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To

Early non-conformity in the neighbourhood of Seaton

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 17, (1885) pp. 298-312.

by

Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, read at the Association's July 1885 Seaton meeting presents notes and commentary on the earliest years of organised religious non-conformity in Axminster, Beer, Colyton and Honiton. Its aim is ostensibly to help the reader better understand the part that the Puritan Party played during the 17th century in Devon. 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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Ashwood, Bartholomew 298-301, 303, 309
Ashwood, Mr John 303, 305
Ball, Rev Dr John 311-2
Butler, Mr Henry 300
Calamy, Mr 299
Charles II 300, 312
Comb, William 306
Cop, Tristram 300
Cornish, Joseph 310
Courtenay, Sir William 311
Cressor, Richard 299
Cromwell, Oliver 308
Dailly, Monsieur 311
Drake, Widow 310
Dwight, Bernard 310
Dyer, Thomas 309
Foster, Judge 300
Fox, George 310
Gill, John 309
Glanvil, Francis 311
Goldsmith 310
Goodwine, Thomas 309
Henley, Colonel 312
Heylin, Dr 312
Hickman, Mr 312
Hieron, Samuel MA 311
Hieron, Samuel jnr 311
Hooke, Mr 308
James II 302, 312
Jefferies, Judge George 304
Lane, Thomas 303
Marston, Dr 308
Martingdale, John 309
Monmouth, James Duke of 301, 303, 312
Moore, Mr 309
Noon, Henry 302
Orange, William Prince of 306
Owen, Dr John 301
Pole, Sir Courtenay 309
Rampson, Samuel 302
Saunders, Richard MA 311
Short, Mr 312
Slade, Mr 310
Small, Rev James 307
Smith, Thomas 303, 305
Soreton, Mr Francis 309, 310-1
Sprake, Ralph 311
Sprague, Humphrey 309
Spring, John 303, 305
Strew, George 311
Strew, Hannah 311
Strew, Mary 311
Tarrant, Richard MA 309
Toulmin, Dr 310
Towgood, Matthew 301
Towgood, Micaiah 301
Towgood, Mr Stephen 301, 303
Trenchard, Colonel 312
Tucker, Agnes 300
Tucker, William 300
Walker, Dr 299, 311
Walrond, Rev J 312
Whittly, Mr 308
Whitty, Margaret 300
Wilkins, John 308
William & Mary 307
Wood 298