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    of Milborne Port , Broke , Stephen, Bronze-Age remains , Brook , see Stourton Brooke (Brook) : Chas., vicar of Calverleigh , Chas., Christian, w. of Geo., see Duke Geo., Marg., Brooks , Mr., Brooksbank , Stamp, brotherhood (fraternity) , Victoria County History

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    sold to George Powell of Wilton , Taunton , and Powell in 1682 to John Doble . 14 Doble, of Calverleigh ( Devon ), was still in possession in 1693 but by 1712 the estate, then described as Crandon with Victoria County History

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    of Wiltshire (d. 1461), Thos., Bysse : Jas. and John , Rob., rector of Greinton , C ., R., goldsmith, Calverleigh (Dev.) , Camel , Queen, Hazelgrove , Cannington , Brymore, Canterbury , archbp., Capel : Sir Hen ., Isabel, Victoria County History

    Wincanton Wincanton in 1840 Wincanton in 1885

    in consols in addition to the land. 69 Before 1693 John Green gave £30 and Charles Brook , vicar of Calverleigh ( Devon ), Welch Davie , and John Stacey gave £32 for the poor for annual distributions. The Messiter Victoria County History

    Parishes St. Decumans, including Watchet and Williton

    by a Mr. Jones , £15 by Thomas Heyman , 26 s . 8 d . by the rector of Calverleigh ( Devon ), £20 by Eleanor, daughter of Sir John Wyndham (d. 1574) and wife of Thomas Carne , Victoria County History


    Jas. (d. 1702), 183 Jas. (d. c . 1741), 156, 183 Nat., 183 Wm., 77 Cagley , see Sampford Brett Calverleigh ( Devon ), rector of, 170 Camberwell (Surr., now Lond. ), 92 Cambridge University , see King's College ; Victoria County History

    SOUTHCOTE, George (by 1533-89), of the Middle Temple, London and Calverleigh, Devon.

    the Middle Temple, London and Calverleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel Apr. 1554 Tavistock 1558 Ofifces Held Clerk of the peace and the crown, Devon 14 Sept. 1556-d. Biography George Southcote’s admission to the Middle Temple was sponsored by two lawyers History of Parliament

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