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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Chipley

    temporalities in Chipley to the annual value of £14 13 s . 4 d .; and there was also a small pension accruing from the church of Poslingford and the chapel of Chipley . 6 Priors of Chipley John de

    Durleigh Manors and other estates

    Puriton in 1561 , 77 West Bower or Bower de la Mare in Bridgwater in the 17th century, 78 and Chipley in Langford Budville in 1839 . 79 V.C.H. Som . i. 521. P.R.O., DL 42/11, ff. 5, 7; Cur.

    Religious Houses Introduction

    this county, as well as in Norfolk , which were mostly quite small. Such were the priories of Alnesbourn, Bricett, Chipley , Dodnash, Herringfleet , Kersey , and Woodbridge . Butley was an Austin house of some wealth and importance,

    Parishes Hinton St. George Plan of Hinton House showing its development. The outline is that of the mid 19th century.

    134 On the death of Sir Richard 's widow Joan in 1499 the property passed to Sir Richard Warre of Chipley (d. 1532). 135 The estate in 1499 was described as the manor of CRAFTEWARRE , held of Sir Amias

    Index A - Z

    woodland, 129-31 Chilthorne Domer , Oakley in, q.v. Chinnock , East, 213 Chinnock , West, 9, 21, 52, 61, 94 Chipley (in Nynehead ), 44 Chiselborough , 41, 52, 171 Chislet , Margery, 183 Cholmeley : Sir Ric., 114 Ursula,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, Edward I (1650-1710), of Chipley, Som.

    I (1650-1710), of Chipley, Som. Constituency Dates Taunton 1690 1710 Ofifces Held Commr. inquiry into recusancy fines Som. 1688, receiving subscriptions to Bank 1694, excise 1694–1700, leather duty 1697. Ofifces Held Auditor-gen. to Queen 1690–94. Ofifces Held Recorder, Taunton 1695.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F-icc Ways ; lien Sittiiig, liven boil ronis, two kilogeeii we., andl usual roowvetlinceo. Lent inodoeral.-A )lty, .Mr MemloS , Chipley o-wiec, Welliiigton, Sonierseltilhire. X627 't 'diI- OStON-Wateul.Coa~cit-lou-s;n Stable, ne~ar BLeUifert JtnutApply, kg etelle, to C. J1. B-nicey.1, vlo~y R'oai. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n ? LEEDS M1IXED CLOTH HALL. mH lE MART for FINISHED C"LOTH' is j ILnow open, andh the lappifilited Agent for the Sale of Csids will attend every day front Ten till Four o'cloek ,*ruosday and Saturdays, excepted! onwicItwtopi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ithr i re fly AMr. G. Di. MORON, at the hi'ole Cf alit Sq-tit e lb.'t I bu inltel, irs Chipley afevi-osi I, s's 1 el 'e', rc' is't sine of Jeiy, 1&5f;, aIt six siol tk is I c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tote heolendoleteil . ttok)i n . Shirt, anrua ltheral Font Shop, with coannetiOfl. I Adtl e-.o C W.' J. Poso:olitce, Chipley. NIA tED, a P2ART'NER, with a caplital Of aboilt 42O0,t extcnd ont Fltstblished mauufaoturing builtinba, impidlix in. 0rL1l~intO" enid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IOACES, On Wedasoday, October sits, a Cheop ExcursinO Train to LEICRS? TEE for Four Days will leave eradrurd at 5.10, Chipley 8.1, AsspSttey 5.15. Celrerles 0.10. Ilirketall 0.27. Leeds 0.40. Noriflo.Oton 10.0, and Wetesield I STeolgotal 0.10 am. Fates -First Subscribers-only content

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