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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    Robert sold it in 1545 to William Fouracre of Hillfarrance and his wife Joan. 62 In 1605 Matthew Fouracre of Broadclyst ( Devon ), with his wife Mary and Hannah , probably his mother, sold Ballcombe to John Parsons .

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    , British Cellophane Ltd. , British Printing and Communications Corporation , Brittan : Chas., Meshach, Wm., Brixi , see Beorhsige Broadclyst ( Devon ) , Broadmead : Harold, Jas., Nic., Phil., Revd. Phil. Palfrey , Thos. Palfrey , Wm. Bucknell

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHUDLEIGH, Sir James (d.1401/2), of Ashton and Shirwell, Devon.

    he held six knight’s fees, including Shirwell, mainly situated in the north of the county. By 1386 he was holding Broadclyst, Halsford and Clawton in Devon and Widemouth in Cornwall, and he frequently appears in ecclesiastical records as patron of

  • * British History Online *

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    James I: Volume 8, May, 1604, 01 May 1604-31 May 1604

    Commissioners for Causes Ecclesiastical to proceed against John Robbins, vicar of Paington, Devon, for drunkenness, and against Henry Burroughes, of Broadclyst, Devon, for simony. [ Docquet . ] June 19. Grant to Sir Wm. Waad, in fee-farm, of manors, &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Greece outrnarclhed their acsort heui returnirg fromn Marathotn. THn DrvotSfIaiE FurEs.-Nono of the house treorerty destroyed by lire at Broadclyst last week, as ftlrCady relorteti, was insaiSred, but notw'ititstandiitgthe less wxhiclt will tius itatve to be borne by Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    without risk or lose or tune, by. Introducing a finished spdcialit6 never before produced. lull detcils from Devon Vintage Company, Broadclyst, Devon. r'WANTED. by a London hortse, ano AGENT ceiling upon the Leeds Hlat and Cap Manunfacturers, to sell trimmings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (From the Guardian.) to Row. Aclanci, prebondary, vicar of Broadclyst; sub-dean of lj Exeter Cathedral. Patron, the 1lishop of Exoter. Rev. Thnones Debany Bernard, M.A., canon of Wells; licensed pr'orhor in t lie Diocese of Salisbury. a. 1ev. W. Hi. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Hon. W. Lowther; Rose and Crown Inn, Thorney, Peteiborough, owned by the Duke of Bedford; Red Lion I.n, Broadclyst, Exeter, owned by Sir Thornas Dyke Acland; Plymstock Inn, Plymnstock, Plymouth, owned by the puke of Bedford; the Jubilee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a son. SCOTTh~-Oct. 2, at Level-hill, Boers, Usec syife of G. D. Scott, iesg., of r MARIIIAGES. ALEXANDER-MATTHEWS.-Oct. 5, at Broadclyst Churcb, Devon, by the Rev. J. Matthews, B.A., the Rev. H. Alexander, B.A., eldest surviving son of the late Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The county franchise: an address to allotment tenants, 1883

    Co-operative Society was established. That is one instance out of many. One fact was put before me this morning. Supposing Broadclyst contains 400 heads of families, and that each of these families spends 10s. a week in bread, groceries, clothing, Subscribers-only content

    The county franchise: an address to allotment tenants, 1883

    owners of land, and as the allotment system be¬ came more general the necessity for this Society no longer existed. BROADCLYST ALLOTMENTS. You have heard what Mr. Broadhurst says is the great want of a parish, and I hope it Subscribers-only content

    The county franchise: an address to allotment tenants, 1883

    of the rising generation in knowledge rela¬ ting to our Colonies and our Empire. You may say, What have we Broadclyst folk to do with all these countries Well, you are about to have a share in the government of Subscribers-only content

    Reformed public-houses., 1898

    Bedford , at Thorney , and Sir C. T. D. Acland , at Broadclyst . In conclusion, I venture to quote the recommend¬ ations which I was allowed to make before the Royal Commission last July, as tending to indicate Subscribers-only content

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