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    DIMMOCK, Walter.

    own oratory for one year. Where the oratory was situated is not known, but it may have been at Little Modbury, in south Devon, where other members of the Dimmock family resided, especially as Walter had a reversionary interest in History of Parliament

    ROUS, Richard (c.1621-c.72), of Halton, St. Dominick, Cornw.

    descent from one of the companions of the Conqueror, and his ancestors were seated in the Devonshire manor of Little Modbury under Henry III. His great-grandfather, Sir Anthony Rous, who acquired Halton, was one of the leading Cornish Puritans, sitting History of Parliament

    DIMMOCK, William, of Devon.

    DIMMOCK, William, of Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter 1406 Biography He was perhaps William, son of the William Dimmock who in 1366 held lands in west Devon at Ermington, Harford, North Ludbrook and Plympton and on whom was settled in History of Parliament

    JAYBIEN, John (d.c.1441), of Plymouth, Devon.

    in Liskeard, ‘Nether Trenant’ Lansallos, ‘Kylgalyn’ and Stratton, in Cornwall; but he acquired property in Devon, too, at Huish, Little Modbury and Plymouth, and it was here, at Plymouth, that he chose to reside, perhaps in his house off Bilbury History of Parliament

    Charles II, June 1-10, 1672, 01 June 1672-30 June 1672

    Houses of Thomas Walcott and John Allen, Bungay, Suffolk. Congregational & Anabaptist. 159 & 187 House of Widow Skinner, Little Modbury, Devon Presbyterian. 159 House of John Willis and Peter Legay, Westgate, Chichester. Congregational. 159 House of Jeffery Hickes, Woodford, Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, S, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    John, Congregational, and his house, Clonwell, Gloucestershire, licences requested for licences to, receipt for licences to widow, house of, Little Modbury, Devon, licence requested for licence to Skrine , John, sen., and John, jun., and others of Batheaston and Bathford, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    East Down; Ermington; Exeter; Farndon; Ford in Chivelstone; Gittisham; Halberton; Hartland; Hatherleigh; Hemiocke; Holsworthy; Honiton; Kenn; Kentisbeare; Kingsbridge; Lapford; Little Modbury; Littleham; Loxbeer; Luppit; Lyfton; Manaton; Marldon; Membury; Milton in Harberton; Molland; Moreton; Musbury; Nether Exe; Newton Abbott; Northam; Ogwell; Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the law.'. Fatal Gun Accidents. - A melancholy accident oc- curred a few days since at the viUage of Little Modbury, in Devonshire, which has resulted in the death of a young gentleman of highly respectable connexions. It appears that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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