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You searched for: Place: "Bower Hinton"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Martock Hundred Introduction

    , Ash , Bower Hinton , Coat , Stapleton , Witcombe , and possibly Milton , paid customary dues to the lord. 4 The hundred still included Westcombland in 1841 , although by that date Bower Hinton and Hurst had

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    Tuesday in 1900 . 94 The Bower Hinton Male Benefit Society met by 1863 on Whit Tuesday and was continuing in 1882 . In 1882 a female friendly society met at Bower Hinton on Whit Wednesday. 95 The Martock Farmers'

    Parishes East Lydford

    between 1588 and 1599 . 134 In the early 17th century it was held by the Goodwin family of Bower Hinton in Martock . From Thomas Goodwin it passed to John Goodwin , who died before 1674. 135 He was

    Parishes Ilchester Ilchester and Sock Dennis, 1839

    621 B y the end of the 19th century the chapel was under the care of the meeting at Bower Hinton . 622 Meetings having ceased at Ilchester , the chapel was sold in 1961 . Standing in Chapel Dring

    Index A - Z

    , Ric ., 91 Bovey Tracey ( Devon ), 218-19 Bowditch : Honor, see Drake John, 225 Rob., 25 Bower Hinton (Burhenton, Hanton Mertoc, in Martock ), 78, 82-4, 90, 93-4, 97-8, 107-9, 197 fms., 82 fields, 82 friendly soc.,

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, May 1688, 10-20, 10 May 1688-18 May 1688

    a messuage or tenement and 14 acres [and ] four acres of meadow and eight acres of pasture in Bower Hinton [BowerHeaton ] in the parish of Martock, co. Somerset, in the tenure of said George Bisse and valued in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prisoner Samuel Reyland, accused of mur- dering a little girl at Yeobr.idme, It is said that he went to Bower Hinton, three mifes from the scene of the murder, two hours after the deed vws committed, and said that a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Shores HM she again looked behind her, nd noticed that the man was waig inl the diection of Bower Hinton. On Friday she picked out the pioner from anumberof men asbeing Aot the eame height asthe mainshe Saw in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ! accused of murdering a little girl at Yeo- I I bridge. It ia said he went to Bower Hinton, three miles from the scene of the murder, two hours after the deed waa committed, j s and said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prisoner, Samuel lleyland, accused of murdering a little girl at Yco- bridge. It is said he went to Bower Hinton, three miles from the scene of the murder, two hours after the deed was committed, and said that a girl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Sclater-liooth, from Shipton, Hampshire; by Sir R. Peel, from Unitarian Cbapel, Tamworth ; by Mr Gore Langton, from Bower Hinton and Isle Abbots, Souiereetshire; by Mr Ricardo, from tbe Hope and Tabernacle Chapels, Hanle;.* ; by Mr Baziey, from Subscribers-only content

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