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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Barrow Gurney

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Barrow Gurney HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 6. THE PRIORY OF BARROW GURNEY The founder of the Priory of Barrow Gurney , also called Minchin Barrow , is not known, but appears to have

    Somerset Record Office Accumulations

    ED Estate Duty copy wills EDS Department of Education and Science EM Eames of Chard GB Gibbs family of Barrow Gurney GRY St. George Gray of Martock HA Hall family of Cricket St. Thomas HI Hippisley family of Ston Easton

    Introduction

    Bath , Athelney and Muchelney were all founded before the Norman Conquest . The Benedictine nuns had establishments at Barrow Gurney and Cannington . The Cluniacs were settled at Montacute and the Cistercians at Cleeve . At Witham was founded

    Somerset Record Office Accumulations

    H. G. E. Dunsterville EDS Department of Education and Science FS Foster of Wells (solicitors) GB Gibbs family of Barrow Gurney GC Capt. Graham-Clarke (Hestercombe MSS.) HB Hodges of Weston-super-Mare (solicitors) HC Hancock family MSS. HLM Helyar family of Poundisford

    South Leigh Manors and other estates

    parliamentarian and regicide, 92 sold the manor to a London merchant, William Gore of Morden (Surr.) and later of Barrow Gurney (Som.). 93 The estate was sold free from encumbrances, but during the next 30 years William and his successors

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DREWES, John (by 1496-1557 or later), of St. Augustine's Green, Bristol, Glos. and Barrow Gurney, Som.

    St. Augustine's Green, Bristol, Glos. and Barrow Gurney, Som. Constituency Dates Bristol 1545 Bristol 1547 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Bristol 1517-18. Biography John Drewes was a merchant coming from a prolific west country family which had furnished traders and aldermen at

    TANNER, Thomas (d.1401), of Wells, Som.

    the new close of the vicars there, Glastonbury abbey, the Carthusian friaries at Witham and Hinton, the nuns of Barrow Gurney (Somerset) and Kington St. Michael (Wiltshire), the priory of Stavordale, and four houses of friars in Bristol. That Tanner’s

    BERKELEY, Sir John I (1352-1428), of Beverstone castle, Glos.

    Over, Compton Greenfield, King’s Weston, Woodmancote and Syde in Gloucestershire, ‘Cernecote’, Chelworth, ‘Caldecote’ and ‘Bere Revell’ in Wiltshire, and Barrow Gurney and half of Sock Dennis in Somerset, along with many other lands and advowsons in those counties as well

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    g. 125 (31),624 (15), 1081 (24, 58). -, surrender of the rectory, i. 638. Minohinbarrow priory (supp.) , in Barrow Gurney, Soms., i. g. 465 (83); ii. g. 496 (46 p. 226). Minchinhampton (Muchenhampton) Glouc. , i. 557 (f. 74).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lock Griggs, James R. Esq. Enfield leek Gape, Charles, Hendon Goodchild, Joseph, sen. Kingsbury Goodchild, Henry, Kingsbury Gray, Edward, Barrow Gurney, James, Harrow Greatorex, Win. Anthony, Ill Upper Norton street Gunniiig, Bltattliow, 198 Gloutcester Place Gaisford, George, 20 Great Barlow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swiimbridge, 7.nrnejhMW Loworthy, Humphrey, Barnstaple, gentlemoso Liddlard, Henry Faringdon, Blrlos, gentler-a Life, Thomas, J.., Petet-boroughA esquire illey, Rev. Edmund, Barrow Gurney, nmeslg Lethbrldge, WVillia ., J.P., J Twilhagat% tnsoWWV dQ: land, Bitith N. A. Lilley. Miss Sarah. we 'ci Ma:MM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expended on building-Mr. H. M:. Gibbs contributed nearly the whole of the £10,000. required for restoring the church at Barrow Gurney. In the rural deanery of Hastings, Christ Church, St. Leonards-on-Ses, was built by voluntary saubacriptions in 1884, the cost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a consldemable tract) thereI vr eprn t~ aakband assnciated with the bands of argillwouees stoees. o aAshlose-hill and at Barrow Gurney are neeesviso eatt. OA while oren for admixture can be brouehtl froen the Forest offlaal one-half the raei, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant Hirst Benjamin, trading as B. Hirst and Co., Granby.street, Bradford, re6A and plin merchant IIt ecnry Joh , Barrow Gurney, farmer Wardle Joseph, South-street, nkeston, grocer Towlson Thomas, Northb-ate, Huddersefeld, furniture dealer Clark Benjamin, Skinner-lane, Leeds, ironfounder Proctor Arthur, Subscribers-only content

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