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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tottenham Manors

    quitclaimed his rights to the property in 1346 . 41 From 1360 the estate was leased out by William of Brightley , 42 Sir John 's cousin and heir, whose widow Joan in 1388 released all her dower rights there

    Index A-J

    , Bridgwater Ironworks , Bridgwater Museum Society , Bridgwater Railway Co. , Bridgwater Without , par., Bridp ort (Dors.) , Brightley : Christine, see Cornu Edw., Brihtric , king of Wessex, Bristive (fl. 1066) , Bristol , bell foundry, bp.,

    Index A-J

    brook, Bridport , Vct., see Hood Briggs : Martin , architect, Steph., Brightbrook , Wm., Brightiff , C. H., architect, Brightley : Joan, wid. of Wm. of, Wm. of, Brightwen , Mrs. Eliza , Brikenden , John, vicar of South

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SADELER, Henry.

    SADELER, Henry. Constituency Dates Dartmouth Dec. 1421 Biography Save in the parliamentary return, Sadeler is recorded only once: in 1426, when he was enfeoffed of a number of manors in Devon by Thomas Fitzwaryn of Brightley.CP25(1)46/80/38.

    COBBLEY, Robert, of Exeter, Devon.

    crimes in the area.[footnote] Robert may have been the father of Walter Cobbley, a fellow steward in 1409-10, and of John Cobbley, who married Isabel, daughter of Thomas Brightley and so came into possession of Brightley in Chittlehampton (near Barnstaple).[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    see thousands of steady men in every county of England interested in the business of the country, and prepared to fight with their employers for its defence from internal and external foes. I am, &c., Brightley, 11th Sept. HENRY ATHERTON. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Dorset, is certainly the central object in Mr. Pulman's charming landscape. Founded in the twelfth century by Monks of Brightley, it flourished under a whole dynasty of abbots, until it was sur- rendered by its last abbot to Henry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which were worthy of the place they have obtained in the pages of the Ari Journal. The Turner picture, " Brightley Observatory," is not a favorable example of the artist, although it has points of merit-as whatTproduction of Turner's has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when she re tendered to the holy fathers her inoator of Thcorrneombe, in exchange cId far the barren lands of Brightley, sithiig it to be " wellwooded and *fertile," are trebly appropriate in -the present day, in proofwheccel it nany Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    abbey 'when sheoi' tendered to the holy fathers her manor of Thorncomhe, in exchange che, for the barren lainds of Brightley, stating it to be "1well wooded and a vi fertile," oire trebly appropriate in the present day, in proof Subscribers-only content

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