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Early nonconformity in Newton and its neighbourhood

Trans. Devon Assoc. vol. 16 (1884). pp. 489-497.


Edward Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, presented at the Association's 1884 Newton Abbot meeting, is one of a number by Windeatt on the early years of nonconformity in Devon- see his papers on Tavistock (1889); Ashburton (1896) and Totnes (1900). Nonconformists were those who did not conform, or belong to the Church of England. Dissenters were persecuted and often had to meet in secret or go into exile. By 1851, a quarter of the English population was nonconformist. 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.


Bellinson, William AM 495
Bickle, Mr Richard 494-5
Cabell, Elizabeth 494
Cabell, Richard 494
Cabell, Samuel 494
Charles I 489
Charles II 491
Clinton, Lord 497
Courtenay, Lady Margaret 492
Cromwell, Oliver 492
Devon, Earl of 492
Doteyn, Dyonisia 490
Doteyn family 490
Doteyn, William 490
Dove, Robert AM 495
Eles, Thomas 493
Evans, Messrs 491
Exeter, Earl of 496
Fabyan, Miss Joan 493
Fabyan, Mr John 493
Fabyan, Rev Peter 493
Fabyan, Florence 494
Fabyan, Mr William 494
Fairfax, Sir Thomas 494
Fowell, Sir Edmond 494
Fowell, Elizabeth 494
Giles, Sir Edward 496
Giles, Lady Mary 496
Godson, Mr 494
Gould, Colonel 490
Haldon, Lord 493
Herrick, Robert 496-7
Hill, John MA 492-3
Jellinger, Mr Christopher 494
Long, Mr 494
Lysons 492, 496
Manton, Dr 490
Palk family 494
Palk, Miss Francis 494
Palk, Joan 493
Palk, Sir Robert Bt 494
Palk, Thomas 493-4, 496
Potter, Dr Barnabus 492, 496
Reynell, Lady Lucy 492
Satterleigh, Mr 495
Serle, Richard AM 494
Seymour, Sir Edward 496
Seymour family 496
Stawel family 497
Stawel, Hugh 497
Stephen, Richard 495-6
Stephens, Mr John 495-6
Stook, John 495
Stuke, William MA 495
Syms, John 496-7
Tapper, Richard 493
Walker, Dr 494-5
Westcote 490
Whiddon, Rev Francis MA 492, 497
Worth, Mr 489
Yeo, Agnes 490
Yeo, Dyonisia 490
Yeo family 489-90
Yeo, George 490
Yeo, Leonard 490
Yeo, Rev William MA 489-92