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Name Index

To

Biographical sketch of the Rev. Christopher Jelinger, M.A.

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32 (1900), pp. 249-270.

by

Frances B. Troup

Prepared by Michael Steer

Rev Christopher Jelinger was a German Puritan, educated at Heidelberg, the Sorbonne, Leyden, and Geneva. Troup presents him as a "man of great erudition". Persecution drove him to England where he resided for a time in Dorchester and was then employed variously at Exeter, Totnes and Kingsbridge. In 1631 he married Agnes Hayne of East Allington. During this period he lectured extensively in the surrounding countryside and was Minister at Stonehouse. He was preferred to the living of South Brent, from which, after 17 years, he was eventually removed as one of 2000 priests ejected in 1662 through the Act of Uniformity. He died in 1685 at Kingsbridge. An extensive bibliography of his publications is appended to the paper. 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  
Albemarle, Duke of 251, 265
B  
Bastard, Sir William, Knt 270
Baxter, Mr 257
Bescowne, Hugh Esq 270
Bethel, Slingsby Esq 270
Beza 266-7
Birch, Master William 259
Birks, Rev H A 249
Bolton, Mr 258
Brewster, Edward 259-60, 262
Brightman 267
Brooking-Rowe, Mr J 249, 260, 264
Burdwood, Master 256
Buxtorf 250, 267
C  
Calamy 257
Calvin 250
Charles II 265, 270
Clayton, Sir Robert 270
Courtney, Sir William, Bt 270
Cranch, Miss Jane Bowring 254-5
D  
Deodate 250, 268
Duke, Richard Esq 270
Dury, John 254
Dymond, Mrs Robert 249
E  
Edgecomb, Sir Richard KB 270
Eglesfield 259
G  
Gandy, John 251, 253, 258
Gesner 269
Ginlenger, Francis 257
Ginlenger, Johan 257
Gold, Colonel 264
Gold, Mr John 263
Gold, William Esq 264
Goodridge, Anthony 261
H  
Hall, Bishop 251, 254, 268
Hayne, Agnes 251, 257
Hicks, Rev John 254
Hopsius, Mr 250, 267
Hotton, Monsieur 268
Hughes, George 251, 267
Huish, Mr 268
Hyne, Leonard 257-8
Hyne, Mary 257
I  
Ingle-Dredge, Rev J 249, 259
J  
Jelinger, Rev Christopher MA throughout
Jelinger, Joan 257
Jelinger, Joane 257-8
Jelinger, Margaret 257-8
L  
Leere, Sir P 260
Lysons 257
M  
Mallack, Rawlin Esq 262
Mitchell 252
P  
Palk, Thomas MA 265
Pareus, Dr 250, 268
Pawlet, Charles 265
Pawlet, John 251
Pearse, Francis 257
Penny, Allen 260
Perkins 258
Prince 250, 258
R  
Reeve, Anthony 260-1
Reynolds 257
Rivet 250, 266
Robartes, John Lord 251-2, 265
Rupert, Prince 250, 254, 262
Russell, William 259
S  
Sampson, Jacob 265, 270
Seymour, Lady Anne 260-1
Spanhemius, Dr 250, 266
Stancliffe, Mr 258
Symons, Agnes 257
Symons, Jelinger 257-8
Symons, Rev Jelinger Edward 249, 258
Symons, Thomasine 257
Symons, Rev William 257
T  
Treby, Sir George Knt 270
W  
Walker 253
Ward, Sir Patience 270
White, Mr John 250, 254, 264
White, M 270
Winchester, Marquis of 253-4, 265
Windeatt, Mr Edward 249, 261, 265
Windeatt, Mr 260
Windelin 269
Wollebius 250, 269
Wright, John 265, 270