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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey

    17 King Edward had also bequeathed to the abbey in a similar way the reversion of the manors of Bovey Tracey , 'Northlieu,' 18 Holsworthy , 'Longeacre,' co. Devon ; Blagdon , Lydford , 19 Staunton , co. Somerset ;

    Parishes Shepton Beauchamp The Church of St. Michael , Shepton Beauchamp

    between his four sons. 188 One turn was exercised in 1836 by the Revd. W. G. Parks Smith, of Bovey Tracey ( Devon ), and his wife Elizabeth, related to the former rector, Joseph Domett (d. 1835), and the families

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    s. Geof., see Geoffrey Bourton, Black, Bourton on the Water (Glos.), Bouvines ( Nord , France ), battle of, Bovey Tracey ( Devon ), Bowell, Nic., Box, Wm., Boynton (Yorks. E.R.), Boys: Ernald de (fl. 1246), Ernald de, s. of

    The parish of Aldingham ALDINGHAM URSWICK PENNINGTON

    . Educated at Peterhouse, Camb .; M.A. 1832. He was Hon. Canon of Carlisle and had been vicar of Bovey Tracey . He died 16 Apr. 1874 and is buried at Aldingham . Educated at St. John 's Coll .,

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    , Chimney , and Clanfield , 23 was let with the manorial rights in 1549 to John Southcott of Bovey Tracey and Thomas Deane of Dartington ( Devon ), who in 1552 assigned their right to Thomas More (d. 1561),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brigtlitelistone, Su~sex, watchmaker. [Wfiliam1s, Gray's inn. J. Bradbury, Sbedfield, cutler. [Walter & Co., Symond's inn. J. & T. lio;nychureb, Bovey Tracey, Dclounsh., potters. [Clowes & Co., Temple. DSVIDENDs. Jane 19, W. Haviside, Jerusalem Coffee-house, master mariner.-June 23, M. Thompson, ltedc'oess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the provinces were as follows :-One fatal case on hoard a vessel off Sunderland, and six apparent cases at Bovey Tracey, Devonshire. two of which were fatal. From Scotland the returns were :-Three from Edinburgh, two of which were fatal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the prizesivere of the highest excellernce, tl e fttnits being particularly fine. The I Western Times' reports from Bovey Tracey a proof of the stealthy and determined manner in which the Tr3ctarians advance. The Hon. and Rev. Mr Courtenray Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the effect that the Hon. and Rev. Mr Courtenay had made a nidhe in the porch wall of Bovey Tracey churc 1_"fo a 9hly-water basin,". the following-authorised statement has-een"sent to us: "The real facts are these: The churchcvarden having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lignite Formation of Bovey Tracey, Devonshire. iBy William Pengelly, Y.R.S., F.G.S., &c., and the Rev. Oswald Heer, &c. Reprinted from the ' Philo- 'Isophical Transactions.' Taylor and Francis. The history of the Lignite of ]Bovey Tracey is not a little Subscribers-only content

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