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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelites of Bridport

    Christina de Strikelane , widow, of Bridport . 71 The house had only a brief existence. In 1365 Sir John Chideock , knt., applied for licence to confer on the provincial prior and Carmelite Friars of England 3 acres of

    Friaries The Franciscans of Dorchester

    wall while building it. 25 It is said by Speed to have been built by the ancestors of Sir John Chideock . 26 Richard III claimed it as a royal foundation, 27 probably with justice. At the time of the

    Frampton on Severn Manors and other estates

    , 55 and in 1338 settled the manor on John Chideock and his wife Isabel, apparently the younger Robert's daughter. 56 Robert was dead perhaps by 1340 , when John Chideock paid a rent owed by the lord of the

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Allington

    accounting for the fact of the separate entries. Leland 's description by its ambiguity has furthered the error. Proceeding from Chideock to Bridport he says 'there was in sight or ever I came over the river into Bridport a lazar

    The hundred of Odiham Index Map to the Hundred of Odiham

    formed part of the dower of Elizabeth, consort of Edward IV . 20 It was leased for fifty years to Chideock Paulet in 1558 , and was granted in 1603 to John, Earl of Mar. 21 From that time its

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F

    Humfrey, 428. letter from, 172. Ferris , Richard, King's messenger, 37. Ferrour , John, letter from, 399. Ficheborne [? Titchborne, Chideock ] , 423. Fiennes : Gregory, 9th Lord Dacre, reversion of his manors, 100. Richard, 7th Lord Say and

    Index, T

    Tirrell , Sir Edward, 26. Tirwhitt , Richard, 433. Titchborn , [Hants. ] , letter dated at, 256. Titchborne , Chideock. See Ficheborne, and also Ticheborne. tobacco , 298. farm of, 382, 383. a shipment in Devonshire, 448. Tobyn ,

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 248, April 1594, 01 April 1594-30 April 1594

    Sherwood were often absent a whole day; sometimes they visited John Wareham, at Rayle, near Chideock, and Cornelius was often entertained by Widow Holcomb, of Chideock; Rich. Tremayne of Saltash often heard mass at Lady Arundel's, as also Burgan, a Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, September 1562, 11-15, 11 September 1562-15 September 1562

    coming of Cuthbert Vaughan, Edward Turner, etc., he shall pass over the seas for her service. In his absence Lord Chideock Paulett will have custody of the town. She sends 200 soldiers by Vaughan to be under his charge. He

    Entry Book, August 1684, 25-30, 01 August 1684-31 August 1684

    and searcher at Bridport, he having by order of the collector of Lyme port been so employed at Bridport and Chideock and being a very deserving officer: and 5 l. per an . is to be added to his present

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHIDEOCK, John (c.1375-1415), of Chideock, Dorset.

    CHIDEOCK, John (c.1375-1415), of Chideock, Dorset. Constituency Dates Dorset Nov. 1414 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Dorset Jan. 1412 (contributors to a subsidy). Biography If only in theory, Chideock was heir to the barony of Fitzpayn (created by writ in

    ELWELL, Robert, of Wells, Som.

    was described as 'gentleman', he obtained from Sir John Chideock a lease for life of property in Wells previously held by her former husband John Russell; and in the following year Chideock and Oliver Russell (presumably John's son) additionally conceded

    BATHE (BACHE), John (d.1409), of Little Crichel, Dorset.

    £10 for his marriage, so that, if this identification is correct, Joan Chideock must have been Bathe’s second wife. The identification is strengthened by the fact that the Chideock manor of Little Crichel was held of the duchy of Lancaster.[footnote]Bathe’s

    BUSH, Ralph (d.1441), of Caundle Haddon, Dorset.

    seek the King’s licence to marry. As dower from her previous husband, Sir John Chideock, Eleanor Fitzwaryn held the manors of Little Crichel, East Chelborough and Chideock and property in Bridport (Dorset), together with those of Allowenshay (Somerset), and Frampton-on-Severn

    RUSSELL, John II, of Wells, Som.

    February and November 1414 and October 1419.[footnote]Russell died at an unknown date before November 1428, in which month Sir John Chideock leased to Robert Elwell*, who had married the MP’s widow, the dwellings in Wells which Russell had earlier held

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1827, 13 March 1827

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Chideock, in the County of Dorset, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " for " the Adoption of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Clonea, &c; Ballyduff; Killbarrymeadin ; Rossmire ; Taghmon; Portlaw; and Dun- cornic, &c, 157. — Wexford; Tullamore, &c.; Armagh; Plymouth; Chideock; and Catholics of Bannon, received as the Petition of James Wellman only, 158.— Maglass, &c.; Colonmore, &c.; Gorey; Wicklow; Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1833, 10 May 1833

    the Petition of the Inhabitants of Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Chideock: Bamberbridge, in the County of Lancaster, whose Names Chideock, in the County of Dorset, whose Names are are thereunto subscribed : thereunto subscribed : Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Woods; Altrincham; Denton and Hooley Hill; Dorchester, &c.; Pershore; Chowbent; Upper Meeting House, New¬ bury ; Tower Hamlets; Exeter; Hampstead; Chideock ; Bentley-cum-Arksey ; Brodsworth, &c.; Barmbrough, &c.; Haslingfield; Cumberton; Lyme Regis; Charmouth ; Fe¬ males of Charmouth; Netherbury; Maiden Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    l*o" Wherstead, 188. Wicham, 102. Whichford, 109. WhitWlT 162. Whitby, 147. Whitchurch, 152. 167. Whitchurch (Mid dlesex), 173. Whitechurch Canonicorum, Chideock, Stanton Saint Gabriel and Marshwood, 109. Whitsbury, 109 Whitton Gilbert, 167. Whitwick, 162. Whixley, 147. Wickham Bishops, 109. Wickham Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    swhen returned. Orders from the country, eantainrnga resut- tance or a reference for payment, imnmediately attended to. LYME REGIS, AND CHIDEOCK, DORSET. FREEHOLD HOUSES AND PREMISES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By-Mr E. HUTCHINGSS, At the CUPS HOTEL, in LYME Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newington. Rev. John Riehard Wykeham Stafford, M.A., vicar of Whitchurclh, Canoni- corum, with the adjacent chapelrie of Stanton St. G(biiel, Chideock, and 31arshwood, Dorset; patron, the Crown. Bes David Thomas, M.A,, vicar of Walditch. Rov, P. E. Thomas, oarato of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    effect from Saturday. He has held the office twenty-one years. Dr. Hay, of Brimdport, and his coachmen were driving from Chideock, near Bridpert, about midnight on Thurs- day, when the horse ran into a hedge, throwing both violently out of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The, House afterwards went into Committteeof Supply on the Irish Esimate Sir FED rmcK WzED, G.C.M.G.. died at his residenw4, Chideock, near Bridport. last evening, in his tjxty-eighth year. A sad boating accident occurred on Smuday in Denefl Bay. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fund of the Rural Hants Infirmary and the outhampton Free Library. - Of Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, G.C.&LG., late of Chideock, Dorset; personalty £4,784. "-Ticlstee Lon>don Nfews, ALnGEnDCONcOaaazNT or BisaT.-At Oldburyyester- day, Ann Lawley (27), of Canal Street in that Subscribers-only content

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