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Chronological List of References
Date Occurrence Vol. Page

30 The Day Christ Died III 68


47-411 Romans in Britain III 94

449 Saxons invade Britain III 94

476 Ancient Churches for beginners. Eric Delderfield IV 135

538 St. Gregory IV 74

680 Bede IV 74


700 Celtic inhabitants on Common I 309


925 Dunstan IV 74

1066 Battle of Hastings I 190


Mohuns Ottery held by Alsi I 100


1086 Doomsday I 117. 190

Mohuns Ottery held by Ludo I 134. 190

Details of manors (4) I 134-5

Manors in Place Names (4) II 140-1


The Family of Mohun IV 351


1100 Luppitt Font, Suggested date I 116

1127 Office of Churchwarden Instituted IV 137

1141 Courtenays at Forde I 164

Forde Abbey founded II 153


1166 Mohuns Ottery held by Ludo’s grand son Richard I 190


1196 Assize of measurements IV 140

Torre Abbey founded II 153

1201 Dunkeswell Abbey founded I 164. 325

“ “ “ II 153


1204 Axminster, Estate of Brewer IV 129


1215 Lord Brewer signed Magna Carta I 325

1219 Rosamund married Oliver Jordan I 135

1226 Lord Brewer died I 325

1227 “ “ buried at Dunkeswell Abbey I 164


1228 Death of Lady Alice de Mohun daughter of Lord Brewer III 49


1238 Barn House III 131

Mills roll IV 126

1241 Reginald de Mohun at Mohuns Ottery I 135-6

1245 “ “ “ at Shapcombe I 139


1246 Newenham Abbey (about?) I 59


IV 43. 128-9

1247 “ “ founded I 164


II 153


First recorded Rector of Luppitt I 11

1248 Luppitt advowson to Newenham I 105. 117


IV 353

1254 Foundation stone laid, Newenham III 50

Bell at Lissett, Yorks. IV 75

1256 Pope confirms grant (Luppitt) I 105


IV 353


1257 “ “ “ “ I 117

1258 Parliamentary Representation IV 127

1266 Rector appointed, Luppitt I 117. 120

IV 353


1266 See list of Incumbents IV 353

1267 “ “ “ “ I 117. 120. 136

1270 William de Greenway. Deed Mohuns Ottery I 139

1273 Rector appointed, Luppitt I 136


1277 High Altar consecrated Newenham III 50


Earliest English ‘Brass” IV 136

1280 Sir William de Mohun died I 117. 124. 306

Buckland Abbey founded II 153

1284 Four bells for Exeter Cathedral I 165


1285 Holditch held by Henry de Broc (Dolish?) I 135. 136


1288 Mohuns patrons of Lovepytt I 59

1291 William de Mohun defended right I 135

1292 Henry de Broc died (Holditch) I 136

1297 Carews lords of Stoke Fleming I 205


1300 North Transept window of this period I 113


1300-1320 Probable rebuild of Luppitt Church I 110

1303 Sir John de Carru held Mohuns Ottery I 31. 135. 136

1308 Licence for Chapel at La More I 31. 32. 66. 116

(Moorlands) IV 128

1312 Robert de Greenway attested deeds I 139

Grandisson record I 137

1313 Sir John de Carru presented to Luppitt I 136

IV 354

1320 John Carew died (?) I 30. 58. 63. 182

See 1324 IV 44

1323 Sir John Carew acquired lands (As 1313) I 136

1324 Sir John Carew died (See 1320) I 113.


1325 Another Henry de Broc died I 136


1327 A Sir John Carew served in France II 135

See Jury names IV 355

1327-77 Lovepitte Detail of entry I 51

1328 As 1313 I 136


1329 Licence for Chapel at Dalditch (Dolish) I 116


1330 John de Broc died, son of Henry 1325 I 136

1332-1756 Personal names – Devon & Cornwall Record Soc. I 50

1336 John Carru presented to Luppitt I 137

1337-1453 100 years war


1340 Abbot advised disclaim rights I 117


Battle of Sluys

1344 Patronage to Newenham I 60. 118. 137. 139

Rectory to Vicarage IV 43

1346 John Carru held Mohuns Ottery I 136. 137


Battle of Crecy I 57. 191

1348 The plague struck (probably) I 326

1348-50 Pestilence I 165

1349 Abbot presented to Luppitt I 137



1352 “ “ “ I 137

1353 John de Greenway (see 1312 & 1323) I 139


  1. 1356 Battle of Poitiers


1361 Churchstanton Manor to Bonville III 96

1362 Sir John Carew died I 191

1363 “ “ “ “ Lord Deputy of Ireland I 124. 137. 306

1371 Leonard Carew died I 137. 191

1376 John – Baron & Knight of the Garter III 51

1377 Population IV 126


1382 Chapel at Minshull I 66

Chapel at Mirihill I 116

1384 John Carew died I 42

1385 Papal Bull followed by Deed IV 356


1388 Dartmouth Castle built I 206


1400 Approx. date of Brass (reverse) I 64

1401 Death of Robert Grymestone IV 355

1403 John Bevyle – Sheriff of Devon I 119

1404 William Wynard Recorder of Exeter I 55. 64. 108. 119


1408 Sir William Bonville died I 36. 64


1409 William Wynard founded Alms Houses in Exeter I 119

1413 Thomas Carew, security Force for Sigismund II 135

1415 Battle of Agincourt I 161. 191

1418 Thomas Brook died (Holditch) Dolish I 136


1428 Thomas Carew held Mohuns Ottery I 136. 137


1430 William Wynard died I 64. 119

Thomas Carew died I 191

1430-40 Date of Luppitt Brass I 159

1431 Sir Thomas Carew died I 118


Trystram Crucherne Abbot IV 356


Phillippa (daughter of John Carew,

wife of Duke of York) died III 51

1438 Another Thomas Brook died. See 1418 I 136

1447 Sir Nicholas Carew died. Son of Thomas 1431 I 191


1449 William Bonville created Baron (Churchstanton) III 96


1450 Lady Elizabeth Carew died,

Daughter of William Bonville (Shute) I 105

1451 Date of Will of Lady Elizabeth I 63. 83. 114. 252

“ “ family details IV 45. 51


1453 Battle of Castillon

1455- Wars of the Roses

1461 Sir Thomas Carew died, son of Nicholas 1447 I 191

III 52

Defeat of Yorkists at St. Albans III 96


1469 Photo of Nicholas Carew (Rogers) (Hamilton) III 51

1470 Date of tower arch (approx.) I 61

Sir Nicholas Carew died I 191

1485 Edmund Carew knighted at Bosworth I 74. 191


Mother Shipton’s Poem IV 261


1486-1500 Lord Dynham High Treasure of England I 191

1500 Date of tower & porch (approx.) I 114

1508 Photo of John and Anne Mohun (Rogers) III 51

1511-21 Court Rolls (Palmerhayes) III 32


1512 Sir Peter Carew born I 23+. 31


II 136

III 54


1512-75 Sir Peter Carew’s life I 194

1513 Sir Edmund Carew killed in France I 124. 191. 306

II 52

1514 Sir Peter Carew born ? (1512) I 30


Battle of Flodden


Thomas Carew accepted Scottish Knight’s challenge,

Killed Andrew Barton I 192

1516 Sir George Carew jousting at Greenwich I 193

1522 Levy on lay persons (over £40) IV 125


1523 Earliest pulpit ‘Hour-glass’ IV 137


1525 Peter Carew to Italy III 55

1526 Sir John Carew in charge of 100. Assist French in Italy I 198

1527 Peter Carew with Sir John I 198

1527-92 Sir John Perrott’s life (Ency. Britt.) I 107


1528 Sir John Carew died at Pavia I 198


1530 Prince of Orange died (Peter Carew) I 199

1531 Cottage for Luppitt vicar IV 357

1535 Monastic Property Values IV 125

Sir William Carew Died I 200


Mohuns Ottery inherited by Sir George Carew I 200


1537 Raleigh Pew, East Budleigh IV 137

1538 Church Registers, Tithes IV 135. 357

1539 Peter Carew to conduct Anne of Cleeves I 201

John Russell (President of Council) IV 125


Leland at Dartmouth I 206


New Prayer Book IV 204

Abbot John Ley left Dunkeswell Abbey I 326

II 153

Abbot Gyll left Newenham IV 357


1540 Peter Carew left England with John Champernowne III 55


Statute of Wills (Fee simple) III 114

1543 Sir George Carew Lieutenant General of Horse I 193

Peter Carew Captain of 100 footmen I 201

1543-54 Dunkeswell Abbey land dispersed I 327



1545 Sinking of ‘Mary Rose’ I 75. 194. 201. 323

II 150


III 52. 54

Rectory reverted to King IV 357


1546 Sir Peter Carew with Lord Admiral I 202


III 55

1547 Sir Peter Carew Sheriff of Devon & MP for Dartmouth I 203

1548 Sir Gawen Carew and Sir Peter Carew sent to Crediton III 52

Also see 1584


1549 III 92


First reformed Prayer Book I 203

Lord Russell relieved Exeter I 205

English Liturgy read at Sampford Courtnay III 92

Fenny Bridges battle III 53


IV 128. 204. 260


1551-6 Court Rolls (Palmerhayes) III 32

1552 Sir Peter Carew withdrew from Dartmouth I 206

1553 Four bells in Luppitt Tower I 65. 252

1553 Edward VI died – Mary Tudor I 207

III 53

Lady Jane Grey and husband executed III 96



1553-4 Sir Peter Carew Inventory after escape to France I 210

1553-8 Ave Maria bells – Mary’s reign I 100

1554 Duke of Suffolk executed III 97

1555 Sir Peter Carew pardoned (Approx.) I 209

Letter of 16/3/1555 preserved III 55

1559 Sir Peter Carew owned Glastonbury Abbey III 126

1563 Sir Peter Carew purchased Mill III 128


1568 Sir Peter Carew sailed to Ireland I 209

II 56


1571 Plague IV 126

1572 Duke of Norfolk executed III 56


1575 Sir Peter Carew died at Ross I 31. 209. 210


II 136

III 56


1580-1640 Trisdram Risdon’s life I 73

1581 Act (Non attendance at Church) IV 128


1584 Sir Gawen Carew buried in Exeter Cathedral III 54


George Hoskyns married Margaret Pulman I 224

In 1548 NOT 1584 (see 1548) IV 126

1584-8 John Perrott, Lord Deputy of Ireland (see 1527) I 107

1585 George Hoskins to Overday I 224. 225


1589 Thomas Southcote held Mohuns Ottery I 124. 306


1590 Plague IV 126

1593 George Hoskins’ father died I 225

1594 Christening of George Hoskins’ children I 224

1596-7 George Hoskins settled at Axmouth I 225



1600-1 Court Rolls at Palmerhayes III 32

1602 Details of Luppitt Vicarage

1603 Rate for maintenance of Church II 127. 145

Canon, Creed etc. IV 136

1605 Tithe to Baron Carew of Clopton III 54

1613 Inventory Luppitt Church II 129. 144


1625 Baron Carew of Clopton to Earl of Totnes III 54

1626 Inventory of George Hoskins, Overday I 225

1628 Sir George Carew died (Clopton) I 38

1629 Sir George Carew died ? III 54


1633 Oberammergau IV 71


1639 Humphrey Johnson died, Vicar, floor stone I 35. 65. 213

Thomas Welman, Vicar IV 196

1636 Church Rate IV 120

1639 Advowson purchased by Thomas Southcote I 60



1640-1734 Honiton Parliamentary Rep. IV 127

1642 Civil War IV 127

1645 Relief of Taunton IV 197

1650 Wife of Humphrey Johnson died, floor stone I 65

1656 Confession of Faith IV 307

1662-74 Hearth Tax IV 124. 126

1663 Initials cut in tower stone I 334

II 48

1665 Sir Popham Southcote died I 124. 306



1665 Five Mile Act IV 135. 307

1670 Lands dismembered from manor, Mohuns Ottery I 124. 306

1672 List of victuallers Axminster III 40

1673 John Prince, curate III 50


1675 Henry Marwood left £100 (Stockers Land) I 72


1676 Dorothy Carew died, Bickleigh memorial I 153

John Prince, Vicar of Totnes III 50

1678 Mohuns Ottery sold by Thomas Southcote I 211. 234

Churchstanton registers begin III 97


Wool Act. Dead to be buried in wool IV 137


1679 Conveyance of Millhayes Cottage & land III 34

1680 Escot purchased by Yonge III 58

1681 Sir Henry Carew died, Bickleigh memorial I 153

1681-1723 Life of John Prince I 338


1681 John Prince – Berry Pomeroy III 50


1682 Luppitt chimneys – Hearth Tax III 35

1685 Monmouth rebellion, Sedgemoor I 50. 70

II 125

IV 128


“ “ , List of Luppitt men II 126

Death of Thomas Wellman, Vicar IV 198

1689 War with France. Land Tax begun IV 145

Baptist General Assembly IV 249

1690 Mary Johnson, Vicar’s daughter, died I 65

1690 Wool Act repealed & re-enacted III 97


Dissent in the Church IV 308

1691 Stockers Land purchased (Honiton) I 72. 213

1694 Conveyance of Greenway III 35

1699 Thomas Southcote died I 23A


1702 Hoskins family at Overday I 224


1710 Luppitt registers begin I 27. 37. 53

IV 148


1712 Duel – Mohun-Duke of Hamilton. Both died III 51

1714 Luppitt Inn III 40


1723 John Prince died III 50


1727 Coins under Cross (George II) II 7

James Hawker died I 54

1732 Details of Thomas Collins III 36

1735 Elizabeth Lee died, floor stone I 65


1736 James Hawker died I 55


1738 William Hawker died I 54

1739 Grace Lee died I 65

1741 Will of Thomas Shapton of Barne III 36

1744 References in replies to Queries, Devon Record Office I 58


1747 Apprenticeship of Sarah Evans III 37


Date of Spanish Cannons IV 377

1750 Indentures concerning Church Lands. Cottages & land,

Shelf & Windwhistle I 85

1752 Gregorian Calendar IV 314


1753 Two Inns at Luppitt III 40


Honiton Trust IV 126

Hardwicke Act (Registers) III 37

1754-1812 Luppitt parish Register III 37

1754 Luppitt murder IV 102

1755 Mills Parochial Collections, Luppitt I 88

IV 45. 126

1756 Details of proposed Church Gallery I 335

1758 Details of life of Nicholas Parsons (a soldier) III 38


1764 Date of Church Alms dish I 66

1765 Benjamin Donn, Devon map IV 125

1767-1886 Greenway deeds IV 158-165. 366

1768-1820 Detail of poor allowance IV 109


1769 Detail of Sarah Burt III 39


1770 Revd. William Harris died I 72

New Pulpit and Desk IV 121

1771 Details of Eleanor Pulman III 40

1773 Before this date William Hawker at Shaugh I 76


1773 John Duke at Shapcombe I 76


1774 Casting of Luppitt 6th Bell I 66. 162. 247. 258

Churchyard wall IV 119

Thomas Burrough at Red Lion III 41

1777 Ceiling of the Church IV 120


1778 Lease of Church Lands I 86

1779 Seating the Church IV 120

Date of Luppitt Church chalice I 66. 159

1780 Land Tax Assessments III 41


1787 Vestry Minute Book 1302A/PVI IV 108-23


1789 Largest holding Mohuns Ottery Manor (Yonge) III 41

1790 Great House (Colyton) to Sir J. W. Pole III 58

1793 Mohuns Ottery purchased by William Hawker I 124. 306

III 34

Napoleonic War


1794 Details of Oddle (Odle) leases and others II 20

1794 Escot purchased by Sir John Kennaway III 58

1795 Dearth of corn IV 118

Dumpdon Trigonometrical Station IV 169



1796-1856 John Cabbell Vicar of Luppitt I 34

1797 Polwhele’s History of Devonshire I 75

II 29

Binding Apprentices IV 110. 116



1799 Bells beat troops IV 22

Church roof repairs IV 118


1800 Modus and Box IV 120. 247

1804 Planting trees on Dumpdon II 143

1805 Battle of Trafalgar IV 364. 370-375

1806 Lysons’ Bedfordshire I 226


Family of Robert and Elizabeth Wright III 38


1807 Tenants of William Hawker II 134

Repairs to Church tower IV 120

1808 Fire at Escot III 58

1810 Lysons’ Devonshire I 118. 124. 306


1811 Risdon Survey of Devon I 73


Lovepit II 29

1812 Overseers’ poor accounts III 42

1813 Edward Harrison died (see 1774 6th bell) I 247

1818 Lease on Parish Plot I 85

III 116

1819 Samuel Lysons died I 226

Vestry meeting – House & Bells IV 119

1820 Report of Charity Commissioners I 85


III 116

1822 Magna Britannica I 38. 210. 226. 306

III 35

Lysons’ History I 23+


1823-62 Clerk Searle’s diary I 214

1825 Hoskins moved to Exeter I 225

Luppitt Church Lands (see 1818-1820) III 116

1826 Faculty for Church alterations I 336. 338


III 43


Apprentices IV 152

1827 Commoners’ grazing rights I 69. 186

III 118

1828 Davidson’s Church notes (see 1864) I 83


IV 45. 46


Hoskins left Overday I 225

1829 Four people knew John Cox III 43

1831 Vicar’s living worth £121 I 27. 77

1832 Land Tax Assessment III 41


Anatomy Act IV 137


1834 Poor Act IV 243

Hoskins starts Bakery in Exeter I 225

1835 Charles Fowler – Honiton St. Pauls IV 128. 355

Murch IV 308



1836-1918 Tithe Acts – Redemption I 294-5

1837 Wills Act (see 1540) III 114

1839 Rate Assessment – Luppitt I 283-91

1840 Tithes commuted, Vicarial £140, Rectorial £150 I 27. 77

1842 Tithe Map produced II 94

Details of John Cox (see 1829) III 43


1844 Date of Apportionment I 295. 297

II 96


1848 Font in Church I 62

Vote at Election – Property IV 155


1850 White’s Directory I 77


Two small schools in Luppitt III 44

1855 Pearse to G. P. Blake IV 162

Dr. Oliver’s note and list I 50. 118

1856 Village constable IV 243


1857 Directory lists one charity school III 45


Directory Billings IV 31

1858 Big Ben cast IV 76

1859 Foundation stone laid, Beacon Chapel I 12. 183

County Court Order (Church Lands) I 154-7


Vestry meeting re Church Lands III 110. 114


1862 Act on roads IV 243

1864 Davidson died (see 1828) III 50

1866 Ellacombe’s paper on Bells I 47

1866 Agricultural statistics began IV 126

1868 Fire at Mohuns Ottery I 23. 41

II 136


III 57

Compulsory Church Rates abolished II 128


Request for Incorporated Church Building Society grant I 190

Farquharson, History of Honiton I 72

1869 Grant from Incorporated Church Building Society I 19A

1869-1929 Life of Major General G. A. Cookson I 19A. 53-4


1870 Whitehall sale IV 154


1871 White’s details of Luppitt I 95

1872 Grant from Incorporated Church Building Society I 41

Luppitt School plans and deed I 86. 94. 273

III 44

1873 Revd. Ellacombe chiming apparatus I 98-9


Return of ‘Owners of Land’ IV 125

Opening of Luppitt School I 91. 171. 184. 332

III 46

1874 Churchwardens’ rates III 45


1875 Pulman’s Book of the Axe I 56

Luppitt Mill rebuilt III 128

Luppitt left deanery of Dunkeswell I 60

1876 Urns found in Church walls I 87


Sale of Shapcombe Manor III 45


1877 John Sage at Pound Farm IV 263

1878 White’s directory I 95

Harrod’s directory IV 32

Inscription on bell at St. David’s Cathedral I 161


Fire back at Greenway II 133


1880 Church ceiling removed I 61

Chancel rebuilt I 62. 41

IV 44

Revd. W. T. Perrott, Vicar I 183


Incorporated Church Building Society letter I 41


First edition of Ordnance Survey map I 227

1881 Grant from Incorporated Church Building Society I 42

Silver jug, Peter Doble IV 167

Chancel restoration I 18



Letter from Revd. Ellacombe to Vicar I 97

New vicarage house plans III 45

1883 Brass found by Vicar I 103

Rate book detail I 174-81

1884 Date on Goulds house I 6

G. M. T. adopted I 340


New organ IV 103

1885-90 Luppitt Church restoration I 32. 87. 182

1886 Grant form Incorporated Church Building Society I 19A

1888 Rogers Memorials of the West I 42


III 48


1889-1919 Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Acts I 295

1890 White’s directory I 27

Death of William Sage (Allington) II 90. 117

1891 Churchstanton magazine III 94

Payment to ringers (Churchstanton) III 98

1892 Hoskins’ descendants died (see 1902) I 213

1893 Luppitt School cloak room I 171

Estimate, Luppitt Church tower III 67


1894 First Parish Council meeting II 92

Development of Parish Councils IV 243

1895 Dog poisoned at Greenway II 134

Window pane inscription


Estimate for building wall at Luppitt Church III 67


1901 Mr. Berry’s population census I 91

1902 Hoskins’ descendants died (see 1892) I 213

Red Doors sale III 47

1903 Luppitt School list of children I 91



1905 Lightning strikes Luppitt Church Tower I 60. 88. 315. 318

IV 44


First motor wedding III 116

1906 Luppitt Brass I 39


III 100


Clarke on Font IV 47

Beatrix Cresswell notes I 59

Devonshire Domesday (Reichel) I 81

J. J. Raven, ‘The Bells of England’ I 160



1907 Luppitt Brass I 54. 87. 103-4. 118

Baring Gould’s Little Guides I 57

Francis Bond’s ‘Fonts and Font Covers’ I 112

IV 141

1908 New Organ IV 106


1910 Druce, Amphisbaena on Font I 112

Income Tax Assessment II 117. 154

III 1

Glebe land sold III 50


1911 John Stabb’s ‘Devon Churches’ I 35


Luppitt School land I 86

Letter from Druce to Revd. Perrott (Font) I 102

Area Rateable Value Population I 183

Parliamentary paper on Charity Church Lands III 115


1912 Kate Clarke on Luppitt Font I 39


1913 References to Font I 53

Property sales. Barn, Mathayes, and Odle I 281

1914 Kelly’s directory details I 182

1914-18 Luppitt War Memorial Cross I 7



1914-19 Roll of Honour (Framed) I 319

1917 Luppitt Estate sale (Shelvin) IV 345

Incumbents of Luppitt, Perrott Vicar 1880-1917 I 11

1918 Letter, Devon County Education Committee I 94

Tithe Act. Redemption Detail (see 1922) I 296-7

1919 Kelly’s directory details I 228


1920 Combe Raleigh Estate. Sale details farms & I 302-5

Luppitt Commons IV 150

1921 Parochial Church Council Powers measure IV 244

1922 Thorpe memorial chair I 20

Patronage to Bishop I 90

Boggis’s History of Diocese I 164-9

Payment of Tithe Redemption (see 1918) I 294-7

End of Income Tax Assessment detail (see 1910) III 1


1923 Church Restoration I 13. 15-18A. 32

Faculty Application for above III 67

1923-6 Church Restoration III 100

1923-5 Prayer Book to children I 131

1924 Parochial Fund Accounts I 216

1925 Chancel Arch Text I 12

Letter, Broomfield to Vicar (Bells) I 101

Historical details from Revd. Maydew. Correspondence

with Ralegh Radford I 109-27

Estate Act (Feoffees) (Fee Simple) III 114

1925-52 Luppitt School Log Book III 46

1926 Grant from Incorporated Church Building Society I 19A

Black’s ‘Guide to Devon’ I 37

Correspondence re. Tower Repairs I 215


Fursdon’s ‘Devon Parishes’ (see 1602, 1603, 1613) II 144-7

Sale of Shaugh Farm III 47

Revd. Maydew Showcase III 101

1927 Revd. J. F. Prowse instituted I 133. 217


1928 Augmentation, two new bells I 46. 252. 162


Dedication Service III 102-3

1929 D. Boyland. Refills water tank I 334

Luppitt Fete. Bell Fund III 104. 157

1930 Wade’s ‘Rambles in Devon’ I 30


Ellishayes Farm sale (Combe Raleigh) III 47


1931 Reichel’s ‘Hundreds of Axminster in early times’ I 134

Madge’s Deed of Declaration, Luppitt Commons I 310-11

‘Daily Gazette’ letters, Memorials and Brasses III 99-101

1933 Fire at Beacon Cottages III 93


1934 Pipes at Tapsterwater III 135


1938 Mee’s ‘Kings England (Devon)’ I 33

1938-44 Use of schoolroom returns IV 230

1939 Declaration of War with Germany II 50

1940 Formation of L. D. V. (Local Defence Volunteers –


Home Guard) II 34


Severe winter – Evacuees III 46

Bells silenced IV 66

1942 Church Photographic record I 1

Fred Crabb to Sudan III 134


Raleigh Exercise (Home Guard) II 54


Exeter Cathedral bomb, 3-4 May IV 213

Bells for Alamein IV 67

1943 Reginald Valentine killed I 19A

Lifting of ban on bell ringing II 139


Prime Minister’s speech on Home Guard III 89


1945 Hoskins retires (see 1834) I 225

Medals IV 56

Home Guard Stood Down II 39

1946 Letter, Revd. Butters to Revd. Finn (Luppitt Font) I 3

1947 Ramsden’s ‘Parishes of East Devon’ I 50

Weather IV 302-3

Town & Country Planning Act, Listed buildings I 140

Deed of Conveyance (Land) Village Hall I 264-72. 300


1948 New Church heating boiler I 26

1949 Tower internal boiler flue I 25

Coxhead’s ‘Honiton and the Vale of the Otter’ I 51

1950 Mothers’ Union Banner I 8


Purchase of handbells I 236


1951 Fred Crabb returned to England III 134

Population (Census) IV 128

1952 Church valley repairs. New crossing Boss I 25

Pevsner’s ‘Buildings of England’ I 59


1953 New silver plated Flagon I 25


1954 Organ renovated I 25

Hoskins’ ‘Survey of England’ I 31

1956 Oak Vestry cupboard provided I 25

Parochial Church Council (Powers) Measure III 115


1957 New Reredos I 20. 23A


Coxhead’s ‘The History around us’ I 21

1957 The Care of God’s Acre I 261

Church Schools, booklet III 59

1958 Church electric lighting I 26


1959 Visit to Goulds (see 1884) I 6


Electric motor for organ blower I 26

Information on Organ IV 106

Letter from Incorporated Church Building Society I 41

Taylor’s ‘Details of Bells’ I 45


Broome, newspaper cutting, Luppitt I 67


1960 Ten little ‘Trigger’ boys III 81-3

Commons Deed IV 151

Charity Commissioners letter, Church Lands III 114-5

1961 Wiring of tower staircase I 26


1962 Church roof timbers sprayed I 8. 108


Repair to Churchyard retaining wall I 10

1963 New Church tower roof I 151-3

London protest, verse IV 225

Choir stalls, width reduced I 152


Land Tax abolished IV 145


1964 Vault masonry, Ralegh Radford I 150

Electric line wayleave, Church lands I 154

Meeting on School closure III 59

1965 Charity Commission letter to M. P. I 158


W. E. Broom, family of ringers III 127


Revd. Scott’s report on Luppitt Bells I 162. 258

W. E. Isaac, School list I 170-3

Commons Registration Act III 69

History of Luppitt Commons IV 149


1966 South Transept Stone screen monument, Drawing by K. Hunt I 89


Decision to start fund for augmenting bells I 248

Hoskin’s ‘Old Devon’ I 224-7

School closed III 45. 130

1967 Revd. F. T. Maydew, letters (see 1926) I 215

‘Operation Octave’ I 217

First Postbus IV 14

Mrs. A. Sage, ‘Our village 60yrs ago’ I 230

1968 Revd. J. F. Prowse resigns, Interregnum details I 233


Slader’s ‘The Churches of Devon’ I 320

Pastoral Measure II 14

1969 Internal Decoration of Church I 232

Interregnum details I 234


1970 Mrs. A. Sage, Memorial carpet I 246-7


Interregnum details I 235

Flint Axe Head stone II 8

1971 Interregnum details I 236

Decimal currency IV 23


Removal of hedge bank I 237


Death & funeral of J. F. Prowse I 239-45

Church theft IV 247

Plaque for Group Captain P. R. Walker CBE. DSO. DFC. I 246

1972 Consecration of Churchyard extension I 238


Bitmac on main Churchyard path I 245


Planting of Tree at Village Hall I 246

1973 Carpet blessed at Easter I 246-7

1974 Church notice board I 246

Dedication of two new Bells I 248-59


New Prayer & Hymn Books, Mr. T. Wilson I 299


Order in Council – United Benefice I 329

Pastoral Reorganisation II 14-5

1975 Dr. F. Crabb made Bishop of Athabasca, Canada I 260-2

F. J. Sage & family to Kenya I 263


1976 Tithe details from Diocese I 292


Luppitt WI ceased III 129

Revd. S. J. Reed welcomed I 300

Churchyard drain I 298

1977 Dedication of Hymn books I 299



“ of new bell ropes, memorial to Mrs. F. M. Crabb I 299

Demolish kitchen end of Village Hall, Stage I I 300-1

Redevelopment of Village Hall II 118-24

Jubilee Trees planted I 308

Church roof repairs I 312

1978 Church boiler house roof repairs I 248. 312


Sparks, Dunkeswell Abbey I 325

Snow blizzard, Luppitt Stone II 13

1979 Levelling grave mounds I 293

Further Church roof repairs I 313


New grass mower & cleaner I 313


Dumpdon shooting school III 138

1981 Main Village Hall demolished, Stage II I 300. 322

Sir George Carew – Mary Rose I 323-4

Tapster flood III 124


Architect’s report, South Transept wall II 1


1982 Coxhead died. Files to Exeter I 51

Village Hall III 132

Completion of Church car park grid I 333

1982 South Transept wall rebuilt. Window I 338

1983 Goodenough’s ‘Country Parson’ I 338

Luppitt Stone erected II 13

Bitmac to Church car park path II 19

South/West Tower buttress rebuilt II 25


1984 New Church porch notice board I 280

Meeting re. Barnfield Project II 115

1985 Meteorite at Higher Shelvin II 91

Diocesan Parish map II 93


Churchyard retaining wall rebuilt II 112


Wigfield’s ‘Monmouth Rebels’ II 125

Munday’s ‘A Parish Patchwork’ III 92

1986 B. B. C. Domesday Project II 97

Ownership of Church Pews II 111


Celtic word ‘Devon’ II 147


Luppitt Exhibition II 148-53

“ “ Labels III 32

W. J. Walden Legacy III 24-9

Church heating boiler repairs III 30


Ownership of four small plots III 58


Luppitt Parish Appraisal III 60-66

1987 Historic Buildings Survey III 66. 148

“ “ “ IV 104

Luppitt Sailors II 29-32


“ “ III 68. 135-7


1988 Anniversary of Augmentation of Bells 1928 III 102

Armada 400 III 154

1989 Water and Gas pipes IV 22

1990 A. Wright, Board IV 40


Village Hall Extension IV 53


1991 Dumpdon Archaeological Dig IV 240

1991 Henry Deeme long case clock IV 288

Village Green Competition IV 241

1993 Thefts of Brass jug and Oak chest IV 247


Tower pointing IV 248


1994 Development of Parish Councils IV 243

1995 Ely Cathedral photo IV 301

1997 Arson attack on Luppitt Church IV 278

Weather, 1946-7 IV 302-3


Pack of Deeds IV 234


1999 Hense Moor, S. S. S. I. IV 245

Flower festival

Baptists Assembly 1689 letter IV 249-52

2000 Millennium Projects IV 279-88


Sale particulars; Rolleshayes, Shoevin and Knights IV 255


Fenny Bridges memorial IV 260

Mother Shipton’s Poem 1486-88 IV 261-3

2001 Greenway iron targets IV 290. 317-9

Luppitt fires IV 293-8


Mr. Helyar’s tragic death 11/8/1882 IV 299


Ford Bridge IV 298

2002 Hitler’s downfall IV 304

Dissent in the Church IV 308

2002 Bell ringing records IV 311

2003 Tavistock Goozey Vair IV 312

Widdicombe Vair IV 326

Wolford Chapel IV 321

2004 General Eisenhower’s message ‘D-Day + 60’ IV 327

Flower Festival IV 339

Luppitt Mill IV 341

2005 Trafalgar IV 364-84



Dumpdon panel IV 369


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