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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chedzoy Economic history

    by one bought at Barrington and re-erected in 1356 -7. 64 It was sited in the east field on Mill Batch . 65 It was evidently of the smock post type and was blown down and destroyed in 1827 .

    Pawlett Economic history

    mill in 1528 . 55 A windmill was mentioned until 1696. 56 It stood on a mound east of Mill Batch field on Pawlett Hill . 57 Mill Moot in South Field in 1647 58 may represent an earlier site

    Glastonbury Introduction

    built in 1821 -2. About 1780 the Shepton Mallet Trust adopted the present Bere Lane, Lambrook and Chilkwell streets, Coursing Batch , and the road through Edgarley to West Pennard . The roads of the Wells Trust were disturnpiked in

    Stoke St. Milborough STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH IN 1842 Stoke St. Milborough: The Church of St. Milborough

    11 cottages on Stoke Gorse and 24 on Brown Clee , 72 grouped at Mount Flirt , Blackford , and Batch Gutter; many were less than 25 years old. 73 The parish's population grew rapidly and stood at 554 in

    Parishes Durrington

    . 121 The land was owned c . 1622 by Anthony Trotman 122 and in 1735 by John Batch (d. 1767). From Batch 's sister Anne Marsh (d. 1770), Marsh 's farm passed to her son Thomas Marsh , who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cia s: h bod fel Cymanfa yn anfon anogaeth i . Gee, Y ola4 ddwyn allan holl waith y diweddar Batch. Thomas ) Jones, o Ddinbych. a i yr Cefnetwyd hyn gan y Parch. 0. Thomas, a char- iwyd ef Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jUm bbiat-th. [LLYYRYDDIAEM Y CyaRy. Gan y diweddar Batch. WILL ROWL"-DS (Gwilym Lleyn); gyda c waitegion a chyweiriadau gany;Parch. D. SILVYAf &EwAs. -B.D. Llaridloes: Argraffwyd a chy- hoedvdwyd gan John Pryse, 1869;] &I;Ephakuswn ddyweyd fod hwn ymnhlith y llyfrau pwysicfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -lniaut gfiy Paicih. Thomasev- - CYITMITH 'YR YSGUYTHfYR :'g' y diweddar Barcb. '. Hughes, Liverpool. Gydadarlunianuprydferth. DRYCH PROHWYDOIAETH: an ydiweddar Batch. John H3ughes,,LiTevpP0L GYds darlmniau. uVWRDYDffiAAE T NAT'tIOL; sn W. Payley, D.D. GWIIONEDD A CPIIORNAD g y Parch. E. Bonmar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cyfarfodi Taei~' h yn tear ddymunwyd 4r yr yagolion i brynu pregetbau y Parch. Dr. Edwards, a'r diweddar Batch. Edward Morgan, a'u dosbortbeu gyatal ag y gellir. Daniilbwyd cjifa- ceyfarfod llenydd&lydoabartb. Hysbyayd y disgwylir i'r boll ysgolion ofala Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y PBOFIDYDD YSPrYTHOL; gas y Parh. J. 3 Hogls. PBGEAWD'U, gai Y diweddar Bgach. 3. sHgheS, " LWerpool. BUCyDBEIP yyffweddar Batch. J. HHhets, LiverpooL YBD ABKffS'A G*YBBG. ,:- :* GRAMAIDEG ErDDBOL; g D nD.B a Roberts Pawydd.) ENGLISH &3Iu WELSH Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1727, 12 February 1728

    Richard Woollafion Efquire and Rebecca his Wife, were Plaintiffs, and Richard Knight Senior, William Deakin and Sufan his Wife, Richard Batch Senior, Richard Tedßill, John Hyde, and Nicholas Edwards, were De¬ fendants ; and wherein the faid Deakin and his Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1728, 24 February 1729

    Wollafion Efquire and Rebec¬ ca his Wife, were Plaintiffs, and Richard Knight Senior, William Deakin and Sufanna his Wife, Richard Batch Senior, Richard Tedfiill, John Hyde, and Nicholas Ed- wards, were Defendants ; and wherein the faid William Deakin and Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1747, 5 May 1747

    no Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1747, Oath, " The fame were true Copies, he having exa- T\ IE Jovis, 70 Maji. *' rained them with the Originals in the proper Offices -i-^ " in Ireland." Domini Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1764, 12 March 1764

    49 6 Journals of the Houfe of Lords, A, 176. A MeiTage was brought from the Houfe of Com- "Carter to take the Name of i it"V /"• 1 ~.i Pollard, Bill. nions, by Mr. L>ray and others : Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1790, 30 March 1790

    ing, and en doling certain Moors, Commons, or Wafte Lands, called Edington. otherwife Burtle Moor, E'iß Heath, WeßlSsaih, and Clyde Batch, within the t( Hamlet of Edington and Parifh of Moorlinch, in the ee County of Samerfit¦" to which they Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BALCH, Robert (1724-79), of Nether Stowey, Som.

    at Bridgwater’, and that Pelham ‘seemed to be well enough satisfied from the character I gave Mr. Balch’.[footnote] Returned unopposed, Batch was re-elected as a government supporter in 1754, but was defeated in 1761 and did not stand again. He


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