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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norton Ferris Hundred Norton Ferris Hundred c. 1840

    Norton Ferris Hundred NORTON FERRIS HUNDRED Norton Ferris Hundred c. 1840 The hundred was reckoned as part of Bruton hundred in the geld inquest of 1084, 1 perhaps the last formal trace of the royal manor and minster parish of

    List of maps and other plans

    109 Horsington in 1839 120 Marston Magna in 1839 132 Milborne Port in 1839 139 Stowell in 1839 157 Norton Ferris Hundred c . 1840 161 Bratton Seymour in 1840 164 Charlton Musgrove in 1839 171 Cucklington in 1838 178

    Bruton Hundred Bruton hundred c . 1840

    areas of land subsequently separated from it, the first named in two contemporary Exeter lists as Wincanton and subsequently Norton Ferris hundred; and the second, called Blachethorna , possibly the later Catsash hundred. 2 By 1212 the hundred comprised the

    Introduction

    of Bruton , Horethorne, and Norton Ferris cover the south-east corner of Somerset bordering Wiltshire and Dorset . The area comprises the outliers of Salisbury Plain on its eastern side and part of a clay vale to the west. Its

    Horethorne Hundred Horethorne Hundred c. 1840

    hayward who often also served as hayward of Abbas Combe manor. 45 A single salaried bailiff served Horethorne and Norton Ferris hundreds until 1859 or later. 46 C. Thornton , 'The Demesne of Rimpton , 938- 1412 ' (Univ. of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Mary - Volume 11, December 1557, 01 December 1557-31 December 1557

    on the Sacrament and the Mass. 69. Memorandum for grant of a lease of the Manors of Kilmington and Norton Ferris, co. Somerset, parcel of the late Lord Stourton's estate. 70. Note of the assessment of certain Venetian merchants residing Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    but ought to have been taxed in the hundred of Tintenhull (p. 31). Again; the hundreds of Bruton and Norton Ferris, in the same county of Somerset, complained to the Council that in all general taxations they had been accustomed Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    Cadiz, 57. Dudley, 430. letter from, 115. Henry, with corn, at Bayonne, 247. Norton , letter dated at, 388. Norton Ferris , co. Somerset, manor of, 130. Nottingham : co. of, Babyngton's lands in, 175. Earl of. See Howard. Novye

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    residents in thieves in Earl an d Countess of, see Percy. Northwich , hundred of Norton letter dated from Norton Ferris , hundred of Norton Bonham (King's Printer) Thos. Norway Norwich aldermen and sheriffs of aliens in, see Aliens. Castle Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 348, February 23-28, 1637, 23 February 1637-28 February 1637

    . [3 pp . ] [Feb. 26. ] 47. Petition of the Inhabitants of the Hundreds of Bruton and Norton Ferris, Somerset, to the Council. Have heretofore informed the Lords with the great overcharge laid on them in levying the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    breeds, principally shorthorns, were entered, and amongst the exhibitors were some very celebrated breeders:-Strat- ton, of Swindon, Card, of Norton Ferris, Niblett, of Bris- tol, Luttley, of Cannington, Abbott and Hitchman, of Long Ashton, Watts, of Freshford, Phillips, of Bromsboro, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town the South Afrtoan diamond trade last year SSS&'mirft 532™ year by 463 ' 869 oMat> Mr Harding, of Norton Ferris, Somerset, haa met wl*h his death under distressing circumstances. He waa hold <* a gun when apparently something caught Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magna, near Gilling. ham, Dorset, a well-known agriculturist, having taken a farm formerly in the occupation of Mr. Harding, Norton Ferris, Somerset, went to have a look over it on Saturday afternoon. He arranged with Mr. Harding to have some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Witts . . Genu . Joseph Mackrell Do do . . Do William Mitchell ...... Mere Yeoman William Mids Norton Ferris, parish of Remington, So- merset . . Gent. Charles Peter Moody . . Holway Farm, Sher- borne . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kingston, Wilts - GenUeman Joseph Mackrell - Do - Do William Mitchell - Mere - Yeoman William Mells - Norton Ferris, Kilming- ton, Somerset - GenUeman Mary Mullett - Longfieet, Poole - Widow John Miles - Salisbury - Surgeon Jane Subscribers-only content

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