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ARCHDEACONS OF TOTNES.

George Moore, collated 15th Feb. 1788. Died 12th March 1807, aetat. 75 ; buried in Heavitree church.

William Short, collated 8th April, 1807. Resigned; died 23rd May 1826, aetat. 68.

John Bull, D.D., collated 6th Feb., and installed 4th March 1826. On his resignation for Barum [Barnstaple].

John Sheepshanks was collated 11th May 1826. Ob. 17th Dec. 1844, aetat. 80.

William John Phillpotts, collated 6th Jan. 1845.

ARCHDEACONS OF TOTNES OR TOTTON.

John de Bradelegh held this office before the year 1140.

Hugh de Avigo occurs in 1143.

Ascelinus occurs about 1165.

Baldwin and Robert are witnesses to deeds of bishop Bartholomew's between the years 116i and 1184.

Bernard died 3rd June 1190.

John Fitz-John seems to have succeeded Bernard.

Gilbert Basset occurs in 1206.

Walter de Grey occurs loth May 12078.

John de Bridport occurs in Aug. the same year 9.

Thomas de Boues, appointed by the king in 121310.

R., [Richard Cowe?] was archdeacon in 1219.

Hugh was archdeacon, but the date of his appointment does not occur.

Ysaac occurs in 1225.

John de Kent witnessed a deed while Serlo was dean. His obit was kept 2nd Dec.

Roger de Wynkelegh witnessed bishop Brewer's confirmation of Woodbury 28th May 1228, and became second dean of Exeter.

Thomas Pincerna occurs in 1238, and he witnessed

8 Pat. 8 Joh. m. 1, and 9 Joh, m. 5. 9 Pat. 9 Job. m. 5.

10 Pat. 15 Joh. m. 9.

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