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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Baltonsborough

    Parishes BaltonsboroughBALTONSBOROUGH The parish and ancient chapelry of Baltonsborough lies in the broad, flat Brue valley 5 km. south-east of Glastonbury . 1 It may derive part of its name from a barrow mentioned in its north arable field


    park; the wooded landscape towards Pennard Hill , including West Bradley and North Wootton ; and the Brue valley between Baltonsborough and Butleigh where moors contrast with t he wooded ridge sheltering Compton Dundon beyond. Directly west is the broad

    Parishes West Bradley

    in Baltonsborough resulting from inclosure, probably in the later 17th century. 3 West Bradley measured 626 a. in 1843 . 4 Lottisham was joined to it in 1879 , 5 but in 1884 it lost those areas surrounded by Baltonsborough

    List of Illustrations and Maps

    R. Newcourt , c . 1655 (S.A.S.) 52 31 Baltonsborough parish in 1842 60 32 The moors south of Glastonbury (S.S.L.) 61 33 Baltonsborough , Gatehouse, 1973 (S.S.L.) 64 34 Baltonsborough , Moravian chapel and minister's house, c . 1860

    Parishes Butleigh

    1429 . 410 The living, which included the chapelry of Baltonsborough until 1895, 411 remained a sole benefice until 1980 , from which date it was held again with Baltonsborough and West Bradley . 412 The abbot and convent of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Minute Book, April 1661, 01 April 1661-30 April 1661

    Customs Commissioners. [ Early Entry Book VIII. p. 231. ] April 8. The Surveyor General's certificate read of lands called Baltonsborough Moor, being by way of report on the petition of Edward Keeling for a lease of same as a

    Edward VI - Volume 14, June 1552, 01 June 1552-30 June 1552

    hold a visitation. For Mr. Cofferer (John Ryther) to have either the Manor of West Pemered [Pennard? ] or of Baltonsborough, Co. Somerset. For Chittewood for two Parks in Sussex. For Dr. Leyson for lands in Carmarthen and the farm Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    concerning a discovery of several parcels of woods and ground called the North and South woods in the parish of Baltonsborough, co. Somerset, parcel of the demesnes of the Abbey of Glaston, and several acres of moorish ground called Kennard

    Minute Book, March 1661, 01 March 1661-31 March 1661

    . VIII. p. 202. ] Same from Edward Keling concerning a discovery of 147 acres of ground called Churchmore or Baltonsborough Moor, co. Somerset, part of the demesnes of Glastonbury Abbey. Referred : to the Surveyor General of Lands. [

    Volume G 251, June 1650, 01 June 1650-30 June 1650

    he let better bargains to them than to others, as in the case of [Thos. ] Martin, a Papist, of Baltonsborough, to whose use one Pyke took his estate for 46 l . a year, when Thos. Prew offered 60 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1829, 2 March 1829

    G Parishes comprised within the ancient Jurisdiction of Glastonbiwy, in the County of Somerset, namely, Butleigh, Baltonsborough, West Pennard, Saint-John-the-Baptist Glastonbury, Saint-Benedict Glastonbury, Godney, Meare, Ashcott, Shaptcick, Walton, Street, MoorUnch, Sutton, Starve!!, Chilton- P olden, Edington, Grcinton, Othery, MiddUzoy, Catcott, Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1833, 1 April 1833

    a happy and enlightened And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parishes of Bacton St. Davids, Baltonsborough, Butleigh and Complon, in the County of Somerset, whose Table. Names are thereunto subscribed ; severally praying their Lordships Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Ay- ton and Newton in Cleveland, 109. Bacton and Crostwigtit, 162. Badgeworth, 135. Badingham, 167. Badlesmere, 237. Badock (Two Petitions), 109. Bagborough, West, 156. Baldock, 237. Balscott, 162. Baltonsborough, 207. Bampton, 162. Bapchild, 2-37. Barcheston, 167. Bardfield, Great, 96. Barford, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    — 60 Geo. III. 75 BALTONSBOROUGH, Somersetshire : Parish or Chapelry of Drainage Bill, 41 Geo.3. (u.k.) vide Wooton (North). BAMFORD, Lancashire : Road Bills, 37 & 47 Geo. 3. vide Rochdale, Town of. BAMFORD WOODGATE, Derbyshire: Road Bill, 33 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    44 Geo. 3. wide Stafford, Town of. WOOTON (NORTH), Somersetshire: Parish of and Parishes or Chapelries of Pilton, West Pennard, Baltonsborough, Barton Saint David, Butleigh, Street, Glaston Saint John, Glaston Saint Benedict, Walton Ashcot, Shapwick, Moorlinch, Catcott, Chilton, Edington, Cossington, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    maker-F. Williams, Bristol, ship bailder-J. Freetlh, Birmingham, ironmonger-T. Phipps, Southanmpton row, Bloomasioy, bookseller-J. Yoreose, oud- gate hill, grocer-W. F. Fussell, Baltonsborough, Somerset. shire, tanner. SCOTCH SE'QUESTRATIONS. J. Richards, GIa gow, gun manufacturer-R. Edgar, Glu- gow, nmanufacturer. Friday, Jtly 24. PARTNERSHIPS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ewens, and Omomanney, Basingbsal street C. R. Guy, Helaton, Cornwall, grocer. [Sdndys and Pearson, Serjeants' inn, Fleet street. 3. Dauncey, Baltonsborough, Somersetslhire, cattle dealer [Wigglesworth, Ridadals, and GoaddaekGray a mn square W. Cosyor, T. Ridadale, J. Sooiar, It. Stapleton, 3. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the remains were found on the buttress of Waterloo Bridge. Another marker has been shot on a rifle range. At Baltonsborough, last Tueslay, a youth of thir- t~en, who had been marking for the 25th Somerset, incautiously left his mantlet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Another volunteer Iharkersa been shot. A youth of thbiteen left the mantlet to paint the target on the range at Baltonsborough, and, forgetting to take higdanger flag with him, was shot through the breast, and died almost immediately. tlichael Morrison Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freeth, Birmingham, Ironmonger ud. T. Philp. Southampton row, Bloomsbury, bookseller .. J. Youens, Ludgate hill, grecsF is W. F. Fussell. Baltonsborough. tanner htr PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. eo Phillips and Mhanby, Castle-street, Iolborin, law statloners o J. Ankderson and J. Hodgso-n, Carrisle, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richardus Bridges, 13/7/1627

    Bridges Forename Richardus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 13/7/1627 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Baltonsborough// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Vc 58 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laud, William/Bath & Wells 1626- 1628 Comment

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