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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Abbas and Temple Combe Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 Abbas and Temple Combe

    Abbas and Temple Combe ABBAS AND TEMPLE COMBE Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 Abbas and Temple CombeTemple Combe Station in 1909 The parish of Abbas and Temple Combe , comprising the two villages of those names and the

    Horethorne Hundred Horethorne Hundred c. 1840

    Sir John Jacob . 27 Ownership then descended like Temple Combe manor until 1672 or later. 28 Horethorne Hundred c. 1840 Thomas Medlycott retained the hundred after selling Temple Combe manor and was still in possession c . 1741. 29

    Henstridge Henstridge in 1839

    been an earlier east-west route. 79 In 1863 the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway Company opened a line between Temple Combe and Blandford (Dors.) which ran east of Henstridge village. The small station and line were closed in 1966 .

    Stowell Stowell in 1839

    in the west of the parish. A strip of Forest Marble clay along the north-eastern boundary with Abbas and Temple Combe is occupied by the church, the former manor house, and the rectory house. 32 Lanes radiated from the village

    List of maps and other plans

    1885) 52 Upton Noble in 1843 60 Yarlington in 1838 64 Horethorne Hundred c . 1840 73 Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 75 Templecombe station in 1901 . From O.S. Map 1/2,500, Som. LXXV .16 ( 1903 edn., survey

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, April 1610, 01 April 1610-30 April 1610

    may keep the said church and parsonage, howsoever the title fall out betwixt Lord Stourton and Sir George Trenchard. Temple Combe, 4 April, 1610. Signed 1 p . ( 128 111) The Prince de Joinville to the Earl of Salisbury

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    Rockbourne (Rockborne), co. Hants. 163, 187 letter dated from, 188 Rockinge. See Rocquigny, Adrian de Rocliffe , George, of Temple Combe, co. Somerset letter to Duke Brooke, 75 Rocquigny (Rockinge), Adrian de, of London, jeweller payment to, 202 Roderigo ,

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    Bucks. indicted for offence of depopulation, 90 Temple , Mr. petition to, 314, 315 Temple Bar , London 221 Temple Combe , co. Somerset letter dated from, 212 Tennis Viscount Cranborne loses to Earl of Montgomery at, 299 Termon Grache.

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    co. Notts. 138 Brooke , Lord. See Greville, Robert Brooke , Charles, of Temple Combe, co. Somerset his bonds, 177 Brooke , Duke, of Temple Combe, co. Somerset ( d 1606) Rocliffe's letter to, 75 and n Brooke , Elizabeth,

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    919. -, -, kt., 105, 500. -, William, esq., 105. Tempill , Roger, gent., of Barton under Needwood, 636. Temple Combe , Templecombe, Som., preceptory of Hospitallers at, 25. -, -, preceptor of. See Dalyson. Templeguytyng. See Guiting, Temple. Temple Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Franeis Low, Esq., The Grove, Killinoy, to Annie Elizabeth, daughter of John Curry, Esq., of Dublin. June 5, at Temple Combe, Somersetshire, John A. L. Tigho, of H.M.'s 58th Regiment, to Cornelia Beskmann, eldest daughter of the late A. Blake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wells Assizes, Daniel Case, aged 21, was found guilty of setting fire to the cottage of Nancy Oliver, at Temple Combe. He set fire to two other pre. saises the same night, out of pore wnrwtonne-s for he said he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Errors At Somerset Assizes, D. Case was found guilty of setting fire ro a dwelling-house and three cottages at Temple Combe, but recommended to mercy on tbe ground that the principal evidence against him was that of an accessory. Jurors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    builder, Dec. 14 PUBLIC EXAMINATION. Fletcher J. C, Ipswich, provision merchant, Jan. 27 Married.- On the 26ch November, at Temple Combe, Henley-on-Thames, LIONEL Brooke, Major 2nd Battn. Connaught Rangers, fourth son of Lady Arabella Brooke and the late Mr. George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Al^ood Green Walls, Dodlestou, Chester ; Isaac A. Brown Ridley Hall, Tarporley ; C. W. Francis, Horsington *arm, Temple Combe, Somerset ; Mn. Mary Rntter, Daisy Bank Farm, Tattenhall, Chester; John Sumner, Cross Lane Farm, Bickley, Malpae. Commended: Richard Subscribers-only content

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