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DEVONSHIRE - 1893 (1)

Kelly's Directory of Devonshire & Cornwall - 1893
Part 1 - Devon: County & Localities

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PREFACE .

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THE Proprietors, in submitting to their Subscribers and the Public the present
Edition of KELLY's DIRECTORY OF DEVONSHIRE AND CoRNWALL, trust that it
may be found equal in accuracy to the previous issues.

Every effort has been made to render it as perfect as possible. Lists of
Hundreds and Poor Law Unions are included in the Topography of each
County ; it is stated under each Parish in _what Division of the County it
is situated, pursuant to the " Redistribution· of. Seats Act, 1885," also the

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• Hundred, Union and County Court District, as well as the Diocese, Arch-
deaconry and Rural Deanery, withill th~~-Dmceses of Exeter and of Truro; and
the College and University of every Beneficed Clergyman have been given,.
as far as they can be ascertained; the Post Office Savings Bank and Telegraph
Offices, Annuity and Insuran~e Offices have been noticed; the names of the
Parish Clerks are given under each Parish; lists of Farm Bailiffs of Gentlemen
farming their own land have been added.

The County Councils, formed under the "Local Government Act, 1888,'"



have been inserted; and the populations for 1891 are duly recorded.



A New Map of each county has been expressly prepared.

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The Street lists for Exeter and Plymouth will, it is to be hoped, increase·
the usefulness of the D1rectory.

A sketch of the Geological features of each County is included, prepared

by Mr. W. J. Harrison, of the School Board, Birmingham.

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who have given the work the benefit of their local knowledge, and also the
Clerks of the Peace who have supplied the lists of Magistrates.

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INDEX TO KELLY'S



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Abbey, see Axminster ... 33 Ashprington •••..••••.•...• 28 BeerAlston,seeBeer Ferris 52 Blackdown,see MaryTavy 328

Abbots Bickington......... 19 Ashreigney .................. 29 BeerFerris,or BeerFerrers 52 Black Down Hill, see

Abbots Kerswell......... .•• 19 AshThomas,seeHalberton ·257 Beerhall,see Axminster... 33 Sheldon .................. 561

Abbotsham.................. 19 Ashton........................ 29 Beer-North& South, see Blackerton, see Great

Accot, seeSwymbridge..• 581 Ashwater..................... 30 Clawton .................. 117 Torrington ...":........... 543

Ackerell'.s Hill, see Little Ashwell, see Bishop's BeerTown,seeBeerFerris 52 BlackHeath, see Powder-

Hempston ............... 265 'feig-nton ... ............ .•• 66 Beesands, see Stokenham 578 ham ........................ 536

Addiscott,seeSth. Tawton 593 Atherington ... ............ 30 Beeson, see Stokenham... 579 Blackpool,see Stoke Flem-
Bellair, see Pilton ......... 386 ing ........................ 576
Addlehole,seeAlvngtn. We 22 Aunemouth, see Thurle-

Admiral's Hard, see East stone ..................... 6o6 Bellamarsh, see Kings- Black Rock, see Buckfast-

Stonehouse, Plymouth 396 Aveton Gifford ............ 31 teigntou ................. 308 leigh........................ 93

Aish, see Stoke Gabriel... 577 Avonmouth, see Thurle- Belsford, see Harberton 259 Black Torrington ...... r.. 68

Alfington, see Ottery St. stone ......... ...... ... ... 6o6 Belstone ... ..... ...... ... ... 53 Blagdon, see Paignton .. . 376

Mary ..................... 371 Avonwick .................. 32 Belvedere(The), seePow· Blagrove, see East Wor-

All Fours, see 'fiverton... 6ro AvonWick,seeUgborough 658 derham .................. 536 lington..................... 667

Allaleigh,see Cornworthy 131 Awliscombe................. 32 Benton, see BrattonFlem- Blakewell,see Marwood .•• 327

Aller,see Abbots Kerswell rg Axminster .................. 33 ing ... ... ......... ......... 78 Blatchborough, see Brad

Aller, see Kentisbeare ... 298 Axmouth • .................. 37 Bentwitchen, see North worthy..................... 76

Allicombe, see Rockbeare 541 Aylesbeare .................. 37 Molton..................... 336 BloodyCorner,seeNorthm 362

Allinhay, see Salcombe... 550 AyrmerCove,seeRingmre 540 Bere, see Broadclyst...... 89 Blundells-Old,seeTivrtn 613

Allington-East............ 20 Ayshford,see Burlescmbe 102 Berry Head, see Brixham 83 Boasley, see Bratton

Allington- South, see Babbacombe,see St.Mary Berry ~arbor............... 53 Clovelly .................. 77

Chivelstone............ ... uo Church .................. 545 Berry Pomeroy ............ 54 Bocombe, see Paraham... 383

Allington- West, see Bagtor, see Ilsington...... 292 Betsy Grimbal's :rower, Bodley, see Paracombe... 382

Alvington-West ...... 21 Bakers Pits,see Buckfast- see Tavistock ............ 585 Bodmescombe,seeUffclme 658

Almanstone, see Wool- leigh........................ 93 Bible Tower (The), see Bolbury, see Malborough 324

fardisworthy-West ••• 676 Baker'sWell,seeSalcombe 550 .Paignton .................. 376 Bole Aller, see Cullomptn 141

Alphington ... ............... 20 Ball, see Twitchen......... 656 Bickerton, see Stokenham 579 Bolham, see Tiverton...... 6o8

Alscott, see Alverdiscott.. 21 Hampton..................... 37 Bickington .................. 54 Bolt Head, see Salcombe 550
Alswere,see Mariansleigh 325 Bantham,seeThurlestone 6o6 Bickington-High ......... SS Bondlei~h .................. 69

Alverdiscott ............... 21 Barbican (The), see Ply- Bickington, see Freming- Borough,seeAvetonGiffrd 32

Alvington-West ...... .•• 21 month ..................... 387 ton ........................ 253 BoroughCross,seeMorthoe 346

Alwington .................. 22 BarbrookMill,see Lynton 323 Bickleigh, near Plymouth 55 Borough-Old, see Mor-

Ambow,see Chittlehamp- Barley Grove, see Great Bickleigh, near Tiverton 56 chard Bishop ............ 343

ton ................ ....... 1og Torrington ............... 644 Bickleybridge,seeTiverton 610 Bossington Hill, see Lyn-

Ambook, see Staverton.. 573 Barlows Causeway, see Bicton ................. ~...... 56 mouth ..................... 322

Anderton,seeWhitchurch 669 Tiverton .................. 613 Bideford ..................... 57 Bottle Hill, see Sparkwell 571

Angel Hill, see Tiverton. 6o7 Barnshill, see Paignton... 375 Bidlake, see Bridestowe 82 BonlderRidge,seeNorthm 362

Anstey-East............... 22 Barnstaple .................. 39 Bigbury ..................... 64 Bounds, see Pyworthy ..: 538

Anstey-West ............ 23 Barton, see St. Mary BigburyBay,see Hobleton 268 Bovey-Little, see Bovey

Anstey'sCove,seeSt.Mary Church ..................' 546 Biscombe, see Church Tracey.........:........... 71

Church .................. 545 Barwick, see Iddesleigh 282 Stanton .................. II5 Bovey-North ............ 69

Appledore ............ ...... 23 Bathe Pool, see North Bish Mill, see Bishop's Bovey Tracey...... ......... 70

Appledore South, see Tawton .................. 592 Nympton.................. 65 Bovisand, see Plymstock 532

Burlescombe ........~ ... 102 Batson, see Salcombe .~. 550 Bishop's Mill, seeBishop's Bovisand Bay, see Plymth 394

Arlington .................. 24 Batworthy, see Chagford 105 Nympton.................. 65 Bovisand Fort (The), see

Ash, see Parkham......... 383 Bayard's Cove, see Dart- Bishop's Nympton......... 65 Plymouth ............... 394

Ash, see Stoke Fleming.. 576 mouth..................... 147 Bishop's Tawton ......... 66 Bow ...... ................. .... 72

Ash, see Throwleigh...... 6os Beacon, see Luppit ...... 319 Bishop's Teignton ......... 66 Bow Bridge,seeAshpring-

Ashburton ............ ...... 24 Beaconcott, see Twitchen 656 Bittacott, see Chittle- ton ... ..• ...... ......... .. 29

Ashbury ..................... 27 Beacon Hill, see Pinhoe... 387 hampton .................. 10:;1 Bowcombe, see Alvington

Ashcombe .................. 27 Beacon Hill, see Torqnay 622 Bittadon ..................... 67 -West .................. 21

Ashcombe- Middle & BeaeonHill,seeUp-Ottery 66o Bittaford Bridge, see Bowd, see Harpford ...... 26o

Lower, see Ashcombe 28 Beaford ..................... 51 Ugborough ............... 658 Bowdley, see Ashburton 27

Ashford ..................... 28 Beam, see Gt. Torrington 643 Blackawton........ ......... 67 Bowdley-Lower,seeAsh-

Ashford,seeAvetn.Gifford 31 Bearah, see .Buckland Blackberry Castle, see burton .................. •• 27

Ashford, Brendon ... So Brewer..................... 95 Southleigh ............... 571 Bowerrnans, see Manaton 325

Ashford-West,seeHean- Bearcharter,seeBraunton 78 Blackborough............... 68 Box's Shop, see St. Giles-

ton Punchardon......... 264 Bearscombe, Diptford ... 158 Black Brim, see Prince- in"the-Heath ............ 544

Asbill, see Uffculme ...... 656 Beaston, see Broad- town ..................... 537 Braddon's Hill, see Tor-

Ashley, see Tiverton...... 610 hempston ............... 91 Black bury, see Colaton quay........................ 625

Ashmanworthy,seeWool- Beaworthy .................. 51 Raleigh .................. 124 Bradfield, see Uffculme 656

fardisworthy-West ... 677 Beccott, see Arlington ... 24 Black Dog, see Wa.shford Bradford..................... 73

Ash Mill, see Bishop's Beckett, see Broadwood Pyne ..................... 663 Bradford, see Pilton ...... 386

Nympton ............... 65 Widger .................. 92 Black Dog Higher & Bradley, 71

Ash Mill, Rose Ash... 542 Becky Fall, see Manaton 325 Low.seeWashfordPyne 663 Bradley Vale, see East

Ash Moors, see Rose .Ash 542 Beer, seeSeaton ............ 555 Blackdown,seeLoddiswell 317 Ogwell ..................... 365



• I~DEX TO KELLY's DEVONSHIRE DIRECTORY• •

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Bradley Woods, see New- Buckish Mills, see Park- Caute, see Shebbear•••••• 559 Clayhanger•..••••••..••••••• II7

ton Abbot ... ... ..• .•• ... 348 ham ....••.....•.••.••..•.•• 383 Chaddlehanger, see Clayhidon ••.•••••••••••••.• uS

Bradninch •••..•.......••.~. 73 Buckland Abbey, see Ply- Lamerton •••..•.••.••.•• 311 Cleave(The),seeLustleigh 319

Bradninch, see Landkey 312 mouth •••...•••.....•...... 387 Chagford..................... 104 Cleavehanger, see Nymet

Bradstone .................. 75 Buckland Barton, see Chaisty, see Holsworthy 272 Rowland .................. 364

Bradwell Mills, see West Combe-in-Teignhead... 128 Challaborough, see Ring- Clevelly, see .Bratton

Down ..................... 161 Buckland Brewer ......... 95 more ..................... 541 CJovelly .................. 77

Bradworthy ............... 75 Buckland-East............ 95 Challabrook, see Bovey Cleverdon,seeBradworthy 76

Bramble - Middle & Buckland-East & West, Tracey..... ,.,............. 71 C1ifton, see Dartmouth.•• 147

Lower, see Ashton...... 30 see Thurlestone •.•.••••• 6o6 Challacombe •••....••...••• 106 Clifton, see East Down..• 161

Bramble Hill,see Honiton 276 Buckland Filleigh •....•..• g6 Challacombe,seeManaton 325 Clovelly ......... ... ......... u8

Bramfordspeke ... ...... ..• 76 Buckland Monachorum.. 96 Chapel Hill,see Exmouth 243 Clovelly Dykes, see

Brandis-Corner,see Brad- Buckland-in-the-Moor ... 97 Chapel Field, see Little Clovelly .... .. ...... ..•..• u8

ford........................ 73 Buckland ' North, see Torrington ............... 648 Clubworthy, see North

Branscombe ............ •• 76 Georgeham............... 255 Chapel Town, see Taw- Petherwin ............... 385

Brassacott, see North Buckland Tout Saints ••• 98 stock ..................... 591 Clyst-Broad, see Broad

Petherwin ............... 384 Buckland-West ......... 98 Chapman's Well, see St. Clyst ..................... 89

Bratton Clovelly............ 77 Buckland Woods, see Giles-in-the-Heath •.. 544 Clyst Founson,seeSowton 571

Bratton Fleming ......... 78 Buckland-in-the- Moor 98 Charles ..................... 106 Clyst Honiton ............... II9

Braunton..................... 78 Buckleigh, see Westward Charlesbottom, see Clyst Hydon ............... II9

Brayford, see High Bray Ho! ........................ 667 Charles .................. 106 Clyst St. George...... ... ... 120

79 ; & Charles............ Io6 Buckley see Salcombe ... 551 Charleton .................. 107 Clyst St. Lawrence ...... 120

Bray-High ............... 79 Buckley, see Sidbnry ... 564 Charleton-East & West, Clyst St. Mary ............ 121

Bray's Tor, see Lydford 320 Buck's Cross, see Wool- see ChaTleton ............ 107 Clyst William, see Plym-

Brendon ..................... So fardisworthy-West ... 677 Chawleigh .................. 107 tree ........................ 534

Brendon, see Thornbury 604 Buck's Mill, see Woolfar- Chedderleigh, see Bick- Cobbaton, see Swym-

Brendon Valley,see Bren- disworthy-West ...... 676 leigh, near Tiverton.... 56 bridge ..................... 582

don 8o; & Lynmouth 322 Budlake,see Broadclyst... go Cheglinch,see West Down 162 Cobdon, see Whimple ... 668 .

Brent-South............... 8o Budleigh-East ............ 98 Cheldon .................. ..• 107 Cockington .. .... ...... ...... 121

Brentor, or Bren Tor...... 81 Budleigh Salterton ...... 99 Cbelson Meadow, see Cockwells, see Harberton 259

Brentor-North & South, • Buildings New, see Plymouth ............... 395 Cockwood, see Dawlish... 152

see Brentor............... 81 Sandford.................. 554 Chelston, see Cockington 122 Coddon, see Bishop's

Brexworthy, see .Brad- Bulkworthy ............... 102 Chenson, see Chawleigh 107 Tawton .................. 66

worthy .................. 76 Bullapit, see Werrington 665 Cheriton, see Brendon ... 8o Coffinswell .................. 123

Bridestowe .................. 81 Bullen -High, see St. Cberiton, see Feniton ... 252 Cofton, see Dawlish ...... 153

Bridford ..................... 82 Giles-in-the-Wood ...... 544 Cheriton,seePayhembury 383 Colaton Raleigh............ 123

Bridgball, see Brendon... So Buller Park, see Crediton 134 Cheriton Bishop............ 108 Cold-East, see Ilsington 292

Bridge End, see Newton Bull Point, see Morthoe 346 Cheriton Cross, see Cheri- Cold Harbour, see Uff-

Ferrers .................. g6o Bull Ring (The), see. Ply- ton Bishop ............... 108 culme ..................... 656

Bridge Reeve, see .A.sh- mouth ..................... 395 Cheriton Fitzpaine ... ... 108 Colebrook ... ... ...... ... .•. 124

reigny ..................... 29 Bullworthy, see Alverdis- Cherristow, see Hartland 262 Colebrook, see Plympton

Bridgerule .............. ... 82 cott ............ ............ 21 Cheston, see Ugborough 658 St. Mary .................. 529

Bridgetown, see Totnes... 649 Bulverton, see Sidmouth 567 Chettiscombe, see Tivertn 6o7 Colecombe, see Colyton... 126
1 Ch~vithorne,
Bridgetown, see Werring- Bundleigh, see Bondleigh 69 see Ti v er t on 6o8 Colef?rd, see Colebrook... 124
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ton ........................ 665 Burlescombe ............... 102 Ch1el Lowman, see Up- Colendge..................... 125

Brightley, see Okehamp- Burnville, see Brentor ... 81 lowman .................. 659 Coleridge, see Egg Buck-

ton ........................ 369 Burnworthy, see Church Chilla-East & West, see land ........................ 165

Brimley, see Molland ... 335 Stanton .................. 115 Black Torrington ...... 69 Coles Cross, see Ailing-

, Brimley Higher, see Burraton, see Ermington x66 Chillaton,seeMiltonAbbot 331 ton East .................. 20

~lsington .................. 292 Burr~dge, see Cbawleigh 107 1 Ch~ll~ngton,see Stokenhm 579 Colestocks, see Fenito.n... 252
Br1mley - Lower, see Burrmgton.................. 103!1 Chllhton, see Aveton Colesworthy, see Femton 252

Bovey Tracey............ 71 Burrough, see Bridgerule 83, Gifford..................... 31 Coliton, see Broadhem- ·

Brisworthy, see Meavy... 329 Burrow, see Harpford ..• 260: Chilsworthy, see Hols- bury........................· 91

Brixham ..................... 83 Burrows (The), see worthy..................... 272 Collacott,see Langtree ... 312

Brixham - Higher & Northam .................. 362! Chittlehampton ............ 109 Collacott, see Winkleigh 672

Lower, see Brixham... 83 Bmsdon, see Hartland ... 262 Chittleham-Holt .....•..• 109 Collaton, see Malborough 324

BrixhamQuay,seeBrixhm 83 Burston, see Zeal Mona- Chivelstone.................. uo Collaton, see Paignton ..• 376

Brixton .................. ..• 89 chorum .................. 68o ChivenoT, see Heanton Collaton, see Whitchurch 669

.Broadclyst .................. 89 BuryMeadow, see Exeter 177 Punehardon .•.........• 264 Collibear, see Tawstock.... 591

Broadhayes, see Stock- Butshea?,see St.Budeaux 543f Christo_w ...................•• III Collumpton,gee Cullomp-

land........................ 574 Butterletgh ................... 103 Chndle1gh .................. 11 r ton ......................... 139

Broadhembury ............ 90 Buttermore, see Milton Chudleigh Fort, see Bide- Collyend, see Paignton ... 377

Broadhempston ...... ...... 91 Damerel .......:.......... 332 ford ............ ... .••..• ... 58 Coltscott, see West· Put-

, Broadley, see Tamerton Butts Hill, see Ottery St. Chudleigh Knighton, see ford ........................ 538

Foliot ........•............ 583 Mary ..•....••. ~.......... 373 Hennock .................. 266 Colwell, -see Egg Buck-

Broad Nymet, see Bow Cadbury ..................... 103 1Chuggaton, see Swym- land ........................ 165

72; & North Tawton..• 592 Caddaford, see Staverton 574 bridge ..................... 582 Colyford, see Colyton ... 126

Broad Parkham,seePark- Cadeleigh .................. 104 Chulmleigh..............•..• II3 Colyton ... ...... ... ... ...... 125

ham........................ 383 Cadhay, see Ottery St. · Churchenford,seeChurch Combe, see Allington.-

Broadwood Kelly ......... 91 Mary ..................... 373 Stanton .................. 115 East........................ 20

Broadwood Widger ...... 92 Cadleigh, see Ermington 166 Churchill, see Broadclyst go Combe, see Bigbury ...... 65

Brockscombe,see .Bratton Callisham, see Meavy ... · 329 Churchill, see East Down 161 Cornbe, see Bishop's

Clovelly .................. 77 Calverleigh.................. 104 Churchingford,seeChurch Teignton ...... :........... 66

Brooking, see Dartmgton 144 Capstone Hill, see Ilfra- Stanton .................. II5 Combe, see Broadwood.

Broomborongh,seeTotnes 649 combe ..................... 284' Church Stanton ............ II5 Widger ......... ... ...... 92

Broomford,seeJacobstowe 296 Capton, see Dittisham ... 159 Churchstow •••.••........• II5 Combe, see Malborough 324

Brownsham,see Hartland 261 Carnborougb,see Stoken- . Churston Ferrers ......... n6 Combe, see Templeton.•• 6o3

Brounswell-Higber, see ham ........................ 579 Citadel (The), see Ply- Cornbe Cellars, · see

Ashburton ...... ....•...• 26 Carswell, see Abbots mouth ..................... 387 Combe-in-Teignhead... 128

Brownston, see Modbury 333 Kerswell ... ............... 19 Clannaborough ............ II7 Cornbe Fisbacre, see

Brushford ......... ..• ...... 92 Carswell,seeKingskerswll 306 Clappery Mill or Clap- Ipplepen .................. 294

Brutus' Stone, see Totnes 650 Castleford, see Ipplepen 294 worthy Mill, see South Combe-in-Teignhead...... 127

Buckerell.............. .... ... 93 Catkill, see Rose Ash...... 542 Molton...... ... ............ 337 Combe Lake, see Ottery

Buckfast, see Bnckfast- Catot",see Widecombe-on- Clare, see Tiverton ..•..• 610 St. Mary .................. 372

leigh........................ 93 the-Moor .................. 670 Clawton ...................... 117 Combe · ~ Martin, see

Buckfa.stleigh ............... 93 Cattedown,see Plymouth 420 Clawton .Bridge, see Combmartin ...... ... ..• 128

- - - ·Buckhorn, see Ashwater 30 Cattewater,see Plymouth 387 Clawton .................. n7 Combe Raleigh ..........·.. ·u.7



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CombB Pafford, see St. Culverhole Beach,see Ax- Dux, see Bridgerule •••••• 83 Elmore, see Tiverton...... 6o8

Mary Church ...... .... .. 546 mouth .... •.. .• ... •.. .... .. 37 Eastacombe-, see Ather- Elmscott, see Hartland... 261

Combe . .Walterf see Curscombe,see Feniton..• 252 ington .•••••.••..••••.••.•. 31 Elston, see Chumleigh••• h3

Abbotsham......... ... ... 19 CurtisknowJ.e, see Dipt- Eastacombe,seeT~wstock 591 Enford, see Ashwater ... 30

Cornbmartin •••••••••••••.• 128 ford .;. .•. .••.••.•• ....... ••• 158 Eastacott; see Chittle- Harbrtn 259
Combpyne .................. 129 Daccombe,see Coffinswell 123 ha.mpton ....:............. no Ermington .................. I~

Compton, see Marldon... 326 Deignton, see lpplepen... 294 Eastacott, see Morthoe... 346 Ernesettle,seeSt.Budeaux 543

Compton Gifford, see Dalwood ..................... 143 East Allington ............ 20 Escot,see Ottery St.Mary 373

Plymouth ............... 399 Darracott,see'Georgeham 255 East Anstey ............... 22 Eworthy, see Germans- ·

Compton - Higher & Darracott, see Welcombe 664 East Buckland ............ 95 week ..................... 255

Lower, see Compton Dartington .................. 144 EastBuckland,seeThurle- Eworthy- Higher, see

Gifford, Plymouth ...... 399 Dartmeet, seePrincetown 537 stone ..................... 6o6 Germansweek ......... 255

Cookbury .................. 130 Dartmoor,seePrincetown East Budleigh............... 98 Exboume .................. x67

Cookworthy,see Lifton..• 315 536; & Chagford ...... 105 East Charleton, see Char- Exe Bridge, see Bampton 38

Coombe, see Ideford ...... 282 Dartmouth............... ... 145 leton........................ 107 Exe Bridge, see Morebath 343 ·

Coombe, see Roborough 541 Dawlish ..................... 152 EastChilla,see Black Tor- Exe Island, Eee Exeter... x68

Coombe-East & West, Dean,see West Down...... 161 rington ..................... 69 Exeter........................ 167

see North Bovey......... 70 Dean & Dean-South, see East Coombe, see North Exe-West, see Tiverton 6o8

.Coombe Vale, see West Trentishoe ............... 665 Bovey ..................... 70 Exminster .................. 242

Teignmouth ............ 595 Dean Church, see Dean East Cornworthy, see Exmoor, see Lynmouth 322

.Coombsfoot, see Brendon 8o Prior ..................... 157 Cornworthy ............ 131 Exmouth..................... 243

-coplestone,see Colebrook Dean Combe, see Dean Eastcott, see Dunterton 165 Exton, see Woodbury ... 674

124; Crediton 134 & Prior ..................... 157 Eastdon, see Dawlish ••• 153 Exwell, see Powderham 536

Down St. Mary ... ... ..• 161 Dean Prior ... .•• ... ......... 157 East Down ............ ...... 16-:> Exwick ..................... 251

Capthorne, see North Delamore, see Bishop's Eastdown Mill, see East Exworthy,seePrincetown 537

Petherwin ............... 384 Teignton .................. 67 Down ..................... 16r Fair Mile, see Ottery St.

.Corham, see Halberton... 258 Den, or Dene (The), see EasternHoe,seePlymouth 395 Mary ..................... 374

Cornwood .................. 130 Teignmouth ............' 595 Eastern Town,see Sidmth 565 FairyCross,seeAlwington 22

• Cornworthy ............... 131 Denbury .................•••• 158 East Garland, see Chulm- Farrantshayes, see Clyst
<Jornworthy-East, see Deptford, see Hartland... 262 leigh............... ......... II4 Hydon..................... 120
• Cornworthy ............ 131 Derrill, see Pyworthy ... 538 East Ilkerton, see Lynton 323 Farringdon.................. 251

Corscombe,see Sampford Derriton, see Pyworthy 538 Eastington,see Lapford... 313 Farway ..................... 252

Courtenay ............... 552 Devonport, see Plymouth 397 East Knowstone, see Fatacott, see Hartland.•• 262

Coryton ..................... 131 Devonport Park, see Ply- Knowstone ............... 310 Feniton ..................... 252

.Cotleigh ..................... 131 mouth ..................... 398 East Leigh, see Coleridge 125 Fenn Ottery, see Venn

Cotterbury, see Black- Dinaton, see Cornwood... 130 East Leigh,see Harberton 259 Ottery ..................... 661

awton ..................... 68 Dinnethorn, see Whit- Eastleigh, see Westleigh 666 FennyBridges,seeFeniton 252

Cotton, see Cruwys Mor- church..................... 669 East Liscombe, see East Fenny Bridges,see Ottery

chard •..........•...••.... I39 Diptford .••...........•...... 158 Anstey......... ...... ...... 22 St. Mary...•••...•.•...... 374

Cottwood,see Ashreigney 29 Dittisham .••..............• 159 East Lyn, see Lynton ... 322 Fernham, see Paignton... 376

Countess Wear (or Weir) 132 Doccomb~, see Moreton East Mere, see Tiverton 6xo Fernworthy, see Bride-

Countisbnry ............... 132 Hampstead............... 344 East Middleton, see Para· stowe ..................... 82

Court Green, see North Dodbrooke, see Kings- combe ..................... 382 Filleigh ..................... 252

Tawton .................. 592 bridge ..................... 300 East Ogwell ............... 365 Filleigh, see Lapford...... 313

Courtenay Park, see Doddiscombsleigh ......... 159 Easton,seeAlvingtonWest 22 l<'illham, see Ugborough 658

Newton Abbot ......... 350 Dodscott,see St. Giles-in- Easton Town, see Samp- Fingle Mill, see Moreton

Cove, see Tiverton........• 6o8 the-Wood ............... 544 ford Spiney............... 554 Hampstead............... 344

Cowick, see Exeter .....• 179 Dolton ........................ 159 Eastover, see Egg Buck- Fisher'sDown,seeBishop's

Cowley, see Upton Pyne 661 Doniton, see Dotton •••..• x6o land ........................ 165 Nympton ............... 65

Cowley-Upper &Lower, Dottoa........................ x6o East Panson,see St.Giles- Fishleigh,see Hatherleigh 264

see Kentisbury ... ... ... 299 Dowland ..................... x6o in-the-Heath ............ 544 Fitzford, see Tavistock... 585

Crab Tree,see Egg Buck- Dowuacarry, see Broad- East Portlemouth......... 535 Fla_res, see Bradford...... 73

:n6land........................ 165 wood Widger ............ 92 East Putford ............... 538 1<1itton, see North Molton
Craddock,seeU:ffculme.. : 657 Down~East, see East East Stonehouse, see Ply- Fluxton, see Tipton ...... 6o6

Cranbrook Castle, see . Down ..................... x6o mouth..................... 396 Foghay, see Exwick ...... 251

Moreton Hampstead..• 344 Down ~t. Mary ............ 161 East Teignmouth, see Follaton, see Totnes ...... 652

Craze Lowman, see Down Thomas, see Wem- Teignmouth ............ 595 FollyGate,seelnwardleigh 294

Tiverton .................. 6xo bury........................ 66.; East-th&-Water,see Bide- Ford, see Alwington ...... 22

Creacombe .................. 132 Down-West, see lVest ford........................ 57 Ford, see Chivelstone •.• no

Creacombe, see Holbeton 268 Down ............ ......... x6x Ea~t Town, see Kenton... 299 Ford, see Holbeton ...... 268

Crebor, see Tavistock ... 588 Drake's Island, see Ply- EastVillage,see Sandford 554 Ford, see Knowstone...... 3ro

<:!rediton ... ... ... ... ... ...... I 33 mouth .. .... ... ... ... ...... 387 East, Week, see South Ford, see Stoke Damerel,

-crelake, see Tavistock ... 585 Drewsteignton ............ 162 Tawton .................. 593 Plymouth ............... 398

Cremyll Beach, see Ply- Dreyton, Bla.ckawton 68 East Wonford, see Exeter 179 Ford Park, see Plymouth 428

mouth ..................... 396 Druxton, see Werrington 665 EastWonford, see Milton Forde Park, see Newton

.CremyU Point, see Ply- Dulford, Broadbem- Damerel .................. 332 Abbot ..................... 350

mouth..................... 399 bury........................ 90 East Worlington ......... 667 Forder,see Egg Buckland 165

.Crockernwell,seeCheriton DumdonHill,see Honiton Ebford, see Woodbury... 674 Forder, see North Bovey 70

Bishop xo8 i & Drew- 274; & Luppitt ......... 3I9 EbfordBarton,see Wood- Forder, seeThrowleigh... 6o5

steignton.................. 162 Dumpton, see Feniton ... 252 bury ..................... 675 Forder Green, see Broad-

Crofts(The},seePaignton 375 Dudcannon l<'eny, see Eckworthy, seeBuckland hempston ............... 91

.Cross Green, see Broad- Stoke Gabriel ......... 577 Brewer ... ... ............ 95 Fort Charles,seeSalcombe 550

wood Widger ............ 92 Dunchideock ............... 162 Eddistone, see Hartland 261 Fort Ridley, see Kings-

Cross Tree, see Braunton 79 DunkeryHeacon,see Lyn- Eddystone Lighthouse wear........................ 309

Crowley, see Membury... 330 mouth ..................... 322 (The), see Plymouth••• 395 Fort Staddon, see Plym-

Crown Hill;see EggBuck- Dunkeswell.................. 163 Edgcumbe, see Milton stock ..................... 532

land 165; &St.Hudeanx 543 Dunkeswell Abbey ......... 163 Abbot ..................... 331 Fort Stamford,seePlym-

-Crowther's Hill,see Dart- Dunsdon,seePancrasweek 382 Edginswell, see St. Mary stock .................. ... 532

mouth ..................... 146 Dunsford..................... 164 Church .................. 546 Foxhays, see Exwick...... 25t

Croyde, Georgeham 255 Dunsland Cross,seeBrad- Efford, see Egg Buckland 165 Fox Hole, see Halwill, ,

Cruwys Morchard .......... 138 fo!'d ........................ 73 Efford, see Shobrooke ..• 563 near Holsworthy ...... 259

Cudliptown,seePetertavy 384 Dunsley, see East Anstey 23 E:fford-Little, _see Egg Frankaborough,seeBroad-

Cudworthy, see Dolton... x6o Dunston, see Stokenham 579 Buckland ............... 165 wood Widger ............ 92

.Culbone, see Lynmouth 322 Dunston, see Yealmpton 679 Egg Buckland ............ 165 Fremington ......-......... 253

Cul.Wmpton ............... 139 Dunstone,seeWidecombe- Eggesford .........-.........~ 165 Frithelstock ............... 254-

CulmDavey,seeHemyock 265 on-the-Moor ............ 670 Elburton, see Plymstock 532 FriLtiscombe, see Stoken-

Culmstock .................. 142 Dunterton ............ ...... 164 Ellacombe, see 'f{)rquay 620 ham........................ 579





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Frogmoor, see SouthPool 534 Gunstone-Higher, see Hele Cross, see St. Mary Holcombe Rogns........... 269

Frogmore,see Sherford... 561 Bideford .................. 61 Church .................. 545 IlolesHol~,see BeerFerris 53

Frogwell, see Tiverton ... 610 Gunstone-Lower, see Helscot,see North Pether- Hollacombe ................. 269

Furley, see Membury ... 330 Bideford .................. 57 win ........................ 385 Hollacombe,seeWinkleigh 671

Furrough Cross, see St. Haccombe .................. 256 Hembury Fort, see Pay- Hollomore, see Frithel-

Mary Church............ 545 Haddon, see Shute......... 563 hembury................. 383 stock ....................... 254

Furse, see Bridgerule ... 83 Halberton .................. 257 Hemerdon, see Sparkwell 571 Holmacott,seeFremingtn 253

Furze,seeChittlebampton uo Ha!don Hill,seeMamhead 324 Hempston Arundel ...... 265 Holne......................... 270

FurzeHid,seeWalkhamp- Halford, see Ilsington ... 292 Hempston-Little ......... 265 Holne Chase, see Holne... 27o-

ton ........................ 662 Hallsands,see Stokenham 578 Hemyock .................. 265 Holset, see Portlemoutb. 535

Fyldon, see North Molton 336 Hallsinger, see Braunton 78 Henbury Fort, see Buck- Holsworthy.................. 270>

Gabber, see Wembury ..• 664 Ha! well, near Totnes ... 258 land Brewer ............ 95 Holsworthy Beacon, see

Gabwell, see Stoke-in- Ha!will, near Holsworthy 258 Hengistcot, see Bradford 73 Milton Damerel. ........ 332

Teignhead ............... 578 Ham, see Stockland ...... 575 Henland, see Kentisbeare 298 Holwell, see Bigbury...... 65

Galmpton, see Churston . Hamberhayne,seeColyton 12.5 Henneford,see Welcombe 664 Holwell,see Paracombe... 382

Ferrers .................. n6 Hamerslake,seeLustleigh 319 Hennock ..................... 266 Holyrood,seeBmdworthy 76

Galmpton,seeSouthHuish 280 Haml.j:lt, see Gittisham... 256 Henstill, see Sandford ... 555 HolyStreet Mill,seeChag-

Galsham, see Hartland ... 261 Hamoaze, see Plymouth 387 Hewton, see Beer Ferris 52 ford ........................ 105

Gappah,see Kingsteigntn 308 Hampton-High ......... 267 Heytown, see Bulkworthy 102 Holywell,seeSouthMolton 336

Garland-East & West, Hams Barton, see Chud- Highampton ............... 267 Homeavy, see Meavy..... 329

see Chulmleigh ......... II4 leigh...... ... ...... ... ...... II3 High Rickington ...... ... 55 Honeychurch ............... 273

Garraton, see Winkleigh 672 Hand & Pen,see Wbimple 668 High Bray ...... ...... ...... 79 Honeycroft, see Hols-

Gawlish, see Hartland... 261 Hankford,seeBulkworthy 102 High Bullen,see St.Giles- worthy..................... 273

Gays, see Branscombe... 77 Hannaford, see Swym- in-the-Wood.............. 544 Honicknowle, see St.

Georgeham.................. 255 bridge ..................... 582 High Hampton ............. 267 Budeaux .................. 543

George Nympton, see Harber, see Hartland ••• 261 High Longcombe, see Honiton ...................... 273

Nympton St. George... 364 Harberton .................. 259 Berry Pomeroy.......... 54 Honiton Hill, see Honi-

Germansweek............... 255 Harbertonford ............ 259 Higher Black Dog, see ton 274; & Offwell..... 365

Gestridge,seeKingsteign- Harcombe, see Chudleigh II2 Washford Pyne ......... 663 Honiton Clyst, see Clyst •

ton ........................ 308 Harcombe, see Sidbury 564 Higher Brimley, see Honiton ................... IIIi)- •

Gidleigh ..................... 255 Harcombe, see Uplyme 659 Ilsington ...... ......... ... 292 Hooe, see Plymstock...... 533

Gidleigh Park, see Chag- Harcombe Valley,see Up- Higher Brixham,seeBrix- Hooe-Higher & Lower,

ford ........................ 105 lyme........................ 659 ham........................ 83 see Plymstock............ 533

Giffords Hill, see Meeth 330 Hardisworthy, see Hart- Higher Brownswell, see . Hooe-West, see Plym-
Gitcott,seeMiltonDamerel 33~ ]and ........................ 26r .Ashburton................ 26 stock....................... 533'·

Gittisham .................. 256 Hardness, see Dartmouth 147 Higher Compton, see Hooknoll,seeBranscombe 77

Glenthorne, see Lyn- Harford ..................... 26o Compton Gifford, Ply- Hookway, see Crediton... 134-

mouth ...... _. ............. 322 Harleston, see Allington mouth..................... 399 Hoops, see Parkbam...... 38~

Godsworthy, see Peter- East........................ oo Higher Eworthy,see Ger- Hope Cove, t<ee South

tavy ........................ 384 Harpford ..................... 260 mansweek ................. 255 Huish ........................ 28<!>

Goldworthy,seeParkham 383 HarpfordWood,see Harp- Higher Gunston,seeBide- Hope's Nose, see Torquay 62o-

Goodameavy, see Meavy 329 ford ........................ 260 ford......................... 61 Hopworthy,seePyworthy 538
Goodleigh .................. 256 Harracott, see Tawstock 591 Higher Hooe, see Plym- Horndon, see Mary 'favy 32~

Goodrington,seePaignton 376 Harraton, see Aveton stock .... u ................. 533 Hornscross, see Parkham 383

Good Shelter, see Portle- Gifford .................. 31 Higher Middlecott, see Horrabridge ............... 278-

mouth ..................... 535 Harrowbere,seeBuckland Chagford.................. 105 Horridge - North, see

Goodstone,see Ashburton 27 Monachorum ......... ... 97 Higher Muddiford, see Stoke Rivers ............ 571

Goosewell, see Plymstock 533 Hartland..................... 261 Marwood.................. 327 Horsebridge, see Syden-

Gortleigh, see Sheepwash 561 Hartland Point, see Hart- Higher Radnidge,seeEast ham Damerel............ 582

Gosford, see Ottery St. land......... ............ 262 .Anstey... ...... ...... ...... 23 Horsebrook, see South

Mary ..................... 374 Hartland Quay,see Hart- Higher Rixtail, see Brent ...................... 81

Goveton, see Charleton... 107 land ........................ 261 Bishop's Teignton ...... 67 Horsham Steps,seeMana-

Graddon, see Milton Harton, see Hartland ... 261 Higher Rocombe, see ton......................:... 325

Damerel .................. 332 Hartridge, see Luppit ... 319 ::ltoke-in-Teignhead.... 578 Horwood.................... 279-

Gratton, see Meavy ...... 329 Hatherland,see Washfield 663 Higher Shillingford, see Houghton, see Newton

Great Heasley, see North Hatherleigh ............... 262 Shillingford .............. 562 Abbot...................... 350

Molton ..................... 336 Hatherleigh :Moor, see Higher Tale,see Payhem- Houndbere - Great &

Great Houndbere, see llatherleigh ............ 263 bury........................ 383 Little,see Aylesbeare... 37

Aylesbeare ............... 37 Hawkadon, see St. Giles- Higher Town, see Buck- Houndle,see Cornwood .•. 130

Great Knowle, see Bud- in-the-Heath ............ 544 fastleigh................... 94 Hound-tor, see Manaton 325

leigh Salterton ......... 99 Hawkerland, see Colaton Higher Wadstray, see HoYe, see Plymstock...... 53~

Great Potheridge, see Raleigh .................. 123 Blackawton............... 68 Howton, see Moreton

Merton..................... 331 Haxton,see BrattonFiem- Higbley St. Mary, see • Hampstead............... 344

Great Torrington ......... 643 ing ........................ 78 Oakford ................... 364 Huccombe,seeStokenham 578

Gt. Warbam, seeBeaford 51 Hayne, see Manatou ...... 325 Highweek, see Newton Huddisford; see Woolfar-

Great Western Docks, see Hayne, see Uffculme...... 657 .Abbot...................... 348 disworthy West......... 667

Plymouth ............... 387 Haytor, see Ilsington ... 292 Hillmoor, see Culmstock 143 Huish ........................ 279

Greendale, see Woodbury Haytor Rocks, see BO\·ey Hilltown, see Lamerton.. 3II Huish-North .............. 28C])

Salterton.................. 675 Tracey ..................... 70 Hiscott, see Tawstock.... 591 Huish South ............... 280

Greenhill, see Moreton Haytor Vale, see Ilsington 292 Hittesleigh .................. 267 Hulham,see Withecombe

Hampstead ............... 345 Hazelwood, see Loddis- Hockworthy................. 267 Raleigh.................... 673-

Grendon, seeTavistock... 589 well ............ ~ ........... 317 Hoe (The), see Plymouth 387 Hunshaw..................... 281

Grenofen,see Whitchurch 669 Healand, see St. Giles-in- Hoe-Eastern& Western, Hunston,seeNorthMolton 336

Grimsponnd,seeManaton 325 the-Wood ............... 544 see Plymouth............ 395 Hunttoham................... 280

Grindhill, see Bratton Heale, see Paracombe ... 382 Hoe Park (The), see Ply- Huntsbaw .................. 281

Clovelly .................. 77 Heanton Punchardon ... 264 mouth ..................... 395 Huxham ..................... 281

Grindle, see Colaton Ra- Hearson,see Swymbridge 582 Hoe 'Quarries-West, see Iddesleigh ................... 281

leigh... ............ ......... 124 Heasley,see NorthMolton 335 Plymouth................. 394 Iddlecott, see Dolton...... 16o

Grinnicombe & Grinni- Heathfield, see Bovey Hoe West,see Plymouth 394 Ide............................. 282

combe Moor, see Tracey..................... 71 Hogsbrook,seeWoodbury Ideford........................ 28:2,

Broadwood Widger ... 92 Heathfield, see Lamerton 3II Salterton.................. 675 Ilfracqmbe................... 283

Guddiford, see Kentis- Heavitree, see Exeter ... 178 IlogsPark,se.eHolswortby 272 Ilkerton-East & West,.

beare ..................... 298 Heddon's Mouth, ' see Holbeam,see East Ogwell 365 see Lynton ............... 323.

Guineaford, see Marwood 327 Trentishoe ............... 655 Holbeton..................... 268 Ilsham, see St. Mary

Gulliford, see Woodbury 674 Hele, see Hradnich ...... 74 Holcombe, see Dawlish... 152 Church..................... 546

Gulworthy, seeTavistock 584 Hele, see Ilfracombe...... 284 Holcombe, see Uplyme.•• 659 Ilsington ..................... 292

Gunn, seeSwymbridge... 581 Hele, see St.MaryChurch 549,Holcombe Burnell......... 268 lngsdon, see llsington ... 292

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Inner Hope Cove, see LairaGreen,see EggBuck- Littaford,seeNorth Bovey 70 Lower Town, see Ashton 29

Malborough .............. 324 land ......................... 165 Little Bovey, see Bovey Lower Town, see Buck-

Instow........................ 293 Lake, see North Lew...... 314 Tracey..................... 71 fastleigh ··············••••L 95

Inwardleigh................. 293 Lake, see Tawstoek ...... 591 Little Efford, see Egg Lower Town, see Mary

Ipplepen...................... 294 Lambhay Hill, see Ply- Buckland.................. 165 Tavy ....................... 329

Irishborough, see Swym- mouth ..................... 390 Littleham(near Bideford) 315 Lower Town, aee Wide-

bridge ..................... 582 Lamerton .................. 310 Littleham(nearExmouth) 316 combe-on-the-Moor ...• 67(> •

Irishcombe, see Lapford 313 Lana, see Tetcott ......... 6o3 Little Hempston ......... 265 Lowman Cross, see Up-

lrishcombe, see Meshaw. 331 Lancras ..................... 3II Little Houndbere, see lowman.................... 659

Itton, see South Tawton 593 Landcross .................. 3II Aylesbeare ............... 37 LowmanGreen,see Tiver-

Ivybridge.................... 295 Landhayes, see Exeter..• 179 Little Knowle, see Bud- ton........................., 6o9

Jacobstowe .................. 296 Landkey ..................... 3II leigh SMterton ......... 99 Loxbeare..................... 317

Jordan, see Widecombe- Landpart, see Sidmouth 565 Little Modbury, see Mod- Loxhore ...................... 317

on-the-Moor.............. 670 Landscore,see Crediton... 136 bury........................ 334 Ludbrooke,seeUgborough 65 S:

Kellacott, see Broadwood Landscove, see Staverton 573 Little Silver,seeCadeleigh 104 Luffincott.................... 313

Widger .................... 92 LaneHead,see Mary Tavy 329 Little Silver, see Marians- Lundy Island ............... 318

Kellaton, see Stokenham 579 Langdon, see Werrington 665 Ieigh ........................ 325 Luppit (or Luppitt)....... 318:.
Kelly.........~ ................ 297 Langford,see Cullompton 140 Little Silver, see Rock- Lupridge,seeNorthHuish 280

Kenn.......................... 297 Langham, see Dolton ••• x6o beare ..................... 541 Lurleigh, see Tiverton..•• 61o

Kennerleigh................. 298 Langridge, see Athering- Little Torrington .....•..• 648 Luscombe, see Harberton 259

Kennford, see Kenn ....... 297 ton ........................ 31 Littletown, see Honiton 277 Lustleigh..................... 319

Kensham, see Bradninch 74 Langston, see Throwleigh 6o5 Little\Varham,seeBeaford 5I Luton, see Bishop's Teign-

Ken~isbeare ...........•....• 298 Langston- South, see Little Wear, see Wear ton.......................... 66

Keutisbury.................. 298 Ringmore .•...........•• 541 Gi:ffard....•...............• 664 Luton,see Broadhembury '13

Kenton ....................... 299 Langtree ..........•..•.....•• 312 Litworthy,see West Worl- · Lutton, see Cornwood.... 130

K'ent's Hole, see St. Mary Lantern Rock (The), see ington ................••... 678 Luxon, see Upper Ottery 66o

Church........•.....•..•... 545 Ilfracombe .•.........•... 283 Liverton, see Ilsington ... 2:12 Lydacott, see Fremington 253

Kenwith Castle, see Lapford ..................... 312 Lixton, seeAvetonGifford 31 Lydford .......•.....•.......• 320

Northam .••...........•..• 362 Laployd, see Bridford ... 82 Lobb, see Braunton....... 78 Lympstone, or Lympston 321

Kersbrook, see Eas.t Bud- Larkbere, see Talaton ... 582 Loddiswell ..................• 316 Lyn Bridge, see Lynton 322.

leigh........................ 99 Larkworthy,seeAshwater 30 Logan Rock,seeLustleigh 319 Lyn-East & West, see

Kerseott,see Swymbridge 582 Lashbrook, see Bradford 73 Longbridge,seeEggBuck- Lynton ...................• 323

Kerswell, see Broadhem- Lashbrook,seeThornbury 6o4 •land .......................• 165 Lyndale, see Lynmouth 322

bury........................ 91 Lea, see Hockworthy...... 268 Longbridge, se~Membury 330 Lyneham, see Yealmpton 679

Kerswell, see Chudleigh II2 Leary,see West Buckland 98 LongBridge,seePlympton Lynmouth ..........•......•• 322

Keyham, see Plymouth 399 Lease, see Silverton .....• 569 St. Mary ....•............• 529 Lynton........•....••.....•.•• 322

Killatree, see Pyworthy..• 538 Leat, see Lifton .....•...... 315 Longcombe, see Berry Lyson, see Kenton......... 299

Killerton Bill, see Broad- Leat, see Werrington.••.•• 665 Pomeroy .................• 54 Magdalen Lanlls,seeLittle

clyst........................ 89 Lee, see Ilfracombe ...... 283 Longcombe-High& Mid- 'forrington...............• 64&

Kilmington ............•••... 300 Lee Bay, see Lynmouth 322 die, see Berry Pomeroy 54 t\Iaidencombe, see Stoke-

Kimmacott, see Martin- Leeford, seeHrendon.•.••• 8o Longdown, seeHolcombe in-Teignhead............ 57S.

hoe ........•..•.••......... 327 Lee Mill Bridge, • see Burnell .................... 269 Maidenhayne, see Mus-

Kimworthy, see Brad- Sparkwell ............... 571 Longford, see Whitchurch 669 bury........................ 347

worthy..................... 76 Lee Moor, see Shaugit Longpiece, see Marwood 327 Malborough ..............••• 324

Kingford, see Pancras- Prior ••••••...........•... 559 Loosebeare,see Winkleigh 67r Malmsmead, see Brendon 8o

week..........••.•.......... 382 Leigh, see Churchstow .•• II6 Lopt horne,see Thornbury 6o4 Malston, see Sherford .... 561

Kingsbridga .•......•......... 300 Leigh, see Modbury ....•• 333 Loughwood, see Dalwood 143 Mamhead .................... 324

Kingscott, see St. Giles- Leigh, see Morchard Lounston-Higher,Lower, Manaton...................... 324

in-the-Wood ............ 544 Bishop ..................... 343 East & Great, see Ils- Manley, see Tiverton...... 610

Kings Heanton, see Mar- Leigh Boty, see Buries- ington..................: ..• 293 Mannamead,seeCompton

wood ........••••.•..••..• 327 combe ..• ............... ... 102 Lovacott, see Fremington 253 Gifford, Plymouth ..... 399

Kingskerswell..•.••.......•• 3o6 Leigh-East,seeColeridge 125 Loveton, see Meavy....... 329 Mariansleigh................ 325

Kingsmoor,seeBlack Tor- Leigh-East, see West Lower Ashcombe,seeAsh- Maristow, see Tamerton

rington .................. 68 Leigh ..................... 666 combe...................... 28 Foliott ..................... 583

Kingsnympton .....•.•...• 307 Letgh-East & West, see Lower Black Dog, see Marland...................... 32'5

King's 'famerton, see St. Harberton ............... 259 Washford Pyne.......... 663 Marldon...................... 326

Hudeaux .................. 543 Leigh-North..•...•.•..•..• 363 Lower Bowdley, see Ash- Marley, see Rattery....... 539

Kingsteignton ............... 307 Leigh-South............... 570 burton....................... 27 Marsh Green, see Rock-

Kingstorr..................... 309 Leigh-West ..............• 666 Lower Bramble, see Ash- beare.••..................•• 541

Kingston, see Colaton Lemonford,seeAshburton 27 ton.......................... 30 Marsland Valley, see Wel-

Raleigh .••...•:.......... 124 Leusden, see Widecombe- Lower Brimley,see Bovey combe..•...........•...•... 664

Kingswear . •. ... ... .•• ..• ... 309 on-the-Moor ... ... .•. .•• 670 Tracey .......... .. ... ... ..• 71 Martinhoe.................... 326

Kinterbury, see St. Bu- Lew Down,see Lew Tren- Lower Brixham,seeBrix- Marwood ..................... 327

deaux ..................... 543 chard ........•..•..•.....• 314 ham........................ 84 2\'Iarwood- Middle, see

Kister Rock, see Chagford 105 LewDown,see MarystQwe 328 Lower Compton, see Marwood .••••............. 327

Kiverleigh, see Beaford... 51 Lew Mill, see Lew Tren- Compton Gifford, Ply- Mary Church,seeSt.Mary

Knackerskuowle, see Egg chard ..........•..••..•.•• 314 mouth......••••.•..••..•... 399 Church...........•.•.•..... 545

Buckland 165; & St. Lew-Nortb ............... 313 Lower Cowley,see Kentis- Marystowe................... 327

Budeaux •.•..•............ 543 Leworthy, see Bratton bury .....•..•....•.......... 299 Mary Tavy .................. 32&

Knighton, see llsington... 292 Fleming ••. .••....•. ... ... 78 Lowerdale,see Woodleigh 676 Matford, see Exminster 242

Knighton, see Wembury 664 Leworthy, see Clawton... II7 LowerGunstone,seeBide- Maxworthy, see North

Knighton - South, see Leworthy,see Woolfardis- ford......................... 57 Petherwin ................. 384

llsingt.on .................. 293 worthy West ..•.•...• 667 LowerHooe,seePlymstock 533 1\Ieade, see Welcombe .... 664

Knowle, see Braunton ... 78 Lew Trenchard ............ 314 Lower Muddiford, see Meadown,see Rackenford 539

Knowle, see Crediton...... 134 Lexhayne, see Shute...... 563 Marwood.................. 327 Meadwell, see Kelly.••.••• 297

Knowle, &ee Ide............ 282 Ley,seeBlack I'orrington 68 Lower Radnidge, ~e Meavy......................... 329

Knowle-Great & Little, Ley, see Milton Damerel 332 East Anstey •••.. ......... 22 Meddon. see Hartland.••• 261

see Bndleigh Salterton 99 Leyhill, see Payhembury 384 Lower Rixtail,seeBishop's Meeth ......................... 329

Kn .wles Hill, see Newton Liddaton, see Brcntor ... 81 Teignton................... 67 Meldon Hill, see Chagford 105

..i.bbot ..................... 350 Lidford, see Lydford...... 320 LowerRocombe,seeStoke- Meldon Valley, see Oke-

Knowstone .................. 310 Lidstone, see Charleton... 107 in-Teignhead... .... ...... 578 hampton ·.................. 366

Knowstone- East, see Lidwell, see Dawlish.••.•• 153 Lower Shillingford, see Mellands, see Powderham 536

Knowstone ............... 310 Lifton ........................ 314 Shillingford............... 562 Membland, see Holbeton 26&

Lady Cross, see Werring- Lines (The),seePlymouth 387 Lower Sigford, see Ilsing- Membury..................... 330

ton ........................ 66.r; Liscombe-East k West, ton .......................... 293 Mere-East & West, see

Laira (The),see Plympton see East Anstey .•••••.•• 22 Lower Tale, see Payhem- Tiverton•.••••••••••.••.••• 6xo

St. Mary .................. 529 Littabourne, see Pilton.•• 386 bury........................ 383 Merripit, see Princetown 537





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Merrivale,seeWhitchurch 669 Navarino, see North Pet- Offwell ........................ 365 Pixies'Parlour,see Ottery• .

Merton........................ 330 herwin ... ................... 384 OgweH-East & West ..• 365 St. Mary .................... 371

Meshaw....................... 331 Ne.c;s Rock (The), see Okeford ..................... 364 Plains {The), see :rotnes 650

Middle Ashcombe, see Shaldon .................. 557 Okehampton ............... 366 Plaistow, sea Sherwill.... 562

Ashcomb&................. 28 Netheroott, see Braunton 78 Okehamptnn Monk, see Plymouth.................. ;;. 387

Middle Bramble, see Ash- Nethercott, see Tetcott••• 604 · Menkokehampton ...... 342 Plympton Castle, see '

ton.......................... 30 Nether Exe.................. 347 Olchard, see Ideford ...... 282 · Plympton St. Mauriee 53 I

Middlecott, see Bradford 73 Netherton, seeCombe-in- OldBlundells,seeTiverton 6r3 PlymptonErle,seePlymp-

Middlecott, l'ee Morchard Teignhead ..• .••.•..••••• 128 Old Borough, see Mor- • ton St. Maurice ......... 531

Bishop ..................... 343 New Buildmgs, see Sand- chard Bishop .............. 343 Plympton St. Mary....... 528

Middlecott- Higher, -see ford ........................ 554 Oldborough or Oldbarrow Plympton St. Maurice ... 531

Chagford.................. 105 New Inn, see Shebbear••• 559 Downt -see Countisbury 132 Plymstock .................... 532

Middle Longcombe, see Newland, see Swym- Oldridge Chapel.. .......... 370 Plymtree..................... 533

Berry Pomeroy.... ... ... 54 bridge ...............m ... 581 Ope, see Plymouth ...... 397 Polapit Tamar, see Wer-

MiddleMarwood,see Mar- Newport, see Barnstaple 40 Orchard Hill,seeNortham 362 rington .................... 665

wood ....................... 327 Newton Abbot ............ 348 Oreston, see Plymstock... 532 Poltimore .................... 534

Middle 1Rocombe, see NewtonBushel,seeNewton Orestone, see Saloombe... 551 Pomphlett,see Plymstock 532

Combe-in-Teignhead ..• 128 Abbot ..................... 348 Ossaborough,see Morthoe 346 Pondsworthy, see Wide-

Middleton-East & West, Newton Ferrers ............ 359 Otterton ..................... 370 combe-on-the-Moor .... 670

see Paracombe........... 382 Newton Poppleford ...... 360 Ottery, see Lamerton ..• 311 Ponsford, see Cullompton 140

Middle Week,seeBishop's Newton St. Cyres ......... 360 Ottery St. Mary............ 370 Pool-North, see South

Nympton.................. 65 Newton St. Petrock ...... 361 Overgang, see Brixham 86 Pool.,...................... 534

Middlewood, see Dawlish 152 Newton 'fracey ............ 361 Oxenham, see South Pool~South ................ 534

Milford, see Buckland Newtown, see Bishop's Tawton .................. 593 Pool (The),seeEastStone-

- Brewer..................... 95 Nympton ............... 65 Paignton ................... 374 house, Plymouth ....... 396

Milford, see Hartland ... 261 Xicholashayne, see Culm- Painsford,seeAshprington 28 Portbridge, see Stoke

Millbay, see Plymouth... 387 stock ..................... 143 Palm Cross Green, see Gabriel.................... 577

Millbrook, see Axminster 36 Nichols Nymet, see North Modbury.................. 334 Portgate, see Stowford... 580

Millcombe,seeBlackawton 68 Tawtou .................. 591 Pancrasweek ...... ... ... ... 382 Portlemouth ................ 535

1\'Iill Mouth, see Clovelly II9 Nightacot, see. Bratton Panson-East&West,see Posbury, see Crediton.... 133

1\'Iills (The), see Twitchen 656 Fleming .................. 78 St. Giles-in-the-Heath 544 PostBridge,seePrincctwn 536

Milltown,seeMarwood ... 327 Norley, see North Lew.•• 314 Paracombe .................. 382 Potheridge- Great &

Milton, see Ruckland Norman'sGreen,seePlym- • Paracombe Mill,seePara- Little, see Merton ...... 331

1\'lonachorum ... . . .. . ... 96 tree ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... 534 combe. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 382 Poughill ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 535

Milton Abbot ............... 331 Nortbam ..................... 362 Parkham..................... 383 Poundsgate, see Wide-

Milton Damerel............ 332 Northam Burrows (The), Parkham Broad, see combe-on-the-Moor .... 670

Milton-South ............ 333 see Northam 362; & Parkham.................. 383 Powderham.................. S35

Mitchelcombe, see Holne 270 Westward Ho! ......... 657 Passaford, see Otterton... 370 Prawle,see Chivelstone... IIO

Modbury.............,....... 333 Northam Ridge, see Patchacott,seeBeaworthy 52 PrawlePoint,seeSalcombe 550

Mogford, see Rackenford 539 Nortbam.................. 362 Patchole, see Kentisbury 299 Prescombe,see Brentor... 81

Molland ..................... 335 North Beer, see Clawton II7 Payhembury ............... 383 Prescot, see Culmstock... 143

Molton-North ............ 335 North Bovey ............... 69 Pebble(The),seeNortham 362 Prestecott, see Belstone... 53

Molton-South ............ 336 NorthBrentor,seeBrentor 81 Penhill, see Fremington 253 Preston,seeKingsteignton 308

Monkleigh .................. 341 Northbrook, see Countess Penn•Inn, see Combe-in- Preston, see Paignton .... 376

Monkokeha.mpton ......... 342 Wear ..................... I32 Teignhead ............... 128 Pridhamsleigh,seeStaver-

Monkton ..................... 342 North Backland, see Pennycomequick, see ton... - .......,._........... 573

Morehard Bishop ......... 342 Georgeham............... 255 Stoke1 Plymouth ...... 446 Priestacott, see Ashwater 30
Morebath .................. 343 Northcott .................. 363 Pennycross, see Weston Princetown .................. S36

Moreleigh .................. 344 Northcott, see Sheldon... s6r Peverel .................. 666 Priors, see Tiverton....... 610

Moreton Hampstead...... 344 Northeott, see Uffculme 658 Penny Moor, see Cruwys PrioryMills,seePlympton ·

Morice Town, see Ply- Northcott Hamlet......... 363 Morchard ............... 139 St. Mary ..........,....... 529

mouth ..................... 398 Northend, see Culmstock I43 Penquit,see Ermington... I66 Prixford, see Marwood... 327

Morley.... ... ...... ... .... .. .. . 344 Northernbay, see Exeter I73 Pen Recca Slate Quarries, Providence Place, see

Morley Cross, see Halwell North Heasley, see North see Staverton ............ 573 Tbrowleigh ............... 6oS
near Totnes............... 258 Molton..................... 336 Penruse,see~ orth Pether- Puddington.................. S37

Morte, see Morthoe ...... 346 NorthHorridge,seeStoke win ........................ 385 Purlbridge, see Colyton 126

Morte Point&MorteStone, Rivers ..................... 577 Pensford,see Ashprington 28 Putford-East ............. 538
Morthoe ........:..• 346 North Huish .....~........ 28o Peter's Marland............ 325 Putford-West ............ 538

Morthoe ..................... 346 Nortbleigh .................. 363 Petertavy .................. 384 Puttsborough,seeGeorge·

Morwellham, see Tavi- Northleigh,see Goodleigh 256 Petberwin-North......... 384 ham ....................: .._ 255

stock ..................... 587 North Lew ..............;... 313 Pethybridge,seeLustleigh 319 Pynesford, See Ashpring-

Mothecombe,seeHolbeton 268 North 1\Iolton... _.h••· ..... 335 Petitor Barton, see St. ton...._.................... 28

Mount; Batten, see Plym- Northmostown,see Otter- Mary Church............ 545 Pyworthy ................... 538

stock ..................... 532 ton ........................ 370 Petrockstow................. 385 Queeudart,seeWitheridge 672

Mount Edgcumbe, see North Petherwin ......... 384 Petton, see Bampton...... 38 Quince, see Rose Ash...... 542

Plymouth ............... 387 NorthPool,seeSouthPool S34 Peyhembnry, see Pay- Quither,seeMiltonAbbot 332

Mount Pleasant, see Star- North Radworthy, see hembury.................. 383 Quoditch,see Ashwater... 30

cross........................ 572 North Molton............ 336 Philbam, see Hartland... 261 Rackenford.................. 539

Mounts, see Allington- NorthSands,seeSaloombe s5o Phillishayes, see Up- Raddon, see Thorverton 6o5

East........................ 20 North Tawton ............ 591 Ottery ..................... 66o Radnidge- Higher &

MountWise,seePlymouth 387 North West Exe, see Picklecombe, see Ply- Lower,see East Anstey 22

Muckworthy,seeAshwatr 30 Tiverton .................. 614 mouth ..................... 394 Radway, see Bishop's

Muddiford, see Marwood 327 Norton, see Allington- Pidsley, see Sandford..... 555 Teignton .................. 67

Muddiford, see Sherwill 562 East... _.................... 20 Pilehayes, see Woodbury Radway, see Sidmouth... 566

Murchington, see Throw- Norwood, see Great Tor- Saltertou.................. 675 Radworthy North &

leigh........................ 6oS rington .................. 644 Pilton ........................ 385 South,seeNorth Moltoa 336

Musbury .... - ............... 347 Norwood Common, see Pimlico, see Torquay..... 625 Rame Head,see Plymouth 387

Mutley, see Compton Tiverton .................. 607 Pinchaford, see Ilsington 292 Ranscombe, see Brixham 87

Gifford, Plymouth ... 399 Noss Mayo,seeRevelstoke 540 Pinhoe........................ 386 Rapscott,seeNorthMolton 336

. Mutterton,seeCullompton 140 Nutwalls, see Aylesbeare 37 Pinn, see Otterton......... 370 Rapson, seeRoborough... 541

Mutton Cove, see Devon- Nutwell,see Woodbury... 674 Pipacott, see Braunton... 78 Rashleigh, see Wemb-

port, Plymouth ......... 398 Nymet.Rowland ......... 363 Pirzwell, see Kentisbeare 298 worthy................- ... 665

Mynchen Leigh, see Bur· Nymet Tracey, see Bow.. 72 Pithayne, see Yaroombe 678 Rattery ..................... 539

lesoombe .................. 102 Nympton St. George ... 364 Pithead, see Rockbeare... 541 Rattisloe,see Poltimore... 534

Nadder Water,see White- Oakford ..................... 364 Pitson, see Otterton....... 370 Rawridge, see Up-Ottery 66o

stone ... ~ ................ 669 Oakhampton ............... 366 Pitt, see Tiverton.......... 610 Redlane, see ChurchStan-

Narracott, see Winkleigh 6·n Odam,see High Hampton 267 Pi:Pes'Cave,see Sheepstor 56o ton .-...................m u5

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Reed Vale, see West St. Michael'son West Hill 666 Simonsborough,seeHem- Stamford, see Plymstock 533

Teignmouth ..•....••... 598 St. Nicholas, see Shaldon 557 yock ........................ 266 Stanton, see Loddiswell 317

Revelstoke .................. 539 St. Nicholas Island, see Simpson Moor, see Hols- Staplake, see Starcross... 573

Rew, see Malborough..... 324 Plymouth .•• ••••••••• .•• 387 worthy..................... 270 Staple, see Dartington ••• 144

Rewe .. ·····-·····........... 540 St.Petrox,see Dartmouth 145 Sitcott. see St. Giles-in- Staple Cross, see Hock-
the-Heath ............... 544 worthy••••••••••••~......... 268
Rexon Cross, see Bratton St. Saviour's, see Dart-

Clovelly ...... .•• ......... 77 mouth ..................... 145 Slapton ..................... 569 Staple Green, see Wink-

·Rexton, see Broad\"\ood St. Thomas, see Exeter 179 Sla.ptonSands,seeStoken- leigh••,.., .................. 672

Widger ................... 92 Salcombe..................... 549 ham ........................ 578 Stapley, see ChurchStan-

Riccards Down, ·see Ab- Salcombe Regis ............ 552 Slayers Hill, see Lew ton .........~..~ ......,.... n5

botsham ...... ......... ... 19 Saltash, see Plymouth ..• 387 Trenchard ............... 314 Starcross..................... 572

• Rickham,seePortlemouth 535 Sampford Courtenay ... 552 Sierra, see CJovelly .••••• 119 Starehole Bottom,seeSal-

Riddlecombe, see Ash- Sampford Pe,·erell......... 553 Slewton, see Whimple ••• 668 cornbe .............., ...... 550

reigney ...... ...... ...... 29 Rampford Spiney ......... 554 Slocombeslade, see Bren- Start Point Lighthouse,

Ridgeway, see Plympton Sand Quay, see Dart- don ........................ Bo see Stokenham ......... 57~

St. Mary .................. 529 mouth ...............-........147 Sloncombe, see Moreton Staverton ,......., ......... 573

:Bidgway, see Ottery St. Sandford ..................... 554 Hampstead............... 344 Stedcombe, see Axmonth 37

Mary ..................... 374 Sandford- West, see Smallbridge, see Ax- Stentiford's Hill, see Tor-

Ridon,see Pyworthy...... 538 Sandford.................. 554 minster .................. 34 quay........................ 621

Rightadown,see Bradford 73 orth, see Sal- Smallick, see Egg Buck- Stibb Cross, see Langtree 312

. Ringmore ................. 540 combe ..................... 550 land........................ 165 Sticklepath,see Sampford

Ringmore, see Shaldon... 557 Sandy Gate, see King- Smeatharp,seeUp-Ottery 66o Courtenay ............... 552

Ring'sAsh,seeAshreigney 29 steignton......~··~····--·· 308 Smimington, see Taw- Stidstone,sCfl South Brent 81

Riverford, see Egg Buck- Sandy Park, see Drew- stock ..................... 591 Stockland .................. 574

land ........................ 165 steignton.................. 162 Smithincot, see Uffcnlme 657 Stockleigh English ...... 575

Riverside, late Saltash Satterleigh .................. 555 Soldon Cross, see Hols- Stockleigh Pomeroy ...... 575

passage,seeSt.Budeaux 543 Saunton, see Braunton ... 78 worthy..................... 273 Stoke,seeDevonport,Ply-

Rixtail-Higher& Lower, Scoresdown, see Brendon 8o Sorley, see Churchstow u6 mouth ..................... 398

see Bishop's Steignton Scorriton, see Buckfast- Sortridge,seeWhitchurch 669 Stoke, see Hartland •••••• 261

67; & Dawlish ......... 155 leigh........................ 94 Sourton ..................... 570 Stoke Canon ............... 575

Riverton,seeSwymbridge 582 Seaton ........................ ·555 South Allington, see Stoke Flaming ............ 576

Roborough .................. 541 Sentry(The),see Moreton Chivelstone............... uo Stoke Damerel, see Ply-

Roborough,see Bickleigh, Hampstead............... 344 South Appledore,. see mouth ..................... 398

near Plymouth ......... 56 Shadycompe, see Sal- Burlescombe ............ 102 Stoke Gabriel.. ............. 579

Roborough Down, see combe ..................... 550 South Beer, see Clawton II7 StokePoint,seeRevelstoke 537

BucklandMonachorum 96 Shaftsborough, see Mor- South Brent ............... 8o Stoke Rivers .....,.......... 578

Roehill, see Knowstone••• 310 thoe ........................ 346 Sout,h Brentor, see Bren- Stoke-in-Teignhead ...... 577

Rockbeare •.......•......... 541 Shaldon ..................... 557 tor ......................... 8r Stokenham .....,.............., 578

Rocombe, see Uplyme ... 659 Shallowford, see Egg Southbrook, see Starcross 573 Stone, SQe f'rithelstock .•• 254

Rocombe Higher & Buckland......-...... ... ... 165 Southcot, see Manaton ... 325 Stone, see M.arland ...... 326

Lower, see Stoke-in- Shapcombe, see Luppit... 319 Southcott,seeFrithelstock 254 Stonecombe,seeEastDown 161

Teignhead ............... 578 Shapwick, see Axminster 33 Southcott, see Westleigh 666 Stone Cross, see Alver-

Rocombe Middle, see Sharp Hill, see Oke- South Dean, see Trentis- discott ..................... 21

Combe-in-Teignhead ... 128 hampton .................. 368 hoe ........................ 655 Stone Cross, see Swym-

Rocombe Valley, see Up- SharpitorRocks,seeChag- Southernhay, see Exeter 173 bridge ..................... sBr

lyme.........~.~ ............ 659 ford ........................ 105 Southerton, see Harpford 260 Stonehouse, ~eePlymoutb, 396
Rolle's Quay, see Barn- Shaugh Prior ............... 558 South Hams (The), see Stonehouse- ~ast, se~

staple ..................... 40 Shaw, see Luppit ......... 319 Totnes ..................... 649 Plymouth .,............. 396

Rolliphants, see Tiverton 616 Shebbear..................... 559 Southole, see Hartland... 26r Stonyford, see Cola.ton

Romansleigh ............... 542 Sheepham, see Modbury 334 South Huish ............... 280 Raleigh .............. , ... 124

Rookery, see Up-Ottery 66o Sheepstor .................. 56o South Knighton, see 11- Stoodleigh .................. 579

Ropery Meadow (The), Sheepstow .................. s6o sington .................. 293 Stowford ..................... 58o

· see llfracombe ......... 284 Sheepwash .................. 56o South Langston,seeRing- Stowford, see Bratton

Rose Ash....................... 542 Sheldon ... ... ... ... .... . . .... 561 more ... .. . .. . .. . ... ... .. . 541 Fleming ... ... .. .... ...... 78

Rose Hill, see Kingskers- heplegh Bow, see Black- Sonthleigh .........~........ 570 Stowford,see Bulkworthy 102

well ...... _. ............... 306 awton ..................... 68 South Milton ............... 333 Stowford, see Chittle-

Rose Hill, see Pilton ...... 386 Sherford ..................... 561 South Molton ............... 336 hampton , ...., ............ 110

Rotherfold, see Totnes ... 654 Sherrels, see Widecombe- South Pool .................. 534 Stowford, see Colaton

Rougemont Castle, see on-the-1\'loor ............ 670 South Radworthy, see Raleigh ....,............. 124

Exeter ..................... 177 Sherwill,or Sherwell...... 56I North Molton............ 336 Stowford,seeHalwill,near

Roundswill, see Tawstock 591 Sherwood .................. 562 South Sydenham ......... 582 Holsworthy............... 259

Rousdon ...........- ........ 542 Shillingford,see Bampton 38 South Tawton ............ 593 Stowford,see Ivybridge... 295

Rowly, see Paracombe ... 382 Shillingford St. George 562 Southtown, see Dartmth 146 Stowford,seeSwymbridge 58r

Rudge, see Crediton...... 134 Shilstone, see Brendon... So Southtown, see Kenton... 299 Stow St. Petrock ......... 385

Rumleigh,see Beer Ferris 53 Shiphay-Collaton, see St. South West Exe,seeTiver- Strand, see Shaldon •••••• 558

Rumonsleigh ... - ......... 542 Mary Church............ 546 ton ........................ 6r3 Strand, see Topsham ... 618

Rumple, see Egg Buck- Shipstor ..................... 56o South. Wonford,seeExeter 179 Strand Enclosure (The),

land ........................ I65 Shipwash .................. s6o South Zeal, see South see Exmouth ............ 2#

Rumsam, see Barnstaple 45 Shobrooke .................. 562 Tawton .................. 593 Stretchford,see Staverton 574

Rushford, see Chagford 104 Shute ........................ 563 Sowton ..................... 571 Strete ........................ sBo

Ruxhill, see Shebbear •.• 56o Shute, see Shobrooke ... 56.2 Sparkwell .................. 571 Strete Raleigh,see Whim-

Rydon, see Kingsteignton 308 Sid, see Salcombe Regis 552 Sparkwell, see Staverton 574 ple ........................ 668

St. Antt's Chapel, see Big- Sidbury ..................... 563 Spitchwick, see Wide- Strode, see Ermington ... 166

bury........................ 65 Sidford, see Sidbury...... 564 combe-on-the.-.M.oor •.. 67o Stroxworthy, see Wool-

St. Budeaux ~ .............. 543 Sidmouth .................. 564 Splats. see Broadwood- fardisworthy West...... 677

St. David's, see Exeter... 167 Sidmouth Junction, see Kelly ..................... 91 Sutcombe .................. sBo

St. Giles-in-the-Heath .•• 544 Feniton .................. 252 Spreyton ..................... 572 Sutton, see South Milton 333

St. Giles-in-the-Wood ... 544 Sigford, see Ilsington ... 292 Spriddescombe, see Mod- Sutton Barton, see Hal-

SaintHill,see Kentisbeare 298 Sigford-Lower. see Il- bury........................ 334 berton ..................... 257

St. John's Chapel, see sington .................. 293 Spriddlestone,seeBrixton 89 Sutton-on-Plym, see Ply-

Tawstock................. 591 Silver-Little, see Cade- Sprytown. see Stowford 580 mouth ..................... 390

St. John's Well, see leigh........................ 104 Spurwell, see Wembury 664 SuttonPool,see Plymonth 387
Sattontown,~e Werring-
Hatherleigh :........... 263 Silver-Little,seeMarian- Staddiscombe, see Plym-

St. Leonard, see Exeter 179 sleigh ..................... 325 stock ... ,.................. 532 ton ...... ._.................. 665

St. Ma.ry Church ......... 545 Silver-Little, see Rock- Staddon, see Holsworthy 272 Swimbridge ,.............. 581

St.Mary's Hill,see Paign- beare ..................... 541 Staddon Heights, see Ply- Swincombe, see Challa-
ton. ..............._ .......... 375 Silverton·-·············-··· 569 month····~··--·--·····, ........... 394 combe ··~··•·····,······,,.• Ioti



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Swineham, see Oakford 364 Townsend, see Bovey Venton,seeDrewsteignton 162 West Anstey ...•.•.••••••••. 22:

Swymbridge .............•• s8r Tracey ........•....••..•..• 72 Venton, see Sparkwell ..• 571· West Black Down, see

Swymbridgel'\ewland,see Townstal, see Dartmouth 145 Venton, see Widecombe- Brentor .................. B:r

Swymbridge .....•...... 581 Town-Upper & Lower, on-the-Moor •. ~ ......... 67o West Bridge, see Oke-

Sydenham Damerel ...... 582 see Ashton ............... 29 Venton, see Winkleigh ..• 672 hampton.......•.....••... 367

Sydenham-South ...... 582 Traine, see Modbury..•..• 334 Village-East, see Sand- West Buckland ....:....... 9&

Taddiport, see Little Tor- Travellers'Rest,seeSwym· ford ........................ 554 West Buckland, see

rington..................... 648 bridge ........."............ 581 Villavin, see Hoborough 541 Thurlestone ............ 6o6

Talaton .....•..............• 582 Trentishoe .................. 655 Virdley, see Membury •.• 330 West Charleton, see

Tale-Higher & Lower, Trill, see Axminster ...... 33 Virginstowe.................. 661 Cbarleton ............... 107

see Paybembury........• 383 Trillacott, see North Pe- Vitifer Tin Mines, see West Chilla, see Black

Talewater, see 'falaton... 582 therwin .................. 385 North Bovey ............ 70 Torrington ... ... .....•... 69

Tallaton ••..................• 582 Trimstone,see WestDown 162 Waddeton, see Stoke Ga· West Coombe, see North

Tamerton Foliott ......... 583 Trinity, see Bradninch... 74 briel ........................ 577 Bovey .................._.. 70

Taphouse,seeTedburn St. Troswell, see North Pe- Waddon, see Chudleigh II2 Westcott, see Bridford... 82

Mary ..................... 594 therwin .................. 385 Wadstray & Wadstray- Westcott,see Cullompton 143

Tavistock .................. 584 Trusham..................... 655 Higher, seeBlackawton 68 West Down......... ··-····· 161

Tavy St. Mary .......•..•• 328 Tuckenhay,see Ashpring· Waffapool,seeBulkworthy 102 West End, see Honiton... 276

Tavy St. Peter ...........• 384 ton ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 28 Walkhampton............... 662 Westerland, see Marldon 326

Taw Green, see South Tuell Down, see Syden- Walland, see Milton Western Bay (The), see

Tawton ......... ...... ... 593 ham Damerel............ 582 Damerel ............ .•.... 332 Sidmouth ...... ... ...... 564

Tawstock.................... 590 Turf, see Topsham ...... 618 Walreddon, see Whit- Western Hoe, see Ply-

Tawton-North ............ 591 Turnchapel,seePlymstock 532 church ..................... 669 mouth..................... 395

Tawton-South ............ 593 Twitchen..................... 656 Walscott,seeNorthMolton 336 Western Town, see Sid-

Tedburn St. Mary........• 594 Twitching, see Buckland Wansley-Great& Little, mouth..................... 566

Teigngrace .................. 595 Brewer..................... 95 see Roborough ......... 541 West Exe, seeTiverton ... 6o8

Teignbrldge Marshes, see Tythecott, SP.e Buckland Warborough Mount, see WestExe. North&Soutb,

Newton Abbot ......... 350 Brewer..................... 95 St. Mary Church ...... 546 see Tiverton ............ 6r:a

Teignharvey,seeStoke-in- Uffculme..................... 656 Ware Cross, see Kings· WestGarland,see Cbulm·

Teignhead ............... 578 Uford, see Crediton ...... 134 teignton .................. 308 leigh........................ II4

Teignmouth ............... 595 Ugborougb .•................ 658 Warfleet, see Dartmouth 147 West Hill .................. 666

•reignmouth-East&West 595 Ullacombe, see Bovey Warham-Great& Little, West Hoe, see PlymoHth 394

Teignrace .................. 595 Tracey-................... 70 see Beaford............... 51 West Hooe,see Plymstock 533
Ullcombe, see Up-Ottery 66o Warkleigh ·········~·· ...... 662 West Ilkerton,seeLynton 323
Teignton Regis, see King-

steignton.................. 307 Umberleigh,seeAtbering- Wadand, see Totnes..•..• 653 Westlake, see Ermington 166

Templeton •............•.... 603 ton .................. ...... 31 Warnicombe Hill, see Westleigh .................. 666

Tetcott........................ 603 Umberleigh, see Chitt}e. Tiverton .................. 6o7 Westleigh, see Buries·

Thelbridge .................. 604 bampton .................. no Warren, see Dawlish...... 153 combe..................... 102

'Thorn, see Rackenfo:rd ... 539 Umborne, see Shute ...... 563 Washbourn, see Halwell WestLeigh,seeHarberton 259

Thornbury .................. 604 Underwood,see Plympton near Totnes ............ 258 West Liscombe, see East

Thornbury,see EggBuck- St. Mary .................. 529 Washfield .................. 662 Anstey..................... 22

land ........................ r65 Upcot, see Culmstock ... 143 Washford Pyne ............ 663 West Lyn, see Lynton ... 323

Thorndown, see Romans· Upcott, see Beaford ...... 51 Washwalk,seeBlackawton 68 West Mere, see Tiverton 610

leigh........................ 542 Upcott, see Bishop's Watcombe, see St. Mary WEst Middleton, see

Thornmoor, see Broad- Tawton .................• 66 Church .................. 546 Paracombe ............... 382

wood Widger ............ 92 Upcott, see Dowland ...... 160 Water, see Manaton ...... 325 West Ogwell ............... 365

Thorverton ................. 6o4 Upcott, see North Molton 336 Watergate, see Wide- West Okement, see Oke·

Throwleigb, or Throwley 6os Upcott Barton,see Sheep- combe-on-the-Moor ... 670 hampton .................. 366

Thrusbelton ········~······ 6o6 wash ........................ 561 Waterhead, see Aveton Weston, see Awliscombe 32

Thuborough,see Sutcmbe 581 Up-Exe, see Rewe ......... 540 Gifford ............ .....• 31 Weston, see Buckerell... 93

Thurlestone ............... 6o6 Upham-West,see Cheri- Waters' Meet, see Lyn- Weston Peverel ....•......• 666

Tidcomhe, see Tiverton... 613 ton Fitzpaine ............ 109 mouth..•.................. 322 West Panson, see St.

Tideford, see Cornworthy 131 Uphay, see Axminster .•• 33 Watton,see Stoke Gabriel 577 Giles-in-the-Heath...... 544

Tillislow, see Virginstowe 662 Uplowman .................. 658 Way, see Cruwys Mor- West Putford............... 538

Tinhay, see Lifton......... 315 Uplyme ..•.••..•.....•...... 659 chard .... .. ... ..• ... ...... I 39 West Sandford, see Sand-

'fippacott, see Brendon... So Up-Ottery .................. 66o Waytown, see Parkham 383 ford........................ 554

Tipton ........................ 6o6 Uppacott,seeSwymbridge 582 Wear Giffard......•...••... 663 West Teignmouth, see

Tiverton ..................... 607 Uppacott, see Tawstock 591 Wear-Little, see Wear Teignmouth ............ 595

Topsham..................... 618 Uppercot,seeWidecombe- Giffard .................. 664 West Upham, see Cheri-

Tor, see Torquay ......•.• 620 on-the-Moor •.•........• 670 Weare Bridge, see Ailing- ton Fitzpaine ............ 109

Torbryan..................... 62o Upper Cowley,see Kentis· ton-East ............... 20 Westward Ho! ............ 667

Torcross, see Stokenham 578 bury........................ 299 Weaver, see Plymtree ... 534 Westwater,seeAxminster 33

Tor Hill, see Torquay ... 622 Upper Town, see Ashton 29 Weech, see Dawlish ...... 153 Westweek,seeBroadwood

Tormoham .................. 62o Upton, see Clyst St. Law- Week, see Dartington ..• 144 Widger .................. 92

Torquay & Tormobam •.. 620 rence ..................... 121 Week, see Langtree ...... 312 West Wonford,see Milton

Torr, see Cornwood ••.... 130 Upton, see South Milton 333 Week, see Luppit ......... 319 Damerel .................. 332

Torr, see Newton Ferrers 360 Upton, see Torquay ...... 621 Week, see North Tawton 592 Westwood,see Broadclyst 89

TorreAbbey, see Torquay 622 Upton Helions .•......•..• 66o Week, see Thornbury ... 604 Westwood, see Dawlish... 152

TorridgeCastle,seeGreat Upton Pyne ............... 66o Week-East, see South WestWoolfardisworthy..• 676

Torrington ............... 644 Upton Vale, see Torquay 622 Tawton .................. 593 West Worlington ......... 679

TorringtonBlack,seeBlack • Uton, see Crediton ...... 134 Week, St. Germans ...... 255 Weycroft, see Axminster 34

Torrington .....•.•....... 68 Valley of Rocks (The), Weeks Cross, see Iddes- Whiddon, see North Law 313

Torrington-Great ...... 643 see Lynmouth 322 ; & leigh........................ 282 Whiddon,see Marwood..• 327

Torrington-Little .....• 648 Lynton..................... 322 Weir, see Countess Wear 132 Wbiddon Down,seeDrew·

Tor Rocks, see Harford... 26o Vane Hill, see Torquay 627 Welcombe .................. 664 ste1gnton.................. 162

TorRoyal, see Princetown 537 Varley, see Marwood...... 327 Well,see Stoke Uabriel..• 577 Whilborough, aee Kings-

Tors Park,see Ilfracombe 285 Velwell, see Rattery ...... 539 Wembury ..•.•..••.••..•..• 664 kerswell .................. 307

Torwood, see Torquay •.• 621 Venn, see Churchstow ... 116 Wembworthy............... 664 Whimple..................... 663

Totnes ........................ 649 Venn, see East Putford... 538 Werrington.................. 665 Wbipcott, see Holcombe

Towell, see Beaford ...... 51 Venn-Higher, see Wool- Westacott, see East Rogus ..................... 269

Town(The),seeAxminster 33 fard1swortby-West ... 677 Buckland............ ..... 96 Whipton, see Exeterm... 179
TownBart{)n,seeSandford 554 Venn Cross, see Clay~ We~tacott,see Landkey.•• 311 Whitchurch ............... 668

Townlake, see Sydenham hanger ..................... II7 West Allington, see Al- Whitebear, · see Milton

Damerel .................. 582 Venn Green, see Milton vington-West ......... 21 Damerel .................. 332

Town-Lower, see Wide- Damerel .................. 332 West Alvington............ 21 Whitely,seeNorthPether-

combe-on-the-Moor ... 670 Venn Ottery ......... ... ... 661 West Ashford, see Hean. win ... ..................... 3&5

Townsend, see Tiverton 6o7 Venton, see Dartington... 144 ton Punchardon......... 264 Whitestone.................. 669



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Whiteyborough, see Withacott, see Langtree 312 Woodland, see Ivybridge 295 Wreyland,seeManaton••• 325

Shaugh Prior............ 559 Withecombe Raleigh... ;.. 673 Woodleigh .................. 676 Wrinklebury,see Clovelly ng

Whitford, see Shute ...... 563 Witheridge .................. 672 Woodmanton, see Wood-. Wyke, see A:xminster ... 36

Whitla.nds, see Axmouth 37 Withleigh, seeTiverton... 6o8 bury........................ 674 Wyke, see Shobrooke...... 563

Whitleigh,seeSt.Budeaux 543 Withycombe Rawleigh ••• 673 Wood Town, see Alwing- Wyke St. Pancra.s, see

Wick, see Cookbury ...... 130 Wolborough, see Newton ton ......... .............. 22 Pancrasweek ............ .g82

Wickaborough, see Berry Abbot ..................... 348 Woody Bay,seeMartinhoe 327 Yalberton, see Paignton 376

Pomeroy .................. 54 Wolborough Hill, see Woolacombe· & Woola- Yampton, see Yealmpton 678

Widecombe-on-the-Moor 66g Newton Abbot ......... 353 <'Ombe Bay,seeMorthoe 346 Yarcombe .................. 678

Widdecombe, see Stoken- Wolstone Green, see Woolbrook, see Sidmouth 565 Yarde, see Rose Ash ...... 542

ham ........................ 578 Staverton ............... 573 Woolbrook Glen, see Sid- Yarmacott, see Swym-

Widworthy.................. 670 Wolverstone, see Awlis- mouth ..................... 565 bridge ..................... 582

Wiggaton, see Otlllry St. combe ..................... 32 Woolfardisworthy (near Yarnscombe .............. 678

Mary ......................371 Wonford, see Thornbury 604 Crediton).................. 676 Yartiford, see Membury 330

Wilderness, see Clovelly ug Wonford-East & West, WQDlfardisworthy West Yawl, see Uplyme......... 659

Willand ..................... 671 see Milton Damerel .•• 332 (or,nearBideford)...... 676 Yealm- Bridge, see

Willey, see Sampford Wonford-South & East, Woollacott, see Thrushel- Yealmpton ............... 679 •

Courtenay ... '-· ......... 552 see Exeter ... ..• .. ... .... 179 ton ......................•• 6o6 Yealmpton .................. 678

Willincot,see West Down 161 Wonston, see Throwleigh 6o5 Woolleigh Barton, see Yelland. see Whimple ... 668

Willtown, see Clayhidon u8 Woodacott,seeThornbury 6o4 Beaford .................. 51 Yelverton, see Buckland

Wilmington, see Offwell 365 Woodbeer, see Plymtree 534 Woolmers,seeFremington 254 Monachorum ............ 97

Wilmington see Wed- Woodbury .................. 674 Woolsgrove, see Sandford 554 Yeo, see Crediton ......... 133

worthy..................... 670 Woodbury Castle, see Woolston, see Alvington Yeoford, see Crediton ... 134

Wilsworthy,seePetertavy 384 Feniton .................. 252 -West .................. 22 Yeolmbridge, see Wer-' •

WindmillDown,seeTotnes 653 Woodbury Salterton.....: 675 Wooston Castle,see More- rington .................. 665

Windy Cross, see Thorn- Woodbury Salterton, see ton Hampstead ..... ·~· 344 Yeomadon, see Pyworthy 538

bury........................ 604 Woodbury ............... 674 Worlington-East ......... 677 Yeo Mill,see West Anstey 23

Windy Cross, see Great Woodford,seeBlackawton 68 Worlington-West......... 677 Yeoton, see Crediton....., 13-1-

Torrington ............... 646 Woodgate, see Culmstock 143 Worceston,seeYealmpton 679 YeotolVn,seeGoodleigh... 256

• Winkleigh .................. fi7x Woodhayes, see Whimple 668 Worth, see North Lew... 314 Yetson, see Ashprington 28

Winscott, see St. Giles- Woodhayne, see Shute ... 563 Wotter; see Shaugh Prior 559 Yettington, see Bicton ... 57

in-the-Wood ............ 544 Woodhouse, see Beaford 51 Wrafton, see Heanton Yondercott, see Uffculme 657

Winsham, see Braunton 78 Woodhouse,seeThelbridge 604 Punchardon ............ 264 Zeal-South, see South

Wiscombe,see Southleigh 571 Woodland .................. 675 Wrangaton, see Ug- Tawton .................. 593

Wistman's Wood, see Woodland, see Crediton 134 borough .................. 658 Zeal Monachorum......... 679

Princetown ............... 536 Woodland,seeErmington x66 Wrayland,seeBoveyTracy 71 ·



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LIST OF THE



With references to the Places under which they will be found in this Volume.



PAGB PAGE

•Abbots, Arthur Francis Bernard esq. J.P. see Combe Bridwell,Richard Hall Clarke esq. D.L.,.J.P.see Halberton 257

Raleigb •••••..•.••••.••••.....•.•..•••••.•••.••••••••••.•; .•.•••••• 127 Brixton ho. Hawtrey Collins-Splatt esq. see Brixton ... 89

Abbotsbury, Edward Fisher esq. see Newton Abbot...... 350 Broadgate ho. Col. Hugh Robt. Hibbert .J.P. see Pilton 386

Admiralty house, Admiral Sir Algernon McLennan Broadhayes, Mrs. Knight, see Stockland .................. 574

Lyons x.c.B. see Plymouth..•.....••...•••.••.•..•••••.•.•.• 400 Brook, Richd. Huxham Watson esq. J.P. see Dartington I44

A-Ia-Ronde, Rev. Oswald Joseph Reichel M.A. see Brookhill, Robert Francis Wilkins esq. see Kingswear••• 3Io

Withycombe Raleigh .....•....•....••••.•.•••..•••.•.......... 673 Broomborough, Mrs. Phillips, see Totnes .................. 650

Aileron, Lt.-Col. Dacres William Wise .J.P.seeLoddiswell 317 Broomford manor, Col. Robert Thomas White-Thomson
Alphington Manor ho. Joseph Wells esq. see Alphington 20 c. B. see J acobstowe. •• .. •••• .•• ..• .•• •• .••• •. ••• . .•.•• •••••• ••. 296

Annery house, Mrs. Somes, see Monkleigh...... ...... .. .... 342 Buckerell lodge, William Steer Riding H.D. see Buckerell 93

Arcot ho. Harry Moulton-Barrett esq. .J.P. see Sidmouth 566 Buckland Abbey, John Phillips esq. see Buckland

Arlington court, Miss Chichester, see Arlington ......... 24 Monacbornm .••.•• ..• ••• ..••••••• .•••••••••••••• •••••• .•• ••• ••• 97

Ash,John Smyth Smyth-Osbourne esq.J.P.seelddesleigh 281 Buckland court, Baldwin John Pollexfen Bastard esq.

Ashbury house, Charles Belfield Woollcombe esq. J.P. D.L., J.P. see Buckland-in-the-Moor........................ g8
see Ashbury....................................................... 27 Buckland house, Alexander Kennedy Cuningbame, see
Brannton ................................................,.••..•..•
Ashfield, Lt.-Col. William John Mackintosh, see Awlis-

combe ....•• ... ... .. . ... ...........• ...... .. ....... .......•• .•• .•• 32 Buckland house, William James Browne esq. .J.P. see

AsJh.Pto. hseMe aAnsohrtohnou..s.e.,..F..r.e..d.e..r.i.c..k..T..h..e.o..p..h.i.l.u..s..T..r.e..e.b..y...e.s.q... Buckland Fillcigh ..•.. •••.••••••. .•••.••.••..•... ... ••. .•••.• g6
30 Buckland Manor house, Mrs. Irwin, see Buckland Tout

Bagtor, Lieut.-Col. Francis Q. Edmondes, see Ilsington 293 Saints ... ... ..•.•• ... ... .. . ... ... .•. ... ... ... ... ..• ... .... .. ... .•. 98

Barcombe, James Price esq. see Paignton.................. 378 Burleigh, Mrs. Hawker, see Weston Peverel. .............. 666

Barley ho.Lt.-Col.Waiter John'Savile J.P.see St.Thomas 239 Burnworthy, Henry Hulme esq. J.P. see Church Stanton II5

Barnsley, Capt. Arthur George Paul J. P. see Teignmouth 599 Burrator house, Rt. Hon. Sir Massey Lopes bart. P.c. see

Barton {The), SeptimusCounsell esq.seeNymetRowland 364 Sheepstor •••.••...... ... ..•.•. .... .. .•• .••.••..•.••.•. ... .••... .•• 560

Barton hall, Hercules Edwin Brown esq. J.P. see Kings- Burstone house, Richard Davy M. B., F.R.c.s., F.R.S. see

kerswell .•• .•. ..• ••• .•• ... ... .....•... .• •... .•. . .. ... ... .•. ... ... 3o6 Zeal 1.\'Ionachorum .•. ..•.••..•.... .•• .••.••...••••••••••.••••• ••• 680

Barton house, Henry Sullivan Thomas esq. see Mor- Bydown, Viscount Ebringtonn. L.,J.P. see Swymbridge 581

chard Bishop .................................................... 343 Bystock, John Bryce esq. J.P. see Withycombe Raleigh 673
Beacons1de, Mrs. Crichton, see Monkleigh .................. 342 Calverleigh court, Capt. Nugent Chichester .J.P. see Cal-

Beam, Major Alfred Robert Hole J.P. see Torrington ... 646 verleigh..•.••..•.••..•........•.....•....••.••...•••..•..•......••• 104

Beech hill, Charles Comyns Tucker esq. see Morchard Caun house, Mark Edward Grigg e13fi. .J.P. see Tamer-

Bishop .•• .. •.•. ... ... .••.•• .•. ... .. . . .. ... .••.. .. .•..•••. .•. •.. ..• 343 ton Foliot ••• ..• .•• .•• . .. ..•.•• .... •. .. . ... .•• .•• ..• ..•.....• .. •••• 583
Canonteign houl!e, Viscount Exmouth .J.P. see Christow III
Beechwood, Capt. John Hugh Bambridge R.N. see

Sparkwell ... ... .•. •..... ... ... .....• ... .•• ..•.•..••.•...• •••..• 571 Castle grove, Mrs. Vialls, see Bampton ..................... 38

Belair, Miss Elphinstone Holloway, see Weston Peverell 666 Castle hill, Earl Fortescue D.L., J.P. see Filleigh ......... 253

Bickham, Reginald Butler Edgcumbe Gill esq. see Castle house, William Philip Hiern esq. M.A., F.L.s., J.P.

Buckland Monachorum ... ... ... . .. . .• . •. ... .• . .•• .•. ..• .. ..•• 97 see Barnstaple .............•.....••.......••...•••.••.••..•....• ,. 41

Bickham house, Francis Albert Short esq. J.P. see Kenn 297 Chaddlewood, George Soltau-Symons esq. D.L., .J.P. see

Bicton house, Hon. Mark George Kerr Rolle D.L., .J.P. Plympton St. Mary ..• ....•• .•. .•. ..• .•• ..• .•• •.•... .••.•• ••• 529

see Bicton... ...... ... .. . .. .•.•.•. .•• .••.•. ....••••• ... ... .•••••.•. 57 Chagford house, Colvile George Hayter-Hames esq. M. A.
Bigadon, John Fleming esq. .J.P. see Buckfastleigh ...... 94 J.P. see Chagford .....•.•...•.•.....••..•...•••.••....•••••.•• 105
Chattan hall, George Andrew Spottiswoode esq. .J.P. see
Bishop's court,Lieut.-Col. John Arthur Thomas Garratt

J.P. see Sowton ..•.••........•........•..•..•........•......... 571 Axminster ... ... .•. ... .. ..•• ..•. .. .•. ... ... .. . ... ... ..... . ••• ... 34
Chelston cross, Commander Arthur Stephens Phillpotts
Bishopstowe, ~ampson Hanbury esq. .J.P. see Babba-
conlbe ............... !'............................................ 545 R.N., J.P. see Cockington •••••...•................•..••.••.•. 122
Blachford, Sir John Charles Rogers bart. see Cornwood I3o Chittleham-Holt Manor house, Thomas Eater esq. &

Black hall, Frederic James Cornish-Bowden esq. .J.P. Mrs. Bater, see Chittleham-Holt...... ...... ... ...... ...... 109

see Avonwick ....•••.•.................•.••..•.................• 32 Churston, Capt. James ~tevenson Twysden R.N., .J.P.
see Dodbrooke .•. ..• ... .. •... .. . •• .••• ••• ••• ••• .....•... .•• ...•• • gOO
Black Rock, William Weldon Symington esq. .J.P. see
BnckfastlPigh ..• .•. ..• ... .•. .•...• ... .•. .•••••.••.••.•. ... •••.•• 94 Cleeve ho. Thos. Maitland Snow esq. .J.P. see St. Thomas 240
Clevelands, Wilton Allhusen esq. J.P. see Axmouth ... 37
Blackborough house, Rev. Arthur Paul Britton M.A.
see Black borough .•.•.•... .••... •••.•.••• .. ••.•..••••••• •••... 68 Clevelauds, William Arthur Daubney esq. .J.P. see

Blackland,Capt. William Adam Conran .J.P.seeSparkwell 571 Daw1ish. .• . •. ..• ••• ••• ..• ... . •• .. •. •• . •• .• .... .. •..• ••• .•• .. •.• •••• I 54
Cloakham house, Henry Knight esq. see Axminster ... 34
Bovacott, Clervaux Morley Saunders esq. .J.P. see
Bradford .. . ... ..• ... .•. ... .. . ... ... ... .. ..•• ... ..• .•. .. .•.• ... .•• 73 Clovelly court, I<'rederick Hamlyn .J.P. see Clovelly...... II9
Cobbaton house, William Thorne esq. see Swymbridge 58I
Bowden house, Lewis Richard Netherton esq. J.P. see
Stoke 1-"leming .•••••••• •••. ••• •• .••. ••. ••••••.••••. ••.••.••••• .•• 576 Cockington court, Richard Mallock esq. lii.P., J.P. see
Cockington ....•...•.•.•••.•. ... .••... ....••... ... ••••••..•.•..•• 121
Bowringsleigh, William Roope Ilbert esq. .J.P. see Al-
vington West .••.•. ..•.•. .•••••.•. •••.••.•• ..•. .••••••• •• ••••••• 22 Coham, John Blyth Coham-Fieming esq. D.L., J.P.
Black Torrington... ••• ... .• .••• . .•.•• •.• ... ... ..• .. .. ....• ..• ..• 68
Bradfield, Col. Sir William Hood Walrond bart. M.P.,
D.L., J.P. see Uffculme ..•.••..•.•..••••••••••••••.•...•••••• 656 Coleridge, Robert Coad Balkwill esq. see Stokenham ... 578
Bradiford bouse, Thomas John Dennis esq. .J.P.see Pilton 386 Colley house, Patrick Francis Bellew esq. Tedburn
Bradley Wood house, Miss Wall, see Newton Abbot...... 350 St. Mary ••••.• ..• ..•.•.. .• ..• .•. •••••• .• ••.. ..• . .• .••. .. .•• . .• .•• 594
Bradridge, Capt.Gerald Marcell Conran .J.P.see Diptford 158 Collipriest house, Mrs. de Las Casas, see Tiverton ...... 6Io

LIST OF THE PRINCIP.AL SEATS IN DEVONSHIRE. XV

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Coly house, John lmpey Scarborough esq. J.P. see Exeleigh, Rev. Edward Chatterton Orpen JC.A. see

Colyford ••••••.•••••.••••••••.••.••••• ··- ..••••••• ········.)······ 127 Starcr<lSs ••• ... .•• ••• ••• . •• .••.••••• .•••••. •• ••• •••••••••••••••••• 572
Colehays, Mrs. Levett, see lJovey Tracey .................. 70 Exeter palace, The Lord Bishop of Exeter (Right Rev.

Colleton house, Mrs. Osborne, see Chulmleigh.••.••.••..• II3 Edward Henry Bickersteth D.D.), Exeter ••••••••• 171

Combe, Richard Marker esq. D.L., J.P. see Gittisham... 256 Fairfield lodge. Alexander Henry Abercromby Hamilton

Combe head, Lieut.-Col. William Leir J.P. see Hampton 38 esq. D.L., J. P. see Countess Wear ........................ 132

Combe Fishacre house, Thomas Hodgson Archer-Hind Fallapit, Mrs. Cubitt, see East Allington ••• ••• •••••••••••• 20
.a..,esq. u . J.P. see Combe Fishacre ........................ 294 Farringdon house, Edward Johnson esq. J.P. see
Combe Royal, Mrs. Eady-Borlase & Miss Turner, see ~rlt~~~~~~~e:·ch~~i~~··F:T~~~~;·;<i:·;;··ugt,;,;~~gh ~~~

Chnrchstow •••••• ·- ........................._.. ... •••.•.••••••••• ••• I 15

Conybeare, Joseph Bower Siddall M.n:, D.P.H. see Flete, Henry Bingham Mildmay esq. n.L. see Holbeton 268

Northam •.• ••• .• . ••• •••••• ••• •• ••••.•• ••• ••• •• •••• .•• ••• .•• ••• ••• 362 Follaton house, Stanley Edward George Cary esq. J.P.

Coombe, George Cutliffe esq. J.P. see Witheridge ...... 672 see Totnes.••••••••••••••.••••••••••••••••••••..••••••••••.•••••••• 650

Cornborough, Mrs. Vidal, see Abbotsham.................. 19 Ford, John Ponsford esq. J.P. see Drewsteignton......... 162

Coryton park, William George King esq. see Kilmington 300 Forde house, William John Watts esq. D.L., .T.P. see
Newton Abbot................................................... 350
Coryton Manor cottage, Thomas Holdsworth Newman

esq. J.P., F.R.G.s. see Coryton••·............................. 131 Fort hill, John Roberts Chanter esq. see Barnstaple •.• 44

Cotlands, Thomas Kennet-Were esq. ;r.P. see Sidmouth 566 Fremington house, Miss Arundell Yeo, see Fremington 253

Court barn, Rev. George Douglas Melbuish M.A. see Fursdon, Charles Fursdon esq. see Cadbury•..•...•....•.. 103

Clawton ........................................................... 117 Gaddon house, William Talley Wood esq. see Uffculme 656
Court hall, Right Hon. Lord Poltimore p.c., D.L, J.P.
Gatcombe house, David Wise Bain esq. .T.P. see Little

see North Molton................................................ 335 Hem pston................... ;.. ••. .••. ... ..... ..• .... .... .... .... .•• .•• ••• 265

Courtlands, WilliamLethbridge esq.M.A.,J.P. see Withy- Gays, Edward Comins Norrish esq. see Sandford .••••• 554

combe Raleigh.••.............•••.....•.•.•.•••.••.••.••.•••••••• 673 Gidleigh park,AlfredGuyWhipham esq. J. P.see Gidleigh 255 ·

Cove house, Mrs. North Row, see Tiverton.................. 613 Glazebrook haose, Mrs. Gage Hodge, see South Brent... 8o

Cowley house, Lt.-Col. Arthur Wyatt-Edgell J. P.,F.G.s. Glenthorne, William Halliday Halliday esq. M.A., D.L.,

see Cowley •••.......•.......•..••......•.••.•.......•.•.•.••••.• 661 J.P. see Conntisbury ............................................. 132

Craddock cleve, General Edmund Henry Cox R.M.A. see Gnaton hall, Michael Williams esq. M.A.,J.P. see Newton

U:ffculme •••..•.............•...•.••....••..•.......••.••.••....•• 656 Ferrers. .• .... .... ... .. . ... ... ... ..• .•• ..... ... .. •... ... ... .... ... ... ... 359

Craddock house, John Cave New esq. J.P. see Uffculme 656 Goodamoor, Major-Gen. Paul Winsloe Phillipps-Treby

Craddock lodge, Miss Ross, see Uffculme .................. 656 late R.A., J.P. see Sparkwell •...••...•••...•••.•••••.••.....• 571

Cranford, Maj. Franklin Sealy Bridge J.P. see Exmouth 245 Gortlee, Col. Richard Charles Germon J.P. see Dawlish 54

Creedy park, Lieut.-Col. Sir John Davie Ferguson-Davie Government house, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Richard Harrison

bart. D.L., J.P. see Sandford................................. 554 x:.c.B., c.M.G., R.E. see Plymouth ........................ 400

Cross Laurel house, Charles Blackmore esq. see Para- Grange (The), Mrs. Locke, see Broadhembury ......... go

combe ................................................................ 382 Grange (The),James Madder Finline esq.see Rockbeare 541

Cruwyshaye, Henry Charles Devon esq. J.P. see Racken- Grantlands, Rev. Stephen Bennett M.A. see Uffculme.•• 656

• ford ... ..• ..• ..• .. .... ••• ... .. . ..• .• . ..• . .•••• .•• .. . .• •.. . ..• .. . ..• 539 Gratton house, William Lane esq. see Bow ............... 72

Cruwys-Morchard house, George James Cruwys esq. Great Englebourne, John Browne Paige-Browne esq.

J.P. see Cruwys·Morchard ...................:............. 138 M,A., J.P. see Englebotirne ................................. 259

Culver house, Edward Byrom esq. n.L. see Holcombe Great Fulford, Francis Drummond Fulford esq. D.L.,

Burnell •.•.••.••..•....••.•.....•.....••.••.••......•••.. , •••.•• ••• 269 J.P. see Dunsford................................................. 164

Dartington hall, Arthur Melville Champernowne esq.see Green hill,Wm. Satterley Bawdon esq.see Kingsteignton 308

Dartington ... ... ... ... ... ... .•. ... ... .• . ... .. . ••. .•• •.• .•• ..• .•• 144 Greendale house, Lord Dunboyne D.L.,J.P. see Clyst St.

Deer park, Lady Frances Lindsay, see Buckerell......... 93 Mary................................................................ 121

Delamore, Admiral George Parker J.P. see Cornwood.•• 130 Greenway house, Thomas Bedford Bolitho esq. M.P.,

Derriford, Pollexfen Colmore Copleston Radcliffe esq. D.L., J.P. see Churstou Ferrers..............••...•••••..•..• 116

J.P. see Egg Buckland .......~ ............................... 165 Grenofen, William Henry Chichester ,esq. J.P. see

• Derwent lodge, Harry Marsh Turnor esq. see Dart- Whitohurch ..•.......••.••...•••....•..••.••••••••..•.••.••.••.•• 668

mouth ... .... . ... ..• ... .. . ..• ... ..•... ..• .. . ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... 147 Grove hill, Robert Manning Davyesq. ;r.P. see Topsham 618

Downes, Gen. Right Hon. Sir Redvers Henry Buller Gunfield, Edward Tew esq. J.P. see Dartmouth ...'.••.•• 147

P.C., v.c., K.C.M.G., K.C.B., .T.P. see Crediton............ 134 Haccombe house, The Misses Carew, see Haccombe..•.•• a 57

Dowrich house, Arthur Clayfield Ireland esq. J.P. see Haine, Arthur Blackburn esq. see Stowford.......•..••••• 580

Sandford . •. .. . ..• ... .•• ..•.. •... ... .•• .•• ••. .•• ... .•• ... .•. •.. .•. 554 Haldon house, Thomas Bedford Bolitho esq. M.P., D.L.,

Druid house, Peter Fabyan Sparke Amery esq. J.P. see J. P. see Kenn .......•...•....••..•..•......••••••••••••.••.••••• 297

.Ashbnrtion ................ ~ ....................................... 25 Haldon lodge,Capt.RichardAndrew Mitchell,seeDawlish 154

Dunchideock house, Col. Henry Frank Egbert Lucas, 1Hall, Chas. Chichesteresq. n.L.,J.P. see Bishop's Tawton 66

see Dunchideock ................................................. 163 HallsaJ:]nery, Richard Boncher James e81f. see Northam 362

Dunley, Gen. Sir William Templer Hughes K.c.n., J.P. Halshanger, James Woodley esq.n.L.,J.P. see Ashburton 25

see Bovey Tracey .•• .• •.• ... .•• .•• .•• .... .•• ... .•• ..• .•• .••..• 71 Halwell house,Capt.Albert Praed Hallifax,seeSouthPool 534

Dunsland, Col. William Bickford, see Bradford ... ..• ••• 73 Halwill manor, William James Harris esq. J.P. see Hal-

Dunsland court, Capt. George Wrigley, see Jacobstowe 296 will, near Ho1sworthy •••.••.••..•.••.••.••.•••••.•••••••• -·· 258

Durrants, George Waddington esq. see Northam..••••••• 362 Ham, Miss Trelawny Collins, see Weston Peverel ••• .•• 666

East Timewell cottage, Col. Robert Thatcher, see Hampden lodge,Lady Charlotte Augusta & LadyLouisa

Iv!orebath ••••••..••••.••.••..•.••.•••••••••••.•••••.•••••••••••••• 343 Selina Hobart-Hampden, see Sidmonth.................. 566

Ebberly house, Thomas Betson esq. .T.P. see Roborough 541 Hamslade, Robert Macalister esq. see Oakford .••.••.••• 364

Ebford Barton, Col George Jackson, see Woodbury ••• 674 Hannaford, Lady Torrens, see Leusdon•••.•••••.•••••.••••• 670

Efford Manor, Henry Clark esq. see Egg Buckland.••... 165 Harefield, William Henry Peters esq. n.L., J.P. see

Eggesford house, Earl of Portsmouth n.L., .T.P. see Lympstone ..•.••....••...••..•.•••••.••....••..•.••..•.••.•••.• 32.1

Wembworthy .....•.............•••......,......•........•.....• 665 Harpford house,Henry Hoskyn Peppin esq.see Harpford 26o

Egland, Alexander Macartney Read esq.· see Awliscombe 32 Hartland abbey, Lieut.-Col. William Lewis Stncley

Elfordleigh house, Mrs. Stooks, see Plympton St. Mary 529 Stncley J.P. see Hartland .•. ..... . ...... ..•..•..• .•. .•. .•• .•• 26 x

Elm Field, Mrs. Thrupp, see Northam .................... 362 Hawson court, E. Fearnley Tanner esq. J.P. see Buck-

Elms (The)y Charles Hammond Dickinson esq. .T.P. see. fastleigh . .. ... ... .... ..• .•• .••... ....••.••••• .•• ..•.•• .••.•. •••• .• 94

Ilf-racombe . .• ••• .•• .. . ... ....•• .•• ..• ..• ..• •••.••. .• ..• .•• ••• ... 286 Hayford hall, de Couray Beamish esq.see Buckfastleigh 94

Elms (The), Captain George C. Davie F.R.G.s., .T.P. see Hayne house, Hon. William Frederick Danvers Smith.

Bishops Tawton ... .•. ..•... .••.. •... .•• ••..•• •••... •.. .•• .•• .•• 66 .M.P. see Moreton Hampstead .••..•.••.•••••..•..•.••.•...• 345

Elms (The), Wm. Francis Splatt esq. .T.P. see Torquay 630 Heanton Satchville, The Right Hon. Lord Clinton M. A.,

· Elveston.e house, Edward William Ravenscroft esq. .T.P. J. P. see Hnish.................................................... 279

c.s.I. see Budleigh Salterton................................. 100 Heaths court, Right Hon. Lord Coleridge P.c., n.c.L.,

Endsleigh, ·His Grace the Duke of Bedford, see Milton HeJm.Pb. usreye Ottery St. Mary ·······················•··········- 39713
Ab'bot •••.•• .... ••• .•. ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••••••. •. ••••••••.• •• ••• . •• .•• 331 Fort, Mrs. Colborne, see Buckerell ••• .••••••••

Erie hall, Vice-Admiral Alexander Buller c.n., l.P. see Hemerdon house, The Rev. George Ley Woollcombe

Plympton St. Maurice .•••••.••.•..• ·••• .•••.• ..• ..• .••.•• •.• 532 H .A. see Hemerdon, Sparkwell.•••••.••••••••.•.••,.......... 571

Escot house. Sir John Henry Kennaway hart, K.l'., Hendersyde, Lady Marjoribanks of Lees, see Torqnay... 629

H. A., D. L., l.P. see Talaton ••••••••••••••••••.•••.•••••• ,..,~ ss~ Hensleigh house~ Ian Murray Heathcoat Heathcoat-
see Bratton Clovelly ......o.j... 11 ~mory.. see Tivert'Jn ............................... - ••••.,. .... ~Io
Eversfield, Mrs.



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PAGE PAGK

Henspark, Wllliam Legassick Bellew esq.see East Anstey 22 Lukesland, James Johnston MacAndrew esq. .J.P. see

Highbury, Rear-Admiral Joseph Edward :Maitland Harford...........................••...•..•...........•.....•..•••• 26o

Wilson J. P. see Weston Peverel ••. .••... ..... •... .. .. ..... 666 Lundy Island, Rev. Hudson G;rosett Heaven M.A. see

High cli:ffe, Colonel Thomas Hussey, see Lympstone ... 321 Lundy Island .•...............•...........•........•.....•.•••.• 318

High house, Lord Courtenay D.L., J.P. see Kenton .•.... 299 Lupton house, Right Hon. Lord Churston .J.P. see

Highlands, William Mills Tollit. esq. J.P. see Berry Churston Ferrers •.• ... .•• .•• ... ... .•• .•• ••• ••• .•• ••• ..•... ••• 1 16

Pomeroy ... ....................................................· 54 Luscombe, Peter Merrick Hoare esq. J.P. see Dawlish... 153

Highlands, William Coryton esq. see Ivybridge .••..••• 296 IJutton house, Mrs. W. G. Ward, see South Brent .••..• 8o

Hill side, Cecil Edward Bewes esq. J.P. see Ridgeway... 530 Lympstone Grange, Col. Charles Birch B.A., .J.P. see
' Hill Down manor, James Ponsford esq. see Bow ....••... 72 Lympstone ... -~· ....••..........•...••••.....•...........•...... 321

Hiliersdon house, William John Alexander Grant esq. Lympstone house, Miss Bryant, see Lytnpstone .......•• 321

J. P. see Cullompton .............•...•.•.........•.••....••.•• 140 Lyncombe, Peter Bourne Drinkwater esq. .J.P. see

Holcombe, Col. Charles Edward Lane Bluett J.P. see Torquay .......................................................... 627

Moretonhampstead.....•...•••..•.•..•......•....•.........•••• 344 Lyncourt, Right Hon. Lord Ashcombe P.c., M.A., D.L.,

Holcombe court, Mrs. Rayer, see Holcombe Rogus.....• 269 J.P. see Torquay ....................•.••....••.••..•..........•• 626

Holcombe house, Sir Frederic Henry Sykes bart. J.P. Maisonette, Rear-Admiral Richard Dawkins J.P. see

see Holcombe .•• ... .•. ••••••. .• ... .•• .•• . .. ... .•• ..• •• . .•. ..• .•• I 57 Stoke Gabriel ... .. . ... ... ... ..• ... .•• .. . ... ... .....• ... ... .•• ... 577

Holne Chase, Rev. Charles Forster M.A. see Holne .•...• 270 Mamhead park, Sir Robert Hunt Stapylton Dudley

Holne park, Hon. Richard Maitland Westenra Dawson Lydston Newman bart. see Mamhead... ..•... ... ... ... ... 324

J.P. see Holrte •••.••....•.......••••••••.•.•••..•....••....••..• 270 Manadon, Rev. John Halll'arlby M.A., J.P. see Weston

Holwell, William Bryce Michell esq. D.L.,J.P. see Whit- Peverel •.•... ... ... ...••• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... 666

church ............................................................ 668 Marley lodge, John Forbes esq. see Withycombe Raleigh 673

Howden court, Ashton Arundel Mackenzie esq. see Marley house, The Misses Carew, see Rattery •••.••.....• 539

Tiverton .............. ~········································· •.. 613 Maristow, Right Hon. Sir Massey Lopes hart. :M.A.,
P.c., D.L., J.P. see Tamerton Jl'oliot........................ 583
Huckaby, Richd. Mallock esq. M.P., J.P. see Princetown 537

Huntsham court, Col. Charles Arthur Williams Troyte Marpool hall, Sir John Budd Phear M. A., J.P. see Withy-

D.L., J.P. see Huntsham ..................................... 281 combe Raleigh........ ,......... ,,, .••.....•.......•..........•.• 673

Indio, Mrs. Bentinck, see Bovey Tracey..................... 70 Maypool, Francis Chas. Simpson esq. J.P. see Galmpton II6

Ingsdon, Chas. James Hale:Monroesq. J.P. see Ilsington 292 Membland, Lord Revelstoke, see Holbeton ••• .. . .•• ... ..• 268

Keep (The) Richard Hurrell Froude esq. see Dartmouth 147 Millaton, John Gubbins Newton esq. see Bridestowe .•• 82

Keittos, Major Michael Lewis Brown J.P. see Bishop's Monkton park, Kenneth Redwood Vachell esq. see

Teignton ..• ... ... ......•••..•••. ... ... ... ••• ... ... ... ••• ... ... .•. 67 Payhembury .......•••••.••.••.••......••...•..•........•..•••• 384

Kelly house, Reginald Kelly esq. D.L., J.P. see Kelly ... 297 Moreton park, Sir George Stucley Stucley hart. D.L.,

Kenbury, A. W. B. Daniel! esq. see Exminster ......... 242 J. P. see Bideford ..• .•• ••••••...... .•• ..• ••• ... ..•... ••• .•• .•. •. • 58
Moult (Tne), Miss Fo~ter, see Salcombe.• ~··· ...•••.••..•..• 550
Kenwith lodge, Major.-Gen. Hickman Thomas Moles-

worth R.A. see Abbotsham ... ............. ................... 19 Mount Tavy, Daniel Radford esq. J.P. see Tavistock ..• 585

Killerton, Right Hon. Sir 'fhomas Dyke Acland bart. Ness (The), Col. John Jones Brine, see Shaldon .••.....• 557

P.c., D.C.L., D.L., J.P. see Broadclyst ....•..........•••... 89 Nethercott, Lieut.-Col. Wm. Arnold J.P. see Iddesleigh 281
Kilmaurs, Lady Hammick, see Ilsham ..................... 549 Netherton house, Arthur Denis Henry Heb~r Reynell-

Kilmorie, John Taylor esq. see Torquay ...............••• 63o Pack esq. see Combe-in-Teignhead... ... ••••.••••... .•..•• 128

Kilworthy house, Geo. Bland Battams esq. see Tavistock 585 Nethway, Llewellyn Llewellyn esq. J.P. see Brixham ••• 84

Kingsbridge Manor house, John Square Hurrell esq. see Newcombe house, Benjamin Cornish Cleave esq. l.P.

Kingsbridge ..•.. .•• .•. . .... .. •••... ... . .• ..• ... ... .• ... .. . .••• 304 see Crediton... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... .•• 134

Kingswear castle, Right Hon. Charles Seale-Hayne P.c., N ewnham park, Miss Strode, see Plympton St. Mary..• 529

M.P., J.P. see Kingswear •••••.•••.•..••.••.......••....••.•• 309 Newton, John Qnick esq. D.L., J.P. see Newton St.Cyres 361

Kingsnympton park, William Ernest Arthur esq. see Newton house, Alfd. Billsonesq. M.P. see Newton 'fracey 361

Kingsnympton... ....... •••.•. .•. ... ..• ... ..• ... .... .. . .. . ... .. .. ..• 307 Northbrook park, John Dawson esq. see Countess Wear 132

Kitley, Baldwin John Pollexfen Bastard esq. J.P., D.L. North Huish Manor house, Major-Genl. George Drury

soo Y ealmpton... ••. ..•.••... .•. .••.••.....•... .. . ... .. . ...•••.•• 679 R.M. see North Huish....................•.....•..•............ 280

Knightshayes court, -Sir John Heathcoat Heathcoat- Norton park, Sir Henry Paul Seale hart. D.L., .J.P. see

Amory bart. D.L., J.P., see Tiverton ..................... 610 Dartmouth ... ..• ... ...••• ..• ... ... ..• ... ..• .•. . .• .•••.. ••• .•• .•• 147

Knbwle, William Clulow Sim esq. J.P. see Clyst St. Nutwell court, Sir Francis George Augustus Fuller-

George ... ....•• ... . .•... ... ... ... •. . ... .. . ..• ...... ...... ... ..• .•. 120 Eliot-Drake bart. see Woodbury .......••.......••....•..•• 674

Landscore, Lieut.-Col. Charles William Nightingale J.P. Nymett house, Edgar Septimus Counsell esq. see

see Teignmouth .•••••.••.••.•....•••.•••••..••••.•..•.•••.,•... 599 Nymett Rowland .•• ..• .. •.. •.... •.• .•• ••• .•• .•• ••• ••• ••• .•• ..• 364

Langdon court, Richard Cory esq. J.P. see Wembury.•. 664 Oaklands Major.-Gen. Charles James Buchanan Riddell

Langdon house,CaptainRobert ThomasLowndes-Stone- c.B. (late R.A.), see Chudleigh.••..............•.••..•..•.•• 112

Norton, see Dawlish .•...•.••..••.•....•.••........••.....•.•• I 53 Oaklands, Edward Herbert Bayldon esq. see Dawlish..• 153

Lapford wood, Major Richards J. Horwood Dunning J.P. Oaklands, Windham Hunt Holley esq. B.A., J.P. see

see Lapford .••...•..........•...•..•.•.......••.......•••••...•.. 313 Okehampton ...••• .• •••• ..••• •.•• .•. .• •.•.•••. .• •.•••• .. •••• •. . 367
Lavrockbere, Lewin Bentham Bowring esq. c.s.I., J.P.
Octon, William Blundell Fortescue esq. D.L., .T.P. see

see Torquay •••••••••••••••..••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 626 Torquay ••..•...••••....••..•...•••....••••••••....••.....•..•.•• 627

Leawood, Vincent Waldo Calmady Hamlyn esq. M.A., Offwell house, Rev. John Gay Copleston M. A. see Offwell 365

J .P. see Bridestowe ••••••••••••••. •.••••.••••••••••••••••••••••• 8..a Ogwell house, Daniel Robert Scratton esq. D.L.,-.J.P. see
I.....................................Lee abbey, Frederick Charles Bailey esq. .J.P. see s6s
West Ogwell .......•...•.

Lynton ..• .. . ... .• .••••.. •••.... •. •.•. .. ..• ... .•• .• .••. •. . .•. ..•.•• 322 Old Park (The), Lady Tulloch, see Axminster............ 35

Lee Manor house, Charles Bernard Mervyn Drake Cut- Orleigh court, Thomas Rogers esq. .J.P. see Buckland

cliffe esq. see llfracombe .•..••.••.......•..........••......• 286 Brewer •. . .• •... ... ..• .•. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .•• . ....• ••• •• •••• .•• 95

Leeford, Lieut.-Col. Herbert Ouchterlony Walker J.P. Oxenham manor, Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare esq. .J.P.

(late B.A.), see Great Knowle ..•.•..••.••••••••.••.••••••.• 100 see South rrawton •••..•.•.•••.••..•..•..••••..••.•.••..•••••.• 593

Leigh house, Robert James Preston-Whyte esq. J. P. see Oxenway lodge, Robert Manning Davy esq. J.P. see
I........................Chulmleigh ••. •••••• ... .•••••... ..•... .•...••••....•• ... .•••••••• I 13 Membury.•......•........•..•.
I~~···~... 330

Leigham, Hy. Elliot Tracey Elliot esq.see Egg Buckland 165 Oxton house, Edward Fairfax Studd esq. M.A., B.C.L.,

Lenwood, Misses Wren, see Northam...................•• ... 362 see Kenton ..• •...•.••••••• 299J. p.
I ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• I..

Leusden house, Sir Edmund Grimani H?rnby .J.P. see Park house, Elias Tremlett esq. see Sandford .••.•••.•••• 554

lleusden ..•..•... .••.••.•. ..••••. ... .. ••. .•••••... .•. ... ••.•..••• 670 Parke, William Robert Hole esq. .J.P. see Bovey Tracey 70

Leusden lodge, John Stone esq. see Leusden.••...••....••• 670 Parnacott, Dennis Charles Cousins esq. see Pyworthy.•• 538

Lew house, Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould M.A., J.P. see Peamore, Trehawke Kekewich esq. M.A., D.L., J.P. see

Lew Trenchard ...•••......•..••..•..••........•.•..•..••...... ·314 Exminster ... .•• •.. .•• ..• ... •.• .•• ••• .•• ••• .•• ••• .••••• .•. •••••• 242

Lifton park, Frank Bradshaw esq. J.P. see Lifton ...... 315 Perridge, Col. Waiter Hughes Thomas Smee, see Ide... 282

Lindridge, Capt. John George Edmund Templer, see Petticombe, Capt. John Saltren-Willett, see Monkleigh 342

Bishop's Teignton :········ .....•... ... ... .•.... ••.......... ..• 66 Pilton house, Major-Gen. Hugh Chichester B.A., J.P.

Little Efford, John Thomas Soltau esq. J.P. see Egg see Pilton........................................................... 386

Buckland ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...•.• .••..• ... ... ... ... ..• .•. .•• 165 Pitt house, The Hight Hon. Charles Seale-Hayne P.c.,

Lower house, Henry Ford esq. J.P. see Branscombe ... 77 M.P., 1. P. see Chudleigh Knighton ....•.•••....••.•••••.•• 266

Ludbrooke Manor house, Rev. John Moysey de Lud- Place, Frederic Hand Firth esq. l.P. see Ashburton ..• 25

broke Bartlet B •.&. see Ermin~on ... . .. ... ... ... ......... 166 PolapitTamar, EdwardCoodeesq• .J.P. see Werrington 665

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Pole house,Joseph Elliott CollynsWb.lkey esq.l.P.see Ide 282 Stokeley, Herbert T. Lucas esq. see Stokenham •••.••..• 578

Poltimore park, Rt. Hon. Lord Poltimore P.c., D.L., J.P. Stoneborougb, Capt. Jubus Henry Goodwyn, see Bud-
see Poltimore ••••••..•••••.•••••••••••••.....•••••••.•••••.••••• S3'4 leigh Salterton................................................... 100
Pomeroy, Capt. Reginald Hody. see Gittisham .••••.••• 256 Stoodleigh court, George A. Cheeke esq. see Stoodleigh 579

Port hill, Misses Maunder, Northam ••.•••.••••••••..• 362 Stover lodge, Harold St. Maur esq. see Teigngrace.••.•• 595

Portledge, Mrs. Pine-Coffin, see Alwington ••.••.•••••••• 22 Strawbridge, Ernest Joseph Oldham esq. B.A., J.P. see

Posbury house, Dowager Lady Shelley, see Crediton... 136 Hatherleigh .• . .•• ..• ..•.•• .•• ••. ••• •. . ..•. .• .•. .•• ••• ••. .•• .•. ••. 263

Posbury house, Frederick Shelley esq. J.P. see Crediton 136 Strete Manor house, Mrs. Toll, see Strete ••••.•••••••••.••• s8o

Pounds, Chapell1William Hodge esq. J.P. see Weston Strete Raleigh, Henry Macho Imbert-Terry esq. J.P.,

Peverel ............................................................. 666 F.R.S.L. see Whimple.......••...•••..•................•....... 668

Powderham castle, Octavius Bradshaw esq. D.L., J.P. Sycamores (The), Gen. Percy Fortescue Gardiner, see

see Powderham •.••.•.•..••.•..•...•...............••.......... 536 High Bickington ..... ... ... ••. .... ... .. . .•.... ...... ...•..••...• 55

Primley hill, Richard Taylor esq. see Sidford, Sidbury s64 Sydenham house, John Tremayne esq. B.A., D.L., J.P.

Priory (The), Maj.-Gen. Alfred De Lisle R.E. see see Marystowe..•.•...•...........................•.......:...... 328

Ipplepen ......................................................... 294 Tapeley park, Augustus Langham Christie esq. see

Puslinch house, John Yonge esq. B.A., J.P. see Newton Westleigh ...........................................•.....•....••• 666

Ferrers .••.....•..•..•.•...•..••••..~ .............................. g6o Tawstock court, Sir Henry Bourchier Toke Wrey hart. ·

Pynes, Earl of lddesleigh c.B. see Upton Pyne ..•.••..•.•• 661 D.L., .J.P. see Tawstock ....................................... 591

Radford, Thomas Bulteel esq. J.P. see Plymstock..•...... 533 Teignbridge house, Francis Henry Plumptre esq. J.P.

Raleigh, George Downton Leman esq. see Northam . .• 362 see Kingsteignton ..• ... ... ... .... .. .•. .•. ... ... ... ... .. .... .•• 308

Ratclyffe house,Francis l''itzherbert esq.see ClystHydon 120 Temple bill, Capt. Beaucbamp Astley Cooper J. P. see

Ravensbury,Commander Robert Orme Orme-Webb R.N. Ea.st Budleigh ... ......... ... ... ......... ... ... ...... ......... ... 99

see Dartmouth....••..........••..••....•....•..••..•............ 147 Tetcott Vincent Pollexfen Calmady esq. J.P. see Tetcott 6o3

Redcliffe tower, Mrs. Pendergast, see Paignton..•...•••.•• 375 Thornbury Manor cot, Joseph Graham esq. Q.c., J.P.

Retreat (The), Alexander Kelso-Hamilton esq. D.L., J.P. see Thornbury.••....•.....•...........••.••..•.••.....•....••.•• 6o4

see Topsbam ................................................... 618 Timewell house, Arthur T. E. Jervoise esq. see More-

Rhode hill, John Reginald Francis George Talbot esq. bath ............................................................... 343

J.P. see Uplyme ••••.••••••••••.••.•...••••••....••...•.•......• 659 Tiverton castle, Lieut.-Col. Henry Frederick Great-

Ricbmond house, William L. Pike esq. see Appledore... 23 wood, see Tiverton ,................•.•••••...•••.•.••••••..•.•• 6<>9

Riversdale, Charles Darbyshire esq. J.P. see Ilfracombe 286 · Tor abbey,RobertSheddenSulyardeCary esq.seeTorquay 622

Riversea, Lieut.-Col. Henry Toms J.P. see Kingswear... 310 ITordown,Fredk.Rd.Harding-Nott esq. see Swymbridge 581

Rockbeare court, Gilbert Maxwell Walsh esq. see Rock- I Torquay Manor house,Dow.-Lady Haldon, see Torquay 628

beare ............................................................... 541 Torr grove, Robert Bayly esq. J.P. see Weston Peverel 666

Rockbeare house, Mrs, James, see Rockbeare ............ 541 Torwood, Percival White Bushby esq. see Torquay...... 626

Rocklands, The Misse& Ellicombe, see Chudleigh.....•..• II2 Town Barton, Edward Norrish esq. see Sandford .....• 554-

Rose Ash Manor ho1;1se, Mrs. John Tanner Davy, see Tracey house, George Neumann esq. J.P., M.I.c.E.,

Rose Ash •...••••••••..••••••••••..•••••......•••••..•..••••...••. 542 Knt.Leg.Bon. see Awliscombe •.••••..• •••...•••.•.•••..••.• 32

Rousdon, Sir Henry William Peek bart.J.P. see Rousdon 543 I Trehijl, John Hy. Francis Ley esq. D.L., J.P. see Kenn 297

Runnacleave, Jllhn George Naish esq. J.P. see Ilfracombe 2&6 Tristford, Mrs. Trist, see Harberton ••.........•.•......•... 259

St. Brannocks, Edward Chichester lncledon-Webber esq. Trood house, Col. David Milne-Horne, see Exminster..• 242

see Braunton ........•••......•................................. 79 Ugbrooke, Lord Clifford of Cbudleigh D.L., J.P. see

Sandford Orleigh, ·Sir Samuel White Baker (Pasha) Chudleigh....•.............................•...................... n2

F.R.G.s., F.R.A.s., F.R.s., D.L., J.P. see Newton Abbot 350 Upcot, Sir Wm. Rt. Williams hart. D.L., J.P. see Pilton 386

Salston, William Rennell Coleridge esq. n.L., J.P. see Uplands, Francis Edward Fox esq. B.A., F.R.G.s., J.P.

Ottery St. Mary ................................................... 371 see Tamerton Foliot ........................................... 583

Saltram house, Earl of Morley P.C.,D.L., J.P. see Plymp- Up-Ottery Manor house, Viscount Sidmouth D.L., J.P.

ton St. Mary .•• ... .•. .•• . .. ... .. . .•• .. . ... ... ... ..• .. . .. . ... ... 529 see Up-Ottery .. ,.. . . .... •.... .. ... .•• .•. ... •.•• ••• .•.•.•. .. ..• .. . 66o

Sanctuary (The), William Cornish Cleave esq. see Sho- Venbridge house, Reginald 'femplar esq. see Cheriton

brooke ............................................................. 562 Hishop ... •.•• ... ... ... . .. l.•i.•o.m. .a..s• .•• .•. .•• .. •... ..• ... .•. ..•.•. .•• 108

Sandridge house, Hon. Baroness De Virte, see Stoke V enn O~tery Barton, T Yel verton esq. see Venn

Gabriel......... .• . ... ... ... ... ••• ... ... ..• .••... ... .•• .•• .•. ••• ..• 577 Ottery ••. ... .•• ... ..• ... .. . ... ... •.• ... .••.•• ... .•• ..••.. ... ••. .•• 66-I

Sharpham, Miss Durant, see Ashprington.................. 28 Waddeton court, Henry Studdy esq. D. I., J.P. see Stoke •

Sheafhayne house, Lionel Patton esq. see Yarcombe ... 678 Gabriel .••...................•..••......•••.••..•..•....•.....••••• 577

Sbeldon court, Rev. William Speke B.C.L. see Sheldon. 561 Walcot, Edgar Waiter Garland esq. J.P. see Torquay.•• 627

Shobrooke park, Sir John Shellcy bart. B.A., J.P. see Walland Cary, Richard James Cary-Elwes esq. J.P. see

Shobrooke... .•. ... ... .•• ..• .• •..• . .. ..• .•• ... ... ... ..• ...... ..• ••• 562 Bucks Mil1s ..•... .. . ... ... ... ..• .....•... ..•..• ..• ... ... .•.... .•• 677

Shute house, Sir William Edmund Pole bart. M.A. see Walreddon, Thomas Fisher M.D. see Whitchurch •....•.•• 668

Shute. •• .•• ... .. . ..•... .. . .. . ..• ... ... ..... . ... ... ... ... ... .•• .•. .. . 563 Walronds (The), Frederic Burrow esq. LL.D. see Cul-

Sidbury manor, Charles Daniel Cave esq. D.L., J.P. see lompton:.••••..•.•....•••.••.••........•...•••..•.•••••.••..•...... 139

Sidbury.........•...•.........•.....•.............•..••....•......• ·564 Warfleet house, Sir Thomas George Freake bart. see

Slade Mrs. Arthur, see Charleton •••..•••.•.•..•.••.••..•.•• 107 Dal"tmouth .•.....................•.••.•..••.......•....••••••.•• 147

Slade, John Duke Pode esq. M.A., J.P. see Cornwood ... 130 Warleigh, Mrs. Radcliffe, see Tamerton Foliot...........• 583

Smytham, Capt. Osmund W.Scott,see Little Torrington 648 Watcombe park, Lieut.-Col. Charles Ichabod Wright,

South Allington house, Major Thomas Harris Pitts J.P. see Watcombe ................................................... 546

see South Allington .....••••...........................•....• III Watermouth (~tie, Mrs. Basset, see Berry N arbor...... 53

Southlands, Lady Stuart, see Withycombe Raleigh .....• 673 Waye house, Thomas Taylor Coniam esq. see Chagford 105

Southwood, Walter John Llewellyn esq. see Tiverton... 610 Wear hall, John Henderson esq. Wear Giffard............ 663

Speccott Major Richard Arthur Moore-Stevens J.P. see Wear house, Sir Dudley Gordon Alan Duckworth-King

Merton ............................................................... 331 hart. J.P. see CotlntMs ~rear....••.......••;............•...• 132

Spreacombe Park, John Reginald Riddell esq. D.L. see Webbery house, Colin Edward Boyd esq.see Alverdiscott 21

Morthoe ••• ... .•• ... .. . ... .. . ... ... ... ... .•. .. . ... ... . .. ... .. . ..• 346 Welby, Major-Gen. Robert Barton R.E., J. P. see Weston

Spriddlestone, Captain Henry J ames, see Brixton .•• ... 89 Peverel ... .•• .•. ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ••. . .. ..• •.• ... 666

Springfield, Mrs. Luke, see Exmouth ........................ 246 Welcombe house, Mrs. Walker, see Welcombe............ 664

Sprydoncote, Lady Walrond, see Broadclyst... ...... ....•• 89 Well house, Mrs. Gillard, see Dodbrook"e ..•.........••.••• 302

Stanhope, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Charles Darnell J.P. see Wellesbourne,Maj.-Gen.Edwd.LoftusBland,seeNortbam 362

Sidford, Sidbury.••••••.••.••••..•.••....•.•••..............•... 564 Werrington park, John Charles Williams esq. lii.P. see

Stanley lodge, Lieut.-Col. William Dutton Naper J.P. Werrington ...................................................... 665

~e Kxmouth ••• .•• .•• .•..••. .• ..•..• ..• .•• .. •... ••• ... ••• .•• ... 246 West Down house, Theodore Bosanquet esq. .J. P. see

Stanmore house, Matthias Gilbertson Brown esq. J.P. Bradworthy ...................................................... 76

see Dawlish •....•....•.•.•.••.••..•....••..•....••.••..•.••.•...• 153 Westaway, Charles Henry Basset esq. J.P. see Pilton ••• g86

Stedcombe, Samuel Sanders Stephens esq. J.P. see Ax- Westleigh house, Edward Ralph Berry 'forr esq. see

mouth •.• .•. .•• .•• ... .•• .••..• ... ••• ... .. ••.• .. •... ... .•• ... . •• .•• 37 W estleigh ••• .••... .... ..• .•. .•• .•. .•. ..• ••. .•. . ••... .•• ... ... ... .. . 666

Stentwood, John Alfred Eccles esq. see Dnnkeswell...... 163 Weston house, Vice-.ldmiral Charles Henry May, see
Stevenstone, Hon. ~lark George Kerr Rolle D.L., J.P. Berry Pomeroy .:............~................................. 54

see St. Giles-in-tbe-Wood •.........•••••....••.....•...•••... 544 Whiddon park, Mrs. Evans, see Cbagford.................. 105

Stoke Lyne, Edward Campbell Stuart Cole esq. .J.P. see White ball, Charles H. Burridge esq. see Churchstow n6

Withycombe-Raleigh •.. ... •..••• ••• •••.••••••••••. ••.•.••••. •• 673 White hill, Mrs. Wild, see Newton Abbot ••••••. .•••• .. ••• • 350

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Whiteway, Dowager Countess of Morley, see Chudleigh u2 Woodbiu.e hill, Capt.Gedrge Sawle Graves B.N., J.P. see

Whympstone, Nicholas )Villiam Prettejobn: Pitts esq. Combe Raleigh................................................... 127

J.P. see Modbury ............................................. 333 -Woodcot, John Anthony lt"roude esq. see Salcombe.••.•• 550
~Vickeridge, George Edmund Allen esq. see Woodland 676 Woodfield, Mrs. Henry Vivian, see Torquay............... 631

Widdicombe, ArthurFrederick Holdsworth esq. J.P; see Woodtown,Wm.Fk.Collier esq.J.P.see Sampford Spiney 554

Stokenham ................................................ ~..... 578 Woodvill&, Col. Dawson Townley, see Northam .......... 362

Widworthy court, Rev. Alfred Marwood-Elton B.A. see Wolford lodge, Mrs. Simcoe, see Dunkeswell............... 163

Widworthy ...................................................... 670 Wolleigh house, Henry T. Ferguson esq. M.Inst.c.E. see

Willesleigh, Lady Clark, see Landkey........................ 31 I Bovey Tracey ... .. . ............ ...... ...... ... ... ...... ... ...... 70

Willestrew, William Weekes esq. see Lamerton ......... 3II Woodlands, Richard Byam Martin esq. see Kenn......... 297

Winkleigh court, John George Johnson esq. M.A., D.L., Woodtowu house, Joseph Thomas Treffry esq. ;r.P. see

l.P. see Winkleigh ......................•...................... 671 Alverdiscott........................................................ 21

Winscott, John Curzon Moore-Stevens esq. J.P., D.L. see Woolston house, Thomas Wyse Weymouth esq. see Lod-

1\larland •.•.............................................•........ 326 diswell ............................................................. 3I7

Winslade, Rev. Fielding Arthur Wolfe Hamilton-Gell Wonhamhouse,JohnRobertHollond esq.J.P.seeBampton 38

·v.A., Mus.Bac. see Clyst St. Mary ...................~.... 121 Worth honse, George Thomas esq. see Washfield......... 663

Wiscombe park,WilliamEdmonds esq.J.P.see Southleigh 571 Yeo vale,MajorJas.MorrisonKirkwood J.P.seeAlwington 22

Withycombe house, Robert Oxlade esq. see Withycombe 673 Youlston park, Col. Sir Arthur Chichester hart. D.L.,.

Wood house, Lady Baker, see Uplyme ..................... 659l l.P. see Sherwell.......................................... ...... 562

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Addicroft, see Linkin- Beast Point, see Lande- Bolingey, see Perran- Brea,see Cambome.••.•. 1059

home ..................... 1169 wednack ............... 1148 Zabuloe .................. 1245 Breage ..................... 1047

Advent ..................... 1023 Bedruthan Steps, see St. Bolitho, see Crowan · Breock ..................... 1048

Agnes........................ 1023 Eval ..................... 1090 1078; & seeMenheniot n96 Breock Downs, see St.

Agnes, see Scilly Islands 1268 Beeney, see St. Juliot... n38 Bolventor................... 1045 Wenn..................... 131S.

Albaston, see Calstock... 1056 Bejowans, see Sancreed 1267 Bonallack, see Constan- Breward.................... 1048

Allabury, see North Hill 1216 Bellarmine'sTor,seeBlis- tine........................ 1076 Bridge, see Illogan ...... II29-

Allen ........................ 1025 land ..................... 1036 Borah, see St. Buryan... 1053 Bridge End,see St.Win-

Alternun (Altarnun or Belowda, see Roche...... 1261 Borlase, see St. Wenn... 1318 now...................... 1319

Alternon) ............... 1025 Bennerton, see Crowan 1078 Boscadjack, see Sith- Broad Langdon, see

Alverton, see Penzance 1232 Berepper, see Gunwalloe III7 ney........................ 1273 Jacobstow............... II33

Amble, see St. Kew...... II44 Berkeley Vale, see Fal- Boscastle.................... 1045 Broadoak .................. 1049>

Anderton, see Maker ... n38 mouth.................... 1094 Boscaswell, see Pendeen 1223 Brown Gelly Bill,see Bt.

Anguidal Down, see BerriowBridge,seeNorth Boscathnoe, see Madron u86 Neot ...................... 1209

Madron .................. n86 Hill........................ 1216 Bosavern, see St. Just- Brown Willy, see St.

Annette,seeScillyislands 1268 Berrycombe,~ee Bodmin 1039 in-Penwith.............. II39 Breward................. 1049·

Ann's Chapel, see Cal- Berry, see B'odmin....... 1040 Boscawen, see Constan- Bryant's Foundry, see

stock ..................... 1056 Beryas, see Madron...... n86 tine........................ 1076 St. Stythians .......... 1280

Anthony-in-Meneage ... 1026 Beside-Little, see St. 1081 Boscawen-un, see St. 1053 BBrryyhn•enr,,sseeee Scilly Islands 1268
Anthony-in-Roseland ... 1026 Day ....................... Buryan................... Roche . . . . . . . . . 1268
• Anthony's Pomt,see Fal-
Bezore, see Kenwyn...... II43 Boscolla, see Kenwyn... II43 Buckshead, see St.

mouth ...... ............ 1092 Binhamy Castle, see Boscoppa, see Charles- Clement's ............... 1o69.

Antony .................... 1027 Bude ....................• 1050 town ...................... 1067 Bude.......................... I049-

Antony-West ............ 1027 Biscovallick, see Trever- Boscreage,see Germoe... IIII Bude Haven............... 1049

Antron, see Mabe......... n85 byn........................ 1290 Bosistow LoganRock,see Budock ..................... 1051
Biscovey, see Par......... 1219 St. Levan ............... n66 Budock Vean~ see Con-
Armed Knight, see St.

Sennen .................. 1272 Bishop Roak, see Breage 1047 Boskenna,see St.Buryan 1053 stantine.................. 1076-

Arthur,seeScilly Islands 1268 Bissick, see Ladock ...... II47 Boskenwyn, see Wen- BudockWatr.seeBudock 1052

Ashbury, see Week St. Bissoe, see Baldhu........ 1034 dron .................... 1316 Bugle, see Treverbyn ... 1290

Mary ..................... 1316 Bissoe, see Perran-Ar- Bosleake, see Illogan .... n29 Burlawn, see Egloshayle 1086-

Ashfield, see Falmouth 1094 worthal.. ................. 1243 Bosliven, see St. Buryan 1053 Burlawn, see St. Breock 104S.

Ashton,see St.Dominick 1084 Black Cross, see St. Col- Bosorne, see St. Just-in- . Burncoose,see Gwennap 1n8

Ashtown, see Breage ... 1047 umb Major.............. 1072 Penwith.................. II39 Burnt House, see Mabe n84

Augivincark, see Ludg- Black Rock, see Crowan Bosoughan, see Colan... 1070 Burnt House, see St.

van........................ n83 1078 ; & see Falmouth 1092 Bosphrennis, see Zen- Gluvias .................. n12

Austell ..................... 1027 Blackwater, see Mithian nor ........................ 1320 Burras, see Wendron ... 1316

Ayr, see St. Ives ......... II35 1205; & see St.Agnes 1024 Bossiney, see Tintagel... 1283 Burraton, see St. Domi-

Badgall, see Laneast ..• n5o Blagdon, see Jacobstow II37 Bosullow, see Madron... n86 nick ..................... 1084

Badharlick, see Eglos- Blaunder's Welljlsee Le- Bosvarren, see Constan- Burraton, see St. Ste-

kerry ..................... 1086 wannick .................. 1167 tine:....................... 1076 phens-by-Saltash ...... 1276

Bake Rings, see Pelynt 1222 Blazey....................... 1034 Boswarthen,see Madron Burrows, see Carnmen-

Bakesdown, see WeekSt. Blazey Gate, see Par .... 1220 n86; & see Sancreed 1268 ellis ..................... 1o65

Mary ..................... 1316 Blazey Highway,see Par 1220 Boswin,seeCarnmenellis 1o66 BuryDown,see Lanreath 1153

Baldhu ..................... 1034 Bleu Bridge, see Gulval n16 Boswinger, see Gorran n13 Buryan ..................... 1052

Baldue, Ludg-van ... n83 Blisland.................u •• 1035 Bosworgy, see St. Erth 1089 Buryas, see Madron ... u86

Balnoon, see St. Ives ••• 1133 Blowing House, see Illo- Botallack, see St. Just- Buscadjack, see Sithney 1273

Balwest, see Germoe ... 1uo gan........................ II29 in-Penwith.............. II39 Bush, see Poughill ...... 1250

Bangers,see Poundstock 1251 Blue Anchor, see St. BothethericCross,see St. Bush, see Stratton ...... 1278

Bar, see FaImouth ...... 1094 Enoder................... 1088 Dominick ............... 1084 Bussow, see Towednack 1286

Bareppa, see Mawnan... II95 Blunts, see Quethiock... 1253 Bottonnett, see Lezant.. u68 Butspur, see Launcells n56

Barripper, see Penponds 1224 Bochym, see Cury ...... 1080 Botus Fleming............ 1046 Cadgwith, see Grade ... 1114

Barrow Down,seeProbus 1252 Boconnoc.................... 1036 Bowden,see Hayle n22 ; Cadgwith, see Roan

Barton of Kerrow, see Bodelva, see St. Blazey 1035 & see Stratton ......... 1278 Minor..................... 1263

Zennor .................. 1320 BodenRocks seeSt.Agnes 1023 Bowden, see Helland... n22 Cadon Barrow, see Tre-

Bass Point, see Land~- Bodieve, see Egloshayle 1085 Bowgeheer,see Mawgan- valga .................... 1290

wednack ............... u48 Bodilly, see Wendron.... 1317 in-Meneage ............ II93 Cadson Bury, see St.Ive II32

Basset Cove, see Illogan II30 Bodinnar, see Sancreed 1268 Bowithick, see Altemun 1025 Caer Bran, see Sancreed 1267

Bath Pool,seeNorthHill 1216 Bodinnoc,see Lanteglos- Bowling Green Hill, see Caerleon, see Breage ... 1047

Beacon, see Camborne... 1059 by-Fowey................ 1155 Falmouth ............... 1093 Caer Vallack, see St.

Beacon, see St. Agnes... 1023 Bodmin ...... ...... ... ... ... 1037 Boyton ..................... 1046 Martin-in-Meneage ... ngJ

Beacon Hill, see Bodmin 1038 Bodriggy, see Hayle..... II2I Braddock Downs, see Calendra, see Veryan... 1313

BeaconHill,seeCamborne 1059 Bodwen, see Luxulyan n84 Broadoak................ 1049 Calenick, see Kea......... II41

Beacon Hill,see Wendron 1317 Bofindle, see Warleggan 1315 Bradock..................... 1049 Calenick, see Kenwyn... II42

Bealbury, see St.Mellion II9S Bohortha, see St. An- Bradock Down, see St. Callestock, see Perran-

Bealsmill, see Stoke thony-in-Roseland ... 1027 Pinnock.................. 1248 Zabuloe.................. 1245

Climsland ...... ......... 1277 Bojewyan, see Pendeen 1223 Brane, see Sancreed...... 1267 Callington.................. 1054

Bear-Nortb. & South, Bokiddick, see Lanivet... n51 Bra.yshop, see Stoke Calliwith, see Bodmin... 1040
see Boyton......,:....... I047 Bolenowe,see Treslotban 1289 Climsland.............~~ 1277 Calstock ...... ...... ... ... 1056

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Calvadnack, see Carn- Cassacawn, see Blisland 1036 Compass Point,seeBude 1050 Day........................... 1o8:r

menellis.•,..•.....•.••..• 1o66 Castle (The), see Laun- 1 Condurrow, see Tre- Deadman (The), see

Cambeak,seeSt.Gennys 1108 ceston ....••.•..••....•• 1157i slothan .................. 1289 Gorran •.•••••••••••••••• 1113

Camborne .................. 1058 Castle-an-Dinas, see St. Congdon's Shop, see Deadman (The), see St•

.Camborne Beacon, see Columb Major......... 1071 North Hill ............... 1216 Keverne.................. 1143

Camborne.•••••.•••••••• 1059 Castle-an-Dinas, see Connor Down, see Gwy- Deer Park, see Newquay 121:1

1Jamelford•••..•.•••.••••.•• 1o63 Ludgvan ••••••••••••••• 1182 thian ..................... 1119 Degibna, see Wendron 1316

Camels, see Veryan...... 1313 Castle Dore, see St. Constantine ............... 1075 Delabole, see St. Teath 1282

Canalidgey, see St. lssey u32 Sampson's..•.••.•••••••• 1267 Coombe, see Kea ••••.•••• 1141 Dennis ••••••••••••••.••••• 1082

Canons Town, see Ludg- Castle Hill, see Tintagel 1284 Coombe,seeMorwenstow 1206 Dennis Great & Little,,

van....••........•.••.....• uB3 Castle Killibury, see Coombe, see Newlyn, see St. Anthony-in-

Cape Cornwall, see St. Egloshayle •••.•••••••• 1o85 Penzance ..•...•••..•.•• 1211 Meneage ••• :•..•..••..• 1026

Just-in-Penwith •••.•• 1139 CastlePark,see Liskeard 1.170 Coombe,seeSt.Stephens- Devil's Bellows (The),

Caradon,seeLinkinhorne 1169 Castle Point, see St. in·Brannell .••••.•••••• 1275 see Landewednack ••• 1148

Carbilly, see Blisland .•• 1036 Gennys ••.••.•••.••.••••• no8 Copperhouse, see Hayle 1120 Deviock, see Cardinham 1065

Carbis, see Roche .•• ..• 1262 Cawsand, see Rame ••• 1254 Coppethorne, see Pound- Devoran •••.•••.•.•••••••• 1082

Carbis Bay, see Lelant II65 Chacewater ..••••.....•... 1066 stick ..................... 1251 Diddies, see Stratton ... 1278

Cardinham, or Cardyn- Chair Ladder, see St. Cornelly..................... 1076 Digay, see St. Ives ...... 1135

ham ..................... 1o65 Levant .................. n66 Corwenna, see Veryan... 1313 Dimma, see Jacobstow 1137

Carenza-Wartha, see St. Challowater, see Blis- Cory-West, see Boyton 1047 Dimson, see Calstock ... 1058

Wenn..................... 1318 land ..................... 1036 Cosawes, see St. Gluvias 1112 Dinas-Gt. & Lit.see St.

Carfury, see Gulval ... 1n6 Cliapel, see St. Breward 1049 1 Cothele Quay, see Cal- .!nthony- in-Meneage 1026

Cargelley, see Alternun 1025 Chapel Amble, see St. stock ..................... 1056 Ding Dong Mine, see

Cargenwen, see Crowan 1078 Kew ..................... II45' Couch's Mill, see Bo- Gulval .................. 1116

Cargreen, see Landulph n5o Chapel Downs, see San- connoc .................. 1037 Din-gerin, see Gerrans nu

Carharra.ck,seeGwennap III7 creed .....:............... 1267 Country-North, see Dizard, see St. Gennys noS

Carhayes St.Micha.el,see Chapel Hayes, see Bod- Treleigh.................. 1287 Dizard Head, see St. ,

St. MichaelCaerhayes 1II9 min ..................... 1040 Court, see Sancreed...... 1267 Gennys .................. 1108

Carkeel, see St. Ste- Chapel Main, see St. Cove, see Constantine... 1076 Dizard Point, see St.

phens-by-Saltash...... 1276 Austell .................. 1028 Coverack,seeSt.Keverne II43 Gennys .................. noS

Carleen, see Breage...... 1047 Chapel Park, see St. Coverackbridges, see Dobwalls,see Liskeard .. 1171

Carlidnack, seeMawnan 1195 Clether .................. 1o6g Wendron ............... 1316 Dominick .................. 1083

Carlogas, see St.Columb Chapel Rock, 51'6 Bude 1050 Cow & Calf Rocks, see Doom Bar, see Padstow 1217

Major..................... 1072 Chapel Rock, see St. St. Agnes ............... 1023 Dosmery Pool, see St.

Carloggas, see St. Ste- Michael's Mount ...... 1200 Cowling's Creek,see Kea 1141 Neot ..................:.. 1209

phen's-in-Brannell ... 1275 ChapelUny,seeSancreed 1267 Coxford, see St. Gennys no8 Doublebois, see Liskeard II7I

Carlyon, see Kea ......... 1141 Chapel Well, see St. Cox's Park, see Calstock 1057 Downderry, see Hessen-

Carn Bnl.s,seeSt.Sennen 1272 Wenn..................... 1318 Crackington Haven, see ford 1128; & see St.

Carn Brea, see Illogan Chaple Porth, see St. St. Gennys ... ... ... ... noS Germans ......... ...... II 10

II29 ; & see Redruth 1255 Agnes... ............... 1023 Cradle (The),see Zennor 1320 Downderry, see St. Ste- •

Carn Erea, see St. Just- CharitonCruss,seeSt.Ive 1132 Crafthole, see Sheviock 1272 phen's-in-Brannell ••• 1275

in-Penwith ............ II39 Charles'Castle,se~Tresco 1270 Cransworth,seeSt.Wenn 13'18 Downend, see ::lt. Win-

earn Galva, 863 Zennor 1320 Charlestown................ lo6'; Crantock .................. 1077 now ..................... 1319

Carn Marth, see Gwen- Charmed Well, see Craskin, see Wendron... 1317 Downgate, see Linkin-

nap •••.••••.•••••••••..• III7 Lewannick .••••••.•.•• 1167 Creed ••••••.••.•••••.••..•..• 1077 borne...................... 1169

Carn Thomas, see St. Cheesewring, see Lin- Creek Stephen, see Downgate, see Stoke

Macy's ..•........•.•..•• 1270 kinhorne •••.•.••••.•...• 1169 Gerrans ................... IIII Climsland ••••••••••••..• 1277

(}arn Tremayne, see Chilsworthy,seeCalstock 1056 Cregmeer, see Padstow 1218 Downhouse, see Stoke

Crowan .................. 1078 Choyne, see St. Buryan 1053 Crellow,sce St.Stythians 128o Climsland............... 1277

Carnarthen, see Illogan II29 Chun Hill, see Morvah 1205 Crelly, Wendron ... 1316 Downs--Higher&Lower,

Carne, see Crowan ...... 1078 Church Cove, see Lan- Creymell, see Make ... n88 see St. Hilary ...... .. n28

Came, see St. Anthony- dewednack.. ............ n48 Criggan, see Roche...... 1262 Doydon Head, see St.

in-Meneage ......... ... 1026 Church Town, see Gwy- Crill, see Budock......... 1052 Endellion ............... 1087

Carne, see St. Dennis... 1082 thian ..................... 1119 Cripple'sEase,seeTowed- Dozmare Pool, see St.

Carne-South & West, Chy-an-gwail,see Lelant n65 nack ..................... 1286 Neot ..................... 1209

see Alternun............ 1025 Chyandour,see Penza.nce 1229 Crofthandy,sceGwennap 1117 Drakewalls, see Calstock 1056

Carne Beacon, see Ger- Chycoose, see Gwennap n18 Croft Mitchell, see Draynes, see St. Neot ...1210

rans ..................... 1111 Chyenball, see Paul...... 1221 Tresloth~n ............ 1289 Drift, see Sancreed ...... 1267

Carnebone,see Wendron 1317 Chygwidden Cross, see Cross,seeLauncellst156; Druid's Hill, see Bocon-

.Carnhell Green, see St. Levan ............... n66 & see Stoke Climsland 1277 noc ........................ 1037

Gwinear ............... n18 Chynals Point, see St. · Cross Common, see Drym, see Crowan ...... 1078

Carnkie, see Illogan ... II29 Keverne.................. 1143 Landewednack ......... II48 Duloe ........................ 1084

Carnkye, see Carmen- Chynhale, see Sithney... 1273 Cross Hill,see St. Mabyn nB5 Dunmere Camp, see

ellis ..................... 1o65 Chypons, see'fowednack 1286 Cross Lanes, see Illogan II29 Bodmin .................. 1040

Carnmearth,seeRedruth 1255 Chyvarloe,seeGunwalloe III7 Cross Lanes, see Baldhu 1034 Dunmeer, seeBodmin... 1043

Carnmenellis ............ 1o65 Cleave, see Calstock... 1056 Crosstown, see Morwen- Dupath Well,see Calling-

Carnon, see Kea .•• ..• ••• I 141 Cleer •••••• .••••• .•••••••••.• 1o68 stow •..••• ..• ... ..• ..••.• 12o6 ton .••••••••••.••••••••..•• 1054

CarnonCrae,seeDevoran 1083 elements .................. 1o69 Croswin, see St. Ewe ... 1091 Durgan, see Constantine

Carnon Down, see Devo- Clether ...... ......... ...... 1069 Crowan ..................... 1078 1076; & see Mawnan.. 1195

ran ........................ 1083 Clicker Tor, see Men- Crowan Beacon, see Eagle's Nest, see Zennor 1320

CarnonGate,seeDevoran 1083 heniot ..................... n96 Crowan .................. 1078 East Harrowbarrow, see

Carnon Hill,see Devoran 1083 Coad's Green, see North Crowlas~ see Ludgvan 1182 Calstock ............... 1056

Carnrosemary, see Tre- Hill ........................ 1216 Crowntown, see Sithney 1273 East Looe .................. II77

verbyn .................. 12goCock's Barrow, see St. Crow'sNest,seeSt.Cleer 1o68 EastNewlyn............... 12u

Carnyorth, see Pendeen 1223 Austell .................. 1028 Crows-an-wrah, see St. East. Taphouse, see St.

Carpalla, see St. Ste- Cockwells, see Ludgvan u82 Buryan .................. 1053 Pinnock.................. 1248

phen's-in-Brannell ... 1275 Colan ........................ 1070 Cubert .................... 1079 Eastcott,seeMorwenstow 12o6

Carrllg-narth Point, see Colbiggan, see Roche... 1262 Cuby ........................ 1o8o Ebenezer, see Luxulyan n84

St. Mawes... ...... ...... 1192 Coldharbour, see Towed- Cuddan Point, see Per- Edgcumbe, see Carn-

Carthew, Carnmen- nack ..................... 1286 ran-Uthnoe ............ 1244 menellis 1o65; &

ellis ..................... 1o66 College, see Hudock...... 1052 Curgurrell, see Gerrans IIII Wendron ............... 1316

Carthew, see Treverbyn 1290 College, see Penryn...... 1224 Cury ........................ 1o8o Efford Beacon, see Bude 1050

Carthew Downs, see Columb Major............ 1070 Cusgarne, see Gwennap 1118 Eglos Ros .................. 1247

Pencoys.................. 1223 Columb Minor ............ 1074 Dacam Four Cross, see Egloshayle ............... 1085

C!u;vedras, see Truro ... 1299 Colvreath, Roche... 1262 Wendron ............... 1317 Egloskerry .............& 1o86

Carwen, see Blisland ... 1036 Come-to-Good, see Kea 1141 Darley, see Linkinhorne u69 Elmgate, see St.

Carzise, see Crowan...... 1079 Comford, Gwennap 1n7. Davidstow.................. 1o8o Stephen's-by-Saltash. 1276





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Endellion .................. 1086 Giants' Quoit (The), see Gwinear .................. 1118 Highertown, see Ken-

Ennis, see Luxulyan ••• n84 Sithney .................. 1273 Gwineas Rock, see wyn ..................... II42

Enniscaven, see St. Giants' Rock,see Zennor 1320 Gorran .................. I n4 Highlands, see St.

Dennis ••••••••• ••• .•• .•• 1082 G luvian, see St.Columb Gwythian, or Gwithian I ng Minver ,.. ...... ... ... .. . 1204

Enoder ..................... 1087 Major..................... 1071 Halabezack, see Carn- Hig-hlanes; see Little

Enys Dodnan, St. Gluvias ..................... n12 menellis ............... 1066 Petherick ............... 1246

Sennen .................. 1272 Godolphin....:.... :::•••••• 1113 Hall Rings, see Pelynt... 1222 Highway,see La.nteglos-

Enys Hill,see St.Gluvias n12 GodolphinHill,seeBteage 1047 Halmanning, see St. by-Fowey ............... nss

Erme ........................ 1089 Godrevy Island, see Hilary .................. n28 Highway, see St.Kew•.• IIIJ4

Erny~ see Landrake...... 1149 Gwythian •..••••.....••• n19 Halsetown ............... n2o Highway, Ree Tywar•

Erth •••......•••..••••••..•• 1089 Golant, see St. Samp- Halton Quay, see St. dreath..................... 13n

ENan ........................ Iogo son's ..................... 1267. Dominick .. ~ ............ 1084 Hila'f}"..............., ......... 1128

Etheric Cross, see St. Golberdon,seeSouth Hill 1274 Halvosso, see Mabe...... n84 Hill, see Duloe, xo84; &

Dominick ............. xo84 Golberdon Common, see Halvenna,see St.Enoder 1088 see St. Gennys ......... 110g

Eval ........................ xogo South Hill.•..•...••••••• 1274 Halwin,seeCarnmenellis 1o66 Hill-North ............... 1216

Ewe ........................ 1091 Golden, see Probus ...... 1:252 Hampt, see StokeClims- Hill-South ............... 1274

Falmouth .................. 1092 Goldsithney,see Perran- land ..................... -1277 Hill Coos, see Laduck... II47

Felack ..................... 1246 Uthnoe .................. 1243 Hantergantic, see St. Hilton Wood Castle, see

Fenton Pits, see Lanivet n51 Golvadnek Hill, see Breward ............... 1049 Whitstone............... 131&

Fentondale, see Michael- Carnmenellis .•••••.•. to6s Harrowbarrow, see Cal- Hingston Down, see Cal-

stow ..................... 1202 Gonpiper, see St. Feock II04 stock ..................... 1056 lington .................. 1054

Feock........................ 1104 Gonreeve,seeSt.Gluvias 1112 Harrowbridge, see St. Hole Stone, see Madron n86

Filley........................ 1247 Gonvena, see Egloshayle xo85 Neot ..................... 1209 Holmbush, see Charles-

Fiscar, seeCarnmenellis to66 Goodern, see Kea ...... 1141 Hatt, see Botus Fleming 1046 town ............. ,....... 1067

Five Lanes,see Alternun 1025 Goonbell, see St. Agnes 1024 Hawkestor, see Blisland 1036 Holmbush, see Stoke-

Flushing .................. no4 Goonhavern,see Perran- Haye, see Callington ... 1055 Climsland ' ...... :..... 1277

Fogou, see St. Eval... ... 1090 . Zabuloe......... .•. ...... 1245 Hayle........................ n2o Holy Vale, see St.Mary's

Ford, see Egloshayle ... 1085 Goonown, see St. Agnes 1024 Hea Moor, see Madron u86 Island .................. 1269

Forda, see Lanteglos- Goonvrea, see St. Agnes 1024 Heal Bridge, see Bude... 1050 Holy Well, see Cubert... 1079

by-Camelford ......... II55 Gooseham, seeMorwen- HeleBridge,seeMarham- Holy Well, see Roche ... 1261

Forder,see St.Stephen's- stow ..................... 1200 church .................. ngo Holy Well, see St. Domi-

by-Saltash... ... ... ... .•• 1276 Goran ... ......... ... ...... 1 II3 Helebridge, see Stratton 1278 nick .............,, ...... 1084

Forest (The), see Illogan 1:129 Gorland, see St. Day ... 1081 Helens,seeScillyislands 1268 Holy Well, see Lewan-

Forrabury, see Boscastle 1045 Gorran ..................... III3 Helford, see Manaccan n88 nick ..................... n6f

Foundry, see Hayle...... n2o Gorran Haven, see Helland..................... II22 Honeycombe, see Cal-

Foundry,seeSt.Stythians 1280 Gorran .................. III3 Helland, see Mabe ...... II84 stock ..................... 1056

Four Barrow Hunt, see Gorres, see St. .Agnes... 1023 Helland Bridge, see Hornacott, see North

Kenwyn .................. n42 Gothers, see St. Denuis 1082 Hellancl.................. 1122 Tamerton ............... 1281

Four Cross,seeWendron 1317 Grade ..................... III4 Hellesbury, seeMichael- Horrows, see Luxulyan u84

Four Hole C'ross, see Grambla, see Wendron 1317 stow ..................... 1201 Horsedowns,see Crowan 1078

Neot ..................... 1:209 Grampound ............... 1114 Helman Tor, see Lan- HouseholeCove,see Lan-

Four Lanes, see lllogan II29 Grampound, see Probus 1251 livery..................... 1152 dewednack ............ n48

FourLanes,seeWendron 1316 Grampound Road ...... III5 Helston..................... n23 Hugh Town, see St.

Fourburrows, see Gwen- Great Dennis, see St. Helstone, see Lanteglos- Mary's Island ...... ... 1269

nap........................ 1II7 Anthony-in- Meneage 1026 by-Camelford ......... H55 Hugus, see Baldhu ...... 1034

Fowey ..................... nos Great Ganilly, see Scilly Hendra, see Breage...... 1047 Hunter's Oak, see St.

Fraddon, see St. Enoder 1088 Islands ... ............... 1268 Hendra, see St. Dennis 1082 Dominick ............... 1084

Fradgen, see Newlyn ... 1211 Great Ganniornick, see Hendra, see Wendron... 1317 Burden, seeAlternun... 1025

Freworwall,seeLesnewth n66 Scilly Islands ......... 1268 Hen's Barrow1 see St. Hurlers, see Linkin-

Frieries (The), see Bod- Great Kelly, see Eglos- .Austell .................. 1029 borne .................... u69

min ..................... 1042 hayle ..................... w85 Hensbarrow, see Roche 1261 Hurlers, see St. Cleer.... 1068

Frogpool, see Gwennap u17 Great Tree, see St. Mar- Henwood, see Linkin- Hustyn Down, see St.

Frogwell, seeCallington 1054 tin-by-Looe ............ u91 borne..................... n69 Breock .................. 1048

Frying Pan (The), see Great Work, see St. Herland, see Breage ... 1047 Hut, see St. Germans... nog.

Grade .................. 1:114 Germoe.................. :nn HerlandCross,seeBreage, Idless, see Kenwyn ...... n42

Funnel Rock, see St. Greenbottom,see Chace- 1047; & seeGodolphin II13 Illand, see North Hill.•• l216

Levan .................. n66 water, 1067; & see Herodsfoot, II27; & see Illogan ..................... II29'

Ganges, see Flushing ... nos Kenwyn................. II43 Duloe...... ... ...... ... .. . I084 Illogan Downs, see

Gamper Bay, see Land's Greens Plat, see Trever- Hersham, see Launcells ns6 Illogan ...... ............ II29

End ..................... 1272 byn ..................... 1290 Hessenford,n27; & see lllogan Highway, see

Gamper Hole,see Land's Greenwith Common,see St. Martin-by-Looe... II9I Illogan ....... ............ II29 ·

End ..................... 1272 Perran-Arworthal ... 1249 Hewas Water, see St. Ince Castle, see St.

Ganilly-Great & Little, Gregwartha,see Pencoys 1223 Ewe ...... ... .. .... ..... . 1091 Stephens-by-Saltash . 1276

see Scilly Islands...... 1268 Gribbis Corner, see St. Hick'sMill,see Gwennap 1117 Incline, see Calstock •.• 1056

Ganniornick-Great & Stythians ............... 128o HighCliff,seeSt.Gennys noS Indian Queens, see St.

Little,seeScillyislands 1268 Grimscott,see Launcells ns6 High Cross,see Constan- Columb Major......... 10JI

Garrah, see St. Breward 1049 Grumbla, see Sancreed 1267 tine ..................... 1076 Ingong.ar, see Lanivet.•. IISI

Garras, see Mawgan-in- Gulegnllas,seeMawgan- High Lanes, see Gorran n13 IrishLady,seeSt.Sennen 127'2

Meneage ............... n93 in-Meneage ............· II93 High Lanes, see Ruan Island (The), see St.

Garrison, see St. Mary's Gulval ..................... xn6 .Lanihorne............... 1263 Ives ..................... n34

Island ...... ... ... ...... 1269 Gunnislake,see Calstock 1056 Higher Blowing House, Islands of Sc-illy ......... 1268

Gaverigan or Gavrigan, Gunwalloe.................. n16 see St. .Austell......... 1028 Issey ........................ n32

see St. Columb Major 1071 Gurnard's Head, see Highel' Downs, see St. Ive ........................... 1:132

Gear, -see Gulval ......... I n6 Zennor .................. 1320 Hilary .................. 1128 Ives .......................~ 1133

Gear, see St. Martin-in- Gwavas, see Sithney ..• 1273 Higbel' Drift1 se& San- Jacobstow .................. ll37

Meneage ............... n91 Gweal,see Scilly Islands 1268 creed..................... 1267 Jamaica, see Madron ... n86

Gennys ..................... no8 Gwealangears, see Wen- Higher Lanke1 see St. Jesus'Well,seeSt.Minver 1204

G~orgia Lane, see dron ..................... 1317 Breward ............... 1049 Joan's Pitcher, see

Towednack ... ......... 1286 Gwealantop,seeRedrnth 1257 Higher Lat rick, see Lewannick ............ n67

Germans .................. 1109 Gweek,see Constantine, Lezant .................. '1168 Johns ..................... 1138

Germoe .............:....... tno 1076; seeMawgan-in- Higher Menadue, see Jordan (The), see Lan-

Gerrans..................... 1111 Meneage,1193; & soo Luxulyan ............... 1184 east ..................... 1150

Gew, see Crowan......... 1078 Wendron ............... 13t7 Higher Prospidnick, see Juliot........................ n38

Giants' Hedge(The),see Gwendron.................. 1316 , Sithney .....- ............ 1273 Just-in-Penwith ......... n38

Lant'eath ... .. .... ...... II53I Gwennap .................. u 17 Higher Truscott, see St. Just-in-Roseland ••.•..••• U4o

Giants' Quoit (The), see Gwennap Pit,see Gwen- Stephen's-by-Launces- Kea ........................ n41'

St. Breock............... 1o48l nap........................ III7 ton ........................ i162 Kehelland,see Penponds i224

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Kelly Bray, see Calling- Lanke Higher&Lower, Low.'I:own,seeLuxulyan u84 Merrymeet, see Men-

ton 1054; &see Stoke see St. Breward •••••• 1049 Lower Town~ see Wen- heniot .•• ..• ... ... ... .•• ug6

Climsland ................ 1277 Lanlivery .................. 1152 dron....................... 1317 Merryn ..................... 11g6

Kelly Green, see St. Lannarth or Lanner...... II53 Lower 'l'ruscott, see St. Merthen, see ConstaB-

Tudy ..................... 1310 Lanreath .................. 1153 Stephen's ·by- Laun- tine........................ 1076

Kelly Great, see Eglos- Lansallos .................. II54 ceston... ~.·................ n62 Merther .................. 1197

hayle ..................... 1085 Lanteglos-by-Camelford II54 Lowland~. (The), see St. Merther Uny, see Wen- .

Kelly Rounds, see Eglos- Lanteglos-by-Fowey ... II55 Minver ................... 1204 dron ..................... 1317

hayle ...... ... ...... ...... 1085 Lantinny, see St. Luckett,seeStoke Clims- Metherill, see Calstock ... 1056
Anthony-in-Meneage 1026 land.•••~.................. 1277 Methleigh, see Breage... 1047
Kelynack, see St. Just-

in-Penwith ............ II39 Lanyon Quoit, or Crom- Ludgvan....... ...... .... ... u82 Mevagissey ............,.. U-97

Kemyell--Middle,Higher lech, see Madron ...... u86 Lugo Rock, see St. Mevagissey Bay, see ·

& Lower, see Paul ... 1221 Larrick Higher & Mawes .................. ug2 Mevagissey ............ '1198

Keneggie, seeBreage ••• 1047 Lower, see Lezant ... u68 Lynstone,seeBude 1050; Mewau ..................... 1199

. Kennall Vale, see St. Latchley, see Calstock ... 1056 & see Stratton.......... 1278 Mewan Beacon, see St.

Stythians ............... 1280 Launcells .................. II55 Luxulyan (or Luxilyan) u83 Mewan .................. r199

Kennap, see Carn- . Launceston ............... II56 Mabe ......................... II84 Michael Caerhays.......... 1199

menellis.................. 1o66 Lavethan,see Blisland... 1036 Mabel Barrow, see Pel- Michael Penkivel.......... 1200

Kents, see Jacobstow ... u38 Lawhitton .................. n64 perro...................... 1248 Michael's Mount ......... J200

Kenwyn .................. u42 Lawrence, see Bodmin Mabyn ....................... u85 Michaelstow ..........:..•• 1201

Kernick, see St. Gluvias 1n2 1040; & see Lanivet..• usx Maders, see South Hill 1274 Michaelstow Beacon, see ,

Kerow Down, see Blis- Leeds Town, see Crowan 1078 Madron ..................... n86 Michaelstow ...... ... ... 12or

land ..................... 1036 Lelant ..................... u65 Maen Rock,see Constan- Michell, see St.Enoder... 1088

Kerris, see St. Paul...... 1221 Lelant Down, see Lelant n6s tine........................ 1076 Miadle ·Kernyell, see ·

Kerrow Hill, seeMorvah 1205 Lelant Town, see Lelant u6s Maker....... ~ ................ n87 Paul ..................... 1221

Kerthen, see Crowan •.. 1078 Lerryn,seeSt.Veep1312; MakeriHeights,seeMaker u87 Middlemoor Cross, see

Kestle, see St. Ewe ...... 1091 & s11e St. vVmnow ...... 1319 Malpas,see S~.Clement's St. Breward ............ 1049

Kestle Mill, see Newlyn 12u Lesnewth .................. u66 1069; & see Truro.... I296 Middlewood, see North

Kettle's Bottom, see St. Levan........................ n66 Man & His Man Rocks, Hill........................ 1216

Sennen ......., .......... I272 Lewannick ............... u67 see St. Agnes ......... 1023 Millbrook ........... ~ ...... 1202

Keverne ..................... 1143 Ley, see St. Neot......... 1210 Manaccon .,..._............. 1188 Millpool, see Cardinham 1065

Kew ........................ Ir44 Leyland, see Morval ... 12o6 Manacles Rocks, See St. Milton, see Morwenstow :r2o6

Keybridge, see ::it. Bre- Lezant ..................... u68 Keverne...... ,........... II43 Minard Cross, see Res-

ward ..................... 1049 Limehead, see St. Brew- Manhay,, !!e.e Wendron 1316 senford .................. n28

Keyne ..................... I 145 ard ........................ 1049 Manwidden,seeLudgvan n83 Minions,see Linkinhorne II69

Khilhalland, see Tywar- Linkinhorne or Linken- Marazion..................... u8g Minster ..................... 1202

dreath .................. 1312 horne ..................... 1168 Margate, see Bodmin.... 1040 Minver .................. 1.203

Kilkhampton ............ I 145 Liskeard or Liskerret. ... u69 Marhamchurch .... .. .... ngo Mitchell, seeNewlyn ... 12u

Killigorick, see Duloe .•• xo84 Little Beside, see St. Day 1081 Market Jew................ u8g Mithian ...................... I2o5

Killiow, see Kea ......... II41 Little Dennis, see St. Markwell, se~ Landrake II49 Molinnis, see Treverbyn 1290

King Arthur's Quoit, see Anthony-in- Meneage 1026 Marsh G~te, see St. lve u32 Monathon .................. n8_$

Trevalga ............... 1290 Little Gannilly, see Marshgate,see St. Juhot n38 Moor (The),- see Fal- .

Kingsand, see Maker ... n88 Scilly Islands ........ 1268 Martins,seeScillylslands 1268 mouth .................. I093

Kirland, Little & Lower, Little Ganniornick, see Martin-by-.Looe.. ... ... ... n9r Moorswater Viaduct, see

see Bodmin ..... ,...... 1043 Scilly Islands .......... I268 Martin-in-)Weneage....... ug1 Liskeard ............... II70

Kitt Hill, see Callington 1054 Little Kirland, see Bod- Mary's,see Scilly Islands 1268 MopusPassage,seeTruro 1296

Knighton's Kieve, see min ....................... 1043 Mawes Cae~tl~, see Fal- Mornick, see South Hill 1274

Tintagel.................. 1284 Little Park,see Flushing nos mouth.................... 1092 Morvah ....................~ I2o5

Kynance Cove, see Lan- Little Petherick... ........ 1245 Mawes •..••. ...... ......... n92 Morval ... ......... ... ...... 1205

dewednack ............ .1148 Little Polgooth, see St. Mawgan Cross, see Morwenstow ............... I2o6

Kynance Cove, see Mul- Ewe ....................... 1091 Mawgan-in-Pydar ... u94 Mount, see Warleggan... 1315

lion........................ 1208 Lizard tThe) & Lizard Mawgan-in-Meneage ... ug3 Mount Ararat, see

Ladock ..................... u46 Head, see Landewed- Mawgan-in-Pydar ...... .1194 Pillaton .............._..... 1247

Lady Downs, see Towed- nack....................... u48 Mawla,seeMount Hawke 1207 Mount Charles, see St.

nack ...... ,.............. 1286 Lizerea,see Carnmenellis 1066 Mawnan .................. ugs Austell .................. 1029

Lady Nance, see Lockingate, see Luxul- Mawnan Smith, see Mount Folly,see Bodmin 1040

Col~n ................. 1070 yan........................ n84 Mawnan.................. 1195 Mount Hawke ............ 1207

Lamanver, see Budock 1052 Logan Stone, see St. Mayon,see St.. Sennen... 1272 Mount Pleasant, see

Lambou.rne, see Perran- Levan..................... n66 Mean, see Pt. Sennen... 1272 Roche ..................... 1261

Zabuloe.................. 1244 Longlsland,see Trevalga 1289 Meaver, see Mullion.••..• 1208 Mount Pleasant, see St.

• Lamellion, see Liskeard u7o Long Rock, see Ludgvan u82 Medlyn,seeCarnmenellis 1o66 Alien _. .................... 1025

Lamorna,see St. Buryan m 52 Long Stone (The), see Medrose, see St. Teath... 1282 MountZwn,seeFalmouth 1093

Lamornilo Cove, see St. St. Wenn ................ 1318 Meledor, see St. Mountjoy, see Colan ... 1070

Paul ..................... 1221 Longdowns, see St. Stephen's-in-Brannell 1275 MountsBay,see Penzance 1230

Lamorran .................. 1147 Stythians ................ 128o Mellanear, see Hayle ... II22 Mountwise,see Newquay 1213

Lancarrow, see Pencoys 1223 Longlands, see St. Mellion ..................... :u95 Mousehole, see St. Paul 1221

Landege, see Kiea ......... u41 Stephen's-by- Saltash 1276 Men Amber, see Sithney 1273 Mulfra, see Madron ... ... n86

Land's End, see St. Sen- Longstone,see St.Mabyn n85 Men Scryfa, see Madron n86 Mullion ..................... 1207

nen........................ 1272 Looe Bar, see Gunwalloe II 17 Menabilly, see Tyward- MullionCove, seeMullion 1207

Landewednack............ u48 Looe Pool,see Gunwalloe u 17 reath ..................... 1312 Mullion Island, see

Landithy, see Madron..• n87 Looe-East................. n77 Menacuddle Wood, see Mullion .................. 1208

Landrake .................. 1149 Looe-West................ 1178 St. Austell............... 1028 Mylor ........................ 1208

Landulph .................. II49 Looe Island, see Looe- Menadue Higher & Mylor Bridge, see .Mylor 1:208

Lane, see St. Columb East ...................... 1176 Lower, see Luxulyan n84 Nance, see Illogan ...... I 129

Minor.................... 1:074 Losoombe, see Illogan... 1129 Menagew or Mengu, see Nanceavellan, see Kea.•• II41

Laneast oou···~···•uoooooo II50 Lostwithiel ................. 1179 St. Austell............... 1028 Nancegollan,see Crowan 10]8

Lanescot, see Tywar- Lower Downs, see St. Men-an~Tol, see Madron n86 Nancekuke, see lliogan II29

dreath .................. 1312 Hilary .................... n28 Menegissey, see Mount Nancledrea, see Towed-

Langdon, see Jacobstow II37 Lower Kirland, see Bod- Hawke .................. 1207 nack ..................... 1286

Lanhainsworth~ see St. min........................ 1043 Menehaye, seeBudock... 1052 Nancrossa, see Wendron I317

Columb Major ......... 1073 Lower Lanke, see St. Menheniot.................. IIg6 Nanjeth, see St. Ste-

Lanhargy, see Linkin- Breward ................. 1049 Menh~rion,seeCarnmen- phen's-in-Brannell ... 1275

borne ..................... n69 LowerLarrick,seeLezant 1168 ellis.....~.................. 1o66 Nanpean, see St. Ste-

Lanherne Vale,seeMaw- Lower Menadue, see Menna, see St. Dennis... 1082 phen's-in-Brannell ... 1275

gan-in-Pydar _........ II94 Luxulyan................ u84 Mermaid's. Hole, see Nanscawn,see Luxulyan u84

Lanhydrock ............... uso LowerPoltair,seeMadron n87 Gerrans ,.., ............ IIII Nansloe, see Wendron 1317

Lanivet ..................... U5I ~owerSticker,seeSt.Ewe 1091 Merrifield, see Antony... 1027 Nansough, see Ladock .•• 1147



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Nanstallon- see Bodmin Pengerswick, see Breage 1047 Plain-a-n.-gwarry, see Portholland, see Veryan 1313

1038 : & see Lanivet... II5I Pengigan, see Cam- Redruth.••.•........•...• 1254 Porthoustock Cove, see

Narkurs, see Hessenford u28 borne ....••..•.••....•..•• 1059 Plantation, see Tre- St. Keverne .......•...• 1143

Nectan's Kieve, see Tin- Pengwedna, see Godol- slothan ..........••..•... 1289 Porthpean, see St.

tagel ...................... 1284 phin... .......•... ... .••... II13 Plusha Bridge, see Lin- Austell ... .•. ... ...... .•• 1029

Neot ........................ 1209 Penhale, see St. Breock 1048 kinhorne ....••....•.... u69 Porth Towan,see Mount

New Bridge, see San: Penhale, see St. Enoder 1088 Point, see Devoran......• 1083 Hawke .••...............• 1207

creed ••••..••. ..• ••••.. ..• 1267 Penhallow, see Perran- Point, see Gwennap ....• I 117 Portloe, see Veryan.... .• 1313

New Mill, see Gulval •.• 1116 Zabuloe.••....•..••.•... 1245 Polbathic, see St. Ger- Portlooe, see Talland.... 1281

New Mills, see Laduck 1147 Penhalvean, see St. Sty- mans ..................... 1109 Portreath, see Illogan... II30

Newham, see Sithney ... 1273 thians .................... 128o Polgear, see Pencoys ••• 1223 Portscatho, see Gerrans IIIl

Newlyn (near Penzance) 1210 Penheale,seeEgloskerry 1086 Polglase, see Wendron 1317 Portwrinkle, see Shevi-

Newlyn, or Newlyn-East 12II Penjerrick, see Budock 1052 Polgooth, see St. Mewau II99 ocke....................... 1272

Newport,see St.Stephens- Penkuke, see St.Gennys uo8 Polgooth-Little, see St. Poughill .................... 1250

by •Launceston ......... n58 Penlean, see Poundstock 1251 Ewe ..................... 1091 Poundstock ............... 1251

Newquay .................. 1212 Penlee Point, see Rame 1253 Polgray, see Alternun... 1025 Predannack_ see Mullion 1207

Newtown, see St.Martin- Penlu_ see Tuckingmill 1309 Polhawn Battery, see Predannack Downs, see

in-Meneage ............ II91 Penmarth, see Carn- Rame..................... 1253 Mullion .................. 1207

Nine Maidens. see Co- menellis m65; & see Poljew Cove, see Gun- Praze, see Penryn. .... ... 1226

lumb Major ............ IO'JI Wendron ................ 1316 walloe .................. III7 Praze or Praze-an-Bee-

Ninnes, see Lelant .....• u65 Pennance, see Gwennap II17 Polkerris, see Tywar- ble, see Crowan........ 1078

Ninnis, see St. Day 1081 ; Pennant, see Lanlivery II52 dreath .................. 13n Prestacott,see Launcells us6

& see Madron ... ... ... ..• :u86 Pennellick, see Tywar- Polmassick, see St. Ewe 1091 Prideaux:, see Luxulyan n84

Noonvares, see Crowan 1079 dreath.................... 1311 Polmear, see Tywar- Prislow, see Budock .....

North Bear, see Boyton 1047 Penninis, see St. Mary's dreath .................. I3II Probus ..................... 1231

North Country, see Tre- Island .................... 1269 Polmear-West, see Prospidnick & Prospid-

leigh . ..... ...... ... ... ... 1287 Penolver Point., see Lan- Charlestown ......... ..• 1067 nick hill, see SithnPy 1273

North Hill .................. 1216 dewednack .............. 1148 Polpear, see Lelant ...... 1165 Prussia Cove, see St.

North Tamerton ......... 1281 Penpillick, see Tywar- Polpear Cove,see Lande- Hilary ................... 1128

North Withial, see Scilly dreath.................... 1312 wednack ............... II48 Pucklerstor Rocks, see

• Islands ... ......... ... ... 1268 Penpoll, see Devoran.... 1083 Polperro ... ............ .•• 1248 Blisland... ...... ... ...... 1036

Notter, seeSt.Stephen's- Penpoll, see Mawnan .•• II95 Polruan •••;................ 1248 Pulpit Rock, see St.

by-Saltash ............... 1276 Penpoll, see St. Feock.•• II04 Polscoe, see St. Winnow 1319 Mary's Island ......... 1269

NtlnCareg, see S.Buryan 1053 Penpoll, see St. Veep ... 1312 Polstrong, see Penponds 1224 Quay Hill, see Falmouth 1093

Nun's Well, see Pelynt 1222 Penponds................... 1223 Poltair, see Madron ... n87 Quenchwell, see Kea .... 1141

Occasinny, see Alternun 1025 Penpont, seeAlternun... 1025 Polurrian, see Mullion 1208 Quethiock .................. 1~53

Ocean View,seeNewquay 1213 Penpont, see Mawgan- Polwheveral, see Con- QuintrellDowns, see St.

Old Town, see St.Mary's in-Pydar................. II94 stantine .................. 1076 Columb Minor ......... 1075

Island ..................... 1269 Penpont,see St.Breward 1049 Polyphant, see Lewan- Railway Terrace, see St.

Oldmill,see Stoke Clims- Penquite,seeSt.Breward 1049 nick ..................... n67 Gleer ..................... 1o68

land ..................... 1277 Penrose, see St. Dennis 1082 Ponsanooth, see Perran- Raleath, see Crowan .... IO'J8

Oliver Cromwell'sTower, Penrose, see St.• Ervan 1090 Arworthal, 1243; & Rame........................ 1253

see Tresco ............... 1270 Penryn...................... 1224 see St. Gluvias......... 1II2 Rame, see Carnmenellis 1o65

Otterham .................. 1216 Pensilva, see St. Ive..... ug2 Pont, see Lanteglos-by- Rame Head, see Rame 1253

Padstow ..................... 1217 Pentally, see Tintagel. .. 1284 Fowey .................. II55 Ramsgate, see Treslo-

Padstow Harbour, see Pentewan, or Pentowan 1227 Pool, see Illogan ......... II30 than....................... 1289

St. Minver................ 1204 Pentire-West,seeCran- Pool Harbour, see St. Red Cliff Castle, see St.

Page's Cross, see Laun- tock...................... 1077 Mary's Island ......... 1269 Eval ...................... 1090

ceston ..................... II6o Penventon, see Illogan II29 Porcupine Highway, see Redavallen,see Trevalga 1290

Par ........................... 1219 Penventon Well, see Tywardreath ......... 13II Redgate, see St. Cleer... 1o68

Paramore, see St. Ewe..• 1091 Lewannick.............. n67 Porkellis, see Carn- . Redinnick, see Penzance 1233

Park Bottom, see Illogan n29 Penwartha, see Perran- menellis..............~ ..• 1o65 Redmoor, see Lanlivery n52

Park Erissey, see Tre- Zabuloe.................. 1245 Porkellis, see ·wendron 1316 Redmoor Common, see

leigh ..................... 1287 Penwerris,see Falmouth 1094 Port Gaverne, see St. South HilL.............. 1274

Park~Little,seeFlushing noS Penwethers, see Kea.... II4I Endellion ............... 1087 Redruth..................... 1254

Paul ........................ 1221 Penzance ................... 1228 Port lsaac, see St. En· Reginnis, see St. Paul... 1221

Paynter's Lane End, see Perran ...................... 1243 dellion .................. 1087 Rejerrow,see Newlyn... I2II

Illogan .................. II29 Perran-Arworthal........ 1242 Port Navas Cove, see Relubbus, see St.

PealPoint, see St.Sennen 1272 Perran-Combe, Per- Constantine ............ 1076 Hilary ...... ... ...... ..• I 128

Pelynt... .-.................... 1222 ran-Zabuloe ............ 1245 Port Quin, see St. En- Rescassa, see Gorran ... III4

Penare, see Gorran ...... III4 Perran-Porth, see Per- dellion .................. 1087 Rescorla, see Treverbyn 1290 •

Penare Point, see St. ran-Zabuloe ............ 1244 Port View, see Saltash... 1264 Reskadinnick, see Pen-

Keverne .................. 1143 Perran-Uthnoe............ 1243 Portchapel,see St.Levan n66 ponds..................... 1224

Penbel'th,see St. Buryan 1053 Perran Well, see Perran- Porteast, see Gorran ••• III4 Resparva, see St.

Pcnburthey Cross,see St. Arworthal ............... 1243 Porth, see St. Columb Enoder .................. 1088

Hilary............, ........ II28 Perran-Zabuloe........... 1244 Minor .................. 1075 Respryn, see St.Winnow 1319

Pencoys ......... .... ....... 1222 Peterville, see St. Agnes 1024 Porth Cressa, . see St. Restormal Castle, see

Pencoys, see Wendron 1316 Petherick-Little......... 1245 Marx's .................. 1~71 Lostwith1el ............. n8o

Pendeen ..................... 1223 Petherwin-South ... ..• 1246 Porth Kea, see Kea... .•• II4I Restronguett, see Mylor 1208

Pendennis Castle, see Petroc Minor, see Little Porth Towan,see Illogan u29 Retanna, see Carnme-

Budock .................. 1052 Petherick................ 1245 Porthcothan, see St.Eval xogo nellis ...--................ 1066

Pendennis,see Falmouth 1092 Petrocstow Padstow 1217 Porthcurnow, see St. Retire, see Withiel ...... 1320

Pendennis Castle Drive, Peverell's Blis- Levan .................. II67 Retyn, see St. Enoder..• 1088

see Falmouth........... 1094 land ....................... 1036 Portheras, see Pendeen 1223 Rezare, see Lezant....... n68

Pendennis Hill, see Fal- Phillack..................... 1246 Porthgwarrah, see St. Rialton, see St. Columb

mouth..•..•..••........•• 1093 Philleigh....••...••••••••.•• 1247 I..evan •••.••..•..•.••••• 1166 Minor .•.••..•..•.••..•.•• 1075

Pendinas, see St. Ives... II34 Pike's Hill, see Fal- Porthleven ............... 1249 Rilla Mill, see Linkin-

Pendoggett, see St. Kew II44 mouth .................. 1093 Porthleven, see Breage 1047 borne............... .. ... u69

Pendower Cove, see St. Pillaton ..................... 1247 Porthloe, see Veryan ••• 1313 Rinsey, see Breage ...... 1047

Levan .................... x166 Pinnock .................... 1247 Porthlow, see St. Mary's 1271 Roche........................ 1261

Pendreve, or Pendrift, Piper's Hole, see Tresco 1270 Porthmellen, see Mul- Rock, see St. Minver.... 1204

see Blisland ............. 1036 Piper's Pool, see Trewen 1291 lion........................ 1207 Roddsbridge, see Bude

Pendriscott, see Duloe... 1084 Piran's Well, Perran- Portmellon, see Meva- 1050; & see Stratton 1278

Penelewy, see Kea ....... u41 Zabuloe .................. 1244 gissey...... ... .... ........ II98 Roscare, see St. Gennys uo3

Pengegon,see Camborne 1059 Pittimee, see St. Minver 1204 Porthmere, see Zennol' 1320 Roscroggan, see Cam-

ross ;Pengelly, see Callington Pix:y Hall, see Constan- Porthminster Cove, see borne 1059; & see Il-

& see St. Teath 1282 tine........................ 1<>76 St. Ives ................... I I34 logan.•••••.•••••••••.••••• II2g

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Roscrow Hill, see St. St. Feock •..•• .. .... ... ... uo4 St. Saviour's Hill, see Stanbury, see Morwen-

Gluvias .................. u12 St.Gennie,see Jacobstow II37 Polruan .................. :1248 stow ..................... 1206

Rose,seePerran-Zabuloe 1245 St. Geunys ............... uo8 St. Sennen.................. I272 Star Castle (The),seeSt.

Rosedinnick, see St. St. Germans............... uog St. Stephen's-in-Bran- Mary's Island ......... I269

Columb Major ......... 1073 St. German's Hut......... uog nell........................ 1274 Stenalees, see Trever-

Roseladden,seeWendron I317 St. Gerrans ............... IIII St. Stephen's-by-Lann- byn........................ I290

Roseland, see St. Mawes II92 St. Gluvias ............... II12 ceston...................., ns8 Stennack (The), see St.

Rosemain, see Alternun I025 St. Goran .................. 1n3 St.Stephen's-by-Saltash I276 Ives ..................... II35

Rosemelling, see Luxul- St. Gwendron ............ 1316 St. Stythians ............ 1279 Stephens-in-Brannell ... I274

yan n84; & seeRoche I262 St. Helen's, see Sctlly St. Syth's Beacon, see Stephens- by- Launces·

Rosemorran, see Gulval nx6 Islands .................. I268 Michaelstow ............ 1201 ton ........................ 1IS8

Rosemullion Head, see St. Hilary .................. 1128 St. Teath .................. 1281 Stephens-by-Saltash ... I276

Mawnan ............... 1195 St. Illogan ............... II29 St. Thomas the Apol!tle, Stepper Point, see Pad-

Rosemundy,!!eeSt.Agnes 1024 St.Ingongar,see Lanivet II5I see Launceston......... II57 stow ..................... 1217

Rosenannon,seeSt.Wenn 1318 St. Issey .................. n32 St. Thomas Street Ham- Stibb, see Kilkbamp-

'Rosevanion, see St. St. lve ..................... I132 let, see Launceston ... II57 ton ........................ n46

Columb Major ......... 1073 St. Ives ..................... II33 St. 'fudy .................. 1310 Sticker, see St. Mewan II99

Rosevidney,seeLndgvan n83 St. Johns .................. II38 St. Veep, or St. Vepe ... 1312 Sticker-Lower, see St.

Rosewarne, see Gwinear n19 St. John's Well,see Mor- St. Wenn .................. 1317 Ewe ..................... 109I

Roseworthy,seeGwinear !II8 wenstow ............... 1200 St. Wenna Well, see St. Stithians .................. I279

Roseworthy, see Pen- St. Juliot .................. n38 Wenn..................... 1318 Stoke Climsland ......... I277

ponds..................... 1224 St. Just-in-Penwith...... n38 St. Winnow ............... 1318 Stonetown, see Duloe ... Io84

Roskear, see Truro ...... 1309 St. Just-in-Roseland ... n4o Saltash ..................... 1264 Stowe's Common, see

Roskestal, see St. Levan u67 St. Kea ..................... n41 Sampson, see Scilly Is- Linkinhorne............ n6g

Rosudgeon,seeSt.Hilary u28 St. Kebv's Well, see lands ..................... I268 Stratton .................. 1278

Rough Tor, see St. Duloe.: .................. 1084 Sampson's.................. 1267 Street-an-Nowan, see

Breward ............... 1049 St. Keverne .............. II43 Sampson's Well, see Newlyn .................. 1211

Ruan High Lanes, see St. Kew..................... II44 South Hill............... 1274 Street-an-pal, see St.

Ruan Lanihorne ...... 1262 St. Keyne .................. 1145 Sancreed .....,............ 1267 Ives ..................... 1135

Ruan Lanihorne ......... I262 St. Kitt's Hill,seeDavid- Sand Place, see Morval 1206 Stythians ... ............... 1279

Ruan Major ............... 1263 stow ..................... 1081 Sandybottom, s e e Summer Court, see St.

Ruan Minor ............... 1263 St. Knighton's Kieve,see Charlestown............ Io68 Enoder .................. 1088

Rumford, see St. Ervan 1090 TintageL................. 1284 Saviour's Hill, see Pol- Summerleaze, see Bude I050

Ruthvos, see St. Columb St. Lawrence, seeBod min ruan ••• ............ .... .. I 248j Sunny Corner,seeGwen-

Major..................... 1071 1040; & see Lanivet II51 Scarcewater,seeLadock II47 nap........................ III7

R)'alton, see St. Columb St.Leonard's,seeBodmin 1042 Scarlet's Well, see Bod- jSwallock,seeSt.Breward I049

Minor .................. 1074 St. Levau ... ............... n66 min ......... ...... ... ... 1040' Swan Pool, see Budock.. :r052

St. Agnes .................. 1023 St. Mabe .................. 1184 Rcilly Islands ............ 126!l Swannacot Wood, see

St. Agnes, see Scilly St. Mabyn.................. u85 Scorrier,seeGwennap... III7 Week ~t. Mary......... 1316

Islands .................. 1268 St. Madron ... ............ n86 Scracedon Fort, see Swanpool, see Falmouth 1093

St. Agnes Beacon,see St. St. Madron's Well, see Antony ...........·....... I o27 Sweets, see St.Gennys... no8

Agnes..................... 1023 Madron .................. n86 Semersdon, see North Sweets House, see Lan-

St. Allen .................. I025 St. Martin-by-Looe ...... ng1 Tamerton ............... I281 livery..................... II52

St. Ann's Chapel, see St. Martin-in-Meneage.. n91 Sennen ..................... 1272 Syth's Beacon, see Mich- ·

. Calstock .............. 1056 St. Martin's, see Scilly Senor Circle, see Zenuor I32o aelstow .................. 1201

St.Anthony-in-Meneage 1026 Islands .. ............... I268 8eveock, see Kea......... II42 Table Meau, see St.

St.Anthony-in-Roseland 1026 St.Martin'sGreen,seeSt. Seworgan, see Coustan- Sennen .................. I272

St. Anthony Heights,see Martin-in-Moneage ... ng1 tine ..................... I076 Talland ..................... I28o

St. Mawes.............. ug2 St. Mary's, see Par...... 1:u9 Sharp Point Tor, see Talskiddy,seeSt.Columb

St. Anthony's Point, see St. Mary's, see Scilly Linkinhorne............ u6g Major..................... :1072

Falmouth ............... 1092 Islands .................. 1268 Sharrow Grotto, see St. Tamar, see Calstock ... I056

St. Austell. ................. 1027 St. Mawes.................. II92 John's .................. n38 Tamerton-Nortll ...... :r281

St. Bellarmine's Tor, see St. Mawes Castle, see Sheffield, see Paul ...... :1221 Tangie,r, see Lostwithiel n8o

Blisland.................. 10':16 St. Mawes............... ng2 Sheviocke...... ... ... ...... 1272 Taphouse-East, see St.

St. Blazey .................. 1034 St. Mawes Castle Point, Sbipman Head, see Pinnock .................. 1248

St. Blazey Gate, see Par 1220 see St. l\iawes ......... ng2 Bryher .................. I270 Taphouse - West, see

St. Blazey Highway, see St. Mawgan ............... II94 Shop,seeMorwenstow... 1200 Broadoak ............... I049

Par........................ 1220 St. Mellion ............... 1195 Shortlanes End, see 'fean, see Scilly Islands 1268

St. Breock ... ............... 1048 :-t. Merryn ..............• 1196 Kenwyn.................. 1142 Teath .•..................... 1281

.. St. Breock Downs,. see St. Mewan ............... II99 Sbutta, see Looe- Temple ..................... 1282

St. Wenn ............... 1318 St. Mewan Beacon, see East ..................... II78 TempleMoor,seeTemple 1283

St. Breoke.................. 1048 St. 1\'Iewan............... II99 Rilverwell,see Mithian... 1205 Tendrine, see Zennor... IJ20

St. Breward ............... 1048 St. Michael, see St. Silver Well, see 'fres- Tettesborough Beacon,

St. Budock ............... 1051 Enoder .................. 1088 lothan .................. 1288 see Lesnewth ......... n66

St. Buryan .............. 1052 St. Michael Caerhayes... II99 Sinns Common,see Tre- Thomas the Apostle, see

St. Cleer ... ............... Io68 St. Micbael Penkivel ... 1200 leigh ... ...... ............ 1288 Launceston ............ II57

St. Clement's & St. Cle- St. Micbael's Mount ... 1200 Sithney ..................... I273 Three Barrows, see

ment·s Hill ............ 1o69 St. Minver ................ 1203 Skinner's Bottom, see Mithian .................. I20S

St. Clether ............. 1069 St. Morwenna's Well,see Mount Hawke ......... 1207 Three Hammers, see

St. Colan .................... 1070 Morwenstow............ 1206 Slades, see Charles- Treslothan ............ I289

St. Columb Major ...... 1070 St. Nectan's Kieve, see town ..................... Io67,Three Mile Stone, see

St. Columb Minor ...... 1074 Tintagel.................. 1284 Slades Bridge, see Eglo- Kenwyn.................. I143

St. Crantock............... 1077 St. Neot..................... 1209 shayle .................. 1085 Thurdon,see Kilkhamp-

St. Cubert.................. 1079 St. Neot's Well, see St. Soap Rocks, see Mul- ton ........................ u46
St. Cuby'sWell,seeDuloe 10841 Neot ..................... 1209 lion........................ 1208 'fichbarrow Beacon, see

St. Day or St. Dye ...... xo81 St.Nun'sWell,see Pelynt 1222 South Bear, see Boyton 1047 Lesnewth ............... n66

St. Dennis .................. 1082 St. Paul ..................... I22I South Carne, see Alter- Tideford .................. 1283

St. Dominick ............ 1083 St. Petroc Minor ......... 1245 nun ..................... 1025 Tinny Hall, see Lewan-

St_ Endellion ............ 1086 St. Pinnock ............... 1247 South Hill ............... 1274 nick ..................... 11.67

St. Enoder .............. 1087 St. Piran Arwort.hal ... 1242 South Petherwin......... I246 Tintagel & Tintagel

St. Erme .................. 1089 St. Piran-in-the-Sands.. 1244 Southcott,seeJacobstow 1137 Castle...................·.. 1283

St. Erny, see Landrake II49 St. Piran's Well, see Sparnick, see Kea ...... n4x Titson, see Marham-

St. Erth..................... 1089 Perran-Zaboloe ...... 1244 Sparnon, see 8t. Buryan church .................. ugo

St. Ervan .................. Iogo St.Ruan'sWell,seeGrade III4 1053; & seeGod.olphin :U13 Tokenbury, see St. ·

St. Eval..................... Iogo St. Sampson's ............ :r267 Stamford Poug- Ive ........................ I132

St. Ewe..................... xog1 St. Sampson's Well, see hill 1250; see Bude 'folcarn, Madron ... n86

St. Felack .................. 1246 South Hill............... t274 1050; & see Stratton I278 Tolcarne, see Newlyn ... I2II



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Tolgullow, see Gwennap 1117 Tregarland, see Morval 12o6 Trelew, see Mylor ••• ;.• 1209 'rresithick, see lJevoran

Tolgus, seeRedroth•••••• 1258 Tregarne,see St.Keverne 1:1:44 Treliever, see Mabe....•• n8s 1082; & see St. Feock 1104

Tolmen Rock, see Con- Tregarthen,seeLudgvan n83 Treligga, see St. Teath 1282 Treskellard, see Illogan n29

stantine......... ••• •••... 1076 Tregarthen Hill, see 'frelights, see St. Endel- Treskinnick Cross, see
Zennor................... 1320 lion........................ 1087 Poundstock ........·.. ~.. 1251
Tol-pedn-penwith, see

St. Levan •••.•••••.•••.• n66 Tregassick, see Gerrans 111 I Trelill, see St. Kew .•• ••• 1144 Treslay, see Cardiuham 1o65

'folskethey, see Illogan II29 Tregasso, see St. An- Trelill, see Wendron ,.. 1317 Treslothan..•...••••••.••••• 1288

Tolskiddy,seeSt.Colomb· tbony-in-Meneage..... 1026 Trelion,seeSt.Stephen's- Tresmere,or Tresmeer.•• 1289

Major•••.•...•.~ ......••.• 1071 Tregaswith, see St. in-Brannell ............ 1275 Tresowas, see Germoe... liii

Tolvaddon, see Illogan II29 Columb Major•.••.••••• ·1071 Treloqoitback, ·see Wen- Tresparret, see St. Juliot u3&

'folvorne, see Kea...•••..• 1141 Tregatbenan,seeSithney 1273 dron ..................... 1317 Tresvenack, see St. Paul 1221

Tooth Rock, see St. 'fregatillion, see St. Trelow, see St. Issey ... II32 Treswithen, see Pen-

Mary's Island ......... 1269 Columb Major ......... 1071 Trelowarren, see Maw- ponds..................... 1::124

Torleven, see Porthleven 12-1-9 Tregatreatb,see Mylor.•• 1209 gan-in-Meneage ...... II93 Tretheage, see St. Sty-

Torpoint .................. 1285 Tregatta, see Tint.agel... 1284 Trelower, see St. Mewan 1199 tbians..................... 12Bo.

'fowan, see St. Merryn 1196 Tregavara, see Madron n86 Treloweth,see St.Mewan 1199 Tretbeake, see Veryan ... 1313

Towan Cross, see Mount Tregavaras, see Gorran II 14 Trelubbus, see vVendron 1317 Tretbevas, see Lande-

Hawke .................. 1207 Tregavetban............... 1286 Treluswell, see St. Glu- wednack ................. II4&

Towans--The, see Gun- Tregaye'l,seeSt.Winnow 1319 vias........................ 1112 Trethevye, see St. Cleer 1o6S

walloe .................. II17 Tregeare,seeEgloskerry Trelyon, see St. Ives ... 1135 Tretbewel, see St. Just-

Towednack ............... 1286 108i_; & see Laneast II50 Tremail, see Davidstow 1081 in-Roseland ............ II40

Town Higher, see Tregelles, see St. Kew... II45 Tremaine .................. 1288 Trethorne,see Lauceston ns6

Kenwyn.................. II42 Tregenna, see Alternun 1025 Tremar, see St. Cleer ... 1o68 Trethiggy,seeSt.Columb

Town-Lower,see Wen- Tregenna, see Blisland 1036 Tremar Coombe, see St. Minor .................. 1075

dron ..................... 1317 Tregenna, see Veryan ... 1313 Cleer ..................... 1c68 Trethurgy, see Charles-

Townshend, see Crowan 1078 Tregenna Hill, see St. Tremorle, see St. Juliot u38 town xo67 ; & see Tre-

Trannack, see Sithney... 1274 Ives....................... II35 Trematon, see St. Ste- verbyn .................. 1290

Treave, see St. Buryan 1053 Tregerrest,see Sancreed 1267 phen's·by-Saltash ... 1276 Tretoil, see Lanivet...... IISI

Trebant, sce Alternun... 1025 Tregerthen, see Zennor 1320 Trembath, see Madron xr86 Trevadlock, see Lewan-

Trebartha,seeNorth Hill 1216 Tregeseal, see St. Just- 'frembroath, see St. nick ..................... u67

Trebarwith,see Tintagel 1284 in-Penwith.............. II39 Stythians ............... 128o Trevalga.................... 1289

Trebehor, see St. Levan u67 Tregew, see Flushing ... nos Tremeer, see St. Clether xo7o Trevalgen, see St. Ives II33

Trebigh, see St. Ive...... II32 Tregidden,seeSt.Martin- Tremelling, see St. Erth 1090 Trevan, see St. Erth ... 1090

Trebollett, see Lezant ..• n68 in-Meneage ............. II9I Tremethick, see Madron n86 Trevance, see St. Issey II32

'frebudannon, see St. Treg-iswin, see Ruan- Tremoor, see Lanivet... IJSI Trevanger,seeSt.Minver 1204

Columb Major ......... 1071 Lanihorne............... 1263 Trenale, see Tintagel ... 1284 Trevanson, see St.

Trebullen, see Alternun 1025 Treglynes,see St. Minver 1204 Trenalls, see St. Hilary 1128 Breook .......-.......... 1048

Treburgett,see St.Teath 1282 Tregole, see Poundstock 1251 Trenance, see Mullion... 1208 Trevarnon Rounds, see

Treburley, see Lezant... u68 Tregonce,see St.Issey... II32 Trenance,see St.Columb Gwythian ............... III9

Trebursye, seeLaunces- Tregoning,seeGodolphin .III3 Minor 1075; & see Trevarrack, .see Gnlval III6

ton ........................ II56 'fregoning Hill, see Newquay................. 1212 Trevarren,seeSt.Columb

Trecarrel, see Lezant ... u68 Breage.................... 1047 Trenance, seeSt.Issey... 1132 Major..................... 1071

Trecollas, see Alternun 1025 Tregonissey, see St. Trenant, see St. Neot... 1209 Trevarrian,see ;.\Iawgan-

Trecorner, see Alternun 1025 Austell .....'............. 1031 Trenant Point, see Duloe 1084 in-PydaF ............... II94

Tre-crag-an, see Towed- Tregony 1286; & see Trenault, see Trewen ... 1291 Trevarrick, see Gorran III4

nack ..................... 1286 Cuby ..................... 1080 Trencreek, see Newquay 1212 Trevarrick, see St. Aus-

Trecraben, see Lelant... u65 Tregoon, see Alternun... 1025 Trencreek, see St. tell ........................ 1031

TrecrobenHill,seeLelant u65 Tregoss, see Roehe ...... 1261 Columb Minor ......... 1075 Trevarth, see Gwennap

Trecrogo, see South 1Tregreenwell, see Mich- Trencrick,see St.Gennys 1108 1u7; & see Lannarth II53

Petherwin............... 12461 aelstow................... 1202 Trendeal, see Ladock ... II47 Trevaunance, see St.

Tredavoe, see St. Paul. .. 1221 Tregrenna,see Alternun 1025 Trendrine Hill, see Agnes .................. 1023

Tredaule, see Alternnn 1025 Tregunna,see St.Breock 1048 Towednack ............ 1286 Trevaunance Quay, see

Tredethy, see St.Mabyn 1185 Tregunnan,see Alternun 1025 Trenear, see Wendron ... 1317 St. •Agnes .............. 1023-

Tredinnick, see Duloe... 1084 Tregurrian,seeMawgan- Treneglos .................. 1288 Treveage, see Alternun 1025

Tredinnick, see Lanhyd- in-Pydar ............... II94 Trenethick,see Wendron 1317 Treveague1see Alternun 1025

rock ..................... IISiiTregurrow, see Truro... 1292 Trenewan, see L11.nsallos II54 Treveal, see Cubert...... 1079

Tredinnick,see St. Issey u321 Tregnrtha, see St. Trengwainton Cairn, see · Trevean, see Morvah.... 1205

Tredinnick, see St. Neot 1209! Hilary .................. n28 Madron .................. II86 Trevean, see Perran-

Tredizzick,seeSt. Minver 1204 Tregurthen, see Ludg- · Trenhorne, see Lewan- Uthnoe .................. 1243

Tredmodrett, see Roche 1261 van........................ II82 nick ..................... u67 'frevean Cove, see Per-

Tree-Great, see St. Tregustick, see St. Col Trenilk, see Alternun... 1025 ran-Utbnoe ............. 1244

Martin-by-Looe ...... 1191 umb Minor ............. 1075 Trenoon Cross,see Maw- Trevedran,seeSt.Buryan 1053

Treen, see St. Levan ... u66 Trehan,see St.Stephens- gan-in-Pydar ...... ... II94 Treveighan,see Michael-

Treeve, seeSt.Sennen... 1272 by-Saltash .............. 1276 Trenowah, see Charles- stow ..................... 1201

Trefrew, see Lanteglos- 'frehannick,seeSt. Teath 1282 town ..................... 1o68 Trevella, see St.Feock... II04

by-Camelford ......... II55 Trehembnrn, see St. Trenowetb, see Mabe Trevelmond, see Lis-

Trefrows, see Week St. Merryn................... n97 n84 ~ &seeSt.Mary's 1271 keard ..................... 1171

Mary ..................... 1316 Trehill, see Calstock ... 1057 Trenowan, see Ludgvan u82 Trevemper Bridge, see

Tregada, see Lawhitton Trebudreth Down, see Trenwheal, see Breage 1047 Newquay ............... 1212

' u65; & see Lezant... u68 Blisland .................. 1036 Trequite, see St. Kew... II44 Trevemper Cross, see

Tregadgwith, see St. Trekeland, see Lezant... u68 Trerice, St. Dennis ...... 1082 Newquay ................ 1212

Buryan ......... ...... ... 1053 'frekelland, see Lewan- Trerithick, see Alternun 1025 Trevena, see Tintagel... 1283

Tregadillett, see Laun- nick....................... n67 Treruffe, see Redruth... 1254 Trevenning,seeMichael·

ceston..................... II58 Trekenna, see Lezant... II68 Treryn Dinas,seeZennor 1329 stow ..................... 1201

Tregaer Camp, seeBod- Trekennick,seeAlternuu 1025 'fresayes,see Roche ...... 1261 TrevensonM-,or, see 11-

min ....................... 1040 Trekenning, see St. Tresco,see Scilly Islands 1268 logan ..................... 1130

Tregajorran, see Illogan II29 Columb Major ......... 1071 Trescobeas, see Budock 1052 Treveor, see Gorran..... II14

Tregamere, see St. Co- Treknow, see Tintagel 1284 Trescoll, see Luxulyan u84 Treverbyn.................. 1290

lumb Major ............ 1073 Trelaske,see Lewannick u67 Trescow, -see Breage...... 1047 Treverbyn Vean, see St.

Tregaminion,seeMorvah 1205 Trelaske Wood, see Le- Trescowe, see Godolphin 1113 Neot ..................... 1210

Tregaminion, see Ty- wannick· ....... .... .... .. u67 Tresean, see Cubert ... 1079 Treverva, see Bndock... 1052

wardreath............... 1:311 Trelaver, see St. Dennis 1082 'freservern, see St. Sty- · Trevervas, see Breage... 1047

Treganatha,seeSt. Wenn 1318 Trelawne, see Pelynt ... 1222 thians..................... 128o Trevescan, see St.

Treganna, see Little Trelawny, see Alternun 1025 Tressider,see St.Buryan 1053 Sennen .................. 1272

Petherick................ 1246 TrP-leever Downs, see St. Tresillian,seeMerther... II97 Trevetban,see Gwennap 1II8

Tregantle Fort, see An- Keverne.................. II44 Tresillian, see Probus ... 1251 Trevetby Stone, see St.

tony...... ........ ...... ... 1027 Treleigh... ... ... ... ...... ... 1286 Tresillian, see St. Erme 1089 Clear ............. ........ 1068

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Trevia, see Lanteglos- Trewoofe, seeSt.Bucyan 1053 Venterdon, see Stoke West Point, see Fowey.• nos

by-Camelford •.. ..•••• II55 Trewoofe, see St. Eval••• 1090 Climsland ... .•• ••• .•• ..• 1277 West Polmear, see

Trevido, see Menheniot II96 Trewoofe, see St. Paul.•• 1221 Ventongimps, see Per- Charlestown.••..•.•...• I067

Treviglas,see St.Columb Trewoon, see Mullion... 1208 ran-Zabuloe ............ 12-45 West Taphouse, see

Minor ....••...•••.••..• 1075 Trewoon, see St. Ventouleague, see Hayle n2o Broadoak ............... 1049

Trevigro, see South Hill 1274 Mewan.................... II99 Vepe ........................ 1312 Wheal Butson, see St.

Trevillet, see Tintagel... 1284 Trewoon, see Treslothan 1289 Veryan ..................... 1313 Agnes .................. 1024

• Trevilley, see St.Sennen 1272 Treworga, see Ruan- Voga, see St. Eval ...... 1090 Wheal Gurry, see Cam-

Trevilson, see Newlyn... 1212 Lanihorne ............... 1263 Vogue, see St. Day ...... 1o8x borne..................... 1059

Treviskey,see Veryan... 1313 Treworgans,see Cubert 1079 Voguebilough,seelllogan II29 Wheal Rose, see Mount

Trevithal, see Paul ...... 1221 Treworl, see Lesnewth n66 Vorvas, see Lelant ...... II65 Hawke .................. 1207
Trevivian,see Davidstow 1081 Treworlas, see Phil~
Wadebridge ............... 1313 WhealVor,seeGodolphin 1113

Trevollard, see St. leigh ..................... 1247 Wadfast, see Whitstone 1318 White Cross, see Cury.. 108-o

· Stephen-by-Saltash... 1276 Treworthal, see Phil- Wainhouse Corner, see White Cross, see Ludg-

Trevolvas, see St. Co- leigh ..................... 1247 Jacobstow ............... II37 van ..................... n82

lumb Major ............ 1074 Trezelah, see Gulval ... 1n6 Wall, see Gwinear ...... 1118 White Cross, see St.

Trevone, see Padstow... 1218 Trezibbet, see Alternun 1025 Warbstow.................. 1315 Breock .................. 104&

Trevorgans, see St. Trippet Stones, see Blis-. Warbstow Barrow, see White Cross, see Wade-

Buryan .................. 1053 land ..................... 1036 Warbstow............... 1315 bridge .................. 1314

Trevose Head, see St. Trispin, see St. Erme... 1089 Warleggan ............... 1315 Whitemoor,seeSt.Dennis 1082

Merryn .................. II97 Trolvis, see St. Sty- Warren (The), see St. White Rock, see Wade-

Tre·rowan, see l\forvah 1205 thians..................... 1280 Merryn .................. II97 bridge .................. 1314

Trew, see Breage......... 1047 Troon, see Treslo\h.an... 1288 Warthyvale, see Minster 1203 Whitstone.................. 131&

Trewalder,seeLanteglos- Troove, see St.Eval...... 1090 Washaway, see Eglo- Widegate, Morval... 1206

by-Camelford ......... II55 Troove, see St. Paul. ..... 1221 shayle .................. 1085 Wilcove, see Antony ..• 1027

Trewarlet, see Lezant... n68 Trungle, see St. Paul ... 1221 Water Pit Down, see Winington, see Gun-

Trewarmet,see Tintagel 1284 Truro...... ...... ............ 1291 Minster .................. 1203 walloe ...... ... ...... .. I n6

Trewartha, see Veryan 1313 Truro Vean, see Truro 1294 Waterlake, see St. Win- Winnow ·.................. il318

Trewassa,see Davidstow 1081 Truscott- Higher & now ..................... 1319 Wishing Well (The)1 •
Trewavas, see Wendron 1317 Lower, see St. Ste-
Waterloo, see Blisland I036 see Laneast ............ nso

Trewavas Head, see phen's-by-Launceston n62 Wearde, see St. Ste- Withial - North, see

Breage .................. 1047 Trusell, see Tremaine 1288 phen's-by-Saltash .. . 1276 Scilly Islands ... ...... 1268

Treween, see Alternun 1025 Trussal, see Wendron... 1317 Week Orchard,see Week Withiel ..................... 1319

Trewellard, see Pendeen 1223 Truthall, see Ludgvan n83 St. Mary ............... 1316 Woodford, see Morwen-

Trewen ..................... 1291 Trythall,see Gulval ... II16 Week St. Mary............ 1316 stow ............ on ...... 1206

Trewennack,seeWendrn 1317 Tuckingmill ............... 130g Well Town, see Cardin- Woodlands1 see St. ·

Trewethern, see St. Kew II45 Tudy ........................ 1310 ham ..................... 1065 Clement's ............... 1069

Trewey, see Zennor...... 1320 Tuscoyse, see St. Ewe 1091 Wendron .................. 1316 Woolley,seeMorwenstow·12o6

'frewidland,see Liskeard 1171 Tutwill,see StokeClims- Wenn........................ 1317 Woon, flee Roche ......... 1262

Trewince, see Gerrans... III1 land ..................... 1277 Wenna Well, see St. Work-Great, see St.

'frewinnard, see St. TwoBurrowHill,see St. Wenn..................... 1318 Germoe.................. 1II1

Erth....................... 1089 Allen ..................... 1025 West Antony ............ 1027 Wringworthy,seeMorval 12o6

Trewinnick, see St. . Tywardraeth ............ 1311 West Carne, see Alter- Yedbury, see Bude ...... 105et

Ervan...~ ................. 1ogo Uny Lelant ............... II65 nun ..................... 1025 Yewberry, see Bodmin.. 1042

Trewiut, see Alternun Uphill, see Linkinhorne u6g West Cory, seeBoyton.• 1047 Youlton, see Warbstow (FS

1025; &seeMenheniot II96 1Upton, see Linkinhorne u6g West End, see Redruth 1255 Zelah, see St. Alien ... I025
Trewint, see Landrake II49 Vaultershome,seeMaker n88 West Looe ............... n78 Zennor ..................... 1320

Trewirgie, see Redruth 1256 Veep ........................' 1312 West Pentire, see Cran- ZennorCirele,seeZennor 1320

Trewithian, see Gerrans IIII Vellansager, see St. tock ....................... 1077 ZozePoint,seeSt.Mawes II92

Trewoodla,seeSouthHill 1274 Buryan ......... ...... ... 1053

I

LIST OF THE '

'

With reference to the Places under which they will be found in this Volume•

• PAGR

PAGB

Acton castle, Mrs. Lanyon, see Perran- Uthnoe. ... .•..•• 1243 Killiganoon, John Messer Bennetts esq. see Devoran... 1083 •

Antony house, Col. Reginald Pole-Carew c.B.see Antony 1027 Killiow, Jn1 Claude Daubuz esq. B. A., D. L., J.P. see Kea 1141
Antron hill, John Knill Kinsman esq.•T.P. see Mabe ... n84 Kilmarth, Evelyn William Rashleigh esq. J.P. see

Boconnoc, John Bevill Fortescue esq. J.P. see Boconnoc 1037 Tywardreath ... .. .... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 13 I 1

.Bochym, Joshua Sydney Davey esq. J.P. see Cury...... 1080 Lamellen house, Mrs. Magor, see St. Tudy ......... ... 1310

Bodrean, Wadham Knatchbull esq. see St. Clement's... 1069 Lanarth, Percival Dacre Williams esq. see St. Keverne I 143

Bosahan, Arthur Pendarves Vivian esq. D.L., J.P. see Landue,Jn.Simmons Tregoning esq. J.P. see Lezant... n68

St. Anthony-in-Meneage ................................... 1026 Lanhydrock house, Lord Robartes D.L., J.P. see

Boskenna, Captain Camborne Haweis Paynter., see St. Lanbydrock ................................................... 1151

Buryan ~·· ...... ............ ...... ............... ... ............ 1053 Lanilly, Thomas Henry Vyvyan esq. .J.P. see St.

Boslowick, Harry Tilly esq. see Budock .................. 1052 <Jlellleiit's ................•..................................... xCXSg

Eosvathick, Thomas Moor Alphonse Horsford esq. J.P. Lanwithan, Richard Foster esq. M.A., D.L., J.P. see St.

see Constantine .. . . ... ............................. ... .•• ... 1076 Winnow ......................................................... 1319

Bosvigo, James Philip Paull esq. see Kenwyn............ n42 Laregan, Com.Edwd.Alverne Bolitho R.N.see Penzance 1233
Roundervean, Waltel' Pike esq. J.P. see Camborne ... 1o6o Lewarne house, Lieut.-Col. Shadwell Morley Grylls

.Brake (The), Waiter Hicks esq. see St. Austell ......... 1029 D.L., J.P., see St. Neot ............ ........................... 1209

.Broomhill lVIanor House, George Brendon esq. see Lis Escop, Rt. Rev. John Gott D.D. Lord Bishop of

Poughill ... ...... ... ... ...... ................. ............... ... 1250 Truro, see Kenw~·n ~ .. ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... I 142

Bude castle, Charles Morgan Cowie esq. see Bude...... 1050 Luxstowe, George Poole Norris Glencross esq.M.A.,J.P.

Budockvean, Lieut.-Col. William Rous Tresilian Pen- see Liskeard ...............................................,... II73

der J. P. see Constantine . .. ... .. .... ... ... ... ... ......... ... 1076 Luxstowe, Rev.James Glencross M.A.., J.P. see Liskeard II73

Caerhayes castle, John ·Charles Williams esq. M.P. see Marlborough. Capt. Geo. Parker Bull, see Falmouth. 1093

St. Micbael Caerhayes ..................................., ..• 1199 Mellingey, John Jose esq. J.P. see Perran-Arworthal... 1243

Carclew house, Col. Arthur Tremayne D.L., J.P. see Menabilly, Jonathan Rashleigh esq. M.A., D.L., .T.P. see

Mylor ... ...... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1208 Tywardreath .............................•....................• 1311

.Carnanton, Edward William Brydges Willyams esq. Menehay, William Albert Fawcus esq. see Budock...... 1052

D.L., J.P. see :Mawgan-in-Pydar ........................ 1194 Moditonham, Matthew Loam esq. see Botus Fleming... 1046

Carne, Charles Campbell Ross esq. J.P. see lVIadron... n87 Moor Cottage, Edward Coode esq. D.L., J.P. see St.

Carnethick, William John Graham esq. see Fowey ... noo Austell....................................... .................,... 1029

Castle, William Pease esq. see Lanlivery.................. n52 Mount Edgcumbe, Rt. Hon. Earl of Mount Edgcumbe ·

Castle Horneck, Misses Horlase, see Madron ............ n86 P.C., D.C.L. (Lord Lieut.), see Maker .................. u87

Chyverton, Mr~C~. Peter, see Perran-Zabuloe ...... ...... 1244 Nancealverne, Mrs. A.rmstrong, see Madron ............ n86

Clowance, Rev. St. Aubyn Hender Molesworth-St. Nansloe, Henry Rogers esq. see Helston .................. II24
• Newton Ferrers, Digby Collins esq. D.L., J.P. see St. ,
Aubyn M.A., J.P. see Crowan .............................. 1078

Colquite, Cyril Onslow Peter-Hoblyn esq. see St. • Mellion .......................................................... 1196

Mabyn ......................................................... 1185 North hill, Mrs. Veale, see St. Austell ..................... 1029

Coombe (The), Le,vis Charles Foster esq. J.P. see Lis- . Norway house, Lieut.-Col. Colman Battie Rashleigh

keard . .. .... .. ... ..... . . .. ... ... .. . ... ... .. . ... ... .. . .. . ... ... ... I 173 R.A., D.L., J.P. see Lostwithiel ........................... 1181
Ogbeare ball, Sir Joseph Trutch K.C.M.G., F.R.G.s., c.E.
Cotehele house, Lady Ernestine Emma Horatio

Edgcumbe, see Calstock ..................................•• 1056 see North Tamerton ......................•.................•• 1281

Crag (The), Misses Sterling, see Budock .................. 1052 Pare Bracket, William Rabling esq. J.P. see Camborne I06o

Doublebois house, Rev. George Edward Hermon M.A.. Park Henver, Jn. Farran Penrose esq.J.P. see Redruth 1257

see Doublebois ... ... . .. ... ...... ... ... .... .. ...... ... ...... ... I 171 Penair, Addis Edward Archer esq. see St. Clement's... 1009

Duporth, Henry Hodge esq. R.N. see St. Austell ...... 1029 Penally house, Col.WiJliamSloggatt Hawker D.L., .T.P.·

:Efford Down, Arthur Mills esq. D.L., .T.P. see Bude ••• 1050 see Boscastle ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....... .. ... ..• 1046

,Enys,Francis Gilbert Enys esq. D. L.,J.P.see St. Gluvias II 12 Penalverne, Thomas Robins Bolitho esq. B.A., D.L.,

Ethy, Francis Buller Howell esq. .T.P. see St. Winnow... 1319 J. P. see Penzance ...... .•. ...... ... ..........................• 1233

Fir Hill (The),· William Paget Hoblyn esq. M A., .J.P. Pencalenick, Michael Henry Williams esq. D.r.. , J.P.

see Colan ... ... ............ ............... ..................... 1070 see St. Clement's ...... .. ... ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ro6g

Garlenick house, Mrs Pilkington Jackson, see Creed 1077 Pencarrow, Mrs. Richard I<'ord, see Egloshayle ......... 108.5

Glenfeadon, David Wise Bain esq. .J.P. see Portreath... 1131 Pendarves, William Cole Pendarves esq. B.A., D.L.,

Glynn, Lieut.-Col. Edward ~t. Aubyn D.L., J.P. see J. P. see Treslothan ..................... ... .................. 1288

CaMinbam... ... ...... ......••.... ...... ............ ............ 1o65 Penheale Manor, SI. Palmer Simcoe esq.see Egloskerry 1086

Gonvena, William Roberts Crawford Potter esq. D.L., Penhellis, Frederick Vivian Hill esq. see Helston ...... 1124

3.P. see Wadebridge .......................................... 1314 Penjerrick, Miss !<'ox, see Budock ........................... 1052

Great Wood, Alexander Gordon esq. see Mylor......... 1209 Penmount, Edward Shipphard,Carus-Wilson esq. M.A.,

urove hill, Robert Fox esq. see Falmouth ............... 1093 J.P. see St. Clement's ..........•...........................• 1069

Harlyn house, Thomas Hellyar esq. see St. Merryn ... II97 Penquite, David Howell esq. J.P. see St. Sampson's ••• 1267

Hatt, Col. Wllliam Penn Symons, see Botus Fleming 1046 Penrice, Sir Charles Brune Graves-Sawle hart. B.A.,

Heligan, John Tremayne esq. B.A., D.L., J.P. see St. • D.L., J.P. see St. Austell ...................................• 1029

Ewe ... ...... .. . ... ... ... .......................................... 1091 Pentillie castle, William Coryton esq. J.P. see Pillaton 1247

Hengar, Sir William Wallace Rhoderic Onslow bart. Place, Charles Ebenezer Treffry esq. J.P. see Jt'owey ••• no6
n.L., J.P. see St. Tudy....................................... 1310 Point Neptune, Mrs. Stopford·Sackville, see Fowey ... noo
Kerrisvean, SirJoseph Whitwell Pease bart. M.P., D.L., Polcarne, Mrl!. John Coode, see St. Austell............... 1029

3.P. Falmouth ......................................•... 1093 Polkyth, Edmund Carlyon esq. see St. Austell ......... 1029

Killagordan, Mrs. Tomn, see St. Clement's ............ 1009 Poltair, Lieut.-Col. Otho Glyn Bolitho, see Madron ••• u86

LIST OF THE P.RINCIPAL SEATS IY .CORNWALL. XXI•X

PAGB PAGB

Polwhele, Thomas Roxburgh Polwhele esq. M.A., D.L., Treliske, Geo. Jahn Smith esq. D.L., J. P. see Kenwyn 1142

J.P. see St. CJement's ..••••.....•...•••...••..••.••.•••••••• TreHssick, Carew Davies Gilbert esq. D.L., J.P. see

Ponddhu, Mrs. 'f. Coode, see St. Austell .................. St. Feock ... ..• . .. ... ....•• ..• ••• ...... .• . .....• •.• .....•...••• 1104

Ponsandane, Williatn Bolitho, jun. esq. n.L., J.P. see Trelowarren, The Rev. Sir Vyell Donnithorne Vyvyan

Penzance... ... .•••••••• ....... .•• ••• .••..•.•. ..• ... .••.•. ..••••••• 1233 hart. J.P. see Mawgan-in-Meneage........................ II93

Port Eliot, Earl of St. Germans D.L., J.P. see St. 'frematon Castle, Major-General Matthew Lannowe,

Germans.......................................................... II09 see St. Stephen's-by-Saltash .............................. 1276

Porthgwidden, Mrs. John Bolitho, see St. Feock......... II04 Trematon hall, John Edwards esq. see St. Stephen's-

Porthprean, William Drew esq.see Lanteglos-by-Fowey II55 by-Saltash ......... ~········ .......•.......................•...• 1276

Porthpean house, Mrs. Petherick, see St. Austell ...... 1029 Tremorvah, Lady Smith, see Truro ... .. . ... ... ..• .... ... .. 1290

Prideaux, Francis Barrett esq. see Luxulyan ............ 1184 Tremough, Mrs. Shilson, see Mabe .............4.......... n84
. Prideaux place, Charles Glynn Prideaux-Brune esq.
Trenarren, Lieut.-Col. Arthur Staniforth Hext J.P. see

n.L., J.P. see Padstow ...........•.••.....••..•..••••....••..• St. Austell ... ... ... ... ... ...... . .•... ... .• . .•...•... .••..••.. . .• 1029

Roscarrick, Col.Marshall Valentine Bull J. P. see Budock Trengwainton, Misses Bolitho, see Madron ............... II86

Rose bank, Edward Atkinson esq. see Lanteglos-by- Trenython, The Right Rev. John Gott n.n. [Bishop of
Fowey ..•.....•....•.... ....•. ....••. •.....•..............•..•... I I 55 'TruroJ, see 'fywardreath... ... ... ... .•• .. . ..•... ...... . .. ... r 3I r
Rosecraddoc house, Misses Norris, see St. Cleer... ...... 1068 Trereiffe, Mrs. Downing, see Madron ..................... n86

Rosewarne, William Henry Harris Hartley esq. see Tresco abbey, Thomas .A.lgernon Smith-Dorrien-Smith

Camborne .••.••••••••.•...•.••••••••••••••..•..••••••••.••••.•• 1059 esq. n.L., J.P. see Tresco, Isles of Scilly ............... 1270

St. Benet's Abbey, Capt. Charles Eldon Serjeant, see Tresillian house, Richard Gully Bennet esq. B.A., n.L.,

Lanivet ..........................•....•.............•.•.••..•..• J.P. see Newlyn ..................................•............• 1212

St. Michael's Castle, Lord St. Levan B.A., D.L., J.P. Trevarna, William Coode esq. M.A. see St. Austell...... ro29

see St. Michael's Mount ........•....•.....••..•.••........• 1200 'frevarno, Wm. Bickford-Smith esq. J.P. see Sithney... 1273

St. Petrocks, Harry James Young-Jamieson esq. J.P. 'fr~varrick, Robt. Gould Lakes esq. J.P. see St. Austell ro29

• see Bodmin....................................................... 1043 'frevarthian, Arthur Coode esq. J.P. s~e St. Austell ... 1029
Scorrier house, John Williams esq. see Scorrier......... 1II7 'frevaylor, Sir George Cumming Fitz-Gerald hart. see

Springfield, George Henderson esq. J.P. see Bodmin... 1042 Gulval ............................................................. 11r6

Stoketon, Lord Kingsalen.L.,J.P. see St. Stephen's-by- Trevena house, Lieut.-Col. Sir Arthur Divett Hayter

. Saltash.............................•.............................. 1276 hart. M.A., D.L., J.P. see 'frevena ........................ 1284

Stourscombe, Col. Chas. Rawsou Oxley, see Lawhitton n65 'frevennen, Stephen Henry Dickerson esq. see Gorran 1113

Tehidy, Arthur Francis Basset esq. see Illogan ......... 1129 'frevenson, William 'feague esq. see Pool.................. n3o

Torfrey, William Gundry esq. see St. Sampson's ...... 1267 Treverbyn Vean, Mrs. Cocks, see St. Neat ............... 1210

Tower (The), The Dowager Lady Molesworth, see 'freveren house, Rev. John 'Tonkiu B.A., J:P. see St.

Newquay..............•.....•...................•................ 1213 Bnryan ..........................•..........................•...

Trebartha hall, Francis Rashleigh Rodd esq. J.P. see Trevethoe, Lord St. Levan B.A., D.L., J.P. see Lelant

North Hill ........................................................ 1216 'freviles, Rev. Lewis Morgan Peter M.A., J. P. see Ruan

'frehnrsye, Miss A. M. Gurney, see South Petherwin... 1246 Lanihorne ........................................................

Tredethy, Fras. Jn. Hext esq. B.A., J.P. see St. Mabyn· 1185 Trevince, Edmund Beauchamp-Heauchamp esq. D.L.,

'Tregaddick, Sir Warwick Charles Morshead hart. see J.P. see Gwennap ...........•................................. 1117

Blisland .••....••........•.....•.......•.......•••........•.••... 1036 Trevissome, Thomas Page esq. see Mylor.................. 1208

Tregavethan house, Harry Houlton Vivian esq. J.P. see Trewan, Rev. Sir Vyell Donnithorne Vyvyan hart. J.P.

Tregavethan ..........•...........•...............•..•..•.....• 1286 see St. Col umb 1\lajor .............••......................•. ICYJI

'fregeare, Edward Galton Baron Lethbridge esq. see Trewardale, Mrs. Edward-Collins, see Bisland............ 1036

Laneast ............................................................ IISO Trewhiddle, Daniel Henry Shilson esq. see St. Austell :0029

Tregenna house, John Rd. Collins esq. see Michaelstow 1201 'Trewidden, Thomas Bedford Bolitho esq. M.P., D.L. ,J.P.

Tregothnan, Viscount Falmouth D.L., J.P. see St. see Madron......................................................... n86

Micbael Penkivel ................................................ 1201 Trewin, John Littleton esq. see Sheviock.................. 1273

Tregrehan George Richard Gwavas Carlyon esq. B.A., Trewince, John Thomas-esq. see Gerrans.................. I1II

D.L., J.P. see St. Blazey .............•........••........•... 1035 Treworgey house, William Nicholas Connock Marshall

'fregullow, Charles Augustus Vansittart Conybeare esq. J.P. see Doublebois ....••.............................• 117I

esq. M.P., B.A. see Scorrier ...•............•................ u18 'frewornan, .Robert Darell Smytbe Stephens F.L.s.,

Trehane, Capt. William Stackhouse Church Pinwill, see F.G.s., F.z.s. see St. Minver...........................•....• 1204

J>rol>us•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•.•••••••••.•• 1252 Truthan, James Hendy esq. J.P. see St. Erme ......... 108~

· Trelana, Col. William Henry Field esq. J.P. see Poughill 1250 Tullimaar, Fras.Hearle Cock esq.see Perran-Arworthal 1243

Trelaske, Charles Gordon Archer esq. J.P. see Whitstone bead,Edwd.Mucklow esq. J.P. see Whitstone 1318

Lewannick ...........•.•.........•.•••••••••••••••••.•.•••..•.•• u67. Wolsdon, Waiter Deeble Boger esq. 1\I.A., D.L., J.P. see

Trelawne, Sir William Lewis Salusbury-Trelawny Antony .......................................................... 1027

bart. D.L., J.P. see Pelynt..•.•. ······~••n••••••············· 1222

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THE NUMBERS REFERRED TO ARE THB ADVERTISEMENT PAGES AT THB END OF THE BOOK.

PAGB PAGE

BANKING. Artists' colormen,:~-

COR~ISH BANK .................................... I T. SOLOMON & CO ..... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 45

ASSURANCE. Auctioneers :~-

BRITISH EMPIRE MUTUAL LIFE......... 2 W. BAILEY ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 48

COUNTY FIRE ....................................... 2 H. J.. BENNETT ..................................... 4.8

EAGLE................................................... 3 CREWS & SON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 50
ENGINE, BOILER & EMPLOYERS' LIA-
S. R. FORCE & SON.................................. . 39

BILITY ............................................. 3 H. S. HANCOC K ....................................· . 53

GENERAL LIFE .................................... 4 · T. MARTIN............................................. 31

GENERAL REVERSIONARY & INVEST- T. R. MILLS ...................................... 1 •••• 72

MENT CO ........................................... 4 B. RICHARDS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ,.73
HAND-IN-HAND .......................................
5 R. RODDA ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 69
IMPERIAL ................................................
LONDON ASSURANCE ........................... 6 H. THOMAS ........................................... 1 .46
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE .........
6 L. W. TUCKER ........................................· '' 75
NORTHERN ............................................ 7 WARREN BROTHERS ........................... ·. '34

NORWICH UNION FIRE ........................ 5 Axle manufacturers:-

PH(ENIX FIRE ... .................................... 7 C. CAM1\1ELL & CO. LIMITED ... .•. .•• ... .•• .77

PROVIDENT LIFE .....•...... --·· ...........•...... 8 Bag manufacturer ::- •

8 J. W. ALLEN .......................................... 16

ROYAL EXCHANGE .............................. 9 Bakers::-

SUN FIRE ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... 10 W. GEORGE ... ..................................... ~ 53

UNION.................................................... 9 F. OWEN ... ... ..... .... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 57
WESLEYAN & GENERAL .................. ... 12
C. E. TREGONING ... ... ... ..• ................... 46

WEST OF ENGLAND l!'IRE & LIFE ...... 11 A. E. WEBBER ... ....,............................... -, 63

WESTMINSTER FIRE ........................... 12 Berlin wool warehouse:-

MISCELLANEOUS, MRS. R. GILES... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... 40

Account book manufacturers:- Boarding establishments :- 71

CAMBORNE PRINTING & STATIONERY EDLINGTON BOARDING ESTABLISH- 52
• 4I
CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... MENT ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
66 28
• W. V. COLE ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... W. R. FOSTER ... ... ... ..•. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ...
65 35
Accountants :- MRS. MANN ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... .... ...
67
T. M.ARTIN ......................................•...... 31 Boiler makers:-
N. HOLMAN & SONS ... .•• ...... ...... ..• .•• ... ... 66
B. RICHA.RDS ....................................... 73
Bone crushers :- 62
C. B. C. THOMAS ... ................................. 63
Aerated water manufacturers ::- WESTERN COUNTIES & GENERAL

W. & E. C. CARNE ................................. 25 MANURE CO.......................................
Agricultural implement manufacturer::-
Bookbinders ::-
G. COATES... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Ale & porter merchants ::- 49 J. KN OTT & SON....................................
Booksellers:-
W. & E. C. CARNE ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...
Architectural sculptor:- 25 CAMBORNE PRINTING & STATIONERY

.E". W. GULLET"r ... ... ... ... ... ...... ...... ... ...... CO. LIMI1,ED ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....

Art furniture manufacturers:- 71 F. TREGASKIS ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...


Boot & shoe manufacturers ::-

T. OLIVER & SONS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 56 W. DELAFEILD & SON ...................:.... ..• 70

Artificia.l manure manufacturers:- Bottle & jar manufactUl·ers ::-

PERRY, SPEAR & CO. LIMITED............ 57 PRICE, SONS & CO ............... ,................. i4

WEST OF ENGLAND BONE & MANURE • Brassfounders :-

CO .....;................................................ 48 GUEST &.CHRIMES .............................. 76



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Brewers:- China clay & china stone merchants:-

P. 0. HINGSTON .............................·..... ··" 54 WEST OF ENGLAND CHINA STONE &

H. & G. SIMONDS LIMITED..................... 75 CLAY CO .................: ...... ........ ............ 35

Brick & tile manufacturers:- China & glass warehouse : -

CANDY & CO. LDliTED .......,...••••..• ,...., · 17 J. DONOVAN.......................................... 70


COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............ 79 Coach proprietors : -

.Builders :- - CHAMPION ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... 38

L. BEARNE .........................., ... ... ... ... ... 65 W. MARTIN ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ..... ... ... ..... ... 72
T. WARREN ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... 47
H. CARNE .................. ··~ ......... .:. ... ... ... ... 38

C. H. COLES ... ... ... ... ... ..... .. . .... ... ... ... ... ... 66 Coal merchants : - •



FARR BROTHERS ... ..• ...... ... .•• ... ..• ... .•. ... 71 F. BRAY . . ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37

S. R. FORCE & SON................................. 39 EDEN BROTHERS .. .............................. 51

• W. G. HARRIS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 71 P. KNIGHT & SON................................. 72

A. E. SKINNER....................................... 6o :MARTIN. MATTHEWS & CO. Lil\IITED.. 56

Builders' ironmonger :- PERRY, SPEAR & CO. LIMITED ••• ......... 57

E. I. ~IUNK .....~ ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 43 R. TRUSCOTT ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ... ... ... 63

.Building material dealers:- WATTS, BEARNE & CO........................... 74

JEFFERD & SON .•• ... ... ...... ... ..• ..•... ... ..•... 54 Commission agents:-

Building society: · •

W. & E. C. CARNE ... ...... ... ...... ...... ......... 25

DEVONPORT PERMANENT' BENEFIT T. R. MILLS .......................................... • 72
BUILDING SOCIETY...........................
70 B. RICHARDS ....................................... 73
Bulb grower :-
W. P. MU~IFORD... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... H. THOMAS ........................................... 46


73 Confectioners : -

Bulb merchant:- W. F. CLARKE & CO ...... ... ... ... ...... ...... ... 38
E. W. SERPB~LL .... ... ... .... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ...
32 W. GEORGE ..................................... ·····~ 53
Butchers:- ••
DUNNING & SONS ............ ... ............... .•• F. OWEN............................................... 57

ROWE & SONS ............... ~....................... 51 G. SOUTHCOMBE ... ................................... 75
E. J. SHAPIJ..,~\.ND ... ... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ..•
73 C. E. TREGONING ................................ . 46
Cabinet makers:- 63
75 A. E. WEBBER ........................... :..... ......

Cooking & heating apparatus manufacturers :-

CRIDDLE & SMITH................................. z6 COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED .. ••• ... 79

MRS. R. GILES... ... ... ... ... . .. . ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 Corn merchants:-

G. LUXTON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... 72 F. BRAY ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... .... ... ... ... 37

SPOONER & CO........................................ 33 MARTIN, MATTHEWS & CO. LIMITED... 56

WARREN BROTHERS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 34 PERRY, SPEAR & CO. LIMITED ... ..•..• .•• 57

Carpet warehousemen :- R. TRUSCOTT ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 63

CRIDDLE & SMITH................................. 26 Cyder growers & merchants:-

F. C. HOM..:\.N... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• 29 HENLEY & SON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 18

• SPOONER & CO :.. ... .•. ... ..• ... ... ...... ......... 33 Dairy produce merchant : -

Carriage builders:- J. G. J. STEVENS .............., ... ...... ......... ... 61

J. BUTTRESS............................................. 49 Dining rooms:- •

W. LANYO~ .......................................... 67 C. E. TREGONING .......................~ ... ... ... 46



J. WILLIAMS... ..................................,. ...... 64 Drain pipe manufacturers:-

Carriers :- CANDY & CO. LIMITED ...................... , 17

S. COPP & SON..................... ::................ 70 Draper:-

W. MARTIN ... ... .... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 72 F. C. HOMAN.............................. ... ..... .... ... 29

T. WARREN ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... .•. ... ... ... ... 47 Dressing case manufacturer:-

Carvers & gilders: J. W. ALL EN.......................................... 16

T. SOLOMON & CO ................................. 45 Dynamo machine manufacturers : -

Cement manufacturers:- • INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA &

JEFFERD & SON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 54 TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. Lil\IITED .•• 14

Charcoal merchants :- Ebonite manufacturers :-

• WEST OF ENGLAND IRON, TIMBER & INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA &

CHARCOAL CO. LIMITED .•• ..• .•• ... ••• ... 64 TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED ••• 14

C• hemist:- Ecclesiastical furnishers :-

W. WRIGHT ... ... ... ...... ... ... ...... ...... ... ... ... 65 R. COIJENSO & SON ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ...... 65

Chimney pot manufacturers :- CRIDDLE & SMITH................................. 2

CANDY & CO. LIMITED ... ...... ...... ......... 17 Electric light apnaratus manufacturers : -

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............ 79 INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA &

China clay & china stone merchants:- TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIM!TE ••• 79

J. LOV.ERING & CO .............................. 30 Electrical engineer : -

MARTIN BROTHERS LIMITED............... 42 J.. BLlGHT, JUN ..................... ······~·· .....
METHROSE CHINA CLAY CO ...............
J". NICI{OLI.S & CO ... ........................ ·- ... 72 Engineers;-

7l COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............



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Engineers:-- PAGB

Hotels:-

G. COATES.... ..•..• ... ... ... ... ... . .. ..• ... ... ..•... ••• 49 C. BREWER ..• ... ..•••• ..• .. •.•• .•• •.• ..• ... .•. ... ..• 49
N. HOLMAN & SONS .•. .••... .....• ••• ..• ...... ... 28
L. A. COOK............................................. 49

TARD REW & SONS ... ... ..• ... .•• ... . . . ..• ..• ... ..• 61 T. COOK ... ... ... ..• ... ... .•. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... 70

Fancy repository :- . J. E. FAIRWEATHER.............................. 27

MRS. R. GIL~S .....................·...... ..• ... ... ... 40 J. FRY............ ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... 53

Farriers:- J. HELLIER ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 28

C. P. DAV EY .• ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... •.• ..• 70 MRS. HOLG..t\..TE •••.•• :.. ... ..• ••• ..• ... ••• ... ..• ..• 54

E. DUNSTAN ... ... ... ... .•. ... ... ... .••...... ..• ...... 71 ILFRACOMBE HOTEL ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 29

S. HILL ... ... ... ... ... ..• ..• ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... 53 T. KENNARD... ....••...........•...... ............... 71

File manufacturers :- J. P. MILLEN ... ..• ... ... ... ... ....... ... ... .... ... ... ... 68

C. CA~L\IELL & CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... ... 77 M. MITCHELL ... ..• ..• ... ... .•• ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... 19

Filter manufacturers :- E. MOYLE ... ... ....•..••... .....•..•... ..•............ 43

PRICE, SONS & CO................... ·-............ 74 S. PEARSE ..........................~... ............ ... 20

Fire brick manufacturerR :- MRS. E. PERMEWAN ••• ........ .• ... ... .•• ... ... 21

CANDY & CO. LIMITED ........................ 17 S. POLLARD............................ ... ..• ... ... ... 58

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... 79 J. POWLESLAND ....... ..• .... ... .•• ... ... ... ..• ..• 73

MARTIN BROS. LIMITED........................ 42 RED LION HOTEL................................. 59

Fishing net manufacturers :-- ROYAL HOTEL FALMOUTH LIMITED... 32

• ENGLAND & SON ...... ... ..• ...... ... ...... ... ... 67 A. C. SANDOE ........•...•.....•.••..•...·............ 44
Fishing rod & tackle maker :-
H. W. THOMAS.....•.....•.••..•........•••.•....... 1 75

E. F. PRICKMAN .................................. ,.. T. H. TOM.-. \.N ... .... ... ..• ..• ... ...• ..• ... .... .•• ... ... 75

Florists:- WEBB~S HOTEL ... ... ... ... .....•. ..• ... ... ... ..• .... 47

SMYTH & SON ... ... ........ .... ... ..•... ... .... ... ... 6o t MRS. WINSOR ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 65

Fruit merchant: • Hotel-Private:-

R. C. LOVELL ... ...... ... ... ...... ...... ...... ...... 68 MRS. BROKENSHAW... ......... ... ... ...... ... ... 65

}~urniture dealer: Hotel Temperance :-

L. W. TUCKER....................................... 75 lviRS. PAUL .........................'".................. 44

Garden seat manufacturers: House & estate agents:-

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED ...... ...... 79 H. J. BENNETT ... .... ...... .... ......... ... ... ...... 48
Gas:fitter : -
CREWS & SON..............•...................., ... 50

W. J. T. MARDON ....••..•...•••...........•.....• 55: WARR•EN BROS ....••........•.••..•............... 34
S. R. FORCE & SON .....•.••....................• 39
Granite merchants :-

- J. FREEMAN, SONS & CO. LIMITED ...... 27 H. S. HANCOCK... ... . . .. ... ..• ...... ..... ..•. ...... 53
I G. LUXTON .... ~. ...• .........• ........•...••...•.••
Grocer:- 72
W. RICHARDS ........................................... 31 I T. MARTIN............................................. 31

Grocer & tea dealer:- I 69
R. RODDA. ................................................ . 46
W. PEARCE ...........................................
H. THOMAS............................................
Gun manufacturer:- •

Hydraulic ram manufactu1'er :-

- HEATHMAN..................................••... 67 J. BL.-. \.KE... ... ... ... ... ..... ... ..... .... ... ... ... ... ... 8o:

Gutta percha manufacturers :- Hydropathic establishment :~
INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCRA, &
I

i C. F. CARPENTER................................. 66

TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED ... 14 India rubber manufacturers:-

Ham & bacon factor :- INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA &

W. H. SAMPSON .......••..•.••..................... 731 -TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIM............ 14

Hammock manufactnrers :- , Insurance agent:-

ENGLAND & SON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .•. . . . . . . . . . 671 C. E. C. THOMAS......... ... ... ..... ..• ... ... ... ... 63


Herbalist:- ·Iron founders:-

W. H. BOX ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . 24 COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............ 79

Horse shoe pad manufacturer :- N. ROL~IAN &·SONS .............................. 28 •

S. HILL ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• 53 TARDREW & SONS................................ 61

l1 ose pipe manufacturers : - Iron manufacturers:- I
INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA, &
C. CAMMELL & CO. LIMITED................ 77 •

TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED ... 14 STRINGER BROTHERS........................... 78

Hosier & glover:- Iron merchants :-

F. C. HOMAN.......................................... 29 R. G. DUGGUA & SONS.......................... 39

Hot water engineer :- E. I. MUNK... ... ..• ..• ... ... .•.. ... ... ... ..• ••• ... ..• 43

W. J. T. M.ARDON .••..•.....•..•..•.......••... ~.. 55 WEST OF ENGLAND IRON, TIMBER &
- CHARCOAL CO. LIMITED................... 64
Hotels:-

ATLANTIC HOTEL (NEWQUAY) ............ 23 Ironmongers:-

J. G. BEER .............................................. 39 G. G. BULLMORE .•.... ··········~············ ..• ••• 48
- HEATHMAN•.•... .•• ....... •••••• ...••••••... .••••• 67
C. N. BEVAN..•........•..•...................••.....• 37

~,. S. EEVAN ...........•.............................• 37 l?onmongers' valuer:-

J. BORN ... .•• ... ... ... ..• ... ... ..• ... ... ... ..•... ....... 23 E. I. MUNK.••.••..•.•••.•••••••.••...•••.••••: ••, ••• 43





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Iron buildings manufacturer: Mural decorators :-

W. HARBROW... ......... ............. .•. ...... ... ... 81 MITCHELL & SON ... ... ... .••... ... ... ... ... ... ... 72

Iron gate manufacturers: Music sellers:-

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............ 79 J. K.~OTT & SON.................................... 67

Iron roofing manufacturer :- Music warehouse :-• •

W. HARBROW ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... 81 P. GILES... ..................................~. ... ... ... 6o

Italian warehouseman :- • Nail merchant :-

W. PEARCE ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ... . ... ... ... ... 73 E. I. MUNK ... ...... ... ... .•.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 43

Jobmasters:- • Netting manufacturers:-

J. DUNCALF........................................... 66 ENGLAND & SON ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 67

T. WARREN........•.....................•............ 47 Newspapers:-

Joinery manufacturer:- CALLINGTON POST .••..•.....•...........•..• ··" 50
CAMELFORD & W ADEBRIDGE POST...... 50
W. HARBROW ....................... ~ ... ... ... ... ... 81
soCORNISH & DEVON POST ..... .... ..• ... ... ...
Laundry:-

SANITARY STEAM LA"GNDRY CO.......... 45 CORNISH POST & MINING NEWS CO. LTD. 70

Lawn tennis net manufacturers:- CORNISH TELEGRAPH ... ... .••.•• ... ...... ... 39

ENGLAND & SON ... ..... .... ... ... ... . ... .. . .... .. . .... 67 THE CORNISHMAN ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 50
Lime burners :- DEVON EVENING EXPRESS ........~ ..• ... .•• 51

STONEY COOMBE LIME & STONE CO ... 46 DEVON & EXETER DAILY GAZETTE...... 26
Lime merchants :- DEVON WEEKLY TIMES........................ 51

JEFFERD & SON .... ... ..• •... ••• ... .•• ••• .....• ..• 54 EAST & SOUTH DEVON ADVERTISER ..• 51

Livery stable proprietors:- FALMOUTH GAZETTE & PENRYN

- CHAMPION ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 38 REVIEW ... ... ... ... ... ..• .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 52

H. PENLERICK ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 68 FALMOUTH & PENRYN WEEKLY TIMES 52

T. WARREN........................................... 47 KINGSBRIDGE GAZETTE ... ..•..• ...... ...... 61

Machine band manufacturers :- KINGSBRIDGE JOURNAL ... ..•.•• ...... ..• ... 55

INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA & LAUNCESTON WEEKLY NEWS............... 55

TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIM......... ... 14 LAUNCESTON WEEKLY POST ..•....••....•• 50

Magnesia manufactarers :- NAVAL & MILITARY RECORD ..•.....• ..•Facing

DINNEFORD & CO .............................. •·· 75 commencement of Devonshire
Maltsters :-


NORTH DEVON HERALD........................ 56

W. & E. C. CARNE ................................ ·-· 25 NORTH DEVON JOURNAL ... ... ..• ... ..• ... ..• 56

. Pt 0. HINGSTON .................................... 54 ROYAL CORNWALL GAZETTE............... 59
ST. AUSTELL STAR ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 59
Mantelpiece manufacturers: ..

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED............ 79 ST. AUSTELL WEEKLY NEWS............... 6o

T. OLIVER & SONS ...........-...................... 56 SALCOMBE TIMES................................. 55
Manure manufacturers :- SOUTH DEVON GAZETTE ... ... ... ... ...... ... 61

WEST OF ENGLAND BONE & MANURE soSTRATTON & BUDE DIRECTORY............

CO ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... 48 TAVIRTOCK GAZETTE ... ...... ... ... ...... ... ... 61

WESTERN COUNTIES & GENERAL TEIGNMOUTH GAZETTE ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 62

M~URE CO....................................... 35 TEIGNMOUTH POST ..• ...... ..• ... ... .•• .••... ... 62

Manure merchants :- • TORQUAY DIRECTORY & SOUTH DEVON

BISHOP & PETER ..................... -· .:.... ... 22 JOURNAL ...... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... .... ... 62

F. BRAY................................................. 37 WESTERN FIGARO...... ... ...... ... ... ............ 64

P. KNIGHT & SON ...... ... ... ...... .. ... ...... ... 72 WESTERN INDEPENDENT..................... 36

R. C. LOVELL ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... .... ... ...... ... 68 WESTERN MORNING NEWS ............... Facing

MARTIN, MATTHEWS & CO. LIMITED ••• 56 commencement of Deuonskire
Medical school :- WESTERN TIMES .•••••.....•.••..•..• :.. .. . ... .. . 64

GUY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL ••• 1~ WESTERN WEEKLY NEWS ............ ...Faczng

Mercantile offices : - commencement of Deuonskire

STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES.••.••••••.. 15 .Nurserymen:-

Metal merchants:--· SMYTH & SON....................................... 6o

R. G. DUGGUA & SONS........................... 39 J. WALTERS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 74

Milliners : . Oilskin clothing manufacturer :-

PRA'fTENT & CO..•.................. ~..... ... .•. ... 58 J. E. MONK ... ... ......... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... 72

MISS E. J. SARGENT...... .•• ••.••• .••••••.. ... ... 6o Outfitter : -

Mineral water manufacturers :- J. T. ESSERY........................ .................. 71

GEA K~ BROTHERS .............................. 40 Packing case makers : -

Mming engineers:- RABLING & CO. LIMITED . .••...•. ••• ... ..• ..• 44

N. HOLMAN & SONS ............................., 28 · J. WRIGHT & SON ...... ..................... ...... 22•

Monumental masons :.- Painters:-

J. GEACH ....... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 R. COLENSO & SON ... ... . .••. ... ..•• .•• ... ... .•• 65
J. HU~H ES .................................. 41 •• ••• ••• 71
J. H. CRAPP .............................. -- ... .....• 70
A. R. KNIGHT . ..... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ...... ... ... ... 55 T. SOLOMON & CO................................. <45

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Paperhangers:- Sanitary engineer:-

R. COLENSO & SON ..• ••. ..• .•• .•• •.. . .. ••• .•• .•• 65 W. J. T. MARDON .•....... '.. ..•.•. ........•... ... 55

J. H. CRAPP ... ... ... ... .•• ... ... .•. ..• ... ... ••• .•• ... 70 Saw mill proprietor8 :-

Pastrycooks :- BISHOP & PETER ••• ••• ••• . •• .•• ••• .•• . •• ••• ••• .•• 22

W. GEORGE ... ... .... .... ... ... .•. ...... .... ... ... ... 53 G. C. FOX & CO....................................... 52

G. SOUTHCOMBE ... ...•.••.. ...• .....•..... ... .•• .•• 75 RABLL.~G & CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 44'

A. E. WEBBER .•. ... ... ... ... .•• ... ... ...••••• ...•... 63 J. WRIGHT & SON................................. 22

Picture frame manufacturers:- Schools & colleges : -

T. SOLOMON & CO .... ..• .•• ...... .•• ..• .... .. ... 45 ASHBURTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ... ... ... 48

Plaster of paris manufacturers:- CREDITON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ........·• ... 50

JEFFERD & SON...... ... ••• .•• ... ... .•• .•• ..• ..• ..• 54 C. G. LOVESEY ·'· ... .•• ... ... .•• ..• ... ... .•. ... ... 41

Plumbers:- A. E. LOVEYS ... ... .•. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 72

W. G. HARRIS ... .•• ..• .•.. ... ..• .••..•....• .••• .•. ••• 71 I.. ... ...MRS. J. 1\IASSINGBERD-TEALE ............ 42
MISSES MUIR •••..•..•....••..•....••..•..• 68
W. J. T. MARDON ..•..••. ... ... ... .••.•••••• ..• ... SS

A. E. SKINNER ..• ..• ... ... ... ..•... ... ..• ... ... ... 6o NEWTON COLLEGE CO. LIMITED ... ... ... 43

T. SOLOMON & CO................................. 45 PLYMOUTH illGH SCHOOL ...... .•• ... ...... 57
• F. R. RAY •.• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 58
Poro-plastic spinal support manufacturer:-

J. T. COCKING....................................... 25 MISS RIDLEY ... ... .•• ..• ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... 59

Portmanteau manufacturer:- MISS TREVENA ... ..• .•• ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... 47

J. W. ALLEN ••• ••• ..• .•• ..• ... ... ... ..• ••• .•• ... ... ..• 16 MISSES WARNER ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 74

Potato merchants:- MISS WINDEATT & MRS. PINN ............ 74

P. KNIGHT & SON................................. 72 Seed merchants::-

R. C. LOVELL .................•...........•......... 68 F. BRAY................................................. 37

Potters::- LAMOUREUX & CO ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 30

CANDY & CO. LIMITED ........................ 17 MARTIN, MATTHEWS & CO. LIMITED ... 56

PRICE: SONS & CO ... ... ... ...... ... ... ...... ... 74 E. W. SERFELL .•• ..• .•• .•• ... .•• ..• ..• ... ... ..• .•• 32

Poulterer ::- SMYTH & SON....................................... 6o

W. H. SA MPSON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 73 Sewing machine manufacturers::-

Poultry & game dealer: SINGER MANUFACTURING CO............... 45

W. T. L. PERRY ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 68 Ship brokers: :::-

Printers: W. & E. C. CARNE...... ... ...... ... ...... ...... ... 25

CAMBORNE PRINTING & STATIONERY Silk mercer:-

CO. LIMITED ••• ..• .•. ..• ••• ... ... ... .•• ... .•• ••• 66 F. 0. HOMAN ••• ••• .•• .•• ..• .•• ••• .•• .•• ..• ••• ••• .•• .•• 29

J. KNOTT & SON .•• ..•..• ....•• .••..• .••••••••.•• 67 Slate merchants : -

E. T. OLVER ..• ..• ••• .•• ... ..• ..• .•• ..•.••... •.. •.• 52 W. A. DARBISHIRE •••.•• ,.. .•• ..• .•• ..• ..• .•• .•• 81

J:t. TREGASKIS ..• ..• .•• ..• .•. .•• ..• .•• .•• .••..• .•• .•• 62 PEN-YR-ORSEDD SLATE QUARRY CO.

Printers & publishers:.- LIMITED............................................. 81

KELLY & CO. LIMITED, Printers & pub- R. TRUSCO'rr .•. ..• ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .•. ... ... 63

lishers of the Post Office London & County Soap manufacturers :-

· Directories ..............................68, 82, 83 & 84 VICTORIA SOAP CO. LIMITED............... 34

Private lunatic asylum :- Splint manufacturer:--
DR. F. K. DICKSON ... ... ... ... ... ... .•• ..• ... ... 81 J. T. COCKING.....................•.................. 25

Provision merchant:- Stained glass manufacturers :-

W. RICHARDS ... ••• ..• ..• .•• .•• ..• •.•.•• .•• ••• .•• ••• 31 MITCHELL & SON ..•..•.,. .•• ..• ... ... ..• ... ... ..• 72

Quarry owners :- Stationers ::-

W. A. DARBISffiRE ... ......... ... ... ... ..• ...... 81 CAMBORNE PRINTING & STATIONERY

PEN-YR-ORSEDD SLATE QUARRY CO. CO. LIMITED ••• ••• ••• ..• .•. .•• ..• ..• ..• ••• .•• ..• 66

• LIMITED ..................••.......................• 81 W. V. COLE ... ... ..• ••• ... ..• ... .•• ..• ... ... ..• ... ... 65
PETillCK BROTHERS ........................... 57 • J. KNOTT & SON.................................... 67

STONEY COOMBE LIME & STONE CO ... 46 F. TREGASKIS ... .•• ..• ... ... .•• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 62

Railway spring manufacturers:- Steam engine manufacturers :-

C. CAMMELL & CO. LIMITED ...... ... ... ... 77 COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED ... ... ... 79

Refreshment contractors::- G. COATES... ... .•. .•• •.• ... .•. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 49

W. F. CLARKE & CO ... ... ... ........ .... ...... 38 Steam pump manufacturers:-

• Restaurant:- COALBROO.KDALE CO. LIMITED ......... 79

1\IRS. p AUL .•••••....••..•.•••••.••.•••••••I ••••••••• 44 Steel manufacturers :-

Rope, line & twine manufacturers:- C. CAMMELL & CO. LIMITED ... ...... ... ... 77

• W. J. THOMAS & CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... 6g STRINGER BROTHERS........................... 78

Rope manufacturers ::- Steel merchants : .

W. & E. C. CARNE •.. ... .•• ••• •.• ••• .•. ..• ..• ..• .•• 25 R. G. DUGGUA & SONS ........................ 39
I
E. I. MUNK ... ... ... .•• ... ... ..• ... ..• ..• ... ... .•. ..• 43
Rose grower :-

J. WALTERS ... .•• ... ... •.•••• .•••••••• ••• .••••• •.. .•• 74 Stock & share brokers::-

Saddle & harness manufacturers ::-

T. MARTIN.............................................H. MAYNARD & SON ••• ••• ••• ••• .... ••• ••• ••• ••• .•• 42
H. G. HODGKINSON & CO...................... 67



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Stone merchants : - Timber merchants:-

PETHICK BROTHERS ••• ..• ... ... ..• ... ..• •.• ..• 57 J. WRIGHT & SON ......... ... ... .................• 22

STONEY COOMBE LIME & STONE CO ... 46 Tinplate merchants:

Stoneware manufacturers :- R. G. DUGGUA & SONS .••.•~ .•• ... ••• .•• .•• ••• .•• 39

PRICE, SONS & CO..................... ............ 74 Torpedo apparatus manufacturers::-
Stove & range manufacture'rs ::-
INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA &

COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED •. ,... 79 TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED... 14

Sulphuric acid manufacturers:- Type-wr1• ter ::-

WESTERN COUNTIES & GENERAL W. PRYOR ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ..• ... 58

MANURE CO....................................... 35 Tyre manufacturers:-

Surveyors: C. CAMMELL & CO. LIMITED ..• ............ 77

W. BAJI,EY ........................................... 48 Undertakers :--

H. S. HANCOCK .................................... 53 S. R. FORCE & SON................................. 39
w. G. HARRIS ........... I • • • • • • • • • • •• • • •• • • • • •• ••• • • •
A. E. SKINNER... ...·................................. 6o 71

Tailors::- G. LUXTON .......................................... 72
T. OLIVER & SONS ....................•............ 56
J. T. EssERY... ... ............ ............ ...... ...... ·,~

M. SAMPSON......................................... . 6g A. E. SKINNER .................................... 6o

J. TUCKER ............................................ . 6g WARREN BROTHERS ...... ...... ... ...... ••• .•• 34

Teachers of dancing :- Upholsterers :-
soCREW 8 (~ SON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
MADAME BRADNEE-RINALDI ... ... .•• ••• ... 24

MISSES IDCKEY & HOPKINS .•• ...... .•• ... 24 CRIDDLE & SMITH................................. 26

Teachers of music :- MRS. R. GILES .. . ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 40

T. HOLMES ...........•........................... ··~ 67 F. C. HOMAN.......................................... 29

E. E. PRIDHAM ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6g G. LUXTON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 72

Teacher of shorthand ::- T. OLIVER & SONS................................. 56

W. PRYOR... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....... ... 58 SPOONER & CO .......................... ~ ........: 33

Telegraph cable manufacturers::- .Vinegar manufacturers::-

INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA & CHAMPION & CO. LIMITED ... ... ..• ......... 13

TELEGRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED ... 14 Wheelwright::-

Terra cotta manufacturers: J. BUTTRESS ..• .•• ... ...... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... 49

CANDY & CO. LIMITED ........................ 17 Window blind manufacturers:-

TORQUAY TERRA COTTA CO. LIMITED 3J MRS. DOIDGE ... ...... ...... ...... ... ... ... ... ...... 66

Timber merchants: J. J. GILL ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 41

BISHOP & PETER ••• ••• ..• ... ... ...... ..• ..• ... ... 22 Wine & spirit importers :-

G. C. FOX & CO ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 52 H. & G. SIMONDS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 75

JEWSON BROTHERS .•• ... ... .•• ... ... .•• ... ... ... 54 Wine & spirit merchants :-

PERRY, SPEAR & CO. LIMITED ..• .•• .•• .•• 57 W. & E. C. CARNE ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..•... 25

RABLING & CO. LIMY£ED ... ..• ..• .•• ... ... ... 44 R. V. & H. DAVY ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 66

WEST OF ENGLAND IRON, TIMBER & F. 0. HINGSTON ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 54

CHARCOAL CO. LIMITED ..• .•• .•• ..• .•• ... 64 POOL & SON ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ... ... ... ... ... 73 •



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ALLEN J. W., Portmanteau, bag & dressing case CORNISH TELEGRAPH, Newspaper •..•••..• •••••• 39
somanufacturer ............................................. 16 CORNISHMAN (THE), Newspaper ..• ..• ..• ..• ... ...

ASHBURTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ... .. .......... 48 CRAPP J. H., Decorator & painter ..................:..-... 70

so·ATLANTIC HOTEL....................................... 23 CREDITON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ..................


BAILEY W., Auctioneer & surveyor .................. 48 CREWS & SON, Auctioneers, valuers & upholsterers . 50

BEARNE L., :Building contractor ..................... 65 CRIDDLE & SMITH, Upholsterers & art cabinet

DEER J. G., Hotel.......................................... 36 ·makers ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... .. ... ... 26

EENNETT H. J., Auctioneer & appraiser ............ 48 DARBISHIRE W. A., Quarry owner & slate mer 81

BEVAN C. N., Hotel ....................................... 37 DAVEY C. P., Shoeing smith........................... 70
BEVAN T. S., Hotel ....................................... 37 DAVY R V. & H., Wine & spirit merchants ...... 66

BISHOP & PETER, General merchants ............... 22 DELAFEILD W. & SON, Boot & shoe makers...... 70

BLAKE J., Hydraulic ram manufacturer............... 8o DEVON EVENING EXPRESS, Newspaper ...... 51

:BLIGHT J., JUN., Electrical engineer ............. .. 36 DEVON & EXETER DAILY GAZETTE, News-

BOHN J., Hotel ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 23 paper ....., ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... 26

.BOX W. H., Herbalist ..................................... 24 DEVON WEEKLY TIMES, Newspaper ............ 51

ERADNEE-RINALDI MADAME, Teacher of DEVONPORT PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILD-

dancing ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... .. . 24 ING SOCIETY ... ... ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 70

• BRAY F., Corn, flour, seed, manure & coal mer .•• 37 DICKSON DR. F. K., Private lunatic asylum ...... 81

BREWER C., Hotel ....................................... 49 DINNEFORD & CO., Magnesia manufacturers...... 75

BROKENSHAW MRS.,'Private hotel ............... 65 DOIDGE MRS., Window blind manufacturer ...... 66

BULLMORE G. G., Ironmonger & implement agnt 48 DONOVAN J., Pottery & furnishing warehouse ..• 70

BUTTRESS J., Coach & carriage builder ............ 49 DUGGUA R. G. & SONS, Manufacturers, galvan-

CAMBORNE PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. izers & general smiths............. ..................... ,.. 39

LIMITED ................................................. 66 DUNCALF J., Post horse & jobmaster ............... 66

CAMMELL C. & CO. LIMITED, Steel, iron & DUNNING & SONS, Butchers ......... ...... ......... ... 51

file manufacturers ....................................... 77 DUNSTAN E., Shoeing smith ......................... .. 71

CANDY & CO. LIMITED, Brick, tile, drain pipe, EAST & SOUTH DEVON ADVERTISER,

terra-cotta & fire brick manufacturers ......... ...... 17 Newspaper.................................................... 51

CARNE H., Builder & contractor ... ......... ......... 38 EDEN BROS., Coal merchants & coke contractors.. SI

CARNE W. & E. C., Ship brokers & general corn- EDLINGTON BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT ... 71

mi•ssi•on agents .............................. ~ ................ 25 ENGLAND & SON, Net & netting manufacturers 67

CARPENTER C. F., Hydropathic establishment... 66 ESSERY J. T., Tailor & outfitter ...... ............... 71

CHAMPION & CO. LIMITED, Vinegar manufrs ... 13 FAIRWEATHER J. E., Hotel ........................ 27

CHAMPION , Livery stable proprietor ............ 38 FALMOUTH GAZETTE & PENRYN REVIEW,

CLARKE W. F. & CO., Cooks & confectioners ... 38 Newspaper .................... ~·· ~··I ••••••• 52 '
COALBROOKDALE CO. LIMITED, Engineers & ••••••• I I ••••••

ironfounders... ............................................. FALMOUTH & PENRYN WEEKLY TIMES,
79 Newspaper...... 11• •••••• ·~··~·I .................... ·~· ......

COATES G., Engineer .................................... 49 FARR BROTHERS, Builders & contractors ......

COCKING J. T., Poro-plastic spinal support & FORCE S. R. & SON, Auctioneers, house, land &

· splint manufacturer...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... .... ..... . 2 5 estate agents ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 39

COLE W. V., Account book manufacturer............ 65 FOSTER W. R., Boarding house........................ 52
COLENSOIR. & SON, Decorators & gilders .........
COLES C. H., Builder ................................•... 65 FOX G. C. & eo., Saw mill proprietors & timber 52

• 66 merchan'ts ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 27

COOK L. A., Hotel ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 49 FREEMAN J. SONS & eo., Granite merchants ... 53
COOK T., Hotel ............................................ .
70 FRY J., Hotel............ ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

COPP S. & SON, Carriers............................... . 70 GEACH J., Marble, granite & monumental mason 40

CORNISH & DEVON POST, Newspaper ............ 50 GEAKE BROS., Mineral water manufacturers...... 40

CORNISH POST & MINING NEWS CO. LIM. 7o GEORGE W., .Pastryeook & confectioner ............ 53

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GILES P., Pianoforte & musie warehGuse...... ... ... 6o MUMFORD W. P., Bulb grower........................ 73

GILES MRS. R., Cabinet maker & upholsterer ... 40 MUNK E. I., Iron, steel & nail merchant .•• •.• ... .•• 43

GILL J. J., Window blind manufacturer ............ 41 NAVAL & MILITARY RECORD, Newspaper... Facing

GUEST & CHRIMES, Brass founders ............. ,. 76 commencement of Dtvo'lukire

. GULLETT F. W., Architectural sculptor............ 71 NEWTON COLLEGE eo. LIMITED ... •••.••.••..• 43
GUY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL ......... 16 NICHOLLS J. & eo., China clay manufacturers... 73

HANCOCK H. S., Auctioneer, surveyor, estate & NORTH DEVON HERALD, Newspaper .•• .•• .•• .•• 56

general agent ............................................. 53 NORTH DEVON JOURNAL, Newspaper ......... .•• 56

HARBROW W:, Iron buildings & roofing manfctr 81 OLIVER T. & SONS, Art furniture manufacturers.. 56

HARRIS W. G., Builder & contractor ............... 71 OLYER E. T., Printer & publisher..................... 52

HEATHMAN , General & furnishing ironmonger 67 OWEN F., Baker & confectioner ... .•• ...... ......... .•• 57

HELLIER J., Hotel ....~................ ···\··· ............ 28 PAUL MRS., Temperance hotel ... .•. ... ... ... .•• ... ... 44

HENLEY & SON, Cyder growers, makers, exporters PEARCE S., Hotel ....,... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... 20

& wholesale merchants ...................,. ............. 18 PEARCE W., Grocer & tea dealer •••... ... ... .•• ... .•• 73

HILL S., Patent horse shoe pad manufacturer ...... 53 PENLERICK H., Posting establishment •••••• ~.. .•• 68

HINGSTON P. 6., Wine & spirit merchant, maltster PEN-YR-ORSEDD SLATE QUARRY CO. LIM... 81

& brewer ................................................... 54 PERMEWAN MRS., Hotel ... ..• ...... ... ... .•• ... ...... 21

HODGKINSON H. G. & CO.; Stock & share brkrs 67 PERRY, SPEAR & CO. LIMITED, Corn, cake.


HOLGATE MRS., Hotel ................................. 54 coal & manure merchants ... ...... ......... ......... .•• 51

HOLMAN N. & SONS, General founders, engineers PERRY W. T. L., Poultry & game dealer............ 68

& boiler makers .......................................... 28 PETHICK BROS., Graiiit~ quarry owners ......... 57

HOLMES T~, Teacher of the violin..................... 67 PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL ...... ;................. 57
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ssHOMAN F. C., Silk mercer, draper, hosier & glover 29 POLLARD S., Hotel ........................................ .

HUGHES J,, Marble & monumental mason ...... ... 71 POOL & SON, Wine & spirit merchants.••.••.••..•••• 73

ILFRACOMBE HOTEL ................................. 29 POWLESLAND J., Hotel .............................. 73
ssPRATTENT & CO., Milliners ........................
INDIA RUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA & TELE-

GRAPH WORKS CO. LIMITED .................. 14 PRICE, SONS & . CO., Potters & stoneware

JEFFERD & SON, Cement, lime & plaster of manufacturers ............................................. 74

paris manufacturers....................................... 54 PRICKMAN E. F., Fishing rod & tackle maker ... 69

JEWSON BROS., Timber merchants & importers.. 54 PRIDHAM E. E., Teacher of music ... ... ......... ... 69

KELLY & CO. LIMITED, Printers & publishers, PRYOR W., Teacher of shorthand & type writer... 58

& printers & publishers of the London & County RABLING & CO. LIMITED, Timber merchants ... 44

Directories ................................ 68, 82, 83 & 84 RAY F. R., School .......................................... 58

KENNARD T., Hotel....................................... 71 RED LION HOTEL ..................................... 59
KINGSBRIDGE JOURNAL, Newspaper ... ......... 55 RICHARDS B., Aceountant, commission agent &

KNIGHT P. & SON, Coal & manure merchants .•• 72 auet1•oneer ... ..• ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ..• ..• ... ... •.. ... ... ... 73

KNIGHT A. R., Monumental mason ............ ...... 55 RICHARDS W., Grocer & provision merchant...... 31

KNOTT J. & SON, music warehouse ... .•• ... ... ... ... 67 RIDLEY MISS, School .................................... 59

LAMOUREAU & CO., Seed merchants ... ... ... .•• ... 30 RODDA R., Auctioneer & appraiser .................. 69

' LANYON W., Coach builder ......... ... ... ... ... ...... 67 ROWE & SONS, Butchers .............................. 73
LAUNCESTON WEEKLY NEWS, Newspaper ... 55 ROYAL CORNWALL GAZETTE, Newspaper ... 59

LOVELL R. C., Fruit, manure & potato merchant... 68 ROYAL HOTEL FALMOUTH LIMITED ......... 32

LOVERING J.& CO.,China clay & china stone wrks. 30 ST. AUSTELL STAR, Newspaper ..................... 59

LOVESEY C. G., School ................................. 41 ST AUSTELL WEEKLY NEWS, Newspaper ... 6o

LOVEYS A. E., School ................................... . 72 SAMPSON M., Tailor & habit maker.................. 69

LUXTON G., Cabinet maker & upholsterer ... ...... 72 SAMPSON W. H., Poulterer, ham & bacon factor... 73

MANN MRS., Boarding establishment ............... 41 SANDOE A. C.. Hotel... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 44

MARDON W. J. T., Sanitary & hot water engineer 55 SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY CO ..•.•••.••••.•• 45

MARTIN BROS. LIMITED, China clay & china SARGENT MISS E. J., Milliner .••.•.....••.•••••..• 6o

stone merehants .......................................... 42 SERPELL E. W., Seed & bulb warehouse ......... 32

MARTIN, MATTHEWS & CO. LIMITED, 1\Ianure, SHAPLAND E. J., Butcher ........................... 75

seed, corn & coal merchants ........................... 56 SIMONDS H. & G. LIMITED, Brewers, wine &

MARTIN T.,Auctioneer & valuer ..................... 31 spirit importers .......................................... 75

MARTIN W., General carrier ... ...... ...... ......... ... 72 SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,Sewing machine

MASSINGBERD-TEALE MRS., School............... 42 manufacturers ..• .•• ... ..•..• ...... .••.••.•• ..• ............ 45

MAYNARD H. & SON, Saddle & harness manufctrs · 42 SKINNER A. E., Builder, plumber & decorator... 6o

METHROSE CHINA CLAY CO........................ 72 SMYTR & SON, Nurserymen,-seedsmen & florists 6o

MILLEN J. P., Hotel....................................... 68 SOLOMON T. & CO., Plumbers, glaziers & church

MILLS T. R., Auctioneer, valuer & commission agt 72 window makers ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 45

MITCHELL & SON, Stained glass manufacturers 72 SOUTHCOMBE G., Pastryeook & confectioner .•• 75

MITCHELL M., Hotel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 19 SOUTH DEVON GAZETTE, Newspaper............ 61

MONK J. E., Oilskin clothing manufacturer ... ... ... 72 SPOONER & CO., Cabinet makers & house

MOYLE E., Hotel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... 43 furnishers ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..• ... ... ... .... ... .... ... 33

MUIR MISSES, School.................................... 68 STEVENS J. G. J., Dairy produce merchant •••••• 61

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STONEY COOMBE LIME & STONE CO ••• ••• .•• 46 WARREN BROTHERS, Cabinet manufacturers,

STRINGER BROS., Iron & steel manufacturers ..• 78 auctioneers & furniture remoyers ... .••••• ..• .•• .•• ... 34

STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES.................. 15 WARREN T., Livery stable proprietor .•• .•• .•• .•• ••• 47

TARDREW & SONS, Engineers & iron founders... 61 WATTS, BEARNE & CO., Coal merchants ••• •••••• 74

TAVISTOCK GAZETTE, Newspaper ............ .•• 61 Wl~BBS HOTEL ...... ... ... ......... ... ......... ......... 47

TEIGNMOUTH GAZETTE, Newspaper ••• ••• •••.•• 62 WEBBER A. E., Pastryoook & confectioner......... 63

TEIGNMOUTH POST, Newspaper..................... 62 WEST OF ENGLAND BONE & MANURE CO 48

THOMAS W. J. & CO. LIMITED, Rope manu- WEST OF ENGLAND CHINA STONE & CLAY

footurers .................................................. f.. 69 CO ..........••..•.••..•.•• ,......... ..•....••.••.•. •••··· •.• 35

THOMAS C. B. C., Accountant........................ 63 WEST OF ENGLAND IRON, TIMBER &

THOMAS H., Auctioneer, appraiser, land & estate CHARCOAL CO. LIMITED ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 64

• agent.............................•........................... 46 WESTERN COUNTIES & GENERAL MANURE

THOMAS H. W.,Hotel ......... ,.;.................... 75 CO. UMITED ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 35

TOMAN T. H., Hotel ..•.................-............... 75 WESTERN FIGARO, Newspaper..................... 64
TORQUAY DIRECTORY & SOUTH DEVON
WESTERN INDEPENDENT, Newspaper ••••••.•• 36

JOURNAL, Newspaper .............................•... 62 WESTERN MORNING NEWS, Newspaper'-

TORQUAY TERRA COT'l'A CO. LIMITED ..•.•• 33 Facing commencem,ent of Devonshire

TREGASKIS F., Printer, bookseller & stationer... 62 WESTERN TIMES, Newspaper ........................ 64

TREGONING 0. E., Cook & confectioner ....••..• 46 WESTERN WEEKLY NEWS, Newspaper.••••• Faci'Rf}

TREVENA MISS, School •••....•..••..•.....•..•.....•••• 47 commencement of DevtJmkire

TRUSCOTT R., Ooal, corn & slate merchant......... 63 WILLIAMS J., Coach builder........................... 64

TUCKER J., Tailor ....................................... 69 WINDEATT MISS & PINN MRS., School......... 74

TUCKER L. W., Auctioneer & furniture dealer •.• 75 WINSOR MRS., Hotel ••••••••••.••.•••••••.•••••••• ····~· 65

VICTORIA SOAP CO. LIMITED .••......••..••..•..• 34 WRIGHT J. & SON, Timber merchants & patent

WALTERS J., Rose grower & nurseryman ••.•••.•• 74 case manufacturers .....•... ,.......•..• ,.• ... ..• .•• •.• .•• 22

WARNER MISSES, School .•• .-.......................... 74 WRIGHT W., Chemist ....., .............................. 6S

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DEVON is a. south-western shire on the English and Bristol Wadding, Cotting, Cocking, Faring, Bicking and Canning

Channels, adjoining to the peninsula of Cornwall, bounded are recognizable. Many of the names of settlements are

on the north and north-west by the Bristol Channel, on the those of individuals. The endings ton and ham are eom-

ntrth-east by Somerset, on the east by Dorset, and on tbe mon ; so are wm·thy, stoke and thorne ; but stow, thorpe, hope,

scoth by the English Channel : the river Tamar, separating stead and horn are rare. Wick is common, and is often

it from Cornwall, forms the greater part of the western made week. Combe, don, knowe and do'Um are common.

boundary. Tor is a word peculiar to Devon. Ley, leigh and land are
The boundaries of Devon were altered by the Act 7 & 8 Vie. common. Hay, and the plurals h.ays and hayne, are very

cap. 6I, by the addition of 8,568 acres and by the severing common. Acre and croft are rare. Tbe ending cot is very

of 4,89() acres. The townships annexed were Stockland and frequent. Bm·ton is common. Den is rare. Wood is

Dallwood from Dorset, and Bridgerule from Cornwall ; common. Hurst, holt, ihaw, hanger and dingle ·are rare.

the townships severed, Thorncombe and Beerhall, added to Rough, clea1Je and lynch are used for commons. Grove is

Dorset, and that part of Maker which is in Vaultershome common; so are lake, pool,pitt and hole. Bourn. and brook

added to Cornwall. are about equally frequent. Many of the wells have names.

' The area of Devon is I,655,208 acres, being one of the Beer or bear is peculiar to Devon and Dorset. Huish is

largest shires in England, W. R. Yorkshire and Lincolnshire found there; so are aller, peek, yard, yate, yeo, venn, hole,

alone being larger. Thougb. tb.ird in size, eleven counties bray, stout, slade, shute, halse and slew. Many of the clan

have more population, viz. ~-Cheshire, Durham, Gloucester- names are made, in the Devon dialect, to end in a instead

shire, Hampsb.ire, Kent, Lancaster, :Middlesex, Stafford, of ing; and many words end in a or er. The termination

Surrey, Warwick and W. R. Yorks. son is common. The letters z and y are freely used in

The population in x8o1 was 340,308; 18n, 382,778; I82I, old Devon topographical names.

438,417; I83r, 493,908 ; 184r, 532,959; r85I 1 567,o98; The island of LUNDY, in the Bristol Channel, with a popu-
r86r, 584,373; x87r, 6or,374; and in r88I, 603,595; and tion of 67, belongs to Devon; it is 2! miles long and I mile

in r89I 1 63r,8o8; of which 297,898 are males and 333,910 broad, with an area of 920 acres.
females. The number of houses were, inhabited, II3.204; In Plymouth Sound is St. Nicholas (called also Drake's)

uninhabited, 9,~17 ; building, 927. Island, which is covered with fortifications.

The earliest inhabitants of Devon are not known, but are Burgh Island is in Bigbury Bay at the mouth of the Avon:

supposed to be of Lappish or Finnish origin. At an early had anciently a chapel of St. Michael on the summit; there

period it was occupied by the Iberians, as the names of the is now a small inn on the north side ; also some fish cellars.

rivers-the Tamar, Taw, and Tavy show. Of the early A great many of the population of Devon are descended

• periods there are many relics, as circles of stone, including from the original English settlers, bnt slightly mixed with

Grimspound on Dartmoor, and the Scorhill circle. There Cornish. Tbe latter are chiefly settled in the Plymouth and

are many cromlechs and other monuments of rude stone, Tavistock districts, and are partly engaged in mining.

and early weapons have been found. The \Velsh and the The scenery in the greater part of the county is very

Belgians were gradually O\'ercoming the Iberians, and beautiful and diversified; the climate is moist, with a very

driving them west, when, in the beginning of the Christian mild temperature in the south, but bleak on the moors. The

era, the Romans made themselves masters of the islands. south coast is so mild that the myrtle grows freely, and

The tribe they found here was named the Damnonii. oranges, lemons and citrons flourish. in the open air, and

The Romans thickly setLled "he whole of Devon, as the it is therefore much frequented by invalids during the

names of places will show. Their chief towns were Isca winter.

Damnoniorum (now Exeter) and Muridunum. Devonshire is a hilly county, and includes in the south a

The chief remains of the roads, known by their English large waste district, called the Forest of Dartmoor, wb.ich is

names, are:- Orway, Solway, Oxenway, Farway, Shurway, 28 miles from north to south and 26 miles from east to west;

Broadway, Whiteway, Northway, Elverway, Oldaway, Road• the area being from 8o,ooo to Ioo,ooo acres, and it rises to

way, Reddawar, Greenway, R1dgway, Helway, Holloway, the height of 2,000 feet above the sea, having portions of

Herapate or Harepath, Sticklepath, Gappath, Coleridge, moist peat and bog, and generally of a. desolate appearance;

Bromridge, Doddridge, Cuttridge, Oldridge, Horridge, Ches- large pools of water are the sburces of several rivers. Part of

ridge, Partridge, Coldridge, Holdridge, Storridge, Sandridge Exmoor, another great waste in the north, is in Somerset.

Hare-street, Dark-street and Bow-street. • The name of Dumdown hill, in the east, two miles from Honiton, is, with

street is not so commonly applied to Roman roads in Devon the exception of Dartmoor, the highest ground in the county.

as it is in the east of England. , The shores are very rocky and indented with several bays :

The Roman settlements are so numerous that tb.ey would Bideford and Morte bays in the north, and Bigbury bay, Start

form a long list, about soo being ~eCC'lgnizable. On the ba~ and Tor bay in the south. At Northam,-on the shore of

downfall of the Romans, the Welsh and mixed Romans were Biaeford bay, is the remarkable and interesting common of

left to themselves, and several west Welsh kingdoms were 700 acres called the Burrows, fenced on two sides for a space

formed in Devon and Cornwall, among which war and of 3 miles by a vast barrier of boulders, roqnded and

strife, religious and civil, were constant. Of the period of smoothed by the waves. The inhabitants of Northam from

the Welsh sway there are no ethnological remains. time immemorial have a right of pasturage o~ th~ large

On the English invading Britain, Devon early drew their common. Zoophytes of all kinds are to be found in abun-

attention ; and in 6I4 the West Saxons made tb.eir first dance among the rocks, and there is a. singular and very

attack. Their progress was slow, and it was not till 926 beautiful pebble ridge that bounds a wide beach of sand on

that the King of the Cornwelsh was at length driven beyond the one side and the extensive common on the other ; also on

the Tama.r. From 8?6 to Ioo3, Devon was, however, wasted B1deford bay e.nd north of Northam Burrows is a large tract

by the Danes. At Kenwitb. Castle, near Northam, are the of land covered witb. sand, called Braunton Burrow,

remains of the old building, in the attack on which the Danes, abounding with rabbits, and having two lighthouses.

under Hubba, were defeated by the Saxons, under Alfred, The rivers are :-The Exe, flowing from Somersetshire.,

and their standard captured ; an old tradition assigns a southward to the English Channel, and made navigable from

spot, still known as" Bloody Corner,'' as the scene of a duel Exmouth toTopsham for shipping, and communicating with

between two of the chieftains ; and at Appledore is the Exeter by means of the Ship canal. The Clyst, the Lowman,

landing-place where the invaders first set foot on this land. the Creedy, the Yeo, the Cnlm and the Barle are feeders of the

Nevertheless, the Welsh in Devon were exterminated, and Exe. The •rorridge, wb.icb. is about 53 miles long, rises near

the .old land settled by English. Bratton Clovelly,, on the borders of Dartmoor, and flows

The topographical nomenclature of t.he West Saxons in northward through Torrington to Bideford bay; not far

Devon has some peculiarities. The clan names are not so J from its source it receives the Okement, and is 11avigable fot'

common as in tho east: but those pf the Billing, Barking, ships only to Bideford. The 'faw also rises in Dartmoor

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2 DEVONSHIRE. (XELLY'I

and flows nearly parallel to the Torridge to the sea beyond at neaps the turn of the stre:\m is irregular, and its r~te

Barnstaple, to which place it is navigable; in its course less. Off Exmouth bar, at a distance of three quarters o: a

it receives the Little Dart and the Mole : for boats, the Taw mile south of Straight Point, the stream turns eastward a1

and Torridge are navigable four or five miles from their 3h. 4om., westward at I 1h., turning gradually to the n01th

mouths. The Plym also rises from Dartmoor and flows to after about 4 hours, and the greatest velocity of both streans

the east of Plymouth, and also the Tavy, which joins the is about x knot. Three miles south of Beer Head, fue

Tamar. stream turns westward at Ioh. 30m., runs in that directim

The Teign rises north of Dartmoor, and flows easterly for for 4 hours, then gradually veers to the north for 2 homs,

some distance, thence south to Newton Abbot, and again and turning eastward about 5 o'clock, sets for 2~ hours to-

easterly to the sea at Teignmouth, from which place it is wards the north, and then, for the next 3 hours, turns \y

navigable to Newton Abbot 4 miles ; the Dart flows south- degrees to the south ; the general direction, therefore, of

easterly from Dartmoor through Totnes, from which it is the tide in this position is round the compass, with little >r

navigable to the sea at Dart.mouth; the Avon, in the south no velocity.

of the county, is Ravigable for 3 miles from Aveton-Giffard to Time of High Water on Full and Change Days at places on

Bantham ; the Erme, also in the south, for 2 miles to Mothe- the Coast of Devon, wit.h the rise of the Tide at Sprin{s

combe; the Yeahn, west of the Erme, is navigable for 3 and Neaps. ·

miles; the Plym for 3 miles along the Cat water. The Otter, Place. High Water Rise.* ·
in the east, and the Lynn are not naYigable. The Axe is in
Full & Change. ~prings. Nea}s
the extreme east of the county, and flows from Dorsetshire h. m.
SOUTH COAS1'. ft. ft.

through A.xminster to Axmouth and the sea. Plymouth Breakwater ... 5 37 ... rs! ... n~ ·

The 'famar, on the Cornish border of the county, is the , Sutton Pool . .. 5 22 ... IS~ .... u!

widest river, and is navigable to Morwellham: the largest of Devonport Dockyard ••• 5 43 ... IS~ ... Ilf
Her Majesty's vessels can proceed from the Hamoaze a Saltash, R. Tamar ... ... 5 45 ... IS ... Il
distance of 5 miles : it receives several streams from Devon, Cargreen , ... ... 5 47 .. . 14! ..• •tot
as the Deer, Lyd, Carey, Tavy, Lew Water, Walkham, and Pentillie , ••• ..• 5 55 ... 13t ·•• 9t

Thistlebrook. The Royal Albert bridge (one of Brunei's Culstock , ..• ... 6 6 ... 12! ·•• 8~
greatest undertakings) crosses the Tamar at Saltash, and Morwellham , 6t... ... 6 I2 .. . I~ •·•

connects Devon and Cornwall, carrying the Cornwall railway ; Weir Head , ... ... 6 I7 ... 5! "' 1l
5 47 ...
its length is just half a mile, or 300 feet more than the Warleigh Quay, R. Tavy ... 14?! ... 10~

Britannia bridge, and its greatest height from the foundation Marristow ... ... ... 4 47 ... 8~ ... 4i'
26o feet. Bigbury Bay, R. Yealm ... 5 37 ... I6± ... II~

The county is watered by an immense number of streams, ", R. Erme .•• 5 40 ... I6f ... u~
tributaries of these rivers, which work corn and other mills;
R. Avon ... 5 47 ... I6! ... u!l
such is the abundance of water power that windmills for Bolt Head ... ••• ... 5 43 ... IS? •.• Il~ •
Salcombe ... ... ... 5 41 ..• IS ... n!
corn are all but unknown in the county.

Deyonshire is united with the canal system by the Great , Kingsbridge ... 5 46 ... IO .•.•.•
... 6 I6 ...
Western canal, II miles long, from Ashbrittle in Somerset, Dartmouth .. . ... Id Io!2.
...which terminates at Tivt'rton, and is now the property of Teignmouth ..• ... ... 6 o ... I3
...the Bristol and Exeter Railway Co. The Tavistock canal, Torbay 9i
... ... ... 6 o ... 13-t lo
... ...the Stover or Teigngrace canal, and the Torridgc canal ex- Exmouth ... ... ... 6 21
12:! 8~
-~nd river navigation. The Bude and Holsworthy canal, 1st
WEST COAST.

miles long, connects Holsworthy with Dude Haven, and is Lundy Island ... ••• 5 15 ... 27 ... 20

joined by the Dude and Launceston canal. Barnstaple (Bridge) ... 6 28 •.• xo~ •.•

The harbours are very fine and numerous. 'fhey include Appledore ... ... ..• 5 58 . .• 23 ... !~:6!

Plymouth, Torbay, and Dartmouth. The chief seaports and Bideford ... ... ..• 6 7 ... x6 •.• ''
fishing towns are: Plymouth, Exeter, Barnstaple, Topsham, Ilfracombe ... ... ..• 5 42 •.. 27± •.• 2I!
Brixham, Dartmouth, Exmonth, Torquay, Teignmouth, L~·nmouth, or the Foreland 6 2 ••• 3oi ..• 21! ·
* By the rise of the tide is meant its vertical rise aboYe the
Sidmonth, Bideford, and Ilfracombe.

TIDAL STREA:&IS IN l'HE BRISTOL AND ENGLISH CHANNELS mean low water level of spring tides.

AND 0~ THE SoUTH-WEST COAST.-A careful investigation of ? Indicates approximations.

the tides in the English Channel has shown the possibility of CORRECTIONS FOR PLYMOUTH AND DEVONPORT DOCKS.

referring the movements of the several streams to a common The depth at high water on the sills of the following Docks

standard, which, for the entrance of the channel, will be the may be known by applying to the standard high water

time of high \\'ater at Dover: for, off the mouth, the stream, heights the corrections given below, according to the sign

though materially intluencecl by the indraft and outset of annexed in each case.

the channel, will be found running to the northward and ft. in.

eastwm·d, while the water is falling at Dover, and to the Devonport. Over the sill of Basin ... ... + I5 7
southward and we~>tward while it is rising at that port. H.M. Dockyard. No. I Dock ... ... . .• + I2 2
Northward o{ lat. 49°1 the stream is more regula1• than +,,
No. 2 ,, ••• ••• • •• I6 5
south of that parallel, and in the direction of the Bristol
Channell.t .will be found setting to the n01·thward while the ,• No. 3 , , ... ... ... + I(} '6
,, No. 4 ,, ... ..• ... + 3 9'
water is falling at Dover, turning sharply round Hartland +Keyham Yard. Entrance to Lock ... .••
Point into the Bristol Channel, and while the water is rising 20 I'

at Dover, settmg as sharply out of that channel and along , Entrance to North Basin... + I8 . I
, No. I Dock~.. ... ... ... + IO I
the land towards Scilly. At Trevose Head, on the Cornish +, , No. 2 ,, ••• ..• .. • . •. 7 t
coast, the tide has been found. by many observations, to ,, No. 3 ,, .... ... ... ... + II I
+Plymouth. Great Western Docks, Millbay
make twelve minutes after !>over, and as a vessel advances , Over the sill of Floating Dock ... I3 o
, , Gra\·ing , ... + 9 6
up the Bristol Channel the stream turns progressively later.
The tides about Plymouth Sound, both fiood and ebb, are

tolerably regular, general!)· running each way about six Applied to the heights given for Devonport. ·

hours and ten minutes at a mean. In Hamoaze the Hood The Ureat Western railway runs through the ~ounty

stream continues to run up, on spring tides, about I5 from Bristol to Exeter ; and beyond Exeter, along the

minutes aft~r high water at Devonport Dockyard, which coast, to Plymouth and into Cornwall. There are in con~

occurs somewhat later than in Catwater, but the tide con- nection with the Great Westem three branches from Newton

tinues to flow in both harbours for an additional half-hour Abbot, one south, to Torquay and to Kingswear, thence br

when the wind i~ strong from the south and west, and at steamer to Dartmouth ; another north, to Moreton Hamp.

the breakwater in Plymouth Sound, the stream dl"o.ins in stead, and the third to Ashton throu~h Chudleigh ; front

for a short time after the water has ceased to rise. Abreast Churston, on the Dartmouth line, is a branch tu llrixham;

of Plymouth Sound, and about six miles seaward, the from Totnes, on the Plymouth extension, is a branch to

ofirregularity tbe ~treams is considerable, and farther out Ashburton; from Plymouth a line to 'favistock and La.un.,.
in the offing they do not turn with the tide, Nearly two ceston, in Cornwall, and from Yelverton on this line is a.

h.Jurs. before high water at the Dockyard the stream makes line to Princetown; on the Hristol and Exeter railway is· a

eastward gradually, \·eering in about the same time to the branch to 'l'iverton, and from Tiverton junction u. line

south and west ; during the first three hours' flood on shore through Uffculme to Hemyock is called the Culm Vale

the direction changes from \Vest to north, and at the last 4~ railway; from Taunton, Somerset, the Devunand Somerset

hours flood again runs, as at first, east by south; four miles railway passes through the north of the county, by l)outh

south-west of the Eddys~one the variations of the stream Molton, to llarnstaple. The 'fi verton and Nurtb Devon

exhibit similar changes. l'"rom Bolt Tail to Start Point, at railway joins this line at Dulverton and proceed" viJ. llamp-

a distance of four miles off shore, the eastern stream at ton to Tiverton, where it joins the Exe Valley :railway; from

spring tide makes at 2} hours before high '1\ater, and the Tiverton to Exeter. A branch line was open3d in 1893
western stream 3 hours before low water by the shore, set- fron~ Bren~ station on the Exeter and Plymouth extensio11

ting along the land, with a ma:x:imum velocity of 2! knots ; to Kmgsbrdge. The Lond0n and South Wc~tcrn, p:ulsing

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through Honiton, reaches Exeter and Plymouth, from 10,Bg2; Torquay, 25,534; Torrington, 3,436; 'fotnes, 4,016.
London, with a terminus at Devonport, and has on the Other towns are Ashburton, 2,762 ~ Hampton,_ 1,672;

.Exeter line a branch to Seaton, another to Ottery St. Mary Brixham, 7,978; Crediton, 4,207; Cullompton. 3,179;

and Sidmouth, and a third to Exm{)uth. The North Devon Dawlish, 4,210; Exmouth, 8,097 ; Ilfracombe, 7,692;

line of the London and South Western extends from Exeter Lynton, 1,547 ; Newton Abbot, I0,951 ; Northam, 5,043;
to Crediton, Barnstaple, Ilfracombe, Bideford and Tarring- Ottery St. 1\Iary, 3, tl55 ; Paignton, 6,783 ; St. Mary
ton, and from Yeoford junction on this line starts the Church, 6,653; Sidmouth, 3,758; Teignmouth, 8,292 &

Devon and Cornwall line to Plymouth via North 'rawton 'ropsham, 2,833.
The ReJistration Districts are:-
and Okehampton (from which place there is a branch to Pop. x89x.
No. l'lace. Acreage.
Holsworthy), -thence to Lydford junction and Tavistock. 17,714
·rhe Plymouth, Devonport and South Western junction 26g.•••....•..•Axminster ......... 61,159 20,522
railway, opened in 1889, from Lydford junction, gives the
London and South Wastern independent access to Plymouth. 270.•• •••.•• ••.Honiton ... ... ... ... 8o,887 5z,833

271 •••....•.•..St. Tbomas......-••129,983

Devon is a rich tillage and grazing land, although there is 272............Exeter............... 1,869 37•584

much unreclaimed moor : husbandry is the great source of 273............Newton Abbot ••• u7,524 79•496

wealth here, the county yielding wheat, barley, oats, 274··········-·Totiles............•.• 97,914 40•447
potatoes, beans, peas, hay, apples and other fruit, cider, 17,987
cheese, butter, wool, hides and timber. There are fine 275............Kingsbridge ...... 73,455
26,791
276............PlymptonSt.Maty 74,543
84,179
breeds of horses, oxen, sheep and pigs : the Devon cattle 277··· .........Plymouth ... ... ... 1,491 15,502
.ara distinguished by being of a plain red colour and produce 278 .•••••..••••East Stonehouse... xgo

a continuous supply of first class pedigree bulls, and are 27g ............Stoke Damerel•••..• x,76o 54·736
27,II0
almost equally as notable for their beef producing qualities 28o..•.....•..•Tavistock •••.•.••. 159,317

.as for their valuable properties in connection with dairy 281 ............Okehampton..•••• 126,797 16,33{

produce. The fisheries are of great importance, Brixham 282... .........Crediton............ 91,866 171 104

being one of the largest fishing stations. The county 283 ....••....••Ti verton.•••.•.•••••103,053 28,538
284............South Molton......143,998 15,440
derives advantages from its numerous bathing places: its I
large extent of coast line causes a number of persons to visit.~ 28s............Barnstaple ·········149,729 41,368

the county for the benefit of sea air and bathing, the north- 286 ............Torrington•••...•.• 81,472 13,643

-ern shore and the southern differing in temperature : · 287····· .. ·····Bideford............ 63,864 20,214

Ilfracombe and some few other places are on the north 288 ............Holsworthy ..•.•• 82,519 8,g42

-coast, and the fine. town of Torquay, with numerous The following list gives the several Poor Law Unions

~maller watering places, on the south. with the parishes contained in each:-

For mining purposes, West Devon is in the Duchy of AXMINSTER UNION.

Cornwall, and under the jurisdiction of the Stannary Court ; Axminster (Devon Dalwood Roosdown

the jurisdiction of the court extends to all companies formed & Dorset) Hawkchurch (Dor- Seaton & Beer

io work mines of metallic minerals within the counties of Axmouth · set) Shute

Devon and Cornwall, and O\Ter all transactions connected Chardstock (Dorset) Kilmington Stockland

therewith ; the sittings of the court are held at Truro Charmouth(Dorset)LymeRegis(Dorset) Thorncombe ( Dor-

usually in the months of February, May, August and Colyton Membury · set)

November. The Devon Gre<tt Consols mine, which has Combepyne Musbury Uplyme

produced large quantities of copper, is now engaged in BARNSTAPLE UNION.

preparing arsenic. The mineral productions are copper Arlington ' Fremington Martinhoe
Georgeham Marwood
I-ore, tin, iron ore, manganese ore, lignite (4,664 tons), Ashford
freestone, marble, sandstone, granite, potters' clay and Atherington Goodleigh Morthoe

brick earth. In 1892, 2,813 tons of copper ore were Barnstaple Heanton Punchar- Newton Tracey

raised, valued at £4,242; of copper, 185; arsenic (obtained Berrynarbor don ' ' Parracombe

by calcination at the mines), 2,547 tons, value £24,086; Bishops 'rawton High Bray Pilton

l.arsenical pyrites, 3,4n tons, value £3,921; umber, 3,148 Bittadon Horwood Sherwill
Stoke Rivers
tons, value £6,368; iron ore was produced to the extent of Bratton Flaming Ilfracombe

2,556 tons, principally brown hrematite, value £862; it is llraunton Instow Swymbridge

principally shipped at Brixham. Potters' clay is a consider- Brendon Kentisbury 'fawstock

.able article of commerce, principally procured in the Newton Challacombe ·Landkey Trentishoe

Abbot district. China chlywas produced to alargeamonnt, Combmartin Loxhore West Down

the total of pettei'S' and china clay produced in 1892 being Countisbury :Lynton · Westleigh

95,856 tons. · East Down BIDEFortn U~ION.

The chief manufactures are lace, gloves, woollen stuffs and

tanning. Honiton has a high reputation for lace, but lace Abbotsl1am East Putford Newton St. Petrock

bearing the name of the town is made throug-hout the south- Alwington Hartland · Northam

east distriet of the county. Buckfastleigh has been long Bideford Landcross Parkham

<-elebrated for woollen goods, such as navy serge and blan- Buckland Brewer Littleham Welcoinbe

kets. Plymouth produces chemical manure, soap, starch, Bulkworthy . Lundy Island West Putford

blue and black lead, aml also has a trade in costumes and Clovelly Monkleigh Woolfardisworthy

()utfitting. Paper is also made to some extent; pottery is . CREDITON UNroN.

produced; also articles in terra cotta. The large naval Bow or Nymet Eggesf11rd Sherwood 'Villa

.establishments of De\·onport and Keyham employ numbers 'rracey ' Hittisleigh ~hobrooke

of persons, and, besides what is done in the Government Brushford · Kennerleigh Stockleigh English

dockyards, there is much ship and boat building. Cbarleigh Lapford Stcckleigh Pomeroy

Devon is in the Western circuit and has one court of Cheriton Bishop · Morchard Bishop 'l'helbridge

quarter sessions, the assi7..es being held at Exeter; there Cheriton Fitzpaine Newton St. Cyres Upton Helions

are 221petty sessional divisions. Glannaborough · Nymet Rowland ' Washford Pine

The county ~ontains 476 civil parishes and parts of two Colebrooke Poughill 'Vembworthy

()thers and is in the diocese of Exeter and province of Canter- Coldridge Puddington Woolfardiswortb.)

bury, divided into the archdeaconries of Harnstaple, Exeter Credit01t Sandford Zeal Monachorum

.and 'fotnes, except the parishes of North Petberwyn, St. Down St. Mary

Giles-in-the-Heath, Virginstowe and Werrington, which are EAST STONKHOUSE UNION.

in Trigg Major rural deanery, Bodmin archdeaconry and · · East Stoneh'Ouse.

Truro diocese. Barnstaple archdeaconry is subdivided EXETER INCORPORATION.

into the rural deaneries of Barnstaple, Chulmleigh, Hart- Allhallows, Gold-'' St. David ·· · " -st. 1\fary Arches
land, Holsworthy, Sberwell, South Molton and Torrington ~ smith street ·· St. Edmund ;
St. l\Iary Major

Exetev into the rural deaneries of Aylesbeare, Cadbnry, Allhallows-on-the- St. George .. the- St. Mary Steps

Christianity, Dunkeswell and Honiton, Kenn, Ottery, East Walls · 1 Martyr - St. Olave

Tivertonand 'Vest Tiverton { Totnes into the rural deaneries JBedford Circus St. John St. Pancras

()f Ipplepen, Moreton, Okehampton, Plympton, Tavistock, Bradninch St. Kerrian St. Paul

'.fhree Towns, Totnes and \Voodleigh. In 910 a bishop was Close of St: Peter's St. Ll\wrence St. Petrock

s;!'ated at Crediton, but in 1050 Exeter was made the seat Cathedral St. Leonard St. Sidwell

of the bishopric. Holy Triuity St. Martin St. Steph~n

'fbe Municipal boroughs are Barnstaple,population in 1891, HoLSWORTHY UNION.

•3,058 J Bideford, 7,831 ; Dart mouth, 6,025; Devonport, Abbots HJCkington Bradford Bridgerule West

54,803; Exeter, 37,404; Honiton, 3,216 ; South l\lolton, Ashwater Bradworthy Clawton

3,126; Okebampton, 1,879; Plymouth, 84,248; Tiyerton, Bhck Torrington Bridgerule East. Cookbury

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4 DEVONSHIRE. (KELLY'S

Halwell ~ilton Damerel Pyworthy STOKE DAMEREL PARISH.

Hollacombe North TamertonSutcombe Stoke Damerel (including Devonport).

Holsworthy (Cornwall) Tetcot TAVISTOCK UNION.

Luffincot Pancrasweek Thornbury Beer Ferris Lew Trenchard Peter Tavy
Bradstone
HONITON UNION. Lidford (including Sampford ~piney

Awliscombe Harpford Sheldon Brentor Dartmoor) Sheepstor

Branscombe Honiton Sidbury Buckland Mona· Lifton Stowford

Broadbembury Luppitt Sidrnoutb chorum Marystow Sydenham Damerel

Buckerell Monkton Southleigh Calstock(Cornwall) Meavy Tavistock

Combe Raleigh Northleigh Talaton Coryton Milton Abbot Thrushelton

Cotleigh Offwell Up-Ottery Dunterton St. Mary Tavy, or Walkhampton

Dunkeswell Ottery St. Mary Venn Ottery Kelly Mary Tavy Whitchurch

J<'arway Payhembury Widworthy Lamerton St. Peter Tavy, or

l''eniton Plymtree TIVERTON UKION.

Gittisham Salcombe Regis Bampton Halberton Stoodleigh

KINGSBRIDGE UNION. Bickleigh Highley St. Mary Templeton

.A.veton Gifford East Allington Slapton Blackborough Hockworthy Thorverton

Bigbury East Portlemouth South Huish Bradninch Huntsham Tiverton

Blackawton Kingsbridge South Milton Butterleigh Kentisbeare Uffculme

Buckland Tout Kingston ~outh Pool Cadbury Loxbear Uplowman

Saints Loddiswell Stoke Fleming Cadeleigh :Morebath Washfield

Charleton Malborough Stokenham Clayhanger Oakford Willand

Chivelstone Modbury Thurlestone Cruwys Morcbard Sampford Peverell

Churchstow Ringmore West Alvington Cullompton Silverton

Dodbrooke Sherford Woodleigh 'fORRINGTON UNION.

NEWTON ABBOT UNION. Alverdiscott High Bickington St. Giles -in -the-

Abbots Kerswell Haccombe - wit.h- St. .NMicarh•volCashurch Ashreigney, or Huish Wood
Ashburton Combe St. Rings Ash Huntshaw Shebbear

Bickington Hennock Stoke-in-Teignhead Beaford Langtree Sheepwash

Bishopsteignton Highweek (Newton Teigngrace Buckland :Filleigh Little Torrington Wear Gifford

Bovey Tracey Abbot) Torbrian Dolton Marland Peters Winkleigh

Broadhempston Ideford Tormoham (Torqy) Dowland Merton Yarnscombe

Buckland - in- the- Ilsington Trusham Frithelstock Petrockstow

Moor lpplepen West Ogwell Great Torrington Roborough

Chudleigh Kingskerswell West Teignmouth TOTNES UNION.

Cockington Kingsteignton Widdecombe- in- Ashprington Halwell St. Petrox (Dart-

Coffinswell Lustleigh theMoor Berry Pomeroy Harberton mouth)

Dawlish Manaton Wolborough (N"ew- Brixham Holne St. Saviour (Dart-

East Ogwell MoretonHampstead ton Abbot) Buckfastleigh Kingswear mouth)

East Teignmouth North Hovey Woodland Churston Ferrers Little Hempston South Brent

0KEHAMPTON UNION. Cornworthy Marldon Staverton

Ash b u r y Germansweek North Tawton Dartington Moreleigh orMorl'y Stoke Gabriel

Beaworthy Gidleigh Northlew Dean Prior North Huish Totnes

Belstone Hatberleigh Okehampton Diptford Paignton Townstall

Bondleigh High Hampton Sampford Court.en'y Dittisham Rattery Ugborough

Bratton Clovelly Honeychurch Sourton The following are the hundreds with places in each:-

Bridestowe Iddesleigh South Tawton Hundred of Axminster :-Axminster (Devon & Dorset},

Broadwood Kelly Inwardleigh Spreyton Axmoutb, Cornberaleigh, Cornbpyne, Dalwood, Honiton,.

Chagford Jacobstow 'l'hrowleigh Kilmington, Luppitt, 1\'Iembury, 1\'Iusbury,Roosdown,Stock-

Drewsteignton Meeth Jand, Uplyme, Up-Ottery, Ya.rcombe

Exbourne ~ionkokeharnpton Hundred of Hampton :-Hampton, Clayhanger, Hock-

PLYMOUTH INCORPORATION. worthy, 1\'Iorebath, Uffculme

St. Andrew Charles-the-Martyr Hundred of Black Torrington :-Abbots Bickington, Ash-

PLYMPTON ST. MARY UNION. bury, Ashwater, Beaworthy, Belstone, Black Torrington,.

Bickleigh Holbeton Revelstoke Bradford, Bradworthy, Bridgernle, Hroadwood Kelly,

Brixton Laira Green St. Budeaux Clawton, Cookbury, Exbourne, Halwell, Hatherleigh,

Chelson Meadow Newton Ferrers Shaugh Prior Highn.mpton, Hollacornbe, Holsworthy, Honeychurch, In-

Compton Gifford Plympton Earls, or Tarnerton Foliott wardleigh, Jacobstow, Luffincott, Milton Damerel, Monk-

Cornwood Plympton St. Wembury okehampton, North Petherwin, Northcott, Northlew, Pan-

Egg Huckland Maurice Weston Peverell,or crasweek, Pyworthy, St. Giles-on-the-Heath, Sampford

Ermington Plympton St.Mary Pennycross Courtenay, Sutcombe, Tetcott, Thornbury, Werrington,

Harford Plymstock Yealmpton West Putford

ST. THOMAS UNION. Hundred of Braunton :-Ashford, Barnstaple, Bittadon,

Alphington Dunchideock Poltirnore Bratton Fleming, Braunton, Combmartin, East Buckland,

Ashcombe Dunsford Powderham East Down, Filleigh, Georgeham, Goodleigb, Heanton Pnn-

Ashton East Hudleigh Rewe chardon, Ilfracombe, Kentisbury, Marwood,l\iorthoe,Pilton,

Aylesbeare Exminster Rockbeare Trentishoe, West Buckland, West Down

Bicton Farringdon St. Leonard Hundred of Clyston :-Broadclyst, Butterleigh, Clyst

Bramfordspeke Heavitree St. Thomas Hydon, Clyst St. Lawrence, Whirnple

Hridford Holcombe Burnell Shillingford St. Hundred of Coleridge :-Asprington, Blackawton, Buck-

Broadclyst Huxham George land Tout Saints, Charleton, Chivelstone, Cornworthy,

Christow Ide Sowtou Dittisham, East Allington, East Portlemouth, Halwell, Ha. r-

Clyst Honiton Kenn Stoke Canon berton, St. Petrox (Dartmouth), St. Saviour (Dartmonth),

Clyst Hydon Kenton 'fedbnrn St. Mary Sherford, Slapton, South Pool, Stoke Flerning, Stokenham,

Clyst St. George Littleham 'fopsham Totnes, Townstall

Clyst St. Lawrence Lympstone Upton Pyne Hundred of Colyton :-Branscombe, Colyton, Cotleigh,

Clyst St. Mary Mamhead Whirnple Farway, Monkton, North Leigh, Offwell, Seaton and Beer,

Colaton Raleigh Nether Exe Whitestone Shute, South Leigh, Widworthy

Doddiscombsleigh Otterton WithecombeHaleigh Hundred of Crediton :--.Colebrooke, Crediton, Kenner·

Dotton Pinhoe Woodbury leigh, Morchard Bishop, Newton St. Cyres, Sandford, Sher-

SouTH MoLTON UNION. wood Villa

Bishops Nympton Exmoor(Somerset) Rackenford Hundred of East Budleigh :-Aylesbeare, Bicton, Clyst

Burrington Filleigh Rornansleigh St. George, Clyst St. Mary, Colaton Raleigh, East Budleigh,

Charles George Nympton, Rose Ash Farringdon, Gittisham, Harpford, Honiton Clyst, Littleham,

Cbeldon or Nympton 1::\t. Scatterleigh Lympstone, Otterton, Rockbeare, Salcombe Regis, Sidbury,

Chittlehamholt George South Molton Sidrnouth, Yenn Ottery, Withycombe Raleigh, Woodbury

Chittlehampton King's Nympton 'fwitchen Hundred of Ermington :-Higbury, Cornwood, Erming-

Chulmleigh Knowstone Warkleigh ton,Harford, Holbeton, Kingston, Modbury, :Ye" ton Ferrer!.l,

Creacombe Mariansleigh West Anstey Ringmore, Ugborough

East Anstey Mesbaw WestBucklaml Hundred of Exrninster :-Ashcombe, Asbton, Bishop's

East Buckland Molland Witheridge Teignton, Chudlei_gh, Dawlish, Doddiscombsleigh, Dunchi-

East Worlington North Molton deock, East Teignmouth, Exminster, Ide, Kenn, Kenton,

DIRECTORY.] DEYONSHIRE.

Mamhead, Powderham, Shillingford St. George, Trusham, City of Exeter :-.!.llh~llows, Goldsmith-street,Allhallows-

West Teignmouth on-the-Walls, [email protected] circus, Bradninch, Castleyard, Close

Hundred of Fremington :-Alverdiscott, Fremington, of St. Peter's Cathedral, Holy Trinity, St. David,St. Edmund,

Great Torrington, Horwood, Huntshaw, Instow, Newton St. George-the-Martyr, St. John, St. Kerrian, St. Lawrence,

Tracey, Roborough,St. Giles-in-the-Wood, Tawstock, West- St. Leonard, St. Martin, St. Mary Arches, St. Mary Major,

leigh St. Mary Steps, St. Olave, St. Pancras, St. Paul, St. Petrock,

Hundred of Halberton :-Halberton, Highley St. Mary St. Sid well, St. Stephen

(part of), Sampford Peverell, Uplowman (part of), & Wil- Borough of Plymouth :-St. Andrew, Charles-the-Martyr

land Borough of Tavistock: Calstock, Tavistock

Hundred of Hartland :-Clovelly, Hartland, Welcombe,

Woolfardiswortby, Yarnscombe The Devon County Lunatic Asylum, half a mile north from

Hundred of Hayridge :-Bickleigh, Blackborough, Brad- Exminster, is a commodious building, originally built at

ninch, Hroadhembury, Cadbury, Cadeleigh, Cullompton, a cost of £93,400, and opened July 22, 1845: a new wing,

Feniton, Kentisbeare, Nether Exe, Payhembury, Plymtree, chapel and sanatorium were added in 1877 at a cost of about

Bbeldon, Silverton, Talaton, Thorverton £r2,5oo, and further alterations have since been made,

Hundred of Haytor :-Abbotskerswell, Berry Pomeroy, bringing the total cost of the building to about £qo,ooo;

Brixham, Broadhempston, Buckland-io-the-Moor, Churston considerable additions are now (r893) about to be made,

l<'errers, Cockington, Coffinswell, Denbury, Ipplepen, Kiogs- providing for 400 patients, at an estimated cost of £4o,ooo ;

kerswell, Kingswear, Little Hempstoo, Marldon, Paignton, the asylum is at present available for r,ogo patients; George

St. Mary Church, Staverton, Stoke Gabriel, Torbrian, Tor- James Symes SaundersM.n., D.P.H. superintendent; Robert

moham (Torquay), Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, Wolborough ClappL.R.C.P. LOnd. senior assistant medical officer; Thomas

(Newton Abbot), Woodland Hamilton Ward M.B., c.M. and William Brendon Curgenven

Hundred of Hemyock :-Awliscombe, Buckerell, Dunkes- L.R.C.P.LOnd. junior assistant medical officers; Rev. John

well B. Williams B.A. chaplain; Arthur Ward, clerk to visitors;

Hundred of Lifton :-Bradstone, Bratton, Clovelly, Bride- Frederick Sanders, clerk to Asylum; F. Pollard, auditor.

st.owe, Broadwood Widger, Coryton, Dartmoor Forest, The Western Counties Idiot Asylum, at Starcross, the

Dunterton, Germansweek, Kelly, Lamerton,Lew Trenchard, foundation stone of which was laid on April 9, r874, by

Lidford, Lifton, Marystowe, Okehampton, St. Mary Tavy, Lady Anna Maria Courtenay, is a building of grey limestone,

Sourton, Stowford, Sydenham Damerel, Thrushelton, Vir- relieved with dressings of buff brick and Bath stone, in the

ginstowe Early English style, and was opened in June, 1877 ; it con-

Hundred of North Tawton :-Ashreigney or Rings Ash, sists of central block, with north and south wings, the

Atherington, Bondleigh, Bow or Nymet Tracey, Brushford, central block comprising the administrative department and

.Burrington, Chawleigh, Chulmleigh, Clannaborough, Cola- the residence of the superintendent ; the northern wing being

ridge, Dolton, Dowland, Down St. Mary, Eggesford, High appropriated to boys and the southern to girls; the dinmg

Bickington, Lapford, North Tawton, Nymet RowLmd, hall, a fine apartment, is 100 by 20 feet in area, and contains

Wembworthy, Winkleigh, Zeal Monachorum an organ, the gift of friends of the children : additions hM·e

Hundred of Ottery St. Mary :-Ottery St. Mary also been made to the buildings, so that the asylum is now

Hundred of Plympton :-Brixton, Plympton Earl (or available for 140 boys and 8o girls; the entire cost has ex-

rlympton St. Maurice), Plympton St. Mary, Plymstock, ceeded [27,000; the institution is supported by payments

Revelstoke, Shaugh Prior, Wembury, Yealmpton for the maintenance of the patients, augmented by voluntarJ

Hundred of Roborough :-Beerferris, Bickleigh, Buckland contributions; Edgar Rich'lrd Senhouse Lipscombe L.R.C.P.

Monachorum, Compton Gifford, Egg Buckland, Laira Green, LOnd.medical officer; William Locke,resident superintendent

Meavy, Pennycross or Weston Peverell, St. Budeaux, St. and sec.; Thomas M. Snow, treas11rer; Mrs. Locke,matron.

Peter Tav yF(ooliroPtte, tWeraTlkahvaym)1p Sampford Spiney, Sheepstor, The Royal Military Hospital is at Stoke, on the margin of
Tamerton ton, Whitchurch the Stonehouse Pool ; it was built in 1797, and has a colonnade

Hundred of Shebbear :-Abbotsham, Alwington, :13eaford, of 41 arches, forming a fine promenade for the sick; the

Bideford, Buckland Brewer, Buckland Filleigh, Bulkworthy, hospital is available for 286 patients.

East Putford, Frithelstock, Huish, Iddesleigh, Landcross, The Royal Naval Hospital, to the north of Stonehousc,

Langtree, Littleham., Little Torrington, Lundy Island, Mar- near the Pool, is directly opposite to the Royal Militar:v

land Peters,Meeth, Merton, Monkleigh, Newton St. Petrock, Hospital on the Stonehouse side of the water: it was built

.Xortham, Parkham, Perrockstow, Shebbear, Sheepwash, in 1762, for the reception of seamen and marines, and oc-

Wear Gifford cupies an area of 24 acres; from 6oo to 700 patients can be

Hundred of Shirwell :-Arlington, Brendon, Challacombe, received here, and there are residences for the various officers,

Charles, Countisbury, Highhray, Loxhore, Lynton, Mu- surgeons and chaplains.

tinhoe, Parracombe, Shirwell, Stoke Rivers North Devon IntiriDll.ry, Barnstaple, is a large buildin):",

Hundred of South Molton: Berry Narbor, Bishop's Taw- surrounded by well laid out grounds, near the Taw Va~e

ton, Chittlehampton, East Anstey, George Nympton (or parade, overlooking the river; it was founded in r8z5, and

Nympton St. George), Knowlstone, Landkey,Mollaud,North has been several times enlarged and remodelled from designs

Molton, Satterleigh, South Molum, Swimbridge (or Swym- of Mr. R. D. Gould, architect; a wing was added some time

bridge), Twitchen, Warkleigh, West Anstey since and another in 1883, from a gift by the late Mi1<s

Hundred of Stanborough:-Aveton Gifford, Buckfast- Bassett, of Watermouth; large new reception rooms for out-

leigh, Church Stow, Dartington, Dean Prior, Diptford, Dod- patients have also been added, at the cost of Dr. R. Rudd, to

brooke, Holme, Kingsbridge, Loddiswell,Marlborough, More- the memory of the late Earl Fortescue, d. Sept. 4, r88r. The

leigh or Morley, North Hnish, Rattery, South Brent, South Infirmary is available for above roo patients, and is generally

Huish, South Milton, T.hurlestone, 'Vest Alvington, Wood· quite full, the annual expenditure being about £r,7oo, it is

leigh maintained entirely by voluntary contributions ; Richard

Hundred of Tavistock :-Milton Abbot, Tavistock Budd M. D. consulting physician; Charles Hanlen Gamble,

Hundred of Teignbridge :-Ashburton, Bickington, Bovey consulting surgeon; Joseph Harper L.R.C.P.Lood. James

Tracey, Hennock, Highweek (Newton Abbot), Ideford, Wood Cooke, Mark Jackson :n.n. & Henry Wilson McConnel

Ilsington, Kingsteignton, Lustleigh, Manaton, Moreton M.A., M.B. surgeons and Francis Penny, house surgeon;

Hampstead, North Bovey, Teigngrace Edward Brown, surgeon-dentist; Rev. Richard Jarratt,

Hundred of Tiverton :-Calverleigh, Highley St. Mary chapltJ.in; John Bridgman, sec.; Miss L. Dceble, matron.

(part), Huntsham, Loxbeare, Tiverton, Uplowman (part) The South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital, Plymouth,

Hundred of West Budleigh :-Cheriton Fitzpaine, Pang- was erected at a cost of about £4o,ooo, and is a building of

hill, Stockleigh English, Stockleigh Pomeroy, Shobrooke, native lime~tone in the Renaissance style, from designs by

Upton Helions, Washfield Mr. H. E. Coe, architect, of London, consisting of five bloclis

Hundred of Witheridge :-Bishop's Nympton, Childon, united by covered corridors, a porter's lodge, mortuary, post-

Creacombe, CI'Uwys Morchard, East Worlington, King's mortem rooms aud carriage shed. The east wing is assigned

Nympton, :Marianleigh, Meshaw, Oakford, Puddington, to women and children, the centre to men, and the west

Rackenford, Romansleigh, Rose Ash, Stoodleigh, Templeton, wing is reserved for cases of accident ; and near the latter i~

Thelbridge, Washford Pyne, West Worlington, Witherid;_;e, an annexe for infections <:ases. On the north side is the

'Voolfardisworthy nurses' institute, occupied by trained nurses, who may be

Hundred of Wonford :- Alphington, Bramfordspeke, sent out to various parts of the counties as required. There

Bridford, Chagford, Cberiton Bishop, Christow, Combe-in- are beds for 13opatients, and space is left for doubling the

Teignhead, Dotton, Drewsteignton, L>onsford, East Ogwell, size of the east and west wings if necessary : in 1892 there

Gidleigh, Haccombe, Heavitree, Hittisleigh, Holeo~be were I, 132 in-patients and 2, uo oat-patients; Charles

Burnell, Huxham, No Man's Land or Fair Park, Pinhoe, Pol- Rooke Prance M.D. and Robert Hogarth ClayK.D. physicians;

timore, Rewe, St. Leonard, St. Nicholas, St. Thomas-the- Francis Fox, consulting surgeon; Counell Wbtpple L.R.C.P.

Apostle, South Tawton, Sowton, Spreyton, Stoke Canon, Loud. William Square L.R.C.P.Lond. and Paul Swain F.R.c.s.

Stoke-in-Teignhead,Tedburn St.Mary,Throwieigh,Topsham, xng. surgeons; Robert Harry Hughes M •.&., H. B. Reginald

Upton Pyne, West OgweH, Whitestone Horace Lacy M.B., C.H. and Waiter Ley Woollcombe L.R.C.P.

Devonport Borough :-Stoke Damerel, E1.st Stonehouse LOud. assistant surgeons; R. Stanley Thomas M..&., u.B.,

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:o.c. senior house surgeon; C. Hamilton Whiteford L.R.c.P. Gibbs in _the Bishop of the diocese as trustee. The Home

Loud. assistant house surgeon; Charles Foulger Tubbs, is now available for 76 boys : it is maintained by voluntary

surgeon-dentist; J. Waiter Wilson, hon. sec. · contributions and manageq. by a ce>mmittee; Rev. Franctis

The Devon and Exeter Hospital, in Soutbernhay, Exeter, Abraham Souper ~r.A. chaplain and sec.

was first founded in 1741 ; the present hospital, opened in •
1743, has been considerably enlarged at various dates, and is
PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIO~ OF

an extensive brick building, containing about 214 beds and DEVONSHIRE.

a good medical library, established in ;r838: a chapel for Devon formerly returned six members in three divisions,
the use of the patients was erected in x866 at the sole but under the provisions of the Redistribution of Seats Act,
expense of the late Arthur Kempe esq. The average yearly 1885, it now returns eight members in eight divisions
number of in-patients for the last 10 years ending 1892 was No. r.-The Eastern or Honiton division comprises the
r,23o, and of out-patients 2,o5o; A. Drake M.D. consulting sessional divisions of Axminster, Honiton, Ottery &
physician; Henry Davy M.D. Arthur G. Blomfield M.D. and VVoodbury
·
William Gordon M.A., M.B., B.c. physicians; ·Arthur James No. 2.-The North Eastern or Tiverton division comprises
Cumming and Thomas Wilson Caird, consulting surgeons; the sessional divisions of Cullompton & Wonford (except
James Bankart M.B. John Delpratt Harrjs, Edward James so much as is comprised in the Parliamentary borough of
Domville L.R.C.P.LOnd. and Charles Edward Wallace Bell Exeter) & the municipal borough of Tiverton
L.R.C.P.Edin. surgeons; Henry Andrew L.R C.P.Lond. house No. 3.-The Northern or South Molton division compriseS'
surgeon; Montague Cutcliffe L.R.C.P.Lond. assistant house the sessional divisions of Crediton, Great Torrington &
surgeon; Rev. J. D. Kavanagh, chaplain; George A. South Molton & the municipal borough of South Molton

'l'ownsend, secretary; Charles Cole, surveyor. No. 4.-The ~orth Western or Barnstaple division com-

Dartmoor convict prison, built in r8o61 at a cost of prises the sessional divisions of Bideford & Braunton &;.
£127,000, consists of an extensive series of buildings, con- the municipal boroughs of Barnstaple & Bideford

structed principally of granite from the neighbouring moor : No. s.-The Western or 'favistock division comprises the

the outer wall incloses an area of about 30 acres; the prison sessional divisions of Hatherleigh, Holsworthy, Lifton,

itself comprises five rectangular buildings, each about 300 Midland Roborough, Roborough & Tavistock & the

feet long by 50 broad, and residences for the governor, municipal boroughs of Devonport & Plymouth

deputy-governor and officers : the principal gateway is No. 6.-The Southern or Totnes division comprises the

formed of huge granite blocks, on which the inscription sessional divisions of Ermington & Plympton & Stan-

" Parcere Subjectis " is roughly cut. Considerable additions borough & Coleridge & the municipal borough of TGtnes

were made to the buildings by the convicts in 1874, and No. 7.-The. Torquay division comprises the sessional divi-
further extensions have since been made ; Captain Frank sion of Paignton & the municipal borough of Dartmouth
Johnson, governor; Capt. William M. T. Synge, deputy- No. 8.-The Mid or Ashburton division comprises theses~
governor; Rev. Clifford Rickards BA. chaplain; Rev. sional divisions of Crockernwell & Teignbridge
Father Coleman, Catholic chaplain; William Simpson Frew Under the provisions of the above-mentioned .Act, the
M. B., c. M. medical officer; Percy Robert Mander L. R.C.P. parliamentary boroughs of Barnstaple, Tavistock and Tiver-
Lond.assist. medical officer; Robert Flew, steward; William ton were disfranchi;;ed
Male, chief clerk; .Augustus Hardy, chief warder.
H. M. Prison, at Exeter, was completed in 1790, under MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

an .Act of Parliament obtained in 1787, but in 1853 was re- East division.-Sir John Henry Kennaway hart. M.A., D.L.,

erected on the plan of the model prison at Pentonville, and J.P. Escot, Ottery St. Mary; & 14 Hyde Park square w

wiU hold 363 prisoners of both sexes ; Capt. Lee Percy Penne- & Carlton & .Athenamm clubs, London s w

thorne, governor; Rev. John Pitkin, chaplain; John Mid division.-Right Hon. Charles Seale-Hayne P.C,,J.P.

Mortimer M.B. surgeon; Wi1Iiam James Humphry, chief Kingswear castle, Dartmouth; Pitt house, Cbudleigh ; &

clerk and clerk to the visitors. . 6 Upper :Belgrave street. & Reform club, London s w

H. M. Prison, Plymouth, erected in 1849, at a cC>St of about North division.-George Lambert esq. Spreyton house

£ r2,soo, is a building of blue limestone, with Caen stone Spreyton, Bow R.S.O. North Devon & National Liberal
dressings, in the Italian style ; it contains So cells for club, London s w

prisoners; Robert Rainford, governor; Rev. Joseph Jones, North East division.-Lieut.-Col. Sir Wi1liam Hood

chaplain; Sedley Wolferstan L.R.C.P. Lond. surgeon. Walrond hart. D.L., J.P. Bradfield, Cullompton; & 65

At :Bovey Tracey is the Devon House of Mercy for the Cadogan sq. & Carfton & St. Stephen's clubs, London s w

Reception of Fallen Women; it was established in 1861, and North Western division.-Alfred Billson esq. Ulverscroft,.

formally opened in x863, the foundation stone of the per- Oxton, Cheshire; & Devonshire & National Liberal clubs,
manent. house being laid by the late Earl of Devon in 1865; London s w ,
90 inmates are received from all parts of the country and South division.-Francis Bingham Mildmay esq. B.~., J.P.
instructed, with the view to their establishment in some Flete, Ivybridge, S. Devon; & 46 Berkeley square,.

respectable calling. The institution is supported by volun- London w

tary contributions, and is in the care of members of the Torquay division.-Ricbard Mallock esq. J.P. Copldngwn
Clewer (Windsor) Sisterhood. In connection with this house court, near Torquay ; & Carlton club, London s V{

is St. Gabriel's Mission for work among the poor, carried on Western division.-Henry Courtenay Fownes Luttrell esq.

by the same Sisterhood; the Bishop of Exeter, visitor; the Dunster court, Dunster R. S. 0. Somerset ; & .Arthur'& &
Rev. the Hon. Canon Charles Leslie Courtenay M. A. warden; National Liberal clubs, London s w

Rev.Thomas Ernest Bignold, sub-warden; Rev. Prebendary NAVAL & MILITARY.
Harry TudorM.A. hon.sec.; Henry Ferguson esq.hon.treas.
Plymouth & Devonport form a great naval & ll}ilitary
Devon and Exeter Female Home and Penitentiary, in station within fortified lines
Holloway street, Exeter, founded in r8r9, is a large building
of brick and stone, available for so inmates; Edward James Devonport is the seat of a naval command & has extensive
docks for building & refitting H. M. ships of war, & it is also
Domville L.R.c.P. Lond. surgeon and hon. sec. ; Rev. F. L. the seat of the Military Commander-in-Chief for the western
Bazeley M.A. chaplain ; Mrs. Amelia Edbrooke, matron.
Devon and Exeter Reformatory for Boys, .Hrampford district of England ; & the bead quarters of Plymouth
wood, Brampford Speke, Exeter, will hold 30 boys and now division of Royal Marines is at Stonehouse, adjoining. For
( 1893) contains 27 ; William Harris, supt. ; Miss Maud M. full particulars see page 400
Exeter is the depot of Regimental district No. u, the
Harris, matron.
Devon and Exeter Female Reformatory, Polsloe road, Devonshire Regiment, which is comp'osed of the xst & 2nd.
Exeter, a plain brick building, was established in 1835, for Battalions (nth Foot) & the 2nd Devon Militia & the xst
the employment and instruction of girls, and was enlarged Devon Militia comprising its 3rd & 4th Battalions respec-
as a reformatory school in 1858; Thomas M. Snow, hon. tively. Full particulars are given at page 183

treasurer; Henry Davy M.D. and Edward Alexander Brash VOLUNTEERS.

L.R.C.P. Lond. hon. medical officers ; Joseph Gould, sec. ; YEOMANRY CAVALRY,

Miss Eliza Grindon, matron. Devon Yeomanry Brigade.

The British Seamenrs Orphans' Home, at Brixham, for Brigade office, 7 Palace gate, Exeter.

the western counties, was originally establishe<;l at Rock Commanding Brigade, The Senior Commanding Off\cer.

House, in xBsg, by the late William Gibbs esq. of Tyntes- Brigade Adjutant, Capt. H. C. Higgs.

field, near Bristol, for the purpose of making provision for tst Royal Devon, Sta:ff-Hon. Col. Lord Courtenay, ,corn•

the orphan sons of seamen; and subsequently a new building mander ; Hon. Col. C.. A, W. 'froyte, secop.d in command;

adjoining Rock House was opened in Dec. 1863 and com- Surgeon-Capt. F. Morgan, medical officer; Veterinary-

pleted in 1864 ; in 1873 these premises were enlarged, and Major JosephAlbert CollingsH.R..c.v.s. veterinary officer;

in 1875 a separate school room for 50 boys. was erected at Rev. E. J. G. Dupuis M.A, hon. chaplain; J. ';rho.rpe,

the cost of the .Baroness Burdett-Coutts. .An entirely new regimental sergeant-major; W. F. Auburn, permanent
wing was built by subscription in 1888-9 at a. cost of £ x,4oo. staff sergeant-major; head quarters & stores, Palace gate,.

The freehold of the Home and RoGk House and its ground$, Exeter. Squadrons-.A,, lfo:f!, MajoJ.'.Sir John Shelley, Pilr.t.
,now the chaplain's .residence, have been vested by Mrs. commander; W. Merry, quartermaste~, C.rediton ~ .H,

DmECTORY.] DEVONSHIRE.· 't

Capt. E. J. Sanders,commander; F. Pyle, quartennaster, G, Capt. L. A. D. Montague, High street, Crediton; H,

Stoke hill, Exeter ; C, Hon. Major J. H. F. Ley, com- Capt. L. Fitz Herbert F. Wallcott, Dawlish; I, Capt. H.

mander; W. Beer, quartermaster, Newton Abbot H. Cordes, Drill hall, Somerset place, Teignmouth

Royal North Devon (Hussars), Viscount H. F. Ebrington, 2nd Volunteer Battalion (Prince of Wales') Devonshire

lieut.-col. commanding; Hon. C. J. R. Hepburn-Stuart- Regiment, Hon. Col. Thomas Pitts, commanding; Hon.

Forbes-Trefusis, major; Surgeon·Lieut. H. W. Mc- Lieut.-Col. W. T. Spearman & P. S. SneH, majors ; Capt.

ConnelM.B. medical officer; Veterinary-Lieut. W. Pen- Leonard Christopher Peters R.H. adjutant; W. V. Gould,

hale F.R.c. v.s. veterinary officer; head quarters, New- quartermaster ; head quarters & Drill hall, Prospect place,

port, Barnstaple. Squadrons :-Capt. H. H. J. Drum- Millbay, Plymouth. Companies-A, Capt. G. Ryall ; B,

mond, commander; T. Tanton, quartermaster, Well Capt. J. J. Marshall; C, Capt. J. C. Alien; D (Mounted

street, Torrington; B, Capt. J. S. FoHett, commander ; Co.), Capt. G. Crake_; E, Capt. A. A. Carnell & F, Capt.

J. Dullam, quartennaster, Newport, Barnstaple; C, Capt. J. P. <.toldsmith; Rev. George Benton Berry B.A. & Rev.

R. P. Whyte, commander; J. Alford, quartermaster, W. St. Aubyn M. A. acting chaplains, Prospe<-1; pi. Millbay,

South Molton; D, Capt. W. N. Hoare, commander; T. Plymouth ; G, H, & I, Hon. Major E. Willis, command-

Barfitt, quartermaster, " West Country" ant of detachment; G, Capt. St. Maur-Hill; H, Capt. J.

ARTILLERY. E. C. Wilson; I, Major E. Willis,Dril1 hall, Cherry Garden

xst Devonshire, Western Division, Royal Artillery. Bat- street, Devonpor~; K, Capt. J. Dawson Spooner & L,
Lieut. John Squire ; Surgeon-Lieut. C. C. Brodrick,
talion Sta:ff-Hon. Col. H. C. Adams, commanding; medical officer, Bedford square, Tavistock
Hon. Lieut.-Col. P. A. Keating & Hon. Lieut.-Col. W.
3rd Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment. Battalion
Brock, majors; Capt. H. W. Isles R.A. adjutant ; A. Staff-Hon. Col. C. A. W. Troyte, commanding; Hon.
Zeeley, quartermaster; Surgeon-Lieut.-Col. J. Barton,
Lieut.-Col. Sir J. H. Kennaway hart. &J. Foster, majors;
medical officer; Veterinary-Lieut. J. P. Heath M.R.C. v.s. Capt. H. H. Bedingfeld, adjutant; Hon. Capt. J. W.
Bennett, quartermaster; head quarters, 7 Well street,
veterinary officer; Rev. H. J. Rathborne M.A. hon. chap- Exeter. Companies-A, Major J. l''oster, Drill hall, The
lain; Rev. T. MacClelland B.A. acting chaplain; head
Green, Cullompton ; B, Capt. J. A. Orchard, Town hall,
quarters, Holloway street, Exeter. Companies-xst, Sidmonth; C, Capt. E. C. Nicoletts, Hampton R.S. 0. ;
D, Capt. James Bidwell; armoury, High street; drill
Capt. & Hon. Major Frederick Ralph Carr; Surgeon- hall, Dowell street, Honiton; E, Capt. Arthur Fisher;
Lieut.-Col. George Pigott Barton, medical officer, Surgeon-Lieut. W. R. Haydon l\I.D. medical officer, New-

Lympstone; 2nd, Hon. Major Lord Churston ; Surgeon- port st. Tiverton; Capt. W. J. P. Whitaker, Town hall,
Lieut. George Clement Searle, medical officer: Rev. Ottery St. Mary; G, Lieut. J. W. Roberts, Queen street,

Stuart Sim M. A. acting chaplain; Drill ball, New Colyton; H, Capt. John Cann, jnn. Castle hill, Axminster
Market buildings; head quarters, 2 New road, Brixham;
4th Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment. Battalion
3rd, Capt. Whiteway Wilkinson; Surgeon-Lieut. C. F. Staff-col. E. S. Walcott C.B. commanding; Hon~ Lieut.-
Col. George Pearse, major; Capt. P. U. W. Vigors, ad-
Rudd, medical officer; Rev. Richard M. Marsh-Dunn,
chaplain; headquarters, Devon Arms, Northumberland jutant; head quarters, Castle street, Barnstaple. Corn

place, Teignmouth ; 4th, Capt. Henry P. Jarman, Drill panies-A, Capt. J. Bosson; B, Capt. A. F. Seldon;
hall, Tor square, Torquay ; 5th, Capt. Edward Steel-
Surg.-Lieut.-Col. Joseph Harper L.R.C.P.LOnd. medical
Parkins & 6th, Capt. W. T. M. Snow, Holloway st. Exeter; officer; Rev. F. King, acting chaplain, Castle street
Barnstaple ; C, Hon. Lient.-Col. George Pearse, Hather-
7th, Hon. Major Herbert C. Adams ; Surgeon-Lieut.
Joseph W. Hodgson, medical officer; Rev. Wilham Powell leigh ; D, Capt. H. C. Biddell, The Market hall, Okehamp-
Alford M.A. acting chaplain ; head quarters, The Beach ; ton ; E, Capt. Gilbert Gorton ; Surgeon-Lient. Ezekiel

drill hall, Ferry road & Exmouth battery, Exmouth ; Rouse, medical officer, Drill hall, Queen st. Bideford; F,
8th, Capt. John Gidley; Surgeon-Lieut. M. P. Deas M.D.
Capt. H. L. Mallet, Calf st. Torrington; G, Rev. F. King
medical officer, Heavitree, Exeter; 9th, Capt. 'f. B.
M.A. chaplain in command, Armoury, East st. So. Molton
Eastley; Rev. H. T. Pinchin M.A. chaplain, Drill hall, sth Volunteer Battalion (The Hay Tor) Devonshire Regi-

Public hall, Paignton; xoth, Hon. Major E. J. Slade-King: ment. Battalion Staff-Lord Clifford, lieut.~col.; Hon.

Re-v-_ Rt. E. Gotto M.A. acting chaplain; head quarters & Lieut.-Col. P. T. S. Amery, L. E. Bearne & J. H. Square,

armoury, 2 Croft side, High street, Ilfracombe majors; Capt. G. J. Ellicombe, adjutant; Hon. Capt. J.
2nd Devonshire, Western Division, Royal Artillery. Batta-
Blackler, quartermaster; head quarters, East st. Newton
lion Staff-Hon. Col. C. W. Thompson, commanding; R.
Abbot. Companies-A, Capt. S. Tozer; Rev. W. M.
•r. Stevens & P. R. Hockin, majors; Capt. W. H. 0. Birch M.A. acting chaplain; Station road, Ashburton; Bt
Capt. William J. Rowell; Surgeon-Capt. W. G. Scott M.B.
Kemmis, adjutant ; head quarters, 14 Paradise place,
Stoke, Devonport. Companies-No. x, Major Philip R. medical officer; Rev. G. T. Warner M.A. acting chaplain,
Hockin; Surgeon-Capt. A. K. Crossfield L.R.C.P. & Sur-
geon-Lieut. F. A. Davson M.D. medical officers; No. 2, Newton Abbot; C, Capt. A. Michelmore; Surg.-Lieut. L.
J. C. Rains, medical officer; annonry, South st. Totnes;
Lieut. W. J. Shaw, Salcombe & Lieut. A. Bellamy,
Plympton St. Mary; No. 3, Capt. F. P. Wharton; No. 4, D, Capt. Charles H. Wade, Chndleigh; E, Capt. the Hon.

Capt. W. Earl; No. 5, Capt. A. H. Pethick; No. 6, Capt. H. V. Duncombe; Surg.-Lieut. Wm. Hy. Webb, medical
R. T. Stevens; No. 7, Capt. J. H. Trehane; No. 8 Capt.
officer; Rev. T. C. Lewis F.R.H.s. acting chaplain; Fore
E. H. Tuckett, Stoke ; No. 9, Capt. Sir Harold G. Hewett, street, Kingsbridge ; F, Capt. W. A. Dixon ; Rev. B. R.
hart. Devonport
Hiry M. A. acting chaplain, Drill hall, Rock road, Torquay ;
CADET CORPS. . G, Capt. R. K Tucker, Buckfastleigh; H, no commandant
Mannamead School, Plymouth, S. P. Munro, hon. captain

ENGINEERS. appointed, Torquay

xst Devonshire & Somersetshire R. E. Hon. Col. E. Apple- CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE.
- ton, corn. ; T. J. Scoones, major; Capt. C. E. Commeline
R.E. adjutant; J. P. Curtis, quartermaster; head quar- Devon & Cornwall, W. H. Jago, sec. xo Frankfortst.Plymth
. ters office, 7 Bedford circus, Exeter. Companies-A, Capt. Devon, B. J. Ford, sec. West Sou~he:mhay, Exeter

'fhomas Dixon Cook; B, Capt. R. G. Fenton; Drill hall, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

Rock road, Torquay; C, Capt. H. G. Norrington; D,

Lieut. C. T. W. Finch; drill hall, James street, Exeter Exeter, Sir Stafford Northcote hart. M.P. president; E.

RIFLES. Scammell, hon. sec.; City chambers, Gandy st. Exeter
Port of Plymouth Incorporated, Earl of Morley, president;
Under the Home Defenee Mobilisation Scheme the follow-
ing five Battalions form, with the xst & 2nd V. B. Duke of Frank C. Barter, sec. Municipal buildings, Plymouth

Cornwall Light Infantry, the Plymouth Brigade. FAIRS AND MARKETS.

Head quarters, Ivybridge. Appledore, market days, wednesday & saturday

Commanding Brigade, Hon. Major-Gen. M. A. H. J. Heriot Ashburton, first thnrsday in March & June, Augnst w, &

Brigade-Major, Major F. M. Eden November n, if on tuesday or thursday, if not then on

Supply & Transport Officer, Major L. E. Bearne the first tuesday or thursday after : store cattle market,

Brigade-Surgeon, Lieut.-Col. D. Thompson third saturday in every month; market day, saturday

xst Volunteer Battalion (Exeter & South Devon) Devonshire Axminster, tuesday after April25, tuesday after June 24 &

Regiment. Battalion Staff-Hon. Col. Sir William Hood the wed. after Oct. xo; market day, thurs,; cattle market

Waldron M.P. commanding; Capt. F. C. Briggs, adjutant; every alternate thurs. & meat market everytues. & thurs

Hon. Captain Daniel Edward Mudge, quartermaster; Bampton, Whit tuesday & the last thursday in October, for

Surgeon-Major John D. Harris, medical officer; Rev. J. cattle, sheep & horses; the latter is celebrated for its large

Dangar D.D. chaplain ; head quarters, Bedford circus, sale of Exmoor ponies ; two great markets are held on the

Exeter. Companies-A, Capt. William Luxmore Jones; wednesday before March 25, & the last wed. in Nov

B, Capt. George Roberts Shorto; C, Hon. Major William Barnstaple, first wednesday preceding September 20, for

Sandford Mortimer; D, Hon. Major W. C. Richards; E, three days; market day, friday

Capt. W. Weeks, Drill hall, Bedford circus, Exeter; F, Berry Narbor, an annual revel first sun. after St. Peter's day

Color-Sergt. A. Roberts in charge, Ferry rd. Exmouth; Bideford, market days, tuesday & saturday

DEVONSHIRE. [KELLY'S·

'

Bratton Clovelly, second tucs.in :May & first tues.after Oct. 19 Lifton, February I3

:Bratton Fleming, Aug. 19, for cattle Membury, August 10, but is in disuse

South Brent,last tuesday in April & September, for cattle & Milton Abbot, first wednesday in July

a cattle market on the last tues. in February, Aug. &Nov Modbury, May 4, for stock; market day, thur.sday, for corn;

:Brixham market days, tuesday & saturday cattle market, second monday in every month

Burlescombe, cattle market last monday in the month North Molton, first wednesday after May 12 & last wednes-

Burrington, Trinity Monday, for cattle & sheep day in October, for cattle

Chagford, first thursday in May, September & October & South Molton, third wednesday in June & the wednesday

last thurs. in March, for cattle & sheep; market day, sat after August 25 ; market days, thursday & saturday:

Chawleigh, May 6; monthly market for cattle, sheep, horses, cattle mark,ets, first thursday in every month

produce & implements on every second wednesdayexcept Moreton Hampstead, third thursday in July & November;

in September & December,when it is on the first wednesday market day, tuesday

Cheriton Bishop, wednesday in Whitsun week, for pleasure Newton Abbot, first wednesday after June 24, for horses,

Chulmleigh, Easter wednesday & the last wed. in July cattle & general merchandise first wednesday after Sep-

Churchingford, Jan. 25 & 26 & the last friday in April tember n, for horses, cattle,cbeese, onions &general mer-
Churston Ferrers, cattle market, fourth mon. in each month chandise, & St. Leonard's fair on the first wednesday after
Nov. 6; market day, wed.; cattle market, last wed, in Feb
Colyford, March

Colyton, third'tuesday in April & second tuesday in October Okehampton, second tuesday after March n ; market day,

Crediton, for ple11sure, on August 22 & five following days, saturday ; cattle market, first saturday in every month

if that date should fall on a tuesday, wednesday or thurs- Ottery St. Mary, tuesday before Palm sunday, the second
day, but if not, then on the tuesday succeeding; market tuesday after Whit sunday & August 15; market day,
d:1y, Saturday; monthly cattle market, third thursday in thursday ; cattle market, third tuesday in every month

every month except December, on the saturday before the Paracombe, August rS, for cattle & sh('ep

last wednesday, the great market is held, which is the Plymouth, market days, tuesday, thnrsday & saturday

largest cattle fair in the West of England Plympton St. Maurice, cattle market, first mon.in each mon

Cnllompton1 first wednesday in :May & November; market Sampford Peverell, mon. before last wed. in April, for cattle
day, saturday ; cattle market first wed. in every month Sandford, third mon. in Mar. &mon. afterJuly26, for cattle

Culmstock, May 21, for cattle Sidbury, wednesday before September 20, for cattle & cheese

Dartmouth, market day, friday; market every second toes- Sidmouth, Easter monday & the third monday in Septem-

day for sheep & cattle · ber for cattle ; market days, thursday & saturday

Dawlish, Easter monday, for pleasure Silverton, second thursday in Jt'ebruary & first thurs. in July

Devonport, market days, tuesday, thursday & saturday Starcross, Whitsun wednesday, for pleasure

Dodbrooke, cattle market, third wednesday in every month Stockland, first wednesday after June n, for stock

Dolton, markets in December, February & April Tavistock, second wednesday in every month, for cattle &

Dunsford, monday after September 8, for cattle the goose fair on the second wednesday in October, for

Eggesford, market second wednesday in every month except cattle, horses & pleasure; market day, friday

December, when it is held on the first North Tawton, third tues. in April, second tues. in Oct. &

Ermington, June 24 first tues. in Dec. for cattle & horses; market day, thurs

Exeter, third wed. in February &May, last wed. in July, first South Tawton, first thursday after July g, for cattle
thurs.in October & the second wed.in Dec.; market day, fri Teignmouth, market day, saturday

Exminster, May 27, for pleasure Thorverton, last monday in Febru3.ry & the monday afte!'

Exmouth, April 26 & October 2S ; market day, saturday; July IS, for lambs & cattle & a monthly cattle market

cattle market, first tuesday in every month Tiverton, first thursday in June & October, for cattle,

lhrtland, Easter wednesday & September 25, for c11.ttle & horses & sheep ; market day, tuesday

the first wednesday in August & third thursday in October; Topsham, thurs. preceding July Ig, for pedlery; market, sat

annual market for sheep & cattle second saturday in March Torquay, market days, tuesday & saturday

Hatherleigh, May 21, June 22, September 4 & November S, Torrington, first thurs. & two following days in May & first &

unless any of those dates happen to fall on a saturday, second thurs. & two following days in Oct. ;market day,sat

sunday or monday, then the fair is held on the tuesday Totnes, May 12 & October 2S, when those days fall on a

following ; they are all for cattle; market day, tuesday tuesday, Wednesday, thursday or friday & wben they do

Holsworthy, July IO, u & 12; market day, wednesday; not, on the following tuesday; market day, saturday ;

& for cattle, third wed. in every month except July cattle market, first tuesday in every month

Honiton, wednesday & thursday after July 19, for cattle & Uffculme, markets,bi-monthy, second monday in February,

horses; market day, saturday ; two large markets for April, June, August, October & December

c:tttle on second saturday in April, & sat. before Oct. rS Up-Ottery, tuesday before Lady day, for cattle

llfracombe, market day, saturday; annual market, first Whimple, monday before Michaelmas day

saturday after August 22 Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, second tuesday in September, for

Kentisbeare, Whit wednesday for pleasure cattle, & Dartmoor sheep & ponies are bought largely

Kenton, Shrove tuesday Winkleigh, mon. after July 8 & first wed. in Oct. for cattle

Kilmington, first wednesday in September, for cattle Witheridge, last tue<Jday but one in April, first thursday

Kingsbridge, thursday after July 20, for cattle & pleasure & after Midsummer day, first thursday after September 2t

extends to the end of the week ; market day, saturday & the first thursday inNovember, for cattle & sheep

Lew Down, last tuesday before the last wednesday in Nov- Woodbury, Wednesday in Whitsun week, for pleasure

ember&; third wednesday in April

THE STANNARIES OF COBNWALL & DEVON.

Lord Warden of the Stannaries &Chief Steward of the Duchy The Stannaries Courts for Cornwall & Devon are held at

in Cornwall & Devon, Rt. Hon. Earl Ducie P.c., F.R.s Truro, usually in l<'ebruary, May, August & November, the

Receiver-General, Col. Sir Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge Kings- days being fixed at the close of ea('h preceding sitting, &

cote K.C.B the Vice-Warden also often sits el1!ewhere, & in intermediate

Secretary & Keeper of the Records, Maurice Holzmann esq: times, to hear petitions to wind np

Solicitor, Thornhill Bradford Heathcote esq Registration Office for Incorporated Mining Companies

Vi~;e-Warden of the Stannary Courli ia Cornwall & Devon within the Stannaries, The Office of the Registrar of the
Herbert William Fisher esq. H.A Court at 'fruro; hours, IO a. m. to 2 p.m
Assistant Registrar of Joint Stock Companies formed for
Rider & Master Forester of the Forest or Dartmoor, Earl Working Mines within the Jurisdiction of the Court of the
Ducie P.C., F.R.S
· Vice-Warden of the Stannaries1 Frederick Marshall;,.esq.

Steward of the Manor Courts, Maurice Holzmann esq registrar ; office, the Registrar's office, 'fruro



DIRECTORY. :PEVONSH IHE. 0

¥

GEOLOGY OF DE V 0 N SHIRE.


NATURAL· HISTORY & SciE~TIFIC SOC1ETI2S.-:\Iin~rs It is not very difficult to understand the arrangement of

Association of Cornwall & Devonshire; 'fruro: Pap~r;>' the strata of Devonshir~ if we loo'• at them in a broad. wav
and Pro~eedings: Teign Naturalists' Field Club, Teign- onl:r. The oldest rocks, those called De1•onian, form twi)

mouth: Report. Devonshire Assoctatioa for the AJ.vance- · broad bands along the north and south of the count.v,

ment of Science, Literature, and Art; Plymouth: Trans- extending inland from the coast for some 10 or 12 miles in

actions. Plymouth Institution and Devon and Cornwall each case ; these two bands are connected underneath form·

Natural History Soc1ety; Plymouth : Annual Report and in6 a great trough or fold, which IS filled up by rocks of

Transactwns. Torquay Natural History Society; Exeter CaJ•boniferous,JJ.ge, which consequently occupy all the centre

1\at.urahsts' Club and Archreological Association. of Devon, resting upon and in the hollow formed by tile

MusEUMs.-Devonport Museum; The Albert Memorial Devoni~n strata; through t~e souther~ Devonidll. and.
Mu.3eum EKeter. Athenreum l\'luseum Plymouth . Torq uay CarbomfFCous rocks the great 1.ffne?us 17WS~ of the gramte ot
M' ' '' Dartmoor has burst: lastly, frmgmg the east of Dewm we
useum. find beds of Secondary or Mesozoic age ranging from the

PUBLICATION:S OF THE GEOLOGICAL SUR\"EY.-Jfiyps.- t1·zas to .the chalk Inclusively.
Sheets :-2o, Weston-super-Mare, Bridgwatet• and the coast When 'we come to examine the varwus strata 111 detail,

to Culborne, Penarth, Lavernock; 21, Ilminster, Taunton, we shall find immense difficulties, chiefly among the o!tler

Homton, Tiverton, Dulverton; 22, Lyme Regis, Torbay, rocks, arising mainly from their complexity of structure

Exeter; 23, Berry Heai to Start Point, Dartmouth; 24, Bolt and arrangement, and from the manner in which they ]mve

Head to East Looe, Plymouth; 25, Launceston, Tavistock, been altered and dislocated by the volcanic outbursts and

Dartmoor: 26, Bileford, HoJsworthy, Batherleigh ; 27 Fore- great earth-movements which formerly were most acti,·ely

land to Barnst,;pll Bay.-Books.-Geology of Cornwall, at work in this regiOn.
Davon, and West ~omerset, by De la Beche, 14S. Palreozoic Before the geology of .Vevonsbire can be decisively made

Fossils of Cornwall, De,·on, and West Somerset, by Prof. dear, it will be necessary that a new "un·ey of the county

Plullips. Eruptive Rocks of Brent Tor, by F. Rutley, shall be made by the Ordnance Survey on the scale of s1x:

15s.6d. mches to a mile; the existing maps on the one-inch scale

IM.PORTANT ·woRKS oR PAPERS ON LocAL GEOLOGY.- date back to 18og, and are too· small to permit of that

List by W. Whitaker esq. of 300 works by 129 authors, in minute mapping of the strata which their complex nature'

Transactions of Devonshire Association for .Advancement of requires. When the six-inch map is complete, the Geological

Science, Literature & Art, tS7o; Supplementary LISt of Survey will take 1he county again in harid, and doubtless

115 more m ditto, 1872. 1866. Jukes, Prof. Beete.- many questions about whiCh there is now much dispute in

Devoman Rocks of North Devon. Journ. GeoL Soc. vol. the geological world will be finally and thoroughly settled.

xxii. p 320. 1867. Etheridge, R. E.-Physical Structure We shall now describe the rocks in succession, beginning

and Fos-sils of North Devon. Journ Geol. Soc. vol. xxiii. p. with the lowest or oldest, and taking the views regardiqg

568 1867. Hall. T. M.-Relative Distribution of Fossils in their succession which are at present most generally enter·

North Devon Rocks. Journ. Geol. Soc. vol. xxiii. p. 371. tained.

1868. Holl, Dr. H. B.-Older Rocks of South Devon. THE DEVONIAN (oR OLD RED SANDSTONE?) FoRMATION.

Joum. Geol. Soc. vol. xxiv. p. 400 1869. Whitaker, W.- -The beds of this age occupy two well-detined areas in the

New Red Sandstone of South Devon. Journ. Geol. Soc. north and south of the county respectively; the arrange-

vol. xxv. p. 152. 1862. Pengelly & Heer.-The Miocene ment of the strata of the northern portion is usually con-

Deposits at Bovey Tracey. Phtl. Trans. 10I9. 1870. sidered to be the simpler and more complete of the two,

Ormerod, W. G.-Granite of Dartmoor. Report .Brit. "\nd we shall accordingly describe that region first.

Assoc. 1869, p. 98. I8]o. God win-Austen, R. A. C.-The North Devon. Here red sandstones, slates, and lime·

Devonian Group. Report Brit. Assoc. 186g, p. 88. I8]I. stones occupy a tract of land from 9 to 14 miles wide,

\1\'hitaker, W.-Chalk of Devon. Journ.Geol. Soc.vol.xxvii. extending from the coast as far south as a line drawn from

p. 93· 1875. Foster, C. Lb Neve.-Haytor Iroq Mine. Barnstaple to Anstey near Dulvetton, Somerset; the beds

,r'lurn. Geol. Soc. vol. xxxi. p. 628. 1876. Lavis, H. J. J.- run or strike across this region from west to east, and, ail-

'friassic Strata near Sidmouth. J ourn. Geol. Soc. vol. xxxii. they incline or dip towards the south, it follows that the
p. 274. 1876. Woodward, H. B.~uperficial Deposits of bottom or oldest beds must be those which come to the

Newton Abbot. J ourn. Geol. Soc. vol. xxxii. p. 230. 1876. surface or crop out furthest north. These are the Foreland

Ussher, W. A. E.-Trias of Devon. Journ. Geol. Soc. vol. &ndstones, red. and brownincolour,anddestituteoforganic

xxxii. p. 367. 1877. Lee, J. E.-Upper Devonian Fossils in remains, except a,few plant-markings found in yellow sand-

Shales of Torbay. Geol. Mag. p. roo. I877.-Woodward, stones at Countisbury. In the cliffs the strata are seen to

H. B.-Devonian Rocks near Newton Abbot and Torquay. have a high northerly dip, but they roll over to the south

Geol. Mag. p. 447. r878. Woodward, H. B.-Geology of and pass under the Lynton Slates, a fault, however, running

Plymouth. Science Gossip, p. 169. 1878. Champernowne, along the valley of the Lyn at or near the line of junction.

A.-Devonians of North and South Devon. Geol. Mag. vol. From Watersmeet by the Valley of Rocks to Woodabay the

:x.v. p. 193. 1878. D'Urban, W. S. M.-Palreolithic I~ple- Lynton Slates are seen to be grey and reddish grits and

ments from the Valley of the Axe. Geol. :Mag. p. 37· 1878. slates, with some thin bands of impure limestone and iron-

HalJ, T. M.-Geology of Devonshire in White's Directory. stone, total thickness 1,500 feet; a few fossils occur, as
1:878. Ussher, W. A. E.-Terminal Curvature in the South Chonetes Hardrensis, Orthis arcuaca, ~c.

Western Counties. Journ. Geol. Soc. vol. xxxiv. p. 49· Next come the Hangman Grits, red, grey and yellow grits

1879· Champernowne, A.-Devonian Stromatoporidre from and sandstones, x,soo feet thick, forming the Little Hang-

Totnes. Journ. Geol. Soc. xxxv. p. 67. i879. Duncan, man and Hangman Hill, and extending thence eastwards

Prof. P. M.-Upper Greensand Corals of Haldon. Journ. past Trentishoe and Martinhoe to Oare Oak Hill and Ex

Geol. Soc. vol. xxxv. p. 8g. :.88o. Champernowne, A.- Bead: they are almostunfossiliferous: upon these grits rest

Upper Devonians in Devonshire. Geol.• Mag. p. 359· 1881. the Iljracombe Slates (4,ooofeet),silvery grey in colour, and

Champernowne, A.-The Ashburton Limestone. Geol. Mag. containing thick beds of limestone, quarried at many points

p. 410. 1881. Davidson, Thos.-Brachiopods from Budleigh for lime-burning, and traceable from the west of Combe

Salterton PebBles. Palreontographical Soc.. Martin Bay by Kentisbury to north-east of Cballacombe;

' IN Mr. Whitaker's list we find the title of 415 books, papers the fossils include many corals (Favasitescerviccn;nis, 8troma-

&c. which had been written conc~rning the rocks of Devon be- topora concentrica) and brachiopod shells (Stringoctipkalus

tween 1671 & 1870; of these, however, only nine date back Burtini): the)Morte Slates may be consjdered as forming

to before x8oo, a fact which shows the modern origin of geolo- the upper portion of the Ilfracombe Group ; they are 4,000

gical inquiries. Of the workers in the first quarter of the feet thick and unfossiliferous; they form Morte Point and

present century we may name Dr. Berger, the Revs. R. Bull Point on the coast, and stretch inland along the nt~rt},enr,

Hennah and J. J. Conybeare, with Messrs. Allan, Jones slope of the high ground which extends from Pickwell Down
Taylor, Mawe, Prideaux and Whidbey ; in the next twenty.' to Span Head, and which is formed of red~ brown, and grey

five years the grand work of De la Beche, who mapped unfossiliferous l!a.ndstones-containing beds of hematiWI

almost single-handed· the broad divisions of the rocks, stands (iron ore) and man.,ll'llnese-called the Pick1Dell Dovm. Beds;

out bol.dly, but Sedgwick and Murchison claim higJi honour, their thickness is estimated at 3,000 feet. On the 110uthern

while Professor Phillips, the Rdv. D. Williams, Messrs. Lons- side of these hills we find the Baggy and .Marwood. .Beds,

dale. Weaver and others, did good work; in the last thirty also called the Cucullea Zo~&e from the abundance of a f058il

years we note the names of Jukes, Etheridge, Pengelly, shell of that name; a quarry in these beds at Sloly, 2 or 3

Ormerod, Godwi11-Au.sten, Meyer, Vicary, Towashend, M. miles north of .Bamstaple, has yielded plant remajru& (Oala·

Hall, Salter, Worth, Champemowne, Valpy, H. B. Wood- mites and LqndDdeJtdron), with the shells Li1lpla Mola,

ward, U!lsher &c. .A.tticula Damno1rimJi•, ~1!.

10 DEVONSHIRE. [KELLY'S

The highest Devonian &trata are termed the Pilton Beds, All the rest of South Devon, as far north as Newton Abbot

and are at Croyde Bay, Saunton, Braunton, Piltonand and Tavistock, may be said to be formed of slates and lime-

tbenee eastwards to Anstey near Dulverton : they are purple stones, with some red sandstones, which, speaking generally•

and grey slates and shales, with thin irregular beds of lime- are of the same age as those of North Devon. The lowest.

stone, containing numerous fossils, such as corals, shells, a beds may be the red sandstones, seen at Cockil.gton west of
Torquay, at Staddon Point south of Plymouth, &c. The
star-fish, crinoidS, &c.
Whether the arrangement of the strata of north Devon well-known limestones of Plymouth, Y ealmpton, Berry

is really so simple as above descri!:;ed is a question which has Head, Torquay, and Chudleigh, may be correlated with 1he

excited much controversy. Professor Jukes believed that Ilfracombe beds. They are largely ·worked for marble,

the Pickwell Down sandstones were the same as those of the building and paving-stone; a walk in the streets of rly-

Foreland, repeated by a fault with a downthrow to the mouth on a wet day shows the visitor innumerable

north, or brou_ght in by an inverted anticlinal ; the great beautiful corals in the stones upon which he is treading.

objection to this view is furnished by the fossils, which, Immense quantities of limestone were quarried at Orebton

according to Mr.Etheridge,differ widely in the different beds. for the constrnction of the Plymouth breakwater. Of the

It is usually considered that these Devonian sandstones, marble quarries perhaps those at lpplepen are best known ;

slates, and limestones were deposited in the open seas (they they furnished the fine polished columns used in the Natwnal

contain marine fossils), at the same time that the Old Red Provincial Bank of England, Bishopsgate street, London.

Sandstone rocks of Herefordshire and Scotland were being The slates which constitute the great mass of South
formed in fresh water lakes. Professor Jukes combated Devon are so rolled, con~rted, faulted, and interfered '' itl1

this view, stating that, from his work among Similar rocks by igneous rocks tbat tbeir study is rendered very <Hili-

in the south of Ireland, he believed the lower red sandstones cult. A patch of slate at W errington, north of Launceston,

(of the Foreland &c.) were of Old Red Sandstone age, but is believed to be of Upper Devonian age, and fossils of this
that the slates & limestones resting on them really period have been found by Mr. J. E. Lee at Saltern Cove.

belonged to the Carboniferous period ; the generality of Torbay. In 1873, Mr. Champemowne found a star-fish

geologists have not yet, however, been converted. to this (Helianthaster jilici{ol·mis) in slate near Harberton whiclt
opt• m•on.
resembles those from the Pilton Beds. 'fhe flat coiled-up

&utk Devon.-Very little is certainly known with regard shell of a cephalopod called Clymenia is very characteristil:

to the order of succession of the old rocks of South Devon. of the Devonian rocks. '

The coast at Start Point, Prawle, Bolt Head, and Bolt Tail, Roofing slates are got at Ashburton, Ivy Bridge, Kings-

is composad of metamorphic rocks, such as mica slate, bridge, Bickley, and Tavistock ; the striped slates of Yealm

.Bridge, north of Launceston, are worked for chimney-
pi•eces.

Mr. Etheridge enumerates 544 species of fossils from the

British Devonian strata; 125 of these are fishes, and u6

brachiopod shells.

CARBONIFEROUS FORMATION. The Culm-measures, as the

beds of Carboniferous age are locally termed, occupy a

trough in the centre of Devonshire ; on the west they form

the fine cliffs at Hartland Point and Clovelly; eastwards

they pass under Triassic strata between Tiverton and Exeter,

while the Devonian slates form their boundary to the north

and south, as already described, except when they abut •)tl

Dartmoor. The lowest culm-measures contain black lime-

stones seen at Fremington, South Molton, Swimbridge,

Landkey, Bampton, and Holcombe Rogus; these bed.,. dip

• southwards and rise to the surface again on the south side

' of the trough at Lew Trenchard, Bridestow, South Tawtun,

• and Drewsteignton : they may represent part of t'he Car-

banifer01tS Limestone ; Posidonomya Becheri is a common

fossil.

Next come beds of hard white shale and black grits, with

veins of chert, an impare variety of flint ; these beds ar~

1,5oo feet thick, and may represent the Mtllstonc G1·it; they

form Coddon Hill ( 628 feet) south of Barnstaple, and ~:it.

Stephen's Hill near Launceston.

The remaining country from Bideford, C'hiitlehampton,

and Tiverton to Torrington, Chulmleigh, llroadbury, and

Exeter, is formed of strata which may r·epresent the Lotoe•·

Coal-measures, resembling especially those of Pembrokeshue

They are hard gr1ts and shales containing such plant-

remains as ferns, C({/amites, Lepidodendron, 4c.; two spec1eo;
of fish belonging to the genera Oelacanthus and Elonzchtltys

have been found in ironstone r1odules at lnstow; but the

Carboniferous beds of Devon are \'ery barren of hfe, havmg·

yielded altogether not more tha:n 50 species of fossils, a~

eompared with nearly 2,000 from the rest of England.

Irregular beds of anthracite, or culm, or stone-coal. can

' be traced from Luke s Nose, in B1deford Bay, eastwards
through l3ideford to Hawkridge Wood, near Umberle1gh

,...._.... • ·' station; near Bideford some soft. vems of anthracite are now
worked up into a paint called "Bideford 13lac:k'' The sand-1
·'- ...._,..~ i stones or "grits" are quarriocl for building and road-
mending; they are frequently ripple-marked.
•~
From their lack of workable coal-seams or other mineralg,


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the Carboniferous strata{)f Devon compare very unfayourably

with those of other count.ies; they form a poor, luthc1·
Cyltiphgllum ve&iculosum, 11bowing a sncceFBiO'Tl 'Of cups produced sterile, and scantily populated country.
by budding from the original- conl. DeVt'mi.an formation.
THE TRIAS ok NEw RED SANDSTONE.-After the fttrmr..-

chfodte rock, which extend inland to Marlborough and South tion of the culm-measures a long }leriod of tinte elapsed,

Pool. The age of these rock!;; is doubtful ; they may be dqring which the Pennian strata of the centre and north of

Lower Silurian, in which case the gneiss rock on wblCh the England were deposited; these are wanting in Devon, wh1eh

Eddystone LighthQuse is built may furnish a connecting may then have been abo•e the waters. Of the Succeedin,r

link between 't eni and the strata round Vt:!ryan Bay in rocks known JiS Triassic, we have, however, a tine develop--

probaljly, ho ev~r, these South. Devon rocks are me~mor­ ment!:-' ·these t•eds cons1st of breccias, sandstones, aml

bvphosed })~vOrtia¥ slates~ the change in character having been pel:-ble-beds. surmounted by marlf'l ; all are more or less of a

. effectld a tnasJ ~t ~(ne igneous rock which is htdder ted bpge, and may attain a total thickness of 3,ooo feet.
B~Jnta Sandstone.- To .tl:is diYision bclone- the unfoEEi!i-

beneath t'fiem pr ts below sea-level ; the great number ol. fermiS breccias and sandstones. ·well f'L~n along the ccast
gr:tnitt~ pe~bles ":h'fiq are thrown n~ Qn the ~oast here
from Torbay by Dawlish to Exmouth; the (lower) red
mtght welt C'?~e !'fQm such a mass, wh1le several blocks of marls of Dawlish also belong to this age, ''"hose top stratmn
graniU hav~ boen brought up in the trawling-nets froqt is probably the remarkable bed (100 fr('t thick) of pebble
seen at Budleigb Salterton, &n<l tracer.Llc J:r1and to Lt.i"lc&-
the Salcombe fishing grounds.

DIRECTORY.] • DEVONSHIRE. 11

combe: most of the pebbles are of quartzite, and they worked here for more than a centmy by me~ms of deep

contain fossils both of Silurian and Devonian ages, such as cuttings and tunnels ; it is used chietly in the neighbouring

O,·this Budleighensis, Trachyderma serrata, Spirifera Vel'· potteries, its sulphurous smell rendering it unfit for domestic

nl!ttilii, t!c. ; they may have been derived from rocks which use. In 1861 Mr. Pengelly made a careful examination of

once stretched across the Enghsh Channel from Cornwall the Bovey deposit, the expense being borne by Miss Burdett-

to Normandy. Coutts. He found alternating beds of clay and lignite, with

The Bunter beds extend inland by Topsham, Exeter, some sand, to the depth of 125 feet, below which the work-

Ottery St. Mary, Cullompton, Kenhsbere, Tiverton, and ings did not extend. The thin sand-beds di3appeared as

11urlescombe; a long narrow strip goes westward liy Credi- they were followed down the valley, showing th'at the prob-

tnn to North Tawton and Jacobstow, art outlying mass at able source of both clays and sands was the decomposed

Uatherleigh and a patch at Portledge on Bideford Bay, granite of Dartmoor, while the lignite was formE-d of trunks

markmg a former great extension of the Trias in this of trees and matted yegetable matter derived from the plants

direction; small outliers also occur at Slapton·in Start Bay, . which grew on the shores of the old

Thurleston in Bigbury Bay, and at Cawsand south of • ~ lake. The fossil plants obtained were

Plymouth. Large crystals of Murchisonite {felspar tinged w . > t' exammed by Professor Beer of Zurich,

a yellowish-red by oxide of Iron) occur in Triassic breccias ~ ~• <" -( a~.! ~.., who determined 50 species, 26 of
which were new, while · 19 were
between Teignmouth and Exeter~ they have come from the 0 ·'<>. ·
granite of Dartmoor. = ..gc ~ . ~ "'
~8 characteristic of the Lower Miocene
The Keuper Beds are finely exposed on the coast from Sid- ~ <.1 .l " age of the continent; they included
mouth to Axmouth, and are seen along the valleys at ..., coniferous trees (Seqtwia Coutt:;ill')
Colyton, Axmmster, Stockland, Honiton, and on the western g allied to the giant W ellingtonians of
tlanks of the Blackdown hills. - ~ -"~'
..• California, ferns, water-lilies, custard-
The lower beds are red sandstones (" waterstones "), ti apples, palms, oak, laurel, &c. m-
which rest conformably on the Bunter beds; they form the I le ~ f!
eliffs between Otterton Point and Stdmoutb. At the former :::~ • d dtcating a warm climate.
place Mr. Whitaker found the jaw of a remarkable reptile •~
-the Hyperodapedon ; while at Picket Rock Cove, east of The !ignites and clays of Bovey
Sidmouth, Mr. Lavis found numerous fragments. of bones, Tracey are unique in England, as a
tncluding those of the Labyrinthodon. Red Marls of Keuper
.o deposit of true Miocene age, if such
age form the rest of the coast from Sidp1outh to beyond ~ they be; within the last year or two,

Axmouth ; in these, Mr. Hutchinson found a reed-like fossil however, Mr. J. S. Gardner, who has
plant near Sidmouth. Altogether the coast section, for above
30 miles, from Torbay to Axmouth, IS decidedly the finest paid great attent10n to the UJJper
exposure of the Triassic rocks of England; the beds all
Eocen0flora of the Bournemouth beds,
dip gently to the east at angles of from 2 to 5 degrees ; they
has stated his opmwn that the llovey
are intersected and repeated by several faults.
From the great scarcity of fossils, the presence of oxide Beds may be of Eocene age.. With

of iron, which more or less colours all the beds, and the the exceptton of a beetle'ti wing no

"~"'' ammal remains whatever have been
found at Bdvey, and this absence of
shells, bones.• &c. which we should

~ naturally expect to tind in an old

presence of beds of gypsum and pseudomorphic crystals of .c: . lake deposit, is remarkable and ddli~

rock-salt, tt ts probable tp.at both Bunter and Keuper beds ... cult to account for.
were deposited in inland salt lakes of great extent.
~ IGNEOUs Rocxs.-Both the Devoman
The " red ground,'' as the 'fnasstc strata generally are
.."..,' and Carbomferous strata incl uae beds
(a!led, forms the best land in Devon: the soil is rich and
=§'g of igneous rocks which appear to be
1e:tile, and all the best apple orchards stand on it.. At Wat-
:S] contemporaneous with the rocks in
combe, neat' Torquay, a fine clay is very largely worked for I '8. ~ which they occur; they alter the
terra cotta and art pottery. ~_g stratum lying beneath them only,
I a.o ~ showing that they had cooled down
THE H.HJETIC Fo~MATION consists of green marls, black
jE; :!:l and solidified before the unaltered
shales, and white limestones (the "White Lias "), which
f,n·m passage beds between the Tnas and Lias; their thick· I "' overlying stratum was deposited. T~
~~ this class belong the bed of porphy-
11ess IS about 100 feet. They are well seen ID the chffs east ~~ ritic felstone which can be traced at
~ ~ the base of the Upper Devonians be-
of Axmouth : one layer near the base of the black shales is '\ ,,

so full of the teeth and bones of fishes and saurians as to be .~ •'' g.S·- tween Morte Bay and Exmoor, the
~ similar rock at Kentisbury in Ilfra-
called the~· bone bed." · ••

THE Las.-The blue limestones with interbedded shales 8 := combe, the slates. and the masses of

wh1eh form the L011Jer Lias, are seen m the cliffs beyond · ~ ·~ greenstone and iOICanJC ash whicll

Culverbole Pomt, above the Rhretic beds ; they also occur -.• ~ :: frequently occur in South De\·on.

inland east of Axmoutb. ,l.i .;.. ~ running 'in parallel bands from ea~t•

CRETACEOUS' FORMATIO~.-The whole of the Oolitic and .... 0 g tll west as at 8altash. Other rocks of

Neocommn strata. being absent, the Cretaceous series re- Iet. ••••• ~ 0 very similar lharactet appear to Le
~-§: intrusive, having been . forced in a
poses directly, first upon the Lias, and 1hen upon the New E•

Hed Sandstone. In the fine section at Beer Head, west of .., 6 melted state between and through
Sea.ton, we see (I) Sands and Clays, sd feet, representing t.he
~ ~ previously existing sedimentary rocks.
Gault: (2) Light-coloured sands wtth chert beds, 100 feet-
: ': which they have baked and hardened;
Upper Greensand; (3) Chalk Marl,w feet, Wtth layer contain- -~ ~ of this nature are the bosses between
.. .•5•-.
mgphosphatJC nodules (Chlorztic Marl) at base: (4) Low,/r ~ Newton and South Brent, the rock
whtch intrudes in <the limestone at
White Chalk (without Hints), 25 feet; (5) Upper White 8~ &

Chalk (with flmts~, 140 feet. ""~ l"ealmpton, &c.

The bottom layer of the Lower White Chalk is largely .;l:l §.... At or about the commencement of

quarried for building stone ; it is of a yellowish-white tint, 'v t § the Carboniferous epoch considerable.
soft when extracted, but rap1dly hardenmg on exposure to ) ~ J::: outbursts of a volcanic nature seem t()

the air. . ~•• '2 ~ have occurred, of whieb we find traces
~:§ north of Tavistock. The weH-known
The sandy beds of 1he Gault and Upper G1·eensand can
only be separated with much difficulty: they fot·m the ,.... ;; hill of Brent Tor, r, t 14 feet in height,
c:tppmg of the Blackdown Hills, and of the hills whtch run

thence to the coast between Sidmoutb and Lyme Regts ; is composed of dev1trified basalts and

near Broadbembury and Kentisbere the hard concretwnary pitchsionoo, -wt'th beds of volcanic ash, and tells undoubtedly

lumps which occur in layers in the sands have been largely of the ne1ghbourhpod of an old volcano.
worked to make scythe-stones ( Devonsb.ire Batts ), and the " D~rtmoor.!....Ajter "the clos~ of the Carboniferous period

hill-sides are disfigured by heaps of rubbish. Outllers of and before tbe deposition ot the Triassic strata (which con-
the Greensand occur on the hills called Great and Little tain rolled pebbles of the granite), the climax of volcanic

llaldon, and on Milber Down ; there is a remnant of angular action was reached in the upward movement of melted rock

chert as far west as Orleigh Court, only 3 miles from .Bide- from below, which, bearing before it and, doubtless, to some

ford Bay. Outliers of White Chalk cap the htlls east of extent. mcorporating with itself the overlying rocks, h~

Axmouth, also south of Chard and at Membury, Brice Moor, resulted in the formatiOn of the great granitic tract having

und along the coast as far west as Salcombe Mouth. an area of 200 square miles, and known as Dartmoor.· "'e

TERTIARY PERIOD.-After the deposition of the chalk, must always bear in mind that the present surface of Dart·

a great interval occurred unrepresented by any strata moor was never exposed to the air in a liquid state: tile

m Devonshire. The next beds belong to the crystals of quartz, mica, and felspar which constitute th~

MIOCENE FORMATION.-Between BoveyTracey and Newton granite were formed under a depth of several miles of super-

Abb;:,t, on the east of Dartmoor, we have a tract of land incumbent rocks, which have since b2en removed by the

about 6 miles in length by 2 in breadth, which really repre- agents of denudation-the sea, rain, rivers, and ice. The

sents a filled-up lake. Ligmte, or "Bovey Coal,'' has been Carboniferous and De¥oman rocks in the immediate neiG!J.-

12 DEVON;;3HIRE. [ ULLY'S

L mrhoad c.£ the gra:-~ite have been altered by it, though not fe1stone (13 tons) at Langtree, near Torrington ; masse,; or

to the extent that oue would have expected ; near Chagford trap-rock at Harberton,Druid near Ashburt m, and Frcmiug-

v~ins of granite from a few inches to 18 feet in width are ton near Barnstaple; red sandstone.~ at Waddeton Court,

seen like fingers penetrating the carboniferous slates. t.arge near Dartmonth; all these are ID<l'>Ses of r.Jek which appear

(~rystals of orthoelase felspar, sometimes 2 or 3 inches in to have been transported from some distance, probably

le:1gth, occur in the granite, and black tourmaline (or during the last glacial perwd, by the action of tloating ice.

schorl) is a commrm ingredient. Great spreads of flint and chert. gravel occur in Ea:;.t

Thcr rock is much traversed by joints, along which the Devon, the result of the weathering of tbe Cretaceous strata.

we:1thering proceeds ; this gives it a wall-J.ike or even strati- On Dartmoor there is much sand m.d gravel, the result of

tied appearance, and is the origin of the curiom' piles of the decomposition of the gramte ; these frequently cont<Lin •

rnck known as "Tors" or "Cheese-wrings." Dartmoor "stream tin."

forms a waste hea.ther-covered region, with many bogs ~nd Caves.-SeveraJ•'famous cayes occur in the limestones of

peat mosses. The principal heights are Yestor, 2,oso feet; South Devon. From fissures at Oreston, near Plymouth,

Cawsand Beacon, t,8o2 feet; Am,icombe Hill, 2,ooo feet; many bones of extinct animals (mammoth, rhinoceros, bear,

Newlake Hill, 1,925 feet. The granite from Hey Tor (where cave-lion;&c.), were obtained between 18r6and 1858; Kent's

there are extensive works) was used in the construction of Hole, near Torquay, hl!:S been most systematically explored

London and Waterlo:l Bridcies. by Mr. Pengelly, aided by the British Association; the same

Elvans.-These are veins and dykes of a wh1tey-brown extinct species of animal~ occur here, associated ·with flint

rock termed quartz porphyry, which traTerse the granite and bone implements fashioned by man. In the lo.west

and extend for long distances into the surrounding sedi- deposits in the cave (breccia) we find very rough flint tools,

mentary rocks . those south of Modbury and at Roborough with bones of the bear ; in the npper stalagmitic and red

Down and Morwell,• m[ty be mentioned. The Roborough earth ;ayers, teeth of hyrenas are numerous ; lastly the

stone has been quarried for centuries for building purposes. bones of domestic anima~s, as the sheep, occur in the surface

Lund/f Island.-This is mainly formed of granite resem- layer of black mould. It would seem certain that man has

bling that of Dartmoor, but with few large felspar crystals; at intervals inhabited this cave for many thousands of years.

Vevonian slates occupy the south-eas~ corner of the island. The cavern at Windmill Hill, Brixham, has yielded similar

The large granite quarries here furni.jhed much stone for evidenee.

the Thames Embankment. Raised Beaches.-A bed of sand and pebbles occurs at

Again in t.he Triassic Penod we find felstones, basalts, Northam, Saunton, and Croyde on Barnstaple Bay, it is 15
and volcanic ashes, which occur at Washfield, near Tiverton, feet above sea-level and contains recent shells. On the south
under Exeter Oc1stle, south of Silverton, at Posbury Hill coast a line of raised beaches can be traced about 30 feet
near CreditoQ, between Exeter and Great Haldon, and at above sea-le-rel at Hope's Nose and the Thatcher Rock near
Cawsand Bay. All these igneous rocks, from their superior Torquay, and at Berry Head, Sharkham Point, Dartmouth,
hardness have been much used for road-metal and as build- Start Point, and the Hoe at. Plymouth. All these tell of a
ing stones.
recent. (geologically speaking) atid general elevation of the
Minerals.-The rocks of Devon yield many useful minerals: land.
these occur (1) as regularly stratified beds (as the anthra-
cite); (2) in veins or lodes which traverse both the igneous Buried Forests.-Trunks of trees, with peat, &c. are some-
times exposed at or about low-water mark, by violent
and sedimentary rocks, and which were originally cracks storms which remove for a brief period the overlying de-
or fissures in the rocks, but have become filled up by mineral posits of sand and mud. At Northam Burrows, near Apple-
mltter deposited from water trickling or rising ihrough dore, the stems of seventy or eighty large trees were exposed
the fissures; (3) in surface deposits, as the stream tin and in r864; great quantities of hazel-nuts were then found in
china clay, which result from the denudation and decompo- the peat, with bone$of the ox, wild boar, wolf, goat, &c., and
sition of the older rocks. The chief or master lodes run flint flakes. On the south coast similar beds have been
east and west, and are intersected by others, ~lled cross- noticed at Thurlestone, in Bigbury Bay (1866), Blackpool
courses, running north and south.
near Dartmouth (r869), Torbay, Sidmouth (1873), &c.
The killas, shillet, or clay-slate of the Devonian beds near Landslips.-Tbe coast near Axmouth has suffered much

'favistock, constitute the most important mineral-bearing from landslips. Ort Christmas Day, 1839, 22 acres of land
rocks of the county. Copper is the chief product, but iron, at Downlands fell seaward, creating a chasm 1,000 yards in
manganese, and arsenic are also obtained ~ from the mine
here called Devon Great Consols there was raised between length and 300 in breath ; it was caused by the numerous
springs which issue at the base of the Greensand.
1840 and 1871 copper ore to the value of 3! millions sterling,

and this from an area of 140 acres. Lead ore, rich in PREHISTORIC MAN.-The evidence offered by caverns as

silver, has been worked in Devonian slates at Combe Martin to the great antiquity of man in this district we have already

in North Devon, and at Beer Alston m South Devon. Gold alluded to. The lowest deposits in Kent's Hole may belong
has been found in a lode of iron ore at North Molton, and in to the ea~ly or Palt£olithic Stone Agt; a rude flint imple-
ment of this period, 7l inches long by 3l broad, was found
small quantities in the stream tin works on Dartmoor.

The mineral products of Devon for 1878 were-Tin Ore, at. Coiyton; four tools made of chert were found betwe3n

2r tons, value £744; Copper Ore, 16,980 tons, value Chard and Axminster during the erection of the telegraph

[.so,484; Lead Ore, 337 tons, containing 4,948 oz. of silver; posts ; from a low hill of chert gravel at Broom, near

Iron Pyrites, 1,380 tons, value ,{2,662 ; other ores of Iron, Axminster, a large number of implements of· Palreolithic

6,434·tons, ralue £3,219; Umber (from Ashburton), 1,151 forms, and made of dark brown chert, have lately been

tons, Talue £950; Ochre, 374 tons, value £212; Arsenic, obtained ; they have been placed in the Museums at Salis-

3,091 tons, value £24,231 ; Clay, 55,844 tons, from the bury and Exeter; in 1879 the Rev. W. Downes found one of

Mi<Jcene beds near Kingsteignton; Barytes, 1 1843 tons, value chert at Kentisbere Moor, in the valley of the Culm.
Of the later or Neolithic Stone Age we have several objects
£4.323.
SURFACE DEPOsiTs.-These consist of gravels, sands, and which have been found, either in the barrows or burial-

clays, resting on any or all of the older rocks, and are of places of the early eavage tribes who inhabited Devon, or in

comparatively recent origin. Thus at Bovey the top 10 feet the surface soil ; we lll:ay note a celt or axe-head of flint

is formed of a sandy clay angular stones: this is from a barrow at Hartland, another from Bridge Farm,

called the " head ; " it includes clays, which contain near North Tawton, a perforated adze of greenstone from

leaves of the willow and tlwarf birch (Betula nana), indi- North Bovey; a naturally perforated flint pebble which had

eating a cold climate. Great heaps of stones and debris are evidently been used as a hammer was found by the Rev. H.

deposited over parts of Dartmoor and Exmoor, which recall Kirwan in a barrow at Thorverton, near Exeter; in barrows

the moraines of the glaciers of Switzerland, but the rocks on Broad Down, near Honiton, two beautifully turned cupE

beneath do not show the grooving and polishing which are of Kimmeridge shale were found, with a bronze dagger,

the usual effects of the presence of great masses of ice ; these flint flakes, and nodules of pyrites and reddle ; a. lozenge-

marks may, however, have since been destroyed by weather- shaped flint arrow-head was found at Princetown, 'on Dart·

ing. Of erratic blocks or boulders we may note one of red moor • flint flakes occur in great nwnbers at Croyde.

gt·anite (10 tons) at Saunton cliffs, near Braunton; one of W. J. H


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