Catalogue description Calmady Family Papers

This record is held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

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Title: Calmady Family Papers
Description:

Records of the Calmady Family

 

This deposit consists of two main groups of material. Firstly records dating up to 1717 which complement and supplement the earlier Accession 372. These include records of the Gayer family - relationship to the Calmady is given immediately before the list of the Gayer records).

 

The second group consists of much more recent material relating to the latter descendants of the Calmadys and their estates in North Devon. This group of records contains the papers of the Colliers and Hotchkys's as well as the Camadys, (again a more detailed account of their relationship to the Calmadys is given immediately before the list to each family's records).

 

Calmady Family Records of Title

 

Leases

 

Estate Records

 

Family Records

 

Miscellaneous

 

Gaver Family Papers

 

Hotchkys Family Papers

 

Collier Family Papers

Date: 1558-1918
Related material:

See also Accession Plymouth and West Devon Record Office 372 - entitled Calmady Manuscripts and separately bound, in searchroom

Held by: Plymouth and West Devon Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Calmady family of Langdon, Devon

Physical description: 103 files
Administrative / biographical background:

A brief history of the Calmady family up to c1800 can be found at the beginning of PWDRO 372. The later Calmadys are descended from Admiral Charles Holmes Everett. He adopted the name and arms of the family in 1788 by right of his marriage to Pollexfen Calmady, heiress to the family estates. Admiral Calmady, as he became known, was succeeded by his son Charles Biggs Calmady. The Calmady lineage presently lies with the Collier family of Woodtown, Sampford Spiney, descendants of Cycill Christiana Calmady (sister of Vincent Pollexfen Calmady) who in 1854 married William Frederick Collier.

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