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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLAVELL, John (1541-1609), of Barneston and Wareham, Dorset.

    1577. Biography Clavell and his brother William were deeply implicated in the piracy rampant in the Isle of Purbeck during the early 1580s, and his return to Parliament, just after the trial and execution of the pirate Clinton Atkinson, for

    GERARD, Christopher, of Wareham, Dorset.

    1589 Biography Gerard’s family came from the Isle of Purbeck, and was connected by marriage with the Clavells and Daccombes. In 1586 Gerard signed the borough election indenture, and he was himself returned to the following Parliament. In 1610, Christopher

    CLAVELL, George (1725-74), of Smedmore, in Kimmeridge, Dorset.

    Mar. 1752 1754 Biography George Clavell came of an ancient Isle of Purbeck family, who had been seated there since the time of Henry VI.[footnote] His mother was the sister of Joseph Damer of Winterbourne Came, near Dorchester, and the

    HAWLEY, Francis (d.1594), of Corfe Castle, Dorset.

    Corfe Castle 1586 Corfe Castle 1589 Ofifces Held Dep. v.-adm. Isle of Purbeck to Christopher Hatton I by 1577; commr. piracy and j.p. Dorset 1583, dep. v.-adm. Dorset to Thomas Howard by 1586. Biography Hawley was the creature of Sir

    OKEDEN, William (?1662-1718), of Little Critchell, Dorset.

    Ellingham, Hants, since the time of Henry VII, succeeded to Little Critchell and properties in Corfe and the Isle of Purbeck, on the death of his maternal grandfather George Uvedale in 1629.[footnote] Returned for Corfe Castle as a Whig in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 95, January 1574, 01 January 1574-31 January 1574

    Council on various subjects. Review of Captain Morgan's men. Mr. Hatton's request as to a ship in the Isle of Purbeck thought inconvenient. Jan. 8. Lease from Tho. Elliot to Francis Hunt, of a messuage or tenement in the parish Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, July 1655, 01 July 1655-31 July 1655

    and George Rythe, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, Middlesex, beg leave to prove their title to of Gedlingston house, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, and out-houses and sundry lands, demised to them 6 July last by Thos. Wells for 21 years, or Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 113, May 1577, 01 May 1577-31 May 1577

    the number appointed. The arms and ammunition must be procured from London. A new warrant required for the Isle of Purbeck. The town of Poole refuse to bear their share in the charges. Names of the trainers and training places. Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, 17th Century

    as follows: "Brownesea is a little island lyinge by the channell or going forth betwene Poole and the Isle of Purbeck; the length thereof by his extreames is 411 pertches and at the brodest place is over 206 perches. Yt

    Cecil Papers, July 1586, 01 July 1586-31 July 1586

    being sold by Mr. Ha liday Sir Christopher Hatton's man, and now Captain of Corfe Castle in the Isle of Purbeck to one Mr. Philipps, a gentleman dwelling at Corfe Mulinge [Moulin ] . Mr. Philipps sent the ship to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there was no compromise, and opposed the amendment.-For the amendment, 23; against it,S2. Mr. BsST moved, that the Isle of Purbeck be added to Warehasn.- Lord ALTHoRP proposed rather to add Corfe Castle.-For the addition of Corfe Castle, 55; against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    survivor of the few that were saved in that dreadful wreck of the Halsewell East Indiaman, off the Isle of Purbeck, on the coast of Dorsetshire, 59 years ago, where 166 lives were lost and 74 saved. Harrison's name is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rectory of Whippingham, and a canonry in Salisbury cathedral. The snow was three inches deep in the Isle of Purbeck on the morning of the 4th inst. The Winchester hills were also covered with snow. Snow also fell early Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woo received at Southamtipton, on Tuesday, announcing that the 3rezilialh iisal stesriier Tyne had gone ashore on tile Isle of Purbeck. It appears th-:t the Tyise experienced tremendous weather between St Vincent anid Teneriffif. In the Ety of BiScaY the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but breached through the range of chalk hills which at one tinie must have extended continuously acrossto the Isle of Purbeck aohichthe'Needes'are the only lingering wrecks. It is sid that the waves, during storms, throw up stones to a SeaIgt Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Thompson, 22/1/1785

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 217730 Linked to person: Thompson, John 1782-1785 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Thompson Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 22/1/1785 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    Richard Williams, 22/1/1785

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 217730 Linked to person: Williams, Richard 1785-1801 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename Richard Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 22/1/1785 Office/Status Rector

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