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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction Huntspill and Puriton Hundred

    unit. 10 In 1841 the hundred was defined as Huntspill parish with part of the tithing of Alstone , and Puriton parish. 11 Alstone had been said in 1371 to have been in Bempstone hundred. 12 Huntspill and Puriton Hundred

    Huntspill Sea wall of 1799-1802 protecting Huntspill parish from the tidal river Parrett

    held for her son Wymond, a minor. 12 Wymond sold it to Nicholas Halswell in 1563 . 13 ALSTONE MANOR In 1086 Alstone was held by Walter of Douai in succession to Alwold. Rademer held it of him. 14 In

    Parishes Overbury

    two cottages comprises the entire hamlet. The village of Alstone , which became part of Gloucestershire at the same date, is south-west of Little Washbourne . On the north side of Alstone Church is a fine L-shaped half-timber farm-house of

    Introduction

    coastal retreat during the Roman period, a change which may also have caused the abandonment of the Roman settlement at Alstone . 2 Linear ditches also north of the Polden ridge and similarly found between Huntspill and Burtle may be

    The hundred of Oswaldslow Introduction and map

    , Darlingscott and Newbold on Stour CROWLE NORTON JUXTA KEMPSEY DAYLESFORD ODDINGLEY WARNDON ELMLEY CASTLE OMBERSLEY WELLAND EVENLODE OVERBURY with Alstone , Conderton , Teddington and Little Washbourne WHITE LADIES ASTON FLADBURY with Hill and Moor, Ablench, Stock and Bradley

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 999 (1563)

    theyr wiues, some of Chichester (who because they soone recouered agayne, I wyll not here name.) An other named Edmōd Alstone, an other Alexander Bull: with many other, whose names together in the ende of thisstory of Quene Mary, we

    Queene Mary. Disputation of Doct. Ridley Bishof of London in Oxford touching the sacrament.

    theyr wiues: as of Chichester one (who because he soone recouered againe shall be here nameles) an other named Edmōd Alstone, an other Alexander Bull, amongest whome also was D. Standish, with many other: whose names together in the end

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1815/4

    deceased, late of Caldbeck Participant: JohnDawson [Dawson] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Clogger Location: Alston (Cumberland) Place(s): Alston (Alstone) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: ThomasTeasdale [Teasdale] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Miner Location: Alston (Cumberland) Place(s): Alston (Alstone) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Edward Marsh, surveyor, of Dudley, of two girls and a boy. On Thursday se'naight, at Alstone, near Tewkesbury, the wife of a poor labourer named Thomas Lane, of a boy and two girls, who, with the mother, are likely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. H.. Holborn bridge Alesanuder, J. id., il-ornsey Alexanader, Georgei, Sudbkorr Alfrer, WVom., iuncoln's inn firlds Allison, Josensh, Rtrgen~t street Alstone, Sir C., Bort., Ioeunt street Alston, Wiltiim. Belle Sauvage, andSudbuiry, Su~etk Amros. William, Walbrook Anderson, Eustace. Kensington Anderson, W., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1.40; Great Sasndown Steepecliotse 2.2b; Selling Handicap Steeplehease, 2.55; Handi- cap Hurdle, 3.30. A ADDJIV0o8Ac ArrivAiEs-Corky, Scot, Zoedone, Woodman, fror Alstone, Star, Thornilcld, Valahacka, Scorn, Nickeryr, Conceal.. fro t ment, Sunbeight, Ben Bolt, Contortlonlat. SaSOn, Young Duire, .Edensor, Lanquet, Constance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1 each agst Hawk Eye d and Star-ration, and 6 to 1 aget Alstone.-Hawk Eye was 1. followed by Alstone and Marsh Boy, with Starvation next, till three-parts of a mile from home; when- Marsh Boy drew to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in -Riler, Sporting Times-Mr. Cooper'srepresentative. E IBIOOIYARD STrE.PLSoHASE.-BRtl'S Life-Ratieline or Hoyr,, Sporting Life-Alstono or The Fleet; Sporting TI'mes-Hoya or L Alstone. ' ARl.Y HUNTERe' PLATE.-BeZZ's Life-Pudding or The Badger; Sporting Life-Merra. bs HUNTERS' FLAT SELLINO.-Bell'11 Life-Orlon or Bargee; Sporting Titns-Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEAUCHAMP, Sir Thomas (d.1444), of Whitelackington, Som.

    acquired at Stretch’s death in 1390 the manors of Ashill and East Runnington, together with the reversion of that of Alstone (which was to remain in the hands of Sir John’s widow until she died in 1422), and other lands

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    H. Griffin, 25/3/1639

    Griffin Forename H. Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1639 Office/Status not given Location Alstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Thornborough, John/Worcester 1617- 1641 Comment No office given for H. (initial

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