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Exeter, Yeovil and Dorchester Railway

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1845 Exeter, Yeovil and Dorchester Railway Provisional Committee.[1]

  • Earl Poulett, Hinton Park
  • Lord Bridport, Cricket
  • Sir John Kennaway, Escot
  • Sir Edmund Sanderson Prideaux, Netherton Hall
  • Sit John Trevelyan, Nettlecombe
  • Lt-Col Sir Henry Bailey, Lyme Regis
  • Thomas Hussey, Lyme Regis
  • Edward Woolmer, Mayor of Exeter
  • William Tombs, Exeter
  • John Chapman, Blackheath Park
  • The Chisholm, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Place
  • William Anning, Walnut House, Exeter
  • Charles Gordon, Wiscombe Park, Honiton
  • William A. H. Arundell, Lifton Park,
  • William Tucker, Coryton Park, Axminster
  • Ralph Sanders, Exeter
  • Henry Collins Splatt, Brixton, Devon
  • William Barnes, Mount Radford, Exeter
  • Lt-Col Macalester, Loupe Cottage, Axminster
  • Col Bragge, Sadborrow House, Thorncombe
  • Captain Pring, Ivedon Penn, Honiton
  • Capt Basleigh, Honiton
  • Major-Gen, Ellicombe, Worthing
  • Captain John L. Hulme, Exeter
  • John Ames, Pinhay House, Lyme Regis
  • Major Nathaniel Tryon Still, Axminster
  • John Hathersall Hallett, Stedcombe
  • Samuel Kingdon, Duryard Lodge, Exeter
  • William Kingdon, Haccombe, near Exeter
  • Daniel Bishop Davy, Topsham
  • Rawlin Mallock, Axminster
  • John H. Townsend, Portreeve of Honiton
  • Robert S. Cornish, Exeter
  • Edward Gard, Exeter
  • Joseph Sayell, Exeter
  • Ben Chaffey, Mandlin, Thorncombe
  • John Titherleigh, Axminster
  • William Cuff, Lace Manufacturer, Chard
  • John Batten, Yeovil
  • Thomas Cordell Newberry, Ottery St Mary
  • W. E. Snow, London
  • Samuel Segar Bastard, Exeter
  • John Eyre Kingdon, Exeter
  • Samuel Davies, Exeter
  • John Harris, Exeter
  • William Meade Smythe, Deer Park, Honiton
  • Samuel Cox, Beaminster
  • Thomas Fox, Beaminster
  • William Drewe, Exeter
  • Gustave Smith, Sidmouth
  • William Page Kingdon, Exeter
  • Henry Knight, Axminster
  • William Kennaway, Exter
  • Thomas Shapter, M.D., Exeter
  • William Porter, Henbury Fort, Honiton
  • Christopher Samuel Flood, Honiton
  • Charles Tucker, Harpford
  • Harry Buckland Lott, Tracey House, Honiton
  • Herman James Lott, Honiton
  • William Rogers, Honiton
  • John R. Rogers, Honiton
  • Charles Stockdale, Broadwindsor
  • George Trenchard, Wylde Oak
  • Richard Hayward, West Chinnock
  • John Hayward, West Chinnock
  • John Moore, West Coker
  • Richard Genge, West Chinnock
  • John Ben Coles, Chard
  • John Hussey, Lyme Regis
  • Charles Warre Loveridge, Crewkerne
  • William Dummett, Crewkerne

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 09 August 1845