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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Marston

    stand there. 7 The only house with notable medieval fragments (beams, & c., presumably 15thcentury) is the much reconstructed Court Place Farm, half-way down the village; but there are several houses with 17th-century walls and details. Of these the most

    Parishes Wymington or Wimington

    She left a son Henry, who died in 1628 , aged four years, and this property, here called the Court Place , passed to his cousin Richard Child . No further separate mention has been found of the estate, which

    Cossington

    1948 . 18 No further reference to lordship has been found. The capital messuage was known in 1634 as Court Place . 19 John Hodges (d. 1696) left it and adjacent land to his nephew Sherrington Hodges . 20 By

    Parishes Sampford Brett

    called Court House , in Sampford village, was described as newly built in 1796 . 112 It was called Court Place in 1979 . By 1641 the parish had two churchwardens and two overseers, 113 and by 1681 two highway

    Parishes St. Mary Bourne

    Dunley .' 4 It is now the residence of Mr. F. A. Holman . Some place-names of interest are Court Place , or Court Hayes , Rodeswode Mill, Badley, Bucketts Down and Colleslake 5 (xvi cent.), and Somersets (xvii cent.),

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Balfour Cockburn Lodge

    of Bi-centenary: 9th May 2000 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2805 Meeting Places The Masonic Centre, St. Martin, Guernsey 1999 Freemasons Hall, Court Place, Guernsey 1918 Masonic Temple, Le Marchant Street, St. Peter Port, Guernsey 1933 Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey 1900

    Hammond Lodge

    Notes (1): United with " Doyle's Lodge of Fellowship," No. 84 [No, 336 (A) of 6 Sept. 1806], 14 December 1864. Meeting Places Private Room, 54 Pollett Street, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1849 Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1857

    Lodge Fidelis

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1809 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1879 St. Julian's Hall, St. Julian's Avenue, Guernsey, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1882 Masonic Temple, Le

    Loyalty Lodge

    1828 Assembly Rooms, Market Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1844 Private Rooms, Victoria Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1854 Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1858 St. Julian's Hall, St. Julian's Avenue, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1882 Masonic Temple, Le Marchant Street,

    Doyle's Lodge of Fellowship

    Assembly Rooms, Market Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1844 Masonic Hall, Berthelot Street, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1845 Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1852 Havelock Place, Victoria Road, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1870 Masonic Hall, Court Place, Guernsey, Channel Islands 1871

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cliii liii esectitintier dispatachsed hint ly slloutilsg 11i11 Ithronpis the haeitd se,.ls a pitol. Th reat vine at ltosimhltoti Court Place, tioihi nsorS lisan 120 yiatn aOld, i, -o tide l Me ailt Ii nroce titan 200011c basiiclia! of glaicestiat-itad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wife of Reuben Thomas Harvey, Esq., of a daughter. Henry-September 6, at Stranouiflis Cottage, Mrs. James Malcomeou=September 4, at Court Place, Carlow, the wife of Robert Malcomson, Esq., of a son. Stamer-September 2, at Cliffille, Staffordshire, Lady Stamer, of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aui- drew's, Bigglesivade, to Mary 1'o.le younger daugh- ter Z Mr. Sergeanlt Kiuglake, SAI.P., of Eateii Square, London, and Court Place, Mlonliton, Sones- set. Hope anll Fiultol-August 1(I, at Drunibo Parish Church, by the ReV. H. AMsiusell, M.A., Rtector, Trhielhor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & Ln. JuIne 8R, a: Weodacine, Yjrkehire, the F-len. bMrs. C. Le, a s,! bi' M.N Jline 14, at Court Place, Carl to, the wife of Ro t. Ma. -lilonf, REq. .t a dauzhter. M .s i -S Juve id, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the city. Every house is gone. The streets burned here are:-South Water, Baker, Haddock, Lake, Couch, Benton, Randolph, Court Place, Adams, Quiney, Jackson, and Van Burin; while Third and Fourth Avenues below Van Burin have suffered some. From the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PATE (PATES), Richard (1516-88), of Minsterworth, Glos. and London.

    Chamberlain suggested that Pate ‘could shortly spy something meet’ for Chamberlain or his friends. In 1547 Pate leased Abbot’s Court Place (Hertpury manor) in Gloucester, but he must have made Minsterworth, three and a half miles from the city, his

  • * British History Online *

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    An argument for a petition for a new Parliament

    Voted Wellelected, this last Session. Sir Kingsmil Lucy, Bart, has had 1000 l . and a Promise of a Court Place. Hereford. Thomas Price, Esq; 500 l . given him, and 300 l . per annum Pension, and Protection in

    Henry VIII, January 1547, 30-31, 01 January 1547-31 January 1547

    Bellyngeham. Grant, in fee, for his services, of the lordship and manor of Daccombe, Devon, the messuage called le Court Place, land called le Courte Gardeyn, etc., in tenure of John Goodrige and Joan his wife in Cophynswell, Devon, and

 

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