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  • * Victoria County History *

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    the village from Sutton Mallet and Stawell in the west, and from Chilton Polden , Edington , and Catcott in the northeast, each representing ancient ways from chapels to the mother church. That direct from Sutton Mallet was known as

    Introduction Introduction

    tithing. 2 The tithing measured 974 a. in 1840 . 3 In 1933 the civil parish absorbed that of Sutton Mallet 4 and in 1981 it measured 917 ha. (1,270 a.). 5 In that year parts of Edington and Catcott

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    Introduction Introduction SUTTON MALLET TOPOGRAPHY Sutton Mallet , one of five chapelries of Moorlinch , lies on the lowest slopes of the south side of the Polden ridge and on the edge of King's Sedgemoor. 18 It was known as

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    , church, 2002 (© English Heritage. NMR. BB016030) 183 60 Sutton Mallet parish 1837 185 61 Sutton Mallet , church, 2002 (© English Heritage. NMR. BB016021) 189 62 Sutton Mallet , church, 2002 (© English Heritage. NMR. BB016023) 189 63

    Edington

    the north; two formerly led south to the ridge, one, reduced in Edington to a footpath, led directly to Sutton Mallet and the Sedgemoor allotment. 22 The Glastonbury canal was built through the northern part of the parish between Edington

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uclca chaplain aud secretary of Partis College, ialttj, Patrons, the Trustees. Rev. Robert Walter Churchill Hamilton, sole charge of Sutton Mallet and Stawell, Blidgewater, rector of Elmsthorpe, and vicar of Earl Shilton. Patron, the Rarl of Lovelace. iter. L t. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bray, Bedford- J*- I*'1 *' ** b 2i ,, -2?- * Wham Tho-UAs, Cardiff, beerhouse keeper. E. Trood, jun., Sutton Mallet. Somerset shirs, ac- oo-mtairt. B>obert J. Wa-rua, Great Malvern, out of bual- ***_*>i^ n E Williams, jun , Bearinghan-street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev W. Bree, M A.,, rector of Allesley- patron, the trustees, Rev W. J. Buckland, curate of Stawell and Sutton Mallet, Somerset; Key 8. Bullock, curate of A3ton, Birmingham ; Rev C. Buid, M.A.,. curate of Denton, Norfolk ; Rev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :i - n<>w vicar of Earl Shilton, the Rev. R. C. Hamil- :m. who formerly held a curacy at Sutton Mallet, S erset, read himself in at tbe morning service on Sua hv. and preached to a large congregation inthe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wootton-Courtney, Somerset. Rev. F. S. Tireman, to the perpetual curacy of Wilton- in-Cleveland, Yorkshire. Rev. A. Townsend, to the curacy of Wick St. Laurence, Somerset. Rev. E. J. P. Wilkias, to the curacy of Sutton Mallet with Stawell, Somerset. Subscribers-only content

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