M*CH*MORE One Name Study

UK LIFE EVENTS

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Education and training
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1881 won the IVa Form Prize at Exeter School, St Leonard's, Exeter Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 27 Jul 1881
A M MICHELMORE, Miss Feb 1891 placed 8th in Civil Service examination for female telegraph learners Aberdeen Weekly Journal
7 Mar 1891
Albert John MUCHMORE Nov 1877 b Dec 1873 ^ Hampton Cottages: admitted to Charles Boys School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Albert MITCHELMORE 1897 b 24 Nov 1892, father C F MITCHELMORE: admitted to Hockworthy Church of England School FindMyPast
Albert MICHELMORE 1901 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Subordinate Officer, Division I, Prisons Department, without competition Edinburgh Gazette
12 Apr 1901
Albert Edward MUCHMORE 18 Jul 1904 received Civil Service Commission certification as cooper, Royal Victoria Yard, Deptford, without competition London Gazette 2 Aug 1904
Alf MICHELMORE Mar 1875 son of the Mayor of Totnes: passed Cambridge Matriculation Examinations Totnes Times 6 Mar 1875
Alfred MUCHMORE 10 Jun 1912 received Civil Service Commission certification as Clerk, Second Division after open competition London Gazette 2 Jul 1912
Alfred MICHELMORE 1927-1928 participated as a student in the Cambridge expedition to arctic Spitsbergen in 1927, took his bachelor's degree at Trinity College in 1928, ended up as a field ecologist in Northern Rhodesia Peder Anker, Imperial Ecology: Environmental Order in the British Empire 1895-1945. Harvard University Press, 2001.
Alice Maude MICHELMORE 24 Apr 1891 received Civil Service Commission certification as Female Telegraph Learner in a London District Office, after open competition London Gazette 28 Apr 1891
Alice Mabel MITCHELMORE 27 Jun 1912 b 29 May 1904, father John Henry of 6 King Street: admitted to Standard I at Rack Street Central School, Exeter, previously at school in Plymouth; left 3Dec1912, left city FindMyPast
Alice Mabel MITCHELMORE 1913 b 29 May 1905, father Thomas of Fairfields: admitted to Mary Tavy County Primary School, previously at school in Exeter; left 6Jul1917 FindMyPast
Amy MICHELMORE 18 Apr 1887 b 8 Apr 1884, father Charles MICHELMORE, Higher Coombe: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastliegh FindMyPast
Annie MITCHELMORE 1881 b 5 Sep 1873, father Edwin: admitted to Erne & Avon School, Ringmore FindMyPast
Annie MITCHMORE 18 Sep 1899 b 1 Nov 1886, father John: admitted to Brixham National School, previously at High Brixham School FindMyPast
Caroline MITCHELMORE 9 Apr 1888 b 7 Dec 1882, father Will H MITCHELMORE, labourer of Poundsgate: admitted to Leusdon Council School infants department, Widecombe; left 3Aug1897 FindMyPast
Caroline MICHELMORE 14 Apr 1889 admitted to Lee Mill School, Plympton St Mary; left 25 Mar 1890 FindMyPast
Cecil MICHELMORE Dec 1915 received third prize in butter making after course of instruction at Cheriton Bishop Devon Record Office
Chas MITCHELMORE 6 Sep 1899 b 5 Jan 1886, father Andrew MITCHELMORE ^ 74 Richard Street: admitted to Howard Gardens & Howardian High School for Boys, Cardiff, previously at Albany Road School FindMyPast
Charles MITCHELMORE 1891 b 9 Sep 1879, father John: admitted to South Molton National School FindMyPast
Charlie MICHELMORE 14 Apr 1889 admitted to Lee Mill School, Plympton St Mary; left 28 Mar 1890 FindMyPast
Charles Henry MICHELMORE 8 Nov 1902 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Shipwright, Devonport Dockyard, Admiralty without competition London Gazette 11 Nov 1902
Clarence W MITCHELMORE 1897 b 2 Oct 1894, father John MITCHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
David J MITCHELMORE 22 Sep 1891 b 13 Jul 1888, father William MITCHELMORE ^ Clive Street: admitted to St Fagan's National School, Trecynon, left Jan 1896 FindMyPast
David John MITCHEMORE 13 Jan 1896 b 25 Feb 1889, father David MITCHEMORE ^ 43 Glan Road: admitted to Park School, Abderdare, previously at St Fagan's National School, left 10 Jul 1901 for Higher Grade School, Aberdare Post Office FindMyPast
Deane MITCHELMORE 1908 b 11 Feb 1900, parent M MITCHELMORE: admitted to Kingswear County Primary School FindMyPast
E Vernon MITCHELMORE 9 Aug 1888 scholar at the National School Laugharne: performed at prize day entertainment [similar reports 1890-1891] Welshman 10 Aug 1888
Edgar MITCHELMORE 19 Jun 1893 b 26 Jan 1883, father Frank ^ 27 Oakfield Terrace: admitted to Cattdown Road Senior School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Edgar MITCHELMORE 1897 b 29 Jul 1893, parents Elias & Mary: admitted to Bickington Church of England School FindMyPast
Edith Alberta MICHELMORE 27 Aug 1883 b 7 Aug 1872, father Frederick of 27 Glyn Road: admitted to Rushmore Road Girls' School, Hackney, formerly at Sidney Road Elementary School, left 17 Jun 1887 FindMyPast
Edith Marion MITCHELMORE 1894 b 2 Apr 1891, father John MITCHELMORE: admittted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
Edward MITCHELMORE 1840 age 5, father John MITCHELMORE, carpenter of Slapton Village: admitted to Fourth Class at Slapton School under Kelland Charity FindMyPast
Edwd MICHELMORE 10 May 1897 b 3 Feb 1889: admitted to Paignton National School; formerly at school in Camberwell, London FindMyPast
Edward Austin MITCHELMORE 24 Aug 1903 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Post Office Learner, Yeovil, without competition London Gazette 28 Aug 1903
Edward MITCHELMORE 16 Dec 1908 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Postman, London, after open competition London Gazette 1 Jan 1909
Edward Austin MITCHELMORE 31 Mar 1913 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Clerical Assistant, Post Office after limited competition London Gazette 1 Apr 1913
Edward Austin MITCHELMORE 21 Oct 1921 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Post Office Supplementary Clerk after competition London Gazette 4 Nov 1921
Edwin MITCHELMORE 1882 b 2 Nov 1874, mother Susan: admitted to Brixham British School FindMyPast
Edwin Herbert MITCHELMORE 28 Apr 1897 b 4 Jun 1890, father Andrew MITCHELMORE ^ 153 Cyfarthfa Street: admitted to Albany Road School, Roath FindMyPast
Edwin Herbert MITCHELMORE 15 Jan 1900 b 4 Jun 1890, father Andrew MITCHELMORE ^ 74 Richard Street:admitted to Marlborough Road Primary School, Cardiff, previously at Albany Road Bd School, left 20 Jul 1900, invalided FindMyPast
Edwin Herbt MITCHELMORE 15 Nov 1900 b 4 Jun 1890, mother Elizth MITCHELMORE ^ 74 Richard Street:admitted to Gladstone Primary School, previously at Marlborough Road School, left 14 Nov 1902 FindMyPast
Edwin MICHELMORE 3 Feb 1908 b 1 Jul 1901, of Prospect Road: admitted to Brixham British School, previously at Furzeham Infants'; left 4 Feb 1915 lab cert FindMyPast
Eleanor Ruby MITCHELMORE 18 Oct 1909 b 9 Aug 1896 ^ 12 Old Laira Road, father engine driver: admitted to Laira Green Primary School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Elizth MITCHEMORE 1844 left Plymouth Public School, went to live at Stonehouse FindMyPast
Elizabeth Jane MICHELMORE 27 Aug 1883 b 13 Nov 1876, father Frederick, 27 Glyn Road: admitted to Rushmore Road Girls' School, Hackney, previously at Sidney Road Elementary School, left 1885 FindMyPast
Elizabeth Ann Amelia MITCHELMORE 1895 b 20 Jun 1891, father William E MITCHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
Elsie MICHELMORE 18 Apr 1887 b 1 Sep 1882, father Charles MICHELMORE, Higher Coombe: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastliegh FindMyPast
Elsie MITCHELMORE 1 Oct 1901 b 24 May 1898, father Frank ^ Brendon House: admitted to Mount Street School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Elsie MITCHELMORE 7 Apr 1902 b 23 May 1898, father William ^ 1 Chapel Street: admitted to Mount Street School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Elsie MITCHELMORE 26 Feb 1906 b 23 May 1898 ^ 1 Chapel Street: admitted to Mount Street School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Elsie Mitchelmore FORDER 1887 passed the Trinity College of Music examination in musical knowledge (Senior Division), sitting at Salisbury The Hampshire Advertiser
22 Jan 1887
Emily MITCHELMORE 1881 b 9 Nov 1875, father Edwin: admitted to Erne & Avon School, Ringmore FindMyPast
Eric MITCHELMORE 1912 b 8 Apr 1905, guardian G BUCK: admitted to Bovey Tracey National School FindMyPast
Ewart MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1894 b 9 Sep 1885, father Frank ^ Gibbon's Lane: admitted to Charles Boys School, Plymouth, previously at Cattedown School FindMyPast
F MICHELMORE 4 Dec 1891 admitted to Berkhampstead & Northchurch National School, Berkhampstead FindMyPast
F MITCHELMORE 21 Aug 1894 police officer, Llanelly: received re-examination certificate from St John Ambulance Association South Wales Daily Post
22 Aug 1894
Flor Helena MICHELMORE 27 Aug 1883 b 13 Sep 1874, father Frederick, 27 Glyn Road: admitted to Rushmore Road Girls' School, Hackney, previously at Sidney Road Elementary School, left 1888 FindMyPast
Florence MITCHELMORE 1885 b 18 Aug 1877, father John: admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School, Torquay FindMyPast
Florence MITCHELMORE 1886 b 18 Aug 1877, father William: admitted to St John's Mixed School, Torquay FindMyPast
Florence MITCHELMORE 1902, 1905 b 2 Aug 1896, father James: admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School, Torquay FindMyPast
Flor May MITCHELMORE 1913 b 30 May 1904, father Fred MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Francis T MITCHELMORE 1911, 1913 b 2 Jan 1906, father George MITCHELMORE: admitted to St Mary Church of England School, Eastham, Cheshire FindMyPast
Fredk MICHELMORE 1 Mar 1882 b 16 Feb 1875, of Kirkham Street: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Freddy MICHELMORE 14 Apr 1889 admitted to Lee Mill School, Plympton St Mary; left 28 Mar 1890 FindMyPast
Fred R MITCHELMORE 1907, 1911 b 23 Jan 1900, father Fred MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Fred MITCHELMORE 1908 b 28 Jul 1895, parent M MITCHELMORE: admitted to Kingswear County Primary School FindMyPast
Fredk John MITCHELMORE 1914 b 7 Mar 1910, father Thomas: admitted to Mary Tavy County Primary School, Manaton FindMyPast
George MITCHELMORE 1875 b 21 Apr 1868, father Edwd MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
George MITCHELMORE 19 Apr 1909 b 4 Sep 1895, father Andrew ^ 1 Frankfort Blds: admitted to Plymouth Public School FindMyPast
George MICHELMORE 15 May 1893 b 8 Jul 1888, father William H MICHELMORE, labourer of Poundsgate: admitted to Leusdon Council School, Widecombe; left 14 Jul 1902 FindMyPast
George MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1897 b 23 Apr 1889, father Robt MICHELMORE, Mill Cottages: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
George Wm MITCHELMORE 22 Apr 1913 b 1 Oct 1908, father Thomas: admitted to Mary Tavy County Primary School, left 21 Dec 1922 FindMyPast
George Geoffrey MICHELMORE 1906-1913 student at St Lawrence College, Ramsgate; ^ 6 Chatham Street, Ramsgate Register of St Lawrence College, Ramsgate
Gertrude MICHELMORE 5 Apr 1886 b 12 Nov 1882, father John MICHELMORE, Slapton: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 21 Dec 1894 FindMyPast
Gertrude Florence Muriel MITCHELMORE 26 Apr 1918 received Civil Service Commission certification as Post Office Telephonist, Torquay London Gazette 3 May 1918
Gladys MUCHAMORE 4 May 1910 b 1 7 Jun 1901, father William ^ 30 Sydney Road:admitted to Borstal National School, Rochester, previously at Troy Town R FindMyPast
Gordon Edward MITCHELMORE Jun 1947 passed final examination for the degrees of MB, ChB at the University of Bristol Western Daily Press
30 Jun 1947
Gwendoline MITCHELMORE 3 Jun 1920 received Civil Service Commission certification as Female Learner, London Post Office after open competition Edinburgh Gazette 9 Jul 1920
H MITCHELMORE 14 Apr 1893 admitted to Berkhampstead & Northchurch National School, Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire FindMyPast
Harold Gaye MICHELMORE 188x referred to as a fellow Old Newtonian to English writer Bertram Fletcher Robinson [implying that he attended Newton College, Wolborough] BFR online
Harold MITCHELMORE 9 Jul 1894 b 16 Dec 1887, father Francis MITCHELMORE ^ Brendon House: admitted to Mount Street School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Henry MICHELMORE 1852 member of Shrewsbury School cricket team, left Midsummer 1852; became solicitor, Newton Abbot Shrewsbury School Register 1798-1898
Henry William MICHELMORE 1878-1882 boarder in Cotton's House, Rugby School Rugby School archivist
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE Sep1904-1908 boarder in Steel's House, Rugby School Rugby School archivist
Henry Richard Aubrey MICHELMORE Oct 1948 of Maldon, Sidmouth: awarded Diploma in Child Health by the Royal College of Physicians of London Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
22 Oct 1948
Herbert Henry MITCHMORE 16 Jun 1936 received Civil Service Commission certification as a postman, Totnes Post Office London Gazette 7 Jul 1936
Hilda MUCHAMORE 2 Apr 1906 b 16 Apr 1898, father William ^ 3 Highclere Cottages: admitted to Borstal National School, Rochester, previously at Borstal Infants School FindMyPast
Hilda MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1895 b 12 Jun 1891, father Richard MICHELMORE, Mount: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastleigh FindMyPast
Horace John MITCHELMORE 29 Oct 1901 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Clerk of the Second Division after open competition London Gazette 1 Nov 1901
Ithiel MITCHELMORE 13 Dec 1895 admitted to Albury Church of England School, Albury, Surrey [further records up to 1898] FindMyPast
James MITCHELMORE 21 Aug 1911 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Joiner, Bull Point Naval Ordnance Depot [Plymouth], without competition London Gazette 1 Sep 1911
James MITCHELMORE 20 Oct 1916 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Temporary Assistant Postman, Post Office, without competiion London Gazette 3 Nov 1916
James MITCHELMORE 14 Jun 1937 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Skilled Labourer, HM Dockyards & Naval Establishments, without competition London Gazette 9 Jul 1937
James Frederick MUCHMORE 28 Jul 1939 received Civil Service Commission certification as postman or mail porter, Clerical Class, without competition, and assigned to London London Gazette 22 Aug 1939
Jane MICHELMORE 9 Oct 1876 b 1 May 1863, mother Mary Ann MITCHELMORE, Slapton: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, formerly at East Allington School, left 29 Mar 1877 FindMyPast
Jane MICHELMORE 1897 b 4 Aug 1893, father Richard MICHELMORE:admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastleigh FindMyPast
Janet MITCHELMORE 1894 b 19 Jul 1889, parents Albert & Henrietta: admitted to Bickington Church of England School FindMyPast
Jenny MICHELMORE 16 Sep 1890 b 22 May 1886, father Charles MICHELMORE, Higher Coombe: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastleigh FindMyPast
John MITCHELMORE 1840 age 5, father John MITCHELMORE, carpenter of Slapton Village: admitted to Fourth Class at Slapton School under Kelland Charity FindMyPast
John MICHELMORE 5 Mar 1883 b 28 Dec 1876, mother Susan MICHELMORE, Quay, widow: admitted to Brixham British School FindMyPast
John MICHELMORE 3 Mar 1877 b Apr 1877, father Robt MICHELMORE, Kircham Street: admitted to Paignton National School [entry struck through] FindMyPast
Jno MITCHELMORE 17 Feb 1885 b 28 Apr 1877, father F MITCHELMORE, Kirkham Street: admitted to Paignton National School primary department FindMyPast
John C I MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1888 b 17 Apr 1885, father James MICHELMORE, Poole: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 24 Aug 1888 FindMyPast
John I C MICHELMORE 20 Jun 1889 b 17 Apr 1885, father James MICHELMORE, Poole: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 10 Jan 1890 FindMyPast
John MITCHELMORE 6 May 1901 b 5 Mar 1893, father John, guard ^ 29 Oxford Avenue: admitted to Charles Boys School, Plymouth, previously at a private school FindMyPast
John MITCHELMORE 1902 b 21 Aug 1895, father George MITCHELMORE: admitted to St Mary Church of England School, Eastham, Cheshire FindMyPast
John Henry MITCHELMORE 1903 b 3 Feb 1900, father John MITCHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
John Thomas MITCHELMORE 4 Feb 1918 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Skilled Labourer, H M Dockyards & Naval Estabishments, without competition Edinburgh Gazette
8 Mar 1918
Katharine MICHELMORE 19 Jun 1882 b 9 May 1878, father John MITCHELMORE, Slapton: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 20 Jun 1890 FindMyPast
Laura MUCHAMORE 1 Apr 1903 b 16 Sep 1894, father William ^ Alfred Terrace: admitted to Borstal National School, Rochester, previously at Borstal Infant School FindMyPast
Laura MITCHELMORE 9 Jan 1905 b 7 Aug 1898, father Charles ^ 11 York Terrace: admitted to Ford Board School, Devonport FindMyPast
Lawrence MICHELMORE 1903 b 5 Jun 1898. father William MICHELMORE: admitted to Leusdon Council School, Widecombe FindMyPast
Leonard Frank MITCHELMORE 1904 b 29 Dec 1892, father James Richard: admittted to Beechen Grove Board School, Watford FindMyPast
Leslie MITCHELMORE 5 May 1913 b 19 Jan 1910, father Wm Henry MITCHELMORE of Barracks: admitted to Kingsbridge School; left 18 Dec 1913, left town FindMyPast
Lewis W MITCHELMORE 7 Feb 1893 b 18 Jan 1890, father William ^ Clive Street: admitted to St Fagan's National School, Trecynon FindMyPast
Lewis MITCHELMORE 4 Jan 1897 b 18 Aug 1890, father Wm MITCHELMORE ^ 43 Glan Road: admitted to Park School, Aberdare; left 7 Sep 1902 to work FindMyPast
Lilian MICHELMORE 1884, 1887 b 15 Nov 1880, father James MICHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
Louisa MITCHELMORE 5 Sep 1904 b 19 Oct 1892, father George ^ 16 Pasby Street E: admitted to Ford Board School, Devonport [previously at Yarmouth?] FindMyPast
Louisa MITCHELMORE 1899, 1904 b 19 Oct 1892, mother Louisa: admitted to Brixham National School FindMyPast
Louisa MITCHELMORE 1913 b 31 Dec 1905, father Fred MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
M MICHELMORE, Miss 11 May 1891 passed the Oxford University Extension examination in Chemistry held at Totnes Grammar School Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 20 Jun 1891
Maggie MITCHELMORE 9 Feb 1885 b 4 Mar 1878, father William, collier ^ 1 Clive Street: admitted to St Fagan's National School, Trecynon FindMyPast
Mary MICHELMORE 1876 b 20 Aug 1862, father Robert MICHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School FindMyPast
Mary MITCHELMORE 17 Feb 1904 b 16 Jul 1900, father John ^ Harriet Street: admitted to St Fagan's National School, Trecynon FindMyPast
Matilda MITCHELMORE 5 Apr 1889 b 29 Jun 1885, father Will H MITCHELMORE, labourer of Poundsgate: admitted to Leusdon Council School, Widecombe FindMyPast
Maud Mary MICHELMORE 1888 b 25 Sep 1885, father John MICHELMORE: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 27 Jul 1894 FindMyPast
Maud MISCHELMORE 1898 b 1 Dec 1888, father Fred MISCHELMORE: admitted to Rushmore Road Girls' School, Hackney FindMyPast
Maud MITCHELMORE 1909 b 10 Dec 1903, father John MITCHELMORE: admitted to Sampford Courtenay School FindMyPast
P MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Mar 1881 gave prize, a pencil case, for the long jump event at the Exeter School athletic sports Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 6 Apr 1881
P MICHELMORE 1885 son of P MICHELMORE, Exeter: attended Clifton College until July 1885, attended Trinity College, Oxford, died Jun 1902 Clifton College Annals & Register 1862-1912
P MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1888 obtained Class IV honours in jurisprudence at Trinity College, Oxford Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 29 Jun 1888
P MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1892 ^ Trinity College, Oxford: conferred degree of Master of Arts Jackson’s Oxford Journal
11 Jun 1892
Percy MITCHELMORE 1891 b 23 Feb 1884, father Robert MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Phillip MICHELMORE 1891 b 5 Jun ?, father Philip MICHELMORE: admittted to Lee Mill School, Plympton St Mary FindMyPast
R Gertrude MICHELMORE 12 Jul 1895 at Exeter Museum, presented with a certificate on passing a University Extension Movement course on First aid to the wounded Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 13 Jul 1895
Ralph Godfrey MICHELMORE Sep1906-1909 boarder at Rugby School Rugby School archivist
Reginald MITCHELMORE 1903 b 14 Mar 1900, father James: admitted to St Saviour's & All Saints Church Primary School Torquay FindMyPast
Reginald Albert MUCHMORE 15 Sep 1916 received Civil Service Commission certification as Temporary Assistant Postman, Post Office without competition Edinburgh Gazette
6 Oct 1916
Reuben MICHELMORE 1909 b 3 Jul 1905, father Charlie: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastleigh FindMyPast
Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE 19 Apr 1909 b 1 Mar 1899, mother Susan ^ 31 Cambridge Lane W: admitted to Plymouth Public School, previously at Oxford Street Boys School FindMyPast
Samuel MITCHELMORE 2 Jan 1888 b 26 Feb 1881, father William, collier ^ Clive Street, Aberdare: admitted to St Fagan's National School, Aberdare FindMyPast
Susie MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1894 b 24 May 1890, father Charles MICHELMORE, Higher Coombe: admitted to Coombe School, Buckfastleigh FindMyPast
Stuart Walter Thomas MITCHELMORE 3 Aug 1938 received Civil Service Commission certification as Executive Class after open competition, assigned to the Board of Trade London Gazette 9 Sep 1938
T MICHELMORE, jun May 1842 awarded prize at the University of Glasgow, educated at Torre School near Torquay Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
7 May 1842
Thomas Mitchelmore HUNT 21 May 1915 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Male Learner, Ilford Post Office after limited competition London Gazette 4 Jun 1915
W J H MICHELMORE 6 May 1872 aged 7 yr 1 mo, father cabinet maker ^ 9 Commercial Street: admitted to St John's School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Thomas Mitchelmore HUNT 11 Sep 1929 received Civil Service Commission certification as Post Office Clerical Class after open competition London Gazette 4 Oct 1929
W MITCHELMORE Jul 1901 articled pupil to James JERMAN F R I B A, Exeter architect: at examination in London, obtained first class honours in building construction, awarded Bronze Medal Western Times 21 Aug 1901
W G MICHELMORE Nov 1917 major, RE, youngest son of Mr H W MICHELMORE of Exeter, at present in hospital in England as the result of wounds received in France: awarded Bachelor of Laws (Honorary War Degree) by London University Western Times 30 Nov 1917
Walter MUCHAMORE 3 May 1892 b 9 Mar 1879, father Wm MUCHAMORE ^ 28 Nelson Terrace, Laira: admitted to Sutton High School, Keppel Place, Plymouth FindMyPast
Walter MUCHAMORE 5 Sep 1911 father Walter MUCHAMORE ^ 116 Knighton Road: admitted to St John's School, Plymouth FindMyPast
Wm MITCHELMORE 1875 b 25 Nov, father Edwd MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
William MITCHELMORE 1881 b 1 Jan 1871, father Edwin: admitted to Erme & Avon School, Ringmore FindMyPast
Wm T MITCHELMORE 1886 b 1 Jul 1875, mother Mrs MITCHELMORE: admitted to Warberry Church Primary School, Torquay FindMyPast
Wm MITCHELMORE 1897 b 14 Oct 1889, father C F MITCHELMORE: admitted to Hockworthy Church of England School FindMyPast
Wm Geo MICHELMORE 9 Oct 1882 b 27 Sep 1879, mother Emma M MITCHELMORE, Slapton: admitted to Slapton County Primary School, left 25 Sep 1891 FindMyPast
Wilfred John MITCHELMORE 26 Feb 1894 b 6 Aug 1881, father John ^ 37 Hode Close: admitted to St Thomas's High Grade National School, Winchester, previously at Hyde School FindMyPast
Wm MUCHMORE 26 Apr 1848 aged 8, father Wm MUCHMORE ^ 5 Stilman Street, Plymouth: admitted to Plymouth Grey Coat School FindMyPast
William MITCHELMORE 1886 b 1 Jul 1875, father William MITCHELMORE: admitted to St John's Mixed School, Torquay FindMyPast
William MICHELMORE 1894 b Oct 1880, mother Emily MICHELMORE: admitted to Hele's School, Exeter FindMyPast
William MICHELMORE Sep 1899 passed examination in Freehand Drawing, Elementary Stage, Second Class. at the Exeter Technical and University Extension College Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 16 Sep 1899
William MITCHELMORE 1902 b 26 Aug 1891, father Joseph: admitted to St Marie's Roman Catholic Primary School, Widnes, Lancashire FindMyPast
William John Kellen MUCHAMORE 17 Dec 1902 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Subordinate Officer, Division I, Prisons Department, England without competition London Gazette 19 Dec 1902
Wm Rd MITCHELMORE 28 Aug 1911 b 5 Jun 1904, father Richard ^ 39 Claremont Street: admitted to Plymouth Public School, previously at Oxford Street Infants School FindMyPast
William Mitchelmore PHILLIPS 25 Feb 1909 received Civil Service Commission certification as a foreman, Army Ordnance Department, War Office Edinburgh Gazette
5 Mar 1909
William Godwin MICHELMORE May 1908 - 1912 boarder in Steel's House, Rugby School; gained his Cap in 1912 Rugby School archivist
William Raymond MITCHELMORE 1911 b 23 May 1903, father W T MITCHELMORE: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Winnie MITCHELMORE 1909 b 19 Jul 1903, guardian Mr HURRELL: admitted to Kingsbridge School FindMyPast
Winnie MITCHELMORE 1914 b 16 Jul 1907, father Fred Rob MITCHEL: admitted to Paignton National School FindMyPast
Occupations, professions and trades
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHAELMORE, Mr 4 Feb 1825 solicitor: appointed Proctor General of the Archdeaconry Court, Totnes Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 10 Feb 1825
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 May 1853 director of the Extra-Mural Cemetery Company, Torquay Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 2 Jun 1853
? MUCHMORE, Mr Nov 1864 farmer ^ nr Liskeard: has had several additions to their flocks of sheep during the last few days Royal Cornwall Gazette 2 Dec 1864
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1826-1866 solicitor ^ Totnes London Gazette various
? MICHELMORE, Mr 18 May 1878 retiring director of the Buckfastleigh, Totnes & South Devon Railway Company, re-elected Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 May 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Oct 1881 appointed himself as clerk to the visitors of the Western Counties Idiot Asylum, Starcross Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 26 Oct 1881
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Sep 1884 chairman, Buckfastleigh, Totnes & South Devon Railway Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 10 Sep 1884
? MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Oct 1884 appointed himself as clerk to the visitors of the Western Counties Idiot Asylum, Starcross Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 29 Oct 1884
? MITCHELMORE, Mr May 1885 undertaker ^ Spotlands Western Mail 18 May 1885
? MITCHELMORE Dec 1914 teacher ^ Bodfeurig, Carmarthenshire: had joined HM Forces North Wales Chronicle & Advertiser 11 Dec 1914
A J MITCHELMORE 25 Aug 1900 RN carpenter: appointed to the Northampton for Cleopatra Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 1 Sep 1900
A MICHELMORE Dec 1928 director, Totnes & Bridgetown Races Company Financial Times 8 Dec 1928
Alfred MICHELMORE 10 Mar 1885 land agent, Tregothnan, Truro [further advertisements appear up to Mar 1886] Royal Cornwall Gazette 20 Mar 1885
Alfred MICHELMORE 17 Aug 1885 agent to Lord Falmouth Royal Cornwall Gazette 21 Aug 1885
Alfred MUCHMORE 1 Apr 1937 appointed member of the Executive Council of the Colony of Aden London Gazette 23 Apr 1937
Alfred MUCHMORE 7 Mar 1945 OBE: appointed member of the Executive Council of the Colony of Aden London Gazette 20 Mar 1945
Alfred MUCHMORE 9 Mar 1948 OBE: re-appointed member of the Executive Council of the Colony of Aden London Gazette 26 Mar 1948
Amy MICHELMORE Aug 1908 appointed supplementary teacher in the infant department of Ashburton School Western Times 28 Aug 1908
B E MITCHELMORE, Mrs Jun 1935 licensee, Tradesmen's Arms, Stokenham: licence renewed Western Morning News
14 Jun 1935
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 manager, Western District Banking Company Daily News 22 Sep 1866
C S MITCHELMORE Feb 1907 manager, Blaenavon and Brynmawr branches of the Metropolitan Bank of England & Wales [also 1908-1909] North Wales Express
1 Feb 1907
C MITCHELMORE 15 Jan - 27 May 1915 employed by J H S SHIRREFF as gardener at Pitney House, Langport, Somerset Somerset Record Office
Charles MICHELMORE 27 Aug 1821 appointed Master Extraordinary in the High Court of Chancery London Gazette 28 Aug 1821
Charles MITCHELMORE Nov 1902 manager, Metropolitan Bank, Blaenavon Weekly Mail 6 Nov 1902
Charles Alfred MITCHELMORE 20 Dec 1916 - 23 Dec 1918 aged 24 of Walkhampton, Horrabridge: Red Cross orderly, France www.redcross.org.uk
Charlie MICHELMORE 1977 thatcher of Holne A History of Holne. Plymouth: St Nicholas Books, 1977, p. 10
David MITCHELMORE Jun 1982 formerly with the Ford Motor Company, appointed to the board of Alexanders Holdings as its joint managing director Financial Times 2 Jun 1982
David MUCHMORE Oct 1982 formerly marketing director, appointed managing director of the print brokerage division of Robert Hart Associates Financial Times 12 Oct 1982
Dick MICHELMORE   carpenter of Holne; wife Vinny A History of Holne. Plymouth: St Nicholas Books, 1977, p. 38
Frederick Collingwood MITCHELMORE Apr 1948 recognised by the Ministry of Education as a qualified teacher: trained at St Paul's College, Cheltenham 1943-1945, appointed assistant master at Westborough High School 1945 - 1947, then at Wentworth High School for Boys, both Southend-on-Sea Teacher's Registration Council Registers 1914-1948
G MICHELMORE 18 Nov 1957 Registrar of the Diocese of Exeter London Gazette 29 Nov 1957
Gary MUCHMORE Oct 1992 Mercury's electronic messaging product manager Financial Times 15 Oct 1992
George MICHELMORE 25 Jun 1886 of Thanet Lodge, Chelston, Torquay: Mem R Coll Surg Eng 1886, Lic Soc Apoth Lond 1886 The Medical Register, 1913
George MITCHELMORE Aug 1887 police constable, Laugharne, Carmarthen Western Mail 18 Aug 1887
Gordon MITCHELMORE, Dr 1976 personal physician to Dame Agatha [CHRISTIE], announced her death at Wallingford Utica Daily Press (NY)
13 Jan 1976
H MICHELMORE 1878 coroner for South Devon Evening Post (Wellington NZ) 23 Nov 1878
H MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1879 resigned position as coroner for the Totnes district Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 29 Jan 1879
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1892 ^ The Close, Exeter: solicitor to the Exeter Tepid Swimming Bath Co. Ltd. Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 23 Apr 1892
H G MICHELMORE 1896-1897 solicitor Gale's 19th Century Newspapers
H T MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1939 succeeded Mr H H HALL in the chairmanship of the Exeter Probation Court Western Morning News
17 Oct 1939
H T MICHELMORE 1926 sheriff of Exeter Exeter Memories
H R A MICHELMORE, Dr 19xx divisional surgeon, Sidmouth Anna Sutton, A story of Sidmouth and the villages of Salcombe Regis, Branscombe, Sidbury and Sidford (2nd ed.). Exeter: James Townsend, 1959
H[enry] [W] MICHELMORE 1889-1900 Clerk of the Devon County Council Gale's 19th Century Newspapers
Harold Gaye MICHELMORE 188x partner in Hacker, Mitchelmore & Wilkinson, solicitors, Newton Abbot BFR online
Henry MICHELMORE 1861 admitted as attorney after serving his articles with Mr T W Gray, solicitor of this city [Exeter] Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 1 Jan 1879
Henry MICHELMORE 31 Dec 1878 member of the firm Michelmore & Hooper, solicitors; coroner for Totnes district; son of Thomas MICHELMORE, brother of Jeffrey MICHELMORE, agent to the Duke of Somerset: appointed by the Duke as Clerk of the Peace for Devon at a salary of £1200 a year Note: In relation to average incomes, Henry's salary would have been the equivalent of about £600,000 today Pall Mall Gazette 1 Jan 1879 Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 1 Jan 1879
Bristol Mercury and Daily Post
4 Jan 1879
Henry MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1879 appointed Clerk of the Peace for the County Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 1 Jan 1879
Henry MICHELMORE 21 Oct 1879 Clerk of the Peace: appointed himself as clerk to the visitors of the Western Counties Idiot Asylum, Starcross Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Oct 1879
Henry MICHELMORE 30 Oct 1883 Clerk of the Peace: appointed himself as clerk to the visitors of the Western Counties Idiot Asylum, Starcross Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 31 Oct 1883
Henry William MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1902 Dep Clerk of the Peace for Devon ^ Cathedral Yard, Exeter: applied for Freedom of the City of London in the Company of Loriners [copy on file]
Henry Theodore MICHELMORE 5 Oct 1926 b 1890 Exeter, eldest son of H W MICHELMORE, diocesan registrar and mayor 1912-13: consented to become sheriff of Exeter Western Morning News
6 Oct 1926
Herbert MICHELMORE 9 Dec 1893 steward of Mr T B BOLITHO's Greenway Estate, Galmpton Western Times 11 Dec 1893
Horace John MITCHELMORE 3 Dec 1901 appointed to Registrar-General's Office, Scotland, for temporary duty London Gazette 3 Dec 1901
Horace John MITCHELMORE Sep 1903 Clerk of the Second Division: appointed to the Post Office London Gazette 2 Oct 1903
J MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1866 appointed Conservator of the River Dart Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 25 Apr 1866
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 May 1872 vice-chairman, South Devon Railway Company: present in the director's train at the opening of the branch line from Totnes to Ashburton Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 8 May 1872
J F G MICHELMORE 30 Jun 1962 Deputy Registrar of Exeter London Gazette 13 Jul 1962
J F G MICHELMORE 1 Aug 1963 Deputy Registrar of the Diocese of Exeter London Gazette 23 Aug 1963
J F G MICHELMORE 1972-1990 Diocesan Registrar, Diocese of Exeter London Gazette 15 Feb 1972 etc.
James Franck Godwin MICHELMORE 11 May 1973 Colonel, TD, ADC ^ Westhay,Streatham Rise, Exeter: appointed Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Devon London Gazette 11 May 1973
James Franck Godwin MICHELMORE 1957-1991 employed by Michelmores, 18 Cathedral Yard, Exeter, solicitors London Gazette 15 Oct 1957 etc.
James Franck Godwin MICHELMORE 31 Dec 1991 senior partner, Michelmores solicitors, 18 Cathedral Yard, Exeter: retires London Gazette 2 Jan 1992
Jeffery MICHELMORE 10 Apr 1880 chairman, Buckfastleigh, Totnes, & South Devon Railway Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 14 Apr 1880
Jeffery MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1881 chairman, Buckfastleigh, Totnes & South Devon Railway Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 13 Apr 1881
Jeffery MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1883 chairman, Buckfastleigh, Totnes & South Devon Railway Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 26 Sep 1883
Jeffery MICHELMORE 12 Feb 1883 chairman, Totnes, Paignton, & Torquay Direct Railway Company The Standard 14 Feb 1883
Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE 2 Feb 1885 partner in Ford, Lloyd, Bartlett & Michelmore ^ 4 Bloomsbury Square, Middlesex The Standard 4 Feb 1885
Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1886 admitted to the freedom of the City of London in the Company of Glovers [copy on file]
Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE 31 Jan 1905 partner with Edward Henry BARTLETT and William Henry HARRIS in Ford, Lloyd, Bartlett & Michelmore, solicitors ^ 38 Bloomsbury Square, London London Gazette 14 Feb 1905
Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE 12 Jun 1907 director, Short's Ltd, representing preference shareholders [other references, without full names, in 1903 and 1912-1916] Financial Times 13 Jun 1907
Jeffery Edwards MICHELMORE 190x lawyer to the family of Frank HYDE Frank Hyde - English Artist (1849-1937)
Jeffrey Arnold MITCHELMORE 1937 clerical officer: assigned to Post Office London Gazette 9 Apr 1937
Jeffrey MICHELMORE 1994 employed by John Gibbs & Co, Blackpool solicitors London Gazette 7 Apr 1994
Jeffry MICHELMORE 20 Oct 1874 appointed to Board of Conservators for the [salmon] fishery district of the river Dart Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 4 Nov 1874
Jeffry MICHELMORE 1878-1891 chairman, Buckfastleigh, Totnes and South Devon Railway Peter Kay, The Ashburton branch: A new history. Totnes: Peter Kay, 2000-2004
Jeffry MICHELMORE 1954-1985 employed by Harold MICHELMORE & Co, Market Street, Newton Abbot London Gazette 14 May 1954 etc.
Joan Dilys MUCHMORE 22 Sep 1938 received Civil Service Commission certification as a female sorting clerk and telegraphist after limited competition London Gazette 11 Oct 1938
John Mitchelmore DURE 1827 stonemason ^ Stokenham, apprenticed to father Nicholas DURE Stone and quarry men of the West Country
John MICHELMORE Nov 1991 senior vice-president northern Europe, Rhone-Poulenc Rorer (French pharmaceuticals and chemicals group) Financial Times 13 Nov 1991
Malcolm MICHELMORE 1972 employed by Stanley Richards & Frowen, solicitors, Paignton London Gazette 5 Oct 1972
Marina Ann MITCHELMORE 18 Mar 2005 employed by Somerville & Savage, Alderbourne, Greenway Road, St Marychurch, Torquay, solicitors London Gazette 18 Mar 2005
Olive Joan MICHELMORE 1972 employed by Stanley Richards & Frowen, Paignton solicitors London Gazette 5 Oct 1972
P MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1866 appointed Conservator of the River Dart Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 25 Apr 1866
P C MITCHELMORE 1874-1898 police constable, Carmarthenshire County Constabulary [various Welsh newspapers]
P W MICHELMORE 1880 chemist, by Examination, Associate of the Pharmaceutical Society, Fore St., Totnes Totnes Times 13 Nov 1880 etc
P S MITCHELMORE 1899-1900 police sergeant, Carmarthenshire County Constabulary [various Welsh newspapers]
P C MITCHELMORE Oct 1890 to take charge of Llandillo lock-up Carmarthen Journal & South Wales Weekly Advertiser
24 October 1890
P S MITCHELMORE Jul 1903 promoted to the rank of inspector in the county constabulary after 30 years' good service at Carmarthen, Llandilo, Laugharne & St Clears; now at the Docks, Llanelly Carmarthen Journal & South Wales Weekly Advertiser
31 Jul 1903
P C MITCHELMORE 1903-1914 police constable, Carmarthenshire County Constabulary [various Welsh newspapers]
P S MITCHELMORE 1914-1919 police sergeant, Carmarthenshire County Constabulary [various Welsh newspapers]
P H MICHELMORE 1936 clerk, Sidmouth Urban District London Gazette 14 Aug 1936
Peter Guy MICHELMORE 2009 member, Reed, Smith, Richards, Butler LLP, Abu Dhabi The Law Society
Philip Hellard MICHELMORE 1943 partner in Michelmore & Davies, solicitors, Harston, Sidmouth London Gazette 17 Sep 1943 etc.
Philip Hellard MICHELMORE 1949-1953 partner in Michelmore, Davies & Bellamy, solicitors, Harston, Sidmouth London Gazette 12 Aug 1949 & 6 Mar 1953
R G MITCHELMORE, Dr 13 Jun 1946 medical officer, Sidmouth Maternity & Infant Welfare Centre Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
21 Jun 1946
Richard MICHELMORE Jun 1871 gamekeeper to Mr W R MORTIMORE: entertained to dinner by the South Devon Hunt Sporting Gazette 3 Jun 1871
Richard MITCHELMORE 28 May 1923 received Civil Service Commission certification as a Temporary Postman Messenger, Post Office without competition London Gazette 5 Jun 1923
Richard Hugh Galabin MICHELMORE 1980 employed by Gill, Akaster, Leest & Russel, Plymouth solicitors London Gazette 11 Aug 1980
Richard Hugh Galabin MICHELMORE 1989 employed by Gill Akaster, Scott Lodge, Milehouse, Plymouth solicitors London Gazette 12 Oct 1989
Richard Hugh Galabin MICHELMORE 1990-2008 employed by Gill Akaster, Plymouth solicitors London Gazette 8 Sep 1999 etc.
Richard Hugh Galabin MICHELMORE 2009 Senior Partner, Gill Akaster, Plymouth The Law Society
Robert Michaelmore THOMSON Dec 1938 of The Grange, Walton-on-Thames: appointed to the Commission of the Peace for Surrey Surrey Mirror 9 Dec 1938
Robert MITCHELMORE 1 Jul 1983 appointed associate director of Valin Pollen Financial Times 13 Aug 1983
Robert MITCHELMORE 1 Jul 1984 appointed media director of Valin Pollen Financial Times 12 Jul 1984
Rodney Barnes MICHELMORE 2009 assistant, Marshall Diel & Myers solicitors, Bermuda The Law Society
Ronald MITCHELMORE   full time fireman^ London and Luton b 5 Jan 1937: personnel record card Bedford & Luton Fire Service
Ron MITCHELMORE 1980s Leading Fireman (retired): photographed with newly presented decorations in front of a fire engine Bedford & Luton Fire Service
S W T MITCHELMORE Jul 1959 employed at Board of Trade Financial Times 10 Jul 1959
Samuel MICHELMORE Sep 1847 fireman, Norwich fire engine [Exeter?] Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 9 Sep 1847
Samuel MICHELMORE 1872 in 1872 employed by Mr J P MORGAN, agent for the the Guaranteed Manure Company Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 10 May 1876
Stephen MITCHELMORE   full time fireman ^ Luton b 14 Mar 1959: personnel record card Bedford & Luton Fire Service
Stuart Walter Thomas MITCHELMORE 30 Sep 1936 Civil Service clerical class: assigned to Ministry of Transport London Gazette 9 Oct 1936
T MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1866 appointed Conservator of the River Dart Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 25 Apr 1866
T MITCHELMORE 1919 employee of Waring & Gillow Ltd, Shepherd's Bush Interim Court of Arbitration, Wages …. Acts …. 5 Jun 1919 – 21 Nov 1919
T G MITCHELMORE, Commander 1930-1952 Inspector of Lifeboats for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution: 1930 northern district inspector, 1951 Chief Inspector Dundee Courier [various dates]
Thomas MICHELMORE 1815-1824 solicitor, Berry House & Ware, Staverton Gale's 19th Century Newspapers
Thomas Wilson MICHELMORE 4 Aug 1880 solicitor ^ 30 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth London Gazette 6 Aug 1880
Toni MITCHELMORE 2002 Year 7 teacher at Swanlea School, Whitechapel Department for Education and Skills
W Q MITCHELMORE 2 Apr 1867 Vice-Chairman, Cardiff Builders' Association Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian & Brecon Gazette 5 Apr 1867
W F MICHELMORE 31 Dec 1991 partner, Michelmores solicitors, 18 Cathedral Yard, Exeter London Gazette 2 Jan 1992
W F MICHELMORE 31 Dec 2004 senior partner, Michelmores solicitors, Woodwater House, Pynes Hill, Exeter London Gazette 25 Jan 2005
Walter MYCHELLMORE 1540 a monastery pensioner employed at Teynton Reges [Kingsteignton] by parishioners Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries 17, p. 91
Walter James MUCHMORE 22 Nov 1875 clerk @ 14 working at Paddington Station, Great Western Railway Railway Employment Records: Register of clerks, Vol. 6 (1835-1910)
Wm H MITCHELMORE Apr 1859 elected Overseer of the Poor, Dartmouth St Petrox Western Times 16 Apr 1859
William Godwin MICHELMORE   Diocesan Registrar Winsome Michelmore, Thursday's Child. Exeter, 1985, p 92
William MITCHELMORE 1 Apr 1842 admitted as a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London. The Medical Times, 6, 132, p 32, 2Apr1842
William Godwin MICHELMORE 2 May 1938 Colonel DSO, MC, TD ^ St German's House, Pennsylvania, Exeter: commissioned as Deputy Lieutenant of Devon London Gazette 10 May 1938
William Franck MITCHELMORE 1997-2003 employed by Michelmores, solicitors, 18 Cathedral Yard, Exeter London Gazette 4 Feb 1997 etc.
William Franck MITCHELMORE 2009 member, Michelmores LLP, Exeter solicitors The Law Society
Professional activities
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHAELMORE, Mr 20 Aug 1822 sang at funeral for the Marquis of Londonderry at Westminster Abbey Morning Post 21 Aug 1822
? MICHELMORE 9 Feb 1828 professional singer: performed at meeting of the Glee Club held at the Crown & Anchor Tavern Morning Post 11 Feb 1828
? MICHELMORE 7 Apr 1831 sang at meeting of the Royal Society of Musicians annual dinner at the Freemasons' Hall Morning Post 8 Apr 1831
? MICHELMORE 26 Apr 1834 present at meeting of the Glee Club Morning Post 28 Apr 1834
? MICHELMORE 7 May 1834 principal performer in rehearsal for the Festival of the Sons of the Clergy in St Paul's Cathedral The Standard 8 May 1834
? MICHELMORE 10 May 1834 professional singer: performed at meeting of the Glee Club Morning Post 12 May 1834
? MICHELMORE 11 Mar 1835 sang in 5-part glee O Bird of Eve at Ancient Music Concert in the Hanover Square Rooms in the presence of the Queen Morning Post 12 Mar 1835
? MICHELMORE 23 Jan 1836 present at meeting of the Glee Club held at the Crown & Anchor Tavern Morning Post 25 Jan 1836
? MICHELMORE 9 Mar 1836 sang in 5-part glee When winds breath soft at 60th annual Ancient Concert Morning Post 10 Mar 1836
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Dec 1858 of Berry Pomeroy, with sons, stewards to Duke of Somerset: collected rents at rent audit held at the Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Dec 1858
? MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Mar 1872 attended meeting of the General Management Committee of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Mar 1872
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jan 1873 spoke at annual dinner of the Devon Central Chamber of Agriculture held at Newton Abbot Town Hall Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Jan 1874
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 May 1874 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed steward Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 May 1874
? MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Sep 1875 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Sep 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Feb 1876 re-elected to the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Mar 1876
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Mar 1878 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed steward for cattle at the upcoming Honiton exhibition Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Mar 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1882 of St Luke's Road, Birmingham: can arrange for orphans to emigrate to Canada The Girl's Own Paper
12 Aug 1882
? MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Sep 1883 attended meeting of the committees of the Devon County Agricultural Association to discuss preparations for the upcoming Exeter show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Sep 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Feb 1884 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: elected steward of the cattle Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Mar 1884
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 24 Jan 1887 appointed secretary of committee formed to build a public gymnasium in Cardiff and joint architect Weekly Mail 26 Feb 1887
? MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Oct 1889 with sons, stewards to his Grace the Duke of Somerset: presided over the annual Court Leet at the Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Nov 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jun 1890 Clerk of the County Council: to take over the finance work of the county Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Jun 1890
? MITCHELMORE 10 Nov 1890 sang at a formal dinner held at Bates' Seven Stars Hotel, Dartmouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Nov 1890
? MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Oct 1893 House Surgeon at Tiverton Infirmary: withdrew resignation at request of the committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Oct 1893
? MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Jan 1894 Clerk to the County Council: Devon Standing Joint Committee endorsed its previous decision to fix his salary at £1400, ignoring his statement that in 1880 he had accepted a lower salary than he need have done and that his salary should be fixed at £1900 Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Jan 1894
? MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Dec 1897 secretary, South Devon Herd Book Society: offered £10 prize money for the upcoming meeting of the Devon Agricultural Association at Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Dec 1897
? MITCHELMORE, Miss Dec 1889 sang I know a bank delightfully in Mr Benson's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre, London Funny Folks (London)
28 Dec 1889
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 19 Dec 1889 acted in performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre, London The Era 21 Dec 1889
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 11 Jan 1890 distinguished herself by her singing of I know a bank in Mr Benson's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream The County Gentleman
18 Jan 1890
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 15 Feb 1890 sang in performance of Mendelssohn's complete, orchestral version of the incidental music to A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre, London Pall Mall Gazette
17 Feb 1890
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 8 Sep 1894 sang duet I know a bank in travelling production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Theatre Royal, Manchester The Era 15 Sep 1894
A MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Jul 1892 attended meeting of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Jul 1892
A MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Jan 1895 secretary, South Devon Herd Book Society: presented annual report to AGM at Totnes The County Gentleman
12 Jan 1895
A MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1898 of Gate House, Totnes: secretary, South Devon Herd Book Society's Show to take place at Totnes on 19 Apr 1898 Horse and Hound
9 Apr 1898
A MUCHMORE 1938 Substitute for finance officer during leave UK National Archives: Colonial Office, Correspondence with Aden
A P G MICHELMORE 1932-1940 correspondence UK National Archives: Ministry of Overseas Development, Anti-Locust Research Centre
A P G MICHELMORE 1933-1938 general correspondence on finance and administration UK National Archives: Ministry of Overseas Development, Anti-Locust Research Centre
A P G MICHELMORE 1941-1946 report on The Habits and Control of the Red Locust in Outbreak Areas and Elsewhere: correspondence UK National Archives: Ministry of Overseas Development, Anti-Locust Research Centre
Alfred MICHELMORE Mar 1899 of Gate House, Totnes: secretary to upcoming show of South Devon cattle The County Gentleman
1 Apr 1899
Alfred MICHELMORE Sep 1890 secretary (pro tem), South Devon Herd Book Royal Cornwall Gazette
18 Sep 1890
Charles MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1824 secretary, Agricultural Society: called general meeting of growers and dealers in cyder to be held at the Seven Stars Inn, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Nov 1824
Charles MICHELMORE 1832 attorney at law of Totnes: witnessed legal documents at Totnes London Gazette
1832
E MITCHELLMORE, Mr 12 Oct 1841 assistant surgeon on board the Dreadnought at Greenwich: performed post mortem on seaman West Kent Guardian
16 Oct 1841
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 4 Nov 1857 awarded prize of 10s by the South Devon Agricultural Association for having served as a female labourer with the same master (Richard LUSCOMBE, Elston, Churchstow) for 18 yr. Note. In 1851, LUSCOMBE was farming 240 acre, with 2 house servants resident in the same household -- neither of whom was Elizabeth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Nov 1857
H MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Oct 1864 attended annual dinner of the Newton Abbot Agricultural and Labourer's Friend Society at the Royal Assembly Rooms, Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Nov 1864
H MICHELMORE, Mr 1 May 1872 solicitor, South Devon Railway Company: present in the director's train at the opening of the branch line from Totnes to Ashburton and at the subsequent luncheon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 May 1872
H MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Nov 1879 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Nov 1879
H MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Feb 1883 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Feb 1883
H MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Jan 1889 attended meeting of the Governors of the Devon and Exeter Hospital to elect an Assistant House Surgeon at an annual salary of £40 Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Jan 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Oct 1891 apologised for not being able to attend the first meeting of the new Exeter & District Chamber of Commerce Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Oct 1891
Henry MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1868 of Newton Abbot, deputy coroner for past two years : offers himself to the freeholders of Totnes for the vacant office of coroner for the Totnes district Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Dec 1868
Hugh MICHELMORE 2008 director, Radio Plymouth Ltd: applied for an FM local radio licence Office of Communications, Applications for FM Local Radio Licences: Plymouth
J MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1854 of Totnes: very good results for barley and green crops, but others average and potatoes blighted Royal Cornwall Gazette
11 Aug 1854
J MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Oct 1863 of True Street: attended annual dinner of the South Devon Agricultural Association at Paignton Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Nov 1863
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Dec 1871 spoke for South Devon Agricultural Society at a conference held at the Half Moon Hotel, Exeter, on the establishment of a County Agricultural Society. Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Dec 1871
J MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jan 1872 attended meeting to promote the establishment of a Devonshire Agricultural Society, held at the Castle of Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Jan 1872 attended meeting of the Council of the newly established Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Jan 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 19 Jan 1872 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed to Prize Sheet Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Jan 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 3 May 1872 appointed a steward of the yard for the upcoming Devon Agricultural Society show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 May 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Aug 1875 of Totnes: submitted tender of 26s 6d for coals to the Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Aug 1875
J MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Apr 1875 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Apr 1875
J MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Feb 1875 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed steward in cattle for upcoming Newton meeting Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Mar 1875
J MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Jan 1876 of Berry: retiring member of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Feb 1876
J MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Dec 1878 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Jan 1879
J MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Sep 1878 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Oct 1878
J MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Jul 1879 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed to committee to review income and expenditure Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Jul 1879
J MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Feb 1881 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: re-elected steward of cattle and elected to several committees Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Mar 1881
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Jul 1881 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Jul 1881
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Dec 1882 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Dec 1882
J MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Mar 1883 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Mar 1883
J MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Nov 1883 of Berry: attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Nov 1883
J MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Apr 1889 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Apr 1889
J MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Mar 1889 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: appointed steward for cattle at the upcoming Totnes show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Mar 1889
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 25 Sep 1897 gave instructions for sale of stock and implements at Havant Farm, near Havant Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 19 Mar 1892
Jeffery MICHELMORE 27 Oct 1865 steward of the yard at the annual meeting of the South Devon Agricultural Association held at Berry Pomeroy Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Nov 1865
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1 May 1872 with wife, attended luncheon to celebrate the opening of the Totnes to Ashburton branch line of the South Devon Railway Company Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 May 1872
Jeffery MICHELMORE 9 Dec 1881 sold horse(s) at the Devon and Exeter Horse Bazaar Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Dec 1881
Jeffery MICHELMORE 13 Apr 1883 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Apr 1883
Jeffery MICHELMORE 23 Feb 1883 chaired meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association in the absence of the President Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Feb 1883
Jeffery MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Jan 1875 attended meeting of the Council of the Devon County Agricultural Association: steward in cattle Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Feb 1875
Jenny MICHELMORE Aug 1981 appeared in Birmingham Rep’s production of Candide at the Edinburgh Festival Financial Times 22 Aug 1981
Jenny MICHELMORE 1986 appeared as Norah's girlfriend in the film Foreign Body Internet Movie Database
Jenny MICHELMORE 1993 appeared as the receptionist in the film UFO Internet Movie Database
John MITCHELMORE 28 Oct 1800 of Blackawton: awarded premium of £3 3s for 29 year servitude by the South Devon Agricultural Society [In relation to average earnings, the premium would have been equivalent to about £2500 today] Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Nov 1800
John MITCHELMORE 25 Mar 1800 servant in husbandry to Mr HAWKINS of High House: awarded the 36th premium of [amount illegible] by the South Devon Agricultural Society for catching upwards of 100 rats with the common gin and wire cage Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Apr 1800
M MITCHELMORE Dec 1889 acted in performances of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre, London Morning Post 24-30 Dec 1889
M MITCHELMORE Jan-Apr 1890 acted in performances of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Globe Theatre, London Pall Mall Gazette, The Standard and The Morning Post
6 Jan - 12 Apr 1890
M MICHELMORE, Miss 5 May 1891 member of cast of Carmen, performed by the Carl Rosa company at the Prince's Theatre, London. The Era 9 May 1891
M MICHELMORE, Miss 29 Oct 1891 to sing Mercedes in the Carl Rosa company's production of Carmen at the Theatre Royal, Huddersfield[also Apr 1891, Cardiff] Huddersfield Chronicle
27 Oct 1891
M MICHELMORE, Miss 29 May 1893 seen and heard to advantage in minor roles at performances of Mr Valentine SMITH's opera company at the Parkhurst Theatre, London Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Jun 1893
Maud MICHELMORE 27 Oct 1894 contralto from the Carl Rosa Opera Company: sang Three Fishers, Punchinelio and In the Chimney Corner at a ballad night held at the Grand Spa, Clifton, Bristol,  meeting with a hearty reception Bristol Mercury and Daily Post  29 Oct 1894
P MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jan 1872 attended meeting to promote the establishment of a Devonshire Agricultural Society, held at the Castle of Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1872
Philip MICHELMORE Aug 1850 attended meeting of the Torquay Board of Surveyors Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Aug 1850
Roger MUCHMORE 1994 director, Citigen (London) Ltd, 22 St Andrew Street, London: application for a Private Electricity Supply Licence London Gazette
30 & 31 Mar & 6 Apr 1994
Susan MICHELMORE 25 Oct 1870 awarded prize by the Newton Agricultural Society for having lived under her employer's roof for 20 yr 4 mo (with Mrs WHITEWAY of Marychurch) Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Oct 1870
Susan MICHELMORE 22 Oct 1874 awarded prize by the Newton Abbot Agricultural Association & Labourer's Friend Society as the female under 21 with the longest service with the same employer (5 yr 10 mo with Mrs WHITEWAY, St Marychurch) Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Oct 1874
T MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Jun 1838 steward to Sir R Newman of Mamhead: supervised dinner for the poor, provided as part of festivities celebrating the Coronation of Queen Victoria Morning Post 10 Jul 1838
T MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Jan 1844 of Berry House: present at meeting of the South Devon Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1844
T MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Nov 1853 attended dinner of the Newton Abbot and South Devon Agricultural Associations held at Beazley's Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Nov 1853
T MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Oct 1856 attended dinner of the South Devon and Newton Abbot Agricultural Societies, Beazley's Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Nov 1856
T MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1857 of Berry Pomeroy: states that wheat, barley, potato and green crops have been average, with oats, beans and peas good and grass heavy Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Aug 1857
T MITCHELMORE, Mr, jun 1843-1848 T Mitchelmore jun Esq having been appointed Secretary of the South Devon Agricultural Association we have much pleasure in referring to an effort which he is making to introduce the Scotch system of agriculture into Devon. ln the fall of 1843 Mr Michelmore jun took the Holwell Estate of his Grace the Duke of Somerset in order to lay it out as a Scotch farm to be cultivated rigidly on the system followed in the highly farmed district of East Lothian. Mr Michelmore had previously studied the Scotch system of farming by a residence of three years on the northern side of the Tweed ... Holwell Farm is exposed and the soil a very heavy clay ... Mr Michelmore selected the worst place he well could ... The risk was great, but the example of success would be greater ... British Farmer's Magazine, 14, 1848-49, 169-170
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 19 Nov 1849 secretary, South Devon Agricultural Society Morning Post 20 Nov 1849
T MICHELMORE, jun 17 Dec 1845 awarded two prizes by the South Devon Agricultural Association: £3 for the best cultivated farm of 50-100 acres and £5 for the best crop of swedes in drills, in which guano, bone, dust, or other chemical manures have been used Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Dec 1845
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 13 Jan 1844 attended meeting of the South Devon Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1844
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 6 Jun 1848 elected secretary of the South Devon Agricultural Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jun 1848
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 1  Aug 1851 of Totnes: farm showed below average production of almost all crops, with disease appearing on potatoes Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 16 Aug 1851
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun Nov 1851 secretary, South Devon Agricultural Society Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Nov 1851
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 12 Dec 1851 attended meeting to elect a Council for the newly formed Bath & West of England Agricultural Society Royal Cornwall Gazette
26 Dec 1851
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 9 Dec 1858 chaired the dinner following the rent audit of the Duke of Somerset at the Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Dec 1858
T MICHELMORE, Mr, sen 18 Nov 1851 of Berry: judge of roots exhibitions at meeting of South Devon Agricultural Society, attended subsequent dinner at the Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Nov 1851
Thomas MICHELMORE 1802 Thomas was noted for establishing Huntingdon Warren about 1802 on a hill about 7 km west of Buckfastleigh, high in the isolated and lonely Dartmoor Forest (part of the parish of Lydford, in the district of Tavistock). The hill was ideal for creating a rabbit colony since it was surrounded on 3 sides by streams so that only the north side needed a new dyke. Artificial mounds ... were built in which the rabbits lived, bred and were trapped from. There are still many of these to be seen at Huntingdon. For much of the 19th century, it was a successful warren. The original warren house was a substantial 2 storey thatched building. It burnt down in 1890 and was rebuilt largely by the Duchy. This new farmhouse remained in farm use until WW2, after which it was lived in by eccentrics and finally burnt down by naval cadets in 1956. This time it was not rebuilt—instead it was levelled off and only a few stones remain. The Warren has an interesting history with more than its fair share of conflict with other moor workers such as the nearby mine. Dartmoor Walks
Thomas MICHELMORE 9 Nov 1819 appointed Commissioner to plan and implement a new line of road between Exeter and Plymouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Nov 1819
Thomas MICHELMORE 1844 [editorial] Model farm established at Berry Pomeroy by his Grace the Duke of Somerset to be overseen by [his father] Mr Thomas MICHELMORE, the Steward, and run, mainly, by his son (Mr Thomas M, jnr, ) The Western Times
24 Aug 1844
Thomas MICHELMORE Jun 1850 steward to his Grace the Duke of Somerset: completed the purchase of Gate House, Totnes, for the accommodation of the Mechanics' Institute Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Jun 1850
Thomas MICHELMORE Aug 1852 of Totnes: good results for cereal crops, but potatoes and beans blighted Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Aug 1852
Thomas MICHELMORE 31 Jan 1852 attended meeting of the council of the Bath and West of England Agricultural Society as a representative of Devon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Feb 1852
Thomas MICHELMORE Jun 1856 of Berry Pomeroy: attended annual general meeting of the Bath & West of England Agicultural Society Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Jun 1857
Thomas MICHELMORE 21 Oct 1863 letter to the editor quotes letter from him to one of the Duke of Somerset's tenants, requiring him to quit, and the tenant's reply The Standard 21 Oct 1863
Thomas MICHELMORE, jun 26 Oct 1858 secretary, South Devon Agricultural Society Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Nov 1858
Thomas MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 7 Feb 1852 elected to Council of Bath & West Agricultural Society Royal Cornwall Gazette
13 Feb 1852
W MITCHELMORE May 1859 tendered for building of new church at Cardiff [similar reports 1859-1865, plus reports of houses he had built till 1875] Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian & Brecon Gazette 7 May 1859
W MITCHELMORE 21 Aug 1871 a leading builder of Cardiff: attended lunch after ceremony of drawing the first kiln at the Adamsdown Brickworks, East Moors, Cardiff Western Mail
22 Aug 1871
William MICHELMORE 25 Mar 1889 gardener: worked in Roundham Fields, Occombe, Marldon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Apr 1889
Publications

See also a few business publications.

Name Date Publication Source
A P G MICHELMORE 1934-1937 reports to the E A C Committee on Locust Control on locust investigations in Tanganyika UK National Archives
A P G MICHELMORE 1934ff Numerous publications in Journal of Ecology and other academic journals [see internet]
A P G MICHELMORE Dec 1968 Learning from Life (Presidential Address), Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 100, 1-12 Devonshire Association
A P G MICHELMORE 1975 Zoo Design : Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Zoo Design and Construction (editor), Paignton Zoological & Botanical Gardens 1975 Google Books
A P G MICHELMORE 12 Jan 1988 Rural Rhymes (editor) Google Books
A P G MICHELMORE 1989 Uses of plants in zoos, International Zoo Yearbook, 29, 31-34 Blackwell Synergy
A P G MICHELMORE 1991 poetry included in Anne Born, Leaves: An Anthology, Devonshire Association Devonshire Association
A P G MICHELMORE 1997 Farley Verses Google Books
Alfred MICHELMORE Feb 1903 contributed article on the South Devon breed of cattle to the Live Stock Journal Almanac Australian Town and Country Journal 4 Feb 1903 [see also Google Books]
Catherine MITCHELMORE 1991-2012 numerous academic publications in biotechnology [see internet]
Cliff MICHELMORE 1986 Two-way story: An autobiography, London: Elm Tree Books [with Jean Metcalfe] Google Books
D J H MICHELMORE 1974 The Fountain Abbey Rental 1495/6, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds Google Books
E V MITCHELMORE 1958 Monumental Inscriptions within the church of St Peters North Devon Record Office
E Vernon MITCHELMORE 1958 Notes on the history of Fremington and St Peter's church North Devon Record Office
Frances MICHELMORE 1984 Ecological survey and evaluations of Jersey's woodlands Jersey Heritage Trust
George Walter MICHELMORE 1919 The Pioneer Railroads of the Old and New Worlds, Eyre & Spottiswoode Google Books
H G MICHELMORE 1946 Fishing facts and fancies, Exeter: A Wheaton Google Books
June MITCHELMORE 1968-2003 numerous textbooks on biology, science, reading and language [see internet]
Linda MITCHELMORE 2012 To turn full circle, Choc-Lit Google Books
Linda MITCHELMORE 2013 Emma: There's no turning back, Choc-Lit Google Books
M C MITCHELMORE 1967-1988 various editions of Joint Schools Project Mathematics textbook [see internet]
Michael C MITCHELMORE 1973-2012 numerous academic publications on mathematics education [see internet]
P MITCHELMORE Nov 1977 B R ELLIS and P MITCHELMORE, Model scale studies of the dynamic behaviour of an offshore structure, Part 1 - laboratory experiments with the model on a rigid foundation, Department of the Environment, Building Research Establishment UK National Archives
Peter MICHELMORE 1962 Einstein Profile of the man, Dodd, Mead Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1962 Wild Life of the Iron Wolf, Fawcett. Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1964 Dr Mellon of Haiti, Dodd, Mead Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1964 Down under for Adventure, Popular Publications Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1969 The swift years: The Robert Oppenheimer story, Dodd, Mead Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1973 Back to Jesus, Fawcett Google Books
Peter MICHELMORE 1977 Arson!, Harper Collins [with John Barracato] Google Books
Peter MITCHELMORE 1981 The pigkeeper's guide, David & Charles: "comes of farming stock, kept a village shop before purchasing a small farm, a highly successful breeder of pigs, in his early fourties" Google Books
Richard W MICHELMORE 1987-2012 numerous academic publications in genetics [see internet]
Robert Kilgore MUCHAMORE 2004-2014 The Cherub and Henderson's Boys series of books for young people Robert Muchamore
Rosalind MITCHELMORE 1985 The White City & other stories. Merlin. Google Books
Rosalind MITCHELMORE 1986 Patrick Caulfield: A touch of realism [5 pages] Google Books
Stephen MITCHELMORE 2015 This space of writing, Zero Books Zero Books
Sally MICHELMORE 1977 A History of Holne A History of Holne, Plymouth: St Nicholas Books, 1977, p. 56
Winsome MICHELMORE 1985 wrote and published her autobiography, Thursday's child Google Books
Politics
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Miss 21 May 1885 assisted in decorating room at Silverton where a Conservative meeting was held Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 May 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Dec 1836 chairman at one of the side tables at a large dinner function held by Liberal supporters to honour the mayor of Totnes, Phabian WINDEATT Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Dec 1836
? MICHELMORE, Mr 31 July 1858 spirit merchant: induced to take chair at a meeting at Union Hall, Torquay, to select a Liberal candidate for the upcoming elections Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Aug 1858
? MICHELMORE, Mr 16 Aug 1859 attended meeting at the Union Hall, Torquay, to protest various changes made by the South Devon Railway Company affecting Torre station Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Aug 1859
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Nov 1861 elected to the Totnes municipal council as a Liberal Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Nov 1861
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1862 The Mayor of Totnes, J. DERRY, Esquire, convened a meeting at the Guildhall on the 31st of January, 1862, at which the following resolutions were unanimously passed:
1. That this a Memorial  be erected in Totnes to the late Mr. William John WILLS, who perished at Cooper's Creek on his homeward journey after having for the first time successfully crossed the great Island Continent of Australia.
2. That a committee be now formed to solicit subscriptions for the purpose of carrying into effect the last resolution, consisting of the following gentlemen:--The Mayor, Messrs. BENTALL, KELLOCK, CUMING, PRESSWELL, HEATH, WINDEATT, WATSON, MICHELMORE, CONDY, CLARKE, OUGH, ENDLE
William Wills, Successful exploration through the interior of Australia, from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria, London: Richard Bentley, 1863, p 303
? MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1866 according to the Duke of Somerset, had never been given instructions to obtain votes by bribery Daily News 1 Nov 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 said to have given a Totnes elector notice to quit his land after he did not vote for the Duke's candidate Daily News 20 Sep 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1866 claims system of creating faggot votes from the Duke's property commenced before he became his agent in 1859 Daily News 27 Oct 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1866 can blow a bugle on the Duke's estate and bring all the voters together at the call to vote for the Duke's man Pall Mall Gazette 29 Aug 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1866 ledger account said to list several sums that could be interpreted as bribes to Totnes electors Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Oct 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1867 agent to the Duke of Somerset: name appears on every briber's list in report of the Totnes Election Commissioners, which names 66 bribers and 95 bribees The Derby Mercury
27 Mar 1867
? MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Dec 1869 attended meeting of the Totnes Board of Guardians: seconded motion that vagrants at Stoke Gabriel be provided with a suit of coarse, strong canvas clothes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Dec 1869
? MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Jun 1870 attended meeting of the Totnes Board of Guardians: lost motion to construct new building for infections wards in field adjoining the Workhouse Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Jun 1870
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Dec 1871 hon sec, Teign Board of Conservators, Newton Abbot: present at meeting that considered river pollution Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Dec 1871
? MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Nov 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: his motion, to end the practice of leaving the public gas lamps unlit for six nights at each full moon, defeated Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Nov 1871
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Feb 1874 attended meeting of Wolborough Local Board: reported he had had a pane of glass broken by boys with a catapault Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Feb 1874
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Apr 1874 attended meeting of Guardians of the Newton Abbot Union, appointed to Assessment Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Apr 1874
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Jan 1875 attended meeting of the Newton Local Board: his motion to build a public slaughterhouse adopted Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Jan 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Feb 1875 mayor of Totnes: distributed £43 from the borough relief fund to about 200 poor persons Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Mar 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jun 1875 mayor of Totnes: presided over a meeting of the Town Council Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Jul 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1877 retiring Liberal member, re-elected to the Totnes Municipal Council Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Nov 1877
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Nov 1877 at first meeting of newly elected Totnes Municipal Council, proposed re-election of outgoing mayor, Mr ROE Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Nov 1877
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jul 1877 attended special meeting of the Board of Conservators of the Dart Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jul 1877
? MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Apr 1877 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians: appointed to Assessment Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Apr 1877
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 May 1878 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians: questioned large expenditure on alcohol under medical orders Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 May 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Jul 1878 attended meeting of the Torquay Local Board Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jul 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Sep 1878 tendered his resignation for the Torquay Local Board in protest against the manner in which the work of the Board was being performed Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Mar 1878 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians: supported motion to protest planned re-introduction of turnpike gates Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Mar 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Apr 1878 member of delegation requesting Sir Lawrence PALK to donate space behind Higher Union Street, Torquay, for a recreation ground Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Apr 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Oct 1878 of Berry House, Totnes: appointed to Board of Conservators for the fishery district of the river Dart Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Oct 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Apr 1879 of Teignmouth: attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Apr 1879
? MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1880 nominated for re-election as a Liberal candidate for the Totnes municipal council, but withdrew to prevent a contest; to be elected alderman Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Nov 1880
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Nov 1881 alderman: chaired a meeting of the Totnes Council in the absence of the mayor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Nov 1881
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Dec 1881 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Dec 1881
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jun 1882 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Jun 1882
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1883 of Torquay: attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Feb 1883 Staverton waywarden: attended monthly meeting of the Ashburton Highway Board, deputed to view site proposed for a new bridge Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Feb 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Oct 1883 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Oct 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 16 Apr 1884 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Apr 1884
? MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Jan 1884 chairman of the Visiting Committee, Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Jan 1884
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Apr 1884 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians, elected chairman of the Visiting Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Apr 1884
? MUCHMORE, Mr 6 Nov 1884 attended meeting at Looe to form a Conservative association Royal Cornwall Gazette
14 Nov 1884
? MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1885 alderman: presided over a mayoral banquet at the Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Nov 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Apr 1885 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Apr 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1885 Clerk of the Peace: committee established to enquire into his duties and emoluments Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Jan 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Apr 1889 attended first meeting of the Devon County Council held at Exeter Castle, appointed to the Finance Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Apr 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Apr 1889 Clerk of the Peace: unfair press criticism of his request for an increase in remuneration deplored Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Apr 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Jan 1889 Torquay Overseer: attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Jan 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Jan 1889 senior Torquay Overseer: caused indignation when he closed the poll at 5 pm with about 150 people waiting to vote Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jan 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Aug 1891 attended meeting of the Devon County Council Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Aug 1891
? MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1894 elected mayor of Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Nov 1894
? MICHELMORE, Mrs Sep 1866 wife of Mr C F MICHELMORE: admits to have given various sums in bribery Daily News 29 Sep 1866
? MITCHELMORE Apr 1867 Duke of Somerset admits that the convicted briber's son MITCHELMORE remains his agent—to manage future elections properly Pall Mall Gazette 10 Apr 1867
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 24 Jan 1889 newly elected to Devon County Council, failed to appear at first meeting Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Jan 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mrs, née EDMONDS 1938 widow of John EDMONDS, husband of Alfred MITCHELMORE: a member of Totnes Town Council and one of the first women magistrates Alfred's obituary
Albert MITCHELMORE Apr 1898 elected to the Dyffryn Parish Council [also 1899] Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
1 Apr 1898
Albert MICHELMORE Jan 1900 member of Dyffryn Parish Council Y Genedl Gymreig (Caernarvon)
16 Jan 1900 [in Welsh]
Alfred MICHELMORE 1894, 1903 mayor of Totnes Edward Windeatt, Totnes: Its mayors and mayoresses 1836-1906, Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 38, 1906.
Alfred MICHELMORE 1905 participated as alderman in the first beating of the bounds of Greater Totnes 1905 - 100 Years Ago: Beating the Bounds of Greater Totnes, Totnes Times 23 Sep 2005, p. 5
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 said to have turned a Totnes elector out of a field he rented after he voted for the Conservatives in the 1863 election  Daily News 15 Sep 1866
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 said to have promised a Totnes elector £30, but did not pay him Daily News 14 Sep 1866
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 said to have been given £80 to use in bribes to help the Totnes Liberals win the election Daily News 24 Sep 1866
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 Totnes postmaster claims to have received money from him to use in buying votes Daily News 27 Sep 1866
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1866 said to have once given a bribe by putting some money on the head of a calf, and to have taken away and locked up some Totnes voters who would not vote for the Liberals Daily News 31 Aug 1866
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1866 said to have paid a Totnes elector £50 Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Sep 1866
C F MITCHELMORE, Mr 12 Apr 1859 a Liberal party supporter, prevented a Conservative candidate speaking at a public meeting of Totnes electors Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Apr 1859
C MICHELMORE Nov 1900 elected to Totnes Municipal Council Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Nov 1900
C MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Dec 1833 chaired a meeting of Totnes electors in which Lord Seymour, eldest son of the Duke of Somerset, was proposed as a potential MP Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Dec 1833
C MICHELMORE, Mr 17 May 1876 mayor of Totnes: attended opening of the South-Western Railway Company's new service between Exeter and Plymouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 May 1876
Charles MITCHELMORE 31 Dec 1835 elected alderman of Totnes Morning Post 5 Jan 1836
Charles MITCHELMORE 18 Jul 1839 made speech in support of Mr Baldwin, Convervative candidate for upcoming parliamentary bye-election The Standard 20 Jul 1839
Charles MICHELMORE 20 Apr 1840 asked several questions at nomination of candidates for upcoming election The Standard 23 Apr 1840
Charles MITCHELMORE 21 Jun 1841 made speech in support of Mr Baldwin, Convervative MP The Standard 28 Jun 1841
Charles F MICHELMORE Sep 1866 his poll book said to have had a note situation against the name of a Totnes elector Daily News 4 Sep 1866
Charles Frederick MICHELMORE Sep 1866 admitted to giving  a £75 bribe to a Totnes elector, who denied it Daily News 21 Sep 1866
Charles Frederick MICHELMORE Sep 1866 an attorney since 1851: names several people to whom he had given bribes Daily News 28 Sep 1866
Charles Frederick MICHELMORE Mar 1867 found guilty by Electoral Commission of acts of bribery in the Totnes elections of 1857, 1859, 1862, 1863 and 1865 Times 18 Mar 1867
Charles MICHELMORE 1839 manager of the Western District Banking Company, father of Mr C F MICHELMORE: said to have instructed his clerk to distribute about £675 as bribes to voters Daily News 22 Sep 1866
Charles MICHELMORE 23 Jul 1839 banker: seconded nomination of Mr C Barry BALDWIN at a meeting of Totness electors The Era 28 Jul 1839
Charles MICHELMORE   deceased: said to have instructed a cashier at the Western District Bank to write off £25 from a Totnes elector's account Daily News 2 Nov 1866
Charles MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have paid a Totnes elector £30 in 1859 and £40 in 1862 for voting for the Liberals Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Sep 1866
Charles MITCHELMORE 24 Jul 1839 seconded Mr BALDWIN's nomination for the upcoming Totnes election; his support of this Tory candidate was the signal for a tumultuous burst of disapprobation, … [Mr MITCHELMORE] having formerly supported the Liberal candidate tooth and nail Morning Chronicle 26 Jul 1839
Charles MITCHELMORE/
MICHELMORE
20 Mar 1866 solicitor of Totnes: according to a witness at a select committee hearing on the Totness elections, had stated that one of the liberal candidates was willing to spend up to £10,000 to win the election, had offered him up to £200 or a good position for his vote, called him a — fool for not taking the bribe, and had threatened him not to give evidence against him; according to another witness, had given some of the electors 25 guineas each to vote for the liberal candidates Daily News 21 Mar 1866
Charles Benjamin MITCHELMORE 3 May 2007 retired, of Thurlestone: candidate at election to Thurlestone Parish Council Parish Council Election - Statement of Persons Nominated
Charles MITCHELMORE Sep 2010 parish councillor, Thurlestone: on behalf of the village, accepted award by the Council for the Protection of Rural England as Devon's best kept village for 2010 Herald Express 1 Oct 2010
E MITCHELMORE, Mr 11 Apr 1900 present at luncheon following the annual general meeting of the South Oxfordshire Conservative Association held at the Salisbury Club, Henley Jackson's Oxford Journal
21 Apr 1900
G MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1895 assistant to the Conservative Chairman at the Exe Island (Holy Trinity ward, Exeter] voting station for the General Election Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Jul 1895
Geoffrey MICHELMORE Mar 1866 canvassed votes for the Liberals in the Totnes elections, reported to have offered to top any bribe offered by the Tories Daily News 22 Mar 1866
Geoffrey MITCHELMORE/
MICHELMORE
21 Mar 1866 son of the steward of the Duke of Somerset, in partnership with his father: according to a witness at a select committee hearing on the Totness elections, had stated that he would top any bribe offered on behalf of the conservative candidates Belfast News-Letter
24 Mar 1866
George Humberstone MICHELMORE Oct 1841 landlord of tenements at 6½ and 7½ Clarendon Place, Somers Town; registered voter in south division of St Pancras Morning Chronicle
20 Oct 1841
H MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Jan 1865 Conservator of the Teign and Bovery rivers: attended meeting of persons interested in the salmon fisheries of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset held at Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1865
Sporting Gazette
21 Jan 1865
H MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1866 solicitor: nominated himself as Conservator of the River Teign Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Apr 1866
H MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1866 of Newton Abbot: appointed Conservator of the River Teign Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 May 1866
H MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Sep 1868 attended Radical candidate's election meeting at the Royal Public Rooms, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1868
H MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Jul 1871 hon sec, Teign Board of Conservators, Newton Abbot: reported on mines' agreement to reduce pollution in the river Sporting Gazette
22 Jul 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1871 hon sec, Teign Board of Conservators, Newton Abbot: asked to write to mines requesting them to construct catch-pits to reduce pollution in the river Sporting Gazette
3 Jun 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Apr 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: his motion, that the costs of removal of the Wolborough Street and St Leonard's tower should be met by subscritpion, accepted Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Apr 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Dec 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: doubted if it would be practical at this time of year to give the poor a dinner in the market Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Dec 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Jun 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: his motion, that the board make a compulsory purchase of the Wesleyan Reform School, accepted Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Jun 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Oct 1871 of Newton Abbot: appointed Conservator for the [salmon] fishery district of the River Teign Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Nov 1871
H MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jan 1872 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Local Board: bore testimony to the high character of the deceased P S MICHELMORE; requested the sanitary inspector not to make comparisons to the disadvantage of an adjoining parish Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1872
H MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Mar 1875 Teign Conservator: reported that salmon had gone up the river in great numbers Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Mar 1875
H MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Feb 1876 secretary, Teign Board of Conservators Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Mar 1876
H MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Jun 1899 Clerk of the County Council for Devon: complained about the newspaper's incorrect reporting of a County Council meeting Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Jun 1899
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Feb 1894 attended annual dinner of St Leonard's Ward Conservatives held at the Constitutional Club, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Feb 1894
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Apr 1913 as mayor, attended presentation of gold watch to J W BILLIAT ofExeter, participant in Stuart’s expedition from south to north Australia in 1862, by the South Australian premier The Register (Adelaide) 27 May 1913
H F MITCHELMORE 3 May 2007 nominated a candidate at Kingsbridge Parish Council elections Parish Council Election - Statement of Persons Nominated
Henry MUCHMORE 1851-1853 occupier of house and land at Poliscourt: on voter's list for St Martin by Looe St Martin OPC
Henry MICHELMORE Sep 1866 solicitor: said to have arranged a loan of £800 to allow the Totnes Liberals to pay bribes Daily News 24 Sep 1866
Henry MICHELMORE Oct 1866 solicitor of Newton Abbot: claims to have been no more than an agent for the Liberal candidate's election expenses, paid with sums received from Michelmore & Son. Daily News 29 Oct 1866
Henry MICHELMORE Mar 1867 found guilty by Electoral Commission of acts of bribery in the Totnes election of 1865 Times 18 Mar 1867
Henry MITCHELMORE 12 Apr 1875 carpenter: appointed Overseer for the parish of Totnes for the ensuing year Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Apr 1875
Henry William MICHELMORE 1912, 1931 mayor of Exeter Exeter Memories
J MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Oct 1860 attended meeting to promote construction of railway line from the North Devon line to Tavistock and Launceston Royal Cornwall Gazette 26 Oct 1860
J MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Jan 1865 Conservator of the River Dart: attended meeting of persons interested in the salmon fisheries of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset held at Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1865
Sporting Gazette
21 Jan 1865
J MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1866 the duke's steward, as was his father before him: reported to have said that none of the tenants of the duke who had sold their votes to the Conservatives should remain in their occupations Pall Mall Gazette 27 Aug 1866
J MUCHMORE 1871-72 member of Liskeard Board of Guardians: attended 15 meetings (out of 26) during the year Royal Cornwall Gazette
27 Apr 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Dec 1874 mayor of Totnes: attended opening of new organ at Bridgetown Church Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Dec 1874
J MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Jan 1875 presided at Totnes Borough Petty Sessions Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Jan 1875
J MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jun 1876 mayor of Totnes: with wife, partook of luncheon with the officers of the 4th Administrative Battalion of the Devon Rifle Volunteers Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Jul 1876
J MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Feb 1881 present at first annual dinner of the Northam Conservative and Constitutional Association Hampshire Advertiser
12 Feb 1881
J MICHELMORE, Mr 6 May 1889 of Totnes: attended meeting of the Dartmouth Port Sanitary Authority Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 May 1889
J MICHELMORE Nov 1879 elected mayor of Totnes Y Genedl Cymreig (Caernarvon)
13 Nov 1879 [in Welsh]
Jeffery E MICHELMORE 15 Nov 1879 mayor of Totnes: convened meeting to support invitation to the Devon Country Agricultural Association to hold its next exhibition at Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Nov 1879
Jeffery MICHELMORE Feb 1789 signed letter to William PITT from the people of Ashburton expressing admiration for his administration London Evening Post 12 Feb 1789
Jeffery MICHELMORE 16 Sep 1863 one of the Conservators of the River Dart and agent to the Duke of Somerset: case against three salmon fishers dismissed Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Sep 1863
Jeffery MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have turned a Totnes elector out of his house after he voted for the Conservatives in the 1863 election  Daily News 15 Sep 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have turned a Totnes elector out of his house after he voted for the Conservatives Daily News 19 Sep 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have paid a Totnes elector £30 for his vote in the 1863 election, together with the rent on one of Mr MICHELMORE's houses Daily News 22 Sep 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1866 said to have instructed his clerk to make a ledger entry  of £10 10s paid to a Totnes elector to prevent tories getting it Daily News 27 Oct 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Aug 1866 said to have once taken away and locked up some Totnes electors who would not vote for the Liberals Daily News 31 Aug 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have told a tenant of the Duke of Somerset that he would ruin his wife and family if he did not vote for the liberal candidate Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Sep 1866
Jeffery MICHELMORE Mar 1867 found guilty by Electoral Commission of acts of bribery in the Totnes elections of 1859, 1862, 1863 and 1865 Times 18 Mar 1867
Jeffery John MICHELMORE 1874, 1875, 1879 mayor of Totnes Edward Windeatt, Totnes: Its mayors and mayoresses 1836-1906, Transactions of the Devonshire Association, 38, 1906
Jeffery MICHELMORE 9 Nov 1874 elected mayor of Totness Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Nov 1874
Jeffery MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Feb 1875 mayor of Totnes: entertained the Corporation and Magistrates at dinner Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Feb 1875
Jeffery MICHELMORE 12 Jan 1876 mayor of Totnes: presided over a meeting of the Town Council Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Jan 1876
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1878 chairman of the Dart Board of Conservators: attended meeting designed to bring together the Board and an association formed to improve salmon fishing on the Dart The Fishing Gazette
18 Oct 1878
Jeffery MICHELMORE 3 Jul 1878 chaired meeting of the Dart Fishery Board Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jul 1878
John MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1844 signed letter from Brixham shipowners to Joseph SOMES, candidate in the upcoming elections, requesting his support The Standard 24 Dec 1844
John MICHELMORE Nov 1852 innkeeper: one of 20 tenants of Sir Henry Seale served notice to quit after not voting for the protectionists in the previous election, as he had directed them Daily News 8 Nov 1852
John MUCHMORE 1864-65 occupier of house and land at Longeo: on voter's list for St Martin by Looe St Martin OPC
John MICHELMORE Oct 1866 denied having been bribed or having bribed any other Totnes elector Daily News 1 Nov 1866
John MICHELMORE 16 Jul 1870 of Buckfastleigh: elected commissioner of the River Dart Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Jul 1870
M MITCHELMORE, Mrs 2004 Slapton parish councillor Slapton Village Noticeboard 20 Sep 2004
M B MITCHELMORE 3 May 2007 nominated a candidate at Chivelstone Parish Council elections Parish Council Election - Statement of Persons Nominated
Mabel ROW née MITCHELMORE 1939-1942 husband Alderman W G ROW elected mayor for four terms Western Times [various dates]
Margaret Eva MITCHELMORE 3 May 2007 of Slapton: candidate at election to Slapton Parish Council Parish Council Election - Statement of Persons Nominated
P MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Nov 1873 of Torquay: attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Nov 1878
P MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Apr 1875 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians: elected to the Assessment Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Apr 1875
P MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Mar 1876 attended meeting of the Board of Guardians: proposed all guardians dine together after the last meeting of the year Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Apr 1876
P MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Apr 1879 of Torquay: attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians, appointed to Assessment Committee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Apr 1879
P MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1881 retiring Torquay Overseer: presided at meeting where he was re-nominated Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Mar 1881
P MICHELMORE, Mr 2 May 1883 attended meeting of the Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 May 1883
P MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Jan 1889 candidate for election to the Devon County Council as member for Torquay, elected unopposed Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Jan 1889
P MITCHELMORE 13 Feb 1889 of Torquay: attended meeting of Newton Abbot Board of Guardians Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Feb 1889
P S MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Aug 1868 attended Conservative candidate's election meeting at the Bath Saloon, Torquay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Aug 1868
P S MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Feb 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: offered to contribute £25 towards the expense of removing the tower at Wolborough Street and St Leonard's Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Feb 1871
P S MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Apr 1871 attended meeting of Newton Abbot Local Board: his motion, to remove the tower at Wolborough Street and St Leonard's and build a drinking fountain on the base of the old town cross, accepted Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Apr 1871
P S MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jan 1872 Newton Abbot Local Board expressed their deep sense of loss sustained through his death, [being] most sensible of his great qualities for the hightest honour, strictest integrity, sound judgment, and untiring interest which he has devoted to the Board since its formation Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1872
P W MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Jan 1883 chemist: at meeting of the Totnes Board of Guardians, nominated but not elected as registrar of births and deaths Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jan 1883
Philip MICHELMORE 19 Jan 1889 Torquay Overseer: present at voting for an Assistant Overseer Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Jan 1889
Richard MITCHELMORE Jul 1859 at meeting of Dartmouth election committee, admitted taking £35 from Sir T TUCKER to vote for him instead of Mr SCHENLEY Morning Chronicle
28 July 1859
Richard MITCHELMORE 27 Jul 1869 found guilty of receiving £10 from William TUCKER to induce him to abstain from voting House of Commons Parliamentary Paper Alphabetical List of Election Petitions presented ...: 27 July 1859 Dartmouth Election
Samuel MITCHELMORE 13 Nov 1871 trader of Bonhay Road: signed petition to the Exeter Local Board that the obstruction on Bonhay Road be immediately put right Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Nov 1871
Sophia MICHELMORE Mar 1867 found guilty by Electoral Commission of acts of bribery in the Totnes elections of 1859, 1863 and 1865 Times 18 Mar 1867
T MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Nov 1839 Radical party candidate for Totnes Municipal Council, elected with the second-highest number of votes The Standard 23 Jul 1840
T MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Jan 1865 Conservator of the River Dart: attended meeting of persons interested in the salmon fisheries of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset held at Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1865
Sporting Gazette
21 Jan 1865
Thomas MICHELMORE 19 Oct 1839 agent to the Duke of Somerset: despite his assurance that the Duke did not intend to interfere with his tenants' votes in the recent election, several have been evicted as a result of not voting for the Duke's son-in-law Morning Post 19 Oct 1839
Thomas MICHELMORE 31 Oct 1839 at a meeting of the Totnes Reform Association, a toast was proposed to him and the four Liberal candidates; in reply, he claimed that Tory landowners were driving Whig tenants off their lands Morning Chronicle
5 Nov 1839
T C MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Mar 1873 attended meeting held at Tenby to consider how to offset the costs of opposing the Tenby Water Bill Western Mail
27 Mar 1873
Thomas MICHELMORE 24 Aug 1848 supplied game from the preserves of his Grace the Duke of Somerset for a public dinner at the Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes, to celebrate the election of a Conservative mayor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Aug 1849
Thomas MICHELMORE 8 Dec 1862 Duke of Somerset's land agent: accused of threatened the tenants of the Duke of Somerset with summary ejection from their cottages if they dared to vote against the Liberal candidate John Bull 13 Dec 1862
Thomas MICHELMORE 14 Jan 1863 the Duke of Somerset's agent: accused by opposition of demanding the support of certain of the Duke's tenantry for the Duke's nominee for the upcoming election under threat of eviction Daily News 16 Jan 1863
Thomas MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have given a Totnes elector £20 for voting for the Liberals Daily News 17 Sep 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE Sep 1866 the Duke's steward: said to have turned a Totnes elector out of his house after he had refused to give two votes to the Duke's candidates (after promising only one vote) Daily News 20 Sep 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE Sep 1866 despite Lord Seymour's disgust at the bribery that had taken place, said to have conveyed property to a Totnes elector's wife in order to win support for the Liberals Daily News 22 Sep 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE Sep 1866 said to have estimated that £2000 would be needed to secure enough votes at the immanent election Daily News 24 Sep 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE Oct 1866 deceased: said by one witness to have threatened a Totnes elector with the loss of his position if he did not vote for the Liberals, denied by another witness Daily News 30 Oct 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE Mar 1867 found guilty by Electoral Commission of acts of bribery in the Totnes elections of 1859, 1862, 1863 and 1865 Times 18 Mar 1867
Thomas MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 15 Oct 1863 steward to the Duke of Somerset: accused at Registration Court of bribing Thos MITCHEL to vote for the Duke's candidates at elections Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Oct 1863
Tom MICHELMORE 6 Nov 1839 Not content with making slaves and vassals of his grace's tenants, the non-interfering steward openly adopted the principle of exclusive dealing, by issuing cards to the duke's tenantry of the different tradesmen with whom they were requested to deal. The Charter 17 Nov 1839
W MITCHELMORE Oct 1881 attended meeting of committee to promote the election of Messrs MORGAN and WARING in the upcoming Cardiff municipal elections, East Ward Western Mail
25 Oct 1881
Walter MUCHMORE 1864-65 freeholder of house on Church Street, Liskeard: included on Voter's List Cornwall Online Parish Clerks
William MITCHELMORE 1 Mar 1869 builder of Mill Lane: elected assessor for Cardiff South Ward Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian & Brecon Gazette 6 Mar 1869
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1949-1950 mayor of Exeter 1949-1950 Liddel Hart Centre for Military Archives: Survey of the Papers of Senior UK Defence Personnel, 1900-1975
Churches, lodges and friendly societies
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 4 Jun 1834 member of the Church Trustees, St Pancras Vestry Morning Chronicle
5 Jun 1834
? MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1849 agent to the Duke of Somerset: reported to be in dispute with the Bishop and the vicar of Berry Pomeroy over the separation of Bridgetown from the parish of Berry Pomeroy Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Apr 1849
? MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1858 elected Director of the Poor, St Pancras vestry The Standard 6 Apr 1858
? MITCHELMORE, Bro 5 Aug 1867 vice-chair, Viscount Cardiff Oddfellows Lodge Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian & Brecon Gazette 9 Aug 1867
? MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Jul 1872 attended meeting of committee appointed to protest recent changes to services at the parish church of St Saviour Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Jul 1872
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jan 1890 with his daughter, attended opening of the new Sunday Schools on the Larkbeare Estate, St Leonard's, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jan 1890
? MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 31 Jun 1891 attended tea party held by the Cathedral Guild of St Peter in the gardens of the Bishop's Palace, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Jul 1891
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Oct 1892 delivered an interesting address at a meeting of the Church of England Temperance Society in the Holy Trinity parish room, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Oct 1892
? MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Aug 1893 told the magistrates at the Brewster Sessions, on behalf of tocal teetotallers, that the city was over-licensed Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Sep 1893
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 May 1893 to address YMCA's open-air service in Bedford Circus, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 May 1893
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 30 Mar 1897 managed refreshment stall at bazaar at Bible Christian Chapel, St Mary's Road, Southampton Hampshire Advertiser
31 Mar 1897
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 30 Mar 1897 displayed bridecake at bazaar at Bible Christian Chapel, St Mary's Road, Southampton Hampshire Advertiser
31 Mar 1897
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1898 Vice Grand [Deputy Presiding Officer], Ashburton Lodge: attended annual meeting of the Exeter District of the Manchester Union Order of Oddfellows held at Oddfellows' Hall, Catherine Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jan 1898
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1898 Past Grand, Exonian of Friendship Lodge: attended annual meeting of the Exeter District of the Manchester Union Order of Oddfellows held at Oddfellows' Hall, Catherine Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jan 1898
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Jan 1899 Past Grand, Exonian of Friendship Lodge: attended annual meeting of the Exeter District Branch of the MUIOOF at the Oddfellows' Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Jan 1899
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 19 Jun 1878 of Berry House: stall holder at bazaar in the ruins of Berry Pomeroy Castle in aid of the fund to restore the parish church Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jun 1878
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 1918 of Grove Hill, Topsham: leader of Junior Brownies and Girl Guides YWCA Directory 1918
? MUTCHMORE, Dr 11 Jun 1869 of Philadelphia: expected to take  part in annual meeting of the Female Association in connection with the Assembly's Foreign Mission to be held at Pisherwick Place Church, Belfast Belfast News-Letter
11 Jun 1869
? MUTCHMORE, Rev Dr 26 Jun 1869 to take evening service at Edinburgh Castle, Limehouse, London Pall Mall Gazette 25 Jun 1887
Alfred MICHELMORE 19 Jun 1878 hon sec, Berry Pomeroy church restoration fund Totnes Times 22 Jun 1878
Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jun 1878
E MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1915 churchwarden, Llanenddwyn Church: attended confirmation service Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
26 Mar 1915
Fred MITCHELMORE 192x choir boy at Dartmouth St Barnabas, twin of Walter The Dartmouth Archives
G H MITCHELMORE Mar 1856 elected director of the poor, St Pancras vestry Daily News 25 Mar 1856
G H MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1857 elected director of the poor, St Pancras vestry Daily News 16 Apr 1857
George Humberston MITCHELMORE Nov 1855 of 4 Quadrant Grove: elected St Pancras vestryman, Kentish Town ward Daily News 20 Nov 1855
H MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Feb 1889 subscribed two guineas towards the memorial window for the Earl of Devon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Feb 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Jan 1889 attended meeting of subscribers to the proposed new west window  of the cathedral, a memorial to the Earl of Devon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jan 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Jan 1889 attended meeting protesting the removal of the west window of the cathedral Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jan 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Oct 1889 attended meeting in connection with the visit of the Excutive Council of the Church of England Temperance Society in Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Oct 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Nov 1891 elected treasurer of a the newly formed Exeter branch of the Church Defence Institution Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Nov 1891
H MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Aug 1891 attended meeting of the Cathedral Guild of St Peter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Aug 1891
H MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Nov 1892 attended opening of new Parish Rooms in Friar's Terrace, Exeter in connection with Holy Trinity parish [which included Exe Island] Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Nov 1892
H MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Oct 1894 seconded the resolution of welcome at a meeting of the Women's Total Abstinence Union held at Barnfield Hall, Exeter; later attended a public meeting at the Royal Public Rooms Wings (London) 1 Nov 1894
H MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Aug 1896 appointed member of a committee to raise funds for a testimonial to Rev T C BEWES, retiring curate of St Leonard's, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Aug 1896
H MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Sept 1896 attended presentation of testimonials to Rev T C BEWES, retiring curate of St Leonard's, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Oct 1896
H MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1897 attended meeting of the Exeter Vestry, St Leonard's Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Apr 1897
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jun 1889 to address open-air meeting organised by the Exe Island Mission Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Jun 1889
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Nov 1889 congratulated upon the success attendant on the Mission Loan Exhibition at the Rougemont, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Dec 1889
H W MICHELMORE, Bro 2 Dec 1889 Noble Grand [Presiding Officer]: presided at annual dinner of the Loyal Exonian of Friendship lodge of the Exeter Oddfellows Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Dec 1889
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Feb 1890 to address Mission Service at the Exe Island Mission Hall, Bridge Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Feb 1890
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Jun 1891 attended tea party held by the Cathedral Guild of St Peter in the gardens of the Bishop's Palace, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Jul 1891
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Oct 1892 attended public luncheon at the Rougemont Hotel to celebrate the opening of the new YMCA building in King's Alley, High Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Oct 1892
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Nov 1893 to attend annual meeting of the Westgate Temperance Society Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Nov 1893
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Aug 1893 provided prizes for races at the St Leonard's Sunday School annual outing at Exmouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Aug 1893
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 16 Dec 1894 to address Bright hour for young men at the Exeter YMCA, King's Lodge, High Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Dec 1894
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Mar 1895 presented an amusing exhibition of mechanical toys and working models at a YMCA bazaar Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Mar 1895
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1895 attended meeting of the St Leonard vestry Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Apr 1895
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Sept 1896 attended presentation of testimonials to Rev T C BEWES, retiring curate of St Leonard's, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Oct 1896
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Jun 1896 attended opening of St Leonard's Church bazaar; wife and daughter presided over a white carnations stall Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Jun 1896
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 12 May 1897 read a paper on Suggested action under the present law to the Temperance Conference held at Torquay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 May 1897
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1897 attended meeting of the St Leonard's vestry Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Apr 1897
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1897 attended meeting of the Exeter Vestry, St Leonard's Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Apr 1897
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1897 delivered lecture on Is wine conducive to hard work, either physical or mental? to a meeting of the Exeter Junior Society at the YWCA Wings (London) 1 Dec 1897
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Dec 1898 to lead Special Limelight CMS Jubilee Service at Exe Island Mission Hall Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Dec 1898
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Jan 1899 to address Friernhay Young Men's Society, Friernhay Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Jan 1899
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Sep 1900 to address open-air meeting organised by the Exe Island Mission Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Sep 1900
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 19 May 1900 gave lecture on Beer and its manufacture to Exeter Juniors at Christ Church Lecture Hall, Exeter Wings (London) 1 Jul 1900
H W MICHELMORE, Mrs 12 Mar 1895 ran a stall of useful and ornamental goods at a YMCA bazaar, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Mar 1895
H W MICHELMORE, Mrs Aug 1898 organised a stall and refreshments at a Japanese Bazaar held in the Subscription Rooms, Dartmouth, in aid of St Barnabas Church Hearth and Home
18 Aug 1898
Henry MICHELMORE 9 Jun 1890 intending member of the Cathedral Guild of St Peter: attended lecture at the Chantry Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Jun 1890
Henry William MICHELMORE 25 May 1933 of Grove Hill, Topsham: trustee of the Municipal Charities (Church List), Exeter London Gazette
26 May 1933
J MUCHMORE 18 May 1875 member of committee that organised the annual festival of the St Germans and Tideford Temperance and Rechabite Societies at Port Eliot, St Germans Royal Cornwall Gazette
22 May 1875
J MUCHMORE 28 Apr 1876 re-elected churchwarden, St Martin by Looe Royal Cornwall Gazette
29 Apr 1876
J MITCHELMORE Mar 1881 of Berry House, Totnes: secretary to a fund established to restore the church at Abbotskerswell as a memorial to the late Capt Marcus HARE RN The Standard 19 Mar 1881
J MUCHMORE 1 Apr 1887 re-elected churchwarden, St Martin by Looe Royal Cornwall Gazette
15 Apr 1887
J MUCHMORE Apr 1888 re-elected churchwarden, St Martin by Looe Royal Cornwall Gazette
5 Apr 1888
J MUCHMORE May 1890 member of committee that organised the annual festival of the St Germans and Tideford Temperance Societies at Port Eliot, St Germans Royal Cornwall Gazette
29 May 1890
J H MITCHELMORE, Mr 26 Jun 1898 Oddfellow: vice-chairman of committee that organised the annual church parade of the Ashburton United Friendly Societies Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Jul 1898
Jeffery MICHELMORE 19 Jun 1878 churchwarden, Berry Pomeroy: present at bazaar in the ruins of Berry Pomeroy Castle in aid of the fund to restore the parish church Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jun 1878
Jeffery MICHELMORE 17 Apr 1879 churchwarden at time of Berry Pomeroy parish church restoration plaque in Berry Pomeroy parish church
John MICHELMORE 1334 paid a groat to the Churchwardens of Ashburton [personal communication]
John MICHELMORE 1684, 1685 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
John MITCHELMORE 1680 churchwarden, Stoke Fleming Stoke Fleming Parish Church register
Mary MITCHELMORE 12 Sep 1905 presented a number of books to the wife of the pastor of Horeb Congregational Chapel, Llwydcoed, on celebrating his 34th year as minister of the church Weekly Mail 16 Sep 1905
P D MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Jan 1876 companion: attended meeting of the Royal Arch Masons at Newton Abbot, nominated  for vacant office of H [unknown abbreviation] Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jan 1876
Phillip MICHELMORE 1739-1740 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
Robert MICHELMORE 1687 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
Robert MICHELMORE jnr 1691 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
S A MUTCHMORE, Rev 6 Jun 1869 of Philadelphia, member of deputation from US Presbyterian Church to the General Assembly: to preach at May Street Church, Belfast. [Samuel A MUTCHMORE became Moderator of the US Presbyterian Church in May 1894.] Belfast News-Letter
5 Jun 1869
S G MICHELMORE 7 June 1885 secretary, Sons of Devon Friendly Society, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jun 1885
Samuel MICHELMORE 1688 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
E MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1915 churchwarden, Llanenddwyn Church: attended confirmation service Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
26 Mar 1915
T L MICHELMORE, Mr 20 May 1893 judge at fete and sports at meeting of Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows in Southampton Hampshire Advertiser
24 May 1893
Thomas MICHELMORE 1672, 1678 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh Parish Church register
W H MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Dec 1893 to address Bright hour for young men at the Exeter YMCA, King's Lodge, High Street, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Dec 1893
W H MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Mar 1895 attended demonstration by the Bedford Church Lads Brigade at the Baths Assembly Rooms, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Mar 1895
W H MICHELMORE, Bro 17Oct 1898 proposed toast to Kindred Societies and Visiting Brethren at a meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters held at the Half Moon Hotel, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Oct 1898
W H MICHELMORE, Bro 19 Nov 1898 Past Grand: to present paper on Loyal Exonians of the 20th Century at a meeting of the Loyal Exonian of Friendship Lodge of Oddfellows Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Oct 1898
Walter MITCHELMORE 192x choir boy at Dartmouth St Barnabas, only distinguishable from his twin brother Fred by a scar on his forehead The Dartmouth Archives
William MICHELMORE 1639 churchwarden, Buckfastleigh Buckfastleigh parish register
William MYTCHILMORE 29 Jan 1642 among signatories witnessing that the 39 Articles had been publicly read in Church during a service Buckfastleigh parish register
Community service

The following table shows where M*CH*MOREs have been involved in leadership of community organisations, volunteer work, charitable contributions, and other community activities.

Name Date(s) Information Source
Leadership of community organisations  
Eric MITCHELMORE 15 Jun 1950 jobmaster at inaugural fete of the Bovey Tracey Toc H Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
16 Jun 1950
Guy MICHELMORE May 1947 Assistant District Commissioner, Devon Sea Scouts Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
2 May 1947
H [W] MICHELMORE, Mr 1889-1899 attended meetings of the Governors of the Devon and Exeter Hospital Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post [various dates]
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Apr 1897 confirmed as hon sec of the committee planning Exeter's Diamond Jubilee celebrations Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 23 Apr 1897
H MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jun 1900 attended meeting of the Governors of the Exeter Dispensary Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 30 Jun 1900
Henry T MICHELMORE 1912-1920 hon sec, Exeter Labour Home, 36 Catherine Street, Exeter: on active service Blue Book 1912-1920
J H MITCHELMORE, Mr 1896 vice-president, Ashburton Mutual Improvement Association Western Times 21 Feb 1895
P MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Nov 1857 took the chair at a meeting of Torquay Extra-Mural Cemetery Company at Lower Union Street, Torquay Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 3 Dec 1857
W H MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Apr 1897 hon sec pro tem of the committee planning Exeter's Diamond Jubilee celebrations Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Apr 1897
Volunteer work  
? MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Feb 1897 attended meeting to plan Exeter's celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 24 Feb 1897
Catherine May MITCHELMORE Jun 1917 - Jan 1918 of 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer, pantry duties at Hammersmith Military Orthopaedic Hospital 6 hr a week British Red Cross
Dorothy Marian MITCHELMORE Oct 1918 of 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer, general work 4 hr/wk, previously at Hammersmith Military Orthopaedic Hospital 6 hr/wk British Red Cross
Eleanor MICHELMORE 1914 - 31 Dec 1919 of Crown Hill, Alton: Red Cross volunteer, masseuse full time, Alton Red Cross Hospital, awarded ARRC British Red Cross
Florence MICHELMORE Jan 1915 - Sep 1917 of Beecroft, Salcombe Regis, Sidmouth: kitchen maid, part time, Sidmouth V A Hospital & Peak House Hospital British Red Cross
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Mar 1893 solicitor: attended the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Exeter Tepid Swimming Bath (in the grounds of King's Lodge College and adjoining the new YCMA building) and the subsequent luncheon Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 4 Mar 1893
M MITCHELMORE, Mrs 1915-1917 of Goring, Oxfordshire: Red Cross volunteer, awarded Voluntary Worker Badge British Red Cross
Margaret Eugenie MICHELMORE Jan 1916 - 31 Feb 1919 of 30 Cleveland Square, London: Red Cross volunteer, 2nd cook and nurse, half day British Red Cross
Marian E MITCHELMORE May 1917 of 24 Aberdeen Road, Dollis Hill: Red Cross volunteer, ward work 4 hr/wk British Red Cross
Phyllis MICHELMORE 1914-1919 of Crown Hill, Alton: Red Cross volunteer, nurse part time, Alton Auxilliary Hospital, awarded blue stripe [assistant nurse uniform] British Red Cross
S MICHELMORE, Miss Jun 1917 - Dec 1918 of Avalon, Mill Street, Ottery St Mary: Red Cross volunteer, awarded Ottery St Mary War Supply Depot Badge & Certificate British Red Cross
Thos MICHELMORE, Mrs May 1854 member of committee organising a Fancy Fair for the benefit of our soldiers' wives and children to be held at Bath in June Bristol Mercury 6 May 1854
Charitable donations  
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 1814 contributed 3s to a fund for the relief of distress in Germany Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 26 May 1814
? MICHELMORE, Mrs Jan 1867 of Teignmouth: donated one guinea towards the Exeter Grammar School Playfield and New Site Fund Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 16 Jan 1867
A MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1886 donated periodicals etc. to the Royal Truro Infirmary Royal Cornwall Gazette 5 Mar 1886
H MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1881 donated £1 to the Exeter Soup Kitchen Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 19 Jan 1881
Henry MICHELMORE Mar 1884 of St Leonard's, Exeter: contibuted one guinea to the West of England Eye Infirmary Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 12 Mar 1884
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1815 of Staverton: contributed £1 to the Waterloo Committee at the City of London Tavern Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 16 Nov 1815
J MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1865 contributed one guinea towards the expenses of a meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of England to be held in Plymouth in July Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 5 Jul 1865
J MITCHELMORE Jun 1891 contributed £1 towards building of an intermediate school in Barry, Glamorganshire South Wales Star 12 Jun 1891
P MICHELMORE, Mr 1815 of Staverton: contributed £1 to the Waterloo Committee at the City of London Tavern Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 16 Nov 1815
P MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1877 attended a public meeting in Torquay to raise local subscriptions to the Indian Famine Relief Fund Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 12 Sep 1877
Other  
? MITCHELMORE, Mr   [The site was] Investigated by Mr Mitchelmore who uncovered part of a circular wall of a hut. Somerset Historic Environment Record
A P G MICHELMORE 1968 President of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art [“A. P. G. Michelmore, Esq., MA (afterwards MBE)”] The Devonshire Association: History & Origins
E MICHELMORE, Mr 1 May 1872 of West Street, Ashburton: his house noticed for outstanding decoration at the opening of the railway branch line from Totnes Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 8 May 1872
W R E MITCHELMORE 1918-1921 Housed in the former coach house to Hendford Manor, the Museum of South Somerset's modern displays draw upon many different collections brought together by Alderman W R E MITCHELMORE, Mayor of Yeovil from 1918-1921. Yeovil Town, Museum of South Somerset
W R E MITCHELMORE 1926 Reports on an attempt to locate the barrow discovered in 1926 by W R E MITCHELMORE. It reportedly lay near Barwick Park, Yeovil J Gerrard & S Mills, Mitchelmore's mysterious mound. Chronicle, 8(1), 1999, 8-11.
Honours
Name Date(s) Information Source
A MUCHMORE 1 Jan 1942 son of Mrs & the late Mr A MUCHMORE of Polbathic, financial adviser to HM Government at Aden, served in the RAMC during the last war, previously attached to the Treasury Departments at Dar-es-Salaam and Tanganyika: appointed OBE Western Morning News
23 Jan 1942
Alfred Philip Galabin MICHELMORE 14 Jun 1986 appointed Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) for services to the conservation of plant and animal wildlife in Devon London Gazette
13 Jun 1986
Alfred MUCHMORE 1 Jan 1948 OBE, Colonial Administrative Service, Financial Secretary, Aden: made Ordinary Commander of the Civil Division of the Order of the British Empire London Gazette
30 Dec 1947
Clifford Arthur MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1969 television broadcaster and producer: appointed Commander of the British Empire (Civil Division) London Gazette
20 Dec 1968
E MITCHELMORE Mar 1939 at meeting of the Tiverton Junction branch of the GWR Staff Association, presented with gold medal and bar for 23 yr ambulance service at meeting of the Tiverton Junction branch of the GWR Staff Association Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
31 Mar 1939
Edward MITCHELMORE 15 Mar 1949 overseer, London Postal Region: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
15 Mar 1949
Eric MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1960 Deputy Regional Director, UK Region, Imperial War Graves Commission: awarded Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) London Gazette
29 Dec 1959
Ernest Henry MITCHELMORE Jun 1937 appointed Serving Brother in the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
22 Jun 1937
Harold Gaye MICHELMORE 23 Jun 1931 appointed Officer of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
23 Jun 1931
Harold Gaye MICHELMORE 19 Jun 1936 appointed Commander of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
23 Jun 1936
Harold George MITCHELMORE 20 Jun 1986 appointed Serving Brother of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
20 Jun 1986
Henry Richard Aubrey MICHELMORE 14 Jul 1959 MB: appointed Serving Brother, Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
14 Jul 1959
Henry Richard Aubrey MICHELMORE 22 Apr 1983 MB, BCH: appointed Officer, Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
22 Apr 1983
Jade MITCHELMORE Apr 2016 nominated for Student Nurse of the Year in the Nottingham Nurse & Midwife of the Year competition Nottingham Post
18 Apr 2016
James Frederick MUCHMORE 30 Sep 1969 lately Postman Higher Grade, Bournemouth and Poole: awarded Imperial Service Medal London Gazette
4 Feb 1971
Jeffry MICHELMORE 17 Feb 1972 appointed Serving Brother of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
17 Feb 1972
John Thomas MITCHELMORE 7 Jun 1934 Skilled Labourer (Machinist), H M Dockyards, Devonport: awarded Imperial Service Medal London Gazette
15 Jun 1934
Moira Sheelagh MICHELMORE 1 Jan 2010 awarded MBE for services to the Sidmouth community Times 1 Jan 2010
Norman Edmund Muchamore KNIGHT 13 Jun 1959 lately Foreman of Factory, Pakistan Naval Armament Depot, Karachi: appointed Ordinary Member of the Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) London Gazette
5 Jun 1959
Norman Mitchelmore HAINES 1999 awarded MBE for services to LINK in Wiltshire London Gazette
31 Dec 1999
Paul William MITCHELMORE 22Oct1999 mess hand, Ministry of Defence: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
22 Oct 1999
Reginald Albert MUCHMORE 20 May 1960 Supervisor, Higher Grade, London Telecommunications Region: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
17 May 1960
Reginald Conroy James MITCHELMORE 19 Apr 1960 postman, Torquay: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
15 Apr 1960
Richard Stanley MITCHELMORE 29 Dec 1964 skilled labourer, Ministry of Defence, Devonport: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
25 Dec 1964
Silvanus Manuel MITCHELMORE 9 Jul 1985 electrical fitter, Ministry of Defence: awarded Imperial Service Medal on his retirement London Gazette
8 Jul 1985
Sophie Nicholls MICHELMORE, Mrs 20 Jun 1969 appointed Serving Sister in the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem London Gazette
20 Jun 1969
Thomas Gerald MICHELMORE 13 Jun 1957 Commander, RD, RNR (retired), Chief Inspector of Lifeboats, Royal National Lifeboat Institution: appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) London Gazette
4 Jun 1957
W R E MITCHELMORE, Alderman Oct 1930 Yeovil Town Council decided to confer the honorary freedom of the borough on him Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
15 Oct 1930
Walter MOCHELMOR 1458 freeman of Dartmouth H R Watkins, Dartmouth, Exeter, 1935
William Goodwin MICHELMORE 27 Sep 1949 Major-General 25379, CB, DSO, MC, TD: reliquishes his appointment as honorary Colonel of TA unit, appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (Civil Division) London Gazette
24 Jan 1950
Social activities

The following table shows where M*CH*MOREs have been involved in shows and exhibitions (not including hunting dog and horse shows, which are included under sports above); dances and dinners; weddings and funerals; and other social activities.

Name Date(s) Information Source
Shows and exhibitions    
? MUCHMORE, Mr 17 Dec 1853 of Lydford: a North Devon fed by him won prize for best cow or heifer at Truro Christmas Market Royal Cornwall Gazette
30 Dec 1853
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 17 Aug 1886 won prizes for parrots, fruit pie and plain cake at Holy Trinity Home Improvement Society annual show Hampshire Advertiser
21 Aug 1886
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jul 1893 won 1st and 2nd prizes for Angoris rabbits at the Torquay Fanciers Association monthly show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jul 1893
A MITCHELMORE Aug 1888 of Dyffryn: won 2nd prizes for cabbages, cos lettuces and autumn onions at the Barmouth and Harlech Horticultural Show North Wales Chronicle
18 Aug 1888
E MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Nov 1885 with Mr H MICHELMORE, awarded 1st prize for black-breasted red cock at Western Counties' Poultry and Pigeon Show, Whiteladies' Road Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Nov 1885
F G MITCHELMORE 19 Aug 1905 won prize for sweet peas at Burry Port & Pembrey Horticultural Society show Cambrian 25 Aug 1905
H MICHELMORE, Mr Apr-Jul 1881 member of committee that organised the annual exhibition of the Devon & Exeter Botanical, Horticultural, and Natural History Society at the Victoria Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
Apr-Jul 1881
H MICHELMORE, Mr 19 Aug 1881 member of committee that organised the summer show of the Devon & Exeter Botanical, Horticultural, and Natural History Society at Northernhay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Aug 1881
H MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Jan 1881 attended annual meeting of subscribers to the Devon and Exeter Botanical, Horticultural, and Natural History Society Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Jan 1881
H MICHELMORE, Mr 23-24 Aug 1883  judge for table decorations and bouquets at Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society show held on Northernhay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Aug 1883
H MICHELMORE, Mr 15 May 1885 judge for fruit and vegetables at the exhibition held by the Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society in Victoria Hall Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 May 1885
H MUCHMORE 21 Jul 1885 won first prize for cabbages at annual meeting of the Liskeard District Agricultural Association and Rural Exhibition Society Royal Cornwall Gazette
24 Jul 1885
H MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Nov 1885 with Mr E MICHELMORE, awarded 1st prize for black-breasted red cock at Western Counties' Poultry and Pigeon Show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Nov 1885
H MICHELMORE 27 Aug 1895 won prize for girls' cooking class at the Holy Trinity (Southampton) Home Improvement Society annual exhibition Hampshire Advertiser
31 Aug 1895
H MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Dec 1897 steward for poultry at the annual exhibition of the Totnes Fatstock, Poultry and Rabbit Show Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 7 Dec 1897
H MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Nov 1898 of Exeter: judge for fruit at the annual exhibition of the Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society held at the Victoria Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Nov 1898
H MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Nov 1899 of Exeter: judge for fruit at the exhibition held by the Devon and Exeter Horticultural Society in Victoria Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Nov 1899
Henry MICHELMORE 15 Nov 1889 of Exeter: judge for fruit at the annual exhibition of the Devon Horticultural Society held at the Victoria Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Nov 1889
Hettie MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1889 won prize for Specimen Needlework (Under 8) at the Holy Trinity (Southampton) Home Improvement Society annual exhibition Hampshire Advertiser
24 Aug 1889
Ina MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1889 with Jane MANSBRIDGE, won prize for Specimen Needlework (Under 8) at the Holy Trinity (Southampton) Home Improvement Society annual exhibition Hampshire Advertiser
24 Aug 1889
Mabel MITCHELMORE 16 Aug 1892 won prize for children's nightdress at annual cottagers' exhibition organised by the Holy Trinity Home Impovement Society Hampshire Advertiser
17 Aug 1892
P C MITCHELMORE 7 Sep 1882 won first prize for lettuces and second prizes for vegetable collection and peas at Laugharne [Carmarthen] Horticultural Society annual exhibition Western Mail
8 Sep 1882
T MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Aug 1892 judge at sports competition at annual show of the Royal Southampton Horticultural Society Hampshire Advertiser
3 Aug 1892
Thomas MICHELMORE, jun 22-23 Jun 1854 at a Taunton poultry show, won second prize for gold or silver pencilled Hamburghs and his owls were commended Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Jun 1854
Thos MICHELMORE 11-12 Jun 1863 exhibited some splendid harriers at the first Dog Show ever held in Exeter and won a Highly Commended for one of his pedigree animals Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Jun 1863
W MUCHMORE 22 Jul 1885 won second prize for parsley at annual meeting of the Liskeard District Agricultural Association and Rural Exhibition Society Royal Cornwall Gazette
24 Jul 1885
W MITCHELMORE 31 Oct 1899 won 2nd prize for three solanums at Torquay Chrysanthemum Show Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Nov 1899
Walter MUCHMORE 6 Jun 1856 of Liskeard: won prize for best hog ram at East Cornwall Agricultural Show at Liskeard Royal Cornwall Gazette
13 Jun 1856
Dances and dinners      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Aug 1870 noticed among 400 guests at a public dejeuner at the Torquay Regatta to honour Sir Lawrence & Lady PALK Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Aug 1870
? MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Aug 1871 attended dinner to present Sir Lawrence PALK with a portrait of him in commemoration of his causing the new Torquay pier to be erected Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Aug 1871
? MICHELMORE, Miss 21 Jan 1875 attended the annual county ball held at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot, along with Mr & Mrs H MICHELMORE 0360 Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Jan 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Oct 1887 of the United Service Hotel, David Place: served a grand banquet for the members of the Provincial Grand Lodge, Jersey Hampshire Advertiser
5 Nov 1887
? MICHELMORE, Miss 28 Dec 1882 attended the Christmas Fancy Dress Ball at the Teignmouth Club dressed as Patience John Bull 6 Jan 1883
? MICHELMORE, Miss 12 Jan 1886 attended the County Ball at the Concert Hall, Truro, in the company of Alfred MICHELMORE Royal Cornwall Gazette
15 Jan 1886
? MICHELMORE, Miss Sep 1886 attended fancy dress ball at Warfleet, Dartmouth, on the first night of the Dartmouth Regatta dressed as Night John Bull 18 Sep 1886
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Mar 1890 attended annual dinner of the Southampton Cycling Club Hampshire Advertiser
26 Mar 1890
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 11 Nov 1890 present at Southampton Cycling Club's smoking concert Hampshire Advertiser
15 Nov 1890
A MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Jan 1877 of Berry Pomeroy: guest at annual dinner of the Torbay and Brixham Railway held at the Queen's Hotel, Brixham Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Jan 1877
A MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Feb 1883 with wife and daughter, attended subscription dance at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Feb 1883
Alfred MICHELMORE 12 Jan 1886 attended the County Ball at the Concert Hall, Truro, in the company of Miss MICHELMORE Royal Cornwall Gazette
15 Jan 1886
H MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Jan 1875 with wife, attended the annual county ball held at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Jan 1875
H MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jan 1880 attended annual dinner of the Devon County Volunteer Association held at the Rougemont Hotel, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Feb 1880
H MICHELMORE, Mrs Sep 1886 attended fancy dress ball at Warfleet, Dartmouth, on the first night of the Dartmouth Regatta dressed as Marguerite de Valois John Bull 18 Sep 1886
H MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Jan 1889 Clerk of the Peace for Devon: present at annual dinner of the Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset branches of the Bristol and West of England Free Press Fund and the National Association of Journalists held at Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Jan 1889
I MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Jan 1875 with wife, attended annual county ball held at the Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Jan 1875
J MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1861 hon sec, 5th DMRV: steward at a volunteer service ball held at the New Ball Room, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Jan 1861
J MICHELMORE 30 Jun 1876 mayor of Totnes: with wife, partook of luncheon with officers of the 4th Devon Administrative Battalion on the final day of their encampment Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Jul 1876
Jeffery MICHELMORE 6 Dec 1877 one of 700 leading men of the county who attended a grand banquet for Sir Stafford NORTHCOTE Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Dec 1877
Maud MICHELMORE, Miss Sep 1886 attended fancy dress ball at Warfleet, Dartmouth, on the first night of the Dartmouth Regatta dressed as Milkmaid John Bull 18 Sep 1886
R MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Dec 1844 attended annual dinner of the South Devon Agricultural Association, Seymour Hotel, Bridgetown Morning Post 7 Dec 1844
S MICHELMORE, Mr 4 May 1891 participated in Southampton Cycling Club dinner Hampshire Advertiser
6 May 1891
T MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Sep 1851 attended banquet at the Gate House, Totnes, to thank Lord Seymour for establishing the Mechanics' Institute Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Sep 1851
T MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1861 steward at a volunteer service ball held at the New Ball Room, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Jan 1861
T MICHELMORE, Mr, jun 3 Sep 1851 attended banquet at the Gate House, Totnes, to thank Lord Seymour for establishing the Mechanics' Institute Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Sep 1851
T MITCHELMORE, Mr, jun 1844-1852 attended annual dinners of the South Devon Agricultural Association, Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1844-1852
T MITCHELMORE, Mr, sen 1844-1852 attended annual dinners of the South Devon Agricultural Association, Seymour Hotel, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1844-1852
T MICHELMORE 18 Oct 1881 attended annual dinner of the Loyal Englishman Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows at the Glebe Hotel, Northam Road Hampshire Advertiser
22 Oct 1881
T MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Feb 1891 participated in annual dinner of the Wanderers' Cycling Club, Southampton Hampshire Advertiser
21 Feb 1891
T MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Jul 1892 participated in dinner following annual cycling competition in Southampton Hampshire Advertiser
16 Jul 1892
T MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Feb 1894 attended annual dinner of the Southampton Wanderers Cycling Club Hampshire Advertiser
24 Feb 1894
T MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Feb 1894 attended annual dinner of the Southampton Cycling Club Hampshire Advertiser
3 Mar 1894
T L MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Oct 1893 attended end of season laying-up supper given by the owner of the yawl Lethe Hampshire Advertiser
14 Oct 1893
Weddings and funerals      
? MICHEMORE 8 Dec 1824 witnessed marriage of John GRUTE and Elizabeth COLE at Dartmouth St Clement Dartmouth St Clement marriage register
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Jun 1877 walked on the right side of the second coach at the funeral of Alderman James PRIDE at the new Cardiff cemetery Western Mail
7 June 1877
? MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Dec 1885 mourner at funeral of the Duke of Somerset at Gerard Cross, Bucks Morning Post 7 Dec 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Aug 1888 with wife and party, attended wedding of Major Charles CHANTER and Tryphena TRIST at Harberton Royal Cornwall Gazette
16 Aug 1888
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1891 employee, National Bank of Wales: attended friend’s funeral in Merthyr Cardiff Times 25 Apr 1891
? MICHELMORE, Mr, senr 23 Jan 1896 rode in third carriage at funeral of Mrs Caroline PAYNEof St Leonard's Road, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Jan 1896
Alfred MICHELMORE 26 Feb 1895 mayor of Totnes: attended funeral of Mr T T HARRIS Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Mar 1895
F MICHELMORE 26 Dec 1912 police sergeant: attended the funeral of his wife’s father, Inspector Thomas Vicary REES Carmarthen Weekly Reporter 3 Jan 1913
H MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jan 1887 clerk of the peace for Devon: mourner at funeral of the late Earl of Iddesleigh at Upton Pyne Morning Post  19 Jan 1887
H MUCHMORE, Mr 4 Sep 1890 mourner at funeral of Mr John AINGE at Liskeard Royal Cornwall Gazette
11 Sep 1890
H MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Apr 1894 steward at celebration to welcome Mr T B BOLITHO MP and his wife to Greenway after their honeymoon Royal Cornwall Gazette
12 Apr 1894
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 16 Nov 1895 attended the funeral of well-known freemason Alfred BODLEY Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Nov 1895
J MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Apr 1883 of Berry: attended funeral of Mr Wm KITSON of Hengrave, Torquay at St Marychurch Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Apr 1883
J MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Dec 1885 steward to the late Duke of Somerset: accompanied funeral cortege which accompanied his coffin to Newton railway station Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Dec 1885
John MITCHELMORE 13 Apr 1806 witnessed marriage of Lawrence WILLS and Jane WILLS, Stoke Fleming Stoke Fleming marriage register
John MITCHELMORE 20 Feb 1798 witnessed marriage of Henry WOOD of Milbourne St Andrew, Dorset, Clark, and Miss Ann LAND, by licence, Stoke Fleming Stoke Fleming marriage register
John MITCHELMORE 4 May 1831 witnessed marriage of Samuel ALLERY and Mary HUDDY at Dartmouth St Clement Dartmouth St Clement marriage register
L C MICHELMORE, Mr 19 Feb 1937 attended memorial service for Sir William SOULSBY, private secretary to 55 Lord Mayors of London, at the Corporation Church of St Lawrence Jewry Financial Times 20 Feb 1937
L C MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Mar 1937 attended memorial service for Mr W Hardy KING, senior partner in Pannell & Co., chartered accountants, at the Church of St Lawrence Jewry-next-Guildhall Financial Times 2 Mar 1937
L C MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Jun 1942 attended memorial service for Alderman Sir Richard EATON at St Margaret, Lothbury Financial Times 27 Jun 1942
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Dec 1899 rode in second carriage at funeral of Sidmouth solicitor J G G RADFORD Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Dec 1899
P MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Feb 1897 a chief mourner at funeral of Mrs ORCHARD held at the Higher Cemetery, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Feb 1897
Rose Hellard MICHELMORE 13 Jul 1897 b 29 Oct 1871, d 10 Jul 1897: funeral held at the Higher Cemetery, Exeter; chief mourners included her brothers P H and W MICHELMORE Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Jul 1897
W MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1891 of Exeter: attended funeral of the Earl of Portsmouth at Eggesford Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Oct 1891
W MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Jan 1896 rode in fourth carriage at funeral of Mrs Caroline PAYNE of St Leonard's Road, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Jan 1896
H G MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Jun 1891 sent wedding present on the occasion of the marriage of Frank W LOCKE and Miss Sophia F GLENDENNING at Starcross Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Jun 1891
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Jun 1899 best man at the wedding of William PACKHAM of Queen's Road, St Thomas, to Florence RIPPON at St James Church, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Jul 1899
Peter MUCHAMORE 14 Sep 1819 witnessed marriage of Amos PEAKE of Stoke Fleming to Elizabeth GORTLEY at Dartmouth St Clement Dartmouth St Clement marriage register
Other      
? MICHELMORE, Mr Dec 1844 arrived at the India Arms Hotel, Portsmouth Hampshire Advertiser
14 Dec 1844
H MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Nov 1874 of Wolborough: tenant of Earl Devon, subscribed to a testimonial presented to him Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Nov 1874
H MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1879 subscribed one guinea to a testimonial to Colonel BULLER, CB, VC Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Sep 1879
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 2 May 1898 attended opening of the Exeter Turkish Baths, Northernhay Road, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 May 1898
Jeffery MICHELMORE, Mr 1863 of Berry, Totnes: elected member of the Bath and West of England Society British Farmer's Magazine, 45, 1863, 168
M MITCHELMORE, Mrs 30 Jul 1908 of Goring-on-Thames: stayed at the Oakwood Park Hotel, Conway, Carnarvonshire [also 20 Aug] Welsh Coast Pioneer
30 Jul 1908
P S MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Nov 1874 of Wolborough: tenant of Earl Devon, subscribed to testimonial presented to him Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Nov 1874
Cultural activities
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 30 Apr 1868 wife of Charles MICHELMORE: sang contralto solos at performance of Judas Maccabeus by the Exeter Oratorio Society Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 29 Apr 1868
Charlotte MITCHELMORE 5 May 1917 member of the Dyffryn branch of the GFS: performed in the operetta Flowerland at the Council School Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
11 May 1917
D J MITCHELMORE 27 May 1917 sang in services of song at Saron Church [frequent similar reports as alto 1903-1904, then tenor 1905-1919] Aberdare Leader 2 Jun 1917
E L MITCHELMORE 17 Feb 1888 played Charlie Spraggs in a performance of Henry James Byron's play Blow for Blow given by the Cardiff Histrionic Club [similar reports until 1893] Western Mail 18 Feb 1888
E MITCHELMORE, Miss Apr 1924 with G STONE & J RICKARD, won ladies' trio context at Plymouth Music Festival Western Morning News
9 Apr 1924
G MOUCHEMORE, Sgt Aug 1917 reports that the Australian Siege Brigade Band did a circuit of Lords Cricket Ground, London, while a match was in progress Queenscliff Sentinel
8 Sep 1917
John MICHELMORE 23 Sep 1878 elected honorary secretary of the Newton Choral Society Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
27 Sep 1878
Kate MITCHELMORE 2 Feb 1913 won prize for singing at Dyffryn meeting [other reports 1914-1919] Llan 14 Feb 1913
Leonard MITCHELMORE 22 Sep 1913 a young baritone with a voice of splendid quality and power: appeared in show with Jan Stewer at Theatre Royal, Exeter Western Times 23 Sep 1913
Lily MICHELMORE 1926 sang in concert at Holne A History of Holne. Plymouth: St Nicholas Books, 1977, p. 45
Maggie MITCHELMORE 5 May 1917 member of the Dyffryn branch of the GFS: performed in the operetta Flowerland at the Council School similar reports 1915-1919] Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
19 Mar 1909
Raymond MITCHELMORE Mar-Dec 1932 appeared in numerous productions of the Dunstan Players at Queen's Theatre, Dundee Dundee Courier and other newspapers
Richard H MICHELMORE Oct 1950 played Sergent Willis in Sidmouth Art Club's production of Iolanthe at the Radway Theatre, Sidmouth Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
27 Oct 1950
Maud MICHELMORE, Miss 18 Jan 1888 a society amateur: sang a contralto love ditty to her own accompaniment on a lute at concert in aid of hospital nurses held at Cromwell House, London Chicago Tribune 19 Jan 1888
Sallie MICHELMORE 9 Mar 1909 won prize for singing solo (under 11 yr) at Horeb Debating Society eisteddfod [also 1913-1914] Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
11 May 1917
Samuel MITCHELMORE 6 Feb 1896 sang alto in chorus in performance of Acis & Galatea in Aberdare by the Ebenezer Choir (Trecynon) Merthyr Times & Dowlais Times & Aberdare Echo
6 Feb 1896
William MITCHELMORE 26 Dec 1909 sang solo at evening meeting in connection with Horeb Chapel, Llwydcoed [also 1910] Aberdare Leader 1 Jan 1910
Sport

M*CH*MOREs have excelled in athletics, cricket, cycling, fishing, football & rugby, horse racing, hunting, rowing, tennis and other sports.

Name Date(s) Information Source
Athletics      
? MICHELMORE 28 Mar 1885 at the Clifton College athletic sports, came 1st in the first round of heats and 2nd in the second round of the 150 yards hurdles, also 2nd in the first heats of the 300  yd race Bristol Mercury 27 Mar 1885
Alison MICHELMORE 2009 ran in the London Marathon (Marathon Masses, 18-39 age group) London Marathon 2009
Andrew MICHELMORE 2009 ran in the London Marathon (Marathon Masses, 18-39 age group) London Marathon 2009
B MICHELMORE, Mr 2 May 1890 appointed secretary of committee to organise an athletic sports meeting at Dartmouth in June Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 May 1890
S B MICHELMORE 15 Sep 1900 won 100 yd handicap and came 2nd in the 120 yd hurdles handicap in the Gresham Amateur Athletic Association meet at Lee [Norfolk] Lloyd's Weekly 16 Sep 1900
Walter MUCHMORE 26 Apr 1872 of Liskeard: won 2s 6d for coming second in long jump and 3s for coming first in throwing the cricket ball at Liskeard Cricket Club athletics meeting Royal Cornwall Gazette
27 Apr 1872
Wm MUCHMORE 26 Apr 1872 of Liskeard: won 2s for coming second in quarter-mile flat race for boys under 15 yr at Liskeard Cricket Club athletic meeting Royal Cornwall Gazette
27 Apr 1872
Cricket      
? MICHELMORE 11 Aug 1855 played cricket for Bruce Castle against Kensington at Lords Bell's Life in London
2 Sep 1855
? MICHELMORE 22 Sep 1855 played cricket for Bruce Castle against Rev C Bradley's Eleven at Southgate, Enfield Bell's Life in London
7 Oct 1855
? MICHELMORE 26 Sep 1855 played cricket for Bruce Castle against Rev C Bradley's Eleven at Bruce Castle, Tottenham Bell's Life in London
7 Oct 1855
? MICHELMORE 10 Jul 1858 played cricket for Exeter against Torquay at Torquay Bell's Life in London
8 Aug 1858
? MICHELMORE Sep 1858 of Exeter: to play for the Gentlemen of Devon and Cornwall against an All England Eleven Royal Cornwall Gazette
3 Sep 1858
? MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1859 as usual, batted well for Exeter in a cricket match against Culm Vale Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Jul 1859
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 May 1859 played cricket for Exeter in a match against Torquay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Jun 1859
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Jun 1859 batted smarly, though with his usual caution for Exeter in a cricket match against Torquay Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Jun 1859
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Oct 1859 highest scorer for the Singles in a cricket match against married members of the Exeter Cricket Club Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Oct 1859
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Oct 1860 former secretary, Exeter Cricket Club Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Oct 1860
? MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jul 1860 played cricket for Exeter in a match against Culm Vale Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Jul 1860
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Jun 1860 played cricket for Exeter in a match against Tiverton Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 July 1860
? MITCHELMORE 18 Sep 1856 played cricket for the Gentlemen of South Wiltshire against The Eighteen of New Sarum held at Salisbury Bell's Life in London
28 Sep 1856
? MITCHELMORE 1 Jul 1876 took two wickets for Cardiff United Schools Eleven against Cardiff Legal Students in cricket match at Cardiff Arms Park Western Mail
3 Jul 1876
Alfred MICHELMORE Aug 1874 played cricket for Bridgetown against Totnes Totnes Times
8 Aug 1874
Alfred MICHELMORE May 1876 played cricket for Mr Bowden's XI against Totnes Totnes Times
13 May 1876
Alfred MICHELMORE Jul-Aug 1876 played cricket for Totnes against Buckfastleigh and Teignmouth Totnes Times
Jul-Aug 1876
Alfred MICHELMORE 1878-1882 played cricket for Totnes Totnes Times
[various dates]
E L MITCHELMORE 21 Apr 1888 present at annual dinner of the Cardiff Cricket Club held at the Queen's Hotel, Cardiff Western Mail
23 Apr 1888
H MICHELMORE 18 July 1857 of Exeter: played cricket for Totnes in a match against Paignton Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Jul 1857
H MICHELMORE 18 July 1857 of Totnes: played cricket for Totnes in a match against Paignton Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Jul 1857
H MICHELMORE 10 Jul 1858 played cricket for Exeter in a match against Torquay, was their highest scoring batsman in both innings Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jul 1858
H MICHELMORE 4 Sep 1858 played cricket for Exeter in a match against Paignton Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Sep 1858
H MICHELMORE 29 Mar 1859 hon sec, Exeter Cricket Club Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Mar 1859
H MICHELMORE 10-11 Aug 1860 played cricket for the Gentlemen of Devon against the Gentlemen of Somerset at Culm Vale, Exeter Bell's Life in London
26 Aug 1860
H MICHELMORE 7 Jun 1862 opened the batting and kept wicket for South Devon against Highstead at Newton Abbot Bell's Life in London
15 Jun 1862
H MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Mar 1863 of Newton Abbot: elected to the committee of the newly-formed Devon Cricket Club Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Apr 1863
H MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1870 presided over dinner of the South Devon Cricket Club at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Oct 1870
H MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Aug 1876 played cricket for Totnes against Mr A H Walker's Eleven at Strete Bell's Life in London
9 Sep 1876
H MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Nov 1879 attended meeting of the Devon County Cricket Club, at which it was decided to acquire a county ground at Exeter Bell's Life in London
6 Dec 1879
S MICHELMORE 10 Jul 1909 played cricket for Ebenezer Cricket Club, Aberdare [further reports up to 1909] Aberdare Leader 10 Jul 1909
W MITCHELMORE 11 Aug 1877 played cricket for Taff Vale Cricket Club Cardiff Times 18 Aug 1877
Cycling      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Mar 1887 participated in opening of the Southampton Wanderers Cycling Club Hampshire Advertiser
12 Mar 1887
? MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Sep 1889 participated in President's Outing of the Southampton Rangers Cycling Club Hampshire Advertiser
14 Sep 1889
T MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Aug 1890 participated in Southampton Cycling Club's excursion to Southsea Hampshire Advertiser
16 Aug 1890
T L MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Nov 1891 participated in Southampton Cycling Club's farewell for well-known Plymouth cyclist Hampshire Advertiser
18 Nov 1891
Fishing      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Jan 1878 re-elected treasurer, Lower Teign Fishing Association Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Jan 1878
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Mar 1895 took largest pike (18 lb 2 oz) from the Thames at Streatley The Fishing Gazette
30 Mar 1895
G H MICHELMORE 27 Jan 1888 attended meeting of members of the Tiverton Fishing Association held at the Angel Hotel, Tiverton The Fishing Gazette
4 Feb 1888
H MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Feb 1870 of Newton Abbot: wrote to the new Upper Teign Fishing Association on behalf of the now defunct Teign Fishing Association urging action against mine run-off entering the river Sporting Gazette
19 Feb 1870
H G MICHELMORE 1946 claims to have caught 97 salmon on the River Dart during the 1945 season Fishing facts and fancies. Exeter: A Wheaton.
Football and rugby    
? MITCHELMORE 1886-1888 played in the forwards for Dartmouth [different reports give initial as B, J and P) Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
[various dates]
? MITCHELMORE Nov 1894 played rugby for Dartmouth against Albion A at Bladderly, Plymouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
22 Dec 1894
? MICHELMORE 15 Dec 1894 played rugby for Dartmouth against Teignmouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Dec 1894
? MITCHELMORE Dec 1894 played rugby for Dartmouth against Torquay Athletic at Dartmouth Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Nov 1894
? MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1896 played rugby for Dartmouth against Exeter Oaks Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Feb 1896
? MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Jan 1895 played rugby for Dartmouth against Exeter Oaks Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Jan 1895
A T MICHAMORE 20 Nov 1886 played rugby for Redland Park against Bristol Medicals Bristol Mercury and Daily Post 23 Nov 1886
D J MITCHELMORE, Mr 19 Jan 1910 refereed football match at the Park, Trecynon [several further reports] Aberdare Leader 22 Jan 1910
F G MITCHELMORE 1886-1896 played full and three-quarter back for Dartmouth (later, Captain) and Devon County Exeter & Plymouth Gazette [various dates]
H MICHELMORE 16 Apr 1892 played in the forwards for Exeter in a rugby game against Neath held at the County Ground, St Thomas Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Apr 1892
J MITCHELMORE Oct 1909 played soccer for Trecynon Windsors Merthyr Express 23 Oct 1909
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Oct 1892 played in the forwards for Exeter in a rugby game against Sidmouth held at the County Ground, St Thomas Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Oct 1892
S/Sam MITCHELMORE 5 Sep 1903 played football for Trecynon West End at the Public Park, Trecynon [further reports up to 1910] Aberdare Leader 12 Sep 1903
Horse racing and breeding    
? MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Aug 1835 his horse Hempston Vale Lass won the Hurdle Stakes at the Totness & Bridgetown Meeting York Herald 22 Aug 1835
? MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Sep 1835 his horse Hempston Vale Lass ran in the Tally-Ho Hurdle Stakes at the Newton Races Morning Post 23 Sep 1835
? MICHELMORE, Mr 5  Apr 1865 at Mamhead, his horse Volition gave birth to a brown filly Bell's Life in London
15 Apr 1865
? MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Mar 1866 at Stokely Farm, his horse Volition gave birth to a bay colt Bell's Life in London
24 Mar 1866
? MICHELMORE, Mr 10-11 Sep 1873 starter for the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Sep 1873
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Aug 1894 his horse Protector won the South Devon Hunt Steeplechase at the Totnes races Horse and Hound 8 Sep 1894
? MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Apr 1895 his horse Protector won the Red-coat Steeplechase at the Torquay races Horse and Hound 20 Apr 1895
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1897 his horse Violante came a poor third in the Marychurch Hurdle Plate at the Torquay Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Apr 1897
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 12 Aug 1835 his horse Hempston Vale Lass won the Hurdle Stakes at the Totnes & Bridgetown Races Bell's Life in London
23 Aug 1835
C F MICHELMORE, Mr 3-4 Sep 1863 member of organising committee for the Totnes & Bridgetown Races and Steeple Chases Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Sep 1863
C F MICHELMORE, Mr 11-12 Sep 1866 member of committee that organised the Totnes and Bridgetown Races and Steeplechases Bell's Life in London
15 Sep 1866
C MITCHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1864 member, along with Messrs J and T MITCHELMORE, of the organising committee of the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1864
C MITCHELMORE, Mr 3 Sep 1884 rode his horse Speculation in the 2½ mile race at the Dartmouth Steeplechases, but did not finish The County Gentleman
6 Sep 1884
Ernest MITCHELMORE 29 Apr 1893 of Goring on Thames: his bay gelding to be offered for sale at annual Hunt Sale at the Horse Exchange, Cardiff The County Gentleman
22 Apr 1893
H MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Feb 1864 attended Torquay Steeple Chases Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Mar 1864
H MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Mar 1876 offers a handsome bay mare for sale at auction to be held at Swindon Bell's Life in London
11 Mar 1876
H MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1881 clerk of the scales and handicapper at the Dartmouth Steeplechases on the Ridges Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1881
H MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Sep 1882 handicapper for the Dartmouth Steeple Chases to be held on the Ridges Bell's Life in London
26 Aug 1882
H MICHELMORE, Mr 1-2 Aug 1898 his horse Violante  won the Tally-ho Steeplechase on the first day of the Newton Abbot Races and the Churchills Steeplechase the next day Horse and Hound 6 Aug 1898
H MITCHELMORE, Mr 5 Aug 1895 his horse Protector won the Stover Steeplechase at the Newton Abbot races Horse and Hound 10 Aug 1895
J H MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1876 breeder of Pomeroy, winner of the three year old hunting class at the Bath & West of England Show held at Hereford Bell's Life in London
10 Jun 1876
J MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Feb 1864 attended Torquay Steeple Chases Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Mar 1864
J MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1864 starter and member, along with Messrs C and T MITCHELMORE, of the organising committee of the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Bell's Life in London
10 Sep 1864
Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1864
J MICHELMORE, Mr 11-12 Sep 1866 member of committee that organised the Totnes and Bridgetown Races and Steeplechases Bell's Life in London
15 Sep 1866
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Jun 1868 of Berry Pomeroy: exhibited at Bath and West of England Society exhibition at Falmouth, highly commended for his mare or gelding not exceeding 13 hands high Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Jun 1868
J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Oct 1868 won prize for best filly or gelding foaled in 1865 at Bath & West of England Agricultural Show at Falmouth Hampshire Advertiser
6 Jun 1868
 J MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Jun 1869 of Totnes: won prize for best mare or gelding pony not exceeding 13 hands at Bath & West of England Agricultural Show at Southampton Morning Post 1 Jun 1869
J MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1872 his horse Gay Lass won 2nd prize for a horse under 15 hands at the Bath and West of England Show held at Dorchester Bell's Life in London
8 Jun 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Sep 1872 starter for the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1872
J MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Feb 1873 of Berry House, Totnes: offers 12 horses for sale at an auction to be held at Puddavon Paddocks, Totnes Bell's Life in London
1 Feb 1873
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1864 starter and member, along with Messrs C and T MITCHELMORE, of the organising committee of the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1864
J J MITCHELMORE 14 Apr 1893 of Sherford: breeder of shire stallion Sherford imported into USA in 1885 and offered for sale in Kansas Alma Enterprise (KS)
14 Apr 1893
Jeffery MICHELMORE 24 May 1869 of Berry Pomeroy: his mare won a 1st prize for ponies at the Bath, West of England and Southern Counties show held at Southampton Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 2 Jun 1869
Jeffery MICHELMORE Aug 1871 of Berry Pomeroy: his light-weight hunter Countess highly commended at West of England Horse & Dog Show at Plymouth Bell's Life in London
12 Aug 1871
Sporting Gazette
12 Aug 1871
Jeffery MICHELMORE Jun 1872 won 2nd prize for a hack at the Bath & West of England Society exhibition held at Dorchester Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Jun 1872
Jeffery MICHELMORE Sep 1872 clerk of the course at the Totnes Race Meeting Bell's Life in London
14 Sep 1872
Jeffery MICHELMORE 2 Sep 1875 starter at Totnes race meeting The Standard 3 Sep 1875
Jeffery MICHELMORE 24 Jul 1883 judge of horses at Liskeard District Agricultural Association show Royal Cornwall Gazette
27 Jul 1883
Jeffery MICHELMORE 31 Sep 1885 of Bury (Totnes): judge at Cornwall County Horse Show Royal Cornwall Gazette
2 Oct 1885
T MITCHELMORE, Mr 7 Sep 1864 member, along with Messrs C and J MITCHELMORE, of the organising committee of the Totnes and Bridgetown Races Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1864
Walter MUCHMORE 1 Jun 1858 of Liskeard: won prize for best brood mare fit for agricultural purposes at East Cornwall Agricultural Show at Liskeard Royal Cornwall Gazette
4 Jun 1858
Hunting      
? MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1850 given permission by HRH Prince Albert, head forester of Dartmoor, for his pack of hounds to hunt the portion between the West and East Dart rivers Morning Chronicle
5 Oct 1850
? MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Nov 1851 his hounds, of Berry near Totnes, met at Wolborough Barton near Newton Abbot and had some first-rate sport, killing two hares and a fox Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Nov 1851
? MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Dec 1851 his hounds met at East Ogwell and had some rare sport, killing four hares Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Dec 1851
? MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Dec 1856 his harriers of Berry met at Torbryan and enjoyed some capital sport, killing three hares Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Apr 1896
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 May 1862 his harriers to meet at Dennerbridge Pound, Dartmoor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 May 1862
? MICHELMORE, Mr 30 Nov 1883 master, Dart Vale Harriers: chaired dinner after meet at Skeraton nr Buckfastleigh Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Dec 1883
? MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Jan 1889 his greyhound Princess beat Mr COLSON's His Majesty in trials held at a coursing meeting at Farringdon in which three hares were killed Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Jan 1889
? MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Apr 1893 of Budleigh Salterton: attended annual puppy show held at Bishop's Court, Sowton in connection with the East Devon Hunt Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Apr 1893
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 11 Feb 1888 rode with the Britannia Beagles at Ash Farm nr Plymouth The County Gentleman
18 Feb 1888
A MICHELMORE, Mrs 28 Nov 1898 attended meet of the Dart Vale Harriers at Follaton Lodge nr Totnes The County Gentleman
29 Oct 1898
C F MICHELMORE 1856 of Totnes: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Oct 1856
C F MICHELMORE 1858 of Totnes: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1858
H MICHELMORE 1820 of Ashprington: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Sep 1820
H MICHELMORE 1823 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Sep 1823
H MICHELMORE 1825 of Ashprington: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Sep 1825
H MICHELMORE 1827 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1827
H MICHELMORE 5 Jan 1891 attended meet of the Dart Vale Harriers at Blue Post, about 5 miles from Totnes The County Gentleman
10 Jan 1891
H MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Jan 1863 of Westerland: invited to banquet held by the Torquay Harriers at the Bath Saloon Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Jan 1863
H MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Nov 1867 vice-chairman at dinner to Mr WESTLAKE, Master of the South Devon Hunt, held at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Bell's Life in London
16 Nov 1867
H MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Jan 1869 attended a meet of the South Devon Hounds held at Bellamarsh, Chudleigh Sporting Gazette
16 Jan 1869
H MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1870 former hon sec, South Devon Hunt: awarded a vote of thanks in a meeting held at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot Sporting Gazette
30 Apr 1870
H MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Oct 1875 had worked enthusiastically to persuade landowners to provide sufficient foxes for the South Devon Hunt Bell's Life in London
9 Oct 1875
H MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Jan 1877 elected member of the committee of the South Devon Hunt Bell's Life in London
3 Feb 1877
H MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Feb 1877 of Newton Abbot: apologised for absence from meeting of persons interested in the South Devon Hunt Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
28 Feb 1877
H W MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1895 attended meet of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds at Cloutsham, Exmoor, where one stag was killed after an 80 minute chase Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Aug 1895
Henry MICHELMORE 1813 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1813
Henry MICHELMORE 1819 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Sep 1819
Henry MICHELMORE 1821 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1821
Henry MICHELMORE 1826 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Sep 1826
J MICHELMORE 1812 gent of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Sep 1812
J MICHELMORE 1856 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Oct 1856
J MICHELMORE 1858 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1858
J MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1871 his gamekeeper among others entertained to dinner at the Globe Hotel, Newton Abbot, by the South Devon Hunt held in gratitude for their having kindly spared the lives of the foxes … so as to ensure some first class sport Sporting Gazette
3 Jun 1871
J MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Feb 1873 of Berry House, Totnes: offers 19 dogs for sale at an auction to be held at Puddavon Paddocks, Totnes Bell's Life in London
1 Feb 1873
J MICHELMORE, Mr 17 May 1880 highly commended and commended for his harriers at the Devon County Agricultural Association exhibition at Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 May 1880
J MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1883 of Berry House, Totnes: master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
3 Nov 1883
Jeff MICHELMORE 1817 of Staverton: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1817
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1810 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1810
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1813 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1813
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1815 of Staverton: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1815
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1816 of Staverton: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Sep 1816
Jeffery MICHAELMORE 1818 of Ashburton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Sep 1818
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1827 of Harburton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1827
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1858 of Stokenham: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1858
Jeffery MICHELMORE 19 July 1870 won 2nd prize for a couple of male harriers at the West of England Horse & Dog Show held at Plymouth Bell's Life in London
23 Jul 1870
Jeffery MICHELMORE 23 Mar 1874 one of 300-400 horsemen attending fox hunt in southern Dartmoor near Ivybridge Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
25 Mar 1874
Jeffery MICHELMORE Nov 1879 master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The Sporting Gazette
1 Nov 1879
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1880 master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 24 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
23 Oct 1880
Jeffery MICHELMORE 31 Oct 1881 of Totnes: among field of 150 hunters at the opening meet of the South Devon Hunt held at Hambrook, Ipplepen Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Nov 1881
Jeffery MICHELMORE 18 Jan 1886 master, Dart Vale Harriers: led meet at Staverton in which his harriers ran one hare a five-mile point and another a four The County Gentleman
30 Jan 1886
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1886 of Berry House, Totnes: master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
30 Oct 1886
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1887 of Berry House, Totnes: master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
29 Oct 1887
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1889 of Berry House, Totnes: master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
27 Oct 1889
Jeffery MICHELMORE 23 Oct 1890 master, Dart Vale Harriers: led meet at Bellivor Tor, Dartmoor The County Gentleman
1 Nov 1890
Jeffery MICHELMORE Oct 1890 of Berry House, Totnes: master of the Dart Vale Harriers, Staverton, 12 couples, hunting on Mondays and Fridays The County Gentleman
25 Oct 1890
N MICHELMORE 1822 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Sep 1822
P MICHELMORE 1822 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Sep 1822
P MICHELMORE 1823 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Sep 1823
P MICHELMORE 1824 gent of Ashprington: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Sep 1824
P MICHELMORE 1825 of Ashprington: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Sep 1826
Philip MICHELMORE 1806 gent of Cockington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1806
Philip MITCHELMORE 1841 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Oct 1841
Philip MITCHELMORE 1842 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Oct 1842
Philip MITCHELMORE 1844 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
26 Sep 1844
Philip MITCHELMORE 1845 of Ashprington: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 Sep 1845
R MITCHELMORE 1808 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of 3 guineas fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Sep 1808
R MICHELMORE 1809 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of 3 guineas fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Nov 1909
R MICHELMORE 1820 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1820
R MICHELMORE 1824 gent of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Sep 1824
R MICHELMORE 1825 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
29 Sep 1825
R MICHELMORE 1826 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
21 Sep 1826
Robert MICHELMORE 1813 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
30 Sep 1813
Robert MICHELMORE 1816 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
12 Sep 1816
Robert MICHELMORE 1817 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1817
Robert MICHELMORE 1818 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Sep 1818
Robt MICHELMORE 1815 gent of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Sep 1815
Robt MICHELMORE 1819 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Sep 1819
Robert MICHELMORE 1821 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1821
Robert MICHELMORE 1822 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Sep 1822
Robert MICHELMORE 1827 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
13 Sep 1827
Robt MICHELMORE 1828 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Sep 1828
Robt MICHELMORE 1830 of Broadhempstone: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Oct 1830
S G MICHAMORE, Mr 12 Dec 1894 his greyhound puppy Lord Devon beaten in coursing race at Baunton, nr Cirencester Bristol Mercury and Daily Post 13 Dec 1894
T MICHELMORE 1820 gent of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
19 Oct 1820
T MICHELMORE 1825 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 29 Sep 1825
T MICHELMORE 1828 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 11 Sep 1828
T MICHELMORE 1844 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 26 Sep 1844
Thomas MICHAELMORE 1818 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 10 Sep 1818
Thos MICHELMORE 1819 of Staverton: granted game licence on payment of £3 13s 6d fee Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Sep 1820
Thomas MICHELMORE 1821 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 25 Oct 1821
Thos MICHELMORE 1822 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 19 Sep 1822
Thos MICHELMORE 1826 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 21 Sep 1826
Thomas MICHELMORE 1827 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 13 Sep 1827
Thomas MICHELMORE 1830 of Staverton: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 23 Sep 1830
Thomas MICHELMORE 1841 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 23 Sep 1841
Thomas MICHELMORE 1842 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 22 Sep 1842
Thomas MICHELMORE 1849 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 18 Sep 1845
Thomas MICHELMORE 1859 of Berry Pomeroy: granted game licence Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 14 Apr 1859
Thomas MICHELMORE 18 Jan 1886 attended meet of the Dart Vale Harriers at Staverton The County Gentleman
30 Jan 1886
Rowing      
C D MICHELMORE Sep 1923 rowed in coxless four in a National Provincial & Union Bank Rowing Club race from Chiswick Steps to the clubhouse Financial Times 17 Sep 1923
F MITCHELMORE 1888-1889 rowed for Dartmouth ARC Western Times
[various dates]
H MITCHERMORE 17 Nov 1877 rowed in second boat in Windsor Rowing Club four-oared race from Blackfriars to Lambeth Bell's Life in London
24 Nov 1877
J MICHELMORE 26 Apr 1973 member of coxed four to row from Putney to Barnes against another team, for a £10 prize [W MICHELMORE was the cox] Bell's Life in London
26 Apr 1873
J MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Jul 1869 steward for the Totnes Regatta Sporting Gazette
24 Jul 1869
Jeffery MICHELMORE 31 Jul 1871 steward for the Totnes & Bridgetown Regatta Bell's Life in London
5 Aug 1871
T MICHELMORE 12 Aug 1856 stroked a foursome at the Dartmouth Regatta, came third & last in their race Bell's Life in London
17 Aug 1856
T MICHELMORE 24 Mar 1873 member of coxless four to row from Putney to Barnes against another team, for a £10 prize Bell's Life in London
22 Mar 1873
W MICHELMORE 26 Apr 1873 cox of coxed four to row from Putney to Barnes against another team, for a £10 prize Bell's Life in London
26 Apr 1873
W MICHELMORE 18 Sep 1882 member of the Gaiety Rowing Club, composed of the employees of London theatres: stroked a coxed four that won a 4-boat race over the usual course from the Aqueduct, Putney, to Barnes Bridge Bell's Life in London
23 Sep 1882
W MICHELMORE 18 Nov 1883 member of Gaiety RC: won a race from Putney to Mortlake against T KIRK of Southwark Alliance RC by 6 lengths, winning a £20 prize Bell's Life in London
24 Nov 1883
W MICHELMORE 23 Apr 1883 member of the Gaiety Rowing Club: stroked a coxed four that came second in a 3-boat race from Barnes Bridge to Putney Bell's Life in London
28 Apr 1883
W MICHELMORE 1 Mar 1884 member of a tradesmen's rowing club: well beaten by H LONG in sculling race from the University Boatyard to the Grove Park Boathouse, Chiswick for L25 aside Western Daily Press
4 Mar 1884
W MICHELMORE 27 Sep 1884 member of the Gaiety Rowing Club: stroked a coxed four in a 5-boat race from Putney to Barnes Bridge, but his boat fowled a skiff and was put out of the race Bell's Life in London
1 Oct 1884
W MICHELMORE 13 Dec 1884 member of Gaiety RC: came last in first round heat of the Tradesmen's Open Sculling Handicap race  [Gaiety and other similar clubs may have merged into the Thames Tradesmen's Rowing Club in 1897.] Bell's Life in London
17 Dec 1884
W MICHELMORE 18 May 1885 member of the Gaiety Rowing Club: stroked a coxed four in a 4-boat race from Hammersmith Bridge to Strand-on-the-Green Bridge, came last Bell's Life in London
20 May 1885
W MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jun 1884 rowed in a foursome on the Thames at London Lloyd's Weekly 15 June 1884
William MICHELMORE 1 Mar 1884 member of Gaiety RC: lost miserably in a race from Putney to Mortlake against Henry LONG of Surrey United RC, despite being the warm favourite Morning Post 3 Mar 1884
Tennis      
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1890 lost Mixed Doubles handicap (local) final in the Torquay Tennis Tournament The County Gentleman
30 Aug 1890
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1892 won the Gentlemen's Singles Handicap, Second Class, at the Teignmouth Tennis Tournament The County Gentleman
20 Aug 1892
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1893 lost the Gentlemen's Doubles final in the Exmouth Tennis Tournament The County Gentleman
19 Aug 1893
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Sep 1893 won gentleman's doubles (handicap) final at Torquay Lawn Tennis Tournament Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
2 Sep 1893
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1895 lost the Gentlemen's Doubles Handicap final in the Teignmouth Tennis Tournament The County Gentleman
31 Aug 1895
? MITCHELMORE 3 Jul 1890 played doubles tennis for Merthyr in match against llwynypia Western Mail
5 Jul 1890
? MITCHELMORE 1908 L O S POIDEVIN, the New South Wales player, ... won the championship of Teignmouth, beating MICHELMORE in the final, 6-8, 7-5, 6-4, and took the doubles from MICHELMORE and TABOT, 6-3, 7-5. Evening Post (Wellington NZ) 10 Oct 1908
? MICHELMORE Jun 1932 with KLEINSCHROTH, defeated in straight sets in [first round of?] men's doubles at Wimbledon Het Vaderland (The Netherlands) 23 Jun 1932
E MICHELMORE, Miss 12 Sep 1885 played with Mr H MICHELMORE in mixed doubles at Truro lawn tennis tournament Royal Cornwall Gazette
18 Sep 1885
H MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Sep 1885 played with Miss E MICHELMORE in mixed doubles at Truro lawn tennis tournament Royal Cornwall Gazette
18 Sep 1885
H W MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Aug 1886 played in Launceston tennis tournament, winning the mixed doubles with Miss E WHITE Royal Cornwall Gazette
3 Sep 1886
H G MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Aug 1890 played in doubles matches at annual Torquay Lawn Tennis tournament, reaching the final in the men's doubles Morning Post 25 Aug 1890
H S MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Aug 1895 won his Gentlemen's Open Singles matches in the first two rounds of the Devonshire Tennis Championships at Teignmouth Leeds Mercury 15 Aug 1895
H G MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Aug 1895 lost his Open Single Handicap match in the third round of the Teignmouth Lawn Tennis Tournament; won his Gentlemen's Open Double Handicap match in the third round but lost in the final Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Aug 1895
H MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Aug 1895 won men's doubles and club championship singles in Torquay lawn tennis tournament Morning Post 26 Aug 1895
H MICHELMORE, Mr 31 Aug 1895 won men's singles open handicap (First Class division) in Dawlish lawn tennis tournament Morning Post 2 Sep 1895
H G MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Aug 1896 played in both doubles and singles classes at Devonshire championships, without success Morning Post 8 Aug 1896
H G MICHELMORE 11 Aug 1899 unsuccessful in Exmouth lawn tennis tournament Morning Post 12 Aug 1899
H G MICHELMORE 9 Jun 1900 Devon County tennis champion: with G A WHITEFORD, played doubles for Devon against Gloucestershire in the County Championships at Clifton, Bristol; won one match and lost two Bristol Mercury and Daily Post
11 Jun 1900
H G MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Sep 1900 lost final of the Gentlemen's Open Singles match 3 sets to 2 at the Stoke Tennis Tournament The County Gentleman
1 Sep 1900
H G MICHELMORE 1908 beaten in the championship singles at the Teignmouth tournament by the New South Wales player L O S POIDEVIN, having held the cup for five years consecutively Evening Post (Wellington NZ) 26 Sep 1908
H G MICHELMORE 1946 claims to have caught 97 salmon on the River Dart during the 1945 season Fishing facts and fancies. Exeter: A Wheaton.
J MICHELMORE 24 Jun 1947 beaten in straight sets by K. AHMED (India) in second round of men's singles at Wimbledon Sydney Morning Herald
25 Jun 1947
J MICHELMORE 4 May 1950 beaten in straight sets by Adrian QUIST (Australia) in quarter finals of British hardcourt championships at Bournemouth The Mercury (Hobart)
5 May 1950
Jeffrey MICHELMORE Apr 1952 beaten by world No 1 tennis player, Australian Frank SEDGMAN in Sutton tournament The West Australian (Perth) 25 Apr 1952
Jeffrey MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1953 Devon Country captain: beat Queensland's No. 3 tennis player at Torquay tournament The Mercury (Hobart)
5 Jun 1953
J MICHELMORE 24 Jun 1953 defeated in second round of singles at Wimbledon by I PALADA (Jugoslavia), but with Miss I M SCOTT reached fifth round of mixed doubles Sydney Morning Herald
26 & 29 Jun 1953
W H MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Aug 1893 played in open men's doubles in Exmouth lawn tennis tournament, lost in final Morning Post 14 Aug 1893
W MICHELMORE 29 Aug 1936 won singles competition at Budleigh Salterton against H A COLDHAM of Victoria The Argus (Melbourne)
31 Aug 1936
Other      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 17 May 1870 of Brent: lost wrestling contest at the Victoria Hall, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
18 May 1870
C A MITCHELMORE 1990 captain of Tavistock Golf Club Devon Golf Captains
Fred MITCHELMORE 18 Sep 1931 defeated Gustave SANTARD in Round 5 of an 8-round boxing contest at Wyndham Hall, Plymouth Cornishman 24 Sep 1931
H MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Dec 1881 present at ceremony to present the China Vase (won in a shooting competition at Wimbledon) to the Duke of Somerset, Lord Lieutenant Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
7 Dec 1881
Richard MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1862 private: won the double-time prize at a marching competition held by the 17th DRV (Totnes) Rifles Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Jun 1862
W MITCHELMORE Nov 1912 of Dartmouth: defeated F DAVEY of Paignton in a boxing contest in Dartmouth Subscription Rooms in an entertainment in aid of the 2nd Devon Btn, 4th Wessex Brigade RFA Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
23 Nov 1912
Real estate

Information below from the London Poverty Maps in the Charles Booth Online Archive relates to streets and not to individuals. The M*CH*MOREs living in these streets have been identified from other information.  For further information on land ownership in Devon, see the 1840s Tithe Maps & Apportionments.

Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr 1806 of Kingston House, near Ashburton: able to show prospective buyers over Staverton Manor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Jul 1806
? MICHELMORE, Mr Dec 1810 tenant of two fields called Keever's in Broadhempstone Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
8 Nov 1910
? MICHELMORE 28 Dec 1813 occupant of building (adjoining Mr Soper's Mill), being dwelling houses under with a large loft over the whole and the house and garden adjoining, to be auctioned as one lot of many surrounding Buckfast Abbey Royal Cornwall Gazette
25 Dec 1814
? MUCHMORE Aug 1848 Muchmore's Farm of Stebbing, Essex, for sale The Morning Chronicle
14 Aug 1848
? MICHELMORE, Mr 15 Dec 1852 previous occupant of Holwell's Farm, Berry Pomeroy, to be let Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
23 Dec 1852
? MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Mar 1859 farmer of Staverton: property adjacent to the farm of Robert MAYE Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
4 Aug 1859
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 13 Jun 1868 of 2 Charles Road, Cardiff: advertises Bell Mont Villa, nr Somerset House, Partridge Road, for rent [still advertised in Dec 1869] Cardiff Times 13 Jun 1868
? MICHELMORE, Mr Feb 1875 former tenant of a Lime Kiln with landing place for culm and stone, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
24 Feb 1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Jan 1876 solicitor of Newton: owner of Bickington Mills, a large woollen factory which had been out of use for a long time Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Jan 1876
Albert MICHELMORE 190x sought relief from tuberculosis in Ventnor, Isle of Wight; moved to Cowes when the money ran out. Lived in a three up, three down terrace house three rows back from the banks of the River Medina; Cliff born 11 Dec 1919 Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, p. 27ff
Ann MICHELMORE 1840 leased several fields in Stoke Fleming, total area 30 acres 3 roods 35 perches [about 12.5 ha], from John TEAGUE, Wm HODDER & John PUDDICOMBE, executors in trust under the will of the late John PENNY Townstall apportionments
Ann MICHELMORE 1841 leased a house on 3 perches [75 m²] of land on North Street, Ashburton, occupied by James NORRISS and owned by Lord CLINTON Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Ann MICHELMORE 1873 of North Huish: owner of 3 acres (1.4 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £42 10s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
[Ann Fieldhouse MICHELMORE] 1898-1899 Grafton Road was a mixed comfortable/poor area Charles Booth Online Archive: Poverty maps of London
C R MITCHELMORE 1986 proposal for works at Hemerdon Heights, Plympton, in accordance with planning permission already granted London Gazette
19 Feb 1986
[Charlotte Elizabeth MICHELMORE] 1898-1899  Bramshill Gardens was a middle class, well to do area Charles Booth Online Archive: Poverty maps of London
E L MITCHELMORE 8 Dec 1884 his plans for alterations on corporation land extending from St Mary Street to Mill Lane approved by Cardiff Town Council Property & Markets Committee Cardiff Times 13 Dec 1884
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 1839 owner of a house & yard on 1 rood 1 perch land [0.1 Ha] land in Buckfastleigh, occupied by Richard ARSCOTT Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
[Frederick William MUCHMORE] 1898-1899 Carlton Street was a middle class, well to do area Charles Booth Online Archive: Poverty maps of London
G W MITCHELMORE 11 Jul 1927 owner of 72 Albert Road, Plymouth: application approved for a garage to the rear Plymouth City Council Archives
Honor Stockman MITCHELMORE 1935-1937 widow of Brixham: leased 23 Fullerton Road, Devonport Plymouth City Council Archives
Hy MICHELMORE 1873 of Newton Abbot: owner of 156 acres (63.5 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £238 10s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Hy MITCHELMORE 1873 of Dartmouth: owner of 1 acre (0.8 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £50 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Hy William MICHELMORE 1897 of 19 St Leonard's Road, Exeter Exeter Memories
Jane MICHELMORE 1840 leased a cottage and three gardens in Townstall, total area 1 rood 8 perches [about 1200 m²], from Sir J H SEALE Townstall apportionments
Jean MICHELMORE née METCALF 1958 purchased The White House, Reigate, with proceeds of £3000 left to her by one of her Two-Way Family Favourites audience Two-Way Family Favourites
Jeffrey MICHELMORE 1841 owner & occupier of 33 perches [840 m2]  land, being a house & garden at West Street, Ashburton Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1873 of Berry Pomeroy: owner of 70 acres (28.3 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £202 6s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Jeffery J MICHELMORE 1873 of Sherford: owner of 4 acres (1.6 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £16 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
John MICHELMORE 1751 two moieties of lands called Hembury Coppice and Hembury Pasture, Buckfastleigh, late the estate of John MICHELMORE, deceased, to be peremptorily sold pursuant to an order of the High Court of Chancery London Gazette
23 Mar, 11 Jun & 9 Nov 1751
John MICHELMORE 15 Apr 1819 occupant of Penpill Farm, Stoke Climsland: property described and new 14-year lease from Lady Day 1820 offered Royal Cornwall Gazette
1 May 1819
John MITCHELMORE 1839 occupier of 28 acres 3 roods 31 perches [11.7 ha] land owned by John PHILIPS at Churchill, Buckfastleigh Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
John MITCHELMORE 1839 occupier of 24 acres 1 rood 7 perches land [9.8 ha] owned by John PHILIPS at Beards, Buckfastleigh Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
John MITCHELMORE 1861 occupier of 16 perches [400 m2] land in Brixham owned by William GORTLEY, for which 6d rent is payable to the Vicar London Gazette
15 Oct 1861
John MITCHELMORE 1861 occupier with others of 33 perches [800 m2] land in Brixham owned by Lady Sandwich and others, for which 1s 9d rent is payable to the Vicar London Gazette
15 Oct 1861
John MICHELMORE 1863 occupier of a store or warehouse about 125 yards south of Totnes Quay belonging to the Trustees of the Totnes Charities, where a proposed extension to the Buckfastleigh, Totnes and South Devon Railway is to run London Gazette
15 & 24 Nov 1864
John MITCHELMORE 1865-1869 sold Custom House Inn to Dartmouth Corporation for £350 to allow for the widening of Newcomin Road. Two other properties on Lower Street belonging to him, one near the inn and one right behind the Customs House, were sold to the Corporation at the same time for £240 and £160 respectively Ivor H Smart, The Newcomen Road, Dartmouth History Research Group Paper 15, 1995
John MICHELMORE Apr 1871 occupant of two well-accustoned Lime Kilns at Town Marsh, Totnes, near the quay, now for sale Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
5 Apr 1871
John MICHELMORE 1873 of Newton Abbot: owner of 6 acres (2.6 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £127 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Josiah MITCHELMORE 19 Aug 1828 gent ^ 127 Upper Seymour Street, Euston Square: insured 112 Park Street, Camden Town with Sun Fire Office Records of Sun Fire Office
Philip MICHELMORE 1808 purchased Sparkwell barton, Staverton, from the PRESTON family Magna Britannia Vol 6: Devonshire, p. 455
Philip MICHELMORE 1822 Painsford in this parish belonged anciently to the Piperells, whose heiress brought it to Halwill. The Somasters purchased it of the latter in the reign of Henry VII. and continued to possess it in Risdon's time. It afterwards passed by successive female heirs to Kelland and Courtenay. A few years ago it was sold by the Countess of Cork and Mr. Poyntz, as representatives of the Courtenays of Painsford, to Mr. Philip Michelmore, the present proprietor. Parishes: Abbotsham - Aylesbeare, in Magna Britannia, Vol. 6: Devonshire, 1822, pp. 5-27.
Philip MICHELMORE 1839 owner & occupier of a tenement at Hexworthy, Lydford, on 33 acres 19 perches [13.4 ha] land Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Philip MICHELMORE 14 Oct 1859 under instructions from the trustees of his estate, Dinnicombe, a farm with about 128 acres of land, offered for sale by auction at the Seymour Hotel, Totnes, on 19 Nov next Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Nov 1859
Philip MITCHELMORE 1871 owner & occupier of 1 acre 5 perches [0.42 ha] land in Paignton, for which 2s 8d rent is payable to the Appropriator London Gazette
27 Jan 1871
Philip MICHELMORE 1873 of Broadhempstone: owner of 287 acres (116.2 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £606 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Philip MICHELMORE 1873 of Torquay: owner of 157 acres (63.6 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £255 11s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Philip MICHELMORE 1873 of Exeter: owner of 243 acres (98.5 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £564 14s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Philip MICHELMORE 1873 of Kingskerswell: owner of 14 acres (5.7 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £22 1s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Philip MICHELMORE 1873 of Littlehempston: owner of 1 acre (0.7 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £9 1s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
P S MICHELMORE 1873 of Southpool: owner of 74 acres (30.0 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £158 9s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
P W MICHELMORE 1880 proprietor of the Dart Vale Bouquet Totnes Times
13 Nov 1880 etc
R S MITCHELMORE 1947-1971 owner of 16 Egerton Road, St Jude, Plymouth: plans for rebuilding submitted Plymouth City Council Archives
Robert MICHELMORE 1801 tenant of Great Barn, Tongue Close and Holman's Close at a yearly rent of £2 15s and lessee of a cottage, all belonging to Moreleigh Manor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Apr 1801
Robert MICHELMORE 1803 tenant of Tongue Close, land belonging to Moreleigh Manor Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 Apr 1802
Robert MICHELMORE 14 Oct 1859 of Farm House, Dinnicombe: able to show prospective buyers around the property Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
10 Nov 1859
T MICHELMORE, Mrs 1873 of Newton Abbot: owner of 48 acres (19.8 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £173 12s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Thomas MITCHELMORE 21 Jul 1814 of Ware, Buckfastleigh Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
11 Aug 1814
Thomas MICHELMORE 1837-1841 paid £4:17s:8d rent annually to the Duchy of Cornwall for Huntingdon Warren [each year's entry refers to the previous year, so statements dated 1839-1842 cover the four years 1837/38 to 1840/41] House of Commons Parliamentary Papers Account of gross and net Revenue of Duchy of Cornwall and Duchy of Lancaster for the year ending Michaelmas in the previous year, each year from 1839 to 1842
Thomas MITCHELMORE 1838 owner of a cottage & garden on 2 perches [50 m2] land at Ilsington, occupied by George HALL Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Thomas MICHELMORE 1839 owner of 30 acres 2 roods 15 perches [12.4 ha] land in Buckfastleigh occupied by Robert MAY and William WINDEAT Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Thomas MICHELMORE 1839 owner of 41 acres 1 rood 35 perches [ 16.8 ha] land at Burchets, Buckfastleigh, occupied by William UNDERHILL Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Thomas MICHELMORE 1839 owner & occupier of 9 acres 3 roods 11 perches (4.0 ha) land at Huntingdon Warren, Lydford Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
Thomas MICHELMORE 1863 owner of field number 1479 on the tithe map of Buckfastleigh, where a proposed extension of the Buckfastleigh, Totnes and South Devon Railway is to end London Gazette
15 & 24 Nov 1864
Thomas MICHELMORE 1864 owner of closes numbered 1479 and 1480 on the tithe maps of Buckfastleigh, where the extension of the Buckfastleigh, Totnes and South Devon Railway is proposed to run London Gazette
15 Nov 1864
Thomas MICHELMORE 1873 of Ilsington: owner of 7 acres (2.8 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £28 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Thomas MITCHELMORE Nov 1881 occupier of quay & sawpit owned by Dartmouth Borough & leased by the executors of William FOLLETT Dartmouth Harbour Improvement Plan No 7
Thomas MITCHELMORE Nov 1881 occupier of slip & passage owned by Dartmouth Borough & leased by the executors of William FOLLETT Dartmouth Harbour Improvement Plan No 8
[Thomas Ernest MUCHMORE] 1898-1899 Carlton Street was a middle class, well to do area Charles Booth Online Archive: Poverty maps of London
W MITCHELMORE 25 Sep 1865 leased the Ivy Bush Inn, St Mary Street, Cardiff, on condition he pull it down within 2 years Cardiff Council Minutes 1862-1868
W H MITCHELMORE 1873 of Dartmouth: owner of 16 acres (6.8 Ha) land, estimated annual rental value £59 0s Return of Owners of Land, 1873
Wm MITCHELMORE 1781 occupies The Tanyard, Plympton St Maurice; property of John CULME Esqr.; tax assessed 14s 0d Ann V Chiswell (1988): Land tax assessments 1780: South West Devon. MS in D&CRS Library.
William MITCHELMORE 7 Nov 1803 occupier of farms known as Garland's and Sim's in Bickerton as tenant to Michael ALLEN Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
17 Nov 1803
William MICHELMORE 1841 owner & occupier of a house on 2 perches [50 m2] land at East Street, Ashburton (leasehold from Lord CLINTON) Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
William MICHELMORE 1841 occupier of 6 perches [150 m2] land owned by Solomon TOZER at Royal Oak, East Street, Ashburton Mike Brown, Dartmoor Tithe Apportionments, Dartmoor Press 1994-96
William MICHELMORE Jun 1850 builder of Totnes: able to show prospective buyers over the Queen's Arms public house, Totnes Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Jun 1850
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1971-1982 of 10 St Leonard's Road, Exeter Winsome Michelmore, Thursday's Child. Exeter 1985, p. 93
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1982 of Argyll Nursing Home Winsome Michelmore, Thursday's Child. Exeter 1985, p. 100
Family relationships
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MUCKAMORE 1725 female: licence issued by Vicar General for marriage to BOYLES Find My Past
? MUCKAMORE 1748 marriage licence issued by Vicar General Find My Past
? MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Dec 1857 in letter to the Editor, W W states that Jonathan ROOSE was not his nephew but the son of the wife of Mrs MICHELMORE's deceased brother by her second marriage; hopes that this letter will be an act of justice to a man much respected in this vicinity The Times 24 Dec 1857
? MITCHELMORE 29 May 1870 female child born at sea aboard Loch Ness, arrived London 7 Jun 1870; mother Mrs MITCHELMORE Find My Past
Anna HUCHMORE 4 Dec 1611 marriage licence issued to Nicholas ROLL of Blackawton, gent, and Anna MUCHMORE of Berry Pomeroy, widow Exeter Marriage Licences
Betty MICHELMORE 1782-1836 Nicholas DURE, christened in 1782 at Ford Independent Chapel, married Betty MICHELMORE (born 1786) in 1807. They had four children that I know of. There was John, Nicholas, Anna and Elizabeth (Betsy). John and Nicholas migrated to Canada in 1831 and 1836 Ancestry.com DUREE forum
Caroline MICHELMORE 1844 3b. Stephen Francis SHAIRP of St Maur, St Leonards, b 29 Jan 1806; d at Southsea 24 Nov 1886; m 26 Aug 1844, Caroline, da. of Charles MICHELMORE of Highfield House, Totnes, d. 29 Feb 1884; and had issue (with 2 other sons and 2 das who d.s.p.) 1c to 8c The Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval, Melville Henry Massue,The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal Being A Complete Table of All the Descendents Now Living of Edward III, King of England, London, England: T.C. and E. C. Jack, 1905-1911
Cliff MICHELMORE 11 Dec 1919 born Cowes ; married Jean METCALFE 4 Mar 1950 Reigate Congregational Church; received CBE March 1969 Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, various
Elizabeth MUCHMORE 1824 b Portsea, father in Royal Engineers GRO Regimental Births Index
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 7 Feb 1890 wife of police constable MITCHELMORE of Police Office, Church Street, Llandilo Western Mail
8 Feb 1890
Henry MICHELMORE   married the daughter of Mr G TOMBS, JP, former manager of the Exeter branch of the West of England Bank and subsequently a director Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
1 Jan 1879
John MUCHMORE 1826 b Portsmouth, father in Royal Engineers: GRO Regimental Births Index
Jean MICHELMORE née METCALFE 1923 born at 34 Howard Road, Reigate, Surrey Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, p. 16
Lena MITCHELMORE 22 Sep 1952 m John MANUAL in Baptist Church, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, Wales; b 2 Feb 1929 Llandidloes, daughter of David MITCHELMORE and Margaret Alice née ROWLANDS Morgan Report
Margaret Michelmore CHURCHWOOD 187x Simeon Richards TONKIN married Margaret Mitchelmore CHURCHWOOD (widow of Mr Whiteway). They married in Buckfastleigh Devon ... [and] went to live in Okiep South Africa  ... [He] was a copper miner or mining engineer at Okiep in the 1870's. His wife Margaret Michelmore TONKIN died at Okiep 7th January 1876. Ancestry.com TONKIN forum
Mary A MUCHMORE 1830 b Canada, father in Royal Engineers GRO Regimental Births Index
Mary Ann MUCHMORE 1831 b Canada, father in Royal Engineers GRO Army Chaplains Births Index
Samuel MITCHELMORE 16xx William ILBERT of Horswell House and Bowringsleigh [West Alvington] married Alice HANAFORD in 1605 and had a daughter Margaret who married Samuel MITCHELMORE Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, 1838, p 135 [also  1847, p 632 & 1952, p 135]
Thomas MUCKLEMORE 1699 licence issued by Vicar General for marriage to Susan PICKERSDELL Find My Past
Th's MUCKAMORE 1807 marriage licence issued by Vicar General Find My Past
William MUCKAMORE 2 Nov 1808 timber merchant of St George, Southwark: with William COOPER of Mary-le-Bow, Esquire, signed marriage bond on the marriage of Susannah MUCKAMORE and Thomas CARTER, a minor, guardian his mother Elizabeth LAWRENCE (wife of Benjamin LAWRENCE), father Richard CARTER Ancestry
William MUCHMORE 1819 born to father in Royal Engineers GRO Regimental Births Index
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1971 wife Winsome MONTGOMERY b 14Feb1895 Bishopscourt, Hobart TAS; daughter of Bishop of Tasmania and sister of Bernard, Lord MONTGOMERY of Alamein, who attended her wedding; married at St Leonard's Church, Exeter Winsome Michelmore, Thursday's Child. Exeter 1985
William Godwin MICHELMORE 1982 bur Topsham after funeral service at Exeter Cathedral Winsome Michelmore, Thursday's Child. Exeter 1985, p. 100-101
Accidents and other traumas
Name Date(s) Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Nov 1850 spirit merchant of Lower Union, Torquay: woman collapsed and died in his shop Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
14 Nov 1850
? MICHELMORE, Mr 5 May 1850 of Berra: his hind HODGE committed suicide in a linhay on his farm Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
9 May 1850
? MICHELMORE, Mr 26 Apr 1854 of Stokeinteignhead: his son thrown by his horse near the turnpike-gate as he was returning from Newton Market -- not much injured Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Apr 1854
? MICHELMORE, Mr 8 Jun 1854 his house and farm buildings at Rocombe, Newton Abbot, destroyed by fire that broke out at 1 am; £100 reward offered for the apprehension and conviction of the guilty party Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
15 Jun 1854
? MICHELMORE, Mr 2 Dec 1855 of New Walk, Totnes: unsuccessful attempt made to burgle his house while the inmates were at church in the evening Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Dec 1855
? MITCHAMORE, Mr 27 Jul 1867 fireman: much bruised when thrown from fire engine after the horse shied near Underhill's Railway Hotel, St David, Exeter Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
31 Jul 1867
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 25 Oct 1867 wife of Mr MITCHELMORE, builder of Charles Street: narrowly escaped injury when a 15 ft deep old well, which had been covered up by boards, opened beneath her feet Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian
1 Nov 1867
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 17 Feb 1884 a fire in his steam laundry (situated midway between South Town and Beamore, Dartmouth) destroyed machinery and laundry from HMS Britannia, loss estimated at £1000 Western Times 18 Feb 1884
? MICHELMORE 29 Jan 1890 child, son of a chemist: burned to death in a fire at Totnes Birmingham Daily Post
30 Jan 1890
Andrew MITCHELMORE 25 Jan 1870 living at 2 Wharton Place with uncle: attempted to commit suicide by slashing his throat with a knife, saved by uncle Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian & Brecon Gazette 29 Jan 1870
Edward MITCHELMORE 12 Feb 1933 GWR signalman of Uffculme: prevented a major disaster at Tiverton Junction by diverting onto a siding a train that would have collided with a high-speed London express Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
17 Feb 1933
Edwin MICHELMORE Mar 1933 second officer, SS Anhui: received Emile Robin life saving award from the Shipwrecked Mariners Society for assistance to the SS Antung, wrecked in heavy weather in the Hainan Strait The Courier-Mail (Brisbane) 31 Mar 1936
Ellen MITCHAMORE 21 Jan 1856 of Kingsbridge Union House: at inquest held on her newly-born child, whose body was found under one of the beds in the house, surgeon stated that she was not in a fit state to attend, had not been outside the house for more than two years Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
6 Aug 1884
Ernest MITCHELMORE 3 Jun 1901 jumped into water and saved boy named BALKAM who had fallen overboard at Dartmouth Embankment Western Times 5 Jun 1901
F MITCHELMORE 18 Jul 1936 postman: died suddenly while on duty at Totnes document in Totnes Museum
G H MITCHELMORE, Mr 21 Sep 1885 landlord of the United Services Hotel, Jersey: involved in serious accident when, on rounding a corner, his dog cart hit a stone and was upset The Star (Guernsey)
22 Sep 1885
G H MITCHELMORE 1919 The year closed with the death of G H Mitchelmore, seventy-two, owner of the Dartmouth and Kingswear Steam Laundry. He was formerly an engineer for the South Devon Railway and later Great Western Railway, responsible for carrying out the building of wood Don Collinson, The Chronicles of Dartmouth: An historical yearly log 1854-1954. Dartmouth: Richard Webb, 1990, p. 161
Gilbert MUCHMORE 3 Feb 1897 admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with basal meningitis; aged 3 mo of 17 Modbury St, Kentish Town (St Pancras); died 20 Feb 1897 Small and Special
Gilbert MUCHMORE 20 Feb 1897 died at Childrens Hospital, Great Ormond Street, aged 4 mo; father Frederick William MUCHMORE, railway engine driver Return of Vaccination Officer, Holborn Union
Harriett MICHELMORE 7 Aug 1908 domestic assistant aged 21, father Philip MICHELMORE of 471 High Road, Wood Green: admitted to Bethlem Hospital, London; bodily wasted, often refuses to eat, hears noises caused by a witch, sees red and blue lights, has a strange taste in the mouth, and sometimes feels on fire; attempted to get out of 2nd storey window; discharged uncured 21 Apr 1909 Bethlem Hospital patient admission registers and casebooks 1683-1932
Herbert MICHELMORE Oct 1896 of Bridgetown: collecting subscriptions for widow and seven children of Dart Vale Harriers Hunt huntsman recently killed in a hunting accident The County Gentleman
3 Oct 1896
Isabel MUCHMORE 27 Mar 1908 admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with bronchopneumonia; aged 6 yr 9 mo of 114 Surrey Lodge, Kennington (Lambeth); cured, discharged after 19 days to Cromwell House (convalescent home, Highgate) Small and Special
Ivy MICHELMORE   died of tuberculosis Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, p. 28
J MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1865 coal merchant of Totnes: employee Alexander WATTS seriously injured while assisting in the discharge of the Vesper Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
27 Sep 1865
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 21 Sep 1885 landlord of the United Services Hotel, Jersey: involved in serious accident when, on rounding a corner, his dog cart hit a stone and was upset The Star (Guernsey)
22 Sep 1885
Jack MICHELMORE 1983 Cliff MICHELMORE's brother (Ronald John): died in 1983 Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, p. 192
Jeffery MICHELMORE 14 Aug 1879 of Berry Pomeroy: his wife broke her leg on being thrown from their trap in collison on the way from Totnes Station to the town Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
20 Aug 1879
John MICHELMOORE 17 Sep 1639 at school in Ilsington when it collapsed Devon Family Historian 74, May 1995, p. 30
John MITCHELMORE 1872 a former bell ringer, left £1 to the ringers of St Saviours to pay for a funeral knell Dartmouth & South Hams Chronicle 23 Feb 1872
John MICHELMORE 3 Sep 1885 native of Brixham aged about 50 working at the Paint Works near Gulwell Bridge: his wife cut the driving belt after he caught his leg in some machinery, the injured limb had to be amputated Western Times 5 Sep 1885
Peter MITCHELMORE 24 Jun 1838 the first to be buried at the new Strete chapelry of Blackawton parish church  Marion Smithies,  Strete past and present, Dartmouth: Cranford & Son, 1933, p. 19
Philip MICHELMORE 22 Aug 1848 son of Mr William MICHELMORE of South Australia, aged about 10: fractured his thigh in a farm accident at Dinnicombe Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
16 Nov 1848
Philip MITCHELMORE 24 May 1901 aged 5 of Bridgetown, Totnes: playing with matches, sustained burns when his bed caught fire Western Times 28 May 1901
Reginald MITCHELMORE 7 Jan 1882 admitted to Great Ormand Street Hospital for Sick Children with a hip joint disease; aged 3 yr 3 mo of 14 Little Chapel St, Soho (Westminster); relieved, discharged after 18 days Small and Special
T MITCHELMORE 2 Feb 1886 present at death of father-in-law John BELBEN Belbin Mania
Violet MICHELMORE 1984 died in 1984 Cliff Michelmore & Jean Metcalfe, Two-way Story, London: Elm Tree Books, 1986, p. 192
W MITCHELMORE 5 Aug 1891 of Falmouth: seriously injured when a donkey engine exploded on the wreck of the Panama Royal Cornwall Gazette
6 Aug 1891
W H MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Jan 1883 butcher of Dartmouth: his slaughter-house in St Columb: employee Frederick WEST died suddenly on his way to work Royal Cornwall Gazette
26 Jan 1883
Wendy MITCHELMORE 30 Apr 2003 aged 36: forced to quit her job after developing asthma from exposure to the disinfectant glutaraldehyde while working at Gwynedd Hospital, paid £146,000 compensation BBC
William MUCHMORE 8 Nov 1861 shipwright: whilst employed on the Royal Oak in Chatham dockyard, fell from a stage into the slip and sustained severe injuries to his head, ribs and other parts; immediately conveyed to the surgery and then to Melville Hospital Morning Post 9 Nov 1861
William Lewis MITCHELMORE 1906 admitted to Jersey General Hospital Jersey Heritage

 

Other information
Name Dates Information Source
? MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1815 baker of Brixham: attempted to sell bread to sailors aboard HMS Bellerophon, anchored off Brixham, which was holding Napolean prior to his exile to St Helena David Cordingly, The Billy Ruffian: The Bellerophon and the downfall of Napoleon (Bloomsbury, 2003), pp. 259-262
? MICHELMORE, Mr Dec 1844 arrived at the India Arms Hotel, Portsmouth Hampshire Advertiser 14 Dec 1844
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Aug 1853 draper: in East Street, Newton Abbot, his bulldog observed to fight savagely for 15 minutes with a bulldog belonging to Mr Right, fishmonger The Era 28 Aug 1853
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Oct 1887 of United Service Hotel, David Place: served a grand banquet for the members of the Provincial Grand Lodge, Jersey Hampshire Advertiser 5 Nov 1887
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1891 employee, National Bank of Wales: attended friend’s funeral in Merthyr Cardiff Times 25 Apr 1891
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Sep 1902 according to report from Dolgelley Rural District Council inspector, occupier of a dilapidated 2-room cottage at Tyucha, Llanenddwyn, where he, his wife, and five children aged 15, 11, 9, 4 and 2 lived -- a serious state of overcrowding Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
26 Sep 1902
? MICHELMORE Jun 1909 of Llwyn Ynn Farm, Dyffryn, Merionethshire: offered 15 or more trees for sale on high road one mile from station Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard
18 Jun 1909
A MUCHMORE, Mrs May 1946 of Whitechurch, Cardiff: wrote letter to Mr R E Jones, butcher of Oxide Street, Broken Hill NSW, thanking him for carton of dripping he had sent Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW) 30 May 1946
Ada May Bunker MITCHELMORE 2 May 1877 b 13 Jul 1876, father Philip William MITCHELMORE, chemist of Fore Street, Totnes: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Alfred Ernest MITCHELMORE 12 Feb 1876 b 6 Oct 1875, father Nathaniel MITCHELMORE, painter of Lower Street, Dartmouth: vaccinated 12 Feb 1876 Find My Past
Alice Maud MICHELMORE Feb 1931 former secretary to Paignton spiritualist Dr Abraham WALLACE: left ₤100 in his will Queensland Times
21 Feb 1931
Amy Helen MUCHMORE Nov 1880 born 10 Oct 1800, father Frederick MUCHMORE, railway engine driver of 22 Ferdinand Place: directive re vaccination against smallpox issued to mother 7 Nov 1880, certificate of successful vaccination issued 18 Feb 1881 Ancestry
Anthony C MITCHELMORE Dec 1970 employed by Wellworthy Ltd, Lymington: patented (with Harold T HILL and Henry G PARKER) a method of soluble core fabrication (US patent no. 3548914) US Patents Office
Brian K MITCHELMORE 2013 Senior Master: 1969 left Oak Park Secondary Modern School, joined Navy as an Artificer Apprentice, 1970 drafted to HMS Collingwood, Fareham to complete 5 yr apprenticeship, 1993 retired from Navy as Warrant Officer; 1987 awarded 1st Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, 1989 achieved Instructor Certification Independent Taekwondo Academies England
Elizabeth Jane MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1876 b 1 Jan 1876, father John MICHELMORE, labourer of Marldon: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Frank MITCHELMORE 27 Jul 1875 b 6 Apr 1875, father John MITCHELMORE, general labourer of Church Street, Totnes: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Frederick Robert MITCHELMORE 1 May 1875 b 16 Feb 1875, father Robert MITCHELMORE, labourer of Well Street, Paignton: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
G de MICHAMORE 1220 resident in Devon C Spiegelhalter, A dictionary of Devon surnames (1958)
George MICHELMORE 29 Dec 1890 married: admitted to the Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Hammersmith at age 33 yr 7 mo Find My Past
H W MICHELMORE Nov 1930 well-known citizen & solicitor of Exeter, current chairman of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association: portrait included in current issue of The Solicitors' Journal Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
5 Nov 1930
I S MICHELMORE 1893/94 awarded certificate in periodical's penmanship competition, 1st Division The Children's Friend
James MUCKAMORE 1814-1819 of Newington, Southwark: qualified for jury duty Ancestry
James MUCKAMORE 1820-1824 of Surrey Square, Southwark: qualified for jury duty Ancestry
James Thomas MITCHELMORE 6 May 1876 b 9 Jan 1876, father James Richard MITCHELMORE, sawyer of Ford, Dartmouth: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
James F G MICHELMORE May 1941 the will of his grandfather, Sir Francis George NEWBOLT, KC, provided £400 upon trust to apply to his education and maintenance if and when he became a member of Balliol College, Oxford Western Morning News 1 May 1941
Jeffery MICHELMORE 31 Aug 1879 steward to his Grace the Duke of Somerset: showed HRH The Prince of Wales around the ruins of Berry Castle Trewman's Exeter Flying Post
3 Sep 1879
John Bull 5 Sep 1879
Joan MICHELMORE Mar 1948 skipper of the Dartmouth Sea Rangers: received a slice of the wedding cake of Princess Elizabeth, who had visited Dartmouth earlier and visited the Rangers Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
25 Mar 1948
L B MITCHELMORE 7 Jul 1887 wrote letter to editor complaining about flowers being stolen from her mother's grave Hampshire Advertiser
9 Jul 1887
Leonard MITCHELMORE 15 Sep 1915 of Queen Street, Newton Abbot: received a cable from his brother announcing the safe arrival in Egypt of the 2nd/5th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment Western Times 17 Sep 1915
Maud MICHELMORE Jun 1893 her query about a French proverb answered The Girl's Own Paper
17 Jun 1893
Mary MITCHELMORE 12 Sep 1905 presented a number of books to the wife of the pastor of Horeb Congregational Chapel, Llwydcoed, on celebrating his 34th year as minister of the church Weekly Mail 16 Sep 1905
P H MICHELMORE 28 Jun 1899 best man at wedding of William PACKHAM and Florence Maud RIPPON at St James, Exeter Exeter Flying Post 1 Jul 1899
Philip Henry MITCHELMORE 9 Apr 1877 b 18 Sep 1876, father John MITCHELMORE, gardner of Bridgetown: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Philip John MICHELMORE 22 May 1875 born 29 Jan 1875 , father Philip U MICHELMORE, chemist & druggist of Fore Street, Totnes: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Richard Carlile MICHELMORE 1878-1887 of 137 Hemingford Road, London: stockholder in London Joint Stock Bank London Gazette
27 Feb 1878, 26 Feb 1879, 25 Feb 1880 & 28 Feb 1887
Robert MYCHELMORE 1410 yeoman: a leader of a group of people who seized a Spanish ship that surrendered at Bolt's Nose, South Huish document on file [source unknown]
Robert MICHLEMORE 11 Aug 1895 member, Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Hammersmith, admitted 1 Dec 1890 at age 31 yr 11 mo: married Find My Past
Robert Henry MITCHELMORE 29 Apr 1906 goods guard, GWR, aged 42: admitted to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, Newton Abbot Find My Past
Robert MICHLEMORE 18 Aug 1930 member, Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, admitted 1 Dec 1890 at age 31 yr 11 mo: transferred from Hammersmith 1st to Castle Headingham branch Find My Past
Sidney Tom Manning MITCHELMORE 26 Oct 1876 b 27 May 1876, father Thomas MITCHELMORE, railway signal[man] of Railway Cottages, Rattery: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
Thos MUCKAMORE 21 May 1793 lath render of London St George, Southwark: took Nichs RAWLINGS as 8yr apprentice, paid £2 1s duty Ancestry
Thomas MUCKAMORE 1811-1824 of Newington Causeway, Southwark: qualified for jury duty Ancestry
Thomas MITCHELMORE Jan 1901 of Woodland Cottage, Lawes Bridge, St Marychurch document issued by Torquay Extra Mural Cemetery Company
Thomasine Michelmore BOWDEN, Miss 1871-1879 of Weir Down, Newhouse, Ivybridge: stockholder in Union Bank of London London Gazette
25 Feb 1871, 28 Feb 1874, 27 Feb 1878 & 26 Feb 1879
W H MITCHELMORE 1887 advertisement for a good general servant Dartmouth & South Hams Chronicle 30 Dec 1887
W MITCHELMORE 9 Jul 1898 of 74 Richards Street, Cathays, Cardiff: advertises two good cart horses and gear for sale [repeated several times] Evening Express 9 Jul 1898
Wm MUCKAMORE 28 Jun 1792 lath render of London St George, Southwark: took Thos SHELTON as 7yr apprentice, paid £10 5s duty Ancestry
William MUCKAMORE 1798 of Alfred Place, Southwark: qualified for jury duty Ancestry
William MUCKAMORE 1805, 1813 timber merchant of Newington Road, Southwark: qualified for jury duty Ancestry
Wm MUCKAMORE 29 Sep 1803 lath render of London St George, Southwark: took Jas WALTON as 7yr apprentice, paid £30 5s duty Ancestry
William Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE 1863-1939 A Devonian by birth, Alderman Mitchelmore and his wife (Ellen) came to Yeovil in 1895 to run temperance (i.e., non-alcoholic) hotels: the Albany and later the Fernleigh. He was elected to the Town Council in 1907, and subsequently became the Peace Mayor, serving three terms 1918-1921. A keen advocate of municipal housing, Mitchelmore Road was named in his honour. He was also an enthusiastic antiquarian, undertaking preliminary investigations at the Westland Roman villa site in 1925. The Wyndham Museum (now the Museum of South Somerset), opened in 1928 to display the Roman finds, was largely due to his exertions. Appropriately, he was made its first honorary curator, and in 1930 a Freeman of the Borough. For many years he chaired the Education Committee and in the week before his death (which occurred at the Municipal Offices), he had participated in the opening of two new schools: Grass Royal and Summerleaze Park. A history of Yeovil, p. 101
William Elijah Philip Harris MITCHELMORE 16 Jul 1875 b 4 May 1875, mother Kate MITCHELMORE, domestic servant ^ Silver Street, Dartmouth: vaccinated against smallpox Find My Past
William MUCHAMORE 9 Aug 1873 cabinetmaker in the employ of Thomas JONES, Aberavon [nr Port Talbot]: most of his carpenter's tools stolen in burglary - culprit apprehended in Swansea Western Mail 27 Aug 1873


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