Printed Sources on Prisons in Devon (archived copy), and on Crime and Punishment (archived copy), from the Devon Record Office.Devon Prisons (archived copy) - brief details and staff listings, from the Rossbret Prisons web-site.Samantha Letters' Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516 - Devon section. The Survey of West Country Manors 1525: Devon, Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire is available on microfiche from Harry Galloway Publishers and Booksellers, The Cottage, Manor Terrace, Paignton, Devon TQ3 3RQ.
About 1500 of its members are listed in the "Members Interests" booklet published by the Society. The Devonshire Association was "founded in 1862 with objectives to further the study of science, literature and the arts in relation to the county of Devon", and publishes its Transactions annually.
Abstracts of articles in Vol 131 (1999) onwards are available online, and there is a searchable index covering the period 1862-2010.
Some parts of its coasts are composed of lofty cliffs, but at others there is a beautiful sandy shore. It sends 22 members to parliament." (From NOTE 1: The Online Gazetteer of Devon can be used to identify which town or parish a place is located in.
The air and climate are so mild and salubrious that invalids often retire to its sea-ports for the winter. There is also a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) file for these Devon pages, and a What's New page listing major recent additions.
Reports in Australian Newspapers (1819-1829) of Escaping Devon Prisoners, provided by Lindsey Withers.
, whose text is used to to infer (unfortunately not necessarily always accurately) which parish or town the various places (chapels, churches, farms, hamlets, houses, inns, manors, schools, streets, villages, etc.) are located in.
NOTE 2: Volunteers are sought for the Devon Pre-1841 Census and Population Listing Transcription Project, the Devon Book Indexing Project, and the Devon Online Parish Clerks scheme.
A Devon Book of Days (archived copy) - "What happened in Devon on any day in the past?
Many copies of the Transactions are now available online in the Internet Archive - see listing.
Index to the Report of the First Meeting of the Devonshire Association (Exeter 1862), provided by Michael Steer.
"A county of England [map (above) shows location] reaching from the Bristol to the English Channel, and bounded by Cornwall, and Somersetshire, and Dorsetshire.