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Name Index


Sir John Davie, fifth baronet of Creedy, 1707-1727

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 36, (1904). pp. 116-122.


R.T. White-Thompson

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Davie Baronetcy, of Creedy in the County of Devon was created on 9 September 1641 for John Davie, the Member of Parliament for Tiverton in 1621-22. The baronetcy became extinct in 1846 on the death of Sir Humphrey Phineas Davie, 10th Baronet. Sir John Davie, 5th Baronet was the grandson of the first Baronet. He succeeded to the title while a yeoman living in New London, Connecticut. The family seat was Creedy Park near Crediton. 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.

Abbagasset 118
Acland, Elizabeth 119
Acland, Sir Hugh, BT 119
Allyne, Rev James 117
Andros, Sir E 121
Bradstreet, Governor 121
Bridgman 120
Caulkin 120
Cotton, John 120
Davie, Elizabeth 119
Davie, Elizabeth (2) 119
Davie family 118, 120
Davie, Humphrey 118-9
Davie, Sir Humphrey Bt 116-7, 120-1
Davie, John 117
Davie, Sir John, 1st Baronet 116
Davie, Sir John, 2nd Baronet 116
Davie, Sir John, 3rd Baronet 116
Davie, Sir John, 5th Baronet throughout
Davie, Sir John, 6th Baronet 118-9
Davie, Sir John, 7th Baronet 119
Davie, Sir John, 9th Baronet 120
Davie, Sir Henry Robert Ferguson, Bt, MP 120
Davie, Sir Humphrey Phineas, 10th Baronet 120
Davie, Julian 116
Davie, Mary 119
Davie, Robert 116
Davie, Sarah 117, 119
Davie, Tryphaena 116
Davie, William, 4th Baronet 116
Davie, William (2) 116, 119
Davenport, Rev John 120
Denison, Mrs 122
Denison, William 120
Dinwell 121
Dudley, Joseph 121-2
Eliot, Joseph 120
Faneuil family 121
Franklin, Mrs Margaret 118
Gardiner, John 118
Gibbons, Sarah 117
Gibbons, William 117
Goffe, William 120-1
Hastings, John 120
Hobbie, Lady 117
Holmes, Oliver Wendell jnr 121
Jane (an Indian) 119
Kennebex 118
Lawson, Christopher 118
Mather, Mrs 118, 120-1
Mitchel, Samuel 120
Nowell, Mrs 121
Packer, James 118-9, 122
Pepys, Samuel 122
Pierpoint, James 120
Pratt, Mrs Mary 118
Quincy family 122
Reynell, Richard 116
Reynell, Tryphaena 116
Richards, Elizabeth 119
Richards, James 117, 119
Richards, Sarah 117
Russell, Noahniah 120
Russell, Samuel 120
Rutherford, Mr 120
Saltonstall, Gurdon 118-9
Savage 120
Sewall, Judge S 117, 120-2
Sibley, Professor 116-7, 120-1
Sleeman, Rev John 121
Strode, Julian 116
Strode, Sir William 116
Sullivan 120
Taylor, Mr Daniel 118
Trumbull 120
Wendell, Professor 117, 120-2
Whalley 121
White, Edmund 116
Willard, President Samuel 117, 121
Williamson 120
Winwell, Mr 121