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A forgotten page of the ecclesiastical history of Seaton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 30, (1898), illus. pp. 331-349.

by

Frances B. Troup

Prepared by Michael Steer

In Saxon times Seaton was known as Fluta or Fleet, the Saxon word for creek. The town of Fleet was founded by Saxon Charter 1005 AD. The first mention of Seaton was in a Papal Bull by Pope Eugenius in 1146. It was an important port for several centuries, supplying ships and sailors for Edward I's wars against Scotland and France. In the 14th century heavy storms caused a landslip that partially blocked the estuary, and the shingle bank started to build up. In 1868 the arrival of the railway reduced the use of the harbour. 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.

 

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A  
Bailey 343
Ball, Sir Peter 348
Boase 341
Bodley, Mr 343
Bogan, William 348
Bradford, Humphrey 349
Bradford, Sarah (alias Searle) 349
Burgess, Dr John STP 341, 345
Burgess, Priscilla 341-2, 345
Burnard, James 349
C  
Calamy, Rev Edward Parr 347-9
Clare, Earl of 346
Coleridge, C Esq 347
Conant, Elizabeth 346
Conant, Lot 346
Conant, Roger 346
Cortes, Mr 347
Crabbe 347
Culme, Agnes 333
Culme, Hugh 333
D  
Danforth, Rev S 346
Derby, Mr J 337
Devenish, Mr B 336
Drake, Sir William, Bt 334, 340
Dymond, Mrs R 342
E  
Eastchurch, Mr 348
Erle, Sir Walter 346
F  
Fones, Anna 341
Fones, Elizabeth 342, 345
Fones, Martha 341-2, 345
Fones, Priscilla 341, 343-5
Fones, Samuel 345
Fones, Thomas 341, 345
Forth, Mary 345
Forward, Thomas (also John) 346-7
Fry, John 332-3
Fry, William 333
Fuller, Mr Thomas 335-6, 343
Fuller, Mr William 343
G  
Gould, Mr J 336-8
Gumley alias Austen, John (or Richard) 331, 333
Gundry, Benjamin 347
Gundry, Daniel 347
Gundry family 346
Gundry, Gideon 347
Gundry, Hugh 334, 346-7
Gubdry, James 347
Gundry, Jonathan 347
Gundry, Joseph 347
Gundry, Susannah 348
H  
Hassard family 333
Hayne, Philip 342
Henry VIII 331-2
Hewsey, John 349
Hill, Mr 348
Hooper, Nicholas 348
I  
Irish, Mr 348
J  
James I 335
Jourdaine, Elizabeth 341-2
Jourdaine, George 341-2
Jourdaine, Lydia 341, 345
K  
Keate, William 340
Knightbridge, Rev J 339
L  
Laud, Archbishop 336
London, Bishop of 335
M  
Manston, John 342
Matthews, John BA 349
Moule, H J Esq 349
Mundon, Mr 337
Mychell, Thomas 332-3
N  
Neal 336
Noseworthy, James 348
Noseworthy, John 334, 348-9
Noseworthy, William 348
O  
Oake, William 332, 334
Oliver, Dr 331, 334, 349
P  
Parr, Catherine 332
Parr, Mr 347
Paynter, Anna 341
Paynter, Elizabeth 341, 345
Paynter, Henry (also Painter) 334, 341-3, 345
Paynter, Henry (2) 341-2, 345
Paynter, John 332, 334, 345
Paynter, John (2) 341
Paynter, Lydia 341
Paynter, Martha 341, 345
Paynter, Mary 341, 345
Paynter, Priscilla 341-3
Paynter, Samuel 341, 345
Pearson, Dr 338
Phillips, Thomas 332-4
Prouze 343
Pulman 331, 334
R  
Redwood, R 342
Reynolds, Rev H 342
Richardson, Rev P J 349
S  
Savage, Mr James 338, 344
Searle, Edward MA (also Serle) 332, 334, 349
Searle family 349
Searle, Patience 349
Searle, Sara 349
Searle, Sarah 349
Serle, John 349
Seaward, Mr J 337
Sherman, Bezaleel 341, 345
Sherman, Elizabeth 341
Sherman, John 341, 345
Sherman, Priscilla 341-3, 345
Sherman, Ursula 342-3, 345
Smyth, Mr 337
Smythe, H 336
Southmead, John 348
Spurway, H 342
Starr, Mr 342
Starr, Robert 342
Starre, Mary 341, 345
Stawell, Mr 348
Sydenham, William Lord 347
T  
Trevelyan family 333-4, 342
Trevelyan, George 333
Trevelyan, Mary 333
Turner, George 346
Turner, Jerom 347
U  
Upham, Mr Reynell 349
V  
Vivian, Colonel 341
W  
Walker 349
Walrond, Edward 342
Walton, Elizabeth 345-6
Walton, William 334, 342, 345-6
Ware, Roger 346
Weare 348
White, Rev John 334, 336-8, 341, 344-6
Willoughby, Agnes 332-3
Willoughby, John 331-3, 342
Willoughby, Mary 333
Winchester, Bishop of 335
Wine, Richard 338
Winthrop, Adam 345
Winthrop, Anna 341, 345
Winthrop, Elizabeth 342
Winthrop family 342
Winthrop, Forth 342, 345
Winthrop, Henry 342, 345
Winthrop, Henry (2) 345
Winthrop, Governor John 341-5
Winthrop, John jnr 342, 345
Winthrop, Margaret 343-4
Winthrop, Martha 341
Winthrop, Mary 345
Winthrop, Priscilla 342
Winthrop, Robert C 341, 343
Wood 347
Y  
Yonge family 331, 333, 335, 338, 340
Yonge, John Esq 332-4
Yonge, Sir John 333, 338
Yonge, Mr Walter 336-8
Yonge, Sir Walter, Bt 332-5, 338-9