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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chipstable

    rents and the church house to Simon Richards . 48 John Bluet's fourth daughter, Susan, married John Basset of Heanton Punchardon ( Devon ). Their son John (d. 1686) was succeeded by his son, also John (d. 1721). John Basset

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BASSET, John II (c.1652-86), of Heanton Punchardon, nr. Barnstaple, Devon.

    (c.1652-86), of Heanton Punchardon, nr. Barnstaple, Devon. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 14 Mar. 1677 Barnstaple Mar. 1679 Barnstaple Oct. 1679 Barnstaple 1681 Barnstaple 1685 13 May 1686 Ofifces Held Dep. lt. Devon 1676-d., commr. for assessment 1677-80, j.p. 1677-d., col. of

    HOLMAN, Thomas, of Barnstaple, Devon.

    after all.[footnote]The date of Holman’s death is not known. In 1459 his son, John, who had been rector of Heanton Punchardon since 1436 and was to become vicar of Barnstaple in 1461, granted all the family property (including that inherited

    MERVIN, Richard (1672-1740), of Marwood, Devon

    family. His grandfather, Richard (d. 1669), had been canon and chancellor of Exeter Cathedral, as well as rector of Heanton Punchardon, a living to which Mervin’s father and younger brother succeeded in turn. Mervin, who owned an estate at Marwood,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, February 1653, 01 February 1653-28 February 1653

    Gifford, Lancras, Devon, and Honor Gifford, his Widow. Vol. G No. or p. 22 Feb. 1653. Robert Dillon, of Heanton Punchardon, Devon, begs discharge of of the manor of Lancras, which, by virtue of a judgment obtained long before the Subscribers-only content

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    Badwell Ash ] , Suff., 93. Ashford , Assheford, Asshetford, Kent, 318, 918. Ashford , Assheford, Ayssheford, West [in Heanton Punchardon ] , Devon, manor, 414, 471. Ashill , Ashull, Asshill, Norf., 554. -, advowson, 720. -, Uphall manor in, Subscribers-only content

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    Derby, manor, 160. -, Codnor castle in, 160, 377 (xv), 379, 782. -, Langley and Loscoe manors in, 160. Heanton Punchardon , Devon, West Ashford, manor in, 414, 471. Heathfield , Hethefeld, Hethfeld, Hethffeld, Sussex, 26, 120, 383, 677. Heberd Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and hope through the mercy of God to Grant forgivenness your humble servant CONsCIENCE CLEARiED..Leicester Chronicle. UNEXPECTED FORTivNv .-At Heanton Punchardon, near Braunton, are two paupers, John Slade and his wife, who have been inmates of the workhouse for 35 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brought before t ve Rev.F. Hole, and G. E. Kingson, Esq., justices, charged by his bester Mr Skinner, of Heanton Punchardon, with stealing a quantity of barley meal, value 5s. The case was adjourned from the petty sfssions on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DAYS A WIDOWa..-Astonishment has been cn saused in Barnetaple by the re-marriage of the Rev. reF. Bassett, rector of Heanton Punchardon, North Devon, within a fominiobt of the death Af his first wife. Thit bridegrouOi is 70 years of age, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vacant by the death of the Rev. James Troughton. The Rev. Francis W. D. Bassett, to the rectory of Heanton Punchardon, vacant by the death of the Rev. C. Davie. The Rev. Thomas Adam Colling to the vicarage of Buckland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that much astonishment has been caused in Barn- staple by the marriage of the Rev. F. Bassett, Rector of Heanton Punchardon, within a fortnight of the death of his late wife. The bridegroom is 70, the bride is a little Subscribers-only content

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