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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Upton Noble Upton Noble in 1843

    Upton NobleUPTON NOBLE The parish of Upton Noble , 42 also known as Upton Caboche in the 14th century, 43 may derive its prefix from its position on the hill above Batcombe of which it was a chapelry. 44

    List of maps and other plans

    6", Som. LXV . NW. ( 1885 edn.); NW. ( 1885 edn.); SW. ( 1888 edn., survey 1885) 52 Upton Noble in 1843 60 Yarlington in 1838 64 Horethorne Hundred c . 1840 73 Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838

    Bruton Hundred Bruton hundred c . 1840

    Brewham, Bruton , Honeywick , Kn owle (in Shepton Montague ), Milton ( Clevedon ), Pitcombe , Redlynch , Upton (Noble), Wyke (Champflower), and Yarlington . 6 In 1316 Eastrip and the prebendal estate at Wanstrow were also included and

    Introduction

    by the end of the 13th century and cloth was produced at Charlton Horethorne in the 14th and at Upton Noble in the 15th. Bruton and Wincanton were evidently significant by the early 16th century and by the 17th most

    Brewham Brewham in 1839

    1985 the living was a curacy, held between 1856 and 1949 with Redlynch , from 1951 with Batcombe and Upton Noble , and from 1982 also with Bruton . In 1985 it became part of the team ministry of Bruton

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, U, V

    ii. 968. co. Worcester, i. 977, 1095, 1113, 1245; ii. 310, 480, 677, 760, 983, 1082, 1334, 1380, 1444. Upton Noble , co. Somerset, ii. 476. Upton : Mr., ii. 1268. Ambrose, prebendary of Christ Church, Oxford, ii. 982. Arthur,

    Henry VIII, April 1541, 26-30, 26 April 1541-30 April 1541

    Augustine, near Bristol. The lands in Lullyngton, Bekington, Longlete, Offorde, Warmyste r, Codeford, Deverell Longbridge, Hill Deverell, Hornyngesham, Stourton, Upton Noble, Nonney, Frome, Selwood, Wooforde, Wolverton, and Buckland, Somers., parcel of the possessions of the late priory, house, or cell

    Henry VIII, June 1541, 21-30, 21 June 1541-25 June 1541

    of Hartford. Licence to alienate all lands in Lullyngton, Bekyngton, Longleat, Offord, Warmyster, Codford, Deverell Langbryge, Hyldeverell, Hornyngesham, Stourton, Upton Noble, Nonney, Frome, Selwood, Wooford, Wolverton, and Bucklond, Somers., with the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Lullyngton, Somers.,

    Henry VIII, December 1546, 26-31, 01 December 1546-31 December 1546

    earl of Hertford, of all lands in Lullyngton, Bekyngton, Longlete, Offorde, Warmyster, Codeforde, Deverell Longbridge, Hill Deverell, Hornyngesham, Stourton, Upton Noble, Nonney, Frome, Selwoode, Wooforde, Wolverton and Buckland, Soms., which belonged to the priory or cell of Longlete and Charterhouse

    Index, U-Z, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    716 (12). Upton under Haughmond , Salop, i. g. 1166 (20). Upton Magna , Salop, i. g. 1166 (20). Upton Noble. Soms. , ii. g. 648 (11). Upton upon Severn , Worc., i. g. 504 (47). Upwell (Uppewell) , Norf.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROGER, John I (d.1441), of Bridport and Bryanston, Dorset.

    Bridport and Dorchester, and culminated in the take-over of the Lovell estate including, in Somerset, Sparkford, North Cheriton and Upton Noble and, in Dorset, Bryanston, which he made his seat. At first he was partnered in these transactions by his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Snoring, Norfolk to Ph .rl«7._/ * . eldest daughter of the __E_wftS_l *_££ ° 0 f Batcombe cum Upton Noble, Somerset „ , DIED. oni, child oW iT. 16 months ' Harr y "ammond, West and l M^. l1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peterchurch, Hereford- shire.- On the 6th inst., at Cheltenham, a^ed 73, tbe Rev. John Brown, Rector of Batcombe and Upton Noble, Somerset. - On the Bth ult., at Atherington, Devon, aged 81, the Rev. Jajiks Arthur, for 49 years Rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Resignation op the Bishop op Durham.- Dr. Baring, the Bishop of Durham, has sent a circular to the clergy of the Diocese, intimating that, on account of ill- health, he has placed his resignation in the hands Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year of his age, the Rev. Thomas Coney, LL.B. formerly of Pembroke college, 50 years Rector of Batcombe' and Upton Noble. On the 4th inst., at Birmingham, Thomas Rickman, Esq. architect, F.S.A., aged 64 ; author of "The attempt to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scott-Moncrieff, dec To Lord Willonghby d'Eresby i Rev. W. E. Chapman, dec CUBACIES. Alnwick, Northumberland: dio. Durham. Batcombe v*. Upton Noble, Somerset : dio. Bath and Wells. Bath, Holy Trinity. Beaminster, Dorset : dio. Salisbury : stipend £100. Besford and Subscribers-only content

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