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Name Index


Early non-conformity in Tavistock

Trans. Devon. Assoc. Vol 21. (1889). pp. 148-158.


Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper provides interesting extracts from the diary of Rev Thomas Larkham. His Puritanism led to ejection from his living and he fled to New England where he remained until 1642. The records of other denominations than the Church of England sometimes contain more information than those of the 'established church', often including a person's birth date, baptism date, father's name and residence, and mother's name (including maiden name). 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 Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.


Andry, Mrs 151
Bedford, Earl of (also Duke) 148, 154, 156-8
Benart, Mr Robert 154
Bennett, Colonel 154
Bloy, Stephen 150
Brown, Samuel 148-9, 154
Brownrigg, Dr 148
Brownsdon, John 154
Charles I 148
Charles, Mary 154
Clearke, Tristram 148
Cole, Edward 151
Condy, Azarel 155
Condy, Mr Daniel 154-5, 157
Condy, Jane 154-5
Condy, Margaret 150
Condy, William 155
County, Mr John 156
Cove, Mr 153
Dodderidge, Dr 158
Doidge, Mrs Thomasin 151
Dymond, Mr R 157
Edgecombe, Mrs 150
Edwards, Theophilus 158
Eglesfield, Francis 157
Evans, Mr William 158
Flamanck, Mr Henry 153, 158
Flavell, Mr 153
Fletcher, Sir George 154
Fulwood, Young 156
Glanville, Francis 150, 152
Glanville, Mrs 153
Glanville, Thomas 154
Godbear, Watt 152
Greenfield, Mr 157
Harris, Patricke 151
Hawksworth 150
Hingiston, Richard 157
Hodge, William 151
Hore, William 152
Howard, C 151
Howard, Colonel 154
Howard, Mr 151
Howe, John 151-2
Hughes, George BD 148-9, 152-3
Hughes, Mr Obadiah 153
Jakeman, Roger 150
Jillard, Mr Peter 158
Keagle, Richard 150
Keagle, W 150
Knight, Jarvis 157
Larkham, George 149, 154
Larkham, Jane 155
Larkham, Patience 155
Larkham, Rev Thomas MA 149-58
Leere, Mr 150, 156
Lewis, Rev William 149
Liar, Judith (also Lyer) 150
Mack 149
Mall, John 157
Martyn, Mr Thomas 153
Maynard, Sir John 148
Maynard, Mrs 148
Merivale, Herman 158
Merivale, Samuel 158
Oliver, Dr 148-9
Pearse, Mr 157-8
Peek, John 154
Peek, Richard 154
Peeke, Walter 151
Pennington, Thomas 150
Penny, Jeremiah 150
Polwhele, Digory 152-3
Preston, Young 156
Pym, John 148
Rooker, Alfred 158
Rooker, Rev William 158
Row, Mrs Elizabeth 150
Russell family 156
Russell, John 151
Sandercock, Mr Jacob 158
Saunders, Mr Humphrey 157
Saunders, R 158
Sitwell, Margaret 151
Taylor, Michael 157
Tickle, Mr 153
Toller, Elizabeth 150
Trapper, Mr Samuel 153
Travers, Mr Thomas 153
Trowt, John 150
Trowt, Sara 151
Vivian, Colonel 155
Waller, Sir Hardress 149
Watts, Nicholas 152-3
Webb, William 151
Wilton, George 155
Wilton, Patience 155