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Name Index


A history of Salcombe Regis

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 30, (1898), illus. pp. 132-146.


J.Y.A. Morshead

Prepared by Michael Steer

Salcombe Regis often confused with Salcombe. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book as "a manor called Selcoma" held by Osbern FitzOsbern, bishop of Exeter, the manor house stood on the site now occupied by Thorn Farm. The church of St Peter was built circa 1107 and restored in 1845. It contains monuments to Sir Ambrose Fleming and Sir Norman Lockyer. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.


Addison 144
Akelwold 136
Allen, W 143
Ameredith, G 142
Athelstan, King 134, 136
Avant, Rev R P 144-5
Balfour, Major 132
Baring-Gould, Mr 133
Baron family 143
Baron, J 142
Bartholomew, Bishop 138
Barton, Robert de 141
Bonville, N 138
Botreaux, Canon 140
Boughey, Mr 145
Bowyer, Colonel 142
Branscomb, J de 141
Braybroke, Canon 140
Brentingham, Bishop 140
Brewer, Bishop 138
Budgell, Eustace 144
Canute, King 136
Carewe, G 142
Carter 141
Charles I 143
Charles II 143
Chichester, Bishop 138
Clapp family 143-4
Clapp, Mr 144
Clapp, Miss Sally 145
Cole, H 141
Cornish, Mr G 145
Cornish, R K 142
Courtenay family 141
Cromwell, Oliver 143
Davidson, J B 144
de Cote, R 136
de L'Isle, Canon 140
Drake family 143-4
Edward I 136
Eugenius III 138
Farthing 144
Fawkes, Guy 144
Flay, Het 145
Fulford, Rev J L 132
George II 144
George III 145
Gibbes 139
Hall, Parson 145
Harvey, A 142
Hellyer family 143
Holway 139, 145
Hooper family 143-4
Hooper, J 139, 142
Hoppin family 143
Hutchinson, P O 132, 134-5, 141
Huyshe, Rev F J 132, 139, 142-3
Isaac family 143
Jackson 144
James I 142
Kestell, Bishop R 132
Kestell, Miss 145
Kestell, Mr 145
Kestell, Sally 145
Kirkham 141
Kirwan, Mr 133
Knowle, Adam of 141
Laud, Archbishop 143
Lee, family 143
Leofric 136
Lloyd, Canon 142
Lyde 141
Lyde, Mrs 143
Malherbe 141
Maneryng, Georgio 142
Nicholas IV 138
Nolan, Canon 139-40
Norton 141
Oldham, Bishop 139
Oliver, Dr 138
Parsons 143
Pearce, Father 144
Prideaux family 132
Pyke, S 145
Quivil, Bishop Peter 139
Radulf 139
Reed, J Esq 132
Risdon 136
Rousseau 145
Sanguyn 139
Saunde, W de 138
Shannon, Lord 143
Sladd, N 142
Slade, Elizabeth 143
Stafford, Sir T 143
Stephen, King 138
Stone, Sir Warren of 139-40
Sweyn 136
Tristram 141
Trivet, J 134
Tuck, J 143
Upton 139
Wadham 141-2
Weekes family 143
Weston, Canon 140
Wigsted 139
William II, Rufus 138
William III 144
Wolcot family 145
Yonge, Sir G 145