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Name Index

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Some notes on the earlier municipal history of Plymouth

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 16 (1884), pp. 725-748.

by

R.N. Worth

Prepared by Michael Steer

In 1086 the manor of Sutton was held by the King. Henry I granted it to the Valletort family. They in turn granted parts to the Augustinian priory at Plympton. The part of the town owned by Plympton Priory was granted a market charter in 1254, and the whole town and its surrounding area achieved municipal independence in 1439, becoming the first town to be incorporated by Act of Parliament. The name Sutton slowly became Plymouth. In 1340 French attackers burned a manor house and took some prisoners, but failed to get into the town. In 1403, the town was briefly occupied and burnt by Breton raiders. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the University of Michigan Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.
 
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A  
Adam, John 733
Albemarle, Robert of 726
Attewill, David 733
Austen, John 737
B  
Bastard, Robert the 726, 728
Bentle, William (Bentley) 747-8
Berd, Maurice 737, 739, 747
Berde, William 737, 747-8
Blakeston, Elias de 728
Blogge, Ade 737
Blogge, Isabella 737
Bondyn, Robert 733
Boon, Henry 747
Boon, William 748
Boswines, Roger 739
Bourewe, William jnr 739
Boyes, Thomas 741
Buckfastleigh, Peter Abbot of 739
Buckland, Abbot of 728, 733-4, 744
Bull, John 738
Bytheyes, Ralph 741
C  
Cheigny, Nicholas of 732
Chivelstone, William of 732
Cilecestre, Lord Thomas de, Knt 739
Clissons, Oliver Lord of 735
Clynedon, Matthew de 734
Cocke, Ralph 733
Cocke, William 737
Cole, William 739-40
Collinge, Thomas 733
Colrigg, Walter of 733
Coppeare, Thomas 734
Cornu, Walter 741
Cornewaill, Sir John 743
Cornwall, Edmund Count of 728
Couche, Geoffrey 739-40
Courtenay family 732, 743
Courtenay, Lord Hugh de 739
Courtenay, Earl Thomas 743
Crocker, Walter 747
Cut, Thomas 741
D  
Dalecurta, John de 731
Durneford, Stephen 739
Dymmick, Walter (also Dymcock) 747
E  
Edgecumbe family 727
Edward the Black Prince 735
Edward I 728, 732
Edward II 732-3, 737
Edward III 734, 737, 739, 742
Elizabeth I 744
Eltham, John de 735
F  
Fishacre, Thomas 736, 740
G  
Genely, Thomas de 733
Gifford, John 733
Gille, William 739
Godegrome, William 741
Gripston, Richard 741
Gyffard, Robert 728
H  
Henry I 728
Henry II 731
Henry III 728-9, 731-2, 735
Henry IV 731
Henry VI 736, 744
Henry VII 727, 745
Hill, Robert 738
Honiton, William (also Honyton) 738, 747-8
Honyton, John de 748
I  
Isle, Baldwin de l' 732
J  
John, King 725
K  
Kemell, William 733
Ketterigge, William 747
L  
Lake, William 741
Lancaster, Earl of 736
Lautron, William 741
Leland 728, 730-1, 738, 746
L'Isle, Baldwin de 732
Lydeton, Alan de 733
M  
Martin the clerk 733
Martyn, John 742
Mewy, Ricardus de 731
Moreton, Count of 729
N  
Northcote, Edward of 747
Northcote, William of 737
Noytour, William 736
O  
Okelegh, William 738
P  
Passour, Humphry 739-43, 747
Pilche, Robert 736
Plympton, Prior of 729, 731-3, 737, 740, 743
Plympton, Prior John of 737
Pollard, William 747
Possebury, Robert 739
Prigge, Mauricii 738
R  
Raffe, Robert 733
Redvers, Baldwin de 732
Richard I 728
Richard II 737-8, 740
Roffe, Salamon de 728
Rogherne, William 747
Roper 726
Row, Richard 747
S  
Sampson, John 736, 739, 741-2, 747
Sergeuill, John of 733
Sok, Johis 738
Sope, Robertus 737-8
Soper, Robert the 737
Spicer, Alice the 737
Spicer, Robert the 737
Spicer, William the 737
Stanhust, Joel of (Stonehouse) 730
Stanton, Thomas 741
Stert, John de la 737
St Germans, Prior of 747
Stilman, Margery 737
Stoke, John of 737
Stoke, William of 737
T  
Tanner, Richard the (Tannere) 737, 747
Tavistock, Abbot of 731
Tewksbury, Nicholas of 732
Totnes, Judhel de 726
Totwell, William (Tothill) 748
Tremode, Alice 747
Trenode, Donisia 747
Trenode, Joan 747
Trenode, Richard 747
Trevys, William 739
Treweman, David 741
V  
Valletort family 729-33, 743
Valletort, John de 731, 743
Valletort, Ralph 729-30
Valletort, Reginald de (also named Henry) 728-30
Valletort, Walter de 731
Vautort, John de 728, 732, 734
Venour family 747
Venour, John 747
Venour, Thomasia 747
Venour, Walter le 735
Venour, William 747
W  
Warelwast, Bishop 729
Warwick, Alice Countess of 725
Wells, Hugh Archdeacon of 725
Weston, John 739
Whitelegge, Robert of 737
Whitelegh, Peter 741
William II Rufus 731
Worsten, William 741
Wrouke, William 738
Wylburton, Richard 741
Wyneslond, William 741
Wyneston, Vincent of 733