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abbey afterwards ancient baron Bart became belongs bishop brought built called castle chief church co-heirs continued Cornwall Courtenay daughter and heir daughter of sir death Dennis descended died divers Duke dwelling earl earl of Devon east Edward the third Elizabeth enjoyed Exeter fair father first's gave George given granted hath held Hele Henry the third hill honour Hugh hundred inhabitants inheritance issue James Joan king Edward king Henry king's knight land late lieth lived lord lord thereof manor marriage married the daughter Mary Nicholas parish passed Peter possessed posterity present purchased Ralph reign of king remained residence Richard river Robert Roger seat shire sir John sir Thomas sir William sister sold sometime succeeded thereof Thomas took town tything unto sir Walter West wife worthy younger
Page xiv - Only two other copies known; one of which is in the British Museum and the other in the Hunterian Museum at Glasgow.
Page 281 - Gurney, was parish priest of the place, who, as the story of that town hath it, was admonished by a vision in his sleep, to set on the foundation of a bridge near a rock, which he should find rolled from the higher grounds upon the strand.
Page 401 - Baronet, one of the seven bishops sent to the Tower in the reign of James II. His son, Sir Harry Trelawny...
Page 235 - Nectan, who highly reverenced the man, and verily believed, that, through his merits, her husband had escaped shipwreck in a dangerous tempest.
Page 148 - Papers, 1660, p. 212; Gent. Mag. lii.69. Henry VIII., who derived his descent from the Norman baron of that name, a combatant on William's side at the battle of Hastings : but his connection with Robert Malet, one of the judges of the King's Bench in the reign of Edward I. cannot now be traced. The subject of this memoir was born about the year 1582, and took his legal degrees in the Middle Temple, entering that society on November 29, 1600, being called to the bar on November 7, 1606, and becoming...
Page 323 - ... esteemed to be of such sanctity that you may read of many miracles ascribed to her holiness in his book that penned her life."2 " The Hamlet of Stowford ... in this place was Hieritha, the patroness of Chittlehampton, born, who as the legend of her life makes mention, suffered the...
Page 282 - ... bridge near a rock which he should find rolled from the higher grounds upon the strand. This at first he esteemed as a dream ; yet, to second the same with some act, in the morning he went to see the place, and found a huge rock there fixed, whose greatness argued its being in that place to be only the work of God, which not only bred admiration but incited him to set forward so charitable a work.
Page 337 - I forbear to speak of his cow, his staff, his oak, his well, and his servant Abel : all which are lively represented in a glass window of that church, than which, you shall see few fairer of one roof."] TURKISH GUK IN ST.