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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Abbas and Temple Combe Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 Abbas and Temple Combe

    from Sherborne (Dors.) and Buckhorn Weston (Dors.). Throop and Temple lanes served the common moors in the east. 5 In the early 13th century the abbess of Shaftesbury established a right of way across Buckhorn Weston meadows from her grassland

    Cucklington Cucklington in 1838

    Cucklington in 1838 The road pattern was evidently governed both by topography and agriculture. One road runs north from Buckhorn Weston (Dors.), clinging to the lip of the scarp immediately above the village street, and now ends as a track

    Penselwood Penselwood c. 1842

    himself was rector 1832-41 and also served Bourton (Dors.). 19 Samuel Merindin, rector 1841-52 , was also rector of Buckhorn Weston (Dors.) and employed resident curates at Penselwood . 20 On Census Sunday 1851 the morning congregation was 107, of

    Index A-J

    , Ho ., woodland, workho., Wyke Champflower , q.v . Bruyn : Emme, see Huscarl John, Brydges , fam., Buckhorn Weston (Dors.) , rector, Buckingham , duke of, Buckland St. Mary , West Combland in, n Buckle , Edm., architect,

    Parishes Charlton Adam Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell , 1810

    but by 1160 -1 John son of Hamon , whose family had been Domesday tenants of the count at Buckhorn Weston (Dors.), was holding the church and manor. 50 John had been succeeded before 1166 by his son William, who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vicarage of Shorcham, Kent, vacant bv the death of the Rev. Callon Iepton. The rev. noiminec was appointed to Buckhorn Weston by Lady Stapleton in 1852, and tihe value is £360; the population 484. Shioreham is worth, according to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N.B. Lubbock and Torton-May 8, at St. George's, Hazover Square, London, by the Rev. E. H. Stapleton, Rector of Buckhorn Weston, Dorset, Henry James. second son of the late Sir John William Lubbock, Bart., of High Elms, Kent, to Frances Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mosgan, xeinton MIfan, Best Stour r Eotherwise Reel Stower. Steur Provost othorwise Stower Provost, Ny-a G- land, Higher Ngland, Buckhorn Weston, ail in the countyoft LD 'Dorset:, Heesh- Oge flonotridlge Harsh, Yernetonl, Whitchutch, ,J g.- Hoiwell Bowden, SI'emple Coombec and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a person of ae-g manly appearance," who figured as the manager of me works about to be commenced at Buckhorn Weston, Dorset, ba by the formation of a, tunnel beneath the common in the )rf above parish to connect a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nepeen) nothaving been yet inducted. At ne the chapter, the Xev. Jonathan H. Lovett Cameron, M.A., h rector of Buckhorn Weston, near Wincanton, Dorsetshire, was appointed to the vicarage of Shoreham, Kent, vacant by the death of the Rev. Canon Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Williams, 24/5/1711

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 85691 Linked to person: Williams, John 1710-1725 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename Johannes Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 24/5/1711 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location

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