Name: John Hole 1
Residence: South Tawton, Devon
Change Date: 23 JUN 2012
Apparently there was a family called Hole at Blackhall Manor, South Tawton in the 1500s to 1700s?
The manor of South Tawton, which had been held in dower by Harold?s mother, and afterwards fell to the crown, was given by Henry I. To Roselm Beaumont, Viscount de Mayne, whose grand-daughter brought it to Roger de Tony. In the reign of Edward II t belonged to Walter Tantifer, from whom it passed by successive heirs female to Chiseldon and Wadham. The manor, by the name of Black-Hall, is now the joint property of the Honourable Charles Percy Wyndham.
Great and Little Cocktree in South Tawton belong to the Rev. Thomas Hole.
(Magna Britannia 1822)
A Joan Hole of Black Hall married John Wykes of Collibear in 1607.
?Also appearing in connection with Wyke marriages are the Giffard "3 ermine lozenges" and the Hole family of Black Hall, South Tawton similar "or 3 lozenges, an amulet in centre". ?
Robinson, C. J., (1860 March) GROOM: HOLE OF SOUTH TAWTON. Notes and Queries : s2-IX (222
- Eleanor Hole
- Title: Visitations of the County of Devon, 1620
Author: Vivian, John Lambrick
Publication: Comprising the Heraldsí Visitations of 1531, 1564, & 1620. With additions by Lieutenant-Colonel J.L. Vivian. Henry S. Eland, Exeter, 1895.
Text: cont. by John Young