, William, 26 1954-55 102
Bronte, Charlotte, Maternal collaterals, 6 1910-11 111
Bronze Age, Find at St.Buryan, 23 1947-49 315
Bronze Celt, Location of after find near R.Tamar, 1 1900-01 195, 256
Brooking, Family, 25 1952-53 107
Brooking, Family, 17 113  
Brothelyngham, Order of, 1348, 11 1920-21 62
Broughton, Warbrightsleigh, of, 16 1930-31 168
Brounker, Family, 13 1924-25 56
Browcke the Painter,   14 1926-27 103
Browne, Solomon 28 1959-61 221
Browne, Solomon, 27 1956-58 122, 158, 190
Brownrigg, Bishop Ralph, register of, 37 1992-96 49
Browse,   28 1959-61 220, 253
Brudenell, Marriage Licence, Exeter, 10 1918-19 127
Brunanburh, Battle of, 19 1936-37 303
Brushfield, Dr. T. N., In Memloriam, 6 1910-11 161
Brushford, Irregular Marriages, 10 1918-19 258
Brushford, Mine, 22 1942-46 370
Brushford, Mine, 15 1928-29 102
Bryan, Richard, 37 1992-96 121
Brychan, children of, 16 1930-31 208
Bryonia dioica,   19 1936-37 177, 226
Buckerell,   23 1947-49 191
Buckfast Abbey, Abbot of, 23 1947-49 34
Buckfast Abbey, Ancient Carvings, 26 1954-55 138
Buckfast Abbey, Library Charter (c.1440), 25 1952-53 144
Buckfast Abbey, Two Abbots Slade, 26 1954-55 216
Buckfast Abbey,   23 1947-49 46
Buckfast Ghosts,   22 1942-46 115
Buckfast, Abbots of, 17 1932-33 48
Buckfast, Cartulary, 16 1930-31 90
Buckfast, Dedication of abbey, 17 1932-33 146
Buckfast, Legend of, 12 1922-23 347
Buckfastleigh, Church Records, 19 1936-37 167
Buckfastleigh, Church, 8 1914-15 16
Buckfastleigh, Pan, 15 1928-29 152
Buckfastleigh, Vicar of, 1697-99, 7 1912-13 120
Buckfastleigh, Vicars, 13 1924-25 75
Buckfastleigh,   29 1962-64 78
Buckingham family, 127 34 1978-81  
Buckland Brewer, Arms in Church, 23 1947-49 88
Buckland Brewer, Mining in, 37 1992-96 211
Buckland Brewer,   22 1942-46 25
Buckland Filleigh, Rectors of St.Mary and Holy Trinity, 30 1965-67 228, 249, 262
Buckland Mlnachorum,   28 1959-61 93
Buckland Monachorum,   27 1956-58 333
Buckland, Abbot of, 15 1928-29 84
Buckland, Abbot of, 13 1924-25 181
Buckland, John, 14 1926-27 6
Buckland, William, 17 1932-33 63
Buckland, William, 16 1930-31 294
Buckland-in-the-Moor, Church Screen, 2 1902-03 126
Bude canal,   11 1920-21 31
Budgell, Family, Exeter, 16 1930-31 54, 103
Budgell, St.Thomas, Exeter Family, 10 1918-19 206
Budleigh Salterton, Pageant of 1814, 6 1910-11 27, 148,
Budleigh Salterton,   25 1952-53 202
Budleigh Salterton,   16 1930-31 183, 230, 257
Budleigh Salterton,   15 1928-29 19, 162
Budleigh, East, 17 1932-33 134
Budleigh, East, 14 1926-27 22
Budleigh, Salt mines, 33 1974-77 176
Building Accounts,   32 1971-73 237
Building Custom,   14 1926-27 62
Buildings of Historic Interest, Preservation of, 25 1952-53 224
Bulkworthy,   34 1978-81 39
Bulkworthy,   25 1952-53 102
Bull-baiting, Barnstaple, 4 1906-07 16
Buller, Arms of, 13 1924-25 320
Buller, Rev. James, 1663, 7 1912-13 183
Bulley and Gerard, Families, 12 1922-23 15
Bulley, Family, 12 1922-23 68
Bulley, Family, 11 1920-21 251, 305
Bull-Imagery,   30 1965-67 309
Bunython, Reskymer of, will dated 1627, 10 1918-19 27
Burde manumission case,   15 1928-29 19
Burges, John, 17 1932-33 185
Burgess by the Wind,   15 1928-29 355
Burgoyne, Family, 13 1924-25 197, 266
Burgundy, Tent of the Duke of, 1415, 2 1902-03 159
Burials, Church Porch, In, 15 1928-29 292, 370
Burials, Exclusion from churchyard, 11 1920-21 48
Burials, Headless, 20 1938-39 331, 385
Burials, Headless, 17 1932-33 257, 328
Burials, Parish Churches, In, 23 1947-49 384
Burials, Position North-South, 11 1920-21 47, 112
Burials, Registers, 32 1971-73 220
Burials, Without ceremony, 16 1930-31 259
Burials, Woollen, In, 3 1904-05 185
Burials, Woollen, In, 25 1952-53 191
Burian, Mathew Bolleaux, Dean of 1318 12 1922-23 296
Buried Treasure Spirits,   26 1954-55 82
Burleigh Dolts, Meaning when applied to a Camp, 1 1900-01 68, 149,
Burlescombe,   27 1956-58 196
Burleston, Family, 14 1926-27 219
Burnard, Nevill N., 31 1968-70 87, 91
Burnard, Robert, Confessions of at Tiverton, 31 1968-70 86
Burnard, Robert, 32 1971-73 159
Burnard's Bust of Cobden,   6 1910-11 46
Burnie, Warren, 27 1956-58 187
Burning of Books, Oxford 1849, 2 1902-03 126
Burning to Death,   17 1932-33 178
Burning, Mansions (Cornwall), destroyed by, 13 1924-25 73
Burrington, Tonic for horses 32 1971-73 153
Burrington, Burrington and Week 35 1982-86 233
Burrow Farm, Stoke Canon, 20 1938-39 27, 88
Burt, Family, 15 1928-29 102
Burthogge, Richard, M.D., Totnes, 17th century, 6 1910-11 16
Burton, Sir Richard, Torquay Worthy, 22 1942-46 274
Burton, Sir R.F., 16 1930-31 89, 121, 153
Bury Barton, Lapford, 27 1956-58 24
Bury Barton, Lapford, 26 1954-55 228
Burying North and South,   10 1918-19 316
Bushell, Thomas and Combe Martin Mines, 10 1918-19 34
Bushell, Thomas, And Cornish Mines, 10 1918-19 152
Bush-Houses, ale houses, 11 1920-21 195
Bussa,   19 1936-37 71
Bussell, Charlotte, Recollections of, 1808-1899, 25 1952-53 133
Butter badger,   35 1982-86 83
Butterfly, Killing The First, Devon Custom, 10 1918-19 207
Butterleigh, East,   17 1932-33 106
Buttern Hill,   17 1932-33 258
Butts and Tutts,   7 1912-13 41
Buttshead mill,   15 1928-29 57
Buvyle, Richard, 13 1924-25 183
Byrd, Family, 14 1926-27 344
Byrth, Thomas, 27 1956-58 270
Bytton, Bishop, burial of, 1307, 12 1922-23 222
Cabinet-makers, List of, 34 1978-81 300
Cadbury, Castle, 17 1932-33 321
Cadbury, Church window, 13 1924-25 152, 195
Cadbury, Family in Devon, 12 1922-23 365
Cadbury, Vicars from 1244, 7 1912-13 244
Cadbury,   20 1938-39 74
Cadbury,   14 1926-27 107, 296
Cadeleigh, Sir Simon Leach of, 2 1902-03 29-37, 58, 92, 204
Cadhay, Ottery St.Mary, Deeds of, 7 1912-13 77
Caellwic, Cornwall, Anglo-Saxon Estates, 11 1920-21 153, 203
Cagford, MSS of Rev.T. Whale, 10 1918-19 271
Calais,   30 1965-67 11
Calchurch or Colchurch, Derivation of name, 9 1916-17 126
Calendar Medals,   21 1940-41 85
Calendar of Exeter Diocese,   14 1926-27 58
California,   30 1965-67 72
Call, Arms of, 13 1924-25 356
Callard, Family, 34 1978-81 128
Callaway, John, 13 1924-25 297
Callington,   27 1956-58 225
Callington,   19 1936-37 153
Calmady, Sir Shilston, 19 1936-37 30
Calstock,   35 1982-86 347, 377
Calvert, Edward, 29 1962-64 92
Calvert, Edward, Artist, d.1883, 1 1900-01 82
Camborne, Register, 21 1940-41 280
Camborne,   17 1932-33 40, 43
Camborne,   16 1930-31 9
Camborne,   13 1924-25 296
Cambridge, Archives, 29 1962-64 158
Cambridge, Clare College and Devon, 15 1928-29 313
Cambridge, Gonville and Gaius College, 1559-1713, 25 1952-53 217
Camden, Lord, 17 1932-33 264
Camden, William, 31 1968-70 64
Camel Estuary, Roman settlement, 17 1932-33 124
Camelford,   23 1947-49 50
Camp, British, at Exeter, 8 1914-15 185
Camp, Roman, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Camperdown Arms,   6 1910-11 244
Campion, R.C., 17 1932-33 128
Camp-le-Tout Newland,   23 1947-49 215
Canal, Exeter to Crediton, 20 1938-39 38
Canal, Bude, 11 1920-21 31
Canals, Devon and Cornish, 26 1954-55 53
Canna Park, West Devon field name, 12 1922-23 8, 71, 72
Canon Leigh priory,   13 1924-25 180
Canons of Laon, Cornwall, 19 1936-37 163, 204
Canonsleigh, Abbesses of, 15 1928-29 119,
Canonsleigh, Abbey, 30 1965-67 126
Canonsleigh, Fair, 15 1928-29 125
Canonsleigh, Priory, 14 1926-27 40
Canonsleigh, Priory, 8 1914-15 104
Cardew, Alexander, 14 1926-27 203
Cardinals, Devon, 20 1938-39 276
Cardinham, Manor of, 26 1954-55 203
Carew, Arms of, 13 1924-25 318
Carew, B.M. at Bridgwater in 1744, 12 1922-23 276
Carew, Heraldry, 5 1908-09 31
Carew, Pole Letters 6 1910-11 173, 208,
Carew, Pole, Letters, 2 1902-03 12
Carew, Sir Alexander, 22 1942-46 37
Carew, Sir Peter, 26 1954-55 47, 90
Carewe, Thomas of Studley, 4 1906-07 140
Carew-Mohun, Chimneypiece, Bickleigh Rectory, Tiverton, 9 1916-17 233
Carew's Scroll, Corrections, 2 1902-03 256
Cargreen,   21 1940-41 81
Carkeet or Carkeke, Family of 13 1924-25 154, 303, 349, 354
Carkeet or Carkeke, John, 13 1924-25 254
Carkeet or Carkeke, Samuel, 13 1924-25 100
Carkeet or Carkeke, Stephen, 13 1924-25 351
Carkeet or Carkeke, Family of, 15 1928-29 195
Carkeet, Family of 15 1928-29 297
Carlisle, Devonshire Items at, 2 1902-03 68
Carmenow, Margaret, Inq.P.M., 13 1924-25 42
Carminow arms, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Carminow, Family of, 25 1952-53 141
Carminow, Family of 24 1950-51 56
Carnarvon Arch,   23 1947-49 241
Carols, Two early of Morchard Bishop, 11 1920-21 59
Carpenter, John, Vicar of Branscombe, etc., 7 1912-13 95
Carpet Baggers, Fifteenth century, 19 1936-37 106, 272, 323
Carpet, Manufacture of, 13 1924-25 24, 164
Carpets, Exeter, at, 15 1928-29 246
Carslake, ?, Kerslake or, Tiverton, 22 1942-46 180
Carsugo, Family, 23 1947-49 268
Carswell (Kerswell),   20 1938-39 77
Carters, Inns in London for, 12 1922-23 82
Carthamartha,   20 1938-39 80, 138, 139, 183, 232
Cartularies, Devonshire Abbey and Priory, 7 1912-13 245
Cartularies, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 150
Cartularies, Handlist of Medieval, 25 1952-53 112
Cartularies,   19 1936-37 142, 325
Cartularies, Monastic, 13 1924-25 97, 167, 211
Cartulary, Newnham, 29 1962-64 41
Cartulary, Buckfast, 16 1930-31 90
Cartuther, Manor and Family of, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Carvings, Barnstaple, The Priory, 16 1930-31 289, 348
Cary, Anne of Cockington, b.1653 11 1920-21 161
Cary, Bideford arms, 13 1924-25 179
Cary, Capt. John, 19 1936-37 83
Cary, Family of Follaton, 1 1900-01 117
Cary, Family of, 15 1928-29 244, 296
Cary, George or Robert, Dean of Exeter, 14 1926-27 343
Cary, Sir Geirge of Newparke, Southampton, 12 1922-23 349
Castle Dore,   19 1936-37 130
Castle of Cornwall,   23 1947-49 123
Castles, Trematon, 13 1924-25 94
Castles, Truro, 13 1924-25 40
Caswella, Basilia de, 10 1918-19 224
Catrick, John, 14 1926-27 76
Cattle, Horns on Buildings, 19 1936-37 221, 277
Cattle, Plague 28 1959-61 325
Cavour, Count Camillo, 27 1956-58 246
Cawood, Yorks, 16 1930-31 296
Cawsand,   31 1968-70 121
Cawsand,   32 1971-73 230, 271
Cawsand,   33 1974-77 46
Cawsand,   15 1928-29 163
Cellarer's Account Book,   23 1947-49 253
Celt, bronze, 17 1932-33 43
Celtic Churchyard,   37 1992-96 145
Cemetery, British, Lisbon, 22 1942-46 364
Cemetery, Goodrington, 13 1924-25 115
Censorship in 1615,   15 1928-29 181
Census, Exeter, 17th century, 27 1956-58 227
Census, Membury, at, 17 1932-33 315
Census, Religious, Diocese of Exeter, 1676, 3 1904-05 264
Census, Returns, 36 1987-91 138
Census, Returns, Plymouth, 35 1982-86 33, 364
Census,   20 1938-39 331
Centenarian, Topsham, 18 1934-35 224
Centenarians, Bradworthy Soldiers and, 30 1965-67 169
Ceramics,   30 1965-67 239
Chaddlecombe Folly,   27 1956-58 311
Chafe, Thomas, Monument, 1 1900-01 129, 163,
Chaffcombe,   28 1959-61 221
Chagford, Choir in1726 12 1922-23 226
Chagford, Church, Prowse memorials, 9 1916-17 81, 121
Chagford,   27 1956-58 260
Chagford,   23 1947-49 21
Chained Books, References to, 3 1904-05 30
Chairs, public hire, 36 1987-91 265, 314
Chalice, Newenham Abbey, 20 1938-39 28
Chalk, Rev.E.S., Memoir of, 19 1936-37 97
Champernon, Family of, 16 1930-31 86
Champernoun, Family of Modbury, 12 1922-23 342
Champernoun, Family of, 24 1950-51 227
Champernowne, Francis, 17 1932-33 185, 235
Champernowne, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Champernowne, History, 18 1934-35 3, 81, 84, 108, 319, 374
Champernowne,   19 1936-37 26, 118, 265
Chancellors, Exeter Cathedral, 37 1992-96 14, 65
Chancellors, Exeter Diocese, 15 1928-29 216
Chancels, Arrangement of, 17th and 18th centuries, 22 1942-46 165
Chancels, Evolution of, 17th and 18th centuries, 22 1942-46 227
Chancery, Miscellanea, 18 1934-35 95
Channel Island, Seafarers, 36 1987-91 38
Chantiloupe, Wrecked in Bigbury Bay, 23 1947-49 322
Chantrell, Family of Bampton, 4 1906-07 264
Chantries,   34 1978-81 319
Chantries, Exeter Cathedral, 35 1982-86 12, 67
Chantry, Dabernon's in Lansallos, 22 1942-46 270
Chantry, Priests at plymouth, 18 1934-35 352
Chapel 'La Wallen', Gidleigh, 11 1920-21 129
Chapel Rock, Perranporth, 14 1926-27 104
Chapel Street, Exeter, 12 1922-23 345
Chapel, Carn Brea, 31 1968-70 12
Chapel, Lady Mary's, Newton Abbot, 36 1987-91 97
Chapel, Near Bideford Bridge, 21 1940-41 73
Chapel, Plymouth Brethren, 29 1962-64 9, 92
Chapel, St.Brannoc, Braunton, 27 1956-58 336
Chapel, St.Elidius, 30 1965-67 260
Chapel, St.Katherine's, Marazion, 29 1962-64 294
Chapel, St.Loyes, Wonford, 21 1940-41 62, 131
Chapel, St.Michael, Brent Hill, 28 1959-61 50
Chapel, St.Peter, Cargreen, 21 1940-41 81
Chapel, The King's 'Catholick Chapell', 36 1987-91 216
Chapel, Wolford, 21 1940-41 79
Chapels, Binnerton, Crowan, 29 1962-64 11
Chapels, Bridge, 22 1942-46 214, 240
Chapels, Bridge, St.Edmond's, Exeter, 22 1942-46 203
Chapels, Mousehole, 30 1965-67 184
Chapels, Parochial and Licensed, 8 1914-15 206
Chapels, Rawridge, 35 1982-86 327
Chapman, Joseph, Monument at Colyton, 4 1906-07 198
Chapman, Barrows, 29 1962-64 206
Chapman, Family of 25 1952-53 140
Chapple MSS, History of Devon, 12 1922-23 207
Chapple's Collections,   11 1920-21 125
Chappyngton, Family, Organ makers of South Molton, 6 1910-11 31, 84, 85, 86,
Charaton and Penhawger,   23 1947-49 202
Charcoal, Peat, 30 1965-67 118, 252
Chard, Thomas, Abbot of Forde, 30 1965-67 299
Chard, Thomas, 15 1928-29 118, 185, 365
Chards, Two Thomas, 19 1936-37 101, 226, 270
Chardstock Spurs,   23 1947-49 23
Charities, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 184
Charity, Christian Name, 18 1934-35 372
Charity, Christian name, 19 1936-37 36
Charity, Early 17th century, 23 1947-49 47
Charity, Private, 30 1965-67 300
Charles Church, Plymouth, 1 1900-01 189
Charles Church, Plymouth, 23 1947-49 115
Charles Church, Plymouth, 6 1910-11 200
Charles II, Address to, 15 1928-29 95
Charles II, Goods of at Cullompton and Nymet Tracey, 8 1914-15 7
Charles II, Miniature in Ford Family, 1 1900-01 157, 180,
Charm, Containing name of Cornish saint, 17 1932-33 119
Charms, Apple Tree, 2 1902-03 113, 206,
Charter Roll, For Common Advantage of the Land of Cornwall, 5 1908-09 142
Charter, Morebath, 12 1922-23 111
Charters,   32 1971-73 103, 119, 176
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, 17 1932-33 55, 124, 322
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, 15 1928-29 10
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, Devon, 20 1938-39 370
Charters, Cornish, 15 1928-29 184
Charters, Topsham, 34 1978-81 3
Chase, Family, 15 1928-29 146
Chaucer,   29 1962-64 87, 207
Chave, Rev.E.W.T., 17 1932-33 367
Chdests, 'Armada',   15 1928-29 193, 293, 365, 366
Cheddeham,   20 1938-39 181, 389
Chedderleigh, Place and Family, 14 1926-27 218, 267
Chee Chonter,   18 1934-35 28
Cheese presses,   14 1926-27 203
Cheglinch,   23 1947-49 24
Cheltenham (Glos.),   33 1974-77 56
Cheney (Cheyney), Family of, 15 1928-29 21, 55, 57, 59, 66
Cheney, Family, 14 1926-27 291, 358
Chequey a fesse vairy,   26 1954-55 62
Cheriton Bishop,   18 1934-35 146
Chest, 17th century, inscription on, 36 1987-91 220
Cheverston, John, 14 1926-27 32
Cheyney, Family, 25 1952-53 175
Chichester, Arthur, 14 1926-27 379
Chichester, Family, Papists' Licence, 1 1900-01 199
Chichester, Sir Robert, of Raleigh, 1626, 2 1902-03 123
Chichester, Widworthy, Of, and Virginia, 4 1906-07 89
Chidley, John of, 13 1924-25 180
Chievre, William, 29 1962-64 193
Chilcott's School, Tiverton, 27 1956-58 122, 259
Child labour, Withleigh, 34 1978-81 62
Children, Unchristened, registers of, 12 1922-23 52
Children's Song Games in Devon,   11 1920-21 50
Chimney-sweep in 1654,   14 1926-27 156
China Clay,   22 1942-46 251
Chinese Bell,   23 1947-49 265
Chis, Morval, 19 1936-37 369
Chislet (Kent),   31 1968-70 182
Chitjack, name for Oakapple Day, 11 1920-21 68
Chittlehampton, Church, Heraldry in, 10 1918-19 59
Chittlehampton, Manor, 23 1947-49 297
Chittlehampton,   27 1956-58 38, 171,220, 236
Chittlehampton,   26 1954-55 146
Chittlehampton,   17 1932-33 250, 290
Chittlehampton, Wayside Cross, 5 1908-09 17, 50,
Chiverton, Thomas, 33 1974-77 97, 143, 188, 236, 277, 337
Chiverton, Thomas, 34 1978-81 5, 52
Cholwich Town, stone cross, 17 1932-33 44
Cholwich, Family, 28 1959-61 85, 160
Chope, Memoir of, 20 1938-39 49
Chope, R.F., Library of, 20 1938-39 224, 285
Christadelphians,   12 1922-23 344
Christian Names, Charity, 19 1936-37 36
Christian Names, Digory, 19 1936-37 172, 232, 326
Christian Names, Double, 20 1938-39 123, 231
Christian Names, Double, Early example of, 7 1912-13 20
Christian Names, Early Double, 23 1947-49 248
Christian Names, Euclid, 19 1936-37 319, 370
Christian Names, Florence, 12 1922-23 344
Christian Names,   27 1956-58 45
Christian Names,   18 1934-35 274
Christianity, Exeter, use of the term, 11 1920-21 84
Christmas, Family of Bideford, 6 1910-11 175, 209, 210,
Christow,   24 1950-51 14
Chronicon, Church of Exeter, 7 1912-13 246
Chronicon, Exeter, Of The Church of, 8 1914-15 240
Chronicon, Harleian MS 545, 8 1914-15 27
Chubbe, John, 13 1924-25 130
Chudleigh, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 194
Chudleigh, Col. George, 15 1928-29 146, 199
Chudleigh, Crediton Turnpike Trust, 36 1987-91 369
Chudleigh, Family, 14 1926-27 218, 267
Chudleigh, John, 15 1928-29 194, 250
Chudleigh, Mr.Gawler of, 1688, 3 1904-05 74
Chudleigh, Obelisk, 20 1938-39 38
Chudleigh, Thomas First Lord Clifford of, 1 1900-01 81
Chudleigh, William, 15 1928-29 194
Chudleigh,   13 1924-25 55, 111, 208
Chulmleigh, Church, Crucifix in wall of, 12 1922-23 110
Chulmleigh, Church, Sanctuary in, 8 1914-15 49
Chulmleigh, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 43, 70, 71,
Chulmleigh, Prebendal Lands, 25 1952-53 201
Chulmleigh,   8 1914-15 31, 48,
Chulmleigh,   35 1982-86 355
Church advowsons, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 336
Church architecture, Combeinteignhead, 35 1982-86 35, 74
Church architecture, Heavitree church tower, 34 1978-81 123
Church architecture, Young wives window at St.Neot's, 34 1978-81 311
Church Armour, Hartland, 12 1922-23 329-336
Church Armour, Examples of, 11 1920-21 92
Church Bands, Buckland Monachorum, 27 1956-58 333
Church Bands, Heanton Punchardon, 10 1918-19 47
Church Bands, Sidmouth, 10 1918-19 271
Church Bands, Woodbury parish, 10 1918-19 93
Church Bands,   9 1916-17 124, 149, 161, 200, 253,
Church Bell, Uffculme, 8 1914-15 29
Church Bells, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 218
Church Bells,   15 1928-29 123
Church Building, Honiton, 36 1987-91 68
Church Charters, Devon, 736, 1 1900-01 39
Church Decorations, Cullompton, 36 1987-91 35
Church Dedications, Bradninch, 37 1992-96 45
Church Dedications, North Devon, 37 1992-96 249
Church Dedications, Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 163
Church Furniture, Alabaster figures, 35 1982-86 316
Church Guide Books,   35 1982-86 161
Church Houses,   32 1971-73 240
Church Incised Memorials, Hatherleigh, 37 1992-96 342
Church Inscriptions, Peter Tavy, 37 1992-96 112
Church Life, Winkleigh, 15 1928-29 41
Church Militant,   22 1942-46 202
Church Monuments,   31 1968-70 181, 182
Church Monuments,   32 1971-73 216, 217, 252
Church Music,   35 1982-86 133
Church Near a Windmill,   36 1987-91 71-2, 139
Church Pews,   35 1982-86 331, 347, 377
Church Pews,   36 1987-91 132
Church Plate,   23 1947-49 198
Church Plate, Devon, 9 1916-17 91
Church Plate, Descriptions of Some Old, 2 1902-03 181, 256
Church Plate, Mark of 1789, 1 1900-01 102, 158, 159, 191,
Church Plays, late instances of, 17 1932-33 373
Church Porch, burial in, 15 1928-29 292, 370
Church 'Quires', Devonshire, 5 1908-09 48
Church Rate, Bovey Tracey 1596, 10 1918-19 329
Church Rates, Bovey Tracey, 11 1920-21 40
Church Registers, Exeter, 25 1952-53 194
Church Restoration,   34 1978-81 284
Church Sittings,   11 1920-21 144
Church Sittings,   9 1916-17 36, 116, 159
Church, Band 28 1959-61 93
Church, Bradworthy, 23 1947-49 312
Church, Buckland Brewer, 23 1947-49 88
Church, Chancel, descent to, 16 1930-31 50
Church, Dedication, Lee 28 1959-61 327
Church, Exeter St.David's, 23 1947-49 53
Church, Exeter St.George's, 23 1947-49 243
Church, Great Torrington, 21 1940-41 181
Church, Halwill, 33 1974-77 118
Church, Hartland, St.Nectan's, 23 1947-49 307
Church, Helland, 23 1947-49 342
Church, House, 16 1930-31 162
Church, Ilsington, 33 1974-77 22
Church, Kingsnympton, 21 1940-41 129
Church, Money payments in, 14 1926-27 110, 279
Church, monumental brasses, 33 1974-77 300
Church, Officers, 33 1974-77 33
Church, Plate, 28 1959-61 49, 84
Church, Plymouth, Charles, 23 1947-49 115
Church, Plymouth, Corpus Christi, 23 1947-49 344
Church, Poundstock, 23 1947-49 342
Church, Registers, 16 1930-31 293, 348
Church, Rose Ash, 21 1940-41 113
Church, Saimt Germoe, 23 1947-49 354
Church, Siloam, 23 1947-49 344
Church, Spyhole, 34 1978-81 82
Church, Stained glass, 33 1974-77 65
Church, Tower doors, 14 1926-27 156, 201, 265, 310
Church, Windows, mending before feasts, 14 1926-27 107
Churches, Burials in Parish, 23 1947-49 384
Churches, Cullompton, 36 1987-91 35, 214
Churches, Deanery of Kenn, 8 1914-15 141
Churches, Deavery of Kenn, Notes on, 9 1916-17 217
Churches, Dedications of in Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 259
Churches, Foot and Hand Graffiti in, 30 1965-67 57
Churches, Ground plans of, 12 1922-23 5
Churches, Hat-pegs in, 10 1918-19 307
Churches, Honiton, 36 1987-91 68
Churches, Kenn Deanery, Notes on, 8 1914-15 3, 5,
Churches, Kentisbeare, 36 1987-91 37
Churches, Lyson's notes on Devonshire, 26 1954-55 151
Churches, Mayoral Elections in, 9 1916-17 18
Churches, Plymouth, 10 1918-19 197
Churches, Porch Fire Places,, in Devon, 21 1940-41 130
Church-Houses, Modbury, 31 1968-70 221
Churchill, Arabella, 18 1934-35 24
Churchill, Family of, 11 1920-21 51
Churchill, Family of, 9 1916-17 96
Churchill, John, 18 1934-35 24
Churchstaunton, Chalice, 18 1934-35 313
Churchstow,   16 1930-31 241
Churchwarden, Senior in England, 20 1938-39 142, 187
Churchwarden, Senior in England, 19 1936-37 362
Churchwardens' Accounts, Honiton, 29 1962-64 224
Churchwardens' Accounts, Kilkhampton, 24 1950-51 33
Churchwardens' Accounts, Modbury, 20 1938-39 133, 187
Churchwardens' Accounts, Rose Ash, 22 1942-46 62
Churchwardens' Accounts, St. Mary Major, Exeter, 1410, 9 1916-17 220, 239,
Churchwardens' Accounts, St. Marychurch, 28 1959-61 60
Churchwardens' Accounts,   27 1956-58 47
Churchwardens' Accounts,   15 1928-29 11, 68
Churchwardens' Accounts,   13 1924-25 10, 57, 59, 101, 102, 161, 163, 200, 258, 265
Churchwardens' Book, Membury, 21 1940-41 24
Churchwardens, Accounts of Littleham with Exmouth, 32 1971-73 8
Churchwardens, Accounts, 16 1930-31 283, 330, 380
Churchwardens, Accounts, 14 1926-27 66, 67, 107
Churchwardens, Appointing, 14 1926-27 107, 165
Churchwardens, Exeter, 20 1938-39 177
Churchwardens, Of St.Michael's Church, Honiton, 1570-1651, 30 1965-67 13
Churchwardens, Wands of, 11 1920-21 287
Churchwardens, Women, 14 1926-27 107, 165
Churchwardens,   22 1942-46 17
Churchyard, Ottery St.Mary, Trees in, 10 1918-19 271
Churchyard, Paignton, Trees in, 10 1918-19 306
Churchyards, Haunted, 27 1956-58 85
Churchyards, Round, 14 1926-27 351
Churchyards, Round, 13 1924-25 202
Churchyards, Trees in, 9 1916-17 247
Churchyards, Winnowing in, 17 1932-33 59
Churne-in-Witheridge,   26 1954-55 149
Churston Ferrers, Discovery of old Documents, 5 1908-09 255
Churston Ferrers,   15 1928-29 365
Chysauster,   17 1932-33 43
Cicestria, Henry de, Missal of, 10 1918-19 60
Cidan, Sultan Muley, 17 1932-33 60
Cider, Mill and Press, Cornish, 12 1922-23 49
Cider, Spirit, 35 1982-86 391
Circuit, Western, 15 1928-29 104
Circus, 19th century, 35 1982-86 151
Cistercian General Chapters, Statute of the, 23 1947-49 84
Civil War, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 246
Civil War, Devon, 35 1982-86 243
Civil War, Exeter, in, 17 1932-33 221
Civil War, Interregnum, 29 1962-64 80, 102, 132, 139, 171, 227
Civil War, Mint at Exeter, 11 1920-21 249
Civil War, Payhembury, Tale from, 36 1987-91 108
Civil War, Plymouth appeals to London 1645 12 1922-23 29
Civil War, Relics of, Cannonballs, 2 1902-03 224
Civil War,   31 1968-70 41, 63, 167
Civil War,   34 1978-81 119, 245
Civil War,   15 1928-29 32
Clampitt,   30 1965-67 172, 199, 276
Clampitt,   31 1968-70 26, 65
Clannaborough, Clergy of, 26 1954-55 25
Clannaborough,   27 1956-58 30
Clannaborough,   14 1926-27 351
Clap, Memoirs of Roger, 18 1934-35 138
Clapham (Surrey), and Devon, 15 1928-29 198
Clapper Bridge, Zeus' Woodpecker at, 22 1942-46 193
Clapper Bridge,   16 1930-31 248, 299
Clasiewell Pool, Dartmoor, 12 1922-23 238
Classical scholars, Cornwall, in, 13 1924-25 25, 70, 164
Classical scholars, Devon, 13 1924-25 24, 25, 69, 164
Classical Scholars, Devon, 12 1922-23 274, 306
Claverton,   18 1934-35 275
Clawton, Fee Farm Rent, 24 1950-51 96
Clawton, History of, 21 1940-41 46
Clawton, Wardens' accounts, 13 1924-25 258
Clawton, Wardens' accounts, 14 1926-27 67
Clawton,   33 1974-77 132
Clawton,   22 1942-46 259
Clawton,   20 1938-39 323
Clawton,   18 1934-35 374
Clayhidon, Inscription at, 18 1934-35 130
Cleak, Adam, 15 1928-29 290, 369
Cleaveland, Ezra, from Honiton Registers, 11 1920-21 142
Cleaveland, Ezra, Rector of Powderham 1697, 10 1918-19 313
Cleeve Memorial, Kentisbeare Church, 36 1987-91 37
Clergy, Devon, 37 1992-96 106, 137, 168, 199, 235, 267, 293, 334
Clergy, Cornwall in 1645, 10 1918-19 306
Clergy, Devon in 1561, 15 1928-29 38
Clergy, Exeter in 1415, 15 1928-29 86
Clergy, List of 1704, 17 1932-33 120
Clergy, Longevity at Berry Pomeroy, 5 1908-09 93
Clergy, Reformation, 37 1992-96 162
Clergy, Reverend Hann, 37 1992-96 112
Clergy, Richard Bryan, 37 1992-96 121
Clergy,   32 1971-73 55
Clergy,   35 1982-86 180, 264, 312
Clerical Subscriptions,   28 1959-61 141, 161, 199, 226
Clerical Subsidies, Exeter, 4 1906-07 271
Clifford, Chudleigh ,1645 9 1916-17 58
Clifford, Family of, 13 1924-25 8
Clifford, Louisa, 'All Is Not Fable', 9 1916-17 116
Clifford, Thomas, First Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, 1 1900-01 81
Climate,   33 1974-77 311
Climo, Surname, 29 1962-64 300
Climo, Surname, 30 1965-67 59
Clistbarnevile, Location of, 3 1904-05 82
Cloberry, Oliver, 17 1932-33 206
Clock and Watch Makers, West Country, 10 1918-19 28
Clock and Watch Makers, West Country, 9 1916-17 30, 64, 185, 204, 252,
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 11 1920-21 166
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 8 1914-15 16, 141, 204,
Clock and Watchmakers, West Country, 7 1912-13 241
Clock and Watchmakers, Devon, 3 1904-05 155, 200,
Clock Makers, Devon, 29 1962-64 61
Clock Makers, Devon, Woodbury and East Budleigh, 3 1904-05 240
Clock Makers, Lovelace, 10 1918-19 162
Clock Makers, Lovelace's, Exeter, 1 1900-01 178
Clock Makers, Trumpeting, of Ottery St. Mary, 6 1910-11 1
Clock Makers, West Country makers, 12 1922-23 348, 349
Clock Makers, West Country, 11 1920-21 144
Clock Makers,   15 1928-29 245
Clock Makers,   33 1974-77 168, 194, 265
Clocks, Ancient at Barnstaple, 12 1922-23 185
Clocks, Ancient in North Devon, 12 1922-23 357
Clocks, Exeter, 1 1900-01 177
Clog making, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 186
Clog, Almanacs, 23 1947-49 269
Clogs, Devonshire,, making of, 11 1920-21 94
Clony, Lepers of, 13 1924-25 50
Clopton, Walter de, 1322, 10 1918-19 320
Close of St.Andrews, Sketch of Exeter Life, 1870, 7 1912-13 108, 131,
Cloth-Workers of Exon, Arms of, 1 1900-01 190
Clovelly, Alice Giffard 1275 I.P.M., 2 1902-03 188
Clovelly, Hour glass in church, 12 1922-23 85
Clovelly, Religious Houses at, 12 1922-23 311
Clovelly, Ship of, 12 1922-23 111
Clovelly,   15 1928-29 165, 366
Club, Walks, 31 1968-70 250
Clubs and Societies,   32 1971-73 65
Clyst Hydon,   15 1928-29 11, 68
Clyst Hyneton,   18 1934-35 131
Clyst St.George, Flagon of 1737, 2 1902-03 137
Clyst St.George, Sokespitch family, 5 1908-09 23
Clyst St.George,   16 1930-31 86
Clyst St.Lawrence,   20 1938-39 247
Clyst Wicon, Charter, 17 1932-33 58
Cnaresburc,   14 1926-27 14, 348
Coach routes,   36 1987-91 336
Coach Travel, Exeter to London, 1800, 1 1900-01 104
Coaches, Oxen used for, 15 1928-29 127
Coaches, Stage, 27 1956-58 335
Coaching days, St.Sidwell's parish, 15 1928-29 324
Coade, Family, 32 1971-73 220
Coade, Family, 33 1974-77 26, 226
Coal, Advertisement in Exeter Journal, 1754, 1 1900-01 204
Coal, Devonshire, In ?, 7 1912-13 57
Coal, Existence in Devon, 9 1916-17 99
Coastguard, Land and buildings for, 37 1992-96 256
Coat of Arms, Rowe of Torleven, 12 1922-23 59
Coats of Arms,   27 1956-58 187, 219, 246
Cob, Houses, 23 1947-49 267, 324
Cob, Walls, 10 1918-19 264
Cobbett of the West (Thomas Latimer),   35 1982-86 257
Cobeleia, place-name, 17 1932-33 61
Coblegh family,   26 1954-55 149
Cobleigh (Cobley) family,   32 1971-73 148, 218
Cobleigh Family, Brightleigh, Of, 1 1900-01 210, 244,
Cobley, Uncle Tom, 22 1942-46 281
Cochiswill, Beer, 14 1926-27 297
Cock Pit, Truro, 7 1912-13 129
Cock, M.F., 15 1928-29 105
Cocke, Arthur,   35 1982-86 133
Cock-fighting, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 195
Cock-fighting,   11 1920-21 262
Cockington, Manor, 33 1974-77 109
Cockington,   22 1942-46 273
Cocks (Cick, Cox), Capt.William, d.1588,Plymouth and the Armada, 5 1908-09 165
Cocktree, South Tawton, Origins, 1 1900-01 103, 151,
Cockworthy,   12 1922-23 294
Codner, Family, 34 1978-81 133
Codner, Samuel, 13 1924-25 196, 265
Coffin Lid, Kingswear, 20 1938-39 73
Coffin Lid, St.Stephen's-by-Saltash, 20 1938-39 385
Coffin Lid, St.Stephens-by-Saltash, 21 1940-41 39
Coffin Tree Cross,   26 1954-55 221
Coffin, Richard of Portledge, 23 1947-49 33
Coffin, Tristram, Brixton 1641, 3 1904-05 103
Coffin, Tristram, Of Brixton, Emigrant to America, 1641, 2 1902-03 142
Coffin,, Family of New England, 16 1930-31 131
Coffin-stools, Branscombe, at, 17 1932-33 267
Coffinswell, Armorial Bearings in church, 3 1904-05 36, 95
Cogs (ships),   13 1924-25 273
Coin, Early in cob wall, 11 1920-21 14
Coin, Roman in Exeter, 13 1924-25 345
Coin, Silver, from Lifton, 13 1924-25 159, 210
Coinage Controllers, Devon and Cornwall, 15th century, 2 1902-03 40
Coinage Hall, Great of Lostwithiel, 7 1912-13 225
Coinage, copper token of Cornwall, 13 1924-25 246
Coins, Anglo-Saxon from Totnes Mint, 2 1902-03 86
Coins, Found, 16 1930-31 259
Coins, Portuguese coims in the West of England, 11 1920-21 253
Coke, Associated Families, 22 1942-46 215
Coke, Of Thorne in Ottery St. Mary, 22 1942-46 191
Cokematon,   22 1942-46 273
Colan of Colan,   12 1922-23 295
Colan, Arms, 20 1938-39 182
Colaton Raleigh,   13 1924-25 346
Colaton Raleigh, Silver Patten in Church, 1 1900-01 73,
Coldharbour,   25 1952-53 76
Cole, John, will of, 1532, 29 1962-64 69
Cole, John and Thomas of Slade 1515 12 1922-23 7
Colebrook, Church, 20 1938-39 270
Colebrook, Ford, 16 1930-31 3
Colenso, Bibliography, Additions to Bishop, 7 1912-13 175
Colenso, Bishop, 16 1930-31 161
Colenso, Family, 25 1952-53 22, 54
Colenso, Manor, 27 1956-58 52
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 22 1942-46 198
Coleridgeana,   16 1930-31 132
Coleridgeiana,   20 1938-39 137
Colet, Richard, Commissioner, 1505, 8 1914-15 175
Coleton, Chapel, Kingswear, 13 1924-25 300
Coleton, St.Michael's church, 13 1924-25 99
Collaton St.Mary,   17 1932-33 107
Colliepriest, Ford, 14 1926-27 157
Colliepriest, Tiverton, 2 1902-03 164, 221, 251,
Collier, Mrs. Ann, 26 1954-55 88
Collins, Arthur, birthplace of, 9 1916-17 69, 115
Collins, Musbury Church stone, for, 10 1918-19 64
Collins, Rev.John, d.1729, 10 1918-19 126
Collins, William, 32 1971-73 217
Colliton, Sir John, garden in Exmouth, 11 1920-21 146
Colliton, Sir John, Exmouth, 11 1920-21 260
Collumpton Church,   22 1942-46 223
Colperra Day at the Lizard,   35 1982-86 125
Colpole,   15 1928-29 9
Colyford, Mace of the Borough, 8 1914-15 113
Colyn, John, 14 1926-27 32
Colyon, Wall Painting in Feoffee Chamber, 10 1918-19 161
Colyton Church, Coffin-shaped Gravestone, 4 1906-07 141
Colyton Church, Courtenay Tomb, 5 1908-09 33
Colyton Church, Joseph Chapman's Memorial Inscrirption, 4 1906-07 198
Colyton Church, Pole Monument, 9 1916-17 1
Colyton Church, Register Extracts, 5 1908-09 213
Colyton Church, Yonge Coffin Plates, 5 1908-09 129
Colyton Register Entries, Term 'Sanctuary', 4 1906-07 216
Colyton, Dr.Ellis Veryard of, 10 1918-19 219, 269,
Colyton, Floyer family, 6 1910-11 106
Colyton, George Rhodes, Vicar of, 5 1908-09 11
Colyton, Heraldry of, 5 1908-09 29
Colyton, Howberhayne, Reminiscences of, 2 1902-03 174
Colyton, John Anstis MS., 4 1906-07 191
Colyton, Marriages in Exeter Cathedral, 5 1908-09 89, 119,
Colyton, Parsonage, 5 1908-09 288
Colyton, Rev.Anstis, Vicar of, 4 1906-07 13, 15,
Colyton, Rev.George Anstis, 3 1904-05 238
Colyton, The Great House, 9 1916-17 199
Colyton, Thomas Brerewode, Vicar, 6 1910-11 129
Colyton, Yonge family, 6 1910-11 127
Colyton,   28 1959-61 111
Colyton,   29 1962-64 147
Colyton,   32 1971-73 48, 71, 110
Colyton,   26 1954-55 52
Colyton,   25 1952-53 74
Colyton,   22 1942-46 175
Colyton,   20 1938-39 122
Colyton,   18 1934-35 370
Colyton,   15 1928-29 126
Combe Martin, Hemp growing, 36 1987-91 110
Combe Martin, Mint at, 11 1920-21 198
Combe Martin, Mint, 12 1922-23 208
Combe Martin, Silver Mine at, 30 1965-67 208
Combe Martin, Silver, 9 1916-17 128
Combe Martin, Thomas Bushel and Mines, 10 1918-19 34, 127
Combe Martin, Turnpike, 22 1942-46 117
Combe Pyne,   20 1938-39 278
Combe Pyne,   21 1940-41 201
Combe Raleigh,   16 1930-31 259
Combe Raleigh,   14 1926-27 22
Combe Raleigh,   21 1940-41 201
Combeinteignhead,   32 1971-73 240
Combeinteignhead,   35 1982-86 35, 74
Combe-in-Teignhead, Location of Jower Netherton, 1 1900-01 79
Combemartin, Family, 11 1920-21 94
Combemartin, Silver, 11 1920-21 164
Combemartin, Silver, 11 1920-21 206
Comberew, Almshouses, 18 1934-35 218
Combpyne churchyard,   14 1926-27 265
Commin, James George, In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 129
Commissioners, Restoration, 13 1924-25 314
Commons of Devon, Exclusion of Barnstaple and Totnes, 1 1900-01 80, 119, 133,
Commonwealth, Deed, 14 1926-27 293, 363
Communion Table Furnishings, 18th century Cornwall, 23 1947-49 112
Companies (Limited),   33 1974-77 313
Compliments, County versions, 7 1912-13 200, 250,
Compton Castle,   20 1938-39 273
Compton Castle,   3 1904-05 209
Compton,   27 1956-58 53
Conan, Bishop, 15 1928-29 78
Conant, Family, 27 1956-58 335
Conant, Roger, 17 1932-33 132
Condy's Ecclesiastical Remains,   36 1987-91 71
Confession, Of Robert Alliston at Tiverton, 30 1965-67 259
Congregational, Church at Sidmouth, 30 1965-67 203
Congregationalists, Tiverton, 1661, 29 1962-64 60
Congregationalists,   12 1922-23 344
Congress, Celtic, Prehistoric and Protohistoric, 17 1932-33 98
Conjurer, Devon, 33 1974-77 247
Connock, Joan, 14 1926-27 221
Connock's Hawk,   31 1968-70 224
Consecration Crosses,   17 1932-33 54
Conventicle, Membury, at, 17 1932-33 375
Conventicle, Membury at, 16 1930-31 319
Conventual Houses of Exeter,   3 1904-05 129-150, 186, 189, 191, 192, 218, 219,
Conveyances, peculiar clauses in, 14 1926-27 59
Convicts, Deportment of, 1784, 1 1900-01 244
Conybeare, and Howson, 20 1938-39 78
Coode, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Coode, Family, 32 1971-73 22
Cook, Samuel, Water Colourist, 1806-59, 1 1900-01 161
Cooke or Coke, Family, 16 1930-31 172
Cooke, Family, 28 1959-61 160
Coomberies, Place-name element, 12 1922-23 167
Coomberies,   12 1922-23 260
Cooper, John (Diary), 18 1934-35 318
Cooperage, Ancient Craft of, 19 1936-37 242
Co-operative experience, Exeter and Devon, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Cope, 13th century, 24 1950-51 98
Cope, Johnny, 15 1928-29 291, 370
Copelan-stan,   18 1934-35 112
Copenhagen,   20 1938-39 42
Copenhagen,   19 1936-37 365
Copleston and Bradford families,   2 1902-03 144, 247, 249,
Copleston, Bishop, Letter to, c.1801, 2 1902-03 182
Copleston, Family, 10 1918-19 80
Copleston, Family, 10 1918-19 182
Copleston, Family, 9 1916-17 217, 254,
Copleston, J.G., 14 1926-27 174
Copleston, Reading-desk 20 1938-39 270
Copleston, Rev. John, 20 1938-39 272
Coplestone, Anthony, 37 1992-96 129
Coplestone,   20 1938-39 208
Coplestons, The Early, 20 1938-39 51
Copper mining,   29 1962-64 30
Copplestone, Charter, 17 1932-33 322
Copplestone, Family, 3 1904-05 94
Corbyn, Le Yreis, 15 1928-29 64
Corbyn, Le Yreis, 14 1926-27 99, 199, 264
Corn, Export in 1735, 14 1926-27 180
Cornish, Anglicised Name, 23 1947-49 179
Cornish, Clocks, Clockmakers, 29 1962-64 93
Cornish, Crosses, 30 1965-67 1, 65, 121, 125, 129
Cornish, Acre, 17 1932-33 317
Cornish, Acre, 18 1934-35 132
Cornish, Banks and Bank Notes, 25 1952-53 52
Cornish, Banks and Bank Notes, 24 1950-51 183
Cornish, Canals, 26 1954-55 53
Cornish, Clergy in 1645, 10 1918-19 306
Cornish, Coast watch against Napoleon, 25 1952-53 48
Cornish, Cookery, 25 1952-53 171
Cornish, Cross in Portugal, 30 1965-67 166
Cornish, Crosses, 28 1959-61 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 196, 225, 241, 273
Cornish, Crosses, 27 1956-58 1, 33, 65, 81, 93, 97, 129, 161, 193, 257
Cornish, Crosses, 29 1962-64 1, 35, 97, 129, 209, 273, 289
Cornish, Crosses, 31 1968-70 10
Cornish, Crosses, 26 1954-55 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225
Cornish, Crosses, 25 1952-53 1, 29, 57, 85, 109, 113, 145, 177, 209
Cornish, Crosses, 24 1950-51 105, 137, 190, 217
Cornish, Cures, 31 1968-70 153, 250
Cornish, Engineers, Hornblowers, The, 11 1920-21 10
Cornish, Family of S. Devon, 3 1904-05 23
Cornish, Family of tin-bounders 28 1959-61 209, 229
Cornish, Farm houses, 31 1968-70 227
Cornish, Farmer, retirement of, 28 1959-61 25
Cornish, Folk-Lore, Piskies, 7 1912-13 113
Cornish, For Beginners, 29 1962-64 128
Cornish, Immigrants (1828-1832), 30 1965-67 317
Cornish, Insularity, 31 1968-70 153
Cornish, Jury, 25 1952-53 24
Cornish, Language, dialect derived from, 12 1922-23 36, 47,
Cornish, Legend, The Devil's leap, 12 1922-23 30
Cornish, Medicine, 24 1950-51 143
Cornish, Methodism, 30 1965-67 28, 30, 64, 201, 202, 206, 254, 287
Cornish, Methodist Studies 28 1959-61 183
Cornish, Methodists, 29 1962-64 62, 94, 159, 240
Cornish, Miners' Petition to Queen Victoria, 26 1954-55 58
Cornish, Miners, 25 1952-53 18
Cornish, Mines, 29 1962-64 31, 126, 160
Cornish, Mining areas, 31 1968-70 135
Cornish, Mrs.Samuel, 18 1934-35 277
Cornish, Names, misreading of, 18 1934-35 270
Cornish, Of Salcombe, 18 1934-35 159
Cornish, Ports, 25 1952-53 139
Cornish, Printing, 11 1920-21 138
Cornish, Printing, Penheale press, 11 1920-21 69
Cornish, Rectories, 19 1936-37 11
Cornish, Rhyme, 27 1956-58 187, 220, 248
Cornish, Rhyme, 29 1962-64 30
Cornish, Rounds or Playing Pieces, 7 1912-13 172
Cornish, Royalist Family, 17th century, 25 1952-53 89
Cornish, Saints, 29 1962-64 125
Cornish, Sea Song, 12 1922-23 328
Cornish, Sea-words, 29 1962-64 288
Cornish, Stone Circle, 19 1936-37 354
Cornish, Tide-mills, 31 1968-70 246
Cornish, Two Boundaries, 29 1962-64 27
Cornish, Volunteers 28 1959-61 10, 46, 77, 94, 166
Cornish, Volunteers in the 19th Century (1803-1808), 30 1965-67 172
Cornish, Volunteers, 27 1956-58 135, 229, 326
Cornish, Worthies, Ascending Pedigrees, 25 1952-53 51
Cornwall, Archdeaconry 14 1926-27 22
Cornwall, Arms of, 21 1940-41 314
Cornwall, Beacons, 35 1982-86 233
Cornwall, Beam engine, 36 1987-91 184
Cornwall, Castle of, 18 1934-35 76, 184
Cornwall, Chapels, 32 1971-73 7, 144, 145, 275, 276
Cornwall, China Clay Industry, 22 1942-46 251
Cornwall, Church advowsons, 37 1992-96 336
Cornwall, Churches, 33 1974-77 65
Cornwall, Consonant mutations in, 32 1971-73 152
Cornwall, Country life in, sixty years ago, 24 1950-51 120
Cornwall, County historians, 35 1982-86 41
Cornwall, Creation of the Duchy, 1337, 10 1918-19 135-144, 260
Cornwall, Crosses, 36 1987-91 324
Cornwall, Cures in, 32 1971-73 20
Cornwall, Cures, 34 1978-81 167
Cornwall, Deeds, 21 1940-41 41
Cornwall, Development of, 36 1987-91 9
Cornwall, Devon and, a Frenchman's impressions of,1706, 22 1942-46 172, 183
Cornwall, Documents, queries,from, 36 1987-91 140
Cornwall, Domesday manors, 12 1922-23 135
Cornwall, Drawings of, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Cornwall, Duchy of, 10 1918-19 299
Cornwall, Duchy of, Manors, 29 1962-64 161, 196, 214, 241, 276
Cornwall, Early Football in, 11 1920-21 4
Cornwall, Earthwork, (Giant's Hedge), 37 1992-96 314
Cornwall, Education in, 32 1971-73 225, 257
Cornwall, Education in, 33 1974-77 3, 196, 243, 295
Cornwall, Election, 1744, 29 1962-64 14
Cornwall, Emigration from, 37 1992-96 303
Cornwall, Emigration, 34 1978-81 184
Cornwall, Emigration, 19th century, 36 1987-91 5
Cornwall, Enclosure Awards, 21 1940-41 292
Cornwall, Folk songs, 36 1987-91 37, 70
Cornwall, Fortifications, 21 1940-41 162
Cornwall, Goldsmiths, 37 1992-96 297
Cornwall, Harbours, 29 1962-64 269
Cornwall, Holy Wells in, 22 1942-46 28, 65
Cornwall, Holy Wells in, 21 1940-41 270, 307
Cornwall, Hundreds of, 12 1922-23 325
Cornwall, Hundreds, 12 1922-23 357
Cornwall, Hurling in, 11 1920-21 4
Cornwall, Limited Companies, 33 1974-77 313
Cornwall, Literary institutes in, 32 1971-73 135, 163
Cornwall, Maps, 32 1971-73 33
Cornwall, Medieval Vine Culture in, 21 1940-41 130, 177, 179, 215, 216, 281
Cornwall, Methodism, 34 1978-81 40
Cornwall, Miners' Petition, 36 1987-91 204
Cornwall, Mining in, 8 1914-15 131
Cornwall, Names for cow-house in, 31 1968-70 52
Cornwall, Names of the Hundreds of, 30 1965-67 36
Cornwall, Names, 33 1974-77 175, 211, 249, 352
Cornwall, Old Bell Customs, 11 1920-21 220
Cornwall, Old Families of, 11 1920-21 60
Cornwall, Oxford University Extension, 34 1978-81 19
Cornwall, Paper-mills, 24 1950-51 121
Cornwall, Parliamentary returns, 32 1971-73 171
Cornwall, Phoenicians in, 19 1936-37 142
Cornwall, Ports, 29 1962-64 270
Cornwall, Pre-Conquest bishops, 35 1982-86 1
Cornwall, Proposals for maps, 34 1978-81 89
Cornwall, Protestation returns, 32 1971-73 217
Cornwall, Railways, 29 1962-64 269
Cornwall, Richard of, 17 1932-33 266
Cornwall, Ridge and furrow, 24 1950-51 3, 132
Cornwall, Saints of, 30 1965-67 26, 176
Cornwall, Sheriff of, illiterate, 1749, 19 1936-37 367
Cornwall, Slate shipping trade, 34 1978-81 29
Cornwall, Steatite, Industry of, 22 1942-46 247
Cornwall, Streams, 34 1978-81 39
Cornwall, Submission of East, 18 1934-35 355
Cornwall, Superstitions, 32 1971-73 20, 84
Cornwall, Superstitions, 33 1974-77 312
Cornwall, Surnames, 32 1971-73 113
Cornwall, Tanning Industry, 25 1952-53 109
Cornwall, Tidemills, 32 1971-73 1
Cornwall, West Field Club, 19 1936-37 357
Cornwall, West, place-names, 24 1950-51 127
Cornwall, Windmills in, 31 1968-70 56
Cornwall,   29 1962-64 60
Cornwood, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 303
Cornwood,   17 1932-33 127
Cornworthiad, Poem relating to Cornworthy family, 11 1920-21 152
Cornysshe, Thomas, Vow of a hermit, 1450 10 1918-19 83
Coronation Day 1838,   23 1947-49 396
Coronation Poem, Queen Victoria, Bovey tracey, 9 1916-17 2
Coroners, Medieval, 18 1934-35 310
Corporation MSS, East Looe, 21 1940-41 88, 129, 136, 228
Cory, Lt.Col. Penfound c.1645, 30 1965-67 41, 124
Cory, French and Sanders families,   6 1910-11 69
Coryton, Phillippa, 18 1934-35 355
Cosserat, Family, 12 1922-23 338
Coswarth, Family, 32 1971-73 184
Coswarth, The name, 33 1974-77 25
Cosway, Tomb of, 18 1934-35 114
Cot, Place-name suffix, 3 1904-05 57
Cotehele, Folly, 27 1956-58 311
Cotehele,   29 1962-64 237
Cotehele, Maps of Morden Mylles, 35 1982-86 165, 182-3
Cotele family,   14 1926-27 250
Coteleforde of Cotelesforde,   11 1920-21 150, 202
Cotleigh, Fry family, 10 1918-19 176
Cottage, Building Custom, 14 1926-27 62
Cottage, Building Customs, 32 1971-73 24
Cottell, Arms of, Exeter, 1 1900-01 103, 152,
Cottell, John, Mayor of Exeter, 15th century, 4 1906-07 242
Cotterell family,   13 1924-25 208
Cotton and Savery families,   12 1922-23 175
Couch, Arms of, 13 1924-25 319
Couch, Arthur T.Q., 29 1962-64 205
Couch, Dr. Jonathan, 34 1978-81 341
Couch, Jonathan, 26 1954-55 54
Council, Of the West, 31 1968-70 149
Countess of Devon, Margaret, 1382, 5 1908-09 209
Countess of Huntingdon's Connection,   16 1930-31 339
Countess Wear, Topsham, 22 1942-46 151
County, Arms, Right to bear, 12 1922-23 50
County, Arms, 12 1922-23 133
County, Boundary, Devon and Cornwall, 15 1928-29 270
County, Courts, (Devon), 14 1926-27 110
County, Courts, Cornwall, in, 13 1924-25 119
County, Courts, Devon, 13 1924-25 171, 187
Courci, William de, 25 1952-53 124
Court of Requests, Proceedings of, 15th century, Holne Manor, 6 1910-11 118
Court Rolls, Bishops Clyst, 34 1978-81 99
Court Rolls, Blackawton, 21 1940-41 172
Courtenay, And Champernown Families, 9 1916-17  
Courtenay, Arms, 4 1906-07 267
Courtenay, Arms, carvings of, 13 1924-25 28
Courtenay, Arms, Devon and Exeter Institution, At, 7 1912-13 268
Courtenay, Arms, Tiverton, 2 1902-03 60, 319
Courtenay, chapel at Tiverton, 14 1926-27 81, 208,
Courtenay, Dame Joan of Ashton, 12 1922-23 160
Courtenay, Dame Joan, 18 1934-35 346
Courtenay, Decoymen, 18th century, 36 1987-91 340
Courtenay, Edward, 31 1968-70 225, 281
Courtenay, Family, 25 50 88
Courtenay, Family, 17 1932-33 191
Courtenay, Family, 30 1965-67 118
Courtenay, Family, 37 1992-96 328
Courtenay, Family, 14 1926-27 103, 163
Courtenay, Hugh de I.P.M., 18 1934-35 114, 161, 202
Courtenay, John 13 1924-25 179
Courtenay, Monuments, Sheviock Church, 2 1902-03 37
Courtenay, Monuments, Sheviock Church, 1 1900-01 246
Courtenay, Motto of, 4 1906-07 64, 95,
Courtenay, Of Molland, 20 1938-39 377
Courtenay, Sir Peter de, 31 1968-70 62
Courtenay, Sir Phillip, 16 1930-31 121
Courtenay, Sir William, Letter to Gilbert Yarde, 1674, 2 1902-03 6
Courtenay, Tomb, Colyton Church, 5 1908-09 33
Courteney, Arms, 19 1936-37 82
Courteney, Edward, 35 1982-86 151, 189, 219, 258, 302
Courtice, John, 13 1924-25 75
Courtland or Cutland, Family of Kingsbridge, 3 1904-05 15
Courtney, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Courts Leet, Alwington, 21 1940-41 117, 180
Courts Leet, Monkleigh, 21 1940-41 117, 180
Courture, Manor and Family, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Cousins, Samuel, 10 1918-19 90
Cousins, Samuel, Artist b.1801 Exeter, 5 1908-09 1
Coutances, Walter de, 11 1920-21 249
Coverdale, Miles, Paignton, 19 1936-37 127
Coverdale, Miles, Letters of Appointment, 1551 10 1918-19 293
Co-Wardenship., Recorded in Plymouth, 5 1908-09 223
Cowdham, Caleb, 17 1932-33 231, 272
Cowdham, Caleb, 14 1926-27 103
Cowhouse, names for, 31 1968-70 52
Cowick Barton,   11 1920-21 126
Cowick Priory, Exeter, 35 1982-86 321, 383
Cowick,   18 1934-35 242
Cowl, Richard, 35 1982-86 338
Cowley, Exeter, 19 1936-37 58
Cowley, Hannah, 26 1954-55 106
Cowley,   17 1932-33 61
Cowling, Surname, 30 1965-67 196
Cox, Axminster, 20 1938-39 31, 77
Cox, Colyton, 20 1938-39 172
Cox, Families of the West of England, 22 1942-46 297, 327
Cox, Farway, 20 1938-39 172
Cox, Honiton, 20 1938-39 31, 77
Cox, Sidbury, 20 1938-39 31
Coxe, alias Coke(s), origin of the family of 22 1942-46 175
Coxhead, Articles in 'Pulman's Weekly News', 28 1959-61 119
Coynage Beam, Beam and Scales, 7 1912-13 110, 134,
Crabtree, Limeworks, 31 1968-70 199
Crafthole,   27 1956-58 107
Crailey, or Crayley, 21 1940-41 207, 280, 281
Cranch, John, Kingsbridge, b. 1791, Artist, 1 1900-01 193
Cranmer's Cupboard, Wear Giffard, 11 1920-21 252
Craspesiorum, What fish ? 11 1920-21 149
Crediton, And Chudleigh Turnpike Trust, 36 1987-91 369
Crediton, Armorial book binding in Church, 29 1962-64 67
Crediton, Bowder Hill Chapel, 12 1922-23 157
Crediton, Charter Constituting Board of Governors, 5 1908-09 179-200,
Crediton, Church, books at, 15 1928-29 274
Crediton, Church, inventory of goods, 32 1971-73 15
Crediton, Church, Northcott Tomb, 10 1918-19 218
Crediton, Early Charters of, 8 1914-15 112
Crediton, Early Charters of, 7 1912-13 184, 184-200, 267,
Crediton, Fairs, 15 1928-29 125
Crediton, Fire of 1743, 4 1906-07 83, 113, 144,
Crediton, Grammar School, 14 1926-27 91
Crediton, Headstone of 1830 10 1918-19 270
Crediton, Kerton, 14 1926-27 276, 315
Crediton, Notes on Old, 21 1940-41 30
Crediton, Relics of Fairfax's Army, 6 1910-11 241
Crediton, Underground passages, 18 1934-35 264
Crediton,   28 1959-61 148
Crediton,   33 1974-77 306
Crediton,   20 1938-39 309, 388
Crediton,   15 1928-29 15
Crediton,   13 1924-25 322
Cresset Stones,   23 1947-49 348
Cresswell, Miss B.F., Memoir of, 21 1940-41 49
Crest, Hodder, 14 1926-27 58
Cricket, Oldeswt Club House, 12 1922-23 347
Cricket,   37 1992-96 218
Criffle, Family, 27 1956-58 107
Crime and punishment, Game and fishery offences, 37 1992-96 47
Criss-Cross, Place-name, 11 1920-21 106
Croc, Alice, 18 1934-35 277
Crocker, Family, 25 1952-53 22
Crocker, Lyneham, 14 1926-27 30, 74
Crocus, Saffron, 36 1987-91 39
Cromwell's Cutting, Place-name, 17 1932-33 320
Crop returns,   32 1971-73 197
Cross (?), Between Portwrinkle and Downderry, 20 1938-39 84, 140
Cross (?), Churchyard at Plympton, 1 1900-01 209
Cross (?), Churchyard, Shobrooke, 27 1956-58 10
Cross, Compton Castle, 20 1938-39 273
Cross, Cornish in Portugal, 30 1965-67 166
Cross, Cross from Murchington, 2 1902-03 107
Cross, Great Torrington, 19 1936-37 146
Cross, Hanger Farm, Cornwood, 12 1922-23 31
Cross, Hudscott, 20 1938-39 83
Cross, John, 14 1926-27 82, 115
Cross, Kingsnympton, 21 1940-41 129
Cross, Little John's, 20 1938-39 39, 88, 137
Cross, Market, Penzance, 7 1912-13 48
Cross, Rippon Tor 4 1906-07 10
Cross, Rippon Tor, 3 1904-05 177
Cross, Scarlet's, Exeter, 21 1940-41 166
Cross, Shaft, Haldon, 27 1956-58 312
Cross, Shillingford St.George, 21 1940-41 267
Cross, Six-mile hill, 14 1926-27 172
Cross, Starcross, 20 1938-39 323
Cross, Stone, Moretonhampstead, 2 1902-03 57
Cross, Tin, from Egypt, 29 1962-64 88
Cross, Walkhampton, 14 1926-27 8, 74
Cross, Wallaton, East Allington, 29 1962-64 39
Cross-base, Ashburton, 20 1938-39 278
Cross-base, Bodmin Moor, 22 1942-46 1
Cross-base, Crediton, 20 1938-39 309, 388
Cross-base, Stumpy', Sheviock, 22 1942-46 275
Cross-base, Trewint, 20 1938-39 221, 327
Crosse, Family, 26 1954-55 150
Crosse, Friars of Exeter, 1500, 6 1910-11 90, 107
Crosse, Richard, 20 1938-39 35, 92, 93, 94
Crosse, Richard, painter of miniatures, 9 1916-17 223
Crosses, Ancient Stone of Exeter, 21 1940-41 36, 68
Crosses, Ancient, 13 1924-25 3, 106, 251, 252, 345, 373
Crosses, Anglo-Saxin, 19 1936-37 177, 224
Crosses, At Ashburton, 17 1932-33 357
Crosses, Cholwich Town, 17 1932-33 44
Crosses, Churchyard, Denbury, 15 1928-29 23
Crosses, Churchyard, Twitchen, 5 1908-09 94
Crosses, Cornish, 29 1962-64 1, 35, 97, 129, 209, 273, 289
Crosses, Cornish, 30 1965-67 1, 65, 121, 125, 129
Crosses, Cornish, 36 1987-91 324
Crosses, Cornish, 27 1956-58 1, 33, 65, 81, 93, 97, 129, 161, 193, 257
Crosses, Cornish, 26 1954-55 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193, 225
Crosses, Cornish, 25 1952-53 1, 29, 57, 85, 109, 113, 145, 177, 209
Crosses, Cornish, 24 1950-51 105, 137, 190, 201, 217
Crosses, Devon, 20 1938-39 179, 234
Crosses, Granite at Kingskerswell, 10 1918-19 209
Crosses, Granite at Kingskerswell, 10 1918-19 252
Crosses, Near Plymouth, 19 1936-37 313
Crosses, North Bovey, 2 1902-03 71
Crosses, Sanctuary, 15 1928-29 196
Crosses, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 1 to 9
Crosses, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 42
Crosses, Shaft, Roseash, 15 1928-29 352
Crosses, St.Michael's Mount, at, 10 1918-19 307
Crosses, Stone, North Bovey, 1 1900-01 65
Crosses, Stump, near Denbury, 15 1928-29 22
Crosses, Wayside, Chittlehampton, 5 1908-09 17
Cross-head, Breage, 23 1947-49 78
Cross-head, Carved, St.Kew, Cornwall, 12 1922-23 31
Cross-shaft, Early Chrsitian, 7 1912-13 65
Crowan,   27 1956-58 250
Crownhill Fort, Plymouth, stables, 36 1987-91 70
Crownland, Fok or Book Land, 2 1902-03 127
Crowther, Mr., 24 1950-51 156
Croyde, Georgeham and, History of, 30 1965-67 144
Cruce, Thomas de, 13 1924-25 186
Crucifix, Chulmleigh Church wall, 12 1922-23 110
Crudge, John and William of Exeter,recorded in Warwick, 2 1902-03 255
Cruft, Family, 7 1912-13 215
Cruso, Family, 15 1928-29 77
Cruwes, MS, Bronescombe Register, 8 1914-15 23, 59,
Cruwys Morchard, Melhuish of CM, Manor Court Roll 20 1938-39 178, 237
Cruwys Morchard, Civil War and Royalist Rising, 1655, 19 1936-37 144
Cruwys Morchard, Neighbouring Parishes, Civil War, 19 1936-37 229
Cruwys, John (Diary), 18 1934-35 259
Cruwys, Family, [Cruwys of Morchard and East Anstey] 13 1924-25 134
Cruwys, Morchard, 18 1934-35 259
Cruwys, Morchard, earthwork in, 21 1940-41 164
Cruwys, Mrs. M.C.S., a memoir, 31 1968-70 33
Crying the Neck,   19 1936-37 152
Crymes arms,   13 1924-25 318
Cuates of Week St.Mary,   34 1978-81 274
Cuckoo,   18 1934-35 279
Cuckoo, Date of Last, 1 1900-01 35
Cudmore, Family, 20 1938-39 132
Culling family,   24 1950-51 19, 98, 102
Culling family,   23 1947-49 262, 293, 318, 346
Cullompton Church, Decorations, 36 1987-91 35
Cullompton Church, Moore's Aisle, 36 1987-91 214
Cullompton, Alternative names for, 34 1978-81 213
Cullompton, Cumb element in Placenames, 19 1936-37 352
Cullompton, Five Prebends of, 19 1936-37 139
Cullompton, Goods of Charles II at, 8 1914-15 7
Cullompton, Half timber houses, 17 1932-33 42
Cullompton, Lease of land at Colompton 1566, 9 1916-17 44
Cullompton, Market cross, 17 1932-33 177
Cullompton, Tudor Merchants, 2 1902-03 41-56
Cullompton, Vicar, 17 1932-33 367
Cullompton, Worthy, 19 1936-37 132
Cullompton,   35 1982-86 201, 264
Cullompton,   15 1928-29 123, 373
Cullompton,   13 1924-25 293
Culme, Family, 23 1947-49 122
Culmstock, Marriages, 14 1926-27 278
Culmstock, Hagioscope at All Saints Church, 7 1912-13 49
Culmstock, Open field cultivation, 32 1971-73 161
Cuming, High, Collection of, 6 1910-11 80
Cumply Garret,   18 1934-35 220
Cunningham, Family ofOkehampton, 3 1904-05 254
Cunningham, Family ofOkehampton, 2 1902-03 37
Cures,   32 1971-73 20, 85, 153, 179, 253
Cures, St.Blazey, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 167
Curgenven, Family, 14 1926-27 56, 264
Currants, Zante in Devon, 15 1928-29 92
Custom of the Parish of Meavy, for Paying Tithe, 30 1965-67 18, 62
Customs, Church Payments, Galleyhapens, 1 1900-01 248
Customs, Cottage building, 32 1971-73 24
Customs, Curious, 26 1954-55 24
Customs, Devonshire, Killing the First Butterfly, 10 1918-19 207
Customs, Duties, 28 1959-61 246
Customs, Duties, 31 1968-70 84
Customs, Establishment, 15 1928-29 161, 205, 253
Customs, Plighting the troth, 34 1978-81 280
Customs, Skimmington Ride, 34 1978-81 290
Customs,   35 1982-86 125
Cutland, Eliot family Home, 2 1902-03 256
Cuttle, Captain Thomas, 1577, 9 1916-17 64
Cycling,   30 1965-67 21, 94
Cyder Jug, Devonshire, 10 1918-19 205, 266
Cyder, Fermentation of, 1 1900-01 144, 182,
Cynewulf and Cynebeard,   17 1932-33 216, 274, 276
Dabernon,   23 1947-49 182
Dabernoun, John, will of, 36 1987-91 176
Dagger, Armada, 22 1942-46 224
Daignton, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Dalwood,   20 1938-39 319
Dalwood,   19 1936-37 162, 168, 218, 228, 258, 262
Damarel, John, kt., 9d.1392), 35 1982-86 310
Damery, John, of South Molton, 10 1918-19 55, 94, 95, 96
Danby Harcourt Foundation,   13 1924-25 352
Daneys, Family of le, 18 1934-35 316
Daniell, George, Founder of the Madron School, 6 1910-11 74
Daphne or Dafny, Dialect, 15 1928-29 152, 252
Darracott, Family, 16 1930-31 87
Dart, Ralph, 20 1938-39 378
Dartington, Hall, Totnes, history of, 12 1922-23 82, 138
Dartington, Manor, Mid 16th Century, 30 1965-67 209
Dartington, Rector, 17 1932-33 59
Dartmoor, And Domesday Book, 30 1965-67 290
Dartmoor, Bibliography, 36 1987-91 297
Dartmoor, Boundary of the Forest on the NE, 30 1965-67 214, 284
Dartmoor, Clasiewell Pool, 12 1922-23 238
Dartmoor, Crosses and menhirs, 13 1924-25 373
Dartmoor, Devonport Leat and Nun's Cross Farm, 34 1978-81 103
Dartmoor, Entrance to the Underworld, 29 1962-64 6
Dartmoor, Essays, 30 1965-67 28
Dartmoor, Farm, 34 1978-81 146
Dartmoor, Forest Tithes, 5 1908-09 121
Dartmoor, Greenwell Down, 34 1978-81 27
Dartmoor, Grimspound, Etymology of, 10 1918-19 291
Dartmoor, Grouse on 11 1920-21 38
Dartmoor, Grouse on, 10 1918-19 305
Dartmoor, Manoeuvres on, pub. 1873, 6 1910-11 92
Dartmoor, Mining, 2 1902-03 225
Dartmoor, Notes on Young of 1797, 2 1902-03 223
Dartmoor, Peculiar Names recorded, 10 1918-19 175, 224
Dartmoor, Perambulation mark, 16 1930-31 261
Dartmoor, Rabbit warrens, 35 1982-86 295, 390, 391
Dartmoor, Sketches, 25 1952-53 204
Dartmoor, Stone rows, 16 1930-31 115, 199
Dartmoor, Tour on, 16 1930-31 215
Dartmoor, Trees on, 8 1914-15 174
Dartmoor, Views of, 36 1987-91 147
Dartmoor, Warrens, 34 1978-81 55, 97
Dartmoor,   30 1965-67 12
Dartmoor,   32 1971-73 159, 215, 216
Dartmoor,   33 1974-77 84, 102, 203, 229
Dartmoor,   37 1992-96 153
Dartmoor,   14 1926-27 104, 340
Dartmouth, And Charles I, 14 1926-27 157
Dartmouth, Archbishop's court, 14 1926-27 222
Dartmouth, Arms of, 6 1910-11 67
Dartmouth, Bayard's Cove, 24 1950-51 220
Dartmouth, Bookseller's Label, 1763, 1 1900-01 168
Dartmouth, Borough Lordship of, 1335-1537, 19 1936-37 247
Dartmouth, Chapel at Holywell 12 1922-23 186
Dartmouth, Dutch Before, 1666, 5 1908-09 148
Dartmouth, French Church, 12 1922-23 157
Dartmouth, Goldsmith of, 4 1906-07 149
Dartmouth, Memorial Brasses St.Petrock, 4 1906-07 65
Dartmouth, Notes on Old, 5 1908-09 169, 264, 280,
Dartmouth, Origin of Arms, of, 5 1908-09 137, 222,
Dartmouth, Poll tax, 35 1982-86 286
Dartmouth, Privateer Agreement 1779 7 1912-13 141, 148,
Dartmouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 130, 145, 162, 166
Dartmouth, Ships, 13 1924-25 273
Dartmouth, Vicars of, and Townstall, 6 1910-11 144
Dartmouth, William Arnold, emigrant 1587, 3 1904-05 64
Dartmouth, Wooden Effigy 1879, 5 1908-09 220
Dartmouth,   28 1959-61 187
Dartmouth,   29 1962-64 176
Dartmouth,   31 1968-70 84
Dartmouth,   33 1974-77 266
Dartmouth,   34 1978-81 245
Dartmouth,   23 1947-49 64, 199
Dartmouth,   21 1940-41 126
Dartmouth,   16 1930-31 177
Dartmouth,   15 1928-29 126, 337
Daumarle, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Daumarle, Family, 14 1926-27 205, 306
Daumarle, Isabella, 21 1940-41 306
Daumarle, Sir John, 32 1971-73 79
Davidson, James Bridge, In Memoriam, 2 1902-03 129
Davidstow,   31 1968-70 10
Davie family,   26 1954-55 62
Davie family,   25 1952-53 223
Davie, Charles, 14 1926-27 327
Davis, John, The Navigator and Fulford, 7 1912-13 116
Davy family, Great Torrington, 2 1902-03 9
Davy famly,   23 1947-49 139
Davy, Crest of, Sandford, 29 1962-64 39
Davy, Rev.Wm., 26 1954-55 177, 222
Davy, Rev.William, curate of Lustleigh, 10 1918-19 302
Dawlish,   28 1959-61 84
Dawlish, Names in, 31 1968-70 24
Dawlish,   21 1940-41 128
Dawlish,   13 1924-25 3, 49, 50
Dawnay, Family, 14 1926-27 185
Daynas, Of Land, 21 1940-41 269
De Berkeley, Family, 15 1928-29 27
De Cancia, Family, 15 1928-29 27
De Canta, Family, 15 1928-29 27
de la Marche, Jean Francois, bishop of St.Pol-de-leon, 35 1982-86 264
De La Tour,   10 1918-19 44
De La Tour, Family, 9 1916-17 203
De La Tour, Peter, Barnstaple 1705, 6 1910-11 172
De Lucy, Family, 15 1928-29 8
De Lucy, Family, 14 1926-27 251, 311
De Moelis (Mules), Family of Kingskerswell and Diptford, 7 1912-13 91
Deadman's Point, Derivation of, 6 1910-11 112
Deake, Place-name, 15 291  
Dean Prior,   17 1932-33 281
Dean Prior,   13 1924-25 56
Dean Prior, Boundaries, 11 1920-21 284
Dean, Early of Exeter, 10 1918-19 269, 316, 317
Deandon, Manor of, Cullompton, 6 1910-11 47
Deane, Family, 29 1962-64 147
Deanery House, Precentor's Mantlepiece, 12 1922-23 241
Deans, Early, in Diocese of Exeter, 11 1920-21 43, 45, 77, 102, 302
Deans, Rural of Exeter Diocese, 8 1914-15 159
Death Club,   32 1971-73 65
Death, Weather at, 13 1924-25 261,, 307
Decoys,   36 1987-91 26, 88
Dedication of Churches, Exeter Diocese, 11 1920-21 163, 210
Deed of property,   35 1982-86 194
Deed, Newton Poppleford, 21 1940-41 206
Deeds, Bideford Corporation, 21 1940-41 87
Deeds, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 41
Deeds, Deposit of, 14 1926-27 8
Deeds, Exeter Corporation, 21 1940-41 41
Deeds, Somerset Corporation, 21 1940-41 41
Deer Park, George Parker of Plympton, 1 1900-01 15
Deer Parks,   13 1924-25 100
Defoe,   20 1938-39 137
Defoe, Daniel, 15 1928-29 27
Dell Seeds and Dell,   24 1950-51 45
Delves or Delve, Family, 23 1947-49 269
Denbury, Hill-top Monument, 11 1920-21 222
Denbury,   15 1928-29 22, 23
Denizens in 1436,   15 1928-29 236
Dennis (Dennys), Family, 17 1932-33 107, 169
Dennis, Family, 16 1930-31 98
Dennis, Robert, 18 1934-35 76
Dennys or Dennis, Family, 25 1952-53 7, 38, 66, 81, 96, 110, 174
Dennys, Family, 24 1950-51 142, 212, 222
Dennys, Nicholas, 27 1956-58 273
Dennys, Nicholas, 23 1947-49 116, 145
Dennys, Robert, of Manworthy, 22 1942-46 347
Dennys, Sir Thomas, 23 1947-49 46, 122
Dennys, Sir Thomas, 22 1942-46 280
Densham, Family, 24 1950-51 215
Deportment of Convicts, Exeter, 1784, 1 1900-01 244
Derneford, Arms of, 13 1924-25 56
Deske, Place-name, 16 1930-31 11
Devereaux, Family, Information asked for, 2 1902-03 202
Devick or Devyock, Family, 16 1930-31 246
Devil in Devonshire,   12 1922-23 197,265, 266
Devil Moving Stones,   2 1902-03 79
Devil, North Lew, at, 16 1930-31 184
Devil's Gold Ring, Term used about vines; caterpillars, 11 1920-21 144, 162
Devil's Leap, Cornish legend, 12 1922-23 30
Devon , Glee Club, 1 1900-01 120
Devon and Cornwall, A Preliminary Survey, 23 1947-49 216
Devon and Cornwall, China Clay Industry, 22 1942-46 251
Devon and Cornwall, Frenchman's Impressions of, 1706, 22 1942-46 172, 183
Devon Churches, Inscription in, 4 1906-07 23
Devon Churches, Low Side Windows, 10 1918-19 127
Devon Churches, Notes On, 3 1904-05 208
Devon Churches, Sepulchral slab with cross, 10 1918-19 65-80
Devon Clay, Tobacco Pipes, 9 1916-17 113
Devon Fine 1130,   26 1954-55 115
Devon Goldsmiths,   4 1906-07 88
Devon Goldsmiths, Totnes and Dartmouth, 4 1906-07 149
Devon Manors, Old, 12 1922-23 107
Devon Monument, St.Clement Danes Church, London, 11 1920-21 268, 305
Devon Parish Notes,   26 1954-55 101, 132
Devon Place Names, Dictionary of, 10 1918-19 60
Devon Sheriff's Account, William and Mary, 10 1918-19 273-88
Devon, Ancient Clocks in North, 12 1922-23 357
Devon, Apothecaries, 32 1971-73 39, 129
Devon, Artists, 27 1956-58 80
Devon, Assize Roll 1238, 21 1940-41 132
Devon, Banks, 21 1940-41 277, 325
Devon, Barnstaple, 27 1956-58 54
Devon, Beacons, 35 1982-86 233
Devon, Bellfounders, 21 1940-41 128
Devon, Boroughs, 24 1950-51 203
Devon, Bridges, Old, 21 1940-41 181
Devon, Cardinals, 20 1938-39 276
Devon, Church Dedications, 11 1920-21 210
Devon, Church dedications, 24 1950-51 225
Devon, Churches, Porch Fire places in, 21 1940-41 130
Devon, Church-houses, 31 1968-70 221
Devon, Civil War in, 31 1968-70 41, 63
Devon, Classical Scholars, 12 1922-23 274
Devon, Classical Scholars, 12 1922-23 306
Devon, Co-operative experience in, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Devon, County historians, 35 1982-86 41
Devon, Crop returns, 32 1971-73 197
Devon, Cures, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Cures, 32 1971-73 85, 153, 179
Devon, Customs, 27 1956-58 256
Devon, Development of, 36 1987-91 9
Devon, Dialect words, territorail distribution of, 25 1952-53 187
Devon, Directing Posts with Text, 10 1918-19 222
Devon, Documents, 25 1952-53 18
Devon, Drama, 31 1968-70 154, 189
Devon, Drawings, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Devon, Early Brick Buildings, 11 1920-21 54
Devon, Early Headstones, 8 1914-15 59
Devon, Early Sheriffs of, 20 1938-39 58
Devon, East, 18th century farm, 36 1987-91 101
Devon, Election, 25 1952-53 62
Devon, Farmer's Notebook, 28 1959-61 119
Devon, Fauna, 21 1940-41 206
Devon, Fine No. 220, 21 1940-41 78
Devon, Fine, 22 1942-46 878, 28
Devon, Flax growing, 24 1950-51 41
Devon, Fortifications, 21 1940-41 162
Devon, French Names in, 10 1918-19 64
Devon, French Names in, 10 1918-19 158
Devon, Ghosts, Traditional, 30 1965-67 177
Devon, Great Consols, New Light on, 30 1965-67 183
Devon, Hearth Tax Returns, 24 1950-51 211
Devon, Hedgebank, 36 1987-91 301
Devon, Historic communities, 37 1992-96 133
Devon, History, materials for, 24 1950-51 64
Devon, Hut circle sites, 24 1950-51 14
Devon, Hymnology, 24 1950-51 214
Devon, Insularity, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Insularity, 32 1971-73 24
Devon, Inventories, 30 1965-67 288
Devon, Knights Hopsitallers, 21 1940-41 315
Devon, Knights Hospitallers in, 22 1942-46 35
Devon, Lace industry, 25 1952-53 106
Devon, Lacemakers' songs, 36 1987-91 255
Devon, Later History, 20 1938-39 220, 283
Devon, Leahs, 34 1978-81 313
Devon, Manors, Descent of, 20 1938-39 305
Devon, Manuscripts, 21 1940-41 30
Devon, Map of, 30 1965-67 174
Devon, Maps, 32 1971-73 33
Devon, Medieval Vine culture in, 21 1940-41 83, 130, 177, 179, 215, 216, 281
Devon, Members of Parliament, 31 1968-70 47
Devon, Men-of-War, 31 1968-70 141
Devon, Milles' Parochial Collections, 12 1922-23 162
Devon, Monumental brasses, 34 1978-81 57, 110, 248, 292, 336
Devon, Mural paintings in Churches, 12 1922-23 310
Devon, Names for cowhouse in, 31 1968-70 52
Devon, North, 27 1956-58 198
Devon, North, early prayer books 36 1987-91 345
Devon, Old Maps of, 20 1938-39 21
Devon, Old methods of baking in farmhouses, 12 1922-23 141
Devon, Or Devonshire, 20 1938-39 91
Devon, Paper-making in, 11 1920-21 33
Devon, Paper-making in, 8 1914-15 119
Devon, Paper-mills, 24 1950-51 221
Devon, Parish Notes, 27 1956-58 37, 144
Devon, Parliamentary returns, 32 1971-73 171
Devon, Place-names, 25 1952-53 34, 69
Devon, Politial demonstration in, 36 1987-91 105
Devon, Ports, 25 1952-53 139
Devon, Postal service, 36 1987-91 166
Devon, Private Ships of War, 36 1987-91 351
Devon, Proposals for maps, 34 1978-81 89
Devon, Protestation returns, 32 1971-73 217
Devon, Provincialisms, 24 1950-51 11, 61, 99
Devon, Radium Sources in, 21 1940-41 77
Devon, References, 22 1942-46 119
Devon, References, 21 1940-41 205
Devon, Ridge and furrow, 24 1950-51 3, 132
Devon, River names, 24 1950-51 19, 65, 97, 130
Devon, Riviera development, 35 1982-86 393
Devon, Schoolmasters, 31 1968-70 109, 187
Devon, Sepulchral Effigies, Notes on, 8 1914-15 37
Devon, Sessions Rolls, 1693, Hemyock Fire, 9 1916-17 156
Devon, Sheriffs of, 27 1956-58 168
Devon, Song games of children, 11 1920-21 50
Devon, Stained glass, 31 1968-70 112
Devon, Stannaries, 22 1942-46 121
Devon, Streams, 34 1978-81 39
Devon, Superstitions, 31 1968-70 225
Devon, Superstitions, 32 1971-73 84
Devon, Surtees in, 21 1940-41 204
Devon, Tanning Industry, 25 1952-53 109
Devon, Tidemills, 31 1968-70 246
Devon, Tidemills, 32 1971-73 1
Devon, Tollhouses, 34 1978-81 61
Devon, Trinitarian Friars in, 36 1987-91 41
Devon, Unredeemed, 21 1940-41 316
Devon, Visit to, 31 1968-70 64
Devon, Watermills, 33 1974-77 13, 51, 80, 126, 170, 262, 304
Devon, Watermills, 34 1978-81 32, 75, 113, 139
Devon, Weather and Floods, 1608-1612, 20 1938-39 315
Devon, Windmills, 31 1968-70 56, 78
Devon, Windmills, 32 1971-73 105
Devon, Windmills, 34 1978-81 218
Devon, Wlls and inventories, 31 1968-70 182
Devon, Yeomanry, 32 1971-73 280
Devon, Yeomen in 1648, 22 1942-46 162
Devon-Cornwall Boundary,   23 1947-49 104
Devonian (modern), scientific study of, 17 1932-33 58
Devonian Year Book, 1944 22 1942-46 228
Devonian Year Book, 1946, 22 1942-46 375
Devonians, Peculiarities of, 20 1938-39 133
Devonport Leat, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 103
Devonport,   29 1962-64 113, 227
Devonport, Coat of Arms in Gun Wharf, 20 1938-39 254
Devonport, Ker Street, 34 1978-81 125
Devonport, St.Paul's Church Bell, 6 1910-11 73
Devonport,   16 1930-31 161
Devonshire, Churches, 26 1954-55 151
Devonshire, Clog making, 11 1920-21 94
Devonshire, Ancient demesne in, 22 1942-46 178
Devonshire, Bank, 15 1928-29 294
Devonshire, Bibliography, 23 1947-49 32
Devonshire, Bibliography, 19 1936-37 263
Devonshire, Dialogue, 22 1942-46 133, 180
Devonshire, Dialogue, 19 1936-37 75
Devonshire, Enclosure Acts, 22 1942-46 3, 81
Devonshire, Family of Georgian Times, 30 1965-67 295
Devonshire, First Newspaper, 9 1916-17 243
Devonshire, Gentleman's Estate, 1710, 28 1959-61 300
Devonshire, Gentry in Carolean Times, 23 1947-49 1, 94
Devonshire, Gentry in Carolean Times, 22 1942-46 317, 353
Devonshire, Herbalist, 19 1936-37 260
Devonshire, Holy Wells in, 21 1940-41 121, 178, 214
Devonshire, Lady Silvester's Tour Through, 1824, 30 1965-67 313
Devonshire, Lock-ups in, 21 1940-41 128
Devonshire, Magic, 19 1936-37 136
Devonshire, Man of Wit, 1727, 11 1920-21 280
Devonshire, Militia Mutiny at Plymouth, 1759, 19 1936-37 77
Devonshire, Occupation of land in, 21 1940-41 2
Devonshire, Old Home and Family, 19 1936-37 338
Devonshire, Old House and Family, 20 1938-39 44
Devonshire, Place-names, Dictionary of, 10 1918-19 32
Devonshire, Tour in Manuscript, 19 1936-37 263
Devonshire, Trade in early 18th century, 20 1938-39 151
Devonshire, Unpublished History, 1842, 3 1904-05 22
Devonshire, Usage of, 9 1916-17 17
Devonshire, Windmills in, 21 1940-41 127, 176
Devonshire, Wine, 10 1918-19 170, 217, 218, 267
Devonshire, Wool, 10 1918-19 290
Devonshire,   19 1936-37 137
Dewdney, Edgar, 15 1928-29 19, 20
Dewdney, Edgar, 14 1926-27 345
Dewdon,   5 1908-09 216
Dexter, T.F.G., 14 1926-27 158
Deynthouse, or Dunthouse, 21 1940-41 276
Dial, Scratch, 13 1924-25 166
Dial, Scratch, Bampton Church, 7 1912-13 209
Dialect Words, Cornwall, 26 1954-55 28
Dialect, Cornish, 11 1920-21 68
Dialect, Cornish, 11 1920-21 110
Dialect, Derivations from Cornish language, 12 1922-23 36, 130
Dialect, Devonian, preservation of, 17 1932-33 193
Dialect, Devonshire, 1 1900-01 43
Dialect, Earliest poem in Devon, 12 1922-23 233
Dialect, Inversion of consonants, 14 1926-27 63
Dialect, Jim and Nell, 14 1926-27 173
Dialect, The word 'Boycart', 37 1992-96 341
Dialect, The word 'wig', 37 1992-96 52
Dialect, West cOuntry, 12 1922-23 319
Dialect,   36 1987-91 193
Dialect,   23 1947-49 169, 171, 243, 281
Diary, Civil War, 29 1962-64 118, 227
Diary, Col.Robert Bennett, 21 1940-41 323
Diary, George Peppin, 30 1965-67 50, 82, 140, 196
Diary, James Lever, 30 1965-67 23
Diary, Kitson family, 33 1974-77 3, 73, 120, 159
Diary, Philip Wyot's, 30 1965-67 22
Diary, Rev. Samuel Short, 23 1947-49 221, 251, 325
Diary, Rev.John Syms, 19 1936-37 71, 179, 368
Diary, S.Treleaven, Moretonhampstead, 24 1950-51 45
Diary, See Wyott, Philip and Spoure, Edward 37 1992-96  
Diary, Sir Thomas Reynell 34 1978-81 214
Diary, Stroud, H.F., 33 1974-77 223
Diary, Waterloo, 29 1962-64 18
Dibdin, C., Account of Travelling in North Devon, 22 1942-46 123
Dickens and Exeter,   15 1928-29 26
Dickens, Charles, 34 1978-81 210
Difference, In Coat of Arms, 19 1936-37 218
Differences, Devon, 18 1934-35 132
Digory, Christian name, 19 1936-37 172, 232, 326
Dingle family,   34 1978-81 82
Diocese of Exeter, Early Deans in, 11 1920-21 43
Diocese, Exeter, in 1563, 30 1965-67 43, 75, 95, 115
Diptford,   14 1926-27 22
Dipthong, AU, 23 1947-49 289, 325
Directing Posts, Devon, with text, 10 1918-19 222
Directories, Exeter, 6 1910-11 189, 254,
Directory, (Devon), 300 years old, 14 1926-27 106
Disease,   34 1978-81 119
Dispensation refused,   20 1938-39 76
Dittisham, Church, Former Memorial Brass, 11 1920-21 214
Dittisham, MS, 13 1924-25 160
Dixon, Joshua, of Exeter, 1885, 12 1922-23 296
Dixon, Joshua, of Exeter, b.1810 12 1922-23 356
Doble, John, 16 1930-31 151, 200
Doble, G.H., 14 1926-27 369
Doccombe, Moretohampstead, 26 1954-55 7
Docton, Monuments in Hartland Church, 15 1928-29 49
Doctor, Lady of 17th century, 13 1924-25 246
Documents,   33 1974-77 20(2), 28, 39, 185
Documents, Cartulary of Southwark Priory, 34 1978-81 82
Documents, Dating of, under First Three Edwards, 20 1938-39 393
Dodbooke, Mayoralty of, 1413, 12 1922-23 5, 70, 254, 298
Doddiscombe, Arms, 13 1924-25 194
Doddiscombeleigh, Church windows, 13 1924-25 152, 193
Dodge family, William, Mayor of Okehampton, d.1751, 6 1910-11 94
Doe, George, 17 1932-33 36
Dog-acre Orchard, Axmouth, 33 1974-77 265
Dog-collar,   14 1926-27 259
Dogs, Stray, at Barnstaple, 8 1914-15 30
Dog-Whippers, Holcombe Rogus, 9 1916-17 158, 175, 178
Dolbeare, Dolbeare Family of Ashburton, 1 1900-01 103, 152,
Dollen, Benjamin, 13 1924-25 1, 103, 164
Dolton, Church Font, 5 1908-09 25
Domesday, Buhrs of Devonshire, 3 1904-05 179
Domesday, Cornish brewers in, 12 1922-23 57, 137
Domesday, Dartmoor, and, 30 1965-67 290
Domesday, Identification, 22 1942-46 95
Domesday, Leigh Barton, Silverton, Identification, 24 1950-51 111
Domesday, Manors in Cornwall, 12 1922-23 135
Domesday, Manors in Cornwall, 12 1922-23 56
Domesday, Manors, 36 1987-91 217, 269
Domesday, Measurements, 31 1968-70 82
Domesday, Mills in Devon and Cornwall, 12 1922-23 21
Domesday, Review of Boroughs, 4 1906-07 61
Domesday, South Hams, Identification, 37 1992-96 268
Domesday, Survey, 35 1982-86 241
Domesday, Villeins on Comital Manors, 11 1920-21 310-15
Domesday,   18 1934-35 196
Dominicans, Exeter and the, 20 1938-39 124
Dominicans, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 2
Dominicans, Plymouth, Blackfriars, 11 1920-21 247
Dominus,   16 1930-31 161
Dominus, Title of, 13 1924-25 71, 261
Doniert Stone,   26 1954-55 27
Donne, Abbot Gabriel, 23 1947-49 122
Donne, Gabriel, 23 1947-49 34
Doorway, Early , St.Thomas Church, Exeter, 21 1940-41 163
Doorway, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 218, 279
Dorset Aisle,   21 1940-41 15, 217, 322
Dorset, Parish registers, 34 1978-81 336
Dorset,   35 1982-86 83
Dotton, Lost parish of, 36 1987-91 1
Dotyn, John, 14 1926-27 21
Douai, Walter de, Domesday Fief, 3 1904-05 206
Dovecotes, Ancient in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 80, 106, 107, 139
Dover, Richard of, 17 1932-33 266
Dowcett Pie,   11 1920-21 308
Down St. Mary, Notes on Brasses, Heraldry, Monuments, 2 1902-03 105
Down St. Mary, Rectors, 27 1956-58 70
Down St.Mary Rectors, 26 1954-55 27
Down St.Mary,   17 1932-33 323
Down St.Mary,   28 1959-61 22
Down(e), family ,   7 1912-13 240
Down, Family, 31 1968-70 62
Down, Family, 20 1938-39 85, 188, 233, 283, 321, 389
Downderry,   20 1938-39 84, 140
Downe or Down, Family, 8 1914-15 170
Dowrich, Family, 33 1974-77 1, 37, 70, 113, 154, 208, 252, 348
Dowrich, Family, 26 1954-55 62
Dowrich, Family, 25 1952-53 223
Dowrich, Lewis, Agreement of 1669, 6 1910-11 91
Dowrish, Brass, 26 1954-55 183, 222
Dowrish, Family, 28 1959-61 91
Dowser (A Devonian),   13 1924-25 330
Dowser, Devonshire, 15 1928-29 246
Drake and Raleigh in Gloucestershire,   8 1914-15 40
Drake, Birth date, 14 1926-27 370
Drake, Birth place, 14 1926-27 214, 309
Drake, Early life, 14 1926-27 219
Drake, Edmund, 20 1938-39 219, 381
Drake, Entries in Musbury Registers, 6 1910-11 113
Drake, Family of Yardbury, 7 1912-13 257
Drake, Family of Yardbury, 18 1934-35 186, 236
Drake, Family, 31 1968-70 90
Drake, Family, 20 1938-39 37, 92
Drake, Francis, 31 1968-70 191
Drake, Francis, Vicar of Seaton, Issue of, 8 1914-15 30
Drake, H.H., Collections of, 13 1924-25 100, 168
Drake, Joseph arrival in America, 6 1910-11 11
Drake, Laetitia, memorial, 9 1916-17 89, 143
Drake, Monument at Werrington, 1 1900-01 116, 158,
Drake, Sarah, 25 1952-53 77
Drake, Sir Francis' Family and Heirs, 9 1916-17 32
Drake, Sir Francis, 24 1950-51 59, 100, 101, 102
Drake, Sir Francis, 21 1940-41 255
Drake, Sir Francis, Drum of, 3 1904-05 104
Drake, Tomb in Southleigh Church, 7 1912-13 113
Drake, Will of Rev. Bampfylde Drake, Rector of Farway, 30 1965-67 170
Drake,   19 1936-37 118
Drake's, Epitaph, 9 1916-17 190
Drake's, Boule, 21 1940-41 203
Drake's, Pocket Book, 12 1922-23 88
Drake's, Silver Map of Voyage of 1577-80, 12 1922-23 110
Drakes', Of Ashe, 16 1930-31 244
Drama,   31 1968-70 154, 189
Drama, Early, in Exeter, 17 1932-33 52
Drama, Tiverton, 35 1982-86 161
Drawings, Devon & Cornwall, 27 1956-58 13, 94
Drayton, Simon, 15 1928-29 103
Drew, Edward, Sword of, 1611, 9 1916-17 37
Drew, Ralph, 19 1936-37 81
Drew, Richard Rose, Topsham register, 8 1914-15 28
Drewe, Richard Rose, 1772, 9 1916-17 49
Drewe, Richard, b.1746 12 1922-23 108
Drewe, Samuel, 29 1962-64 236
Drewsteignton,   20 1938-39 317
Drewsteignton,   15 1928-29 124
Drinking customs,   14 1926-27 253, 312, 313, 356,
Drinking Glass, Inscribed, presented to Prince of Wales, 11 1920-21 211
Drowne, Family, 8 1914-15 128
Druid's Cross Hill,   13 1924-25 253
Du(o)dderidge, Family of Devon, Somerset and Dorset, 3 1904-05 163, 166, 169,
Duchy Manors,   29 1962-64 161, 196, 214, 241, 276, 290
Duchy Manors,   30 1965-67 4, 33, 67, 102
Duchy of Cornwall,   10 1918-19 299
Duck, Arthur, LL.D., 14 1926-27 155
Duckham, Thomas, b. c.1790-95, d. Virginia, 11 1920-21 145
Ducking-stool, Honiton, 20 1938-39 32
Ducking-stools,   20 1938-39 91
Duel, Bodmin at, 8 1914-15 15
Duel, Trial by, 13 1924-25 39
Duke Notebook, Toby Langdon, c.1680, 10 1918-19 265
Duke of Burgundy, Tent of, 1415, 2 1902-03 159
Duke, John, 14 1926-27 293
Dumb Jack,   16 1930-31 97
Dunchideock, Manor of, 24 1950-51 156
Dunchideock, Treacle mines, 24 1950-51 191, 216
Dunchideock, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 322
Dunchideock,   31 1968-70 85
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 20 1938-39 18
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 15 1928-29 120
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 14 1926-27 193
Dunkeswell, Abbey, 8 1914-15 8, 34,
Dunkeswell, Church Font, 8 1914-15 65
Dunn, Samuel, 29 1962-64 271
Dunning, Family of Throwleigh, 6 1910-11 94
Dunscombe, Thomas, 16 1930-31 5
Dunsford, Church Font, 1 1900-01 120
Dunsland, House, 30 1965-67 23
Dunstanvilles, de, 20 1938-39 194
Duntze, Arms of, 24 1950-51 120
Dupath Well, Callington, 19 1936-37 153
Durnford, Stephen, 22 1942-46 181
Dutch Before Dartmouth, Mayor's Accounts 1666, 5 1908-09 148
Dutch prisoners,   35 1982-86 84
Duty, Lesser Whole, of man, 19 1936-37 161
Dyehouse Green,   23 1947-49 31
Dyehouse Green,   22 1942-46 369
Dyer, Robert, 25 1952-53 203
Dying Duck in a Thunderstorm, Origin of Saying, 3 1904-05 40
Dymond, Robert, MSS volumes, 6 1910-11 191
Dynyngton, John, 15 1928-29 147
Eagar the Staller,   32 1971-73 252
Earl Reginald, Armorial Bearings of, 19 1936-37 320
Earle, Family, 26 1954-55 88
Earle, Family, 6 1910-11 89
Earthenware stoves,   35 1982-86 313
Earthwork, Cornwall, Giant's Hedge, 37 1992-96 314
Earthwork, Cruwys Morchard, 21 1940-41 164
Earthworks, Saunton, 20 1938-39 319
East Allington, Church Crediton, 2 1902-03 97, 159
East Allington,   29 1962-64 39
East Allington,   22 1942-46 209
East Allington, Leigh of, 20 1938-39 322, 390
East Buckland church,   15 1928-29 149, 200
East Down Parish, Fyftie Dole of 1630, 3 1904-05 82, 103, 220,224,
East India Company,   29 1962-64 264
East Looe,   21 1940-41 88, 129, 137, 184, 228
East Ogwell,   29 1962-64 217, 269
East Ogwell, Porch fireplace, 12 1922-23 1
Easter, Dues, 13 1924-25 29
Easter, Dues, 12 1922-23 193356
Easter, Sepulchre, Throwleigh, 20 1938-39 267
Easter, Sepulchres, 24 1950-51 60
Easterling, R.C., 13 1924-25 309
Eaststaff, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Eaton, Nathaniel, 18 1934-35 91, 139
Ebenezer, or a Monument of Thankfulness, 27 1956-58 309
Ebrington, Family, 25 1952-53 52
Ebrington, Lord, 14 1926-27 153
Ecclesiastical Courts, Defamation cases, 33 1974-77 49
Eddystone, Lighthouse, 35 1982-86 128
Edg(e)combe/Edg(e)cumbe, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Edgcumbe, Family, 36 1987-91 65
Edgcumbe, Family, 11 1920-21 69
Edgcumbe, Family, 33 1974-77 313
Edgecumbe, Sir Richard's Votive Chapel, 11 1920-21 68
Editorial,   24 1950-51 41
Education,   31 1968-70 135
Education,   32 1971-73 225, 257
Education,   33 1974-77 3, 196, 243, 295
Education, Oxford Univesity Extension, 34 1978-81 19
Education, West of England, 34 1978-81 22
Edward(e)s, Thomas, apothecary, 37 1992-96 204
Edwards, Hugh, 13 1924-25 199
Edwards, Rev.Z.J., 17 1932-33 112
Edwards, Rev.Z.J., 16 1930-31 274
Edye, Family of Cornwall, 16th century, 6 1910-11 155
Edye, John, Marriage of, Wootton Fitzpaine, 9 1916-17 47
Effigies, Sepulchral of Devon, Notes on, 8 1914-15 37
Eggbuckland,   14 1926-27 22
Eggbuckland, Old spelling, 9 1916-17 115
Eggbuckland, Name variations, 8 1914-15 57
Eggesford,   29 1962-64 109
Eggesford,   30 1965-67 23
Eggworthy, New Bridge, 1 1900-01 190, 196,
Egloskerry,   22 1942-46 331
Egypt, Tin cross, 29 1962-64 88
Egyptians in Devon and Cornwall,   8 1914-15 28, 47,
Election , Bribery at Barnstaple, 16 1930-31 136
Election, Devon, 25 1952-53 62
Election, Exeter, at, 16 1930-31 231
Election, Expenses at Grampound, 27 1956-58  
Election, Literature, 15 1928-29 283
Election, Truro, 25 1952-53 62
Elections, Entertainment Bill, 1796, Ashburton, 1 1900-01 44
Elections, Mayoral in Churches, 9 1916-17 18, 43
Elections, Parliamentary, 14 1926-27 126, 153
Elections, Tiverton, 33 1974-77 179
Element 'Cumb' in Place-names,   19 1936-37 352
Eliot, Elizabeth d. of Sir John , 3 1904-05 73, 175, 200
Eliot, Family Cutland or Coteland Origin, 2 1902-03 256
Eliot, Family Seventeenth century, 4 1906-07 126
Eliot, Family, Radigund, d. of Sir John of Port Eliot, 6 1910-11 189
Eliot, John, 18 1934-35 324
Eliot, Port Eliot, Of, 4 1906-07 152
Elizabethan, Members of Parliament, 30 1965-67 40
Elizabethan, Puritans, 30 1965-67 61, 62, 95
Elizabethan, Queries, 29 1962-64 262
Elizabethan, Queries, 30 1965-67 24
Ellacott, Family, 15 1928-29 148, 200
Elliot, Family, 25 1952-53 174
Elliot, Family of Kingsbridge, 3 1904-05 15
Ellis, William, 32 1971-73 230, 271
Ellis, William,   33 46  
Elrington family,   25 1952-53 106
Elsford Cross,   13 1924-25 252
Elyot's House, Exeter, 10 1918-19 12
Elyot's House, HighStreet, Exeter, 11 1920-21 253
Elys, Edmund, 22 1942-46 209, 219, 231
Emanuel Plantagenet,   15 1928-29 315
Emigrants, Early from England to America, 11 1920-21 112
Emigration, Cornish 19th century, 36 1987-91 5
Emigration, Early, to new England, 17 1932-33 65, 68, 137, 182, 185, 280
Emigration, Plymouth as depot, 36 1987-91 58
Emmanuel Baptism, Derivation of, 1 1900-01 17, 46,
Enclosure, Acts and Awards, 22 1942-46 3, 81
Enclosure, Awards, Cornwall, 21 1940-41 292
Endle, Sidney, 28 1959-61 151
Engine builders, 18th century, 35 1982-86 123
Engine, Cornish beam, 36 1987-91 184
Engineers, Cornish, The Hornblowers, 11 1920-21 10
English Manor in the Wilderness,   19 1936-37 232
Episcopal Register, Exeter, 9 1916-17 61
Episcopal Register, Exeter Diocese, 4 1906-07 98, 216,
Episcopal Registers, Exeter Cathedral, 2 1902-03 227
Epitaphs, Bridgerule, 13 1924-25 299, 356
Epitaphs, Exeter Cathedral, 13 1924-25 1
Epitaphs, Hartland, 13 1924-25 97
Epitaphs, Littleham (Exmouth), 13 1924-25 156
Epitaphs, Newton St.Petrock, 13 1924-25 246
Epitaphs, Sidbury and Exeter, 1 1900-01 201, 240, 241, 243,
Epitaphs, St.Buryan, 27 1956-58 167
Epitaphs,   34 1978-81 122
Ericke family,   9 1916-17 224
Erisey, Capt.James, 21 1940-41 255
Erisey, Family Pedigree, 7 1912-13 250
Ermington, Peverell of, 20 1938-39 78
Ermington,   13 1924-25 154
Ernsborough,   25 1952-53 47, 80
Escheator, For 1464-65, 21 1940-41 303
Escheators, Of Devon, 18 1934-35 225
Escheators, Of Devon and Cornwall, 16 1930-31 164, 201, 202
Esingtune, William, 1610, 2 1902-03 170, 224,
Estcott, Daniel, 14 1926-27 120, 166
Ethelbald, Of Mercia, 20 1938-39 43
Ethelbald, Of Mercia, 19 1936-37 358
Ethnographical record, Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 32
Eton College Chapel,   17 1932-33 251, 292
Euclid, Christian name, 19 1936-37 319, 370
Europe, Old map of, 17 1932-33 223
Eva, Surname, 25 1952-53 77
Evelegh, Family, 16 1930-31 246
Evelegh, Manor of, 19 1936-37 175
Eveleigh, Family, 28 1959-61 176
Evelyn, Charles, 24 1950-51 19
Evelyn, Family, 18 1934-35 223, 280
Evil One, and early drama, 17 1932-33 52
Ewe Mack,   20 1938-39 375
Ewing, J.H., 15 1928-29 317
Exbourne, Foundation Deed of Church House, 1 1900-01 145
Exbourne, Stock-box in Church, 2 1902-03 17
Excavations,   17 1932-33 40, 43, 115, 124, 146, 370
Exchequer, Documents, 18 1934-35 143
Exe Bight, Oyster Fishery & Pier Company, 35 1982-86 357
Exe Bridge,   13 1924-25 261
Exe Bridge, Exeter, 3 1904-05 35
Exe Island,   14 1926-27 1, 197
Exe Valley, Upexe Traces of Old Works in River, 3 1904-05 181
Exe, Swan boats on the river, 11 1920-21 144
Exe, Estuary of the, 22 1942-46 253
Executions, Of Priests 1548-49, 13 1924-25 57, 264
Executions, St.Sidwll's parish register, 15 1928-29 328
Exeter Castle,   7 1912-13 40
Exeter Castle, Booklet by E.Chick, 6 1910-11 245
Exeter Castle, Postern Door, 2 1902-03 117
Exeter Cathedral , Alterations, 17 1932-33 159
Exeter Cathedral, Ancient corbel, 5 1908-09 169
Exeter Cathedral, Building of, 12 1922-23 169
Exeter Cathedral, Building of, 12 1922-23 262
Exeter Cathedral, Chantries, 35 1982-86 12, 67
Exeter Cathedral, Church Library and Librarian, 10 1918-19 86, 118
Exeter Cathedral, Church Library and Librarian, 10 1918-19 60
Exeter Cathedral, Civic mass in St.Katherine's 'Yelde', 17 1932-33 309
Exeter Cathedral, Close Topography, 9 1916-17 28, 63
Exeter Cathedral, Consecration, 17 1932-33 289, 376
Exeter Cathedral, Annivellars, 10 1918-19 119
Exeter Cathedral, Bell Founders, 4 1906-07 106
Exeter Cathedral, Blackmore Memorial, 3 1904-05 80
Exeter Cathedral, Deed Sealing, 12 1922-23 301
Exeter Cathedral, Deed-Sealing in, 12 1922-23 244
Exeter Cathedral, Dignitaries of, 12 1922-23 23, 76
Exeter Cathedral, Disturbances in, 37 1992-96 117
Exeter Cathedral, Early Carving, 11 1920-21 64, 139
Exeter Cathedral, Early Officials, 11 1920-21 32, 154
Exeter Cathedral, East Window, Heraldic Glass, 3 1904-05 1, 182, 229, 230
Exeter Cathedral, Eoiscopal Registers, 2 1902-03 227
Exeter Cathedral, Friends of, 17 1932-33 74, 289
Exeter Cathedral, Glass, ancient, 17 1932-33 299
Exeter Cathedral, Grandisson chantry chapel, 17 1932-33 157, 232
Exeter Cathedral, Heraldic Glass, 7 1912-13 174
Exeter Cathedral, Heraldry of lower windows, 5 1908-09 282
Exeter Cathedral, Inscription, 37 1992-96 74
Exeter Cathedral, Knights' Effigies, 3 1904-05 105
Exeter Cathedral, Knights' Effigies, 4 1906-07 260
Exeter Cathedral, Leofric's Stone and Tomb, 5 1908-09 294
Exeter Cathedral, Library, 15 1928-29 336
Exeter Cathedral, Library, Liturgigal MSS, 9 1916-17 33
Exeter Cathedral, Library, Lost MSS, 9 1916-17 139, 177, 195
Exeter Cathedral, Library, MSS at Cambridge, 8 1914-15 175, 208,
Exeter Cathedral, Minstrel gallery, 17 1932-33 312
Exeter Cathedral, Organists, 35 1982-86 133
Exeter Cathedral, Roman remains, 11 1920-21 32
Exeter Cathedral, Royal Arms in, 3 1904-05 38
Exeter Cathedral, Stained Glass of East Window, 7 1912-13 283
Exeter Cathedral, Tomb of Lady Diana, 10 1918-19 268
Exeter Cathedral, Topography of the Close, 9 1916-17 188215
Exeter Cathedral, Treasurer, Nicholas Hall, 6 1910-11 195
Exeter Cathedral, Underground Chamber, 5 1908-09 33
Exeter Cathedral, Vicar Choral (Henry de Berbilond), 37 1992-96 1
Exeter Cathedral, Vicars' choral, agreement with St.Petroc's, 15 1928-29 120, 160
Exeter Cathedral, Wall-paintings, 17 1932-33 75, 99
Exeter Cathedral,   15 1928-29 52, 70
Exeter Churches, Chapels, List of by Peter de Palerna, 5 1908-09 91
Exeter Churches, Coats of Arms, 5 1908-09 1, 9, 62, 70, 161,
Exeter Churches, Memorial Inscriptions in, 5 1908-09 293,
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Edmund's, 17 1932-33 316, 367
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Olave's, 17 1932-33 172
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Pancras', 17 1932-33 120
Exeter Churches, Rectors of St.Thomas (vicar), 17 1932-33 163
Exeter, Academy For University Teaching, 1760, 4 1906-07 107, 108,
Exeter, Allhallows, Goldsmith Street, Vestry Books, 18 1934-35 73
Exeter, Ancient Building in Preston Street, 9 1916-17 4
Exeter, Ancient Churches, 10 1918-19 30
Exeter, Ancient deed 1262, 12 1922-23 33
Exeter, Ancient deed 1262, 12 1922-23 74
Exeter, Ancient deeds 12 1922-23 128
Exeter, Ancient remains in Bear Street, 23 1947-49 309, 388
Exeter, Annivellars College, 11 1920-21 270
Exeter, Appointment of Miles Coverdale as Bishop, 10 1918-19 293-98
Exeter, Archdeaconry Visitation Books,, 11 1920-21 255
Exeter, Armorial Bearing at Abbot's Lodge, The Close, 9 1916-17 97
Exeter, Arms in Gate House, 15 1928-29 218
Exeter, Arms of K.Charles I, 22 1942-46 190
Exeter, Assay Office, 36 1987-91 20
Exeter, Assembly, 27 1956-58 192
Exeter, Assembly, Minutes of, 1655-1659, 23 1947-49 359
Exeter, Assizes, True Bills of in 1455, 3 1904-05 196
Exeter, Bamfylde House, 15 1928-29 242
Exeter, Banking in, 19 1936-37 175
Exeter, Bear Street, Ancient Houses in, 20 1938-39 131
Exeter, Bedford House, 17 1932-33 13
Exeter, Bible at St.Mary Major, 22 1942-46 134
Exeter, Biographies, 15 1928-29 32, 94, 109, 374
Exeter, Bishop of (Frederic Keppel), 34 1978-81 45
Exeter, Bishop of (Henry Phillpotts), 34 1978-81 342
Exeter, Bishop of, (Ralph Brownrigg), 37 1992-96 49
Exeter, Bishop's Chapel of St.Faith, 17 1932-33 214
Exeter, Bishops of, Palaces of, 22 1942-46 78
Exeter, Bishops, Some letters from, 22 1942-46 43, 72, 108, 143, 153, 166
Exeter, Bolehill, 16 1930-31 197
Exeter, Book on Gates and Antiquities of, 10 1918-19 23
Exeter, Book, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Bookseller, 1 1900-01 143
Exeter, Bookseller, Abisha Brocas, 12 1922-23 182
Exeter, Bookseller, early, 10 1918-19 26
Exeter, Booksellers and printers, 11 1920-21 156
Exeter, Bookseller's Stock 1615, 21 1940-41 36
Exeter, Bridge chapels, St.Edmund's, 22 1942-46 203
Exeter, British Camp at, 8 1914-15 185
Exeter, Building trades, 35 1982-86 58
Exeter, Burial grounds, 17 1932-33 180
Exeter, Butcher Row, 26 1954-55 109
Exeter, California, 30 1965-67 72
Exeter, Carpets, 15 1928-29 246
Exeter, Castle Bailey, 18 1934-35 198
Exeter, Castle Close, 13 1924-25 299
Exeter, Castle Lane Meeting, 27 1956-58 217
Exeter, Castle, deeds, 14 1926-27 59
Exeter, Castle, drawbridge, 14 1926-27 278
Exeter, Castle, Its Chapel and Prebendaries, 22 1942-46 287
Exeter, Cathedral and Archbishop's Option, 18 1934-35 214
Exeter, Cathedral and Bishop Stapledon's Chantry, 18 1934-35 266
Exeter, Cathedral Chapter House, 20 1938-39 37
Exeter, Cathedral Chapter House, Books in, 20 1938-39 172, 331
Exeter, Cathedral Monumentarium, 27 1956-58 149
Exeter, Cathedral, 34 1978-81 1, 284, 319
Exeter, Cathedral, 27 1956-58 7
Exeter, Cathedral, 18 1934-35 62
Exeter, Cathedral, chapter, head of, 14 1926-27 117
Exeter, Cathedral, font, payments at, 14 1926-27 110
Exeter, Cathedral, memorial, 13 1924-25 1
Exeter, Cathedral, precentorship, 14 1926-27 22
Exeter, Cathedral, Ryse's Rebus in, 18 1934-35 78
Exeter, Cathedral, Skeleton, 19 1936-37 33
Exeter, Cathedral, sub-dean, 13 1924-25 264
Exeter, Cathedral, window of, 18 1934-35 211
Exeter, Centenarian's recollections, 16 1930-31 40
Exeter, Chapel Street, 12 1922-23 345
Exeter, Chapter Terrier, 5 1908-09 28
Exeter, Characteristics of, 14 1926-27 223, 268, 354
Exeter, Chimney sweep, 14 1926-27 156
Exeter, church registers, 25 1952-53 194
Exeter, Church registers, 16 1930-31 293, 348
Exeter, Church, first dedication of, 14 1926-27 97, 304
Exeter, Churches and the Vikings, 16 1930-31 255
Exeter, Churches, rectors of Allhallow's Goldsmith Street, 16 1930-31 235
Exeter, Churches, rectors of Holy Trinity, 16 1930-31 275
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Kerian, 16 1930-31 377
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Lawrence, 16 1930-31 92
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Mary Arches, 16 1930-31 138
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Mary Major, 16 1930-31 321, 362
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Paul, 16 1930-31 184
Exeter, Churches, rectors of St.Stephen's, 16 1930-31 43
Exeter, Churchwardens, 16th century, 20 1938-39 177
Exeter, City Charter, 1554, 19 1936-37 186, 326,
Exeter, City Colours, 10 1918-19 336
Exeter, City Muniments, 5 1908-09 175, 224,
Exeter, City Properties, Schedule of, 10 1918-19 128
Exeter, City Records, 21 1940-41 35
Exeter, City Wall, 8 1914-15 209
Exeter, City wall, 14 1926-27 324
Exeter, Civic Seals, 5 1908-09 201, 242, 265,
Exeter, Civil War in, 31 1968-70 41
Exeter, Civil War in, 17 1932-33 221
Exeter, Civil War in, 18 1934-35 338
Exeter, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 249
Exeter, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 304
Exeter, Clergy in 1415, 15 1928-29 86
Exeter, Clerical Subsidies, 6 1910-11 17
Exeter, Clerical Subsidies, 4 1906-07 271
Exeter, Clock by Lovelace, 1 1900-01 178
Exeter, Clocks, 1 1900-01 177
Exeter, Cloth-Workers Arms, 1 1900-01 190
Exeter, Comberew Almshouses, 18 1934-35 218
Exeter, Communion Plate, 1576, 2 1902-03 202
Exeter, Co-operative experience in, 36 1987-91 113, 159
Exeter, Coronation, George II, 19 1936-37 170
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 21 1940-41 41
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 20 1938-39 47, 331, 364
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 19 1936-37 47, 94, 191, 238, 286, 333, 382
Exeter, Corporation deeds, 18 1934-35 42, 93, 141, 191, 238, 287, 334, 381
Exeter, Corporation Deeds, 17 1932-33 77, 141, 190, 237 284, 333, 379
Exeter, Cowick Priory, 35 1982-86 321, 383
Exeter, Cowley, 19 1936-37 58
Exeter, Crediton, Canal, 20 1938-39 38
Exeter, Crosses, Ancient Stone of, 21 1940-41 36, 68
Exeter, Curiosity of 1659, 12 1922-23 246
Exeter, Custom, 1 1900-01 79
Exeter, Customs Duties 28 1959-61 246
Exeter, Dean & Chapter, 1633, 26 1954-55 124
Exeter, Dean of, 18 1934-35 16
Exeter, Deanery House, 13 1924-25 352
Exeter, Deanery House, 12 1922-23 241
Exeter, Deans, Early in Diocese of, 11 1920-21 302
Exeter, Deed of 1422, 24 1950-51 68
Exeter, Delimitation of parishes, 12 1922-23 143
Exeter, Dickens and, 15 1928-29 26
Exeter, Diocese in 1563, 30 1965-67 43, 75, 95, 115
Exeter, Diocese, Chancellors of, 37 1992-96 14, 65
Exeter, Diocese, Deans of, 8 1914-15 159
Exeter, Diocese, Religious Census 3 1904-05 264
Exeter, Diocese, Valor of, 19 1936-37 87
Exeter, Diocese, Witchcraft in, 37 1992-96 28, 68, 98
Exeter, Diocese, witchcraft in, 36 1987-91 220, 281, 305, 366
Exeter, Dominicans in, 20 1938-39 124
Exeter, Drama, early in, 17 1932-33 52
Exeter, Earliest map of, 7 1912-13 281
Exeter, Early Dean, 10 1918-19 269, 316, 317
Exeter, Early Theatre, 11 1920-21 122
Exeter, Election 1688-9, 14 1926-27 126
Exeter, Election 1695, 16 1930-31 231
Exeter, Election cartoon, 21 1940-41 127
Exeter, Episcopal Register, 9 1916-17 61
Exeter, Excavations, 17 1932-33 43, 115, 146, 370
Exeter, Exe Bridge, 3 1904-05 35
Exeter, Fair, 15 1928-29 126
Exeter, Ferris family, 34 1978-81 285
Exeter, Flood at St.Thomas, 21 1940-41 209
Exeter, Fore Street, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Gandy of, 21 1940-41 108, 276
Exeter, Gavelkind tenure 1580, 12 1922-23 55
Exeter, Globe Inn, 15 1928-29 240
Exeter, Goldsmiths' Company, 3 1904-05 154
Exeter, Goldsmiths, 7 1912-13 183
Exeter, Guernsey Charter, 12 1922-23 243
Exeter, Guild of Tailors, 7 1912-13 215
Exeter, Guildhall, Front Elevation, 1 1900-01 153
Exeter, Half timber houses, 17 1932-33 42
Exeter, Hall of Vicars Choral, 18 1934-35 78
Exeter, Henry IIII in, 13 1924-25 311
Exeter, Herald, 12 1922-23 246
Exeter, History research group, 13 1924-25 29, 309
Exeter, Hooker's History of, index, 21 1940-41 2, 182
Exeter, Houses of Judhel and Prior of Totnes, 12 1922-23 78
Exeter, Houses, 30 1965-67 255
Exeter, Huguenots in, 23 1947-49 30
Exeter, Huguenots in, in 1810, 22 1942-46 21, 368
Exeter, Hymn tune, 13 1924-25 99
Exeter, In 1688, 36 1987-91 81, 216
Exeter, Inns and houses, Bell, 13 1924-25 39
Exeter, Inns and houses, Tabert or Talbot, 13 1924-25 298
Exeter, Inns and houses, Three Cups, 13 1924-25 271
Exeter, Inns and houses, Turk's Head, 13 1924-25 118
Exeter, Inns of, 20 1938-39 266
Exeter, Ironmongers and Booksellers in 17th century, 11 1920-21 57
Exeter, J., bishop of (1420), 17 1932-33 372
Exeter, Japanner, Mr.Hodges, 22 1942-46 259
Exeter, John and Alice Grey of, 21 1940-41 277, 323
Exeter, John Belfield, M.P. for, 23 1947-49 324
Exeter, John Wolcot, Mayor, 30 1965-67 92
Exeter, Lacy, Bishop of, 29 1962-64 272
Exeter, Lady Drake's tree, 14 1926-27 106
Exeter, Lamb Alley, 23 1947-49 135
Exeter, Library Society, 31 1968-70 222
Exeter, Life, Satirical Sketch 1870, 7 1912-13 108, 131,
Exeter, Lighting, 1561, 19 1936-37 148
Exeter, Little Exchange, Cathedral Close, 10 1918-19 28
Exeter, Livery Dole Almshouses, 22 1942-46 329
Exeter, Loan Societies, 34 1978-81 181
Exeter, Local and Greenwich Time, 19 1936-37 217
Exeter, Long family of, 23 1947-49 155, 329
Exeter, Loyal Association, 20 1938-39 286
Exeter, Loyal Association, 17 1932-33 221
Exeter, Manorial custom, 16 1930-31 302
Exeter, Manumissions, 20 1938-39 388
Exeter, Manuscript, Description of an Old, 4 1906-07 217,
Exeter, Maps in 'Pomponius Mela', 11 1920-21 95
Exeter, Marquis of (Lands), 18 1934-35 165, 205
Exeter, Mayor's Court Roll, 18 1934-35 175
Exeter, Mayors of, 30 1965-67 30
Exeter, Mayors of, Christopher Bale's omitted in list, 21 1940-41 166
Exeter, Meaning of 'pape' attached to a name, 11 1920-21 128
Exeter, Medieval Councils, 19 1936-37 169
Exeter, Members of Parliament 12 1922-23 248, 345
Exeter, Members of Parliament, 31 1968-70 47
Exeter, Memories in Surrey, 18 1934-35 60
Exeter, Merchant in Spain, 30 1965-67 241
Exeter, Merchants and Trade with Morocco, 10 1918-19 127
Exeter, Military Standpoint of City Wall, 7 1912-13 161
Exeter, Mints, 12 1922-23 60
Exeter, MS Dated 1431, 5 1908-09 30
Exeter, Neck's History of, 7 1912-13 78
Exeter, Nelson at, 15 1928-29 5
Exeter, New London Inn, 19 1936-37 81
Exeter, Newspaper Press, 10 1918-19 169
Exeter, Nicholas Isacke, Mayor, 9 1916-17 7
Exeter, Nicknames, 10 1918-19 90
Exeter, Northernhay, view of, 15 1928-29 102, 160
Exeter, Oath of Freemen of, 19 1936-37 379
Exeter, Occupations of people 1818, 12 1922-23 183
Exeter, Oil of, Herb lore, 12 1922-23 277, 307, 308, 356
Exeter, Oxford Inn, 14 1926-27 297
Exeter, Paris Street, 12 1922-23 200
Exeter, Petition to Mayor, 1641, 2 1902-03 141
Exeter, Philomathic Society, 10 1918-19 82
Exeter, Pie-Man, 12 1922-23 345
Exeter, Pilgrim's shrine, 17 1932-33 370
Exeter, Place-names, 12 1922-23 57
Exeter, Plans of, 17 1932-33 37
Exeter, Poem 'Jeu D'Esprit' of 1838, 1 1900-01 116
Exeter, Poem, Author W.H.Merle, 4 1906-07 242, 280
Exeter, Population of, 17th century, 20 1938-39 210, 242
Exeter, Population, 35 1982-86 89
Exeter, Presbyterian chapels, 27 1956-58 296
Exeter, Preston Street Building, 8 1914-15 161-70,
Exeter, Printer, 13 1924-25 99, 168
Exeter, Printers, 36 1987-91 255, 273, 336
Exeter, Prior of St.Nicholas, 22 1942-46 191
Exeter, Privateer, 14 1926-27 329
Exeter, Prognostic of Bishop of, 21 1940-41 200
Exeter, Public hire chairs, 36 1987-91 265, 314
Exeter, Publication Disclaimer, 12 1922-23 175
Exeter, Publication, 20 1938-39 226
Exeter, Publication, 19 1936-37 176, 232
Exeter, Raleigh, And, 10 1918-19 41
Exeter, Records of Consistory Court, 26 1954-55 96
Exeter, Records of Dean and Chapter, 27 1956-58 23
Exeter, Red Lion Inn, 12 1922-23 81
Exeter, Review of Roman, 21 1940-41 34
Exeter, Review of Work by E.A.Freeman, 2 1902-03 216
Exeter, Rocque's Plan of, 6 1910-11 240
Exeter, Roman Amphitheatre, 18 1934-35 30, 85, 133, 184, 375
Exeter, Roman coin in, 13 1924-25 345
Exeter, Roman inscription, missing, at, 17 1932-33 55
Exeter, Rougemont House, 17 1932-33 222
Exeter, Ryse Rebus in Vicars' College Hall, 17 1932-33 359
Exeter, Saint James Church, 11 1920-21 97
Exeter, Saint John's Church, 3 1904-05 198
Exeter, Saint Martin's marriages at, 12 1922-23 278, 309
Exeter, Saint Mary Major, 11 1920-21 90
Exeter, Saint Pancras registers, 11 1920-21 72
Exeter, Saint Pancras Registers, 10 1918-19 307
Exeter, Sculptor, John Weston, 9 1916-17 3
Exeter, Seal, common of, 17 1932-33 346
Exeter, Sedan Chairs in, 6 1910-11 104
Exeter, Sensation of 1611, 7 1912-13 86
Exeter, Sermon, Consecration of New Burial-place, 1637, 3 1904-05 54, 69,
Exeter, Sheriffs, Earliest of, 19 1936-37 297
Exeter, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 161, 165
Exeter, Shop Signs, 20 1938-39 180
Exeter, Siege of 1069, 19 1936-37 178
Exeter, Siege of, 36 1987-91 225
Exeter, Silversmiths, 4 1906-07 55
Exeter, Smythen Street, 15 1928-29 87
Exeter, Social conditions, 35 1982-86 298
Exeter, Some MSS., 12 1922-23 243
Exeter, St.Clement Dane Rectory, And House, 11 1920-21 265
Exeter, St.David's Church, 23 1947-49 53
Exeter, St.David's Church, 12 1922-23 28
Exeter, St.George's Church gravestones, 23 1947-49 243
Exeter, St.James's parish by, 14 1926-27 223, 268, 311, 353
Exeter, St.John's Church, 21 1940-41 174
Exeter, St.John's Church, 20 1938-39 176
Exeter, St.John's Hospital School, 22 1942-46 100, 136, 138
Exeter, St.Laurence, 20 1938-39 125
Exeter, St.Lawrence Church, 22 1942-46 314
Exeter, St.Nicholas Priory, 21 1940-41 23, 68
Exeter, St.Nicholas Priory, 14 1926-27 91
Exeter, St.Nicholas, 1321 12 1922-23 8
Exeter, St.Olave's, 25 1952-53 22
Exeter, St.Petrock's, Art Treasure of, 21 1940-41 65
Exeter, St.Sidwell's, 19 1936-37 167
Exeter, St.Thomas' Church, Early doorway in, 21 1940-41 163
Exeter, St.Thomas Church, monument, 22 1942-46 238
Exeter, Stocks, 15 1928-29 203
Exeter, Stone crosses of, Scarlet Cross, 21 1940-41 166
Exeter, Stone crosses of, Watergate, 21 1940-41 304
Exeter, Street Collections, 20 1938-39 225
Exeter, Street Names, 2 1902-03 28, 59, 69, 70, 158,
Exeter, Sub-dean, unrecorded, 17 1932-33 268
Exeter, Tabard Inn, 14 1926-27 11
Exeter, Taxpayers, 34 1978-81 217
Exeter, The Palace, 27 1956-58 72
Exeter, Thernae, 18 1934-35 101
Exeter, Three Tuns Inn, 27 1956-58 52
Exeter, Topography, 16 1930-31 181
Exeter, Trewman's Flying Post, 10 1918-19 169
Exeter, Trosse family of, 30 1965-67 138
Exeter, Tuckers Hall, 31 1968-70 235
Exeter, Tudor persecution in, 4 1906-07 247
Exeter, University, 34 1978-81 194
Exeter, Use of the term 'Christianity', 11 1920-21 84
Exeter, Vicars choral, 17 1932-33 154
Exeter, Vikings in, 15 1928-29 374
Exeter, Visit to 1846, 12 1922-23 8
Exeter, Vivian's Marriage Licences, 10 1918-19 321
Exeter, Walls (1352), 16 1930-31 315
Exeter, Ward, Bishop of, 21 1940-41 222, 282, 329
Exeter, Watergate at, 22 1942-46 34
Exeter, Water-sellers, 2 1902-03 81
Exeter, Woollen trade, 16 1930-31 313, 352
Exeter,   28 1959-61 325
Exeter,   29 1962-64 80, 102, 127, 132, 149, 164, 171, 207, 211, 239
Exeter,   30 1965-67 30
Exeter,   32 1971-73 17, 94, 185, 253
Exeter,   33 1974-77 17, 56, 141, 260, 265, 282, 290, 333
Exeter,   34 1978-81 169
Exeter,   35 1982-86 79
Exeter,   27 1956-58 96, 111, 227, 319
Exeter,   23 1947-49 124, 398
Exminster, Milbury in, 15 1928-29 148, 200
Exmoor, Mining, 30 1965-67 205
Exmoor,   29 1962-64 237
Exmoor,   34 1978-81 329
Exmoor,   27 1956-58 96
Exmouth, Bank note, 23 1947-49 182, 269, 324, 363
Exmouth, Bank, 15 1928-29 373
Exmouth, Coat of Arms, 23 1947-49 91
Exmouth, Etching of, 12 1922-23 344
Exmouth, First and Last Inn, 14 1926-27 97
Exmouth, Hille or Rull, use of names, 11 1920-21 295
Exmouth, lime-kilns, 17 1932-33 180
Exmouth, Local saying, 14 1926-27 63
Exmouth, Old, 13 1924-25 32
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 156
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 217
Exmouth, Sacheverell Hall, 12 1922-23 260
Exmouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 128, 132, 162
Exmouth, Ships, 13 1924-25 113, 273
Exmouth, Sir John Colliton, garden of, 11 1920-21 146
Exmouth, Sir John Colliton, garden of, 11 1920-21 260
Exmouth, St.Anne';s Chapel, 13 1924-25 87, 111, 165
Exmouth, St.Saviour's Chapel, 13 1924-25 372
Exmouth, stone, 17 1932-33 44, 180, 232
Exmouth, Story, Old, 23 1947-49 137
Exmouth, View, 23 1947-49 296, 328
Exmouth, Viscount, see Pellew, 17 1932-33  
Exmouth,   32 1971-73 51
Exmouth,   27 1956-58 239
Exoniensis 1745,   19 1936-37 32
Export of corn in 1735,   14 1926-27 180
Exports,   31 1968-70 140
Exwick,   20 1938-39 222
Exwill ferry,   15 1928-29 149, 247
Eyck, John Van, Artist, 15th century, 4 1906-07 188
Eye Specialists,   16 1930-31 98
Faggus, Tom, Highwayman, 8 1914-15 26, 38,
Fair, Totnes, 13 1924-25 297, 356
Fairies' Love Letters,   6 1910-11 175
Fairies,   13 1924-25 312
Fairs, Illegal, 22 1942-46 280
Fairs,   17 1932-33 178, 179
Fairs, Mediaeval, duration of, 15 1928-29 125
Fallapit, Arms, 13 1924-25 8
Falmouth, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 127, 341
Falmouth, Lord, Muniments of, 6 1910-11 11
Falmouth, Marriage Transcripts, 8 1914-15 88
Falmouth, Transcripts, marriages, 11 1920-21 3
Falmouth,   23 1947-49 280
Falmouth,   15 1928-29 164, 167
Families, Old, of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 60
Farleu,   23 1947-49 133
Farley, Samuel, Exeter priner, 1689-1702, 3 1904-05 32
Farley, Samuel, Printer of Exeter, 1 1900-01 195
Farm, Accounts, 32 1971-73 280
Farm,, East Devon, 18th Century, 36 1987-91 101
Farm,, Houses, 31 1968-70 227
Farm,, Papers 29 1962-64 221
Farm,, Workers' Contracts, 33 1974-77 266
Farmer's Account Book, Devon, 18th century, Bartholomew Berry, 6 1910-11 178, 219, 255,
Farmhouses, Devon, types of, 3 1904-05 249
Farming, Early at Chagford, 27 1956-58 260
Farms, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 146
Farquharson, A., History of Honiton, 19 1936-37 319
Farrant(d), Richard, d.1680, 7 1912-13 74
Farrant, Richard, Rector of Musbury 1653, 7 1912-13 23
Farringdon,   17 1932-33 179
Farway, Church, Brass in, 8 1914-15 105
Farway, Subsidies, 20 1938-39 32
Farway, Will of Rector 1700-1729, 30 1965-67 170
Farway,   17 1932-33 373
Fast days, Workington, 14 1926-27 379
Fauna, Devon, 21 1940-41 206
Fauna, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 115
Feasts,   17 1932-33 178, 179
Feasts, Movable, 17 1932-33 60
Fees (Devon), Book of, 13 1924-25 9, 109
Feet of Fines (Devon), Book of, 13 1924-25 226
Feet of Fines, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 266, 305
Feet of Fines, Higher Cherriton and Swithams, 11 1920-21 40
Feet of Fines, Identification of locations, 13th century, 5 1908-09 32
Felix well,   17 1932-33 320
Female Volunteer, Drama of 1801, The, 2 1902-03 254
Fencibles, Sea, (Cornish Volunteers), 30 1965-67 172
Feniton, Dial, 17 1932-33 326
Fernworthy, Dartmoor, 33 1974-77 203
Ferrars,   22 1942-46 32
Ferrars, Isota de, 22 1942-46 137
Ferrers, Family of Bere, 21 57, 98, 157  
Ferrers, Family of Cornwall, 21 1940-41 195
Ferrers, Pedigree, 14 1926-27 219
Ferris, Family, 34 1978-81 285
Ferris, Family, 14 1926-27 155, 201
Ferry Cross,   14 1926-27 157
Feudal Aids,   24 1950-51 78
Field Club, West Cornwall, 24 1950-51 94, 183
Field Club, West Cornwall, (Archaeological), 19 1936-37 357
Field Names, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 117
Field Names, Morvah, 17 1932-33 52
Field Names, Squirrel, Withycombe Raleigh, 1 1900-01 197
Field Names, Wilful Murder', 24 1950-51 192
Field Names,   23 1947-49 52
Fielding in Devon, Lyme Regis Stay in 1725, 8 1914-15 143
Fields, Landscore, Stitch and Quillet, 23 1947-49 372
Fiennes, Celia, 10 1918-19 29
Filace, Place-name, 12 1922-23 250
Filet weaver,   31 1968-70 122, 188
Fillon, Wardens of the 21 1940-41 127
Financial, Expoitation on Manor of Dartington, 16th C. 30 1965-67 209
Fine,   22 1942-46 878
Fine, Devon, 22 1942-46 28
Fingerprints,   37 1992-96 175, 207
Finlay, Jane, 13 1924-25 153
Finnimore and Filmore, Locations of Families, 2 1902-03 119, 138, 215,
Fire and Light, Old methods of obtaining, 12 1922-23 84, 165
Fire Hooks, Truro, 9 1916-17 73
Fires, Beacons, 23 1947-49 154, 217, 218
Fires, Beacons, 15 1928-29 22, 69, 106, 156
Fires, Bricks, Torrington, 17 1932-33 353
Fires, Honiton, Church, 1911, Inscription of 1694, 9 1916-17 253
Fires, Mansions (Cornish), detroyed by, 13 1924-25 73
Fires, Tiverton, 33 1974-77 345
Fires, Tiverton, 35 1982-86 160
Fires, Tiverton, 1621, 30 1965-67 127
Fires,   32 1971-73 20
Fish, Landings, 36 1987-91 28
Fish, Strange, 36 1987-91 107
Fishacre,   31 1968-70 250
Fisher, Family, 24 1950-51 161
Fisheries,   35 1982-86 357
Fishery, Pilchard, Cornish, 7 1912-13 160
Fishing , Industry at Sidmouth, 17 1932-33 119
Fishing Feast, Plymouth, 30 1965-67 155
Fishing Fleet, Mousehole, 29 1962-64 152
Fishley, Seat of Luxmoore family, 3 1904-05 208
Fishley, Family, 14 1926-27 14, 67, 68
Fishley, Family, 13 1924-25 226, 232, 268
Fitton, John, 14 1926-27 22
Fitz Joel, Warin, 29 1962-64 180
Fitz Martins,   20 1938-39 287, 328
Fitz Warin, Walter, 29 1962-64 180
Fitz, John, friend of Drake, 37 1992-96 300
Fitz-alan, Rohant, 25 1952-53 184
Fitzherberd, Nicholas, 22 1942-46 61
Fitzhugh,   19 1936-37 74
Fitzjoel, Warin, 28 1959-61 219
FitzRalph, Richard, 15 1928-29 13, 14, 62
Fitzralph, Archbishop, Richard of Armagh, 1347-60, 6 1910-11 255
Fitz-Roger family, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Fitz-Roger family, Family, 24 1950-51 56
Fitz-Walter, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Fitzwarine, Family of Brightleigh, N.Devon, 3 1904-05 54
Fitzwarren of Totley, Arms of, 1 1900-01 183
Flag, Prince of Orange's, 1 1900-01 25
Flamancke, Thomas, 14 1926-27 32
Flavel, John, 18 1934-35 217
Flax growing, Devon, 24 1950-51 41
Flete House, Holbeton, 4 1906-07 113
Flindell, Thomas, 27 1956-58 266, 269
Flint implements,   16 1930-31 257, 302, 341
Flitt (or Kitt), Peter, 23 1947-49 52
Flood, At St.Thomas, Exeter, 21 1940-41 209
Florence, Christian names, 12 1922-23 344
Floyer Hayes,   19 1936-37 211
Floyer of Floyerhayes, Colyton Registers, 6 1910-11 106
Folk dancing in Devon,   15 1928-29 11
Folk Lore, Cornish, Piskies, 7 1912-13 113
Folk Lore, Morchard Bishop, 3 1904-05 195
Folk Rhymes of Devon, Corrections to, 6 1910-11 224
Folk Rymes of Devon, Correction, 7 1912-13 47
Folkland,   19 1936-37 62
Folklore Calendar,   6 1910-11 243
Folklore, Cornish, 11 1920-21 288
Folklore, Thunder and Lightning, 30 1965-67 236
Folklore, Uplyme, 14 1926-27 158
Folklore,   13 1924-25 16, 35, 73, 194, 201, 202, 206, 260, 261, 266, 289, 294, 307, 312, 314, 330
Folk-songs,   36 1987-91 37, 70
Follett, Family, 34 1978-81 94, 149
Follett, Pedigree, 13 1924-25 15
Follett, Pedigree, 12 1922-23 67
Follett, Pedigree, 11 1920-21 283, 306
Follett, Charles, 33 1974-77 91
Follett, Henry, 33 1974-77 91
Folly, Monuments called, 19 1936-37 264
Folly,   18 1934-35 224, 281
Font Symbolism, Stoke Canon, St.Marychurch, Alphington, 4 1906-07 129
Font, Luppit, 7 1912-13 201
Fontelautus, Name, 18 1934-35 274
Fonts, Hessenford, 13 1924-25 344
Fonts, Morleigh, 13 1924-25 50, 230
Foot, Family, 28 1959-61 221
Foot, Isaac, 34 1978-81 128
Football, Early in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 4
Football, Good Friday, 10 1918-19 113
Football, Shrove Tuesday and Good Friday, 17 1932-33 61, 130, 321
Foote, Family, Foote's Hotel, Exeter, 1814, 6 1910-11 171
Foote, Samuel, pedigree, 12 1922-23 158
Footprints, Luminous, report of, 11 1920-21 87
For Farness,   23 1947-49 397
For(s)ter, Rev. Benjamin, 17 1932-33 224, 280
Forbes, Mrs. Hamilton, Recollections of Lucknow, 30 1965-67 23, 60
Ford, Family, Charles II Miniature with Skull, 1 1900-01 157, 180,
Ford, Family, Harting, co. Sussex, 6 1910-11 61, 113, 188,
Ford, Family, William c. 1750, 6 1910-11 60, 61, 113, 188,
Ford, House, Newton Abbot, 4 1906-07 33
Ford, Henry, 13 1924-25 9, 109
Ford, John, 14 1926-27 22, 120, 166
Ford, John, 13 1924-25 9
Ford, John, Dramatist, family of, 3 1904-05 239
Forde Abbey,   29 1962-64 206, 252, 302
Forde, Abbot of, 30 1965-67 299
Forde, Abbot of, 13 1924-25 180
Fords, Paved, 15 1928-29 20
Fords, Paved, 14 1926-27 350
Foreign Churches in Devon, Property of, 1 1900-01 252
Foreign Names in Devon,   7 1912-13 222
Forest Law, Treatise on, 2 1902-03 189
Forgeries,   32 1971-73 172
Forkiston, Forston, Lukeham, Locations of, 2 1902-03 25, 93, 147,
Fortescue, Sir John, 21 1940-41 78
Fortescue, Sir Henry, 20 1938-39 37
Fortescues, Early, 21 1940-41 248
Fortibus, Isabella de, 8 1914-15 40, 86,
Fortibus, William de, 16 1930-31 242
Fortifications, Devon and Cornwall, 21 1940-41 162
Forts, Crownhill, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 70
Forts, Noss Hill, 36 1987-91 48
Forty, The, 16 1930-31 247
Forward, Family, 14 1926-27 16, 111
Forward, Family, 13 1924-25 295
Fotesdon, Place-name, 14 1926-27 266
Foulston, John, 26 1954-55 40, 90, 120
Foundation Shifting,   26 1954-55 143
Fountain, Ashburton, 37 1992-96 305
Fountayne, John, 14 1926-27 369
Four Men, The, 15 1928-29 44
Fowell family,   36 1987-91 29
Fowey, Borough and Parish bounds, 25 1952-53 93
Fowey, Gyndage-Rummage at, 8 1914-15 8
Fowey, Noah's Ark', 24 1950-51 24, 65, 158
Fowey, Padstow Canal, 23 1947-49 267
Fowey, Pirates in 1462 12 1922-23 230
Fowey, Smuggling Mayor of, 23 1947-49 118, 182
Fowey, The 'Fair Maid of the West', 23 1947-49 245
Fowey,   30 1965-67 11
Fowey,   26 1954-55 84
Fowey,   23 1947-49 280, 305, 359, 398
Fowey,   21 1940-41 108
Fowey,   15 1928-29 128, 145, 164, 166
Fowlescombe,   36 1987-91 29
Fowling-piece, Queen Anne, 17 1932-33 172
Fox, Bishop Richard, 17 1932-33 4, 129
Fox-netting,   13 1924-25 160
Francis, Family, 27 1956-58 302
Frank, Ambrose (Will), 18 1934-35 32
Frankem Days,   12 1922-23 112
Frederetta Romney, Novel about Hartland, 10 1918-19 168
Freeholder, Devonshire, 18 1934-35 176
Freeman, of North Molton, 21 1940-41 209
Freemasonry in Devon,   6 1910-11 90
Freemen of Exeter, Oath of, 19 1936-37 379
Fremington,   17 1932-33 360, 374
Fremington,   16 1930-31 32
Fremington,   14 1926-27 298
Fremington,   13 1924-25 139, 303
Frenay, Hubert, 24 1950-51 65
Frenay, Hubert, 23 1947-49 360
French, Bishop, 35 1982-86 264
French, Church, Dartmouth, 12 1922-23 157
French, Church, Plymouth, 11 1920-21 68, 111
French, Company of Exeter, 17th century, 27 1956-58 11
French, Family, Dartmoor, 1 1900-01 162
French, Merchandise marks, 15 1928-29 145
French, Names in Devon, 10 1918-19 64, 92, 97, 158, 212
French, Priasoners at Tiverton, Napoleonic, 4 1906-07 257
French, Prisoners atAshburton, 6 1910-11 80
French, Prisoners of War, Ashburton, 19 1936-37 364
French, Prisoners of War, Ashburton, 15 1928-29 180
French, Prisoners, 15th century, 5 1908-09 78
French, Prisons, Barnstaple men in, 14 1926-27 329
French, Protestant Congregations, 35 1982-86 344
French, Sea fight with, 17 1932-33 34, 130
French, Ship, 16 1930-31 198
French, Wars, Special Services during, 8 1914-15 122
Frenche, Thomas, 14 1926-27 24
Frescoes,   18 1934-35 35
Friar Bacon,   20 1938-39 374
Friars, Crosse, of Exeter, 1500, 6 1910-11 90
Friars, Confessors, 13 1924-25 182
Frithelstock, Gold Ring Discovered at, 2 1902-03 233
Frithelstock, Priory ruins, 15 1928-29 303
Frithelstock, Priory, 16 1930-31 85
Frithelstock, Priory, Founder of, 23 1947-49 73
Frithelstock,   14 1926-27 289
Frome, Som., Short of, 23 1947-49 94
Fry, Family of,Yarty, 6 1910-11 109
Fry, Family, 15 1928-29 148
Fry, Family of Cotleigh, 10 1918-19 176
Fuge, Family, 31 1968-70 192
Fuge, Fugh, Surname, 25 1952-53 23, 76, 143
Fuidge House,   32 1971-73 219
Fulford, Arms of, 9 1916-17 62
Fulford, Deed, Ancient, 12 1922-23 113, 215, 99
Fulford, Family of Great Fulford, 4 1906-07 31
Fulford, Family, 25 1952-53 140, 175, 204
Fulford, Sir Thomas, Monument in Dunsford, 1 1900-01 5
Fuller, J.G., 18 1934-35 277, 323
Fuller's bond and accounts,   15 1928-29 21
Fuller's bond and accounts,   14 1926-27 379
Funeral Customs, Morchard Bishop, 3 1904-05 85
Funerals,   32 1971-73 125
Furneaux, Family, 25 1952-53 50
Fursdon, Family, 6 1910-11 188
Furse, George, 14 1926-27 346
Fursman, Family, 15 1928-29 103
Fuseli, Henry, 37 1992-96 246
Gaboldesley,   23 1947-49 48
Gale, John, 16 1930-31 97
Gale, Theophilus Kingsteignton, 1639, 4 1906-07 241
Gale, Theophilus, b.1628, 5 1908-09 71
Gale, Thomas, Grant of Manor of Kingswear, 10 1918-19 249
Gallery, Jacobean, Cullompton Church, 22 1942-46 223
Galleyhapens, Customary Church Payment, 1 1900-01 248
Games,   35 1982-86 355
Gandy, Of Exeter, 21 1940-41 108, 276
Gangsters of 1387,   26 1954-55 71
Gara, Place-name, 28 1959-61 280
Gardening, Early Book on, 1718, 2 1902-03 184
Gartside, Benjamin, 35 1982-86 121
Gascony Wine,   3 1904-05 38, 95,
Gate Fields,   18 1934-35 217
Gauntlet, A, and Its Challenge, 26 1954-55 236
Gavelkind Tenure, Exeter, 1580 12 1922-23 55
Gawler, Mr. of Chudleigh, 1688, 3 1904-05 74
Gawton, Manor of, 3 1904-05 99
Gay, John, Portrait of, 11 1920-21 287
Gay, Susan Elizabeth, literary work, 10 1918-19 33
Gayre, Family, 23 1947-49 266, 296
Gay's Memorial Ring,   17 1932-33 126
Geare, Family, 28 1959-61 261, 291
Gee, Rev. John, 1596-1636, 3 1904-05 162
Geen, Family, 31 1968-70 193
Geere, Family, 29 1962-64 91
Geere, Family, 31 1968-70 250
Genealogy,   26 1954-55 20
Genealogy, Sir William Pole's, 23 1947-49 84
Gennys, Family of Launceston and Plymouth, 9 1916-17 63, 76
Gentleman's Magazine,   32 1971-73 23
Geoffrey,   36 1987-91 25
George II, Looe's address to, 27 1956-58 50
George II,   19 1936-37 178
Georgeham, Church Dedication, 14 1926-27 62
Georgeham, History of, and Croyde, 30 1965-67 144
Geraint (Prince),   37 1992-96 192
Gerard and Bulley, Families, 12 1922-23 16
Gerrans,   15 1928-29 301
Gerrans,   13 1924-25 158
Gewen, Family, 31 1968-70 195
Ghost, Dowrich, 33 1974-77 1
Ghost, Headless, 28 1959-61 51
Ghost, Traditional Devon, 30 1965-67 177
Ghosts, Animal Symbols, 27 1956-58 264
Ghosts, White Ale Club, 29 1962-64 90
Ghosts,   37 1992-96 72
Giants on Plymouth Hoe,   27 1956-58 209
Gib, A Parcel of Woollen Cloth, 21 1940-41 116
Gibbe, John, 14 1926-27 22
Gibbes, Walter, 14 1926-27 196
Gibbons, Miss Maria Susannah,d.1890, E.Budleigh, 3 1904-05 49, 52, 86,
Gibbons, Miss M.S., Authoress 2 1902-03 240
Gibbs, Roscoe, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 49
Gidleigh, Marsh, 20 1938-39 222
Gidleigh, Chapel of La Wallen, 11 1920-21 129
Gidley, Family, 17 1932-33 321
Giffard (Gifford), Alice, 1275, Clovelly, 2 1902-03 188
Giffard, Family, 27 1956-58 38, 55
Giffard, Family, 23 1947-49 38
Giffard, Family, 26 1954-55 116
Giffard, Fee, Prouz family, And the, 6 1910-11 51
Giffard, George, 10 1918-19 166
Giffard, Hardinge Franck, In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 217
Giffard, Monument at Chittlehampton, 27 1956-58 38
Giffard, Pronunciation of, 4 1906-07 113
Giffard, Walter, 22 1942-46 146
Giffard, Whitchurch Fee, 1 1900-01 63, 77,
Giffard,   32 1971-73 148, 266
Gifford, Family, 17 1932-33 377
Gifford, Humfrey, 16 1930-31 210
Gifford, John, 17 1932-33 60
Gilbert (formerly Giddy), Arms, 13 1924-25 356
Gilbert, Captain Bart. 17 1932-33 321
Gilbert, Davies, papers of, 11 1920-21 152
Gilbert, Family, 14 1926-27 29, 251, 311
Gilbert, John, Archbishop of York, 15 1928-29 348
Gilbert, Lt,General Sir Walter Raleigh, Bart., G.C.B., 22 1942-46 129
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, 16 1930-31 102
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, Portrait of, 1 1900-01 132
Gilbert-Prideaux family,   5 1908-09 70
Gild , Ordinances, 31 1968-70 235
Gilds,   17 1932-33 310
Gilds, In Devon and Cornwal, 14 1926-27 225
Gill, Family, 27 1956-58 224
Gill, John, of Penryn 28 1959-61 329
Gillett, Jonathan,Plymouth Emigrant 1630, 1 1900-01 255
Gillette, Family of Devon and New England, 2 1902-03 62
Gittisham, Church, Chair in, 20 1938-39 79
Gittisham, Putt Hatchments at, 19 1936-37 300
Gittisham, Register Entry on a Deserter, 1 1900-01 133
Glanville, Ann, 36 1987-91 127
Glanville, Family, 8 1914-15 127, 155,
Glanville, Family, 13 1924-25 317
Glanville, Samuel, Minor County Worthy, 8 1914-15 33
Glanville, William of Exeter, 12 1922-23 107
Glanville, William, 16 1930-31 9
Glass Kilns, Countess Wear, 10 1918-19 84, 110, 112, 257
Glass Making in Devon, Topsham, 19th Century, 1 1900-01 135
Glass, Ancient Stained, 17 1932-33 299
Glass, Ancient, 15 1928-29 242
Glass, Ancient, Wolborough, 22 1942-46 226, 261, 276
Glass, Dr. Thomas, 34 1978-81 169, 254
Glass, Heraldic, 18 1934-35 146, 233
Glass, Kilns at Countess Wear, 22 1942-46 151
Glebe Terriers,   36 1987-91 137
Glee Club, Devon, 1 1900-01 72, 120
Glendower, Owen, 20 1938-39 123
Glorious Revolution, Events of 1688, 36 1987-91 81, 216, 255
Glubb, Rev.Peter, 27 1956-58 121
Glyn, John, 14 1926-27 32
Goddard, Anthony and the Defence of Plymouth 1599 9 1916-17 52
Godfrey of Totnes, Arms of, 4 1906-07 247
Godlonton MSS,   11 1920-21 56
Godolphin, Family, 16 1930-31 17
Godolphin, Family, 15 1928-29 194, 294, 366
Godwin, Matthew, 35 1982-86 133
Gogmagog, On Plymouth Hoe, 16 1930-31 197
Gold, Family, 29 1962-64 123
Goldsmith, Oliver, Presence in Devonshire 2 1902-03 190, 214,
Goldsmiths, Company of Exeter, 3 1904-05 154
Goldsmiths, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 240, 262, 297, 320
Goldsmiths, Devon, Of, 4 1906-07 88
Goldsmiths, Exeter, 7 1912-13 183
Goldsmiths, Exeter, 1580 34 1978-81 285
Goldsmiths, Two of Devonshire, 4 1906-07 149
Goldsmiths, Williams Family, 36 1987-91 20, 69
Goldsworth(y), Families, 10 1918-19 182, 311, 312
Goldsworthy, Family, 11 1920-21 42
Goldsworthy, Family, 10 1918-19 272
Golsworthy, James, 35 1982-86 319, 394
Golsworthy, James, 36 1987-91 109
Goodaver, Stone Circle, 19 1936-37 350
Goodleigh, History MS, 11 1920-21 221
Goodrington, Cemetery, 13 1924-25 115
Goory Honiton,   32 1971-73 218
Goose, Philip Henry, 32 1971-73 155
Goran,   13 1924-25 158
Gordon Riots,   34 1978-81 223
Gorges, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Gorget, Cornish Golden of 1783 6 1910-11 102
Gorgets, Cornish of 1783 12 1922-23 192
Gorran Haven,   30 1965-67 203
Gorran,   15 1928-29 301
Gorway Cross, Teignmouth, 13 1924-25 3, 106
Goss, John of Hatherleigh, 12 1922-23 228
Gossford River,   14 1926-27 19, 71, 72, 198
Gossford River,   13 1924-25 345
Gould, Edward, 14 1926-27 102
Gould, Family, 29 1962-64 123
Gould, S.Baring, 36 1987-91 248
Gould, S.Baring, 13 1924-25 49, 109
Gout, Cure for, 23 1947-49 49
Gracedieu, Sir Bartholomew, St. Ives, 1706, 6 1910-11 46
Graffitti, Foot and Hand, in Churches, 30 1965-67 57
Grafton, Miss, Wessington Court, Hereford, 3 1904-05 128
Grampound, Election expenses 1727, 27 1956-58 17
Grampus, Risso's, Exmouth 1908, 6 1910-11 9
Grand Jury and Their Port Wine,   1 1900-01 101
Grandison, Spelling of, 15 1928-29 60, 105
Grandison, Bishop, 12 1922-23 357
Grandisson, Bishop John de, 13 1924-25 25, 70, 173, 347
Grandisson, Bishop, 'Life of Thomas The Martyr', 12 1922-23 247
Grandisson, Bishop, 'Life of Thomas The Martyr', 12 1922-23 302
Grandisson, Chantry chapel, 17 1932-33 157, 232
Grandisson, Grave of, 16 1930-31 113
Grandisson, Versus Graunson, 14 1926-27 117
Grandisson, Vestment of Bishop, in the Azores, 5 1908-09 39
Grange Estate, Broadhembury, 3 1904-05 41, 73, 107,
Grange, Heraldic Scrolls, 3 1904-05 44, 107,
Granger, Edmund and Rougemont House, 20 1938-39 286
Granger, Edmund, 17 1932-33 221
Granite Quarries,   32 1971-73 13
Granite Stones, South Zeal, South Tawton, 19 1936-37 80
Granite tomb cover with cross,   14 1926-27 268
Granite, Block, Cyclopaean shape 17 1932-33 203
Grant, Rev.Franceis Bazett, 31 1968-70 194
Granvill,   10 1918-19 92
Granvill, Family History of, 6 1910-11 22
Granvill, Family History of, 5 1908-09 145
Granvill, Leach Connection, 2 1902-03 58, 92,
Granville, Rev.Sub-Dean of Exeter, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 250
Gray's Inn, Members, 17 1932-33 266
Great Fulford, Notes on, 1 1900-01 1
Great Fulford, Shield of Arms at, 1 1900-01 4
Great Fulford,   26 1954-55 88
Great Gutton Farm, Wood carving at, 11 1920-21 81
Great Torrington, Borough Arms of, 23 1947-49 387
Great Torrington, Church Sounding Board, 7 1912-13 241
Great Torrington, Fresco Work, 2 1902-03 109
Great Torrington, Out Hurling, 12 1922-23 153
Great Torrington, Portrait of King George III 12 1922-23 8
Great Torrington, Sir Richard Whittington, And, 2 1902-03 150
Great Torrington, Vicissitudes of the ancient tower of the church, 21 1940-41 32
Great Torrington,   23 1947-49 367
Great Torrington,   19 1936-37 146, 256
Grecians, Nicknames, Exeter, 10 1918-19 90
Greenway, Family, 32 1971-73 24
Greenway, Family, 27 1956-58 245
Greenway, Family, 30 1965-67 59
Greenway, House, 30 1965-67 318
Greenway, John of Tiverton, 3 1904-05 56
Greenway, John of Tiverton, 2 1902-03 253
Greenwell Down, Lost tracks, 34 1978-81 27
Gregor, William, 26 1954-55 24
Grenville, Daughter of Sir Bevil, 18 1934-35 215
Grenville, Family, 34 1978-81 134, 254
Grenville, Family, 26 1954-55 15
Grenville, George, 27 1956-58 125
Grenville, Richard, 18 1934-35 277
Grenville, Sir Richard, 15 1928-29 245
Grenville, Theobald, 13 1924-25 186
Grey, Family, 21 1940-41 15, 217
Grey, Harry, 35 1982-86 180
Grey, John and Alice of Exeter, 21 1940-41 277, 323
Gribble, John, 13 1924-25 220
Griest mills, Ancient, 14 1926-27 349
Grigg, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Grigg, Family, 29 1962-64 29
Grills (Grylles), Family, 17 1932-33 227
Grills, Family, 26 1954-55 25, 62
Grimsley Powder mill,   35 1982-86 316
Grimspound, Etymology of, 10 1918-19 291
Groom,   23 1947-49 179
Grose, Samuel, M.D., 11 1920-21 49
Grosse, Family, 33 1974-77 28
Grouse, Dartmoor, 11 1920-21 38
Grouse, Dartmoor, On, 10 1918-19 305
Grove, Henry, 1684-1738, 4 1906-07 198
Grove, Henry, Vicar of Pinhoe, 1662, 5 1908-09 76
Grove, Robert, Earl of, 37 1992-96 319
Guard, Lt.General William, 18 1934-35 194
Guernsey, Charter in Exeter, 12 1922-23 243
Guide books, Church, 35 1982-86 161
Guild of Tinmen,   13 1924-25 187
Guild, Of Our Lady, Hatherleigh, 21 1940-41 71
Guilds,   15 1928-29 43
Gules 3 rests or,   26 1954-55 62
Gulls,   27 1956-58 88
Gumb, Daniel, 14 1926-27 79
Gundry, Family, 25 1952-53 125
Gundry, Hugh of Sidbury, 7 1912-13 106
Gurney, Sir Goldsworthy, 33 1974-77 135
Gurridge, Name for hand-barrow, 11 1920-21 218
Gwennap,   23 1947-49 400
Gwithian,   30 1965-67 25
Gyll, Richard, 10 1918-19 221
Gyndage-Rummage, Fowey at, 8 1914-15 8
H.C.H. (Bideford),   13 1924-25 297
H.E.I.C.S., Blundell's School and the, 21 1940-41 324
H.E.I.C.S.,   18 1934-35 307
Haccombe, Mohun Chronicle, 4 1906-07 17, 249,
Haccombe, Name derivation, 10 1918-19 91, 122
Haccombe,   15 1928-29 75
Haccombe,   14 1926-27 22
Haccombe,   12 1922-23 366-384
Haggard, Henry Rider, 35 1982-86 254
Hagioscope, Culmstock Church, At, 7 1912-13 49
Hagley, Family, 31 1968-70 155
Halberton,   32 1971-73 178, 214
Halberton, Col.John Were of Court Place, 4 1906-07 153
Halberton, Spicer's Charity, 33 1974-77 85
Halberton,   23 1947-49 395
Halberton,   21 1940-41 210
Halberton,   19 1936-37 178
Halberton,   17 1932-33 273, 315, 375
Haldon House, House, Court Rolls at, 10 1918-19 205
Haldon, House Library, 20 1938-39 84
Haldon,   27 1956-58 312
Haldon, Duel, 18 1934-35 72
Haldon,   15 1928-29 353
Haldon, Monk of, 11 1920-21 78
Halewell, John, 14 1926-27 32
Halfpence, Early copper at Bishopsteignton, 22 1942-46 214
Half-timber houses,   17 1932-33 42
Hall, Capt. And the 'Tigress' of Appledore, 22 1942-46 164
Hall, Capt. And the 'Tigress' of Appledore, 23 1947-49 364
Hall, Humphrey, of Manadon, d.1801, 3 1904-05 102
Hall, Nicholas, Treasurer Exeter Cathedral, 6 1910-11 195
Halletts, Joseph, The Mint Meeting, 4 1906-07 13
Halletts, Min Meeting, And The, 3 1904-05 254
Halley, Arms and Pedigree of, 4 1906-07 87, 194, 232,
Hallsands, Notes on, 2 1902-03 139
Hals, Family, 23 1947-49 51
Halse, Family, 31 1968-70 90
Halse, John, 31 1968-70 153, 191
Halsetown and Sir Henry Irving,   26 1954-55 212
Halwell, Church Seat, 4 1906-07 241
Halwell, Richard, 26 1954-55 110
Halwell, Church MS, 25 1952-53 120
Halwell, Sir John, 25 1952-53 195
Halwell,   15 1928-29 355
Halwill Manor and North Lew, Court Roll, 8 1914-15 123
Halwill,   33 1974-77 118
Halwyn manor (Cornwall),   13 1924-25 214
Halwyn,   33 1974-77 356
Hamblyn/Hamlyn, Family, 33 1974-77 182
Hamilton, Lady, 15 1928-29 2
Hamilton, William, 14 1926-27 6
Hamley, Family, 32 1971-73 59
Hamley, Family, 33 1974-77 356
Hamley,   19 1936-37 26, 265,
Hamlyn and Hambley, Origin of names, 7 1912-13 178
Hampshire,   29 1962-64 113, 227
Hampshire, Henry, Tobacco Merchant, inventory, 9 1916-17 151
Hampshire, Henry of Honiton, Inventory 1690, 2 1902-03 242
Hams, South and North, Origins, 1 1900-01 17
Hanger Farm, Cornwood, cross, 12 1922-23 31
Hangman, Public for Devon, 23 1947-49 79
Hanmer, Family, 27 1956-58 16, 212, 247
Hann, Family, 16 1930-31 11
Hann, Family, 15 1928-29 348
Hann, Isaac, 35 1982-86 312
Hann, Reverend, 37 1992-96 112
Hannaford, J., 23 1947-49 267
Hanning, William, 36 1987-91 336
Hanoverians and Jacobites, Tree planting, 10 1918-19 224
Hansford,   24 1950-51 92
Harberton, Inglebourn in, 6 1910-11 64
Harberton, Sepulchral slab with cross, 11 1920-21 113
Harbottle, E.H.,   34 1978-81 123
Harbours of Cornwall,   29 1962-64 270
Harbours, Axmouth, 32 1971-73 97
Harcourt, F.M. Earl William, 16 1930-31 5
Harcourt, Family, 15 1928-29 194, 349, 351
Harcourt, Family, 14 1926-27 264
Harcourt, Family, 13 1924-25 198, 255, 352
Harcourt, Field Marshal Earl, and Plymouth, 19 1936-37 37
Harcourt, Of Bradninch, 16 1930-31 12
Harcourt, Sir Robert, 16 1930-31 6
Harcourt, Surname, 25 1952-53 49
Harding, Collection, Availability of, 12 1922-23 7
Harding, Lt.Col.William, 19 1936-37 166
Hareston Manor, Brixton, 23 1947-49 363
Harford, church dedication, 14 1926-27 222, 267
Hargrave, John, portait artist, 10 1918-19 29
Harlyn,   29 1962-64 90
Harold's alias St.Nicholas' Fee or Manor,   12 1922-23 42, 43
Harold's Fee,   12 1922-23 75, 131, 212, 255,
Harpford,   29 1962-64 200
Harpford,   16 1930-31 159
Harriott, Thomas, 15 1928-29 37
Harris, Camborne, 16 1930-31 9
Harris, Christopher, 37 1992-96 82, 157
Harris, Family, 27 1956-58 245
Harris, G.T., Memoir of, 20 1938-39 241
Harris, John, 18 1934-35 319
Harris, Radford, 16 1930-31 338
Harris, Thomas, draft will, Ashburton, 11 1920-21 49
Harris, Wortham and Pickwell, Of, 7 1912-13 120, 178, 211, 256,
Harrs,   13 1924-25 296
Hart, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Harte, William, 17 1932-33  
Hartland, Church Armour, 12 1922-23 329
Hartland, Church sittings in , 1613, 11 1920-21 16, 112
Hartland, Epitaph, 13 1924-25 97
Hartland, Expression 'pandles', 11 1920-21 147
Hartland, Frederetta Romney, A Novel, 10 1918-19 168
Hartland, Heraldry of St.Nectan's Church, 23 1947-49 307
Hartland, Hercules Promontory, 2 1902-03 69
Hartland, Menhir, 16 1930-31 1
Hartland, Plant names, 16 1930-31 64
Hartland, Point and Hercules, 23 1947-49 314
Hartland, Point, 24 1950-51 20
Hartland, Quay, 23 1947-49 262
Hartland, St. Clare's Well, 12 1922-23 314
Hartland, St.Catherine's Chapel, 23 1947-49 181, 270
Hartland, St.Leonard's Chapel, 16 1930-31 31
Hartland,   15 1928-29 17, 49, 105, 126, 241
Hartland,   31 1968-70 140
Hartland,   14 1926-27 10, 172, 328, 368
Harton 'Tomb' or 'Tomb Stone',   13 1924-25 26
Hart-Smith, C.L., In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 193
Harvard, College, Benefactor to, 19 1936-37 181
Harvest customs (Devon),   13 1924-25 314
Harvest Flower,   24 1950-51 95
Harvey, Family of Columb John, 8 1914-15 27, 190,
Harvy, George,   14 22  
Harward, Family and Hayne House, 30 1965-67 270
Harwood or Harewood, Arms of, 3 1904-05 157
Hastings, de, Joanna, 20 1938-39 318
Hastings, Warren, Connection with Topsham, 10 1918-19 292
Hasworthy,   14 1926-27 224
Hat wearing on Sundays,   11 1920-21 39
Hatchments, Wolford Chapel, 21 1940-41 79
Hatherleigh, Meeting House, 6 1910-11 48, 128,
Hatherleigh, Meting House, 5 1908-09 147
Hatherleigh, Old Custom, 10 1918-19 316
Hatherleigh, Pamphlet, 13 1924-25 173
Hatherleigh, Rev.G.Lisant, 6 1910-11 64
Hatherleigh, Rev.George Lissant, 5 1908-09 147
Hatherleigh, Short's MS history of, 22 1942-46 281, 332
Hatherleigh, Short's MS History, 13 1924-25 289, 293, 383
Hatherleigh, St.Christopher, 13 1924-25 289, 293
Hatherleigh,   21 1940-41 71
Hat-pegs, In Churches, 11 1920-21 38
Hat-pegs, In Churches, 10 1918-19 307
Haunted, Bodies, 27 1956-58 19
Haunted, Churchyards, 27 1956-58 85
Haunted, Heads, 27 1956-58 19
Hawker, "Passon", 29 1962-64 238
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 33 1974-77 327
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 34 1978-81 13, 104, 161, 188
Hawker, Robert Stephen, 22 1942-46 97
Hawker, Rev.R.S., of Morwenstow, 6 1910-11 89
Hawkeridge, William, 14 1926-27 154, 201
Hawkin, John, Barnstaple Inventory of 14th century, 3 1904-05 86
Hawkins, Edward, Mayor of Saltash, 30 1965-67 276
Hawkins, Lady, 14 1926-27 118
Hawks and Hawking, Falconry generally, 5 1908-09 224-242
Hawley's Hall,   15 1928-29 343
Haydon, Benjamin Robert, Painter, 1 1900-01 49
Haydon, Family, 24 1950-51 191
Haydon, Family, 22 1942-46 280, 331
Haydon, Family, 2 1902-03 91
Haydon, G.H., 14 1926-27 19
Haydon, G.H., 13 1924-25 348
Haydon, Picture by, 16 1930-31 71, 113
Haydon, Woodbury and Ottery St.Mary, Descent of, 1 1900-01 225
Hayes Barton,   15 1928-29 113, 174
Hayes Prebend,   12 1922-23 246
Hayes, John, 28 1959-61 329
Hayes, John, 30 1965-67 23
Hayes, John, 31 1968-70 194
Hayman, Family, 9 1916-17 96, 119
Hayman, Samuel, 26 1954-55 116
Hayne House and the Harward Family,   30 1965-67 270
Hayne House,   31 1968-70 190
Haytor, Granite quarries, 32 1971-73 13
Hayward, Rowland, 13 1924-25 197
Heads, haunted, 27 1956-58 19
Headstone cutter's account book,   29 1962-64 247
Headstones,   10 1918-19 125
Headstones, Crediton , 1830 10 1918-19 270
Headstones, Early in Devon, 8 1914-15 59
Health Service, Early Devon, 23 1947-49 137
Health Service, Harpford, 29 1962-64 200
Heanton Punchardon, Burning of the church, 11 1920-21 197
Heanton Punchardon, Church Band, 10 1918-19 47
Heanton Punchardon, Fire at c.1285 11 1920-21 97
Hearder, Surname, 29 1962-64 263
Hearst, Mary, 27 1956-58 85
Hearth Tax Returns,   24 1950-51 211
Hearth-money,   20 1938-39 94
Heart's Delight, Place-name, 12 1922-23 201
Heathfield, Lord, 36 1987-91 336
Heavitree, Breweries, 34 1978-81 211
Heavitree, Church Orders, 1586, 1 1900-01 59
Heavitree, Church tower, 34 1978-81 123
Heavitree, Church, Exeter, Painted Panels in, 6 1910-11 133
Heavitree, Derivation of name, 9 1916-17 127, 153, 180, 182
Heavitree,   29 1962-64 91
Heavitree,   31 1968-70 250
Heavitree,   32 1971-73 282
Heavitree,   15 1928-29 328
Heberden, Thomas, 16 1930-31 272
Hedgebank in Devon,   36 1987-91 301
Hele, Babcombe, 12 1922-23 297
Hele, Family, 26 1954-55 62
Hele, Family, 25 1952-53 223
Hele, Family, 12 1922-23 296
Hele, Family, 7 1912-13 21, 62, 63,
Hele, Sneed Park House, 6 1910-11 223
Helford,   15 1928-29 164
Helland, Church, Patron Saint of, 23 1947-49 342
Hellions Barton,   20 1938-39 215
Helston, MS History, Francis James, 8 1914-15 158
Helston, Riot at 1791, 10 1918-19 315
Hembury, Devon, 37 1992-96 303
Hembury, Fort, 17 1932-33 43, 146, 112
Hemerdon, Plympton, Court Rolls of the Manor of, 3 1904-05 108
Hemerdon, Manor, 27 1956-58 298
Hemp growing at Combe Martin,   36 1987-91 110
Hempstone, John (Will), 18 1934-35 32
Hempstone, Little, 13 1924-25 292
Hems, Harry, 33 1974-77 290
Hemyock,   29 1962-64 253
Hemyock,   34 1978-81 36
Hemyock,   23 1947-49 47
Hemyock, Castle, 15 1928-29 182, 206, 253
Hemyock, Fire, 1693, Sessions Rolls, 9 1916-17 156
Henbery, Family, 15 1928-29 91
Hennock,   29 1962-64 61
Hennock,   24 1950-51 14
Henry III, Visit to Devon, 20 1938-39 74
Henry VI,   17 1932-33 251, 291
Henry VII, King, Badges of, 7 1912-13 57
Hentor Warren, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 97
Henwood Darley, Dingle family, 34 1978-81 82
Heppastebe, Manor of, 36 1987-91 217
Heraldic Glass, Exeter Cathedral, 7 1912-13 174
Heraldic Glass, Slapton Church, 7 1912-13 46
Heraldic Glass, Slapton Church, 6 1910-11 149, 187, 253,
Heraldry, Alwington Church, 20 1938-39 324
Heraldry, Exeter Cathedral East Window, 7 1912-13 283
Heraldry, Weare Giffard Hall, 20 1938-39 273
Heraldry,   32 1971-73 53
Heraldry,   23 1947-49 307
Herb-lore, Oil of Exeter, 14 1926-27 109
Herbs, Usage in Devon, 2 1902-03 72
Hercules and Hartland Point,   24 1950-51 20
Hercules Promontory, Hartland Point, 2 1902-03 69
Heresy,   33 1974-77 68
Heriot,   27 1956-58 45
Herle, Nicholas, 13 1924-25 54
Herle, Sir John, 21 1940-41 114
Hermit, Vow of, 1450, 10 1918-19 83
Hern, Family, 30 1965-67 60
Hern, Sir Nathaniel and 'Diwimys Conduit, 10 1918-19 121
Hern, Sir Nathaniel, 1674, 9 1916-17 159, 179
Herrick, Robert, poet, 17 1932-33 280
Hersi, Married Before the,, 10 1918-19 86
Hessenford,   13 1924-25 344
Hetesministre, Location of, 7 1912-13 285
Hew, Allusion to in poem on William of Orange, 2 1902-03 66
Hewett, MS memoirs, 16 1930-31 6
Hewitt, Sarah, 23 1947-49 31
Hewitt, Sarah, 22 1942-46 300
Hext and Pollard, Families, 12 1922-23 343
Hext, Family, 24 1950-51 226
Hexte, John of Breuston, 22 1942-46 70, 101
Hexte, John, 21 1940-41 315
Hexter, W. Artist, 16 1930-31 51
Hexworthy,   18 1934-35 251
Heydon, Family, 35 1982-86 86
Hicks and Hearsey, Admiral Thomas, 5 1908-09 177, 216
Hicks and Hearsey, Hicks family, 6 1910-11 95
Hicks, Mr. R.H., In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Hide and Seek,   23 1947-49 323
Hidon, Arms, 12 1922-23 111, 168, 215, 258, 259
Hidon, Arms, 13 1924-25 16, 60
Higglers,   24 1950-51 95, 131, 157
High Bickington,   15 1928-29 7
High Bickington, Font, 2 1902-03 145
High Bray,   17 1932-33 315
High Jail,   23 1947-49 180, 270, 298, 325
High Rent,   25 1952-53 25, 54
High Rent,   24 1950-51 226
Highwayman, Tom Faggus, 8 1914-15 26, 38,
Highweek,   15 1928-29 124
Higman, Family, 24 1950-51 174
Hill and Nosworthy, Pedigree, 4 1906-07 51
Hill, Family and Pedigress, 15 1928-29 220, 254, 367
Hill, Family, 24 1950-51 190
Hill, Family, 18 1934-35 278
Hill, Isaac, 14 1926-27 380
Hill, John, 14 1926-27 369
Hill, Richard, of Moreton, b.c.1600, 4 1906-07 49, 145,
Hill, Sampson, 14 1926-27 369
Hill, Thomas, 13 1924-25 220
Hille or Rull, Alternative names, 11 1920-21 295
Hiller(s)don, Manor of, Cullompton, 6 1910-11 22
Hillerdon, East, Location of, 5 1908-09 279
Hillersdon, Family, 24 1950-51 79
Hilliard, Nicholas, Miniaturist, 3 1904-05 125
Hillman, Thomas of Coleraine 6 1910-11 167
Hine, J., schoolmaster and poet, 11 1920-21 149, 202,
Hingeston-Randolph, Rev.Preb., In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 158, 164,
Hinkypunk,   15 1928-29 58, 109, 110, 158
Hippisley, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Historic Houses, Marking thereof, 12 1922-23 51
Hoaroak Tree,   29 1962-64 235, 269
Hobby Horse, Padstow, 12 1922-23 145, 216
Hobby Horses,   23 1947-49 156
Hocford,   18 1934-35 373
Hockmore, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Hocktide, Festival of, 9 1916-17 218
Hodder, George, 13 1924-25 276
Hodges, Mr., of Exeter, japanner, 22 1942-46 259
Holbeame and Vigors, Families, 6 1910-11 167
Holberton or Holbeton, Family, Place-name, Newton Ferrers, B503 2 1902-03 88
Holcombe Burnell, Church, 9 1916-17 183, 216
Holcombe Burnell,   17 1932-33 269
Holcombe Court,   30 1965-67 136
Holcombe Rogus, Dog-whippers, 9 1916-17 158, 175, 178, 203
Holcombe,   22 1942-46 280
Holdsworth, Arthur, 14 1926-27 369
Holdsworth, Family, 28 1959-61 187, 236
Holed Stone, Sancreed, 27 1956-58 45
Holeway, Family, 22 1942-46 155
Hollacombe, Parish Registers, 12 1922-23 157
Holland, Family of Weare, 31 1968-70 26
Hollands, Of Bowhill, 18 1934-35 300
Holloway, Thomas, d.1883 12 1922-23 199, 268
Holman, Family of Topsham, 1 1900-01 135
Holman, Francis, Marine Painter, 4 1906-07 118
Holmes, Family, Pedigree of, 5 1908-09 255
Holne Manor, Court of Requests, 15th century, 6 1910-11 118
Holne,   15 1928-29 19
Holne,   14 1926-27 22
Holne, Vicars of, 7 1912-13 140
Holsworthy, Anvil Corner, 23 1947-49 266
Holsworthy, Church, Skeleton in wall of, 12 1922-23 109
Holsworthy, Markets and Fairs, 7 1912-13 32
Holsworthy, St.Jame's chapel, 14 1926-27 297
Holwell, Family, 26 1954-55 8, 52, 72, 208
Holwell, John Z. d.c.1820 Cullompton, Calcutta, 6 1910-11 189
Holwell, John, 27 1956-58 42
Holy Well,   15 1928-29 209
Holywell or Holwyll, Dartmouth, chapel at, 12 1922-23 186
Homage Indentures,   22 1942-46 138
Home Missionary in Devonshire, Journal of, 7 1912-13 184
Honeychurch, Notes on Church etc., 2 1902-03 209
Honeychurch, Poor Law Administration, 18th Century, 1 1900-01 54
Honeychurch, Rectors of, 3 1904-05 27, 30,
Honiton Clist, Yarde Heraldry, 7 1912-13 97, 206
Honiton, Allhallows chapel, 25 1952-53 222
Honiton, Blagdon memorials, 10 1918-19 19-22
Honiton, Borough Seal, 2 1902-03 153
Honiton, Church, Inscription of 1694 lost in Fire of 1911, 9 1916-17 253
Honiton, Chapel, South Molton, 16 1930-31 225
Honiton, Church building in 18th century, 36 1987-91 68
Honiton, Church Seating in 1755, 11 1920-21 270-275, 305
Honiton, Ducking-stool, 20 1938-39 32
Honiton, Fire at St.Michael's Church, 6 1910-11 193
Honiton, Fire of 1911 8 1914-15 127
Honiton, Henry hampshire, Inventory of Goods, 1690, 2 1902-03 242
Honiton, History of, 6 1910-11 156
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 80
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 159
Honiton, Lace bobbins, 11 1920-21 205
Honiton, Lace-making, Book published 1880, 9 1916-17 128, 249,
Honiton, Marwood House, 37 1992-96 72
Honiton, Monumnent in church to Capt. Westcott, 2 1902-03 24
Honiton, Registers, 11 1920-21 142
Honiton, Shepherd or Watton Court, 11 1920-21 315
Honiton, Skeleton, newspaper of 1882 11 1920-21 152
Honiton, Tradition of Rebellion, 11 1920-21 32
Honiton,   29 1962-64 220, 224, 257
Honiton,   30 1965-67 13, 28
Honiton,   31 1968-70 14, 34, 173
Honiton,   32 1971-73 48, 71, 110, 129, 185
Honiton,   19 1936-37 29, 319, 322
Honiton,   15 1928-29 283, 373
Honiton,   14 1926-27 23
Honiton,   13 1924-25 199
Honiwell's Diary,   17 1932-33 272
Honiwell's diary,   16 1930-31 243
Hooker, Discourse of Devonshire, Account of, 1 1900-01 184
Hooker, John, 33 1974-77 273, 317
Hooker, John, Ancestors of, 19 1936-37 222, 279, 328
Hooker, John, 'Description of Exeter', 34 1978-81 229, 264
Hooker, Plan of 1587, 17 1932-33 37
Hooper, Family, 21 1940-41 326
Hooper, James, 26 1954-55 90
Hooper, James, 21 1940-41 210
Hoper, Origin of name, 26 1954-55 18, 64, 118
Hoper, Surname or occupation, 26 1954-55 92
Hoper, Surname or Occupation ? 21 1940-41 128, 180, 212
Hoppy Rudda   23 1947-49 315
Hopton, Sir Ralph, 37 1992-96 239
Horae Solitarlae, Author of, 10 1918-19 311
Hore Stone,   15 1928-29 154
Horn-blowing on May Day,   12 1922-23 113
Horneck, Family, 33 1974-77 79
Horned Sparables, Swimbridge, 12 1922-23 345
Horrabridge, Phoenis corn mills, 24 1950-51 19
Horse Dealers' lore,   34 1978-81 38
Horton,   26 1954-55 155
Horton,   14 1926-27 291, 357
Hospital, Naval, Goodrington, 13 1924-25 115
Hospital, St.John, Bridgwater, 9 1916-17 64
Hospital, St.John's, Exeter, 29 1962-64 211
Hospitaller's, Property of, 14 1926-27 13, 350
Hospitaller's, Property of, 13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Hotel, Edwin Ashton, 32 1971-73 24, 155
Houndbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Hour Glasses, References to, 3 1904-05 30
Hour-glasses in church, Clovelly, 12 1922-23 85
Hour-glasses in church, Hartland, 12 1922-23 141
Hour-glasses in church, Pilton and Tawstock, 12 1922-23 139
Household Goods, Plymouth, 17th Century, 30 1965-67 132
Houses, Exeter, 30 1965-67 255
How, John (Honiton), 13 1924-25 199
Howard, Family, 30 1965-67 136
Howard, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Howe, John (Torrington), 13 1924-25 130, 169
Hoyles, Family, 15 1928-29 351
Hoyte, J.C., 13 1924-25 154
Huband, William, 20 1938-39 29
Hudscott Cross,   20 1938-39 83
Hudscott,   25 1952-53 26
Hudson, Birthplace of Thomas, 18 1934-35 35
Hudson, Portrait by, 20 1938-39 77
Hudson, Thomas and Sir Joshua Reynolds, 7 1912-13 277
Hudson, Thomas, Portraits by, 8 1914-15 29, 128,
Hudson, W.H., 13 1924-25 302
Hugo, Clan Papers IV, 25 1952-53 203
Hugo, Family, 24 1950-51 49, 99, 186, 209, 231
Huguenots, Devon, 25 1952-53 106
Huguenots, Manufacturers in Devon, 13 1924-25 24, 164
Huguenots, Manufacturers in Devon, 12 1922-23 198, 268
Huguenots, Refugee, 16 1930-31 364
Huguenots, See French Protestant Congregations, 35 1982-86  
Huguenots,   23 1947-49 30
Huguenots,   22 1942-46 368
Hulham,   22 1942-46 146
Hull, Sir William, Quay, 35 1982-86 41
Humphry, Family of Honiton, 10 1918-19 56
Humphry, Ozias, A.R.A., F.S.A., 11 1920-21 116
Hundred Court, Hemyock, 29 1962-64 253
Hundred, of Winkleigh, 21 1940-41 86
Hundred, of Witheridge, 21 1940-41 132
Hundreds, Boundaries of Ancient, 11 1920-21 256
Hundreds, Cornish, 30 1965-67 36
Hundreds, Cornish, 12 1922-23 357
Hundreds, Cornish, 18 1934-35 177
Hundreds, Cornish, 12 1922-23 325
Hundreds, In the Exeter Manumission, 20 1938-39 388
Hundredweight, Westcountry, 24 1950-51 96
Hunt, Family of 9 1916-17 21, 158
Hunt, William, 27 1956-58 153
Hunte, William, 14 1926-27 24
Hurdle, E.H., 13 1924-25 31
Hurling, Cornwall, in, 11 1920-21 4
Hurst, Family, 27 1956-58 317
Husbandry in Devonshire,   23 1947-49 52
Husenbeth, V.Rev.Provost F.C., d.1872, Cornish marriage,, 6 1910-11 222
Hussars, Royal North Devon, Formation of 1803, 1 1900-01 76
Hussey, Colonel, of Halberton ?, 30 1965-67 22
Hut Circle Sites,   24 1950-51 14
Hut Circles, Merrivale, 22 1942-46 97
Hutchins, Humphrie, 17 1932-33 373
Huxham, John, 14 1926-27 109
Huxham, Paper mill, 15 1928-29 153
Huxley, Professor and 'A Devonshire Man', 3 1904-05 176
Huxtable, Family of Swincombe, 30 1965-67 105
Hymnology of Devon,   24 1950-51 214
I.P.M. Extracts, 16th Century, 29 1962-64 298
Ice-houses,   33 1974-77 91
Iddesleigh,   29 1962-64 23
Iddesleigh,   33 1974-77 216
Iddesleigh,   15 1928-29 80
Ide,   17 1932-33 161
Ideford, Rectors of, 25 1952-53 191
Ilbert, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Ilbert, Domesday mention of, 10 1918-19 305
Ilfracombe, Alfred's Combe ?, 8 1914-15 235, 236
Ilfracombe, In 1884, 29 1962-64 180
Ilfracombe, Parish Registers in 1602, 7 1912-13 63, 107,
Ilfracombe,   21 1940-41 18
Ilfracombe,   15 1928-29 37, 128, 139, 165
Illegitimacy, Ilsington, 31 1968-70 220
Ilsington,   23 1947-49 345
Ilsington, Accident in 1639 11 1920-21 275
Ilsington, Brickmaking, 31 1968-70 185
Ilsington, Charities, 31 1968-70 184
Ilsington, Church bells, 31 1968-70 218
Ilsington, Clog making, 31 1968-70 186
Ilsington, Fauna, 31 1968-70 115
Ilsington, Field names, 31 1968-70 117
Ilsington, Illegitimacy, 31 1968-70 220
Ilsington, Ledger Stone, 33 1974-77 22
Ilsington, Middlecott, 37 1992-96 220, 252, 283
Ilsington, Poor House, in 1815, 30 1965-67 195
Ilsington, Village history, 31 1968-70 183
Ilsington,   34 1978-81 201, 240
Ilsington,   24 1950-51 28, 70, 103
Ince, Castle, Early history of, 36 1987-91 169, 196, 239, 292, 331, 370
Ince, Henry, 20 1938-39 269
Incumbents, Devon and Cornwall, 9 1916-17 160, 224,
Incumbents, Parish, 7 1912-13 247
Indentures and Bonds,   25 1952-53 108
India, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
Inglebourn, Harberton, In, 6 1910-11 64
Inkpen, Family, 11 1920-21 96, 165
Inn Signs, Anchor and Bodices, 10 1918-19 224
Inn Signs, Black Dog, 11 1920-21 97
Inn Signs, Change of name, at Northleigh, 30 1965-67 257
Inn Signs, Devonshire, 2 1902-03 83
Inn Signs, Hatchet and Compass, Ottery St.Mary, 10 1918-19 298
Inn Signs, King of Prussia, 11 1920-21 93, 143
Inns and taverns, Honiton, 31 1968-70 14, 34
Inquisition P.M., Bydwell, Denise, 13 1924-25 107
Inquisition P.M., Bydwell, Richard, 13 1924-25 107
Inquisition P.M., Carmenow, Margaret, 13 1924-25 42
Inquisition P.M., Devon, 3 1904-05 63
Inquisition P.M.,   22 1942-46 334
Inscribed stone, Mawgan-in-Meneage, 28 1959-61 281
Inscriptions, Devon Churches, In, 4 1906-07 23
Institutions, By Chapter of Canterbury 14 1926-27 21
Instow,   23 1947-49 219
Interments, Devon Antiquaries and Scientists, Of, 7 1912-13 48
Invasion Scare, 1383 12 1922-23 86
Invective,   33 1974-77 49, 90
Inventories,   13 1924-25 75, 220
Inventories, Devon, 30 1965-67 288
Inventories,   31 1968-70 182
Inventories,   32 1971-73 15, 79
Inventory, 0f 1607, 17 1932-33 362
Inventory, Bedford House, 17 1932-33 17
Inventory, Edward Gould of 27 1956-58 59
Inwardleigh,   30 1965-67 240
Ipplepen, Charter, 17 1932-33 57
Ipplepen, Arms of Bishop Lacy on Font, 3 1904-05 89
Ipplepen, Silver Chalice in Church, 9 1916-17 63
Ireland, Cromwellian settlement of, 23 1947-49 144
Ireland, Roger, 14 1926-27 23
Irish saints and their 'lechs',   15 1928-29 101, 159
Iron, Mines, 33 1974-77 180
Iron, Puts in East Devon, 16 1930-31 39
Iron, Smelting site, 32 1971-73 215
Iron, Smelting, 34 1978-81 36
Irving, Sir Henry and Cornwall, 26 1954-55 212
Isabella, Queen, 15 1928-29 244
Isacke, Monument at Widworthy, 19 1936-37 216
Isacke, Nicholas, Mayor of Exeter, 1661 9 1916-17 7
Isbell Cottage, Trewint, 30 1965-67 240
Itineraries,   9 1916-17 60
Itton, Manor of, 2 1902-03 61
Ivybridge, Highland House, 25 1952-53 48
Ivybridge, Princetown, A New Road, 7 1912-13 274
Jack-a-Lantern,   12 1922-23 204, 206
Jack-a-Lantern,   11 1920-21 86, 163
Jackeson, John, 14 1926-27 23
Jack's House and Johnny Cope's House,   15 1928-29 291, 370
Jack's House,   16 1930-31 10
Jackson, Family, 13 1924-25 325
Jackson, William, 37 1992-96 90
Jackson, William, 27 1956-58 7, 24
Jackson, William, 26 1954-55 221, 239
Jackson, William, 19 1936-37 206
Jacob or James, Appearance of the names, 10 1918-19 114
Jacob or James,   10 1918-19 160, 161
Jacobites and Hanoverians, Tree planting, 10 1918-19 224
Jago, Family, 15 1928-29 301
Jago, Family, 13 1924-25 158
Jago, Walter, 14 1926-27 369
James II,   15 1928-29 95
James or Jacob,   10 1918-19 160
James, Admiral Bartholomew, Letter of 1799, 3 1904-05 174, 238,
James, Martin, 14 1926-27 23
JAP, Silversmith, identity of, 37 1992-96 313
Jay's Grave, North Bovey, 1 1900-01 251,
Jefferies, Anne, 13 1924-25 312
Jellard, Family, 14 1926-27 65
Jellard, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Jellett or Gillett, Jonathan,Plymouth Emigrant 1630, 1 1900-01 255
Jenking, Family, 31 1968-70 192, 251
Jermingham, Chevalier, 15 1928-29 6
Jerrard, Family, 11 1920-21 251, 305
Jersey, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
Jessop, William, 22 1942-46 267
Jesus Day Sermons,   5 1908-09 93
Jewell, John, 15 1928-29 351
Jews, In Devon, 14 1926-27 59
Jillett, Jonathan, Gillette family, 2 1902-03 62
Joce, Family, 27 1956-58 236
Joel the Knight, Canons of Plympton, And the, 3 1904-05 107
Johns, Major Richard, 34 1978-81 210
Johnson alias Bolt,   13 1924-25 53, 110
Johnson, John, architect and surveyor, 33 1974-77 312
Jones, Christopher, Woolcomber and Poet, 1 1900-01 69, 109
Jones, Rev. John Pike, Antiquary b.1790, 3 1904-05 193
Jones, Rev.John Pike, 'Botanical Tour', 1820, 4 1906-07 91
Journals of Dr. Jonathan Couch,   34 1978-81 341
Jower Netherton, Location of, Combe-in-Teignhead, 1 1900-01 79, 107,
Joyce, Of Up-Ottery, 16 1930-31 103
Jubilee, D & C N & Q 24 1950-51 1
Judhel, Exeter House of, 12 1922-23 78
Jury, The Cornish, 24 1950-51 226
Justices of the Peace,   32 1971-73 83
Justment, Use of word in documents, 11 1920-21 76
Karslake, Family, 17 1932-33 128
Karslake,   16 1930-31 316
Keats, John, Ancestry of, 8 1914-15 76
Keats, John, 13 1924-25 300
Keats, John, Ancestry of, 7 1912-13 79
Keble,   18 1934-35 159
Keigwin, John, of Mousehole, 1641-1716, 30 1965-67 247
Kekewich, Claim against by John Ivie, 1800 2 1902-03 171
Kekewich, Col. Robert, 31 1968-70 194, 251
Kekewich, Col. Robert, 34 1978-81 299
Kekewich, Major-General Robert G., In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 137
Kelleway, Monument at Branscombe, 4 1906-07 99
Kelliwic,   27 1956-58 225
Kellock, Thomas Creaser, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 160
Kellond, Family, 28 1959-61 221, 266
Kelloway, Identification, 37 1992-96 271
Kellways and de Esse families,   7 1912-13 139
Kelly, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Kelly, Green Chapel, St.Tudy, 32 1971-73 7
Kelly, Jane, 14 1926-27 302
Kelly, William, 14 1926-27 326
Kelway, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Kemp, Charles, 15 1928-29 307
Kemp, John, 14 1926-27 32
Kempenfelt, Richard, 37 1992-96 244
Kempthorne, Family, 13 1924-25 3
Kempthorne, Admiral Sir John, 29 1962-64 21
Kendall, Sir John, 24 1950-51 60
Kenn Deanery, Notes on Churches of, 9 1916-17 217
Kenn Deanery, Notes on Churches of, 8 1914-15 3
Kenn,   29 1962-64 91
Kenn, Churches in Deanery of, 8 1914-15 141, 222,
Kenn, Churches in Deanery of, 7 1912-13 100, 101, 123, 124,
Kennall, John, 14 1926-27 23
Kennedon farm, Sherford, 16 1930-31 337
Kennicott, Commander Gilbert, 8 1914-15 208
Kennicott, Commander, 9 1916-17 16
Kennicott, Family, 13 1924-25 152
Kent, Revd., family, 12 1922-23 159
Kent, Thomas, 14 1926-27 24
Kentisbeare, Church, 17 1932-33 366
Kentisbeare, Church, 14 1926-27 13
Kentisbeare, Church, Cleeve Memorial, 36 1987-91 37
Kentisbeare, History of, 18 1934-35 234
Kentisbeare, School, 18 1934-35 216
Kentisbeare,   15 1928-29 201
Kenton, Annexation to Salisbury, 12 1922-23 57
Kenton, Manor, 15 1928-29 244
Kenton, Oxton House, 3 1904-05 16, 55, 93,
Keppel, Frederick, bishop of Exeter, 34 1978-81 45
Kerkeet, Arms, 13 1924-25 157
Kerslake ?, or Carslake ?, Tiverton, 22 1942-46 180
Kerswell (Carswell), Cell of Montacute, 20 1938-39 110
Kerswell, Family, 20 1938-39 77
Keyes, Roger, 17 1932-33 292
Keyworth, Family, 13 1924-25 254
Kidley, William, 6 1910-11 117
Kilkhampton, Castle, 23 1947-49 297
Kilkhampton,   24 1950-51 33
Kilkhampton,   13 1924-25 186
Killegrew, Catherine, d.1584, 5 1908-09 224
Killigrew, Charlotte Hessen, 12 1922-23 9, 72
Killigrew, Family in 16th century, 4 1906-07 126
Killigrew, Sir Henry, 30 1965-67 207
Kilmington, Church, 18 1934-35 228
Kilmington, Church, 17 1932-33 111
Kilmington, Old Yew, 19 1936-37 74
Kilmington,   28 1959-61 53
Kilworthy, Coats of arms at, 13 1924-25 316
King, Family, 8 1914-15 159
King, Alfred and Devonshire, 2 1902-03 4, 114, 147, 178,
King, Athelstan, 23 1947-49 337
King, Henry VII, Badges of, 7 1912-13 57, 103, 104, 105,
King, John, Artist, 6 1910-11 103, 149,
King, Mock At Lostwithiel, 13 1924-25 35
King, Of Prussia, Public house sign, 14 1926-27 211, 266, 315
King, Of Prussia, Public house sign, 11 1920-21 93, 143
King, Philip, 23 1947-49 385
King, R.J., family of, 16 1930-31 338
King, Richard John, M.A., In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 160, 222
Kingdon, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Kingdon, Manor, 15 1928-29 245, 297
Kingkerswell, Granite Crosses at, 10 1918-19 252
Kingkerswell, Name Derivation, 1 1900-01 47, 70, 71,
King's Evil,   14 1926-27 378
King's Nympton, Church, 17 1932-33 169
Kingsand,   31 1968-70 121
Kingsbridge, Birthplace of John Cranch, Artist, 1791, 1 1900-01 193
Kingsbridge, Parish Register, 'Crowned', 9 1916-17 159, 191, 224,
Kingsbridge, Records Preserved in Church, 5 1908-09 94-118,
Kingsbridge, Sigdure Lane, 9 1916-17 144
Kingsbridge, W.Wyte, Bellfounder, 1566, 4 1906-07 200
Kingsbridge,   33 1974-77 355
Kingsbridge,   15 1928-29 373
Kingskerswell, Church, Heraldry in, 8 1914-15 57, 83,
Kingskerswell,   20 1938-39 77
Kingskerswell, Granite Crosses at, 10 1918-19 209
Kingsland, South Molton, 15 1928-29 292
Kingsland, South Molton, 3 1904-05 53, 92, 104, 157, 201,
Kingsley, Charles, Westward Ho!, 30 1965-67 58, 173
Kingsley, Charles, 33 1974-77 136
Kingsley, Charles, 17 1932-33 219
Kingsteignton, Church, Oak Panel, 9 1916-17 144
Kingsteignton, Proctor's Money, 17th century, 6 1910-11 55
Kingsteignton, Register, Bampfield and Clifford, 1684, 2 1902-03 234
Kingsteignton,   29 1962-64 177
Kingsteignton,   13 1924-25 185
Kingston, In Staverton, 19 1936-37 156
Kingston, J.F., Flora Devoniensis 1829, 10 1918-19 117, 182
Kingswear, Castle stables, 36 1987-91 70
Kingswear,   20 1938-39 73
Kingswear,   17 1932-33 186, 234
Kingswear,   13 1924-25 309
Kingswear, Grant of Manor to Thomas Gale, 10 1918-19 249
Kingswear, Kittery, 9 1916-17 48
Kingsweare,   15 1928-29 77
Kinsey,   17 1932-33 321
Kirkham and Westofer, Families, 9 1916-17 96
Kirkham, Family, 17 1932-33 106
Kirkham, Family of Feniton, 7 1912-13 257
Kisterbridge,   10 1918-19 153, 198, 299
Kistimerbridge,   10 1918-19 153, 198, 299
Kistvaens,   16 1930-31 40, 115
Kitchen Utensil, Unusual, Use of ?, 7 1912-13 281
Kitson, Family, 33 1974-77 3, 73, 120, 159
Kittery,   17 1932-33 185, 234
Kittery, Kingswear, 9 1916-17 48
Kitto, John D.D. and His Ancestry, 3 1904-05 183
Kitto, John, 26 1954-55 176
Knapman, Family, Arms of, 2 1902-03 73, 106, 152,
Knapman, Shield of Arms, Drewsteignton, 3 1904-05 233
Knave's Ash, place-name, 12 1922-23 155, 216
Knightley, Arms, 13 1924-25 320
Knight's Fee,   24 1950-51 73
Knights Hospitallers,   21 1940-41 315, 357, 358
Knights Hospitallers,   13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Knight's Hospitallers,   14 1926-27 13, 350
Knights of the Bath,   30 1965-67 22
Knights of the Royal Oak, Investment of Charles II, 6 1910-11 89, 104,
Knights of the Shire, 1818, 12 1922-23 155
Knights, Hospitallers, 22 1942-46 35
Knights, Of the Garter (Devon), 20 1938-39 309, 392
Knights, Of the Royal Oak, 18 1934-35 316
Knightstone, In Ottery St.Mary, 20 1938-39 313, 379, 381
Knowles, G.T., 17 1932-33 227
Knowles, John, 34 1978-81 253
Knowstone and Molland, Double Names, 4 1906-07 77
Knowstone and Molland, United Benefice, 2 1902-03 97, 105, 130, 167,
Knowstone, Registers, 16 1930-31 34
Knowstone,   15 1928-29 30, 221, 257
Knowstone,   14 1926-27 98, 162
Kruscomb, Trevilian of, Location, 4 1906-07 82
Kyrie, Northam, 14th century, 24 1950-51 64
Kyrie, 14th century, 23 1947-49 21
Labour in Vain,   18 1934-35 131, 233
Lace Bobbins, Honiton, 11 1920-21 80
Lace Industry, Devon, 25 1952-53 106
Lacemakers' songs,   36 1987-91 255
Lackington, James, Tokens of, 8 1914-15 189
Lacy, Bishop, Memorials of, 3 1904-05 113, 119, 153,
Lacy, Edmund, 27 1956-58 27
Lacy, Edmund, bishop, 29 1962-64 272
Lady Drake's Tree,   14 1926-27 106
Lady Silvester's Tour,   31 1968-70 22, 60, 150, 203
Lafayette at Tavistock,   14 1926-27 292
Laforgue, Leah Lee, 32 1971-73 193
Lambe, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Lambeth Palace Library, Devon, And, 4 1906-07 192
Lamelion,   20 1938-39 297
Lamelion,   19 1936-37 292
Lamerton,   14 1926-27 23
Lammana, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 281
Lammana, Near Looe, 19 1936-37 145
Lammas Assize, Devon 1809, Jurors, 2 1902-03 213
Lamp, Ancient, found at Barnstaple 1877, 4 1906-07 97
Lamprey, Family, 12 1922-23 55
Lancaster, Registers, Devon entries in, 16 1930-31 376
Lancelles, Richard de, 17 1932-33 270, 329
Land measure, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 254, 317, 327
Land Tenure, Ottery St.Mary, 30 1965-67 168
Land, Measurements, 18 1934-35 32
Landelech,   18 1934-35 196
Lander, At Bussa, 19 1936-37 71
Landewednack, Rock Nmes, 13 1924-25 114
Landrake Monument,   17 1932-33 116, 182
Land's End, Excursion to 1741, 23 1947-49 81
Land's End, Mr. Blight's book on, 23 1947-49 181, 217, 271
Land's End, Place-name, 17 1932-33 227
Landscore, Stitch and Quillett Fields, 23 1947-49 372
Landulph, Chapels, 32 1971-73 275, 276,
Landulph, Church, Lower panels in, 23 1947-49 151, 165
Landulph, Holy Wells, 19 1936-37 308
Landulph, MS History of, 20 1938-39 372
Landulph, Old Families, 22 1942-46 212, 217, 229, 242, 263, 276
Landulph, Port of, (Landhelp), 32 1971-73 210
Landulph,   17 1932-33 170
Landulph,   14 1926-27 316, 366, 367
Lane, Ralph, 30 1965-67 118
Lane, Sir Ralph, d.1603, 3 1904-05 11
Langage, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Langdon, Richard, Exeter Musician,d.1803, 5 1908-09 92
Langdon, Toby, Duke Notebook c.1680 10 1918-19 265
Langford, Sir Henry, 23 1947-49 215
Langman, John, 22 1942-46 151
Langthorne Manor, Yorks, 27 1956-58 122, 159
Langworthy, Garland, 14 1926-27 369
Lanherne Cross, Mawgan-in-Pydar, 34 1978-81 168
Lanhydrock,   29 1962-64 237
Lanhydrock, Plasterwork, 35 1982-86 315
Lanscocmbe, Cockington, 11 1920-21 196
Lansdown, Family, 22 1942-46 204
Lanyard,   25 1952-53 174
Laon, (Cornwall), 19 1936-37 163
Laon, (Devon), 19 1936-37 204
Lapford,   29 1962-64 257
Lapford,   27 1956-58 24
Lapford, Bury Barton, 26 1954-55 228
Lapper-stones,   15 1928-29 9, 107
Lapthorne, Family, 30 1965-67 92, 143
Larder, Inquisitions P.M., 15 1928-29 176
Larini, Signor, 19 1936-37 362
Larkham, Thomas and Benjamin Cox, 8 1914-15 233
Larkworthy, Ambrose, 11 1920-21 152
Lascelles, Viscount, connection with devon, 12 1922-23 144
Latimer, Bishop, sermons of, 12 1922-23 222
Latimer, Thomas, 35 1982-86 257
Latin epitaphs,   13 1924-25 1, 97
Latin, Medieval, 14 1926-27 13
Latin, Medieval, 13 1924-25 273, 307
Launcells, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 267
Launcells,   14 1926-27 10
Launceston, Castle, 20 1938-39 314
Launceston, Priory records, 19 1936-37 19, 167
Launceston, St.Stephen's Church, 6 1910-11 32, 46, 81, 105,
Launceston, Verses, 19 1936-37 154
Launceston,   28 1959-61 324
Launceston,   23 1947-49 385
Lawhitton, Wishworthy Quarry, 36 1987-91 327
Lawhyre, Fowey, 23 1947-49 305
Lawn, Place name, 16 1930-31 148
Layamon,   36 1987-91 255
Layman's fight for his Pew,   17 1932-33 127, 272
Le Fugh, Surname, 25 1952-53 76
Le Havre,   36 1987-91 89
Leach, Family, 33 1974-77 28
Leach, Family, 15 1928-29 195
Leach, Family, 14 1926-27 1
Leach, Family, of St.Eval, 6 1910-11 42
Leach, Family, 5 1908-09 279
Leach, Sir Simon of Cadeleigh, 2 1902-03 29-37, 58, 92, 204
Lead, From Dissolved Religious Houses, 1549, 19 1936-37 122
Lead, Improvised mould for, 19 1936-37 254
Lead, Mine, 15 1928-29 102
Lead, Tokens, 37 1992-96 288
Leahs in Devon,   34 1978-81 313
Leane, Rev.Mr., 17th century Rector, 6 1910-11 178
Lear, Sir Peter, 31 1968-70 122, 187
Lease, Farmer's, 1402, 23 1947-49 50
Leat, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Leather, Trade of Tavistock, 30 1965-67 220
Leats,   33 1974-77 102, 257
Lechs,   15 1928-29 101, 159
Lee,   28 1959-61 327
Legends, Buckfast, 12 1922-23 347
Legends, Ash tree, of, 12 1922-23 59
Legends, Of Devon, Probable Author, 10 1918-19 182, 328
Legends, at Thurlestone. 30 1965-67 169
Legge, Robert of Grete Totton, Devon, 1508 9 1916-17 203, 254,
Legh Powlet,   14 1926-27 104
Leicestershire Link,   30 1965-67 293
Leigh, Family, 20 1938-39 322, 390
Leigh, Farm, Churchstow, 16 1930-31 241
Leigh, Sir Rupert, 14 1926-27 106
Leland, Error of, 18 1934-35 75
Leland, John, 21 1940-41 12
Leland, John, Itinerary of, 9 1916-17 48
Leland, Road, Exmoor, 34 1978-81 329
Lelant, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 14
Lemon Stream, Newton Bushel, 12 1922-23 66
Lemon Stream, Newton Bushel, 11 1920-21 252
Lemon, Sir William, Quay, 30 1965-67 318
Lenon, Sir William, Quay, 31 1968-70 105
Leofric, Bishop, 15 1928-29 53, 107, 266
Leofric, Bishop, date of death, 12 1922-23 318
Leper hospitals, Cornwall, 13 1924-25 188
Lepers of Clony,   13 1924-25 50
Lercedeckne, Pedigree of, 14 1926-27 155
L'Ercedekne family,   17 1932-33 271
Lethbridge, Christopher Nelson, 8 1914-15 295
Lethbridge, John, 32 1971-73 60
Lethbridge, John, 18th century, 6 1910-11 193
Lethbridge, John, Sub-marine Vessels, 2 1902-03 184
Lethbridge, Papers, 11 1920-21 64
Lethbridge, Sir Roper, In Memoriam, 10 1918-19 25
Letter of Marque, Dated 1802, 1 1900-01 159,
Letter Privy Seal, James I, 6 1910-11 215
Letters, Testimonial for mariners, 13 1924-25 112
Letturney, Personal name, 17 1932-33 227
Lever, James, Diary of, 30 1965-67 23
Leverton, Family, 30 1965-67 320
Leverton, Family, 26 1954-55 116
Lewannick,   31 1968-70 107
Lewis, F.C., 19th cent. Publisher of Devon Scenery, 7 1912-13 112
Lewis, Honiton, 19 1936-37 29, 322
Lewis, John alias Kemys, 11 1920-21 247
Ley, Pedigree, 37 1992-96 58, 101
Ley, Sir James of Westbury, 26 1954-55 26, 117
Leyman, Arthur, 33 1974-77 153
Leyman, Alfred, artist, 34 1978-81 209, 326
Leys,   23 1947-49 28, 304
Library, Bodleian, Willias and Tanner MSS, 20 1938-39 119
Library, Haldon House, 20 1938-39 84
Library, Mr. Chope's, 20 1938-39 224, 285
Library, Society, Exeter, 31 1968-70 222
Library, Totnes Parish Church, 20 1938-39 224
Licence, Sporting in 1550, 14 1926-27 92
Lichfield, Cathedral memorials, 33 1974-77 225
Lidwell, Place-name, 14 1926-27 254
Lifton,   13 1924-25 159, 210
Light Brigade, Charge of the, 20 1938-39 67, 143
Lighthouse, Eddystone, 35 1982-86 128
Lighting, Of Exeter, 19 1936-37 148
Lime burning, Technique of, 36 1987-91 34
Limehouse,   16 1930-31 102
Lime-kilns,   32 1971-73 237
Lime-kilns,   17 1932-33 180
Limeworks,   31 1968-70 199
Lindridge, Manor, 13 1924-25 329, 357
Linkinhorn,   32 1971-73 21
Linkinhorne, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 82
Lintel, At Dunsland House, 30 1965-67 23
Linthicum, Surname, Origigin of, 9 1916-17 95
Lippincott,   19 1936-37 367
Lisbon, Inquisition, 23 1947-49 180, 399
Lisbon, Marriage Register, 23 1947-49 136
Liskeard,   19 1936-37 64, 112, 364
Liskeard,   14 1926-27 23
Lissant, Rev.George, Hatherleigh Meeting, 1715, 6 1910-11 64
Litelcote, Copleston and Morris Families, Visitation of Hampshire, 1 1900-01 188
Literary, Club, 34 1978-81 201
Literary, Debating and Dialect Society, 26 1954-55 25, 94
Literary, Institutes, 32 1971-73 135, 163
Littehampton (Sussex),   31 1968-70 181
Little Hempston,   14 1926-27 33, 103
Little Silver, Etymology of, Examples, 1 1900-01 187, 210, 219,
Little Silver, Place-name derivation, 2 1902-03 2, 88, 191,
Littlecote, Farm name, 6 1910-11 148, 224,
Littleham, Exmouth, 13 1924-25 112, 166
Littleham, Exmouth, 32 1971-73 8
Livaton Farm,   32 1971-73 219
Liveried personnel of Edward Courteney,   35 1982-86 151, 189, 219, 258, 302
Livings, Value of, Hooker's Exeter, 7 1912-13 44
Lizard (The),   35 1982-86 125
Lizard, District, 18 1934-35 75
Lizards, Big, Found at Sidmouth, 10 1918-19 305
Lloyd, Hartley, 14 1926-27 374
Loaf, The Penny, 27 1956-58 313
Loan Societies, Exeter, 34 1978-81 181
Lobb, Family, 27 1956-58 57
Lobster heriot,   27 1956-58 45
Local History, Boom or Slump ?, 30 1965-67 238
Lodbrog, Regne, Lethbridge Ancestor, Dane, 1 1900-01 187, 214, 255,
Loddiswell, Deed, 13th Century, Grant ofManor, 1 1900-01 245
Loddiswell, MSS, 13 1924-25 39
Lollards,   17 1932-33 269
Lond in Cornwall,   14 1926-27 195
London Apprentice,   25 1952-53 49, 78
London, Capitalists, 36 1987-91 351
London, Inns for Devon and Cornwall Carters, 12 1922-23 82
Long, David, Sheriff of Devon, 1704, 1 1900-01 196
Long, Family, 23 1947-49 155, 329
Longbridge,   18 1934-35 120
Longevity, Cornwall, 10 1918-19 87
Longstone,   14 1926-27 340
Longstone, Pilton, 13 1924-25 36
Looe, Granite trough at, 13 1924-25 344
Looe, Opening of New Bridge at, 1855, 30 1965-67 167
Looe, St.George's Chapel, 29 1962-64 111
Looe, St.Martyns, 13 1924-25 349
Looe, West, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 182
Looe, West, Cornwall, 35 1982-86 117
Looe,   27 1956-58 25, 50
Looe,   26 1954-55 239
Looe,   23 1947-49 280
Looe,   19 1936-37 145
Looe,   15 1928-29 57, 163, 166
Looms,   31 1968-70 221
Lord MS., On Antiquities of Exeter, 1707 12 1922-23 296
Lord's Table,   17 1932-33 269
Lostwithiel,   14 1926-27 348
Lostwithiel,   13 1924-25 35
Lostwithiel, Great Coinage Hall, 7 1912-13 225
Lottery, The Queen's, 33 1974-77 240
Loughwood,   28 1959-61 53
Love Letter, 17th Century, 29 1962-64 112
Lovelace, Devon Clockmaker, 10 1918-19 162
Lovelace, Jacob, 33 1974-77 265
Loventor,   14 1926-27 254
Lovering, Family, 24 1950-51 156
Lovering, Family, 17 1932-33 362
Lower family,   23 1947-49 151, 165
Loxbeare Church, Inscription in, 6 1910-11 255
Loyal Addresses, James II, 4 1906-07 252, 255,
Loyd, L.R.W., 13 1924-25 361
Luckbridge,   14 1926-27 61
Lucknow, Recollections of the Siege, 30 1965-67 23, 60
Lucombe Oak, Exeter, hybrid of 1765, 6 1910-11 92
Lugger, Family, 27 1956-58 197
Luke, Family of Penzance, 7 1912-13 75
Lukeham, Forston, Forkeston, Locations of, 2 1902-03 25, 93, 147,
Luminous Footprints,   11 1920-21 140
Lundy, Derivation of name, 23 1947-49 179, 217, 269
Lundy, Lighthouse, 26 1954-55 71
Lundy, Mint on, 11 1920-21 198
Lundy, Mint, 12 1922-23 208
Lundy, Rectors of, 12 1922-23 364
Lundy,   29 1962-64 176
Lundy,   23 1947-49 219
Lundy,   22 1942-46 202
Lundy,   16 1930-31 257, 302, 341, 373
Lundy,   13 1924-25 274, 308, 361
Lundy,   33 1974-77 59
Lundy,   34 1978-81 120, 167
Lundy,   27 1956-58 216
Luppit Brass, Arms on, 5 1908-09 15, 16,
Luppit Font,   7 1912-13 201
Luppit, Monumental Brass Fragment, 4 1906-07 193,269,
Luppit,   15 1928-29 290, 370
Luppitt,   16 1930-31 10
Luscombe, Matthew, 14 1926-27 22
Lustleigh, Bishop's Stone, 8 1914-15 58
Lustleigh, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 113
Lustleigh, Church Screen, 1 1900-01 139
Lustleigh, Gate Posts, 8 1914-15 17
Lustleigh, Rector of, 10 1918-19 222, 302
Lustleigh,   26 1954-55 177
Lustleigh,   23 1947-49 331
Lustleigh,   22 1942-46 301
Lutterell, John, 15 1928-29 8, 148
Luxmoore, Family, 3 1904-05 208
Luysshaunt, Guy, 1530, Hatherleigh, 5 1908-09 147
Lybbe, Family, 13 1924-25 253, 306
Lyde, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Lydford Castle,   23 1947-49 386
Lydworthy,   32 1971-73 218
Lye, Edward, Anglo-Saxon scholar, 6 1910-11 29
Lye, Francis Draper, b.1757, 5 1908-09 71
Lyme Regis, Fielding's Stay at in 1725, 8 1914-15 143
Lympstone,   15 1928-29 162
Lynmouth,   27 1956-58 82
Lynton, And Barnstaple Railway, 30 1965-67 27
Lynton,   15 1928-29 253
Lyon, Thomas Henry (architect), 37 1992-96 220, 252, 283
Lyshwell, In Molland Bottreaux, 19 1936-37 315
Lyson, Cornwall, Bibliographical Note, 7 1912-13 43
Lyson's Notes on Devonshire Churches,   26 1954-55 151
Lyttleton, Lord, 17 1932-33 159
Macadam, J.L., 24 1950-51 18
Machine-house, Round-house, Or, 11 1920-21 285
Machinery, Corn-mills, 24 1950-51 19
Mackenzie, H.T., 15 1928-29 111
Maclean, Sir John's Collection of Cornish Memoranda, 6 1910-11 107
Mad Benet,   14 1926-27 350
Maddock, Family, 30 1965-67 22, 142
Madness,   32 1971-73 53
Madron, Founder of School, 6 1910-11 74
Madron, Cornwall, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 40, 126,
Madron,   14 1926-27 350
Maen Castle, Excavation, Sennen, 23 1947-49 311
Magazine, A Cornish, 20 1938-39 40, 88
Magazines, Parish, 13 1924-25 173
Magister,   16 1930-31 161
Magor, nr. Camborne, 17 1932-33 40, 43
Maine Family, John, Emigrant to Maine, 1630, 1 1900-01 256
Maine,   18 1934-35 377
Mainwaring, Oliver, Exeter, Sowton and Dawlish, Family, 5 1908-09 50
Mainwaring, Oliver, pedigree, 9 1916-17 4
Makenzie (Lieut.), Diary of, 13 1924-25 302
Maker, Church, 32 1971-73 58
Maker,   31 1968-70 252
Malborough,   28 1959-61 300
Malborough, Church Needlework at, 18 1934-35 50
Malborough,   16 1930-31 193
Malet, Malachi, 31 1968-70 122
Mallet,   29 1962-64 23
Mallett, Family, 15 1928-29 80, 111
Man trap, 1888, 35 1982-86 213
Manadon, Humphrey Hall of, 1801, 3 1904-05 102
Manaton, Church, 6 1910-11 254,
Manaton, Family, 13 1924-25 318
Manaton, Stones at, 17 1932-33 210, 274
Manaton,   14 1926-27 70
Manganese mining,   31 1968-70 205
Manning James, Lyme Regis Registers, Of Exeter, 6 1910-11 222
Manning The Fleet, Warrant for, 1 1900-01 24
Manning, Mr. of Exeter, Dissenting Minister, 5 1908-09 30, 65, 66,
Manningford, Coats of Arms, 9 1916-17 54
Manor Houses,   23 1947-49 360
Manor Houses, Roborough, 23 1947-49 241
Manor Rolls, Axmouth, 9 1916-17 61
Manor, Alwington, 21 1940-41 117
Manor, Court Roll, of Cruwys Morchard, 20 1938-39 237
Manor, Monkleigh, 21 1940-41 117
Manor, Monkleigh, 20 1938-39 318
Manor, Northam, 20 1938-39 107
Manor, Thaddeham, 20 1938-39 181, 389
Manor, Willand, 21 1940-41 182
Manorial customs,   16 1930-31 260, 302, 304
Manorial Notes,   23 1947-49 140
Manors and manorial records,   33 1974-77 109, 180
Manors, Descent of, Devon, 20 1938-39 305
Manors, Devon, 30 1965-67 22
Manors, Duchy, 30 1965-67 4, 33, 67, 102
Manors, Heppastebe, 36 1987-91 217
Manors, Polrode, 36 1987-91 61
Manors, Tremail, 36 1987-91 269
Manors, Turgoil, 36 1987-91 269
Mansions (Cornwall), Burnt down, 13 1924-25 73
Mantelpiece, Ottery St. Mary at, 17 1932-33 153
Manumission,   15 1928-29 19
Manumissions, Anglo-Saxonm, 12 1922-23 251
Manumissions, By Ordgar and Others, 22 1942-46 96, 135
Manumissions,   13 1924-25 183
Manuscript, Unidentified 22 1942-46 204
Manuscripts, Historical, location of, 22 1942-46 89
Manuscripts, Robert Stephen Hawker's, 22 1942-46 97
Manwaring, Christopher of Exeter, Chancery Proceedings, 8 1914-15 126
Manwaringe, Christopher, Versus College of Vicars Choral, 3 1904-05 68
Manworthy,   22 1942-46 347
Map of Devon,   14 1926-27 105, 164, 165
Map of England and Wales, Ancient, 11 1920-21 147
Map, Bideford, 36 1987-91 39, 259
Mapowder, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Maps and plans,   34 1978-81 63, 89, 194, 261
Maps, Old, at Axminbster, 17 1932-33 37, 223, 315, 375
Maps, Old, of Devon, 20 1938-39 21
Maps, Proposals for, 32 1971-73 33
Maps,   33 1974-77 117
Maps,   35 1982-86 165, 182-3, 338
Marazion, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 250
Marazion, St.Katherine's Chapel, 29 1962-64 294
Marazion,   14 1926-27 23
Marchwilliam knaves,   13 1924-25 197
Mardon, Family of Moretonhampstead, 6 1910-11 97
Marhamchurch Terrier, 1746,   24 1950-51 152
Mariner's Path,   20 1938-39 321
Marisco, Family, 21 1940-41 303
Maritime History of Devon,   35 1982-86 280
Markes' MS, C., Relative to Plymouth, Parish of Charles, 7 1912-13 183
Market, Cullompton Cross, 17 1932-33 177
Market, Matrimonial, Of Devon, 4 1906-07 54
Market, Penzance Cross, 7 1912-13 48
Markets, And Fairs, Devon, 19 1936-37 176
Markets, Chagford and Moreton, 23 1947-49 21
Markets, Two Early, 20 1938-39 216
Marks, Pewter, 7 1912-13 160, 242,
Marks, Pewterers, 9 1916-17 145
Marks, Tin, On, 4 1906-07 118
Marks, Woollen Merchants, 10 1918-19 22
Marks, Woollen Merchants, N.Molton, 9 1916-17 89, 219
Marldon,   27 1956-58 53
Marriage, A Curious Affidavit, Dartmouth, 12 1922-23 364
Marriage, Licences, 23 1947-49 156
Marriage, Riddle, 19 1936-37 36, 179
Marriage, Unnoticed, 19 1936-37 311
Marriages, Devonian in Cornwall, 2 1902-03 77
Marshall, Family of Teigngrace, 2 1902-03 188
Marshall, Henry, 17 1932-33 215
Marshall, Rev. John, Headmaster, Exeter, 7 1912-13 284
Marshall, William, Rector of Ashprington, d.1756, 7 1912-13 275
Marshwood, Honour of, 32 1971-73 183, 252
Martens, Conrad (artist), 37 1992-96 304
Martin, Family of Plymouth, 7 1912-13 232
Martin,   30 1965-67 185, 253
Martin, Matthew, 19 1936-37 223
Martin, William, 15 1928-29 181
Martinstow, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Martyn, Henry (1781-1812), 27 1956-58 296
Martyn, Sir Nicholas of Oxton and Netherexe, 2 1902-03 65
Marwood, Family, 32 1971-73 48, 71, 110
Marwood, Family, 27 1956-58 23
Marwood, Legend, 24 1950-51 151
Marwood, MSS, 11 1920-21 221
Mary Lee, Plymouth Brethren, Novel on, 12 1922-23 296
Mary Tavy, Mining, 34 1978-81 184
Mary Tavy, Rectors of, 8 1914-15 27
Mason, George, 14 1926-27 24
Masonic Lodges in Devon,   3 1904-05 112, 176,
Massachusetts, First Governor of, 10 1918-19 204
Master John Daw's School Reports,   30 1965-67 225
Mathematicians (Devonian),   13 1924-25 81, 163
Matrimonial Market, Devonshire, 4 1906-07 54
Mauger, John, 6 1910-11 155, 175,
Mawgan,   14 1926-27 23
Mawgan-in-Meneage,   28 1959-61 281
Mawgan-in-Pydar, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 168
Mawnan,   14 1926-27 350
May Day, Horn-blowing, 12 1922-23 113
May, Family, 15 1928-29 103
Mayflower, The, Sailing of, 12 1922-23 239
Maynard, Serjeant, 33 1974-77 156, 200
Mayne, Mrs. Eliza, 19 1936-37 174
Mayne, Zachary, 19 1936-37 178
Mayne, Zachary, 16 1930-31 211
Mayor, John Wolcot of Exeter, 30 1965-67 92
Mayors, Bodmin, 13 1924-25 372
Mayors, Exeter, 30 1965-67 30
Mayors, Sham, 10 1918-19 219, 270
McAdam, John Loudon, 34 1978-81 341
McEnery, Rev. John, portrait of, 11 1920-21 151
McPike, James, Genealogical Puzzle, 4 1906-07 86, 87,
Mead, Capt.Joseph of the 'Fowey', 22 1942-46 177
Mead, Family of St.Gluvias, 22 1942-46 292, 305
Mead, Honey wine, 11 1920-21 31, 71, 72
Meadows, Family, 30 1965-67 93
Meadows, Meditation on, 17 1932-33 106
Measurements, In Domesday Book, 31 1968-70 82
Meath, Church, Parish Registers, 3 1904-05 24
Meavy, Charter, 17 1932-33 126
Meavy,   30 1965-67 18, 62
Mechanics' Institute, Barnstaple, Norman Mint, 1 1900-01 200
Mechanics Society,   33 1974-77 267
Medals, Calendar, 21 1940-41 85
Medical worthies, Devonian, 15 1928-29 105, 190
Medical worthies, Devonian, 14 1926-27 45, 49, 138, 145, 234, 241, 329, 337
Medical worthies,, Devonian, 13 1924-25 142, 145, 237, 241, 246, 333, 337
Medland, Manor, 18 1934-35 146, 233
Meeke, Thomas, 1588, 12 1922-23 6
Meeth, Churchwardens' Account Book, 3 1904-05 151
Melhuish, Church and Manor of, 5 1908-09 68, 77,
Melhuish, Family of Hill in Cruwys Morchard 20 1938-39 178
Melhuish, Thomas, 18 1934-35 321
Melhuishes, Two Thomas, 19 1936-37 33
Melhuwysshe Church and Manor of, 5 1908-09 68, 77,
Mellow, Family, 20 1938-39 182
Mellowes,   30 1965-67 237
Members of Parliament,   31 1968-70 47
Membury, Census, 17 1932-33 315
Membury, Church, shields in, 19 1936-37 216
Membury, Civil War Relics, 1 1900-01 118
Membury, Conventicle, 17 1932-33 375
Membury,   26 1954-55 52
Membury,   21 1940-41 24
Membury,   16 1930-31 272, 319
Membury,   15 1928-29 146, 148, 199
Memoirs, Gentlewoman's, 1830 11 1920-21 278
Memorial, Inscriptions, 33 1974-77 225
Memorial, Kentisbeare Church, 36 1987-91 37
Memorials, In Devon Churches, 14 1926-27 89
Memorials,   31 1968-70 221
Mendip, Old, 30 1965-67 63
Meneage,   18 1934-35 75
Menheniot, Church Dedication, 6 1910-11 3
Menheniot,   13 1924-25 199
Menhir, Bodmin Moor, 17 1932-33 372
Menhir, Hartland, 16 1930-31 1
Menhirs, Dartmoor, 13 1924-25 373
Menhirs, Pilton, 13 1924-25 36
Merantun, Identification of, 17 1932-33 217, 275, 278
Mercer, Family of Ottery St.Mary, 9 1916-17 164-72, 250,
Merchandise Marks,   15 1928-29 145
Merchant, Exeter, in Spain, 30 1965-67 241
Merchant's Account, Sixteenth Century, 2 1902-03 191
Merchants' Tokens, 16th Century, 30 1965-67 22
Mercia, Ethelbald of, 19 1936-37 358
Mercury, Torrington 17 1932-33 355
Merivale, Hut circlea, 22 1942-46 97
Merivale, MSS of Dr.Merivale, Dean of Ely, 2 1902-03 10
Merivale, Plague Market, 2 1902-03 127
Merton, Early Owners of, 20 1938-39 256
Merton,   13 1924-25 154, 292
Merton, Walter of, 13 1924-25 168
Methodism, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 40
Methodism, Cornwall, 30 1965-67 30, 64, 201, 202, 254
Methodism, Illogan, 27 1956-58 318
Methodism, North Devon, 8 1914-15 136, 188, 189, 221,
Methodism, Pancrasweek, 27 1956-58 25
Methodism, Roseland, 30 1965-67 323
Methodist, Chapels, 33 1974-77 309
Methodist, History, 28 1959-61 215
Methodist, Journal of Hi9storical Association, 30 1965-67 28, 62, 206, 287
Methodist, Studies, 28 1959-61 183
Methodists,   29 1962-64 62, 94, 127, 240
Methuen, Family, 30 1965-67 136
Mevagissey, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 158
Mevagissey,   15 1928-29 301
Mevagissey,   13 1924-25 158
Meyrick, Family, 32 1971-73 254
Michaelstow,   26 1954-55 41
Micheau, Paul, OrganMaker, 10 1918-19 162, 163
Michel family, Gittisham, 7 1912-13 24
Michell family, Pedigree, Talaton, 5 1908-09 175, 216
Middle Ages, Apple Trees in, 30 1965-67 120, 172
Milbury,   15 1928-29 148, 200
Milestones, Devonian, 7 1912-13 212
Milford, Family, 31 1968-70 121
Milford, Family, 13 1924-25 8
Military Preparations, In 1803 16 1930-31 159
Militia Musters, In 1630 11 1920-21 295
Militia Musters,   12 1922-23 117
Militia, Mutiny, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 77
Militia, Royal Cornwall, (1808-1836) 28 1959-61 203
Milk Scalders,   25 1952-53 23
Milk Scalders,   24 1950-51 192
Milk-Scalding, Stoves, 11 1920-21 306
Mill, Arms, 13 1924-25 356
Mill, Blade or Edge, Monkleigh, 20 1938-39 318
Mill, Trematon Castle, 13 1924-25 94
Millais, Painting, 'Boyhood of Raleigh', 1 1900-01 97
Milles, Dean, letter, 17 1932-33 159
Milles, Notes from MSS, 30 1965-67 226
Milles, Parochial Collections for Devon, 12 1922-23 162
Milles, Parochial Collections for Devon, 11 1920-21 320-24
Millett, Family, 20 1938-39 272
Mills, Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 277
Mills, Domesday in Devon and Cornwall, 12 1922-23 21
Mills, Pair of, 26 1954-55 24
Mills, Paper, 15 1928-29 153
Mills, Paper, Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 193
Mills, See watermills and windmills, 34 1978-81  
Mills, Tidal, 15 1928-29 57
Mills, West Looe, 19 1936-37 50
Millstone makers, Dartmoor, 37 1992-96 153
Millstone working, Brent Moor, 34 1978-81 333
Milner, Tomb of Lady Diana in Exeter Cathedral, 10 1918-19 268
Miltary regiments, Queen of Spain's Fusiliers, 37 1992-96 22
Milton Abbot, Deeds of, 6 1910-11 68
Milton Abbot, Treven in, 7 1912-13 78
Milton Abbot, Wardens' Accounts, 7 1912-13 182
Miltonic Legend, Letter of Keats, 1818 12 1922-23 9
Minchin Court,   18 1934-35 20
Mine, Brushford, 22 1942-46 370
Miners' petition,   36 1987-91 204
Miners' songs,   33 1974-77 313
Miners, Cornish, 25 1952-53 18
Miners, Petition of Cornish to Q.Victoria, 26 1954-55 58
Miners, Tin, Foreigners, 1308, 4 1906-07 126
Mines, Combe Martin, 10 1918-19 34-41, 127
Mines, Cornish, And Thomas Bushell, 10 1918-19 152
Mines, Cornwall, 29 1962-64 31, 93, 126, 160
Mines, King's, 16 1930-31 194, 255
Mines, Medieval lease of, 16 1930-31 375
Mines, Silver , In Devonshire, 7 1912-13 54
Mines, Silver, at Combe Martin, 30 1965-67 208
Mines,   15 1928-29 102, 135, 142
Minifie, John, 22 1942-46 331
Mining in Cornwall,   8 1914-15 131
Mining on Exmoor,   30 1965-67 205
Mining, Buckland Brewer, 37 1992-96 211
Mining, Dartmoor, 2 1902-03 225
Mining, Mary Tavy, 34 1978-81 184
Mining,   31 1968-70 19, 205
Mining,   33 1974-77 102, 180
Ministers, Puritan, 18 1934-35 26
Minstrels, Confraternity of, 11 1920-21 252
Mint Meeting, Exeter, and the Halletts, 4 1906-07 13
Mint Meeting, Halletts, And The, 3 1904-05 254
Mint, Civil War Mint at, 11 1920-21 304
Mint, Private, 18 1934-35 131
Mint, Tower, John Reynolds of, 6 1910-11 57
Mint, Totnes, Anglo-Saxon Coins from, 2 1902-03 86
Mints, Barnstaple, Norman Mint, 2 1902-03 60
Mints, Combe Martin, 12 1922-23 208
Mints, Exeter and Other Provincial Towns, 10 1918-19 315
Mints, Exeter and Other Provincial Towns, 12 1922-23 60
Mints, Lundy and Combe Martin, 11 1920-21 198, 200
Mints, Lundy Island, 12 1922-23 208
Minutes, Metrical, 29 1962-64 152
Miracles, Local, 13 1924-25 183
Miser Pitman,   10 1918-19 62, 91
Misericords,   18 1934-35 275
Mission to showmen,   32 1971-73 125
Mitchell, C.S., 15 1928-29 104
Mock king,   13 1924-25 35
Modbury, Champernoun of, 12 1922-23 342
Modbury, Oldport, 33 1974-77 60
Modbury, Priors, 17 1932-33 33
Modbury, Priory, 12 1922-23 326
Modbury, Wardens' Account, 4 1906-07 60
Modbury,   31 1968-70 221
Modbury,   32 1971-73 217
Modbury,   20 1938-39 133, 187
Modbury,   15 1928-29 126
Modret,   31 1968-70 109
Moeles, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Moelys, Alicia de, 14 1926-27 203, 305, 366
Mohegan, shipwreck, 34 1978-81 81
Mohun and Maddock, Families, 30 1965-67 22, 142
Mohun and Maddock, Warwick, 3rd Lord Mohun, 3 1904-05 248
Mohun Chronicle, Haccombe, 4 1906-07 17, 249,
Mohun, Family, 4 1906-07 63
Mohun, Family, 36 1987-91 61
Moidores, Portuguese coims in the West of England, 11 1920-21 253
Moidores, Portuguese coins in West Country, 8 1914-15 22, 56, 122,
Mole River,   24 1950-51 147, 195, 231
Moles, Roger de, 28 1959-61 54
Molford, Family of 17th Century, South Molton, 1 1900-01 119, 131, 152
Molford,   18 1934-35 219
Molland and Knowstone, Double Names, 4 1906-07 77
Molland, Bottreaux, 19 1936-37 315
Molland, Thomas, 23 1947-49 395
Molland,   25 1952-53 101
Molland,   20 1938-39 377
Molland,   17 1932-33 267
Molland,   15 1928-29 314
Mol's Coffee House,   21 1940-41 25
Monastic, Houses, Cowick priory, 35 1982-86 321, 383,
Monastic, Houses, Lammana, 35 1982-86 281
Monastic, Lands, 27 1956-58 26
Monastic, Records of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 269
Monastic, Wool Sales, 30 1965-67 70
Monasticon, Oliver, 29 1962-64 29, 91
Monck, General George, 37 1992-96 7
Monk, Family of Powderich (Potheridge), 13 1924-25 154, 303, 354
Monk, Family, 15 1928-29 195
Monk, Garter Plate of George, 26 1954-55 111
Monk, General, 17 1932-33 47
Monk, Of Haldon, 11 1920-21 78
Monk, Of Haldon, Legend in Poem, 10 1918-19 183-192, 199, 256
Monkleigh,   21 1940-41 127, 180
Monkokehampton, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 183
Monkswell, Homage Indentures, 22 1942-46 138
Monmouth, Duke of, And Topsham, 6 1910-11 163
Monmouth, Rebellion Broadside, 2 1902-03 63
Monmouth, Rebellion, 37 1992-96 281
Monmouth, Rebellion, 19 1936-37 153
Monmouth, Victims of Rebellion, 6 1910-11 12
Mont St. Michel,   31 1968-70 1
Montague, Leopold A.D., Memoir of, 21 1940-41 97
Monumental brasses,   33 1974-77 132, 300
Monumental brasses,   34 1978-81 57, 110, 248, 292, 336
Monumental brasses,   35 1982-86 126
Monumentarium Exeter Cathedral,   27 1956-58 149
Monuments, Ancient at St. Cleer, 17 1932-33 146
Monuments, Ancient, Liskeard, 19 1936-37 64, 112
Monuments, Called 'Folly', 19 1936-37 264
Monuments,   13 1924-25 1
Moon (Mohun), Family, 28 1959-61 221
Moon, Mr. E. of Plymouth, 10 1918-19 128
Moonwort, Magical powers of , 13 1924-25 202
Moor, Family, 13 1924-25 8
Moore, Roger, 14 1926-27 7, 72
Moore's Aisle, Cullompton Church, 36 1987-91 214
Moorestone, Map of, 17 1932-33 315, 375
Moosted Keps an' Posses,   27 1956-58 47
Moot hill, Saxon, 15 1928-29 75
Morchard Bishop, Early carols of, 11 1920-21 59
Morchard Bishop, Folk Lore Notes, 3 1904-05 195
Morchard Bishop, Funeral Customs, 3 1904-05 85
Morchard Bishop, Recovery of Lands in, 20 1938-39 118, 186
Morcom, Family, 20 1938-39 182
Morden Mylles, See Cotehele, 35 1982-86  
More, Hannah, 14 1926-27 251
Morebath , Charter, 12 1922-23 111
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 13 1924-25 10, 57, 59, 101, 102, 161, 163, 265
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 14 1926-27 66
Morebath, Wardens' accounts, 12 1922-23 346
Moreleigh,   20 1938-39 327
Moreton,   23 1947-49 21
Moretonhampstead, Church, Savery Memorial, 9 1916-17 31
Moretonhampstead, Diary, 24 1950-51 45
Moretonhampstead,   31 1968-70 225
Moretonhampstead,   26 1954-55 7
Moretonhampstead,   25 1952-53 175
Moretonhampstead, Stone Cross, 2 1902-03 57
Morice, Dr., 13 1924-25 53, 110
Morice, Family, 15 1928-29 15
Morice, Family, Crest of, Werrington, 2 1902-03 39, 127,
Morice, Sir William, 22 1942-46 34, 71
Morlegh,   15 1928-29 126
Morleigh,   13 1924-25 50, 226, 230
Mormons, North Devon, 12 1922-23 57
Morrice, John, 16 1930-31 245, 299
Morris, Family of Topsham, 18 1934-35 123
Morris, George, 15 1928-29 88
Morris, George, 14 1926-27 7, 73
Morris, Humphrey, 13 1924-25 302
Morris, John, 15 1928-29 168
Morris, Simon, 14 1926-27 18
Morris, Simon, 13 1924-25 257, 306
Morris, William, 15 1928-29 15
Morris, William, 14 1926-27 276, 315
Mortain, Earls of, 11 1920-21 167
Mortain, Robert, Earl of, 35 1982-86 241
Mortehoe,   28 1959-61 315
Morvah, Field names, 17 1932-33 52
Morval,   32 1971-73 22
Morval,   19 1936-37 369
Morval,   14 1926-27 67
Morval,   13 1924-25 232-7, 268
Morville, Family, 14 1926-27 14
Morwenstow,   29 1962-64 238
Morwenstow, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 342
Morwenstow,   13 1924-25 251
Morwenstowe,   23 1947-49 295
Morys, John, 10 1918-19 221
Mottoes, Family, 4 1906-07 46
Mount Edgcumbe, Royal Visit 1789, 6 1910-11 79
Mount's Bay,   29 1962-64 126
Mountvyroun, John de, 1336, 8 1914-15 103, 144,
Mousehole, Chapels of, 30 1965-67 184
Mousehole, Fishing Fleet, 29 1962-64 152
Mousehole, John Keigwin of, 1641-1716, 30 1965-67 247
Mousehole, Notes, 13 1924-25 90
Moxhay, Wills, 15 1928-29 16, 17
Moysey, Family, 12 1922-23 12
Muchmore, Family, 8 1914-15 26, 84
Muddiford, John, 15 1928-29 94
Mudge, John, Printer, 1814, 9 1916-17 196
Mugford, William Edward, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 49
Mule,   23 1947-49 384
Mules (De Moelis), Family of Kingskerswell and Diptford, 7 1912-13 91
Mullion,   31 1968-70 153
Mullion,   15 1928-29 307, 308
Mummers, Silverton, 10 1918-19 9, 48
Mummers, Silverton, 9 1916-17 228
Mungey or Mongey, Family of Topsham, 4 1906-07 57
Munk's Roll of the R.C. of Physicians,   23 1947-49 50
Murage Roll, 1377, Exeter, 34 1978-81 217
Mural Paintings, Devon Churches, 12 1922-23 279, 310
Mural Paintings, Cornish Churches, 12 1922-23 281
Murder, St.Thomas of Canterbury, 6 1910-11 63
Musbury, Church Registers, 6 1910-11 103
Musbury, Ashe House, 33 1974-77 267
Musbury, Bells, 19 1936-37 80
Musbury, Drake register entries, 6 1910-11 113
Musbury, Stone to Collins Family in Church, 10 1918-19 64
Musbury,   21 1940-41 326
Musbury,   17 1932-33 64
Musbury,   14 1926-27 171
Musgrave, Family, 32 1971-73 185
Musgrave, William, antiquary, 12 , 300 193, 264
Music, At Tywardreath Priory, 36 1987-91 277
Musical Instrument, Ancient, 13 1924-25 270, 307
Muste,   20 1938-39 39
Muster Roll , Devon, Armada, 1578, 1 1900-01 49
Muster Roll, Of 1569 13 1924-25 188, 213
Muster Roll, 1569,   34 1978-81 38, 39
Musters, Militia 1630 11 1920-21 295
Musters, Militia, 12 1922-23 117
Mutter's Moor,   14 1926-27 60, 113
Muttleberi, Of Asshehill, 13 1924-25 348
Myles' List,   33 1974-77 309
Mylor, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 122
Mystery of Edward Drewe, Exeter Sensation of 1611, 7 1912-13 86, 115,
Name Plates on Bottles,   10 1918-19 316
Name-plates on Bottles,   11 1920-21 42
Names,   33 1974-77 24, 25, 124, 175, 211, 249, 313, 352
Names, Christian name 'Urah', 37 1992-96 245, 273, 304
Names, Field names, 36 1987-91 140
Names, Peculiar, 21 1940-41 78, 178
Names, Use of 'Alias', 34 1978-81 83
Names, Surname (Rossiter), 36 1987-91 249
Nance, Family Rent roll of (1625), 13 1924-25 278
Nance, Family Rent Roll of 1628, Illogan, 12 1922-23 285
Nanfante, Richard, 14 1926-27 32
Nanny Nights Revel,   26 1954-55 189
Napier, Family, 15 1928-29 148
Napoleon, Cornish coast watch against, 25 1952-53 48
Narracot, Also Northcot, 21 1940-41 38
Narrow Combe, Documents, 25 1952-53 56, 84
Narrow Combe, Documents, 24 1950-51 28, 70, 103, 231
Natal, Cornish settlers in, 25 1952-53 22, 54, 80
National Bond of Association,   20 1938-39 370
Naturalists, Three Cornish, 23 1947-49 396
Nautical Documents,   29 1962-64 70
Naval Hospital and Cemetery,   13 1924-25 115
Naval Recruitment Poster, 1756,   5 1908-09 79
Navalis, Identity of, 11 1920-21 150
Neck, History of Exeter, 7 1912-13 78
Needlework,   18 1934-35 30
Nelson, Relic, 17 1932-33 364
Nelson, At Torre Abbey, 15 1928-29 1
Nemetotacio, Place name, 16 1930-31 51
Neot, Saint, 36 1987-91 209
Nersi, Married Before the,,, 1549, 7 1912-13 42
Nettle, Family, 20 1938-39 136
Nettlecombe Court, Willoughby Shield, 3 1904-05 89
Nettlecombe, Somerset, 17 1932-33 290
Neville, Family of the Manor of Alphington, 6 1910-11 224
New England, Deserted Settlements in, 18 1934-35 282
New England, Price of an Acre 23 1947-49 47
New England, Puritanism in East Devon and, 18 1934-35 86, 158
New England, Seal of Plymouth Council, 9 1916-17 209
New England, Settlement of, 18 1934-35 134
Newcomen, Elias, 15 1928-29 337
Newcomen, Thomas, 14 1926-27 260
Newcomen, Thomas, 15 1928-29 337
Newcomen, Thomas, 13 1924-25 49
Newcomen, Thomas, letter of 1725 12 1922-23 179
Newcomen, William, 15 1928-29 348
Newdigate, Devon and the , 18 1934-35 369
Newenham, Abbey, 17 1932-33 218, 278
Newenham, Abbey, 20 1938-39 97
Newenham, Chalice, 20 1938-39 28
Newfoundland, Plymouth and, 30 1965-67 234
Newfoundland, Settlement's connections with North Devon, 37 1992-96 274
Newfoundland,   26 1954-55 84
Newfoundland,   16 1930-31 102
Newlyn,   23 1947-49 301
Newman, Mary, 24 1950-51 59, 100, 101, 102
Newman, Cartulary, 29 1962-64 41
Newnham, Plympton Castle, 9 1916-17 110
News, From New England, 14 1926-27 291
Newspaper, First Devonshire, 9 1916-17 243
Newspaper, Plymouth, 1855, 27 1956-58 46
Newton Abbot, Lady Mary's Chapel, 36 1987-91 97
Newton Abbot,   16 1930-31 374
Newton Abbot,   14 1926-27 298
Newton Bushel, Lemon Stream, 12 1922-23 66
Newton Ferrers, Cal. Of Inquisitions, 9 1916-17 6
Newton Poppleford,   27 1956-58 37
Newton Poppleford, Deed, 21 1940-41 206
Newton St. Petroc, Charter, 17 1932-33 124
Newton St.Cyres, MSS, 27 1956-58 124
Newton St.Cyres,   15 1928-29 103
Newton St.Cyres,   13 1924-25 6, 189
Newton St.Cyres, St.Petrock, 13 1924-25 246
Newton St.Cyres,   10 1918-19 83
Newton St.Cyres,   10 1918-19 120
Nicholson, Mrs.,   14 1926-27 351
Nicknames, Parish, 14 1926-27 122, 123, 169
Nicoll, Sophuia Catherine, Authoress, Seaton, 8 1914-15 157
Nightingales in Devon,   23 1947-49 119, 325
No Man's Land,   20 1938-39 44, 87, 187
No Man's Land,   19 1936-37 367
Noah's Ark, Fowey, 24 1950-51 24, 65, 158
Noah's Ark, Fowey, 23 1947-49 359, 398
Noble Hindrance, Halberton, 19 1936-37 178
Noble, Family, 17 1932-33 227
Noe, John, St.Columb Minor, 1615 10 1918-19 298
Nonconformist Burial Places, Exeter, 6 1910-11 128, 144,
Norman Corbels, Plympton, 11 1920-21 1
Norman Surnames,   9 1916-17 93, 144
Norman, Capt.George of Exeter, c.1703, 4 1906-07 63
Norman, Rev.Mr. of Plymouth, c.1700, 2 1902-03 202
Norris, Charles B., 27 1956-58 13
North America, Place-nams, 27 1956-58 109
North Bovey, Church Bells, 7 1912-13 118
North Bovey, Crosses in the Parish of, 2 1902-03 71
North Bovey, Plague at, also in Devon, 6 1910-11 197
North Bovey, Purchase of Church Bell, 1500, 4 1906-07 186
North Bovey, Stone Crosses in, 1 1900-01 65
North Bovey, Superstitions of, 1 1900-01 105, 186, 251,
North Devon, Athenaeum Notes, 29 1962-64 68
North Devon, Farm, 27 1956-58 238
North Devon, Wharf, Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, 35 1982-86 256
North Lew and Halwill Manor, Court Roll, 8 1914-15 123
North Lew,   16 1930-31 184
North Lew, Church, 14 1926-27 326, 368
North Molton, Freeman of, 21 1940-41 209
North Molton,   15 1928-29 56, 151
North Molton, Woollen Merchant's Mark, 9 1916-17 89
North Tawton, Briefs, 28 1959-61 154
North Tawton, Celebrations, 1802 28 1959-61 282
North Tawton, Farm fee, 26 1954-55 89, 117
North Tawton, Parish accounts, 26 1954-55 58
North Tawton, Rectors of, 26 1954-55 20
North Tawton,   20 1938-39 289
North tawton, Revel, 14 1926-27 10
North, Family, Marriage Licences, 23 1947-49 49
Northam Manor,   20 1938-39 107
Northam,   29 1962-64 176
Northam,   23 1947-49 21
Northam, Plaster Ornaments, 19 1936-37 307
Northam,   18 1934-35 321
Northcot,   21 1940-41 38
Northcote family,   13 1924-25 325
Northcott Family, 28 1959-61 120, 188
Northcott Tomb Crediton Church, 10 1918-19 218
Northleigh, Change of Name of the Village Inn, 30 1965-67 257
Northleigh, Family, 20 1938-39 134
Northleigh, Tristram Bowdage of, d.1636, 10 1918-19 326
Northmore,   26 1954-55 61, 92
Norton, Sir Henry, 14 1926-27 369
Noss Hill Fort,   36 1987-91 48
Nosworthy and Hill, Pedigree of Families, 4 1906-07 51
Nosworthy, Edward of Northwherthy, 6 1910-11 87
Nott, Captain, 37 1992-96 239
Nunneries, Traditional, in Cornwall, 15 1928-29 239
Nun's Cross Farm, Dartmoor, 34 1978-81 103
Nutt, John (a pirate), 37 1992-96 239
Nymet Tracey, Goods of Charles II at, 8 1914-15 7
Nymet, Charter, 17 1932-33 58, 322
Nymet, Tracy consecration crosses, 17 1932-33 54
Nympton, Etymology of, 6 1910-11 43, 70, 71, 132, 176,
Oak, evergreen,   16 1930-31 250, 300, 301
Oakapple Day, Chitjack, 11 1920-21 68
Oar, Small Silver Oar Mace of Saltash, 30 1965-67 253
Oar, The Silver, 25 1952-53 105
Oath, Sheriff of, 1432, 8 1914-15 9
Oaths, Eighteenth Century, 10 1918-19 15
Oaths, Eighteenth Century, 8 1914-15 22
Oaths, Papists, 15 1928-29 182
Obits, Book of, 33 1974-77 97, 143, 188, 236, 277, 337
Obits, Book of, 34 1978-81 5, 52
Obituary, Beville. 16 1930-31 17
O'Carrill, Arms, 20 1938-39 182
Occupations, In Widworthy, 37 1992-96 87
Ode on Plympton Mayor Choosing Buns, November 9th 1840, 30 1965-67 19
Odgers, William, V.C., 27 1956-58 188
Odgers, V.C., Ldg.Seaman William, 30 1965-67 143
Offe,   16 1930-31 52, 119
Offwell, Parish Register 24 1950-51 58
Offwell,   25 1952-53 52
Offwell,   14 1926-27 174
Oil of Exeter,   22 1942-46 275
Oil of Exeter,   14 1926-27 109
Oil of Exeter, Herb lore, 12 1922-23 277, 307, 396
Okehampton, Angel Inn, 9 1916-17 159
Okehampton, Church, 30 1965-67 240
Okehampton, Honour and Barony of, 6 1910-11 131, 169,
Okehampton, Honour of, 32 1971-73 103
Okehampton, Tenants of the Manor of, 8 1914-15 141, 183,
Okehampton, William Dodge, Mayor, 6 1910-11 94
Okehampton,   33 1974-77 132
Okehampton,   22 1942-46 179
Okehampton,   15 1928-29 180, 193, 294, 353
Old Man Stone,   15 1928-29 355
Oldham, Bishop Hugh, 17 1932-33 4, 129, 152
Oldways, Or Allways End, 20 1938-39 39
Oliver, Doctor, Library, 28 1959-61 61
Oliver,   18 1934-35 224
Oliver, Dr. George, 18 1934-35 21, 228
Oliver, Dr., 'Ecclesiastical Antiquities' 11 1920-21 246
Oliver, Dr., Library of, 9 1916-17 61
Oliver, Dr.William of Bath, 7 1912-13 74
Oliver, Dr.William of Bath, 6 1910-11 254
Oliver, Sir Benjamin, Monument to, 5 1908-09 12
Oliver's Monasticon,   29 1962-64 29, 91
Olyver, Thomas, 15 1928-29 84
Open Field System Terms,   21 1940-41 174
Ophtalmoscope, Inventor of, 14 1926-27 174
Opy, Nicholas, 14 1926-27 32
Orange, Family, 37 1992-96 342
Orange, Prince of, who carried him ashore ?, 16 1930-31 147
Orchard, Family, 30 1965-67 185, 253
Ordgar,   22 1942-46 96, 135
Ordnance Survey Maps, Exeter, 34 1978-81 63
Orenge, Family, 14 1926-27 7, 73, 111
Organ Makers, Chappyngton of South Molton, 6 1910-11 31, 84, 85, 86
Organ Makers, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 164
Organ Makers, Paul Micheau 10 1918-19 162, 163
Organ Makers, Richard Chapendon, 10 1918-19 82, 83, 109, 110
Organ, Barrel in Hartland Church, 14 1926-27 172
Organ, Tiverton Church, 18 1934-35 272, 321
Organists, Devon and Cornwall, 10 1918-19 164
Ormond, Second Duke of, Jacobite, 9 1916-17 13
Osbern, Bishop and His Manor of Bishops Teignton, 6 1910-11 255
Osbern, Bishop, 17 1932-33 64
Osbern, Domesday Tenant of Tapleigh, 3 1904-05 39, 91, 96
Osmond, Christopher, 18 1934-35 374
Otterton, Great flood of 1753 12 1922-23 293
Otterton, Note Book, 10 1918-19 196
Otterton, Priory Murder, 13 1924-25 132
Otterton,   15 1928-29 354
Otterton,   14 1926-27 203, 380
Ottery St.Mary, Bosses and corbels in church of, 12 1922-23 88
Ottery St.Mary, Cadhay, Collection of Deeds, 7 1912-13 77
Ottery St.Mary, Churchyard Trees, 10 1918-19 271
Ottery St.Mary, History of, 7 1912-13 214
Ottery St.Mary, King's School, 37 1992-96 212
Ottery St.Mary, Land Tenure at, 30 1965-67 168
Ottery St.Mary, Manor Book of, 8 1914-15 61, 77,
Ottery St.Mary, Parliamentary Army at, 34 1978-81 119
Ottery St.Mary, Register, 10 1918-19 121
Ottery St.Mary, Register, 10 1918-19 159
Ottery St.Mary, Register, Wood family, 10 1918-19 225
Ottery St.Mary, Trumpeting Clock of, 6 1910-11 1
Ottery St.Mary,   35 1982-86 184
Ottery St.Mary,   23 1947-49 139
Ottery St.Mary,   22 1942-46 191, 204
Ottery St.Mary,   21 1940-41 15, 217
Ottery St.Mary,   20 1938-39 313
Ottery St.Mary,   17 1932-33 152, 376
Ottery St.Mary,   15 1928-29 252
Ottery St.Mary,   14 1926-27 62, 65
Ottery St.Mary,   12 1922-23 156
Ottery, Heraldry at, 4 1906-07 192
Oven, Proving or pruning, 13 1924-25 201
Ovens, Barnstaple, 30 1965-67 317
Ovens, Barnstaple, 10 1918-19 303
Overseers' account,   27 1956-58 220, 250
Owen, Family, 23 1947-49 94
Oxen, Plough, Iron Shoes for, 2 1902-03 79, 120,
Oxen, Used for coaches, 15 1928-29 127
Oxenham, Family, 33 1974-77 309
Oxenham, Family, 12 1922-23 249, 303
Oxenham, John, Tombstone of, 1 1900-01 194
Oxford University Extension,   34 1978-81 19
Oxford, All Souls' College, 17 1932-33 251, 292
Oxford, Corpus Christi College, 17 1932-33 4
Oxford, Early science at, 13 1924-25 302
Oxford, Exeter College, 17 1932-33 147, 226
Oxton House, Ivie family, Kenton, 2 1902-03 177
Oxton House, Kenton Parish, 3 1904-05 16, 55, 93,
Oyster, Beds, 35 1982-86 174, 357
Oysterage, Saltash dispute, 36 1987-91 243, 287
Pack-saddles,   13 1924-25 196
Padstow,   31 1968-70 252
Padstow,   26 1954-55 87, 116
Padstow,   15 1928-29 165, 167
Padstow, Hobby horse, 12 1922-23 145, 216
Paige, Family, 14 1926-27 65
Paige, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Paignton, As a port, 14 1926-27 197
Paignton, Bishop's Palace at, 12 1922-23 247
Paignton, Manor, 14 1926-27 8
Paignton, Yews in churchyard, 10 1918-19 306
Paignton,   33 1974-77 267
Paignton,   19 1936-37 127
Paignton,   15 1928-29 93
Painter, Landscape, I.Paulman, 30 1965-67 275
Painters, Devonshire, in London Exhibitions, 23 1947-49 174
Painters, Early Devon, 17 1932-33 145
Painters, Medieval, 17 1932-33 75, 99
Painters, Of Devon Churches, 17 1932-33 366
Painter-Stainers' Motto,   11 1920-21 70
Painting for identification,   37 1992-96 180
Palaces, Of the Bishops of Dexeter, 22 1942-46 78
Palaeologus Theodore, 17 1932-33 179
Palaeologus, John, 23 1947-49 27
Palaeologus, Family of Theodore, 18 1934-35 224
Palaeologus, Family lof Theodore, 12 1922-23 177, 217
Palliser, Sir Hugh, 26 1954-55 84
Palmer, Family, 20 1938-39 44
Palmer, House, 19 1936-37 338
Palstaves (Bronze),   13 1924-25 51
Pan, Buckfastleigh, 15 1928-29 152
Pancrasweek,   27 1956-58 25
Pandles, Expression from Hartland, 11 1920-21 147, 197, 198
Panels, Painted, Heavitree Church, 6 1910-11 133
Pannell, Family, 8 1914-15 122, 136,
Papal exactions,   13 1924-25 175
Paper making in Devon,   12 1922-23 14
Paper Mills, Devon, 20 1938-39 34
Paper Mills, In Devon and Cornwall, 23 1947-49 97, 193
Paper Mills, In Devon and Cornwall, 24 1950-51 221
Paper Mills,   15 1928-29 153
Paper, Early use of in Devonshire, 12 1922-23 114
Paper, Early use of in Devon, 11 1920-21 33, 107
Paper-Making, Devonshire, 11 1920-21 33
Paper-Making, Distribution of, in Cornwall, 19th century, 20 1938-39 2
Paper-making, In Devon, 8 1914-15 119
Paper-making, Industry, Barnstaple, 20 1938-39 56
Paper-making,   27 1956-58 6
Papists Licence, Chichester family, 1 1900-01 199
Papists' oaths,   15 1928-29 182
Pardon, For Rebellion 1498, 13 1924-25 210
Paris Street, Exeter, 1580 12 1922-23 200
Parish Clerk's Lament,   19 1936-37 316
Parish Clerks,   20 1938-39 220, 285
Parish magazine,   35 1982-86 71
Parish magazines,   13 1924-25 173
Parish Registers, Before 1538 in Devon, 11 1920-21 69
Parish Registers, Dorset, 34 1978-81 336
Parish Registers, Early, 12 1922-23 202, 203
Parish Registers, Grand Guignol' from, 33 1974-77 179
Parish Registers, Inaccuracies therein, 9 1916-17 5, 53
Parish Registers, Parracombe, 34 1978-81 108
Parish Registers,   3 1904-05 31
Parish stocks, Bradninch, 11 1920-21 67
Parishes, Devon, formation of, 17 1932-33 212
Parishes, Extinct, 16 1930-31 97
Parker, Theresa of Saltram, 37 1992-96 341
Parker, George, Enclosure for a Deer Park, 1 1900-01 15
Parker's Well, Exeter, Reynell family, 2 1902-03 137
Parkgate, Tavistock (or Tawstock), 13 1924-25 28
Parkgate, Tavistock, 12 1922-23 344
Parkhouse, William, 15 1928-29 81
Parks (Deer),   13 1924-25 100
Parliament Cornish members of, 14 1926-27 32
Parliament, Early members of, 15 1928-29 179
Parliament, Elizabethan Members of, 30 1965-67 40
Parliament, Members of, 1439-1509, 19 1936-37 219, 278, 326
Parliament, Of 1311, 16 1930-31 97, 153
Parliament, Of 1372, 20 1938-39 170
Parliamentary elections,   14 1926-27 126, 153
Parliamentary returns,   32 1971-73 171
Parminter, Lieutenant, 17 1932-33 51, 181
Parochial History,   27 1956-58 87
Parry and Halley, Families, 5 1908-09 29
Parson Joe and His Book, Story of, 8 1914-15 87
Parsons, Conjuring, 27 1956-58 108
Partridge, Family, 17 1932-33 271
Partridge, Rev. Samuel, Noted Pluralist, 1 1900-01 198
Pascoe, Ann, 34 1978-81 250
Pascoe, Erasmus, 33 1974-77 1165
Pascoe, Erasmus, 34 1978-81 101, 250
Pascoe, Family, 35 1982-86 355
Passemer, George, 29 1962-64 243
Passmore, Family, 32 1971-73 156
Past, Links with the, 20 1938-39 124
Patch, Family, 24 1950-51 18, 100
Patentees, Cornish, List of, 10 1918-19 241-49
Patentees, Devonian, List of, 10 1918-19 228-40
Patriotism, Devonian in 1803, 8 1914-15 199
Patrons and Rectors, Bondleigh, 29 1962-64 53
Patrons and Rectors, Eggesford, 29 1962-64 109
Patrons and Rectors, Eggesford, Devon, 30 1965-67 23
Patry or Patrick, Family, 15 1928-29 13, 14
Paulet, Family, 17 1932-33 167
Paulet, Family, 13 1924-25 137, 154
Paulman, I., Landscape Painter, 30 1965-67 275
Payhembury, Hille or Rull, use of names, 11 1920-21 295
Payhembury,   36 1987-91 108
Payn, James, in Devonshire, 1899, 2 1902-03 159, 192, 204,
Paynter, Alias Camborn, Family, 32 1971-73 154
Paynter, Family, 27 1956-58 93, 121, 259
Paynter, Francis, 31 1968-70 228
Paynter, Francis, 32 1971-73 85, 124
Paynter, Henry, Ministers of Seaton, 5 1908-09 83
Peach, L.du G., 14 1926-27 371
Peadington, Charter, 17 1932-33 125
Peard, Justinian, will of, 22 1942-46 10
Pearl Wedding,   10 1918-19 306
Pearse, Edmond, 16 1930-31 198
Pearse, Family, 33 1974-77 313
Pearse, Family, 14 1926-27 154
Pearse, John, A Hatherleigh Poet, 7 1912-13 42
Pearse, Rear Admiral Thomas (1759-1830), 30 1965-67 93
Peasants' Revolt, Echoes of, 16 1930-31 36
Pease, Family Diaries, 35 1982-86 354
Peat, Charcoal, 30 1965-67 118, 252
Pedestres,   16 1930-31 7
Peep Show Tour,   16 1930-31 219
Pell, Robert Claus, 32 1971-73 281
Pellew, Edward, 27 1956-58 303
Pellew, Edward, 1st Viscount Exmouth, 17 1932-33 337, 338
Pellew, Family of Flushing, Falmouth, 30 1965-67 93
Pelynt,   16 1930-31 99
Pelynt,   15 1928-29 297
Pelynt,   13 1924-25 349
Penance, At Uffculme, 36 1987-91 104
Pendarves, Family, 23 1947-49 90
Pendennis Castle, Surrender of, 24 1950-51 84
Penhawger,   23 1947-49 202
Penheale Press, Press in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 69
Penheleg., MS, 28 1959-61 125
Penhorwood, Family, 17 1932-33 185
Penpol,   14 1926-27 127, 384
Penrose, John, 27 1956-58 85
Penrose, Family, 10 1918-19 97
Penrose, Rev. John, Rector of Sowton, 1737, 3 1904-05 207, 236, 237,
Penrose, Richard, 14 1926-27 32
Penruddocke, Family, 25 1952-53 107
Penryn,   28 1959-61 329
Penryn,   15 1928-29 164
Pension Recommendation, Humphry Wilkins, 1667, 5 1908-09 30
Penson, Family, 24 1950-51 131, 158
Penson, Family, 22 1942-46 369
Penventon, Lewannick, 31 1968-70 107
Penvith, Undergraound passage, 22 1942-46 337
Penwith Hundred, Hundred, 15 1928-29 238
Penwith, Subsidies, 28 1959-61 149
Penzance, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 280
Penzance, Lease of Fair and Markets, 6 1910-11 108
Penzance, Market Cross, 6 1910-11 72
Penzance, Market Cross, 7 1912-13 48
Penzance, Tercentenary, List of Mayors, 8 1914-15 58, 121,
Penzance,   29 1962-64 128
Penzance,   15 1928-29 97, 164, 167
Pepperell, Of Massachusetts Bay, 19 1936-37 371
Peppin, George, Diary, 1839, 30 1965-67 50, 82, 140, 196
Pepys, Mrs., Birthplace of, 12 1922-23 9
Perambulation mark,   16 1930-31 261
Pering, Rev.John, d.1843, 6 1910-11 63
Periodicals, Church, 13 1924-25 202
Perranporth,   17 1932-33 328
Perranporth,   14 1926-27 104
Perranzabuloe, Church, 24 1950-51 48
Perrey, John, 18 1934-35 378
Perring, Family, 27 1956-58 287
Perring, Family, 28 1959-61 94
Perrycoste, Frank Hill, 37 1992-96 175, 207
Peter als Anthonye, John, 14 1926-27 326
Peter Pindar,   24 1950-51 21, 192, 196
Peter Pindar,   23 1947-49 361
Peter Tavy, Inscriptions in church, 37 1992-96 112
Peter, Family, 10 1918-19 11
Peter, Hugh, 18 1934-35 355, 361
Peter, Lord King, 1669-1734 12 1922-23 327
Peter, Richard, d.1910, In Memoriam, 6 1910-11 156
Peter, The Great, 22 1942-46 275
Peter, Thurstan, F.S.A., In Memoriam, 9 1916-17 225
Peter's Farthings,   20 1938-39 80
Peter's Farthings,   4 1906-07 248
Peters Fingers,   29 1962-64 181
Peters Fingers,   22 1942-46 135
Peter's Pence,   20 1938-39 81
Petherick, Family, 29 1962-64 236
Petherwin, North, 14 1926-27 273
Petition, Broadside to Mayor of Exeter, 1641, 2 1902-03 141
Petitions, Ancient, 19 1936-37 283, 331
Petre, Family, 32 1971-73 119
Petre, Family, 27 1956-58 334
Petre, Will, Murder of, 1611, 10 1918-19 50, 87
Pett, Phineas, 14 1926-27 122, 167, 168
Pett, Samuel, 14 1926-27 195
Petton, Near Bampton, 13 1924-25 160, 210, 211
Peverell, Family and Plymouth, 13 1924-25 198
Peverell,   20 1938-39 78
Peverell, Plymouth, 19 1936-37 364
Peverell,   14 1926-27 249
Pew Right, Sale of, 24 1950-51 31
Pew, A 'Sheaf', 23 1947-49 323
Pewter, Marks thereon, 7 1912-13 160, 242,
Pewter,   14 1926-27 268, 354
Pewterers, West Country, 10 1918-19 169
Pewterers, West Country, 9 1916-17 145
Pharmocopeia,   35 1982-86 335
Philadelphia,   25 1952-53 160
Phillack,   29 1962-64 63
Phillack, Cornwall, 33 1974-77 165, 249
Phillack, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 101, 250
Phillack,   35 1982-86 71
Phillips, Miss E. 15 1928-29 60
Phillpotts, Bishop, 18 1934-35 282
Phillpotts, Bishop, 17 1932-33 269
Phillpotts, Bishop, burning of portrait at Exeter, 12 1922-23 11
Phillpotts, Henry, descendants of, 34 1978-81 342
Philp, R.K., 26 1954-55 221
Phoenicians, And Cornwall, 19 1936-37 142
Photographs,   32 1971-73 282
Physicians, Royal College of, Munk's Roll, 24 1950-51 19
Physicians,   34 1978-81 80
Pie-Man, Exeter, 12 1922-23 345
Piers the pirate,   14 1926-27 372
Pig (Cremyll),   36 1987-91 326
Pig Killing,   24 1950-51 157
Pigs' Ears, At Sandford, 34 1978-81 298
Pigs' Ears,   18 1934-35 74
Pike of Bideford, Botanist 12 1922-23 6
Pilchard Fishery, Cornish, 7 1912-13 160
Pilchards and Plymouth Fort,   30 1965-67 260
Pilgrim Fathers,   18 1934-35 235
Pilgrimages, Plymbridge, 12 1922-23 158
Pilgrim's Shrine,   17 1932-33 370
Pillas, An extinct grain, 22 1942-46 199, 226, 276
Pillem,   23 1947-49 137
Pilton, Hour-glass in Church, 12 1922-23 139
Pilton, Longstone, 13 1924-25 36
Pilton,   22 1942-46 134, 331
Pilton,   15 1928-29 155, 318
Pilton,   14 1926-27 328
Pimpernel, Legend, 15 1928-29 58
Pincerna, Simon de, 19 1936-37 364
Pincombe, Gertrude, 27 1956-58 80
Pine or Pyne family,   3 1904-05 181
Pinhey, R.L., 15 1928-29 245
Pinhoe, Battle of, 12 1922-23 161
Pinhoe, Derivation of name, 12 1922-23 116, 161
Pinhoe, Derivation, 12 1922-23 214, 256
Pinhoe, Henry Grove, Vicar, 1662, 5 1908-09 76
Pinhoe, Reynolds family, 3 1904-05 16
Pinhoe, Vicaar of and Payment to, 9 1916-17 240
Pinhoe, Vicar of and Danish Raid of 1001, 11 1920-21 184, 296-301
Pinhoe, Vicar of, origin of payments to, 12 1922-23 14, 15, 60, 63, 115
Pinhoe, Vicar's Pension, 19 1936-37 23
Pinhoe,   28 1959-61 25
Pinhoe,   15 1928-29 56
Piper, Family, 9 1916-17 31
Piperell, Family, 20 1938-39 179
Pippett, Family, parish stocks, Bradninch, 11 1920-21 67
Piracy, Barnstaple ship, From a, 12 1922-23 326
Pirate Gore, In Scilly, 22 1942-46 250
Pirates, Fowey, in 1462, 12 1922-23 230
Piscina, Crediton Church, 28 1959-61 148
Piskies, Cornish Folk Lore, 7 1912-13 113
Pitman, Family, 10 1918-19 62
Pitman, Family, 12 1922-23 11, 73
Pitman, Family, 10 1918-19 223
Pitman, Miser, of Exeter, 10 1918-19 62, 91
Pitt, Family, 32 1971-73 254
Pitt, Moses, 14 1926-27 9
Pixies in the Present Day,   1 1900-01 37
Pixy House,   13 1924-25 261
Place and Field Names,, Devon, 9 1916-17 29
Place Names,   29 1962-64 11
Place Names, Bracton's notebook, in, 14 1926-27 129, 161, 199
Place Names, Clyst and Week, 9 1916-17 20, 44, 92
Place Names, Cornish, 14 1926-27 158, 317
Place Names, Cornish, terminations 'oc' and 'ow', 8 1914-15 23
Place Names, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 173
Place Names, Cote Element in, 21 1940-41 105
Place Names, Criss-cross,Crows Ash, Bradninch,, 11 1920-21 106
Place Names, Cross, 20 1938-39 133, 184, 227, 330, 387
Place Names, Cullompton, 34 1978-81 213
Place Names, Dawlish, 21 1940-41 128
Place Names, Derivations sought, 6 1910-11 148
Place Names, Element 'Silver', 2 1902-03 86
Place Names, Filace, The, 12 1922-23 250
Place Names, Foreign in Devon, 7 1912-13 222, 247,
Place Names, Hartland examples, 6 1910-11 109
Place Names, Heart's Delight, 12 1922-23 201
Place Names, Identification of some examples, 6 1910-11 80
Place Names, Newport, 20 1938-39 327
Place Names, North America, 27 1956-58 109
Place Names, North Devon, 35 1982-86 398
Place Names, of Devon, 25 1952-53 34, 69
Place Names, Pronunciation of, 16 1930-31 76, 120
Place Names, Rattenbury Cross, 34 1978-81 82
Place Names, Scilly, 34 1978-81 25
Place Names, Silver Street, 37 1992-96 180
Place Names, Society of English, 13 1924-25 359
Place Names, Society, 14 1926-27 9
Place Names, Transferred, 14 1926-27 70
Place Names, West Cornwall, 24 1950-51 127
Place Names, White Cross, 37 1992-96 305
Place Names, Wressing, 20 1938-39 323
Place Names,   18 1934-35 114, 126, 278
Place Names,   31 1968-70 123
Place Names,   25 1952-53 50
Place Names,   17 1932-33 61, 179, 185, 188, 227, 320, 328
Place Names,   16 1930-31 8, 10, 11, 51, 52, 72, 100, 113, 119, 120, 148, 150, 154, 340
Place Names,   15 1928-29 291, 362
Plague Market, Merivale, 2 1902-03 127
Plague Market, in Merrivale hut circles, 22 1942-46 97
Plague, Devon and North Bovey, 6 1910-11 197
Plans of Exeter,   17 1932-33 37
Plant-names, Local, 16 1930-31 64
Plant-names, Local, 15 1928-29 285
Plasterwork, Lanhydrocl, 35 1982-86 315
Plasterwork, Ornamental, 29 1962-64 115
Plasterwork, Overmantel at Bitbeare Farm, Winkleigh, 30 1965-67 74
Plasterwork,   14 1926-27 29, 289
Playhouse, at Topsham, 22 1942-46 300
Playing Places, Cornish, 7 1912-13 172
Plots (Monmouth Rebellion),   37 1992-96 281
Pluckley (Kent),   31 1968-70 181
Plymbridge, Pilgrimages, 12 1922-23 158
Plymouth & Dartmoor Railway,   35 1982-86 256
Plymouth Brethren Chapel,   29 1962-64 9, 92, 230
Plymouth Brethren,   33 1974-77 130
Plymouth Brethren, Mary Lee, Novel on, 12 1922-23 296
Plymouth, And Newfoundland, 30 1965-67 234
Plymouth, And Devonport, 34 1978-81  
Plymouth, And Dartmoor Railroad, 23 1947-49 380
Plymouth, Apothecaries, 35 1982-86 159
Plymouth, Appeal to London 1645 12 1922-23 29
Plymouth, Assault Case in 1788, 10 1918-19 225
Plymouth, Bond 1555, 22 1942-46 205
Plymouth, Borough police force, 36 1987-91 58
Plymouth, Census returns, 36 1987-91 138
Plymouth, Chantry priests at, 18 1934-35 352
Plymouth, Charles Church, 29 1962-64 189
Plymouth, Charles Church, 23 1947-49 115
Plymouth, Charles Church, 6 1910-11 200
Plymouth, Charles Church, 1 1900-01 189, 201,
Plymouth, Churches of, 10 1918-19 197
Plymouth, Company and Maine, 18 1934-35 134
Plymouth, Corpus Christi Church, 23 1947-49 344
Plymouth, Court of Augmentation, Letter, 7 1912-13 75
Plymouth, Devonport workhouse, 35 1982-86 79
Plymouth, Dock, 22 1942-46 25
Plymouth, Dock, 27 1956-58 270
Plymouth, Dominicans, 11 1920-21 247
Plymouth, Early Deed, 18 1934-35 171
Plymouth, East Stonehouse, grant of land, 22 1942-46 181
Plymouth, Emigration depot, 36 1987-91 188
Plymouth, Fishing Feast, Origins of, 30 1965-67 155
Plymouth, Fort, Pilchards and, 30 1965-67 260
Plymouth, Freemen, 1664, 24 1950-51 116
Plymouth, French Church, 11 1920-21 68
Plymouth, French Church, 11 1920-21 111
Plymouth, Giants on the Hoe, 28 1959-61 63
Plymouth, Guildhall, old windows of, 26 1954-55 217
Plymouth, H.M. Ships at, 1814, 30 1965-67 304
Plymouth, Harcourt family, 13 1924-25 198, 255, 352
Plymouth, Hoe, 27 1956-58 299
Plymouth, Household Goods, 17th Century, 30 1965-67 132
Plymouth, Institutions, 35 1982-86 364
Plymouth, Letter from 1649, 7 1912-13 73
Plymouth, Memorial to the Pilgrim Fathers, 18 1934-35 235
Plymouth, Memories, MSS of James Yonge, 1831, 1 1900-01 87
Plymouth, Mount Edgecumbe, 23 1947-49 15
Plymouth, Mud Street Wesley Chapel, 22 1942-46 157
Plymouth, Nelson at, 15 1928-29 5
Plymouth, Newspaper 1855, 27 1956-58 46
Plymouth, Office of Lord High Steward, 10 1918-19 217
Plymouth, Old Almshouse, 36 1987-91 133
Plymouth, Old, 24 1950-51 125
Plymouth, Peverell family, 13 1924-25 198
Plymouth, Plan of in London Magazine, 7 1912-13 79
Plymouth, Prison Ships at, 1807-1813, 30 1965-67 274
Plymouth, Prison, 35 1982-86 33
Plymouth, Rectory and Vicarage, 5 1908-09 71
Plymouth, Reservoir Tablets, 27 1956-58 15
Plymouth, Royal Visit to in 1833, 30 1965-67 223
Plymouth, Seal of Council for Affairs of New England in, 9 1916-17 209
Plymouth, Shipping, 15 1928-29 127, 163, 166
Plymouth, Siege of, 29 1962-64 145
Plymouth, Siloam Church, 23 1947-49 344
Plymouth, St.Andrew (1391), 13 1924-25 89
Plymouth, Stables at Crownhill Fort, 36 1987-91 70
Plymouth, The Old Prysten House, 30 1965-67 298
Plymouth, Universalism in, 30 1965-67 139
Plymouth,   29 1962-64 9, 92, 145, 159, 187, 189, 230, 279
Plymouth,   31 1968-70 63, 96, 150, 181
Plymouth,   33 1974-77 44, 79, 131, 132
Plymouth,   27 1956-58 51, 57, 128, 153, 207
Plymouth,   22 1942-46 10, 90
Plymouth,   19 1936-37 37, 77, 202, 313, 315, 317, 364
Plymouth,   17 1932-33 297
Plymouth,   16 1930-31 5, 6, 197, 198
Plymouth,   14 1926-27 378
Plympton, Canons of and Joel the Knight, 3 1904-05 107
Plympton, Cartulary, 13 1924-25 97, 167
Plympton, Castle, Newnham Park, 9 1916-17 110
Plympton, Churchyard Cross, 1 1900-01 209
Plympton, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 303
Plympton, Norman corbels, 11 1920-21 1
Plympton, Priory Charters, 19 1936-37 41
Plympton, Priory MSS, 14 1926-27 32
Plympton, Priory, 22 1942-46 151
Plympton, Proposed Bishopric, 17 1932-33 224
Plympton, St.Maurice Registers, 3 1904-05 206
Plympton,   30 1965-67 19
Plympton,   32 1971-73 76, 124
Plympton,   25 1952-53 150
Plympton,   15 1928-29 79, 172
Plymtree, Church, 27 1956-58 121
Poem, Earliest in Devon Dialect, 12 1922-23 233
Poems on Death of One 'Slack', Noted Butcher and Boxer, 1 1900-01 69, 109
Poems on Devonshire, J.H.Reynolds, by, 5 1908-09 87
Poetry, The Gododdin Poem, 37 1992-96 192
Poets at Lunmouth,   27 1956-58 82
Poictiers, Hero of, 18 1934-35 314
Pointz, Family, 13 1924-25 281
Pointz, Family, 17 1932-33 360
Polaccas,   16 1930-31 295
Pole, Courtenay, Account Book, 22 1942-46 200, 239, 251
Pole, Carew, Letters, 2 1902-03 12
Pole, Elizabeth, 20 1938-39 78
Pole, Monument, Colyton Church, 9 1916-17 1
Pole, Periam, 14 1926-27 169
Pole, Periam, Talaton, 7 1912-13 206
Polesby Fee,   18 1934-35 34
Polhugo, Family, 25 1952-53 142, 175
Polhugo, Family, 24 1950-51 60
Polhugo, Family, 23 1947-49 268, 326
Police Force, Plymouth, 36 1987-91 58
Policeman, Very early Victorian, 27 1956-58 113
Politics, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 40
Politics, Career of Isaac Foot, 34 1978-81 128
Polkerris,   25 1952-53 160
Polkerris,   22 1942-46 235
Pollard and Hext, Families, 12 1922-23 343
Pollard, Arms, 26 1954-55 63
Pollard, Arms, 25 1952-53 223
Pollard, Family, 30 1965-67 185, 253
Pollard, Family of Waye and Horwood, 3 1904-05 52, 79,
Pollard,   29 1962-64 252, 302
Polperro, Cornwall, 37 1992-96 175, 207
Polrode, Manor of, 36 1987-91 61
Polruan,   15 1928-29 164
Polsloe, Bradford, held by, 19 1936-37 223
Polsloe, Pond, 19 1936-37 24
Polsloe, Priory, 21 1940-41 171
Polsloe, Priory, 20 1938-39 42, 142
Polsloe, Priory, 18 1934-35 170, 213, 321
Polsloe, Priory, 11 1920-21 126
Polsloe, Priory, 3 1904-05 232
Polsloe, Tiles, 19 1936-37 36
Polsue, Joseph, 20 1938-39 372
Poltesco, Carved Figure of Crucifixtion, 21 1940-41 170
Poltimore,   29 1962-64 235
Poltimore,   30 1965-67 23
Polwalter,   20 1938-39 375
Polwhele, Revd. Richard, Editor of a work of Poems, 7 1912-13 176
Polwhele, William, 15 1928-29 244
Pomeroy and Derby, Families, 12 1922-23 160
Pomeroy, Arms, 25 1952-53 133
Pomeroy, Family, 30 1965-67 120
Pomeroy, Family, 24 1950-51 9
Pomeroy, Pedigree of, 19 1936-37 162
Pomeroy, Ralf, 29 1962-64 193
Pons Martinorum,   21 1940-41 108
Poor Law, The New , and Pauper Apprenticeship in Devon, 30 1965-67 145
Poor Law,   25 1952-53 41
Poor Law,, Administration at Honeychurch, 1 1900-01 54
Poor, Apprentices at Yealmpton, 34 1978-81 192
Poor, House, Ilsington, 1815, 30 1965-67 195
Poor, Non-native at Ugborough, 14 1926-27 134
Pope, Eugenius III, Bull of, 34 1978-81 307
Pope, Thomas, 14 1926-27 10
Popery, Protestation against (1641), 13 1924-25 51, 110
Popham, Sir John, Portrait at Blundell's School, 3 1904-05 33
Poplars,   18 1934-35 177
Pople's New London Inn,   19 1936-37 81
Poppy Heads, Location of Churches with, 2 1902-03 170
Poppy Heads,   18 1934-35 176
Popular Expressions,   24 1950-51 130, 196
Popular Expressions,   23 1947-49 362
Population, Devon, 34 1978-81 335
Population, Exeter, 33 1974-77 141
Population, Two Exeter Parishes, 35 1982-86 89
Porch fireplaces in Devon churches,   12 1922-23 1, 70, 119
Porkellis, Cornwall, 34 1978-81 253
Porlock,   16 1930-31 72
Port Wrinkle,   20 1938-39 84, 140
Portledge,   23 1947-49 33
Ports, Cornish, 29 1962-64 270
Ports, Devon and Cornish, 25 1952-53 139
Ports, Devon, 17 1932-33 48
Ports, Of Cornwall in the Middle Ages, 23 1947-49 65
Portugal, A "Cornish" Cross in, 30 1965-67 166
Portugue,   25 1952-53 49
Portuguese Coins, Moidores in West Country, 8 1914-15 22, 56, 122,
Posbury, Battle of, 28 1959-61 105
Posset-Pans,   7 1912-13 105, 121, 122,
Postal Service, Devon, 36 1987-91 166
Postal Service,   22 1942-46 296
Postbridge,   23 1947-49 265, 298
Pot culture,   35 1982-86 353
Pot de Vin, Totnes, 1 1900-01 254
Potato, Introduction of, 15 1928-29 113
Potato, Crop Failures in SW England 1845-47, 30 1965-67 97, 172
Potter, Arms, 13 1924-25 246
Potteries,   33 1974-77 260
Pottery (prehistoric),   13 1924-25 73, 103
Poughill, Cornwall, 13 1924-25 291
Poughill, Hospital, 14 1926-27 279
Poundhouses (cider presses),   33 1974-77 59, 90
Poundstock, Patron Saint of Church, 23 1947-49 342
Powderham, Repairs to Castle, 1539, 2 1902-03 237
Powderham, MSS, 23 1947-49 55, 332
Powderham,   18 1934-35 275, 322, 375
Powderham,, Elzra Cleaveland, Rector, 1697, 10 1918-19 313
Powderich,   13 1924-25 154
Powell, Rev.J.R., Parochial Notes on N. Devon, 11 1920-21 149
Powell's Parochial Notes,   19 1936-37 264
Prance, Isaac, 16 1930-31 295
Pratt, Family, 17 1932-33 228, 263
Prayer-books,   36 1987-91 345
Preaux, Pruz, Prouse, Origins of, Gidleigh, 4 1906-07 148, 229,
Prebends, Five of Cullompton, 19 1936-37 139
Precentor's mantelpiece in Deanery House,   13 1924-25 352
Presbyterian Meeting, Launceston, 28 1959-61 324
Presbyterian,   37 1992-96 121
Prescriptions,   32 1971-73 123
Presentment, St.Veryan, 17 1932-33 48
Presentments , Of Sessions and Leet juries, 16 1930-31 177
Presentments, Wardens Of 1688, 7 1912-13 236
Press-gang, In 1623 14 1926-27 175
Press-gang, In North Devon, 13 1924-25 121
Pressing Iron and Shears,   22 1942-46 164
Prest, Agnes, 31 1968-70 154
Preston Street, Exeter, Ancient Building, 9 1916-17 4, 49
Preston Street, Exeter, Ancient Building, 8 1914-15 161
Priaulx, Dom Adam de, 17 1932-33 53
Price, Thomas of Poole in Devon 11 1920-21 250
Prices in 1696   15 1928-29 308
Prideaux, Bishop of Wocester 1641-50, 11 1920-21 82
Prideaux, Crest of Family, 8 1914-15 112
Prideaux, Family of Tavistock, 7 1912-13 109
Prideaux, Family, 36 1987-91 376
Prideaux, Family, 9 1916-17 208, 240,
Prideaux, Lt.Col.F.B., Memoir of, 20 1938-39 193
Priests executed (1548-9),   13 1924-25 57, 264
Prince, John His Genealogy, 14 1926-27 180, 182, 202
Prince, John, 33 1974-77 86
Prince, John, 34 1978-81 301
Prince, John, Author, 6 1910-11 101
Prince, John, Author, 5 1908-09 220, 262,
Prince, John, Constable of Hundred of Axminster, 1663, 5 1908-09 73
Prince, Leonard, 20 1938-39 319
Prince, Memorial to, 18 1934-35 174
Prince, Of Orange, Hs Flag, 1 1900-01 25
Prince, William, 17 1932-33 231
Prince, Worthies', 18 1934-35 76
Prince's "Worthies of Devon",   31 1968-70 67, 95, 171
Prince's Worthies, Pre-publication advertisement, 2 1902-03 125
Princetown, Chapel of Tor Royal, 9 1916-17 182, 183
Princetown, Ivybridge, A New Road, 7 1912-13 274
Princetown, Massacre, 36 1987-91 248
Printer, John Mudge, Plymouth, 9 1916-17 196
Printers of the Statutes, 16th century, 6 1910-11 110
Printers, Early, Exeter, 29 1962-64 164
Printers, Exeter, 36 1987-91 255, 273, 326
Printing, Cornish, 11 1920-21 138
Prints, Devon, 14 1926-27 348
Prints, Topographical, 32 1971-73 185
Prior, Of St.Nichiolas, Exeter, 22 1942-46 191
Priory, Launceston, 19 1936-37 19
Priory, Mount Grace, Yorkshire, 24 1950-51 59
Priory, Plympton, 19 1936-37 41
Priory, Polsloe, 21 1940-41 171
Priory, Southwark, 34 1978-81 82
Priory, St.Gregory (?), Cornwall, 8 1914-15 122
Priory, St.James', 21 1940-41 174
Priory, St.Katherine's, Polsloe, 19 1936-37 356
Priory, St.Nicholas, Exeter, 21 1940-41 23, 68
Priory, Totnes, 21 1940-41 22
Priory, Tywardreath, 36 1987-91 277
Prison, Plymouth, 35 1982-86 33
Prison, Ships at Plymouth, 1807-13, 30 1965-67 274
Prisoners in Devon, Taken by Ed.Courtenay, Reign of Richard II, 1 1900-01 181
Prisoners of War,   15 1928-29 180
Prisoners of War, American at Ashburton, 2 1902-03 129, 185,
Prisons, Manor, in Cornwall, 11 1920-21 251
Privateer Agreement, Admiral Edwards of Dartmouth 1779, 7 1912-13 141, 148,
Privateering,   35 1982-86 365
Probate courts,   33 1974-77 180
Probus,   29 1962-64 62
Probus,   23 1947-49 181
Probus,   15 1928-29 245
Probushomo (Pridham),   13 1924-25 197
Processions,   16 1930-31 50
Procurations,   13 1924-25 197
Proper,   26 1954-55 20
Protestant opinion,   33 1974-77 177
Protestation, Against Popery 1641, 13 1924-25 51, 110
Protestation, Axminster Oath Rolls, 10 1918-19 293
Protestation, Oaths Roll, 26 1954-55 188
Protestation, Of 1640, 8 1914-15 110
Protestation, Returns, 32 1971-73 217
Protestation, Uffculme Oath Rolls, 10 1918-19 253
Prout, J.S., 27 1956-58 197
Prout, Samuel, ancestry of, 12 1922-23 137
Prouz, Family, Giffard Fee, 6 1910-11 51
Prouz, Family, 29 1962-64 142
Prouz,   22 1942-46 26, 102
Proverbs, Personal, 13 1924-25 16, 206
Proving or pruning oven,   13 1924-25 201
Provisions, 18th century, 16 1930-31 40
Provost, Woman (1473) 17 1932-33 366
Prowse , Arms of, 2 1902-03 169,
Prowse, Family, 36 1987-91 260
Prowse, Family, 26 1954-55 140, 188
Prowse, Memorials, Chagford Church, 9 1916-17 81, 121, 150
Prowz, Aveton-Giffard, 5 1908-09 133, 150, 152,
Prsbyterian chapels,   27 1956-58 296
Prudum, William, 17 1932-33 347
Prysten House, Plymouth, 17 1932-33 297
Psalter, Ide de Ralegh's, 22 1942-46 35
Psalter, Ide de Ralegh's, 21 1940-41 206
Publication of Devon Documents,   37 1992-96 312, 344
Publications received,   35 1982-86 279, 400
Puddicombe, House, Drewsteignton, 20 1938-39 317
Puddicombe, Thomas, Vicar of Branscombe 1794-1827, 7 1912-13 128, 177,
Puddicombe, Vicar of Branscombe, 1539, 2 1902-03 37
Puffins,   36 1987-91 193
Pugsley, Family, 32 1971-73 203
Pullain, Cardinal Robert, 5 1908-09 262
Pulman Memorials, 17 1932-33 170
Pulman, Well and pump, 17 1932-33 365
Pulman's, Book of the Axe, 20 1938-39 140, 232
Pulsford,   30 1965-67 59
Puncknowle, Dorset, 15 1928-29 148
Purdon, R.A., 15 1928-29 284
Purgation,   13 1924-25 182
Puritan, Divines of Barnstaple, 6 1910-11 168
Puritan, Ministers, 18 1934-35 26
Puritanism, And New England, 18 1934-35 86, 138
Puritans, A Group of Elizabethan, 30 1965-67 61, 62, 95
Puritans, Elizabethan, 29 1962-64 295
Putford, East, 34 1978-81 39
Putt, Hatchments at Gittisham, 19 1936-37 300
Putt, Tom, Apples, 7 1912-13 47, 64, 99, 140
Pycroft, Dr., of Exeter, 1863, 7 1912-13 45
Pyke, Pedigree, 14th century, 4 1906-07 125, 140,
Pyle, Of Talaton, 18 1934-35 70
Pyne, Family of Upton Pyne, 7 1912-13 134, 155, 233,
Pyne, Family, 22 1942-46 103
Pyne, Family, 14 1926-27 292, 361
Pyne, James, early emigrant to America, 11 1920-21 67
Pyne, Thomas, early emigrant to America, 11 1920-21 67
Quaker Doctor,   28 1959-61 314
Quakers,   17 1932-33 45
Quarries,   29 1962-64 235
Quarries, Salcombe Regis, 17 1932-33 30
Quarry, Wishworthy, at Lawhitton, 36 1987-91 327
Quash, Joseph, Receiver-General, 7 1912-13 77
Quay, Sir William Lemon's, 30 1965-67 318
Queen of Spain's Fusiliers,   37 1992-96 22
Queen Victoria, Cornish miners' petition to, 36 1987-91 204
Quethiock,   14 1926-27 127, 384
Quick, Henry, 29 1962-64 240
Quilling,   16 1930-31 148
Quondam chivaler,   15 1928-29 351
Quott-at-Cross,   21 1940-41 86
Rabbit Warrens,   35 1982-86 295, 390, 391
Rabbits on Dartmoor,   34 1978-81 55
Rackenford, MSS, 11 1920-21 93
Rackenford, Tiverton saying about Rackenford 31 1968-70 119, 189
Raddon's Gift, Plymouth, 22 1942-46 90
Radford, Family, 27 1956-58 209, 249
Radford, Nicholas, 26 1954-55 117
Radford, Wills, 25 1952-53 109
Radford,   16 1930-31 338
Radfordiana Devoniensis,   28 1959-61 16, 42, 82, 112, 137, 176, 288
Radigund, The name, 32 1971-73 95
Radium Ore, Cornwall, 11 1920-21 221
Radium, Sources in Devon, 21 1940-41 77
Railroad, Plymouth and Dartmoor, 23 1947-49 380
Railway, Lynton and Barnstaple, 30 1965-67 27
Railway, Bideford, Westward Ho! And Appledore, 30 1965-67 240
Railways, Cornwall, 29 1962-64 270
Railways,   36 1987-91 9, 85
Rainsford, Margaret, 13 1924-25 153, 209
Ralegh, And Defoe, 20 1938-39 63
Ralegh, Exeter, And, 10 1918-19 252
Ralegh, George, Will of, 1595, 1 1900-01 290
Ralegh, History of the World', 22 1942-46 93
Ralegh, Ide de, 22 1942-46 35
Ralegh, Ide de, 21 1940-41 192
Ralegh, In Verse, 21 1940-41 206
Ralegh, In Verse, 20 1938-39 41
Ralegh, John, 13 1924-25 137
Ralegh, Lady, 3 1904-05 279
Ralegh, Lord Chancellor, As, 10 1918-19 38, 174, 259
Ralegh, Or Rawleigh Family, 7 1912-13 19
Ralegh, Sir Walter and a Treatise on War, 4 1906-07 223
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 23 1947-49 46
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 15 1928-29 22
Raleigh, Sir Walter, A Lawyer ?, 4 1906-07 186
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Book by Dr.Brushfield, 5 1908-09 41
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Engraving of, 2 1902-03 267
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Execution of, 5 1908-09 72
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Lament on Death of, 1657, 1 1900-01 212
Raleigh, Sir Walter, retirement, 37 1992-96 237
Raleigh, Sir Walter, retirement, 27 1956-58 97
Raleigh, Sir Walter, works, 31 1968-70 177
Raleigh, Tombstone in Famagusta, Cyprus, 1 1900-01 33
Raleigh, Walter v. Roger Slade 1 1900-01 150
Raleigh, Will of John of Topsham, 1501, 2 1902-03 201, 202,
Raleighad,   19 1936-37 362
Raleighe, John of Forde, Will Abstract, 8 1914-15 181
Ram of Dean Prior,   13 1924-25 56
Rame arms,   13 1924-25 56
Randel, Andrew, 31 1968-70 194
Rashleigh, Alice, 17 1932-33 362
Rashleigh, Family of Barnstaple, 4 1906-07 201
Rashleigh, Peter, 22 1942-46 127
Rashleigh, Peter, 'Verses from an Urn', 24 1950-51 61
Ratcliff, Thomas, 14 1926-27 108
Ratcliffe,   23 1947-49 265
Rattenbury Cross,   33 1974-77 357
Rattenbury Cross,   34 1978-81 82
Rattenbury, John, Smuggler of Beer, 8 1914-15 123
Rattery, Church, Tenor Bell, 10 1918-19 49
Rattery, Church Terrier 1617, 10 1918-19 126
Rawley, Walter, 34 1978-81 11
Rawlings, Family, 10 1918-19 292
Rawlinson, Family, 32 1971-73 155
Rawridge, Chapel, Upottery, 35 1982-86 327
Raybarrow Pool,   10 1918-19 174
Raynward, Of Cornwall, 7 1912-13 140
Read, Emigrant, 17 1932-33 280
Reapers' Dialogue, East Devon, In, 3 1904-05 26
Rebellion, Pardon for 1498, 13 1924-25 210
Recipes,   32 1971-73 253
Record Society (Devon and Cornwall), MS collections of, 13 1924-25 226
Records, Old Devonshire, 23 1947-49 53, 93
Rectories, Cornish, 19 1936-37 11
Red Lion, Exeter Inn, 12 1922-23 81
Red River, The Lost Name of, 30 1965-67 249
Rede or Reade, William, d.1385, 12 1922-23 249
Redruth,   23 1947-49 304
Redruth,   14 1926-27 249
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 6 1910-11 96
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 25 1952-53 102
Redvers, Family Pedigree, 18 1934-35 246
Regimental colours,   16 1930-31 247
Regimental March, D.C.L.I.'s, 10 1918-19 328
Registers, Burials, etc., licence for, 15 1928-29 280
Registers, Camborne, 21 1940-41 52
Registers, Parish, transcription of, 21 1940-41 32
Registers, Parochial of Poor Apprentices, 22 1942-46 170
Registers, Sidbury Parish, 19 1936-37 316
Registers, Unchristened Children, 12 1922-23 307
Regne Lodbrog, Lethbridge Ancestor, 1 1900-01 187, 214, 255,
Reichel, Revd. Oswald, In Memoriam, 12 1922-23 289
Relics of Civil War, Membury, 1 1900-01 118
Religious Houses, Armorials of the in Devon and Cornwall, 25 1952-53 25
Religious Houses, Armorials of, 24 1950-51 148, 197
Religious Houses, Cartularies, 19 1936-37 142
Religious Houses, Lead, 19 1936-37 122
Religious Houses, Persons ejected from, 18 1934-35 45
Religious Houses, Persons ejected from, 17 1932-33 81, 143, 191, 238, 285, 334, 337, 381
Religious Sect, the Family of Love, 37 1992-96 230
Reminges, Lands in and Prior of Launceston, 10 1918-19 55
Renaissance Woodwork, Devon Examples, 6 1910-11 65, 97,
Rendel, Family, 30 1965-67 93
Rendle, Andrew, 31 1968-70 194
Renolds, Family of Pinhoe, 3 1904-05 16
Rent Roll of Nance family 1625,   13 1924-25 278
Rent, Of a Red Rose, 20 1938-39 324
Rental, Duchy of Cornwall, Saltash, 22 1942-46 332
Restoration commissioners,   13 1924-25 314
Retter, Surname, 33 1974-77 124
Revels,   14 1926-27 10
Rewallin, Charles, Virginal Maker, 17th century, Exeter, 9 1916-17 241
Reynell, Alexander, Memoir of, 20 1938-39 289
Reynell, Family Connections of, 1 1900-01 111, 112, 152, 176,
Reynell, Family Connections of, 27 1956-58 188
Reynell, Family of Parker's Well, 2 1902-03 137
Reynell, Sir Thomas, diary of, 34 1978-81 214
Reynolds, Family of Pinhoe, 5 1908-09 43
Reynolds, John of the Mint in the Tower, 6 1910-11 57
Reynolds, John, Merchant of Exeter, 6 1910-11 57
Reynolds, Portrait of King George III 12 1922-23 8
Reynolds, Portrait, 22 1942-46 120
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 19 1936-37 338
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Maternal ancestry, 7 1912-13 49
Reynolds, Sir Joshua's MS Notes, 6 1910-11 151,214,
Rhodes, George, Vicar of Colyton, 5 1908-09 1
Richard I, Shield of, 22 1942-46 95, 135, 303
Richard, fitz Ralph, 14 1926-27 248, 310, 355
Richard, Of Devon, 13 1924-25 196
Richards, George, Artist of Bideford, 7 1912-13 273
Richards, Reuben, 15 1928-29 10, 199
Richards, Thomas, Prior of Totnes, 16th century, 2 1902-03 72
Ridge and Furrow, Devon and Cornwall, 24 1950-51 2, 132
Ridge Tiles, Equestrian, 11 1920-21 264
Rigging of Ships, Rigges and granpoles, use of, 11 1920-21 151, 202
Right of Way,   16 1930-31 8, 73, 74
Ringmore,   15 1928-29 356
Rings, Memorial, 17 1932-33 126
Riot at Helston 1791   10 1918-19 315
Rippn Tor, Cross on, 4 1906-07 10
Rippon Tor, Cross on, 3 1904-05 177
Risdon, Anthony, 20 1938-39 323
Risdon, Armorial plates in, 22 1942-46 23
Rivallis, Peter de, 18 1934-35 200
River Exe, Boat 'The Swan' 11 1920-21 88
River names (Cornwall),   13 1924-25 114
River names,   24 1950-51 19, 65, 97, 130
River Names, Devon, 23 1947-49 360
Rixman, John, 14 1926-27 22
Road, Plan of a "New", 29 1962-64 50, 184
Road, Roman, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Roads, Ilsington, 34 1978-81 203, 240
Roads, Old, Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, 20 1938-39 81
Roads, Princetown to Ivybridge, 1812, 7 1912-13 274
Robert of Plympton, Archdeacon of Totnes 5 1908-09 19
Robin Hood Games,   13 1924-25 260
Robin, The weeping, 27 1956-58 237
Roborough, Rectors of, 28 1959-61 279
Roborough,   23 1947-49 241
Roche, Saint, a letter of, 36 1987-91 153
Roche,   23 1947-49 299
Rock names, Names in Cornwall, 13 1924-25 114
Rock, W.F., 14 1926-27 173
Rockbeare,   14 1926-27 196
Rocque's Plan of Exeter,   6 1910-11 240
Rodney, Family, 24 1950-51 56
Rodney, Family, 25 1952-53 141
Roger, John of Staverton, 26 1954-55 26
Roger, Poet, 12th century, 21 1940-41 315
Rogers and Leman of Plymouth,   12 1922-23 160
Rogers, William Henry, 22 1942-46 241
Rogers, W.H.Hamilton, 20 1938-39 122
Rogers, William Henry Hamilton, F.S.A., In Memoriam, 8 1914-15 1
Rolle, Alexander of Parkgate, 4 1906-07 93
Rolle, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Rolle, Family, 25 1952-53 26
Rolle, Family, 20 1938-39 83
Rolle, Lord and the Reford Act,1832, 24 1950-51 144
Rolle, Pedigree, 26 1954-55 26
Rolle, Pedigree, 8 1914-15 221
Rolle, Samuel, 23 1947-49 297
Rolle, Signet Ring with Arms, 1 1900-01 196
Rolle's Swiss Regiment,   19 1936-37 319, 369
Rolling Pins, Bristol Rollers, 11 1920-21 36, 73, 104, 105, 158, 210,
Rolls, Henry, 15 1928-29 94
Roman coin, In Exeter, 13 1924-25 345
Roman coin, In Exeter, 14 1926-27 19
Roman coin, North Tawton, at, 14 1926-27 19
Roman Exeter,   22 1942-46 375
Roman Remains, Exeter Cathedral, 11 1920-21 32
Roman Road and Camp, North Devon, 27 1956-58 335
Roman Roads,   30 1965-67 27
Roman, Missing Inscription, 17 1932-33 55
Roman, Settlement, 17 1932-33 124
Roman, Villa, 17 1932-33 40, 43
Roman, Wine jar, 17 1932-33 115
Romano-British inscription,   13 1924-25 274, 308
Romano-British site, Stroke Gabriel, 27 1956-58 312
Rooke and Crane, Families, 11 1920-21 251
Rookes, S.E., 13 1924-25 3
Rooknet,   20 1938-39 79
Roope Harris, Assumption of name, 7 1912-13 112
Roope, Ricrad, 14 1926-27 369
Roridge, Chapel, 15 1928-29 8, 66
Roscarrock, Arms, 13 1924-25 319
Roscarrock, Nicholas, 37 1992-96 185
Rose Ash,   22 1942-46 62
Rose Ash,   21 1940-41 113
Rose Ash,   16 1930-31 134, 154, 155
Rose Ash,   23 1947-49 198
Rose Ash, And the Hals family, 23 1947-49 51
Rose Ash,   15 1928-29 352
Roseland, Methodism in, 30 1965-67 323
Roskimmer, Arms, 13 1924-25 319, 356
Rossiter, Origin of surname, 36 1987-91 249
Rosuggan, Family, 24 1950-51 88
Rougemont House,   20 1938-39 286
Round-house, Machine-house, Or, 11 1920-21 285
Rounds or Playing Places, Cornish, 7 1912-13 172
Rounsavell, Richard of Devon and Connecticut, 37 1992-96 274
Rous(e), Family, 17 1932-33 185, 236
Rousdon, Portrait at, 19 1936-37 363
Rouse Goblet,   18 1934-35 290
Rowe, Arms and Motto, 2 1902-03 4
Rowe, Family Arms and Motto, 3 1904-05 56
Rowe, Family, 28 1959-61 29, 59, 94, 125, 266, 294
Rowe, Family, 29 1962-64 60, 65, 116, 176, 286
Rowe, Family, 31 1968-70 120
Rowe, Family, 27 1956-58 286, 314
Rowe, Family, 13 1924-25 4, 70
Rowe, Family, Brass, etc., Staverton, 2 1902-03 122, 163,
Rowe, George, 33 1974-77 56
Rowe, Joshua Brooking, In Memoriam, 5 1908-09 121
Rowe, Rev.James John, 18 1934-35 273
Rowe, Richard, 21 1940-41 145
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Family and El Cid, 30 1965-67 314
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Methuen, Howard Families and Holcombe Court, 30 1965-67 136
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections, Thomas of Dunchideock, 30 1965-67 24
Rowe-Pine-Coffin Connections,   30 1965-67 15
Rowes, Of Kingston in Staverton, 19 1936-37 156
Rowlandson, A View in Devonshire', engraving, 10 1918-19 126, 169
Royal Arms, Exeter, 28 1959-61 325
Royal Arms, Exeter Cathedral, 3 1904-05 38
Royal Arms, Hall of Vicars Choral, 18 1934-35 130
Royal Arms, In Churches, 18 1934-35 52
Royal Arms, In Plaster, 14 1926-27 290
Royal Oak Goblet,   18 1934-35 290
Royal, Arms Appeal, 30 1965-67 21
Royal, Coat of Arms at Poltimore, 30 1965-67 23
Royal, Residence, 14 1926-27 378
Royal, Visit to Plymouth, 1833, 30 1965-67 223
Royalist Administration, Civil War, 31 1968-70 41
Royalist, Cornish Family in 17th century, 25 1952-53 89, 116
Ruald's Fief, Devolution of, 28 1959-61 3, 37, 69, 100, 132, 189
Ruald's Fief, Devolution of, 27 1956-58 275, 289, 321
Rudall, Family, 33 1974-77 181
Rugge, Rev. John, 17 1932-33 163
Rull,   21 1940-41 86
Rumbelow, Family, 11 1920-21 148
Rundell, Alice, 36 1987-91 62
Rundle, Arundell, 25 1952-53 79
Rundle, Family, 24 1950-51 158, 196
Rundle, MS, 14 1926-27 295
Rundle,   23 1947-49 27
Run-rig,   19 1936-37 175
Rural Dean, of Totnes, 28 1959-61 305
Rural Dean's Notebooks, Cornwall, 23 1947-49 161
Rural Deans,   33 1974-77 33
Rurde, Arms, 13 1924-25 5
Russell, Earls of Bedford, 17 1932-33 13
Rydon, Robert, earl of, 36 1987-91 211379
Ryse, Rebus, 17 1932-33 359
Ryse, Rebus of, 18 1934-35 78
S.P.C.K. in the West,   11 1920-21 178
Sacheverell Hall, Exmouth, 12 1922-23 156, 217, 260
Sackebye Fortescue Marriage, 2 1902-03 98, 159,
Sacrament Certificate, Certificate, 22 1942-46 304
Sacrament, Certiicate of receiving, 14 1926-27 294, 363, 365, 366
Sacrilege, Torre Abbey, at, 14 1926-27 25
Sadborow Yeomanry,   19 1936-37 157
Saffron crocus,   36 1987-91 39
Sailor, Hampshire, in Devonport, 29 1962-64 113, 227
Sailors,   32 1971-73 179
Saint Brioc, 15 1928-29 267
Saint Buryan, 18 1934-35 294
Saint Buryan, 15 1928-29 78
Saint Buryan, Deans of, 10 1918-19 31
Saint Buryan, Deans of, 9 1916-17 18
Saint Carantoc, 15 1928-29 171
Saint Catherine's Chantry, Fremington, 16 1930-31 32
Saint Christopher, 13 1924-25 194, 289
Saint Clare's Well, Hartland, 12 1922-23 314
Saint Cleer, monumnets, 17 1932-33 146
Saint Clement, Truro, registers 11 1920-21 220
Saint Columb Major, 14 1926-27 23
Saint Columb Minor, Devon Entries in register, 6 1910-11 51
Saint Cuthbert or Cuby, 12 1922-23 302
Saint Cuthbert or Cuby, 12 1922-23 247
Saint David's church, exeter, 12 1922-23 28
Saint Day, 17 1932-33 302, 337,
Saint Day, Holy Trinity Chapel at, 17 1932-33 349
Saint Decumen, 17 1932-33 282
Saint Elwin, 15 1928-29 267
Saint Ewe manor, 16 1930-31 100
Saint Ewe, 13 1924-25 349
Saint Gabriel in Devon, 7 1912-13 156, 213,
Saint George's Church, Exeter, 2 1902-03 5
Saint Gluvias, 22 1942-46 277, 292, 305
Saint Gulwell's Cross, 17 1932-33 357
Saint Hilary Vicarage in 1559 12 1922-23 315
Saint Ives, 13 1924-25 199
Saint Ives, 15 1928-29 165, 167
Saint James, Exeter, 11 1920-21 97
Saint John of Jerusalem, Order of, 13 1924-25 98, 168, 209, 212
Saint John's (Cornwall), 13 1924-25 302
Saint John's Hospital School, Exeter, 22 1942-46 100, 136, 138
Saint John's, Newfoundland, 17 1932-33 185
Saint Joseph of Arimathea, 12 1922-23 56
Saint Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, Vicars of, 8 1914-15 160
Saint Juthwara, 17 1932-33 246, 257, 291
Saint Katherine in Exeter Cathedral, 18 1934-35 211
Saint Keverne Church, 12 1922-23 201
Saint Kew, carved cross head, 12 1922-23 31, 212
Saint Keyne Well, 18 1934-35 369
Saint Keyne, 16 1930-31 208
Saint Laluwy, Menheniot Church, 6 1910-11 3
Saint Laurence, Parish of, Exeter, 20 1938-39 125
Saint Lawrence Church, Exeter, 22 1942-46 314
Saint Leger, 21 1940-41 42
Saint Leger, 20 1938-39 371
Saint Leonard's Chapel, Newton Abbot, 16 1930-31 374
Saint Leonard's well, Sheepstor, 15 1928-29 209
Saint Loyes Chapel, Wonford, 21 1940-41 62, 131
Saint Martin-by-Looe, 22 1942-46 337
Saint Martin's, Exeter, marriages at, 12 1922-23 278, 309
Saint, Martins-by-Looe, 15 1928-29 297
Saint, Martyn's-by-Looe, 13 1924-25 349
Saint, Mary Major, Exeter, 11 1920-21 90
Saint, Mary Major, Wardens' Accounts, 1410, 9 1916-17 220
Saint, Mawes, 15 1928-29 164
Saint, Melor, 15 1928-29 118
Saint, Mewan, Burials within the church, 18 1934-35 216
Saint, Michael's Mount chartulary, 14 1926-27 158
Saint, Michael's Mount, 17 1932-33 220
Saint, Milburga, 18 1934-35 176
Saint, Nectan, 12 1922-23 312
Saint, Nectan, 16 1930-31 208
Saint, Neot, 36 1987-91 209
Saint, Neot, Crowpound, 18 1934-35 130
Saint, Neot, windows of, 17 1932-33 224, 280
Saint, Neot, windows of, 16 1930-31 125
Saint, Nicholas Priory, Exeter, Heraldic Discovery, 8 1914-15 49
Saint, Nonna, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Oflamni, 12 1922-23 247
Saint, Osyth, 17 1932-33 252, 327
Saint, Pancras parish registers, Exeter, 11 1920-21 72
Saint, Pancras, Registers, 10 1918-19 307
Saint, Paul's, Devonport, Church Bell, 6 1910-11 73
Saint, Petroc In Devon, 2 1902-03 57
Saint, Petroc, 1 1900-01 6
Saint, Petroc, S.Brent, sculptured figure, 12 1922-23 251
Saint, Piran's Church, 14 1926-27 349
Saint, Roche, 36 1987-91 153
Saint, Rumon, 22 1942-46 281, 331
Saint, Rumon, 20 1938-39 40
Saint, Sanyo, 7 1912-13 256
Saint, Saviour, Abbey of 1 1900-01 87
Saint, Saviour's abbey, 13 1924-25 12
Saint, Senan, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Sidwell, 13 1924-25 18, 65, 104, 169
Saint, Sidwell, 12 1922-23 248, 302, 352
Saint, Sidwell, associated with Henry VI, 17 1932-33 291
Saint, Sidwell, 'camera' of, 17 1932-33 295
Saint, Sidwell, early occurrence of name, 17 1932-33 243, 253, 327
Saint, Sidwell, Exeter, 4 1906-07 190
Saint, Sidwell, iconography, 17 1932-33 249
Saint, Sidwell, land measures in fee of, 17 1932-33 254, 327
Saint, Sidwell, legend, 17 1932-33 247, 326
Saint, Sidwell, local association, 17 1932-33 247, 256
Saint, Sidwell, 'Vita', 17 1932-33 245
Saint, Sidwell, wells, 17 1932-33 253m, 256, 328
Saint, Sidwells, Weathercock, 2 1902-03 169, 199, 201,
Saint, Sithney, 15 1928-29 267
Saint, Stephen's-by-Saltash, 21 1940-41 39
Saint, Stephen's-by-Saltash, 20 1938-39 82, 385
Saint, Theobald, 13 1924-25 346
Saint, Thomas Church, Exeter, 22 1942-46 238
Saint, Urith, 17 1932-33 250, 257, 290
Saint, Veryan, presentment, 17 1932-33 48
Saint, Vincent, at Torre Abbey, 15 1928-29 1
Saint., Zita (or Sithe), 17 1932-33 252, 327
Sainthill, Humphrey, 13 1924-25 77
Sainthill, Rev.Richard, 12 1922-23 55
Sainthill, Richard, of Topsham, 5 1908-09 149
Saints, Cornish, name in charm, 17 1932-33 119
Saints, Denis alias Disen, Conet and Petroc, 37 1992-96 45, 55, 185
Saints, Cornish, 29 1962-64 125
Saints, Irish, and their 'lechs', 15 1928-29 101, 159
Saints, Obscurer (Cornwall), 13 1924-25 52
Saints, Obscurer of Cornwall, 11 1920-21 248, 303
Saints, Of Cornwall, 30 1965-67 26, 176
Saker's Bridge,   14 1926-27 62, 113
Salcombe Regis, Old Glass in Church, 8 1914-15 97, 140,
Salcombe Regis, Quarries, 17 1932-33 30
Salcombe Regis, Thorne Farm, 6 1910-11 153, 169,
Salcombe,   18 1934-35 159
Salcombe,   15 1928-29 162
Sale by the Candle,   19 1936-37 261
Salem, Massachusetts, 17 1932-33 132
Saller Money or Sallery,   12 1922-23 53
Sallermand,   21 1940-41 279
Salmon,   19 1936-37 367
Salt mines,   33 1974-77 176
Salt Officers, Seaton, Of, 5 1908-09 85
Salt, Teignmouth in 1404, 14 1926-27 197
Saltash, Ancient Granite Doorway and Coat of Arms, 30 1965-67 221
Saltash, Edward, Hawkins, Mayor of, 30 1965-67 276
Saltash, Oysterage dispute, 36 1987-91 243, 287
Saltash, Small Silver Oar Mace, 30 1965-67 253
Saltash,   22 1942-46 332
Saltash,   19 1936-37 85, 180
Saltash,   15 1928-29 163
Saltram House,   29 1962-64 257
Saluzard,   21 1940-41 279
Sampford Courtenay, In 1549, 12 1922-23 225
Sampford Courtenay,   13 1924-25 270, 307
Sampford Courtney, Rectors of, 26 1954-55 75
Sampford Peverell, Church Plate, 28 1959-61 84
Sampford Peverell,   26 1954-55 8
Sampford Peverell,   15 1928-29 126
Sampford Spiney,   35 1982-86 234
Sampford,   27 1956-58 101
Sampson, John of Plymouth, 1415, 12 1922-23 109
Samwell/Samuell, Family, 33 1974-77 182
Sancreed,   27 1956-58 45
Sancreed,   25 1952-53 21, 78
Sanctuary crosses,   15 1928-29 196
Sanctuary, Chulmleigh Church in, 8 1914-15 49
Sand, Spinners of, 25 1952-53 213
Sandberd, Captain, 18 1934-35 372
Sandford, Altar Tables, 3 1904-05 105
Sandford, Church Figures, 8 1914-15 73, 113, 114,
Sandford, Dowrich, 33 1974-77 ,37, 70, 113, 154, 208, 252, 348
Sandford,   29 1962-64 39
Sandford,   34 1978-81 38, 298
Sandingways to the Sea,   22 1942-46 289
Sarcus (Tavistock),   13 1924-25 253
Satterly, Family, 13 1924-25 4
Saunton and Wooda Bay, Name Derivations, 8 1914-15 156
Saunton Sands,   23 1947-49 131
Saunton,   20 1938-39 319
Savery, Christopher, 14 1926-27 92
Savery, Family, 28 1959-61 285
Savery, Family, 27 1956-58 22, 158
Savery, Family, 25 1952-53 104
Savery, Memorials in Moretonhampstead Church, 9 1916-17 31
Savery's Steam Engine,   7 1912-13 160, 255,
Savings Bank, Tavistock, 23 1947-49 170
Saxifraga granulata ff.pl.,   27 1956-58 80
Saxon, Charters, Moot Hill, 15 1928-29 10, 75
Saxton Atlas,   34 1978-81 194
Sayings, Cornish, 13 1924-25 73
Saynt Peran ys fote,   24 1950-51 96
Scantle Roofs,   26 1954-55 10
Schofield, Walter Elmer, 34 1978-81 168
School-Master,   30 1965-67 24
School-Master, Reports, 30 1965-67 225
Schoolmasters, Devon and Cornwall Grammar Schools, 11 1920-21 79
Schoolmasters,   31 1968-70 109, 187
Schoolmasters,   35 1982-86 209
Schools,   31 1968-70 226
Schools,   32 1971-73 178, 214
Schools, Thatched in Devon and Cornwall, 11 1920-21 192
Schopp, J.W., 13 1924-25 309
Science (Early) at Oxford,   13 1924-25 302
Scilly Isles, In 1651, 29 1962-64 56
Scilly Isles, Pirate Gore in, 22 1942-46 250
Scilly Isles, Place-names, 34 1978-81 25
Scilly Isles, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 86
Scilly Isles,   18 1934-35 183, 229, 230, 232, 279
Scirland Stone, Sidbury, 11 1920-21 152, 197, 263
Scoble, John, 14 1926-27 369
Scoggin's Jests,   11 1920-21 61
Scorhill Circle,   17 1932-33 258, 261
Scotland, Farm, 16 1930-31 8, 72, 113
Scotswoman, A, on Devon, 16 1930-31 316
Scott, Sir Gilbert, 35 1982-86 124
Scratch Dial, Staverton Church, 10 1918-19 314
Scratch Dials,   17 1932-33 241, 325, 337
Sculptor,   33 1974-77 310
Sculptured Figure, South Brent, 12 1922-23 304
Sea Fencibles, Cornish Volunteers, 30 1965-67 172
Sea Sand, Removal of, 21 1940-41 280, 324
Sea temperatures,   36 1987-91 28
Sea-birds,   27 1956-58 217
Sea-fight, Between English and French, 17 1932-33 34, 130
Seal, Borough, West Looe, 11 1920-21 89
Seal, Common, of Exeter, 17 1932-33 346
Seal, Matrices at St.Michael's mount, 17 1932-33 220
Seal, St.James' Priory, 21 1940-41 174
Seals, Exeter Civic, 5 1908-09 201
Seals, As Meals, 15 1928-29 92
Seal-skin exports,   31 1968-70 140
Sealy, Family, 32 1971-73 220
Sealy, Family, 33 1974-77 26, 226
Searle, Edward,   16 1930-31 173
Seaton, In Song, 10 1918-19 258
Seaton, Ministers of, 5 1908-09 42
Seaton, Ministers of, Henry Paynter, 5 1908-09 83
Seaton, Salt Officers, 5 1908-09 85
Seaton, Tombstone of Sophia Nicall, 8 1914-15 157
Seaton, Vicars or Ministers of, 4 1906-07 262
Seaton,   20 1938-39 365
Seaton,   16 1930-31 173
Seaton,   15 1928-29 128, 132, 162
Seaton,   13 1924-25 3
Sea-words, Cornish, 29 1962-64 288
Seccombe, Thomas Strange, 19 1936-37 319
Seccombe, Captain Thomas S., 6 1910-11 22
Sedan Chairs, Exeter in, 6 1910-11 104
Selman, Family of Nymenham, 6 1910-11 7, 64
Sennen, Maen castle excavation, 23 1947-49 311
Serge & Cloth Trade,   28 1959-61 27
Sermon, Personal name, 17 1932-33 366
Sermons, Jesus Day, 5 1908-09 93
Seton, Family, 21 1940-41 85, 130
Seven Stones Light Vessel,   28 1959-61 253
Seventeenth Century, Thatching, 30 1965-67 117
Seventeenth Century, Plymouth Household Goods, 30 1965-67 132
Severn Sea,   16 1930-31 149
Seymour, Family, 31 1968-70 70
Seymour, Family, 33 1974-77 181
Seymour, Sir Edward, 14 1926-27 126
Shackellforthe, John, Ancestors of, 19 1936-37 81
Shaddick, John Gregory, 20 1938-39 377
Shakespeare, William, The Tempest, 37 1992-96 189
Shamwickshire, Mayor of, 13 1924-25 266
Shapcote or Shapcott, Family, 15 1928-29 30, 221, 257
Shapcote or Shapcott, Family, 14 1926-27 98, 162
Shapleigh, Family, 17 1932-33 186, 253
Shapleigh,   21 1940-41 314
Shapley, John, 14 1926-27 22
Shapton, John, Samuel, Susannah, 22 1942-46 25
Shapwick, John, Mayor of Totnes, 1434, 5 1908-09 134
Sharke, John, 14 1926-27 195
Shaugh, John Andrew's Map, 30 1965-67 203
Shearwaters,   36 1987-91 193
Shebbear, Boulder outside Church, 24 1950-51 17
Shedenwood,   14 1926-27 298
Sheep, Annual loss of (temp. Henry VIII), 13 1924-25 102
Sheepstor,   15 1928-29 209
Sheffield, Yorks, 35 1982-86 316
Sheldon, John (surgeon), 35 1982-86 214
Shelly, John, 27 1956-58 51
Shepherd Court, Honiton, 11 1920-21 315
Shepherd, Family of Watton Court, Stoke Gabriel, 7 1912-13 138
Sheplegh Bell,   23 1947-49 27
Sherborne, and its first bishop, 16 1930-31 26, 114
Sherford,   16 1930-31 337
Sheriff, Oath of, 1432, 8 1914-15 9
Sheriff, Of Cornwall, 1749, 19 1936-37 367
Sheriffs, An Account of Devon, William and Mary, 10 1918-19 273-88
Sheriffs, Earliest of Exeter, 19 1936-37 297
Sheriffs, Early of Devon, 13 1924-25 44
Sheriffs, Early, of Devon, 20 1938-39 58
Sheriffs, Of Cornwall, 27 1956-58 125, 188
Sheriffs, Of Devon, 16 1930-31 104
Sheriffs, Of Devon, 27 1956-58 168
Sherwell Story,   30 1965-67 96
Sherwood, Family Pedigree, 3 1904-05 49
Sheviock, Stumpy Cross, 22 1942-46 308
Sheviocke, Courtenay Monuments in Church, 1 1900-01 246
Sheviocke,   14 1926-27 24, 183, 225, 279, 284
Shield, Of Richard I, 22 1942-46 95, 135, 303
Shields, Heraldic, 18 1934-35 11, 84
Shillingford St.George,   21 1940-41 267
Shillingford, A Story of, 9 1916-17 29, 90
Shillingford,   27 1956-58 245
Shillingford, Vicar of, 24 1950-51 156
Shillingham, Location of, 2 1902-03 18
Shillingham, Location of, 1 1900-01 209
Shilston Upcott, Legend of, 20 1938-39 362
Shilston, Family, 21 1940-41 25
Shilstone,   15 1928-29 196
Ship models,   31 1968-70 141
Ship, A Tudor, 25 1952-53 24
Ship, A Tudor, 24 1950-51 226
Ship, French, 16 1930-31 198
Shipbuilders,   33 1974-77 91
Shipbuilding, Topsham, 23 1947-49 13
Shipbuilding, West Looe, A Contract, 35 1982-86 117
Shipbuilding,   16 1930-31 270
Shipping, Devon and England's, 15 1928-29 127
Ships, Barfleur, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, Comfort of Topsham, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Eagle of Barnstaple, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Endeavour of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Fortune of Topsham, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, From Fowey at Siege of Calais, 30 1965-67 11
Ships, Glory, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, H.M. at Plymouth, 1814, 30 1965-67 304
Ships, Joyce', 33 1974-77 222
Ships, King George (Privateer), 37 1992-96 250
Ships, King George, 35 1982-86 365
Ships, Launch on a Cornish Farm, 1701, 30 1965-67 139
Ships, Mayflower of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 113
Ships, Mayflower, 13 1924-25 17, 61
Ships, Notre Dame of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Paradox, 13 1924-25 125-6
Ships, Prison, Plymouth, 1807-13, 30 1965-67 274
Ships, Reddecogge (La), of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Rodcogge (La), of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, San Joseph, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, Scilly' and 'Scillonian', 33 1974-77 352
Ships, St.Mary of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Mary of Exmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Mary of Teignmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, St.Thomas of Dartmouth, 13 1924-25 273
Ships, Temeraire, 13 1924-25 116
Ships, The Dinapore' , 33 1974-77 266
Ships, Ville de Paris, 13 1924-25 116
Ships,   32 1971-73 83, 94
Ships-of-War,   36 1987-91 351
Shipwreck, An Old, 24 1950-51 17, 132, 157
Shipwreck, Of the 'Mohegan', 34 1978-81 81
Shobrooke,   27 1956-58 10
Shoes, Iron for Plough Oxen, 2 1902-03 79, 120,
Shoolbred-Wilkin, Major, In Memoriam, 24 1950-51 169
Shooting Marsh, Place-name, 16 1930-31 340
Shore, Margaret Emily, journal of 19th cent., 11 1920-21 189
Shorland, Family, 10 1918-19 292
Short, Rev.Samuel, 23 1947-49 221, 251
Short,   23 1947-49 94
Short, MS History of Hatherleigh, 22 1942-46 281, 332
Short, MS History of Hatherleigh, 13 1924-25 289, 293, 383
Shorthand, Registers of Allhallows, Exeter, 6 1910-11 17
Shorthand,   14 1926-27 108
Shortridge, Family, 20 1938-39 223
Shovels, Barnstaple, 15 1928-29 152
Shrimp, Sarah, 15 1928-29 10, 199
Shute Hill,   15 1928-29 154
Shute, Stray entries from Parish Register, 6 1910-11 25
Shute,   28 1959-61 111
Shuter, W., Artist, 1796, 7 1912-13 233
Shyllingford, John, MSS 1392, 9 1916-17 35
Sibthorpe, Humphrey, 19 1936-37 218
Sidbury Churchwardens' accounts, 26 1954-55 75
Sidbury, Killing of R.Karslake, 1664, 1 1900-01 132
Sidbury, Parish Registers, 19 1936-37 316
Sidbury, Scirland Stone, 11 1920-21 152
Sidbury,   27 1956-58 47
Sidbury,   15 1928-29 106, 184, 285
Sidford,   14 1926-27 375
Sidmouth,   29 1962-64 73, 183
Sidmouth, Church Band, 10 1918-19 271
Sidmouth, Fishing industry, 17 1932-33 119
Sidmouth, Lizards found at, 10 1918-19 305
Sidmouth, Recollections and Fancies, 8 1914-15 145
Sidmouth, Stained Glass, 3 1904-05 17
Sidmouth, Viscount, Henry Addington, 4 1906-07 79
Sidmouth,   30 1965-67 203
Sidmouth,   15 1928-29 106, 128, 132, 162, 286
Siege Pieces,   15 1928-29 100
Sigdure Lane, Kingsbridge, 9 1916-17 144
Signal Stations, Roman, at Exeter, 18 1934-35 213
Signs, Ball, 11 1920-21 105
Sihtric, Fourth Abbot of Tavistock, 22 1942-46 101
Silk Culture, In Devon in 117th century, 5 1908-09 144
Silver Cup,   14 1926-27 351
Silver Map, Drake's Voyage of 1577-80 12 1922-23 110
Silver Mine,   15 1928-29 102
Silver Mines, Devonshire, In, 7 1912-13 54
Silver, Element in Place-names, 2 1902-03 86
Silver, Exeter, export of, 37 1992-96 196
Silver, The Armada Service', 37 1992-96 81
Silver, Westcountry, 37 1992-96 160
Silversmith, JAP, identity of, 37 1992-96 313
Silversmiths, Exeter, 4 1906-07 55
Silverton Arms in Church, 2 1902-03 80
Silverton Devon, 37 1992-96 121
Silverton Mummers, 10 1918-19 48
Silverton, Mummers, 10 1918-19 9
Silverton, Mummers, 9 1916-17 228
Silverton, Neolithic Axe Head, 2 1902-03 125
Silverton, Stables in Park, 36 1987-91 70
Silverton,   24 1950-51 111
Silvester, Lady, Tour Through devonshire, 1824, 30 1965-67 313
Silvester, Lady, Tour Through devonshire, 1824, 32 1971-73 74, 262
Silvester, Richard, 17 1932-33 68
Simcoe, General, 16 1930-31 230, 257
Simcoeana,   14 1926-27 88, 198
Sir Rupert's Head,   14 1926-27 106
Six-mile Hill Cross,   14 1926-27 172
Skeleton in wall, Holsworthy Church, 12 1922-23 109
Skelving Stool,   22 1942-46 368
Skeryngton, William de, 16 1930-31 243
Skewis, Siege of, 28 1959-61 27, 29
Skewis, Siege of, 29 1962-64 231
Skewis, Siege of, 27 1956-58 306
Skey, Lt.Col.Boughey, 27 1956-58 123, 158
Skilvingstole,   23 1947-49 218, 269
Skimmington Ride, Processions, 11 1920-21 46
Skimmington Ride, Processions, 10 1918-19 93, 130, 155, 264, 299, 300
Skinner, John, 13 185  
Skirret, Arms, 13 1924-25 318
Slabs, Sepulchral with Crosses, 10 1918-19 1--9, 42, 65, 123, 124, 150
Slabs, East Ogwell, 29 1962-64 217, 269
Slabs, Sepulchral, 18 1934-35 66
Slade, Family, 17 1932-33 131
Slade, Robert, 14 1926-27 23
Slade, Two Abbots, 26 1954-55 216
Slader, Dicky, 29 1962-64 237
Slader, Symon, 13 1924-25 322
Slapton, Heraldic Glass in Church, 7 1912-13 46
Slapton, Heraldic Glass in Church, 6 1910-11 149
Slapton, Manor, 28 1959-61 221, 266
Slapton, Manor, 29 1962-64 176
Slype,   18 1934-35 276
Smallpox, Outbreak in Tiverton, 23 1947-49 388
Smallridge, Family, 32 1971-73 219
Smerdon, Family of Ashburton, 4 1906-07 64
Smerdon, John, 32 1971-73 125
Smith, Augustus, 28 1959-61 27
Smith, Charles Hamilton, F.R.S., 30 1965-67 237
Smith, Col. Hamilton, MSS, 10 1918-19 145, 213, 214, 215
Smith, Family, 15 1928-29 91, 275, 357
Smith, History of Tavistiock, 20 1938-39 321, 390
Smith, Lt.Col.Sir Charles Hamilton, 31 1968-70 87
Smith, Of Cawood, Yorks, 16 1930-31 296
Smith, Of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset, 16 1930-31 250
Smith, Of Thornecombe, 13 1924-25 154, 303, 348, 354
Smith, Of Thornecombe, 16 1930-31 55, 151, 253, 296
Smitheram,   24 1950-51 213
Smithies, Village, 17 1932-33 46
Smoking by Women,   12 1922-23 186
Smugglers' Track ?,   25 1952-53 77
Smugglers,   28 1959-61 84
Smuggling, Mayor of Fowey, 23 1947-49 118, 182
Smyth, John, 14 1926-27 24
Smyth, Recovery of Family Wil, 11 1920-21 212
Snell, Family, 33 1974-77 91, 267
Snow, Family, 11 1920-21 70
Soady or Sowden, Family of Looe, 6 1910-11 251,
Soady, Family, 17 1932-33 113
Social Conditions, Exeter, 35 1982-86 298
Sokespitch, Arms, 13 1924-25 8
Sokespitch, Family of Clyst St.George, 5 1908-09 23
Soldiers, And Centenarians, Bradworthy, 30 1965-67 169
Soldiers,   32 1971-73 220
Somaster, Family, 12 1922-23 295
Somerset Deeds,   21 1940-41 41
Song (Devon), old, 14 1926-27 10
Song of New England,   12 1922-23 198
Song of South Devon, As Morse Caught The Hare, 10 1918-19 328
Song, When Moss Caught His Mare, 9 1916-17 20
Song,   15 1928-29 282
Song, Young Tom of Devon, 13 1924-25 347
Songs of the West, Lecture by Cecil Sharp, 4 1906-07 56, 127, 151, 197,
Sorcery, In 15th century, 14 1926-27 323
Sore Sparrow Hawk,   10 1918-19 119
Sotreboc and Floyer Hayes,   19 1936-37 168
Sourton, Restoration of Church 1845, 3 1904-05 77
South Africa, Silver exported to, 37 1992-96 196
South Brent, Sculptured figure at, 12 1922-23 251, 304
South Brent,   15 1928-29 353
South Ham District, Identification of Properties 6 1910-11 110, 130, 162,
South Hill,   14 1926-27 24
South Huish, Porch fireplace, 12 1922-23 1
South Milton, Font of, 8 1914-15 41
South Milton, Queen Johanna, death of, 8 1914-15 121
South Molton, Kingsland, 3 1904-05 53, 92, 104, 157, 201,
South Molton, Turnpike, 22 1942-46 117, 188,
South Molton,   16 1930-31 225
South Molton,   15 1928-29 292
South Petherwin, Church, Cornwall, Norman Doorway, 6 1910-11 145, 172,