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Help and advice for Tiverton: Blundelliana (1891): index

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Name Index



Trans. Devon. Assoc. Vol. 23 (1891), pp. 410-419.


Herbert M. Rankilor

Prepared by Michael Steer

Peter Blundell, one of the wealthiest merchants of Elizabethan England, died in 1601, just before the Queen, leaving money and lands to found a School in his home town that would maintain sound learning and true religion. No expense was to be spared in its construction. Generous lands were provided in Tiverton and South Devon for its maintenance and Blundell's executors established links between the School and Balliol College, Oxford and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, that survive to this day. 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.


Atherton, Philip 416-7
Berry, John (also Bury) 412
Blackmore, R D, OB 418
Blundell, Peter 410-1
Buckland, Canon 417
Bull, Dr George 412
Butler, Samuel 411-2
Carew, Bampfylde Moore 413
Charles II 412
Cholmleigh, Mr 411
Cholmley, Hugh 411
Clark, Mr Richard 412
Colby, Captain T 417
Colman, Thomas 413
Cowley, Hannah 413
Cross, Rev T U 417
Daddo, Rev William 416
Davey, Dr John 416
Dicken, Rev Alldersey 414
Dunsford 410-4, 416
Duntze, Sir John, Bt 417
Eveleigh, Dr John 416
Fairfax, General Thomas 412
Francis, Mr A L 417
Gay, John 413
George III 413
Gill, H S Esq JP 414
Gray 413
Hall, Dr 411
Harding 410-4, 416-8
Hayter, Thomas 413
Hogarth 414
Hume, Mr 412
Incledon 411-2
Incledon, Benjamin 417
Jones, Rev John OB 414, 416
Keats, Mr 417-8
Kiddell 416
Ley, Rev Carrington 418
Ley, Rev John 418
Mackenzie, Mr L, OB 417
Moore, George 416
Newte, John 413
Newte, Rev Richard 412, 416
Owen, Rev Donald OB 417
Palmerston, Lord 414
Parkhouse, Philip 413
Popham, Lord Chief Justice 411
Prince 410, 412
Rayner, Rev William 413-4
Richards 417
Ridd, John 418
Sanders, Mr 413
Scobell family 417
Scobell, Dr G P 417
Smith, Rev Samuel 414-6
Taylor, Mr Goodenough OB 417
Toms, Rev W 414
Troyte, Edward B 417
Wales, Prince of 413
Wesley, Charles 416
Wesley, John 416
Wesley, Rev Samuel 416
West, Christopher 412
Wood, Mollie 415
Wood, Mr Thomas 414-5, 418