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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bawdrip Charities for the poor

    Bawdrip Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Elizabeth Stradling in 1805 and Grace Callow by will proved 1875 each left £100 for the poor. Dinah Ritchie gave £100 in 1856 for bread and coal and Frances Stribbling

    Bawdrip Economic history

    Bawdrip Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. There was land for 11 ploughteams on the four estates of Bawdrip , Bradney , Crandon, and Crook in 1086 . 15 Bawdrip , the largest, had a small demesne arable farm for 1 ploughteam

    Bawdrip Local government

    Bawdrip Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In the Middle Ages the parish formed a single tithing, 52 for fiscal purposes later sometimes called Bawdrip with Bradney or Bawdrip with Crandon. 53 In the 1670s a tithingman of Crandon attended the court

    Bawdrip Manors and other estates

    Bawdrip Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. BAWDRIP was held by Renewald from Walter of Douai in 1086 ; Merlesuain had held it in 1066 . 58 It was held as of Castle Cary until the 16th century

    Bawdrip Bawdrip 1841

    BawdripBAWDRIPBawdrip 1841 Bawdrip parish lies on the south side of the Polden ridge 5 km. north-east from Bridgwater . 1 It stretches for 5 km. along the slope from Dunball in Puriton on the west to Stawell village

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of the Exchequer, 1571-1611

    and Cardiff. R.O. Exchequer Depositions by Commission . 28 Eliz. 1586. East. 15. Glam. Thomas Bawdrip versus William Basset and others. Will of William Bawdrip, Hundreds of Cardiff & c. William Bawdrippe was seized of the Manor of Odyn's Fee

    Star Chamber Proceedings, 1538-97

    County of Glamorgan, gent, aged 29. 3. Being told that one in the said Mr. Edmund Mathew's house, namely Thomas Bawdrip, esquire, was ready to discharge a pistol, he did throw a stone into one of the windows of the

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    of Penmark, esquire, built a fair house at the Splott and made the same his chief residence. (Abbreviate.) 1626. William Bawdrip of Splott, esquire, was M.P. for Cardiff. This year, or soon after, he sold Penmark and Splott to Sir

    Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents (c.1500-c.1800)

    Bawdrippe esquio r father to Thomas Bawdrippe that maried a doughter of S r John Ragland knight, ffather to William Bawdrip knight that maried a do: of M'ga' Gamedg esq r ffather to Thomas that maried a doughter of xp[ist

    Henry VIII, April 1519, 01 April 1519-30 April 1519

    BUCKINGHAM. Recognizance of 500 mks. entered into by Sir Thos. Gamage, of Coyty, Sir John Raghan, of Carnlloyd, Sir Wm. Bawdrip, of Penmarke, and John Turbervile, of Tythegeston, all of co. Glamorgan and Morgan, 24 April 11 Hen. VIII., at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WROUGHTON, Thomas (c.1540-97), of Broad Hinton, Wilts.

    miles south-west of Marlborough and close to his wife’s lands in Wilcot and Stowell. He also inherited the manor of Bawdrip, Somerset. In 1573 he and Sir Giles Poole and his wife conveyed Broad Hinton for £700 to Henry Poole†

    WORFTON, William (c.1366-1408), of Broad Hinton, Wilts.

    it had been arranged that when Beaupyne and his wife died the Worftons should have their manor and advowson of Bawdrip in Somerset. In fact, when shortly afterwards Beaupyne did die, his widow gave up her life interest. Worfton and

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Stradling, 17/12/1804

    Stradling Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 17/12/1804 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bawdrip// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 33 (Beadon Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802- 1824 Comment

    Samuel Simmons, 14/10/1806

    Simmons Forename Samuel Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 14/10/1806 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bawdrip// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 33 (Beadon Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802- 1824 Comment

    William Smith Knott, 11/1/1828

    Knott Forename William Smith Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 11/1/1828 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bawdrip// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 34 (Law's Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824-

    John Bowen, 17/9/1835

    Bowen Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 17/9/1835 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bawdrip// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 34 (Law's Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824- 1845

    Benjaminus Melliar, 7/4/1728

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Melliar Forename Benjaminus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 7/4/1728 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bawdrip// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B.Reg/26 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wynne, John/Bath & Wells 1727- 1743 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1759, 22 January 1759

    Bridge, in the Pariili of Bazudrip, in the faid County of SomerJ'd; and from thence through the fcyeral Parimes of Bawdrip, Cojftnglon, Stawell, Chilton, Edington, Cat- cott, and Sliapwick, in the faid County, to Pipers Inn, in the Parifh of Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1772, 2 April 1772

    linch, Grienton, Woolavington, Aflicoit, Pedzvell, Walton, Street, Biitleigh, Complon Dundon, Weflon Zoyland, Midle- zoy, Oihery, High Ham, Dunivare, Bower, Horfey, Bawdrip, Badney, Netherham, Aller, Chedzoy, Littleton, Hritroif, Somerton, Pitney, Wearn, Wootton, Charleston Mackerel, Charlton Adam, and Long Sutton, in the Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1775, 23 November 1775

    Owners and Proprietors of ton Zoyland, Middlezoy, Othery, Higham, Dunware, Lands and Grounds, within .the Common Fields of Bower, Horfey, Bawdrip, Bradney, Netherham, Jller, Long Stow and Upthorte, in the County of Huntingdon, Chedzoy, Littleton, Hurcott, Somerton, Pitney, Wearny was Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1791, 18 February 1791

    which lies in, or near, or adjoining to, the several Parishes of Somerton, Compton Dundon, Walton, Othery, Chedzoy, Middlezoy, IVestonzoyland, Bawdrip, Bridgwater, Woollavington, Butleigh, Highham, Lozvham, Shapzvick, Cossington, Greinton, Ashcott, Street, Pitney, AUer, and Moorlinch, in the County of Somerset, Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1834, 25 March 1834

    4 Will. IV. 25° Martiu 161 a re. l. iated 59. 59. .59. led 159. iition .nts. 159. rsand ces. Superannua¬ tions. No. 160. Increase and Diminution of Salaries. No. 171. Report on Highland Roads *n<1 Bridges. No. 164. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. 'izEFrnlEEMNTS AND ADpOiimStENTS. Rev. J. J. Beddow; Vicar of Drypool, Hull-patrons, i the trustoes. Rev. R. Blight, B.A.; Vicar of Fearing Kiugston anid East Prestoun, Sussex-patron, the Bishop of Cbichester. Rev. P. lf. Bowers, .A. : Rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 w.e; hot oitd cold wvter. Latest sayntarv arrausno-'nt3 Ztiled hesrtbs, is.: . Pricoanid particnlaoswpp:y (Icyor, iider oontho. OMIERSET.-UPLANDS HOUSE, Bawdrip, Bridg- eoiter.-Tobe LIT, Tnth immediate raos.>sicn. the abr'aeitht- fully sitnatPd UeSIDENCEOt, cataning *:our reeePton nsd e oecn bed roon-s, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buckinghamshire. carpenter. D. M'Crnnm Liverpool, milliner. J. Moore, Spridlington, Lincoloshire' sheemaker. W. Morris, Bridgwater, Somersetshire, journhiey man saddler. R. Valmer, Bawdrip, Somersetshire, haaer. W. E. Rutty, Worcester, coach body maker. T. SlymeB, BirIdg-W water, Somersetshire, master mantiner. 969TCq SEQU5BTRATiOxs.-.AlexanderAllison, ion., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Arts. The Si Rev. W. S. Kniott, Vicar' of Bilhop's Lydeard, s is inlittitetl to the valuable Reaory of Bawdrip, Aj %vith, the perpetual advowfon thereto annexed. Ni Mr. Richards, of Queen's College, is no longer u a candidate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GREEN ITHbRlE, lBath, plumber, Stay 0i, at 11. JOSEPB BAICE, Pembury, EHeat, frulterer, Sl ay 9, at 12. CHAILzs MIABER, Bawdrip, Somersetslire, blacksmith, May 14, at 10 GEORO E BATES, Itipon, Yorkshire, organist, Stay 9, at 11. SAsIPSON itHEAD, Bucknali, Subscribers-only content

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