(Majority compiled by Grahame Smith)
|Extracted Assize records||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|List of Bastardy Orders||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Information related to Luppitt Commons||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Extract from the Devon Muster roll of 1569||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|WWII Evacuees homed at Luppitt, including where they came from||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Extracted information about Luppitt Men involved in the Monmouth Rebellion||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Removal orders detailing movements from and to Luppitt||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|An alphabetical listing of people named in the Removal orders document||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Extracted sections from the Devon subsidy rolls (1524 - 1545)||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Information from Devon Tax records (1581 - 1660)||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Luppitt Tithe Map apportionments (1842) (Also see the tithemap pages)||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|Assorted Trade directories between 1850 and 1935||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|1653 Indenture between Alexander Popham and Isatt Catford regarding a large part of Sharcombe, which Popham had by the death of Joan Horsey, and is selling to Isatt Catford, her son Walter, a Richard Nowell and a Richard Verrtu/ie, all of Boomer (?) North Petherton Somerset . Extracted summary and transcription provided courtesy of Elizabeth Howard and Gerald Rogers. Original: Somerset Record Office DD/ PO t 2||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|The Rogers Family of Luppitt. A comprehensive history, researched and produced by Gerald Rogers of Penzance. Information provided courtesy of Mr. Gerald Rogers||Word 6 Doc||Text file|
|'Share Certificates' issued to those who donated to the appeal to provide electric lighting in the Church (1950's). Source: J. Sage||Front cover||Inside pages|
|A 1956 Whiteways Cyder Company delivery note for the delivery of a cask of "rough cider" to the Luppitt Inn. Source: Grahame Smith||Note|
|Copies of a deed and indenture related to Luppitt. Source: Ms E. Howard||Deed text file||Indenture text file|
|An 1827 letter from Lord Sidmouth to the Luppitt Commoners, detailing his apportionment of grazing rights to farmers and their estates. The front page details his decision, and the inside page lists each farmer, their estate, and the number of sheep they are permitted to graze. The original was given to John Sage by Mr A. J. Rokes, Spurtham, Upottery on 25/11/1966 Unreadale sections in the paper fold of the Grazing rights page are: Under John Apling: Same Under Rolehays: Holwood Under Alice Moore: William Wright Under Part of Town: Combeshead; Hoskyn's Overday Under 3rd fold: John Bishop Under Warren's Odell: Snook's||Letter||Grazing rights|
Award to Lieut. W. J. Walden from Lt-Gen E. A. Osborne and No. 4 (Luppitt) Platoon 'D' Coy., 19th Seaton Bn. Devon Home Guard.
Remaining wording on the gift is:
"As a token of appreciation for his unstinted services to the Platoon. Lt.-General E. A. Osborne, C.B., D.S.O., C-S-M. A. G. Hooper, Sergt J. Sage, Sergt. A. J. Crabb, Sergt., J. Edwards, Sergt. E. Venables, Sergt. W. J. Perkins, Sergt. T. Warren, Cpl. A. Braddick, Cpl. F. T. Braddick, L/Cpl. A. W. Corrick, Cpl S. C. Ewinds, Cpl. D. Fone, l/Cpl. E. Manley, Cpl. A. E. Manley, Cpl. T. P. Martin, L/Cpl. R. C Pragnell, L/Cpl. H. J. Thorne, Pte. W. Agar, Pte. W. Ayres, Pte. A. F. W. Blackmore, Pte. D. Buck, Pte. R. C. Burgess, Pte. R. Carter, Pte. A. Clapp, Pte. G. Clapp, Pte. C. Coles, Pte. C. Crabb, Pte. A. Dare, Pte. L. Drew, Pte. B. A. Finn (Revd.), Pte. D. P. Godfrey, Pte. B. Hancock, Pte. W. Hancock, Pte. W. Hart, Pte. J. Larcombe, Pte. E. Loveridge, Pte. L. Manville, Pte. L. Marker, Pte. R. J. Middleton, Pte. S. J. Middleton, Pte. F. J. Pulman, Pte. K. Pulman, Pte. L. J. Pulman, Pte. R. R. Pulman, Pte. L. Rock, Pte. R. Rosewell, Pte. L. Rowland, Pte. S. O. Sparks, Pte. G. Spilller, Pte. E. Thorne, Pte. H. Toomey, Pte. F. Tottle, Pte. T. F. Tottle, Pte. T. Travers, Pte. S. F. Valentine, Pte. G. Warren, Pte. J. Wilson, Pte. A. F. C. Wright, Miss N. Crabb, Miss O. M. Sage."
Photographs of Greenway 'Target'. Originally used for rifle practice, and dug out of an earth bank at Greenway farm. Shortly to be put on display outside Luppitt village hall.
Old target advert