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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kingsbury (East) hundred

    of Chard , Combe St. Nicholas, Winsham , Kingsbury Episcopi , and Huish Episcopi . The history of the hundred is deferred, but the history of Huish Episcopi is given below because of the intimate association of the parish with

    List of maps and plans

    the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved. Huish Episcopi , 1799 page 2 Huish Episcopi church " 11 Pitney Hundred, c . 1842 " 14 Langport and Huish Episcopi : street plan, 1972 " 18 Langport church "

    Enmore Church

    The south doorway, the Jacobean pulpit, and the panelled chancel arch were retained but the screen was sent to Huish Episcopi 90 and the rood screen window blocked up. Battlements were added to the tower. In the church are a

    Parishes Pitney

    and later as Pitney Western , Pitney Eastern, and Pitney Knole meads; 27 and small shares in Poolmead in Huish Episcopi . 28 Poolmead occurs as Pylmede in 1423 when a new sheep-house was built on Pitney land there. 29

    Introduction Introduction

    18 The hamlet and mill of Paradise lies 2.5 km. S. of High Ham village, on the boundary with Huish Episcopi ; 19 and on the Langport- Somerton turnpike road is the hamlet of Picts or Picks Hill . The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henslowe, at the ad. vanced age of eighty.eight. The deceased became vicar of the united parishes of Laugport and Huish Episcopi about forty-four years ago. George Carr, a miner, has been remanded by the Northeemberland magistrates on the charge of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Churcb. hangport, by the Rev. W. Welsh, brother of the bridegroom, assisted bv the Rev. J. Stubbs, Vicar of Huish Episcopi, Edwin, youngest son of W. T. Welsb, Esq., of Nells, Somerset, to Ethel Isabel, elilest daughter of John Louch, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canon and saccenter in Liandaff Cathedral. Roy. Joseph Stubbie, M.A., head master of Langport Gramniar School ; vicar of Huish Episcopi. Patron, the Archdeacon of Wells. Rev. Marshall Tcvcddell, vicar of St. Lnke'e, Berwick- street ; vicar of St. Saviour's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Caroline Louisa, second daughter of the late Henry Miller, Esq., of Preston. Lancashire. On the 29th ult., at Huish Episcopi, Alfred Fitz Hugh, Esq., Bengal Staff Corps, to Cecilia Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev. E. P. Henslowe, Vicar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17.-The m^MtaSt^A** a servant .girl named Kosina Rue aged 17. in the employ of Mr. John Barnard, farmer of Huish Episcopi, near Langport, W est StL confessed to having burnt a ndsUbw, value 300?., the property of her master, on Subscribers-only content

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