|Colonel ET Clifford - a Devon DWM|
The objects of this Association were:
- (a) To promote friendly intercourse amongst Devonians residing in London and district, by means of meetings and social re-unions.
- (b) To foster a knowledge of the History, Folklore, Literature, Music, Art, and Antiquities of the County.
- (c) To carry out from time to time approved schemes for the benefit of Devonians residing in London and district.
|R Pearse Chope - another Devonian DWM|
In the 1911 issue: Captain Scott's Antarctic Expedition - an appeal for funding (page 36); Devon To Me!, a poem by John Galsworthy (page 41); Prominent Living Devonians, from Who's Who (page 42); The Map of Devon, a geographical analysis by GEL Carter (page 62); The Rivers of the Moor, a lecture by Cecil RM Clapp (page 69); The Birds of our Leas and Estuaries (page 76); The Devonshire Regiment and Territorials (page 86); Devonian Epitaphs (page 101); London and Devonian Proverbs (page 106); The Early History of Devon as told in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (page 108); and Devonshire Fiction (page 119).
In the 1912: Eden Philpotts, Poet and Novelist; The Coasts and Forests of Devon and their Birds (page 69); The Historical Basis of Kingsley's "Westward Ho!" (page 84); and The Mythical History of Devon (page 107).
Addendum: see also London Devonian Year Book 1913-1915.