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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Milton

    meadow, 31/2 at Lyscombe, 1 at Burleston , 1 at Little Puddle , 5 at Cattistock , 6 at Compton Abbas , 2 at Whitcombe , 5 at Osmington , 6 at Holworth -in all 67 hides; a weir on Victoria County History

    House of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Shaftesbury

    the love of Christ the land of 80 manses at Donhead St. Andrew , Easton Bassett ( Wiltshire ), Compton Abbas , Handley and Iwerne Minster ( Dorset ). 8 Edgar confirmed and renewed to the church and nuns of Victoria County History

    Parishes Liddington

    churches of Chesilbourne, Compton Abbas , and Melbury Abbas , all of which lay in Dorset . By 1291 Chesilbourne was making a yearly payment of £3 6 s . 8 d ., 207 Compton Abbas £3 10 s ., Victoria County History

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    Sir Wm . (d. 1528), 81; Wm., Ld. Compton (d. 1630), 81, 82 Compton (J.) and Co., clothiers, 130 Compton Abbas (Dors.), 72, 73 Compton Bassett , 49; and see Cowage Congregationalists , 64, 74, 103, 117, 152, 153, 154, Victoria County History

    BIERE, Walter, of Shaftesbury, Dorset.

    the foundation of St. Katherine’s chantry in the abbey church. He also held a short lease on land at Compton Abbas, about two miles from Shaftesbury. Biere was one of four delegates sent to the shire court at Dorchester to History of Parliament

    RUSSELL, alias GASCOIGNE, Stephen (d.1438), of Weymouth and Dorchester, Dorset.

    la Tours and Blynchesfelds. In 1422 they alleged at the assizes that they had been dispossessed of property in Compton Abbas pertaining to Alice as heir of her maternal grandmother Cecily, daughter of Hugh Blynchesfeld, and although the defendants protested History of Parliament

    SPURRIER, Christopher (1783-1876), of Upton House, Poole, Dorset

    parkland.[footnote] At the general election of 1820 Spurrier, who raised a �12,000 mortgage on his mansion and sold the Compton Abbas estate for �16,500 to finance the campaign, ducked another challenge at Poole and stood for the open and venal History of Parliament

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