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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Sherborne

    a licence in 1392 for the alienation of lands in Coringdon, and the reversion of lands and rent in Stoke Abbott to the abbey. 58 The episcopal registers record an indulgence granted by Bishop Mitford in 1397 for a chantry

    Salisbury Charities

    left £3,000 to purchase land, the income from which was to be used for apprenticing Salisbury children. Laverstock Farm, Stoke Abbott (Dors.), was bought for this purpose in 1685 . In 1774 the property was valued at £145 a year.

    Parishes Wayford

    139 The tradition of non-residence continued into the 19th century. Maurice Uphill Hopkins , rector 1793-1819 , lived at Stoke Abbott (Dors.), while his assistant curate was vicar of Winsham . Hopkins 's successor, Richard Symes Cox , rector 1819-45


    , see Lawrence Laverstock , 28, 71, 72, 92, 169, 195, 199; and see Ford Laverstock Farm , in Stoke Abbott (Dors.), 177 Lawrence (Laurenz), Nic., 36 n ; Thos., 48 Leaver Bros ., basket-makers, 131 Lee , Eliz., 169

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    ; Ryme Intrinseca ; Sandford Orcas ; Sandpit ; Seaborough ; Shaftesbury ; Sherborne ; Steepleton Iwerne; Stinsford ; Stoke Abbott ; Swyre ; Tarrant Gunville ; Thorncombe ; Thornford ; Whitchurch Canonicorum ; Wimborne Minster ; Winterborne St. Martin

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    Orchard, widow, Chideock. Thos. Coppithorne, Chideock. John and Widow Wakely, Chideock. Hen. Gibbs, Corscombe. Widow Mullens, Netherbury. Edw. Codrington, Stoke Abbott. Wm. Gayler, Abbotsham, in arms. William and Widow Wareham, Ryle. Eliz. Arundel, Chideock. Rob. Constable, " John Holcombe, " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Clevedon.- James Seale was executed at Dorchester on Monday for the wilful murder of Sarah Ann Guppy, at Stoke Abbott, and also for having set fire to the house in which his victim resided. The prisoner made a full Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no justification for his disicissal. DORCHESTER ASSIZES.-JULY 23. THE M1URDER AT STOKE ABBOTT. James Seal was indicted for the wvilful murder of Saral Ann Guppy, at Stoke Abbott, on the 30th of April last. Mr. Stock stated that the deceased Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of England, and connection with the Church of Rome, of the Rev. Charles John Pratt Forster, MI.A., curate of Stoke Abbott, Dorsetshire, and chaplain to the Beamin ster Union. Mr. Forster was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he graduated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about February 14, in support of the Ladies' Association for the 'Encouragement of British Woollen Industries." Mr. Clara, of Stoke Abbott, Whilst present at the felling of some immense trees on Thursday, was crushed to death by otis of thu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4£t3; by~ Pollicle-oustaladl Lavender. The following day (Satur- cWt.; day aniqetwas hold on the bodity at the AnchorInw t Stoke Abbott, before Mr. S. S9. Cory ad a uyo egte.Quest The mother of the deceased identified the body as soldf Subscribers-only content

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