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Name Index

To

The Muniments of the Corporation of Totnes, Part 1.

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32, (1900), pp. 400-406.

by

E. Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

By the 12th century, Totnes was an important market town, due to its position on one of the main roads of the South West, in conjunction with its easy access to its hinterland and the easy navigation of the River Dart. By 1523 it was the second richest town in Devon, and the sixteenth richest in England. In 1553, King Edward VI granted Totnes a charter allowing a former Benedictine priory building to be used as Totnes Guildhall and a school. In 1624, the Guildhall was converted to become a magistrate's court. It was also used as the town prison with the addition of prison cells, and remained a magistrate's court until 1974. 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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Albemarle, Christopher Duke of 403
Amery, Mr J S 401
Babbe, Jeffery 404
Blackhall, Richard 403
Bowden, Frederick 406
Charles I 403
Charles II 403
Dobyn, John 401
Edward III 401-2
Edward VI 402, 406
Elizabeth I 402-4
Eveleigh, Mr 402
Farwell, Arthur 406
Farwell, Christopher 403
Farwell, Mr George 400, 405
Ffowell, Richard 404
Greene, Sir George 403
Harlowin, Charles 403
Henry VII 402
Henry VIII 402-3
James I 403
James II 403-4
John, King 402-3
Kellock, Thomas Creaser 406
Leland 402
Mary, Queen 402
Michel, John 401
Norris, Richard gent 404-5
Parson, William 401
Philip & Mary 401-2
Popham, John 403
Riley, Mr Henry Thomas 400-1, 403-4
Seymour, Sir Edward 403-4
Southcote, Sir John 403
Symons, Henry 406
Victoria, Queen 406
Whiteway, Sir William Knt 406