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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    YURLE (YERLL), Simon, of Launceston, Cornw.

    (in 1428). Meanwhile, he himself had obtained, together with John Cokeworthy II*, an Exchequer lease of certain escheated lands in Chilsworthy and Ipplepen, Devon, which was to run from Michaelmas 1419 for 20 years. On his own account, at some

    COKEWORTHY, John II, of Yarnscombe, Devon.

    November 1419 Cokeworthy, described as 'of Devon, gentleman', shared with Simon Yurle* of Cornwall an Exchequer lease of lands in Chilsworthy and Ipplepen, which was to last for 20 years. A week later he was again at the Exchequer, this

    RAYMOND, Thomas (d.1418), of Simpson in Holsworthy, Devon.

    and Forde).[footnote]Raymond also came to the attention of the Crown: in 1382 he was granted custody of certain tenements at Chilsworthy (which he retained until 1400) and six years later, in association with Robert Cary*, he obtained a lease at

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    schoolmaster to Prince Edward, i. 643 (f. 24): p. 778. Cheke , Thos., i. p. 784. Chellesworthy , Devon. See Chilsworthy. Chelmarsh (Chellmershe) , Salop, ii. g. 476 (p. 248). Chelmsford (Chelmysforde, Chensforde) , Essex, i. 147, 537, 992; ii.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    the County of Derby , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Chilsworthy: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Chilsworthy Chapel, in the County of Devon , whose Names are

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Bridlington Quay; Marlborough; Buckfastleigh; Belper; Dunnington; East Stonehouse; Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppy; Esto n; Usk; East Heslerton; Evesham; Boylstone; and Chilsworthy. - Hinckley; Salhouse; Branston; Andover; Morley; Cranbrook; Barnby Moor; Bulwell; Babcary; Wilmslow; Shotswell; Wybunbury and Shavington; Bramcote; Abergavenny; Middlestown;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 20 October 1831

    borough; Buckfastleigh; Belper; Dunnington ; East Stone- house ; Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppy; Eston; Usk; East Heslerton; Evesham; Boylstone; and Chilsworthy, 62. — Hinckley; Salhouse ; Branston ; Andover; Morley; Cran¬ brook ; Barnby Moor; Bulwell; Babcary; Wilmslow; Shotswell; Wybunbury Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Chewton Mendip, 72 b. Cnichester, 24 b. 109 a. Chiddingstone, 413 a. Chilcompton, 57 a. Chillesford, 453 b. Chilmondiston, 71b. Chilsworthy, 62 b. Chiltington, 450 a. Chinnock, 73 b. Chippenham, 42 a. Chipping, 33 a. Chipping-Norton, 192 b. 448 b. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    , the employ of,t 6,734; Cheltenham, 2,710. ¦ 6,022. , Chester, 4,059i 4,660. 6,033. 6,036. . 6,285— ;6,990. .6,293. ,6^768..' Chilsworthy, • 5,872. Chilwell,-2j392.:. 3,623. Chorlton upon. Medlook, ,1,089.*. 3,970.* 4.491. 5,540. Chowbent,, 3,602 Church, 1,301. 1,491. 1,510. 1^511. 1,51 Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    735]. Cheehunt, 9,771. Chester, 5,321. 5,322. 6,876. Chesterfield, 5,185. 5,092. Chewton Mendip,&o., 6,657. Chichester, 9, 1 73. Chil- ham, 6,807. Chilsworthy, 6,428. Chilvers Coton, 4,042. Chippenham, 4,988. Chipper- field, 6,091. Chipping Norton, 9,2 16. Chip¬ ping Warden, 4,862. Chopgate. 6,134. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    1.31.201. Chiddinirley, 2 4.570. (In-- well Cow, 25,78 4. 20,550. Child. K and A., 25,003. Childn. 20,011. Chdds W'kUihiii, 20,9X8. Chilsworthy, 33,342. :;3,374. Chil- Wrn, 30,01)1. Chilwell, '.M.s-Js. Clmil.-v. 28,751. Chinnock, Kasi, 2S073 Chnmoek, Wi'itt. 2«,O72. Slimier, 2!i,o:)7. ('Ini.ner, 29,808. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very near the last mentioned Houses, at the yearly rent of ,£1 10s. tenants at will. COPYHOLD. A TENEMENT near Chilsworthy, consist- ing of two substantially built Dwelling Houses and about 18 acres of Ground, occupied by Absolam Bennetts, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    52 1 34 CHILSWORTHY, (Copyhold.) No. on Tithe Map. name of field. A. R. p. 236 Piddic ....;.'....; 1 2 24 307 Higher Summers , ". 2 1 14 308 Lower ditto". i'V.'.v-. 2 0 27 Chilsworthy Wood ■'. '..'..... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were charged by John Hill, of Cox Park, near Chilsworthy, Cal- stock, for assault. There were cross-summonses. Mr. W. Blight for Hill. On October 3rd, Hill was at tbe public-house at Chilsworthy talking to the landlady (Mrs. Burman) with reference Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carrying out the effigy of a man who has been known to violate the sanctity of a neighbour's household. The Chilsworthy brass band was present, tbe man Bodenner being one of tbe players. The public-house, tbe Rising Sun, at Latchley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parish of Calstock, in a piece of ground adjoining the river Tamar, and passing through Keely, Calstock, Albaston, Gunnislake, Chilsworthy, Latchley, Luckett, Stokeclimsland, Downgate, Holmbush, Kelly Bray, and terminating at Callington. The object of the line will be to Subscribers-only content

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