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Tamerton Foliott

Transcribed from - Morris and Co.'s Commercial Directory and Gazetteer. 1870

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 TAMERTON FOLIOTT is a village and parish in Plympton St. Mary union containing, by the census of 1861, 1164 inhabitants, and 5150 acres; in the deanery of Tamerton, to which it gives the name, archdeaconry of Totnes, diocese of Exeter, hundred of Roborough, South Devonshire; 5 miles north of Plymouth, and 10 miles south from Tavistock. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. George Frederick Arthur, M.A., had the tithes commuted, in 1839, for £339 10s. per annum, with residence and three acres of glebe land, and is in the patronage of the Lord Chancellor. The rectorial tithes were also commuted at £155 10s. per annum. The church is an ancient edifice, in the Perpendicular style, dedicated to St. Mary, consisting of nave, chancel, north and south aisles, and a noble tower with six bells. There is an Endowed School for the education and clothing of twenty boys, and a Parochial School for children of both sexes. The poor have charitable bequests producing about £30 per annum. Walter Radcliffe, Esq., J.P., is lord of the manor, and he and Sir Massey Lopes, Bart., are the chief landowners. A cattle fair is held here annually on the third Wednesday in July.

  MARISTOW, the seat of Sir Massey Lopes, Bart., M.P., is situated in the midst of well wooded grounds, on the east bank of the river Tavey, 3 miles north from the village. It was twice visited, in 1789, by George III., Queen Caroline, and three of the Princesses, on their visit to Saltram.

Clergy and Gentry.

Arthur Rev. George Frederick, M.A., The Vicarage

Briggs William, Esq., Down house

Coster Mr. Oliver

Dance Mr. Geogre Broadley

Dawe Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Henwell

Ewing Mrs.

Fitza Miss.

Fox Mr. Richard Reynolds, Westbrook

Girling Mr. James, Looseoey house

Grigg Mark, Esq., Cann house

Grigg John W., Esq., Powisland

Hawken Mr. Charles, Wadlands

Jefferys Mr. John, West park

Jones Captain, R.N.

Knight Mrs. Jane, Green bank

Lopes Sir Massey, Bart., M.P., J.P., Maristow

Liscombe Robert, Esq., Upland

Liscombe Thomas Laver, Esq., Upland

Melhuish Mr. William, Haxter gate

Pool Henry Charles, Esq., paymaster R.N., Powisland villa

Radcliffe Walter Coplestone, Esq., J.P., Warleigh

Smith Miss., Alwyn view

Stuttaford Mr. Andrew, Irving

Wainwright Mr. Joseph, Green bank

Trades and Professions.

Arthur James, farmer, Horsham

Avery Richard, farmer, Langley

Bawden Richard, carpenter

Brown James, collector of taxes

Brown William, farmer, Ashleigh

Button Thomas, farmer, Whitsom

Callaway William, blacksmith

Cockram George, farmer, Dunsbear

Cloyn Henry John, nurseryman

Couch Henry, farmer, Haysend and North Cann

Daw Mrs. J., farmer, Henwell

Dunn John, shopkeeper

Ellis John, mason and nurseryman

Fowler George, farmer, Bulteels Bickham

Gregory Matthew Henry, market gardener, coal and timber dealer, "Queen's Arms"

Gloyn Richard, farmer

Godfrey John, farmer, Coombe

Hacker John, carpenter and farmer, Birdcage

Harris George, butcher

Hayter Mrs., gardener, Torr

Hill John, farmer, North Broadley

Hill William, gardener

Kingwell James, dairyman, Denmark cot

Lethbridge John, farmer, Porsham

Lillicrap John, butcher

Lovell John, farmer, Pound

Loye Richard, farmer, Clittaford

Luscombe Henry, farmer, Warleigh

Maddock Andrew, carpenter

Maddock Mrs. Jane, farmer, Charity Bickley

March James, farmer, Widewell

 

March John, auctioneer and commission agent

Mason Isaac, farmer, North Coombe

Maynard John, farmer, Trehills

Nicholson Samuel, Roborough farm

Northcott John and Richard, builders

Northcott Richard, "King's Arms"

Packer George, mason

Pearse Miss Agnes, dairy

Pearse John, shoemaker

Pearse Philip, shoemaker

Penwarn Joseph, "Seven Stars"

Pepperell Mrs. Ann, beer retailer

Pethick John, machinist

Pickthorn George W., farmer, Berry

Pool Henry Charles, paymaster R.N., Powisland villa

Prowse George, "George " hotel

Rickard James, tailor and draper

Sandover Thomas, farmer, Henshires

Stephens Ptere, miller, Manor mills

Stoyle Samuel Vinning, baker, grocer, and druggist

Thomas William, farmer, Blaxton

Toms William, gardener

Vanstone William, farmer, Plymouth Broadley

Watts Henry, farmer, Suothway

Watkins Thomas, farmer, Bellavour

White Robert Vincent, farmer, Maristow Barton

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Post Office--- Mrs. Catherine Grigg, subpostmistress. Letters from Plymouth arrive at 9.30a.m.; dispatched at 4.45 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Plymouth.

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Carrier--- Richard Symons, to Plymouth, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

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