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You searched for: Place: "Brixton Deverill", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pertwood

    the congregation sometimes numbered 40 and was said to have much increased of late. Fairly substantial numbers came from Brixton Deverill to attend the services. In that year there was one baptism within the church and one burial in the

    Warminster Church

    he and his successor Edward Chubb , were canons of Salisbury , 4 and Chubb held the living of Brixton Deverill in plurality from 1710, 5 but both appear to have resided regularly at Warminster . Chubb was succeeded in

    Agriculture 1500-1793

    29 horses on the farms in the township, whereas afterwards there were only 4 farmers employing 19 horses. At Brixton Deverill , instead of 6 men employing 43 horses, there were 3 men employing 26 horses. Horses and wage-workers were

    Keevil

    younger brother. 48 His grandson, Thomas Lambert , sold Keevil to William Beach , son of William Beach of Brixton Deverill and Fittleton , in 1681 . 49 It descended to his grandson William, who died in 1790 leaving an

    Roads Turnpike roads

    in the Mendip Hills . 3 The line of this last road is conjectural west of Pertwood Down in Brixton Deverill ; 4 if it did continue to the Mendip Hills it was the only Roman road in the county

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 351, March 25-31, 1637, 25 March 1637-31 March 1637

    since I left the University, as my soul shall answer at the last day." The places alluded to are Brixton Deverill, Sonning, Hayes, the Cathedral of Wells, his prebend of Henstridge, Martock, Bourton-super-Aquas, Bristol Cathedral and Palace, and the churches Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 15 April 1637-30 November 1637

    petition of order on petition of Bishop of, see Skinner, Robert. late Bishops of, see Coke, George; Searchfield, Rowland. Brixton Deverill , Wilts Broad , John recognizance of Broadbank , Ambrose Broad Street , London, ward, return for Broadwater , Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 355, May 1-10, 1637, 01 May 1637-10 May 1637

    . ] May 5. Petition of John Carse, D.D., to the King. Petitioner is possessed of the rectory of Brixton Deverill, Wilts. Prays dispensation to hold therewith the rectory of Hampstead Marshall, Berks, being about 34 miles distant. [ See Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Curtiss, 0/0/1623

    CCEd Record ID: 105661 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Curtiss Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1623 Office/Status Curate Location Brixton Deverill// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, Bishop's Transcripts (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Davenant, John/Salisbury 1621- 1641 Comment

    Richard Tynes, 0/0/1607

    CCEd Record ID: 105381 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Tynes Forename Richard Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1607 Office/Status Minister Location Brixton Deverill// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, Bishop's Transcripts (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cotton, Henry/Salisbury 1598- 1615 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barker Hemsworth to the Perpetual Curacy of Thompson, in the county of Norfolk.- The Rev. W. T. Harte, to Brixton Deverill, Wilts. - The Rev. - Heathcoat to the Curacy of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.- The Rev. Thomas Frederic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for March, price sixpence, contains a Memoir and beautiful Portrait of the Rev. Mr. Barnes M V Rector of Brixton Deverill, Wiltshire, Chaplain to the Right Hon' the Countess Dowager of Chichester, &c. The following Portraits have already appeared, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EPISTLES, appointed for that Season. Composed for the Closet and a Family. By the Key ROBERT MEEK. Rector of Brixton Deverill. Wilts. " No greater praise can be bestowed on Mr. Meek's work than saying that it answers its description Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appointed for that Season, adapted for us-- in the closet and family. By the Rev. Robert Meek, Rector oi Brixton Deverill, Author of " Reasons for Attachment to the Chnrcb oi England." The Church of England a Faithful Witness againstthe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Under this failure the usual particulars were issued by the Official Receiver, the debtor stating that he resides ait Brixton Deverill, near Bath, and has an oflice at 9, London* street, City ; that during the past four years he Subscribers-only content

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