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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brading

    1573 William Meux sold two parts of West Milton to John Worsley of Appuldurcombe, 141 the remaining third being sold by Sir Edward Bannister in 1616 to Sir Richard Worsley . West Milton thus became united with East Milton ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc, May 1701, 02 May 1701-31 May 1701

    lease under the Exchequer seal to George Gollop of the fourth part of the undivided rectory of Poorstock and West Milton Co. Dorset being part of the estate of Thomas Knight outlaw. the like to Thomas Broughton of lands in

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    427. Goldham , Thomas, tidesman inferior list, London port, 364. Gollop , George, lease of Rectory of Poolstock and West Milton, co. Dorset, to, 270. Golstein , Charles, Equerry to Queen Mary, 401. Gondes , Isaac, Lieutenant in Lord Lifford's

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    Poole , Matthew, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442. Pooley , Robert, Commissioner for Stamps, 157. Poolstock and West Milton , co. Dorset, 270. Pope , Michaell, merchant and Alderman of Bristol, 305, 386. -, Roger, Lieut. Col., troop

    Index of persons and Places, U, Z

    -, Auditor of. See Depeyster, A. -, Surveyor General of Plantation Duties under 25 Car. II c. 7, 245. West Milton , co. Dorset, 270. -, Richard, tidesman, Yarmouth port, 259. - Street, Axbridge, co. Somerset, 138. Westall , Richard,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of feed,famr ark ay a asextremyly cautions itub ng stock for the wintar. We neticeda rscet aCv, pens of West Milton shier, wrhichi wore coasiderably p-onr.r in 65e in cnditio than our ca-i euntry sheep. The followu fir acshod a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    similar action was brought by a farmer named Ciosby, living at Epworth, against James Parkin, a potato dealer, of West Milton. The claim was for £5 fs., balance of account for eight loads of potatoes, at 12s. and lls. per Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. SLuart Wortley, fron, Wesleyan Congre- gations tS) at Shedlieldk; Mi. W. H. Leathamn, from Wesleyan congregatious at Rycroft, West Milton, Braithwaite, Eastoliffe, Upper Cumberworth, Hoymnille, Atterdliie, Owlerton, Hemingfield, Bradsworth, and Thornhill. In favour of the Parishl Church Bill, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y. Harrogpto (21. Srjsison~oran-Scarborough v. 22 of Local Clubs. STILXA rTr0as'I-Sklmenuathoi~q 2) v. 1[ikburtan (2). Sourer 5(musmy.--Sonth Eirkby Y. West Milton. SouTIt Merbwozrn.-Southo Milford v. Leeds Meorland. SOUTH MYTOw..-flOUth Mvlon 12) V. East Hull. STsiesiiqLAY.-Staflfinirfey and Farsiley Brit. v. Braddocel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on tile bishop, at the Mansion-house, witis an address." THIE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. CALa TOrinix lInv. A. STIsA-f.-Tlhe coi'rl'egatioli of West Milton, of the PreEbytery of Albany, in connection with the General Assembly of the Old School Presbyteriani Chillrch.of North .Ainerica, Subscribers-only content

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