The Devon Historian: Current contents and index to previous volumes

Volume 82
2013
A tribute to Robin Stanes: Sailor, Farmer, Historian, Teacher: Philippe Planel.
Athelstan and the Expulsion of the Britons from Exeter: Ethnic Cleansing or Rough Justice?: Nicholas Grant
 Medieval Hatherleigh: John Leach
 Branscombe 1280-1340: A Medieval Landscape: John Torrance
 The Chapel of David at Hamme in the Parish of Ashprington, Devon: Jeanne James
 The Contribution of Devon's Militia to England's Defence Against the Spanish Armadad: Ian Cooper
'Beating the Bounds' of Bovey Tracey: Frances Billinge

Volume 81

Tracing the boundaries of the Borough of Bovey Tracey from Saxon Times to the present: Frances Billinge.
Working class housing in Victorian Plymouth: from slum to council house. Part 1: slums and artisans' dwellings: Ann Bond
The NHS at Poltimore House: Julia Neville
George Ridd, Exonian lithographer: the Hastings Years: Jenny Ridd
The Rector and the Revolution: the story of the Reverend Stephen Weston, Rector of Hempstone Parva, Devon, and the French Revolution: Malcolm Ross
St George's Chapel, Windsor, and South Molton Parsonage in the sixteenth century: Jeremy Sims
Branscombe 1280-1340: an East Devon manor before the Black Death: John Torrance

The following books are reviewed:
Harold Fox (2012): Dartmoor's Alluring Uplands: Transhumance and Pastoral Management in the Middle Ages. Phil Newman.
Tom Greaves and Phil Newman (2011): The Great Courts of Devon Tinners 1510 and 1710. Robert Rowland
Hazel Harvey (2011): The Story of Exeter. Julia Neville.
Andrew Jones (2010): Victorian North Devon: a social history. Greg Finch.
Laura Quigley (2011):  The Devil Comes to Dartmoor: The Haunting True Story of Mary Howard, Devon's 'Demon Bride'. Paul Auchterlonie
Rosemary Smith and Harland Walshaw (2011): The Houses of Lympstone. Roger Brien.
Myrtle Ternstrom (2010): The Lords of Lundy. Brian Le Messurier.
EHT Whitten (2009): Bonehill - Evolution of a Dartmoor Hamlet. Greg Finch
Gerry Woodcock (2012): Tavistock's Yesterdays 21. Helen Harris.

Volume 80

'Some itinerant preachers have attempted to form a congregation but have not succeeded: Graham Hendy
The establishment of the New Zealand branch of the Acland family: Peter M Acland and Keith G Orrell
William Rayer: Rector of Tidcombe, Tiverton philanthropist and saviour of Holcombe Court: Charles Scott-Fox
Drapers extraordinary, part 1: Gillian Selley
Charles, 6th Lord Clifford of Chudleigh: the life and times of a recusant Catholic: Helen Turnbull
The contentious issue f Church rates: some examples from the county of Devon: Michael Weller
John Whiddon, Master Gunner: Lou Whiddon

The following books are reviewed:
Michael Fardell (2010): John Lethbridge: The Most Successful Treasure Diver of the Eighteenth Century
John Folkes (ed) (2010): Dogs, Goats, Bulbs and Bombs: Esther Rowley's Wartime Diaries of Exmouth and Exeter.
B Pugh, P Spiring and S Bhanji (2010): Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and Devon: A Complete Tour Guide and Companion.
Mary R Ravenhill and Margery M Rowe (2010):  Devon Maps and Map-Makers: Manuscript Maps before 1840: Supplement.
Charles Scott-Fox (2009): Moorstone Barton: A Mediaeval Manor.
Liz Shakespeare (2010): The Turning of the Tide.
Ron Wawman (2009): Never Completely Submerged: The Story of the Squarson of Lew Trenchard as Revealed in the Diary of Sabine Baring-Gould.
Nigel Webb (ed) (2010): The Journals of Mr Sugar Face and Mr Gastric Juice.
Gerry Woodcock (2011): Tavistock's Yesterdays 20.

 Volume 79

John Cooke: engraver: Kit Batten
Barnstaple to Exeter — two hundred years ago: A. Brian George
From Dumnonia to Devonshire: Nicholas Grant
South Devon's 'Newfanlan men': Marion Hardy
Fear and loathing in mid-Devon: the troubled history of Dulford House: Philippe Planel
Mormon voices in Victorian Devon: Peter Vousden

The following books are reviewed:
Michael Connors (2008): John Hawley: merchant, mayor and burgess
Geoff Elliott (2007): Colyton at war
Barbara Farquharson and John Torrance (2009): The shooting at Branscombe Old Pits: a nineteenth-century Devon mystery
Iain Fraser (2008): The Palk Family of Haldon House and Torquay
Helen Harris (2009): The Grand Western Canal, a brief history
Elizabeth Neill (2008): Fragile fortunes: the origins of a great British merchant family
Julia Neville (2010): Exeter and the trams 1882-1931
Dorothy Presswell (2009): The exiled Earl William Courtenay — fact and fiction
Gerry Woodstock (2009): Tavistock's yesterdays 18
Gerry Woodstock (2010): Tavistock's yesterdays 19

Volume 78

Mormons in nineteenth-century north Devon: Peter Christie
Developments in rural roads history: Helen Harris
Thorncombes's 1644 mortality crisis: Eve Higgs
Payments to itinerant travellers seeking alms in Hartland, 1612-1706: Stephen Hobbs
The Devon County Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 1841-1856: Dorothy Presswell
The cost of living in Elizabethan Devon: John Roberts
The Ayshford community (formerly known as Ayshford Street): Charles Scott-Fox

The following books are reviewed:
Martin Bodman (2008) Devon leather. An outline history of a lost industry: nineteenth-century tanners and tanneries.
Graham Hobbins (2008) Plymouth's Civic Centre.
Nicholas Orme (2008) The pilgrim's guide to Devon churches.
Dick Passmore (2008) Power to the city: the history of the Exeter Electric Light & Power Station, Haven Road, Exeter.
Charles Scott-Fox (2008) Ayshford's heritage: court, chapel and community.
Robin Stanes, Andrew Jewell and Richard Bass (2008) The husbandry of Devon and Cornwall.
Gerry Woodcock (2008) Tavistock: a history.
Gerry Woodcock (2008) Tavistock's yesterdays 17.


Volume 77

The origins of the Devon History society: Robin Stanes
Migration in Torquay during the nineteenth century: Jackie Bryon
The Tavistock Propylaeum, 1822-1831: Mary Freeman
Weston Barton farm diaries: Anthony Greenstreet
The site of Broadclyst Chush House (or Church ale house) and the present Red Lion public house: G. M. Hogben
Population trends in late nineteenth century Otterton: a work in progress: Christopher Jago
Issues relating to the planning of First World War memorials: a South Devon case study: Barbara O'Kelly
A Devon poem of the Great War: Malcolm Todd
Raddis Lane: what's in a name: John Torrance
The Spanish Armada: Drake and the five hulks: Richard Whidborne
Rev. Thomas Alcock: vicar and eccentric: David Wildman

The following books are reviewed:
Margaret DePiano and Stephen DiAddezio (2007) Devon, Chester county, Pennsylvania
Geoff Elliot (2007) Colyton at War
Helen Harris (2007) Incomers to Devon
John Lane and Harland Walshaw (2007) Devon churches
Diana Lawer (2007) 'Get your skates on': a history of Plymouth's roller skating rinks 1874-1989
Alex Mettler and Gerry Woodcock (2007) Lest we forget
Chris Potts and Derek Wilson (2006) Voyaging over life's sea: a history of the British Seamen's Home, Brixham (1859-1988)
Gary Tregidga (ed.) (2006) Killerton, Camborne and Westminster: the political correspondence of sir Francis and Lady Acland, 1910-29
Myrtle Ternstrom (2007) Light over Lundy
Maureen E. Wood (2006) From Shambles to pannier: a history of Barnstaple markets
Gerry Woodcock (2007) Tavistock's yesterdays 16


Index to previous volumes
In preparation. When completed, it is intended that this index will be searchable by keyword.

Entries for Volumes 1-63 (1969-2001) are taken from the index compiled by Lorna Smith and published by the Society in 2002. The Society is indebted to her for also providing an index to Volumes 64-76.

SUBJECTS
ACLAND, Sir Thomas Dyke, 1787-1871 34:26-7; 71:25-32; 72:15-16;18-20
ADAMS, William, 1612-87 35:28
AGRICULTURE 17:25-6; 44:11-14; field systems 4:4; 62:22-5; North Devonshire 62:22-5. see also Farms and Farming.
ALBERT MEDAL 6:8
AMPHION, HMS 62:18-21
ANTHRACITE: see CULM TRADE
ARCHAEOLOGY 39:25-6; 71:16-24; deserted villages 13:2-7; industrial 6:117-9; methods 8:22- 4; 26:23; Roadford Reservoir 36:34-5
ARCHITECTURE 5:3-7; 17:19-24; 20:28-37; 37:3-8; 39:25-6
ARMADA, 1588 6:4; 35:3-15
ARMADA SERVICE [silverware] 56:13-6
ART 69:23-4
ARTS 68:37
ARTS AND CRAFTS 29:3-12; South Hams 17:38-9
ASHBURTON, Guild of St Lawrence 56:35-6; Museum 13:26-8
ASHCOMBE, Church history 67:5-6
ASHREIGNEY, social conditions 66:23-7
ASTOR, Viscount Waldorf 55:3-11, Note 56:34
AXMINSTER, legends, 36:15-21; religious history 11:3-4
BALDWIN, d.1190 40:26
BALL, William, d.1690 40:26
BALLOONS AND BALLOONING, Exeter 63:13-16
BALLS-HEADLEY, Walter, 1841-1919 64:16-17
BAMPFIELD, Sir Coplestone, 1636-1691 42:19
BANDS, Village 7:20; Widecombe-in-the-Moor 7:21
BANKS AND BANKING, Plymouth Naval Bank 60:26-7
BARNSTAPLE 21:2-6; 38:22-4, Dodderidge Library 24:18-9; elections 60:3-7; Green Lane 56:22-4; history 73:2-6, 1645 52:22-3; North Devon Athenaeum 34:6; 38:31-2; North Devon Infirmary 34:7-12; Pilton Mill 27:15-21; pottery industry 2:11
BARNSTAPLE AND NORTH DEVON DISPENSARY 34:11
BATHING 69:18-22
BEACONS 29:2~-6
BEAL, Samuel. 1825-1889 38:30
BEATON, Patrick Grant 25:19-26; 26:24-9
BEER, Joy, obituary 43:40
BEES AND BEEKEEPING 49:3-10
BELLS AND BELLRINGING 52:18-21
BENNETT, George, 1804-1893 64:15-16
BERE LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 44:37
BERRY, Sir John. 1635-1691 42:19
BERRY POMEROY, Poor Law 10:22-8
BEVIN, Ernest 42:20-4; 42:40; 65:28-30
BIBLOGRAPHIES 61:35-6; Devonshire 4:20-7; 8.31-2; 22:40-8; theses on Devonshire history 9:28-33; 45:30-4; transport 6:32; University of Exeter publications 86: 6-12 see also DEVON UNION LIST
BIDEFORD, East-the-Water (Shamwick) 19:23-27; pottery industry 2:11-14
BIDEFORD AND WESTWARD HO! RAILWAY, land acquisition 9:13
BIDGOOD, John, 1624-1690 40:27
BILLIARDS 34:13-5
BILLINGER, Thomas 73:2-6
BIOGRAPHIES 1:1, 5-9; 5:34; 38: 22-4:44:20-1
BLACKAWTON AND STRETE HISTORY GROUP 65:38
BLACKFORD, Lord 1811-1889 38:30
BLACK TORRINGTON, religious history 11:6
BLUNDELL’S SCHOOL 13: 16-20; porters 56: 9-12
BONE, Hugh Temple 57: 20-3
BORINGDON, Lord see Morley, Lord John
BOVEY TRACEY 12: 10-3, Heritage Trust 64:38
BOWCOMBE CREEK 32: 15-8
BOWRING, Benjamin 18: 14-6
BOYCOT, William 12:10-3
BOYE, Jacques 42:3-7
BRADLAUGH, Charles 20:5-10
BRADNINCH, Manor 30:25-30
BRADNINCH LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 44:36
BRANNOC, St 65:27-7
BRATTON CLOVELLY 62:11-7
BRAUNTON, religious history 11:3-4
BRIAN, Sir Guy de, 1307-1391 42:19
BRICE, Andrew, 1690-1758 40:25; Worthington 58:15-17
BRIDESTOWE, Church 66:4-6
BRIDGES 45:11-12; Bickleigh correction 64:37; Bowcombe Creek 32:15-18; Druxton 64:3Exeter 70:9-15, Iron 60:15-18; Fenny Bridges 50:4-10; 47:7; Greystone 64:5-6; Higher New (Tamar) 64:5-6; Horse 64:6-9; Laira 41:18-9; 42:15-9; 43:9, 12; names 42:9-14; New (Gunnislake) 64:9-10; North Devonshire 63: 8-12; Ottery St Mary, Cadhay 59:15-18; Ottery St Mary, St Saviour’s 47:6-12; Polson 64:5; Tamar 64:3-11, proposed 43:9-14; Teigngrace, Teign 52:3-11, Teignmouth - Shaldon 45:12-17; Thorverton 36:28-9
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR LOCAL HISTORY 24:26; 25:27
BRITTON, Simon Gage 34:7-12
BRIXHAM 30:30; military history 76: 6-15; Museum 46:36-7
BROADCLYST, Cliston Manor Mill 26:18
BROCKENDEN, William, 1787-1854 34:27
BROOKE, George of Whunple, 1785-c1850, 28:15-19
BROWN, Samuel 43:9-14
BRUNEL, Isambard Kingdom 17:12-15
BUCKFASTLEIGH, Cahell tomb 39: 9-16; Correction 40:13
BUDE CANAL 71:2-9
BUILDINGS, archaeology 71:10-24
BULKAMORE IRON MINE 14:15-16
BULLER, Sir Redvers 48:20, 51:29-33
BURNET MORRIS INDEX 8: 28-9
BURNEY, family 7: 9-11
BUSH, Raymond 73:7-9
CABELL, family 39: 9-16. Correction 40:13
CANALS, Bude 71:2-9
CARDWELL, Edward 33:38
CAREW, Bampfylde Moore 1690-1758 40: 25-6
CARLILE, Richard, 1790-1843 40:26
CARPENTER, Nathaniel, 1588-?1635 36:21
CARTES-DE-VISITE 43:18; 46:20-6, 49-34
CARTWRIGHT, Joseph. 1789-1829 38:30
CARY, Robert, ?1615-1688 36:21
CAUNTER, family 42:28-9
CENSUSES, Compton 9:14-27; 10:4-16
CENTENARIES 36:21; 38:30, Correction 39:39; 40: 25-6
CHAGFORD, hydroelectricity 15:25-6
CHANTER, J. R. 38:22-4
CHARLES II 34:23-5
CHARTISM 32:3-6
CHULMLEIGH AND DISTRICT LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 44:35
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS, Plymouth 75:28-31
CHURCH HISTORY 61:10-16; 67:3-9; 70:16-21; AD 55-1066 11:2-11; AD 1500-99 3:1-2; AD 1800-99 44:3-10; Act of Uniformity 44:28-9; Devonshire, North 66:3-7; Holsworthy 73:26-32; Torbay, Torquay 67:19; 70:24-6; 72:7-14 see alsoRELIGIOUS HISTORY
CHURCH MONUMENTS see TOMBSTONES
CHURCH OF ENGLAND AD 1800-99 44:3-10; sacraments 44:28-9
CHURSTON FERRERS, village cross 74:2-10
CIDER 19:2-8; 23:15-8
CIVIL WAR, English 1642-9 76:25-32
CLARKSON, Christopher 73:26-32
CLAYHIDON LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 59:38
CLYST ST GEORGE, Ebford Wharf 70:27-32
COADESTONE 70:22-3
COAL TRADE 59:3-9
COAST GUARD SERVICE, Torbay 50:11-7; Torbay. Babbacombe 50:12-3, 15-6; Torbay, Torquay 50: 13, 15
COBBETT, William 31:3-10
COCHRANE, Lord, Thomas 31:3-10
COCKS, John Somers Obituary 63:38
COINS, East Worlington hoard 19:28-30
COLDRIDGE, Church stained glass 71:38
COLERIDGE, Sir John Taylor, 1790-1876 40:26
COMBE MARTIN 19:23-7
COMMON FIELD SYSTEM 62:22-5
COMMON GROUND [Charity] 34:25-6
COMMUNITY PROJECTS 40: 30-6
COMPTON CENSUS 9:14-27; 10:4-1
CONSERVATION 20:18-22; 27:10-14; 44:24-7
COOKWORTHY, William 7:12
COOKWORTHY MUSEUM see WILLIAM COOKWORTHY MUSEUM
CORONERS 58:4-10
COTTON, R. W. 38:22-4
COURTENAY, William, Earl of Devon, 1807-1885 36:21
CRAB FISHING 12:2-5
CRAFTS see ARTS AND CRAFTS
CREDITON 45:18-22; parish library 24: 19-21; tithe apportionments 21:7-9
CREDITON HISTORY AND MUSEUM SOCIETY 44:37
CRICKET 48:21
CRISPIN, Thomas 7:12
CROCODILE, HMS 6:9
CROMWELL, Oliver 75:26-7
CROSSES 4:34-5
CROSSING, William 38:20-1
CULLOMPTON, religious history 11:4-5
CULM, River 19:31-2
CULMSTOCK 19: 32, 33-4
CULMSTOCK LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 14:45
CULM TRADE 59:3-9
CURES see REMEDIES
DAIRY FARMING 11:35-40
DALWOOD 21:33-7
DANCING, Exeter 39:23-4
DARTMOOR 21:25-32; farming 14:5-10
DARTMOOR TIN WORKING RESEARCH GROUP 44:37; 48:36
DARTMOUTH 31:17-23; Higher Ferry 30:4-8
DAWLISH, Museum 8:25-7; Warren 13:21-5
DAWLISH LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 61:39-40
DEAN COMBE, Farm 51:14-5
DE BRIAN, Sir Guy see BRIAN, Sir Guy de
DESERTED VILLAGES 13:2-7; list 13:5-7
DEVON, Pensylvania (USA) 75:38-9
DEVON AND CORNWALL RECORD SOCIETY 13:8-10
DEVON AND EXETER INSTITUTION, library 7:4-6; 40:5-8
DEVON BIBLIOGRAPHY 40:8
DEVON BOOK OF THE YEAR, 1997 57:36-7; 58:2; 1998 59:40; 1999 60:2; 62:37; 2000 64:37; 2001 66:34-5; 2002 68:35; 2003 70:38; 2005 74:37; 2007 76:37
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL, Libraries 6:21-3; 13:11-13
DEVON COUNTY PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM, Exminster 55:19-21
DEVON COUNTY SITES AND MONUMENTS REGISTER 20: 23. Continued as DEVON SITES AND MONUMENTS REGISTER
DEVON FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY 14:43
DEVON HISTORIAN 1:3-4; 20:3-4; 70:4-5; 76:37; editorial 70:4
DEVON HISTORIC BUILDING TRUST 7:7-9; 16:3-6
DEVON HISTORY DISSERTATION PRIZE, 2006 74:38
DEVON HISTORY SOCIETY 21: 6; 40:3; 43:3: AGM minutes 1979 19:35-6; 1980 21:19-20; 1981 23:13-14; 1982 25:8-9; 1983 27:24-5; 1984 30:31-2; 1985 32:31-3; 1986 34:39-40; 1989 40:39-40; 1990 42:38-9; 1991 44:38-40; 1992 44:39-40; 1993 48:37, 38-9; 1994 50:36-38; 1995 52:39-40; 1996 54:38-40; 1997 56:38-40; 1998 58:39-40; 1999 60:39-40; 2000 62:39-40: 2001 64:39-40; 2002 66:38-40; 2003 68:38-40; 2004 70:39-40; 2005 72:39-40; 2006 74:38-40; 2007 76:37-40; Chairman 68:26; Constitution (amended 1994) 50:39-40: meetings 69:29; 71:40; twenty-five years 50-3; website 62:37. See also STANDING CONFERENCE FOR DEVON HISTORY
DEVON RECORD OFFICE 3:18-22; 14:46; 15:20,49; 25:26; 38:31; 65:38; 69:30; group tickets 59:39-40; North Devon 38:31; service points 39:27-8; Tiverton Museum service point 55:37-8
DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY 2:7-10
DEVON SITES AND MONUMENT REGISTER 39:25-6
DEVON SMITHY, Whimple 54:30-2
DEVON TITHE INDEX 59:39
DEVON UNION LIST 2:14; 14; 8:40 See also BIBLIOGRAPHIES, Devonshire
DEVON YEOMANRY 60:28-3d
DEVONSHIRE DOMESDAY 2:7-10
DEVON SITES AND MONUMENT REGISTER 39:25-6
DEVON SMITHY, Whimple 54:30-2
DEVON TITHE INDEX 59:39
DEVON UNION LIST 2:14; 8:40 See also BIBLIOGRAPHIES- Devonshire
DEVON YEOMANRY 60:28-32
DINAH of Dunnabridge Pound Farm 14:7
DIRECTORIES 1: 9-10
DIVORCE 55:12-8
DOIDGE. Thomas Sweet 48:17-9
DOONEfiimilv 58:25-30
DRAKE 400 CELEBRATIONS 15:47-8
DUELS 23.~57
EARTHENWARE, Barnstaple 2:11; Bideford 2:11-4; export trade 53:4-10
EARTHQUAKES, Barnstaple 65:40
EAST BUDLEIGH, population 13:13-5
EAST DEVONSHIRE, local history societies 14:45
EAST WORLINGTON, coin hoard 19:28-30
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS, Plympton 33:28-34
EDITING 50:32
EDMUND, David obituary 47:3
EDUCATION 5:27-30; 17:3-6: Blundell’s School 13:16-20; Exeter 23:19-23; further 59:10-4; National Curriculum 45:22-3; South Molton 23:7-11; Tiverton 30:13-7
ELECTIONS, Barnstaple 60:3-7; Exeter 27:3-6
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 15:21-32
ELWILL, John 27:4
EMIGRATION 2:17-8; Torquay 67:20-4
ENCLOSURE 62:22-5
ERMUND, Saint 51:12-3
EVENS, Michael 54:24-6
EXETER 27:3-6; Bowhill 71:19-21; Cathedral 71:17-8; Cathedral archives 8:19-21; Cathedral library 8:17-21; Church of St Petrock 68:3-6; Correction 69:31; College Hostel 18:21-3; dancing 39:23-4; education 23:19-23; High Street 71:17; hydroelectricity 15:26; Iron Bridge 60:15-8; iron foundry 41:26-8; local government 17:7-11; museums 3:15-7; political history 20:5-10; 21:10-11; prisons 69:12-17; Record Office 5:13-5 see also DEVON RECORD OFFICE; Rougement House 3:15; School of Art 73:10-11; social history 25:10-4; 39:23-4; 42:24-5; Topsham, fort 52:12-7; Topsham, museum 38:25-7, 58:37; Topsham, Wigzell's Patent Spiral Fluted Nail Company 73:11-12; trademarks 44:22-3; University 8:3-12, Correction 9:40; University, parish libraries 24:18-21; views 48:33-4; walls 71:18-19
EXHIBITIONS 28:33-4
EXMINSTER, Devon County Pauper Lunatic Asylum 55:19-21; 74:20-1; tithe apportionments 21:7-9
EXMOOR PRESS 8:13-16
EXMOUTH, Rolle College 9:34-6
EXON DOMESDAY 2:7-10
EXPORT TRADE, earthenware 53:4-10
FAIRMILE MILL see TALATON MILL
FALLA. Trevor 33:15-9
FAMILY HISTORY see GENEALOGY
FARMS AND FARMING 2:-6; 17:25-6; 75:2-5; dairy 11:35-40; Dartmoor 14:5-10; Deancombe 51:14-5; Thurlestone 49:24-7; Widworthy 48:3-8 see also AGRICULTURE
FENNY BRIDGES 47:7; 50:4-10; 62:26-9
FERRIES, Dartmouth Floating Bridge 30:4-8; Devonport/Torpoint 33:20-7; Laira flying bridge 41:15-8
FIELD NAMES 35:29
FIELD SYSTEMS 4:3-11; 62:22-5
FIRES, East Devonshire 20:11-7; Plymouth 59:26-7
FIRST WORLD WAR see WORLD WAR 1914-1918
FISHING, crab 12:2-5
FOLIOT, Gilbert, ?-1187 35:28
FORD, John, 1586-c1640 33:37
FORTESCUE, family 37:9-14
FORTESCUE, Sir William 34:27
FORTS, Plymouth 35:3-14; Topsham 52:12-17
FOX, Aileen 75:2-5
FOX, Harold, President 54:40; 1948-2007 76:2-5
FREE CHURCH 9: 9-13
FRIENDS OF DEVON ARCHIVES 59:40
FROUDE, John, 1777-1852 [Jack] 44:7; 59:19-25
FULTON, Robert 33:21-3
GALMPTON [Churston Ferrers], Archaeology, industrial 27:22; Warborough Mill 26:18
GAME, South Hams 52:24-6
GANDY, James, 1619-1689 38:30
GARRATT, Francis 41:28-9
GAUL, Robert, senior 35:15-7
GAUL, Robert, junior 35:15-7
GENEALOGY 3:7-11; 7:9-11; 9:13; 14:43; Plymouth 24: 22-4
GEOLOGY, Ilsington 63:17
GEORGEHAM, social history 53:11-15
GERMANSWEEK, Church 67:17-18
GILL, Crispin 33:13; 70:3
GLANVILL, John, 1542-1600 66:8-11; 67:29-30
GLANVILLE, Lady see GLANVILLE, Eleanor
GLANVILLE, Eleanor 25:7
GOLDEN HIND [Ship replica] 6:25-6
GORHAM, George Cornelius 44:3-4
GREAVES, Charles senior 40:14
GREAVES, Charles 1816-1883 40:14-20
GREEN, James 32:7-14; 45:3-4, 7-8
GREEN LANES PROJECT 27:28; 28:28-32
GREENHILL, Basil, obituary 67:32
GREET, Florence 42:26-7
GRENVILLE, Sir Bevil 45:24-6
GRENVILLE, Sir Richard, 1542-1591 43:8 75:21-2
GRENVILLE, Sir Richard ?-1659 45:24-6
GUBBINGS or GUBBINS family 54:10-5
HALDON GATE 49:32
HALL, Samuel Carter, 1801-1889 38:30
HANGMAN HILL 18:9-13
HARDING, Thomas 3:1
HAROLD, Arthur george 1919- 64:17
HARRISON, John Patch 73:11,12,15-16
HARTLAND, population 19:12-22, Correction 20:10
HATHERLEIGH, parish registers 50:24
HAYDON. Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846 33:38
HAYDON, Edwin Scott, obituary 58:3
HAYMAN, Richard 35:18-20
HAZELDINE, William 42:9-14
HELE, John Carroll 27:7-9
HEMYOCK, Castle 19:31; iron smelting 19:32; Unigate Factory 19:31
HEMYOCK LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 14:45
HENNIS, Peter 28:25-7
HERZOGJN CECILIE, Ship 6:9
HIGHAMPTON, Church 66:4
HISTORY, Oral, Moor memories 65:38
History, Social, Broadwoodwidger 64:19-21
HOLDSWORTH, family 31:17-23
HOLMAN, James 33:37-8
HOLSWORTHY, Church history 73:26-32
HONITON, Borough Seal 48:9-13; Church 41:20-25; museum 11:41-4; World War, 1914-1918 38:10-15
HOOKER, John 1:5-6,8
HOOKER, Richard 3:1
HOPKINS, Ezekial. 1634-1690 40:27
HOPKINS, Roger 1775-1847 45:9-17, Correction 46:35; 50:26-7; 51:22-8
HORRABRIDGE, shoemakers 38:28
HORTICULTURE 73:7-9
HOSKINS, William George, 1908-1994 67:30-1; 68:32-3; 69:4-7; obituary 44:40
HOSPITALS 34:7-12
HOUSING 5:3-7; 20:28-37; industrial 16:17-20
HUGUENOTS 30:18-20
HUTCHINSON, Peter Orlando 25:2-6; 26:23
HUXHAM, John 10:17-21
HYDROELECTRICITY 15:21-32
IDDESLEIGH, 1st Lord see NORTHCOTE, Sir Stafford
ILFRACOMBE, museum 2:14-6, 37:26-7
ILLEGITIMACY 23:25-9
ILLITERACY 11:21-6
ILSINGTON 65:16-20; 68:7-12; 70:6-8; Court Barton 60:19-25; mines 63:17-20; Rora 62:3-10
IMMIGRATION 21:17-8
INDEXES, Burnet Morris 8:28-9; West country (Torquay Public Library) 5:12
INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY 6:17-9; Galmpton 27:22
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 26:7-10
INDUSTRIES, fishing 12:2-5; hydroelectricity 15:21-32; iron 19:32, 31:16, 41:26-8, 57:27-9; -pottery 2:11-4, 3:3-6 see also MINES AND MINING
INSTOW, World War, 1939-45 63:21-5
INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL INDEX, Plymouth 24:22-4
IRON INDUSTRY 19:32, 31:16; Exeter 41:26-8; Tavistock 57:27-9
IRON MINING 11:27-34, 14:15-16; Haytor 57:8-13, 63:19, Ilsington 63:19
IVYBRIDGE 38:20-1
IVYBRIDGE AND DISTRICT CIVIC SOCIETY 48:36
JACOBS, Thomas 27:7
JEFFCOTT. Sir John 28:25-7
JEMIMA, SS 33:25-6
JEWELL. John 3:1
JOHN, Saint [Celtic] 51:10-2
JOHNSON, family of Ashreigney 66:23-7
JOHNSON, Samuel 69:8-11; 70:38
JOURNALISM 42:24-5
KELLY IRON MINE 11:27-34
KENNAWAY, family of Escot 46:9-11 Correction 47:18
KENTON, Women's Institute 76:16-24
KILMINGTON 9:37-9
KINGSBRIDGE 7:12-3, museum 5:40
KINGSTON HISTORY SOCIETY 14:44
KROPOTKIN, Peter 17:25-6
LABOUR 15:39-41, children 61:3-9, Exeter 25:10-14, women 14:7
LACE AND L.ACEMAKING, Honiton 28:20-4, 29:27-31
LARPENT, family 31:14-15
LAVER, Murray 41:39
LAW OF SETTLEMENT 18:17-19
LAWYERS 47:17-18
LEAD MINING, Ilsington 63:18-19
LEE. Frederick Richards 49:19-23
LEGENDS 36:15-21, 39:9
LIBER EXONIENSIS see EXON DOMESDAY
LIBRARIES, 1970 1:16-19, Devon and Exeter Institution 7:4-6, 40:5-8; Devon County Council 6:21-3, 13:11-12; Exeter Cathedral 8:17-21; parish 24:18-21; Plymouth Public 10:29-31; Tavistock Subscription 40:21-2; Torquay Public 5:12
LIFEBOATS 6:9, 8:30
LIFTON LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 45:40, 48:35-6
LIGHTHOUSES, Eddystone 62:31-2
LIGHTING, electric 41:8-11; oil 15:17-20
LIME BURNING, Tiverton 60:8-14
LIME KILNS 21:12-16
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 15:2-16
LOCAL HISTORIANS 1:5-8
LOCAL HISTORY 41:29-33; collections 25:15-8; Manpower Services Commission Local Studies Project 40:28-36; problems 9:3-8; research 9:37-40, 47:4-5, 55:25-8, 56:32-3, 63:25-6; resources 10:42-3, 26:11-17; resources, North Devonshire 9:13; resources, South Hams 7:18-20, 11:45-6; societies 23:24, 44:36-37; societies, 1970 1:12-5, 19; societies, 1972 4:36; societies, 1977 14:42-3; societies, 1980 21:21-4, Addendum 23-4; societies, 1982 24:25; writine 4:15-16
LOCAL POPULATION STUDIES [periodical] 7:21-2
LODDISWELL 4:12-4
LONG BURROW WINDMILL 26:18
LUPPITT LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 64:38
LYMPSTONE, economic conditions 58:11-18
LYNMOUTH, hydroelectric plant 15:23-5
MacDONALD, John, 1759-1831 66:13-15
MAGISTRATES, County 58:4-10
MALBOROUGH 17:38
MANGANESE MINING, Ilsington 63:20
MANPOWER SERVICES COMMISSION, Local Studies Projects 40:28-36
MANWARING, family 12:22-5
MAPS AND MAPMAKING 34:25-6; Boycot, William 12:10-3; Ogilvy 1675 65:4; resources 11:12-20
MARITIME HISTORY, Torbay 29:33-4
MARRIAGE 50:24
MARSH, A. J., obituary 40:8
MAYNARD, Sir John 1602-1690 40:27
MAYNE, Cuthbert 3:1
MEDICINE 10:17-21; 64:12-18
MEMBURY HISTORY SOCIETY 45:40
MENTAL WELFARE 55:19-21
MILESTONES 4:34-5; 5:16-22, surveys 1:9
MILITARY HISTORY, Devon Yeomanry 60:28-32; Torbay, Brixham 76:6-15
MILLENNIUM HISTORIES 63:36-8
MILLES ENQUIRY 1775/6, Loddiswell 4:12-4
MILLS AND MILLING 7:14-8; 19:31; 20:24-7; 26:18-22; 27:15-21; 35:27; watermills index 1:10 MINCHINTON, Waiter 35:2; obituary 55:40
MINES AND MINING 11:27-34; 14:15-16; 63:17-20
MINSTERS 11:2-11
MONKOKEHAMPTON, Church 70:17-18
MONKTON, Church 70:19-20
MONMOUTH REBELLION 24:15-17
MOORE S HISTORY OF DEVONSHIRE, transport references 18:31-2
MORETONHAMPSTEAD AND DISTRICT MUSEUM AND LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 16:14-6; 45:40
MORLEY, Lord John, flying bridge 41:15-20
MORMONS see CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
MORRIS, family of Topsham 56:17-9
MORWELLHAM 10:36-41
MURDER, Kentisbeare 47:13-6
MUSEUMS, 1971 2:19-22; Ashburton 13:26-8; Brixham 46:36-7; Dawlish 8:25-7; Exeter 3:15-17; Exeter, Rougemont House 3:15; Honiton and Allhallows 11:41-4; Ilfracombe 12:14-6; 37:26-7; Kingsbridge (William Cookworthy) 5:40; 7:12-13; 12:26-9; North Devon 7:23; North Devon Maritime 38:32-3; 48:35; Okehampton 36:30-1; Plymouth 32:30; Salcombe Summer 11:47; Tiverton 15:33-8; 39 I7-22; Topsham 38:25-7; 58:37; Uffculme 35:27
MUSIC 7:20-1
MUSTER ROLL, 1569 17:16-8
NAMES, Geographical 9:37-9; 12:6-9
NAMES, Personal 5:9-12; 6:13-6; 10:32-5; 12:22-5; 72:2-6; naming of children 48:14-5
NASMYTH, James, 1808-1890 44:14-9
NEWFOUNDLAND TRADE 58:12-5
NEWMAN, family 31:17-23
NEWSPAPER 69:25-8; Devon and Exeter Institution 7:5; Finding List 14:36-7; Index 1:10
NONCOMFORMISTS see FREE CHURCH
NORTHCOTE, Sir Stafford. 1818-1887 34:27
NORTH DEVON ATHENAEUM 34:6; 38;31-32
NORTH DEVON INFIRMARY 34:7-12
NORTH DEVON MARITIME MUSEUM 38:32-3; 48:35
NORTH DEVON RECORD OFFICE 38:31
NORTH LEW, Church 67:14-17
NORTH WHILBOROUGH, Long Burrow Windmill 26:18
NUTWELL, economic conditions 58:15-6
OCHRE WORKS 43:20-5
OCKERY, The, Princetown 42:3,6
ODAMS MANURE FACTORY 70:27-32
OFFWELL, parish registers 53:16-21
OKEHAMPTON, hydroelectric plant 15:22-3; museum 36:30-1
OKEHAMPTON AND DISTRICT MUSEUM OF DARTMOOR LIFE 36:32-4
OLD PLYMOUTH SOCIETY 45:40
OLIVER, George 36:32-3
OTTERY ST MARY, Cadhay bridge 59:15-8; history 66:36; illegitimacy 23:25-9; industries 67:10-13; parish library 24:21; St Saviour’s bridge 47:6-12
PAIGNTON, Fernicombe Mill 26:18; World War, 1939-45 40:22-5
PALMER, Sir James Freerick, 1803-1871 64:14-15
PARISHES 33:3-9
PARISH HISTORIES 67:25-8
PARISH LIBRARIES 24:18-21
PARISH REGISTERS 5:9-12; 48:14-16; Hatherleigh 50:24; Offwell 53:16-21; Tiverton 12:17-21; Widworthy 53:16-21
PAROCHIAL REGISTERS AND RECORDS MEASURE 1978 17:27
PARRACOMBE, Church of St Petrock 70:17
PARSONS, James, 1705-70 64:12-13
PARTRIDGES 52:24-5
PAYHEMBURY, history 64:25-8
PENNY, Edward Burton 73:15
PENNY READINGS 17:3-6
PERKINS, Keith S., obituary 71:38
PETRE CHARTER 3:12-14
PETROC, Saint 61:10-16
PETROCKSTOWE, Church 70:18
PEWTER 38:3-9; Exeter 35:15-17
PHEASANTS 52:25
PHILLIPS, Henry 3:4-5
PHILLIPS, Katherine Aurora 68:20-4
PHILLPOTTS, Henry, Bishop of Exeter 44:3-10; 57:15-16, 18
PHOTOGRAPHY, air 16:25-6; Exeter 43:14-9; 46:20-6; 49:34; Exmouth 45:27-9; Plymouth 48:17-19; Teignmouth 45:27-9
PICTURE POSTCARDS 38:29; Plymouth 34:18-22
PIKE, John Richard, 1921-2004, obituary 69:3
PINNEY, Azariah 29:17-21
PINSENT, family 10:32-5
PIRACY 43:4-8; 65:40
PLACE NAMES see NAMES, Geographical
PLAQUES 14:42-3
PLYMOUTH 25:19-26; 26:24-9; 33:11-14; Correction 34:2; 34:18-22; 59:26-8; 62:18-21, defences 35:3-14; Devonport Dockyard 44:15-18; hydroelectric plant 15:26-7; institutions 30:33-4; Laira bridge 41:15-20; Plympton, Church history 67:4-5; Poor Law 32:26-8; 35:2l~2; public library 10:29-31; royal visits, 1789 66:40; social conditions 64:22-4; social history 25:19-26; 26:24-9; 28:3-14; 37:15-20; University 46:17-19; water supply 24:9-14; World War 1939-45 55:3-11; 58:19-24
PLYMOUTH ATHENAEUM 14:11-14; 15:50-2
PLYMOUTH INSTITUTION see PLYMOUTH ATHENAEUM
PLYMOUTH NAVAL BANK 60:26-7
PLYMPTON, economic conditions 33:28-34; religious history 11:4; St Maurice 67:4-5
POACHING 31:11-13
POETRY 73:2-6
POLE, Sir William of Shute 1561-1635 1:7
POLITICAL HISTORY, Exeter 20:5-10; 21:10-11; Honiton 31:3-9
POLTIMORE, parish history 67:26-7
POLTIMORE HOUSE 62:38
POLWHELE, Richard 28:24
POOR LAW 12:28-9, Berry Pomeroy 10:22-5; Plymouth 32:26-8; teaching aids 4:32
POPPLESTONE, Samuel 6:8
POPULATION 5:23-6; 65:15; Colyton 24:4-8; East Bud1eigh 13:13-15; Hartland 19:12-22; Correction 20:10; Ilsington 68:10-12; Widecombe-in-the-Moor 3:8-11; Wilmington 49:11-18
PORTLEMOUTH 56:36-7
PORTRAITS, index 1:11
POSTCARDS see PICTURE POSTCARDS
POST OFFICE, sources 9:5
POTTERY INDUSTRY, Barnstaple 2:11; Bideford 2:11-14; 3:3-6; exports 2:12, 13-4
POUND HOUSES, surveys 12:30-1
POWDERHAM, Castle 59:10-14; 74:19; Women's Institute 76, 16-24
PRAYER BOOK REBELLION 1549 62:26-9
PRENTICE, Charles Brightly, 1830-1894 64:16
PREVENTATIVE SERVICE 54:3-9, Correction 55:39
PRINCETOWN AND DISTRICT LOCAL HISTORY CLUB 44:37
PRISONERS OF WAR 34:3-6; 36:10-4; 42:3-8
PRISONS, Exeter 69:12-17
PROUT, Samuel, 1783-1852 artist 54:16-21
PURVES, Shirley 68:26
RABBITS 52:25-6
RACKENFORD 62:22-5
RAILWAYS, Bideford and Westward Ho! 9:13; Bulkamore Tramway 14:15-16; Exeter - Plymouth [proposed] 68:25-6; High Moor 37:21-3; Plymouth and Dartmoor 45:9; sources 9:5-7; South Devon 31:30-2
RALEIGH, Sir Walter 1:8; 76:25-32; 75:19-20,23-4
RAMILIES, HMS 6:7-8
RAWRIDGE, mill 20:24-7
RELIGIOUS HISTORY 18:3-7; 23:2-6; 44:28-9 see also CHURCH HISTORY
REMEDIES 31:32
RENDEL, James Meadows 30:4-l2; 32:15-21; railways 68:25-6
RETAIL TRADE, sources 9:3
REWE, parish history 67:26
REYNOLDS, family 69:8-11; 70:38
REYNOLDS, John 3:1
REYNOLDS, William 3:1
RIGBY, Richard 36:21
RIGHTS OF WRECKAGE, South Devonshire 6:4
RISDON, Tristam 1:5-8
ROADFORD RESERVOIR 36:34-5
ROADS 27:23; 43:26-8; 65:3-8; 66:36; 75:6-11; A38 65:39; Exeter Bypass 43:26-7; Exeter to Cullompton 57:24-6; Exeter Turnpike Trust 45:3-8; Exe Valley road in Devonshire 63:33-7; Plymouth to Totnes 5454:22-4; Sidmouth and Cullompton Turnpike Trust 38:16-9; South Devonshire 31:29-30; South Hams 18:24-9; Totnes North End Turnpike Trust 36:22-7
ROBBERIES, Hatherleigh 65:40
ROCHAMBEAU. Donation 42:3-7
ROSE ASH, Church of St Peter 70:17
ROYAL VISITS, Barnstaple, 1645 52:22-3
ROBERTS, Mark 27:23
ROLLE COLLEGE, Exmouth 9:34-6
ROUGEMONT HOUSE MUSEUM, Exeter 3:15
ROWE, Samuel 41:3-7; 45:18-22
SAHIB BEGUM see PHILLIPS, Kathleen Aurora
SAINTHILL, Richard. 1787-1869 34:27, 40
SAINTS 51:10-3
SALCOMBE, Bay treasure 61:38
SALTER, George 47:14-5; Peter 47:13-5; William 47:13-5
SATTERLY, Sally 14:7
SCOTT. Christopher 41:39
SEAWARD, Edward 27:4
SECOND WORLD WAR see WORLD WAR, 1939- 1945
SELLMAN, R.R. 40:8
SELLON, Lydia 19:9-11
SHARP, Mr [?Thomas] 45:7-9
SHEEPWASH, Church 70:18-19
SHIPBUILDING, Bideford 49:28-31; Lympstone 58:14-7; Torquay 61:17-24
SHIPS AND SHIPPING, Registers 23:12 Addendum 24:25
SHIPWRECKS 6:3-12; Amphion, HMS 62:18-21; rights of wreckage 6:4; Thurlestone 6:7
SHOEMAKERS 26:36; Footnote 27:23; 38-28
SHORE, James 57:14-19
SIDMOUTH, lighting 41:8-11
SIDWELL, Saint 51:10
SIGFORD 70:6-7
SILVERWARE, Armada Service 56:13-6
SIMCOE, Elizabeth 5:8; John Graves 1752-1806 57:3-7; 58:38
SINGLETON, John North 30:13-17
SISTERS OF MERCY, Devonport 30:9-11
SKINNER, Matthew 64:19-21
SLEE, Tom 16:7-13
SLIPWARE 2:13
SMUGGLING 47:13-16: 58:13-14
SOCIAL HISTORY 28:3-13; 29:13-16; 50:10; sixteenth century 4:17-19; nineteenth century 7:3-4; Exeter 25:10; 39: 23-4; Georgeham 53:11-15
SOCIETY FOR THE ENGOURAGEMENT OF ARTS, MANUFACTURERS AND COMMERCE 29:3-12; 30:30
SOUTH HAMS 30:21-4; arts and crafts 17:38-9; historical sites index 12:26-7; research 7:18-20; 11:45-6; roads 18:24-9
SOUTH MOLTON, Free School 23:7-11
SOUTH MOLTON AND DISTRICT ARCHIVE 18:30
SQUIER, Hugh 23:7-11
STANDING CONFERENCE FOR DEVON HISTORY, aims 1:1-2; history 20:2-4; projects 1:1-2, 4, 9-11 Continued as DEVON HISTORY SOCIETY
STANDING CONFERENCE FOR LOCAL HISTORY 6:20; 14:38-42; 21:38
STANES, Robin 17:2
STANNERY COURTS 33:2
STANTON see STAUNTON
STAPLEHILL 70:7-8
STAUNTON 16:21-4
STEAM HAMMERS 44:14-9
STEVENSON, James Arthur Radford 54:30-2
STOATE, family 6:13-15
STOCKDALE, Frederick William Litchfield 45:18: 46:3-8 (portrait), Correction 47:18; drawings 53:24-9
STOKE CANON, parish history 67:27
STONE, Nicholas 33:37
STONEMAN, Kenneth, obituary 59:2
STORMS, blizzard 1891 6:8-9; Torbay 1866 35:8-20
STOWFORD, John 1290-1372 40:25
STRAWBERRIES 37:28
STUTTLE, William senior and junior 42:17-18
SURNAMES see NAMES, Personal
TALATON, mill 7:14-18
TAPHOUSE MILL see TALATON mill
TAVISTOCK, Abbey 62:37-8; 69:23-4; Cemetery 35:30; iron industry 31:16; Subscription Library 40:21-2‘
TAVISTOCK AND DISTRICT LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 44:37
TEIGNGRACE, Teign Bridge 52:3-11
TEIGNMOUTH 17:12-15
TELLEFSEN, Johann Christian 71:29,31
TELLEFSEN, Thomas Dyke Acland, 1823-1874 71:31,32-3; 72:16-18,20-2
TERRAE OCCUPATAE 2:7-8
THESES 9:28-33
THORVERTON 35:23-6; Bridge 36:28-9
THURLESTONE, farms and farming 49:24-7; Parish Council 46:12-16; shipwrecks 6:7; World War, 1939-45 53:22-3
TIMBER TRADE, North Devonshire 51::3-9
TIN MINING, Ilsington 63:17-18
TITHE APPORTIONMENTS 21:7-9
TIVERTON 36:10-4; Blundell’s School 13:16 20; 56:9-12; Heathcote’s British School 30:13-17; hydroelectric plant 15:27 8; museum 15:33-8, 39:17 22; parish registers 12:17-21
TOLLHOUSES 15:53
TOMBSTONES 5:31-3; Cabell tomb 39:9-16; Church monuments 61:38; surveys 1:10
TOPHOUSE MILL see TALATON, mill
TOPSHAM, fort 52:12-7; museum 38:25-7, 58:37
TORBAY, archaeology, industrial, Galmpton 27:22; Brixham, 30:30, 36:3-9; Brixham, industries 61:25-8; Brixham, military history 76:6-15; Brixham, Museum 46:36-7; Churston Ferrers 74:2-10; Fernicomhe Mill, Paignton 26:18; Paignton, World War 1939-45 40:22-5; storm, 1866 35:18-20; Torquay, church history 67:19; 70:24-6; 72:7-14; Torquay, emigration 67:20-4; Warborough Mill, Galmpton 26:18; World War, 1914-18 52:26-9, 56:20-1
TOTNES, Bridgetown. St John's Church 57:14-17; Brodestone 41:11-14; Brutus stone 41:11-14; North End Turnpike Trust 36:36:22-7; parish library 24:19-20; St Mary’s Church 30:9-12
TOTNES MUSEUM SOCIETY 64:37-8
TOURISM 66:16-22; Apology 67:32; Devonshire, north 66:18-20; Devonshire, south 66:17-18
TOWN PLANNING 14:2-4, 44:24-7
TRADE, retail 68:13-19
TRADEMARKS, Exeter 44:22-3
TRADESCANT, John 37:28
TRADE UNIONS 2;15-16
TRAIES. William, Artist 51:16-21
TRAMWAYS see RAILWAYS
TRANSPORTATION, indexes 18;31-2; World War, 1939-45 55:3-11
TRELAWNE NIANOR 56:34-5
TULLOCH, John 33:38
TURNER, Granny 31:32
TURNPIKE TRUSTS 65:5; Exeter 45:3-8; Sidmouth and Cullompton 38:16-19; Totnes North End 36:22-7
UFFCULME 63:25; Coldharbour Mill 19: 31; Museum 35:27
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER, local history 8:3-12; Correction :9:40; publications 8:6-12; theses 9:28-33
URBAN LIFE 7:3-4; 47:19-21; 65:9-15
VANBRUGH, family, 39:3-8; Charles 39:3; Sir John 39:3; Philip 39:3-8; Victoria 39:4-6
VERMIN 33:15-19
VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY 40:9-13
VOLUNTEERS, Artillery, Brixham 76:6-15
WALKER. Hilda, obituary 15:54-5
WALLING. Robert Alfred John 42:26-7
WATCHMAKING 18:14-16
WATERMILLS 27:15-21; index 1:10
WATER SUPPLY, Devonport 24;12-14; Plymouth 24;9-14; Stonehouse 24:11-12
WEMBURY LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 64:38
WESTCOTE, Thomas 1:5-8
WESTERN. family 34:16-17
WESTERN. John 32:22-5
WEST HILL 53:30-2
WHALES 32:29
WHETHAM, Thomas 60:3-7
WHIDDON, Jacob 75:18-25
WHIMPLE, Devon Smithy 54:30-2
WHITAKER. Thomas 47:7-11
WHITE ALE 37:24-5
WIDECOMBE-IN-THE-MOOR 14: 17-20; band 7:21; Poor Law 12:28-9; population 3:8-11
WIDECOMBE AND D[STRIC’F LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 59:38
WIDWORTHY 48:3-8; Castle Hill 50:18-23; parish registers 53:16-21
WIFE-SELLING 55:12-8
WIGHTWICK, George 31:24-8
WIGZELL, Montague 73:10-17
WILLIAM III 36:3-9
WILLIAM COOKWORTHY MUSEUM 5:40; 7:12-1; historical sites index 12:26-7
WILLIAMSON, Henry 53:11-5
WILMINGTON 49:11-8
WIMPEY, Joseph 62: 1-7; William 62: 1-7
WINDMILLS 26 18-22
WOLSTON, Richard Walter 61:25-8
WOMEN'S INSTITUTES, Kenton and Powderham 76, 16-24
WOOD, Karl 26:18
WOODBURY, Ebford Wharf 70:27-32; social history 56:3-8
WOOLCOMBE, Henry 33:11
WORLD WAR, 1914-1918, Honiton 38:10-5; Torbay, Red Cross Hospitals 56:20-1; Torquay, New Zealand Discharge Centre 52:26-9
WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 54:27-9; 57:20-3; blitz 55:22-4; 58:19-24; evacuees 60:33-4; -Instow 63:21-5; Plymouth 55:3-11; 58:19-24; Thurlestone 53:22-3; Torbay, Paignton 40:22-5
WORTH, R N. 33:11-12
WYKES-FINCH, William 72:24-30
YALLOP, John, death announcement 48:13
YELVERTON AND DISTRICT LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY 44:35; 48:36
YEWS, Payhembury 74:25-7; 75:36
ZEAL MONACHORUM, social history 50:10
ZERAPHYN, ship 43:4-8

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