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    in Andersea of Curry Rivel manor by knight service 15 and Robert Brent (d. 1508) held jointly with his son John lands in Andersea of the countess of Richmond 's manor of Curry Rivel . 16 A farm in Andersea Victoria County History

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    secondary settlements were of pre-Conquest origin. Interspersed were, of course, the sites on the 'islands' in the marsh such as Andersea in Westonzoyland and Greylake in Middlezoy . Drainage and reclamation, notably in the 13th century, led to spectacular expansion, Victoria County History

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    c . 1728), John (fl. 1728), Wm., Amesbury , Michael of, abbot of Glastonbury , Anabaptists , and see Baptists Andersea (in Westonzoyland ) , field, n Andersey , fam., n Andre , Bernard, rector of High Ham , Andrew Victoria County History

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    of the manors of Mells , 309 Brent Marsh , Moorlinch , Uffculme , Syston , Camerton , Ashcott , Andersea and Damerham , and he assigned the church of Pucklechurch to the office of the sacrist of the old Victoria County History

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    (and advowson), 566, 702, 956. Amwell , Herts, 534. Amys. See Ameys. Ancaster , Lincs, 280. Anderby , Lincs., 638. Andersea , Andersey, Andresey [in Weston Zoyland ] , Som., 536, 552, 743. Anderton , Andreton, James, esq., of Warton, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Heref., 832. Weston [under Wetherley ] , Warw., 725, 767, 854 (ii), 896. Weston [Zoyland ] , Som., 743. -, Andersea in, 536, 552, 743. Westorchard. See Orchard. Westowe. See Stow, West. Westratton. See Stratton, West. Westthedylthorpe. See Theddlethorpe St. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    WANTED" CLASS of ADVERTISEMENTS. ler nieilv i rtlbmee jof th oiasaa .f .....ll Advertiseersn "oxtrstlarisd els the o folwn ro th rpdcarges, which must be made In PosEtal irotes. In ad caser th Addreee is counte4 ti 16 ors. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    E V6:lng, Northamberland B.C., iS yards; 2 T. P. Marekhaln, Jesmond O., 50 yr&. Tle, nl3n.m12d Btes. Fouth heat. A, Andersea, ,d.ewtlt A.0.-,-iol yards- 2, J. W. Henderson South bbilds 30, 100 YGSAle Won easily. Time, 3 min. tCh, sees. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Niqiyrsx's IGuaranteed State Railways Company Limited. ILB. eula &.. Director of the Alexandria, Water Compan~y 97. Hermann Becker, Esq. (Uesrs. Andersea, Be"ke, and Co.), 4. Loocx, Bo~o tar Ammts~rnarA. Charles Royl, Doq., Director -of Alexandria and Eaii.l6h EnjiwaY Company. Lriaite. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Currants (black), W. Pratt, P. Holland, W. Sbemilt. Honey (ooper), Iseua Charles; comb, . Charles. Sre.oL rPtIzBs.-Cuilmbors, P. Holland, T. Andersea, T. Collis. Salad, T. Cakes, 1.. Harris, P. Hodgkloooel. Collectioll of ferns, 'r. POosloso G. HGTotolieoO V~i8Apiloos. P. toll~aoyd Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    respectably connected agriculturist. The victim is Parnell Stowe, a servant in the employ of the younger Chard, who lives at Andersea, on the banks of the River Parrett, in the parish of Weston Zovland. Between six and seven o'clock sn Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the ease. The prisoner, it appeared, was an opulent farmer, living upon his own estate, at a farm cafled Andersea Farm, in the parish of Weston Zoyland, near Bridgwater. The deceased was 21 years of age, and had been Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    June 30. - Sunbeam, Faver&hamn props July L- Maria, Whitby, light Sailings, June 33.- Hare Bell, Yarmouth, coal ; Adolph Andersea . Randn-s, coal; I_.o, Slwreh_.n _)al WEST HARTLEPOOL. ARRita-S, June 30.- Sunbeam s, Aguilas, vii Granton, iron ore ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the case. The prisoner, it appeared, was an opulent farmer, living upon his own estate, at a farm called Andersea Farm, in the parish of Weston Zoy- land, near Bridgewater. The deceased was 21 years of age, and had Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the case. The prisoner, it appeared, was an opulent farmer, Uving upon his own estate, ad a farm called Andersea Farm, in the parish of Weaton Zoy- land, near Bridgewater. The deceased was 21 yeara of age, and had Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the case. The prisoner, it appeared, was an opulent farmer, living upon his own estate, at a farm caEed Andersea Farm, in the parish of Weston Zoyland, near Bridgwater. The deceased was 21 years of age, and had beeu Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tbe flint stones turned up in tbe ordinary c.v.-* c f acricnlti-r- opera- tions. Mr. pavey, 0.c., a .,_ j_.. Andersea appeared for the pUmtiif : Mr. _-__Urtoo and air. Burleign Muir fo. the oefenoanr. His lordship sai.. .hst by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    .^TILINGS EACH INSERTION, BY CHEQUE 0 p 0.. CROSSED LLOYDS BANK. limited * (LAW COURTS BRANCH), AND MADE PAYABLE TO E. E. PEACOCK, 346, STRAND, W.C. BIRTHS. o- the 10th inst., at Lemsford-road, St Albans, Herts, the _^X»»- B,;al Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Berth, Tilbury Docks. '"- - Fares from £17 17s. to £70. Managers- F. Green and Co., 13, Fenchurh-avenne : and Andersea, Anderson, and Co., 5, Fenchurch-avenue, London, E.C. For Frieght or Passage apply to the latter firm, or to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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