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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREBELL, John (d.c.1431), of Exeter, Devon.

    Cornish manor of Trevisquite and the advowson of the rectory of St. Mabyn, along with lands in Devon at Aller, Chivelstone, Langford and Ford. These he acquired before his first return to Parliament. It was probably his connexions by marriage

    CARY, Robert (d.c.1431), of Cockington, Devon.

    It is clear that Cary’s relations with the bishop were intimate: as the tenant of Courtenay’s manors of Powderham and Chivelstone, his annual rent of nearly £25 was remitted in September 1413 when Richard confirmed his estate for life. Two

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 30 Henry VI (1451-2)

    S. Thomas aforesaid; remainder over in case of default. Dated London, 12 October, A.D. 1450. Roll 180 (39). 1 Malborough, south of Kingsbridge. 2 South Poole. 3 Chivelstone, near Start Point. 1 Or S. Eloy. (See note supra, p. 268.)

    Index, C

    213. Cheverell , Great, Chyverell [co. Wilts ] , 160. -, Little [co. Wilts ] , manor, 163. Cheverstone. See Chivelstone. Cheveot , Chyvyot forest [co. Northumberland ] , 560. Chewe , John, priest, 1139. -, Richard, of Silverdale, 1113. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 6-10, 1672, 06 May 1672-10 May 1672

    Anthony Budd, at the east end of Great Torrington, Devon, for Presbyterians and Independents, Andrew Lake, at Foord in Chevelstone (Chivelstone) parish, Devon, James Moyl of Stratton, Cornwall, John Shepheard of Bridgrule, Cornwall, Mark Facy of Bridgrule, Devon, all for Subscribers-only content

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    (Collaton or Colyton); Culmstock; Dartington; Dartmouth; Dawlish; Denbury; Dinscombe in Salcombe; Dunkeswell; Dunsford; East Down; Ermington; Exeter; Farndon; Ford in Chivelstone; Gittisham; Halberton; Hartland; Hatherleigh; Hemiocke; Holsworthy; Honiton; Kenn; Kentisbeare; Kingsbridge; Lapford; Little Modbury; Littleham; Loxbeer; Luppit; Lyfton; Manaton; Marldon; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Leeds, Dec. 16, at 12, York. J. Hallworth, late of Stockport, wheelwright, Dec. 21, at 12, Stockport. J. Godwood, Chivelstone, seed merchant, Dec. 10, at 10, Kingsbridge. G. Frampten, jun., Southampton, builder, Dec. 16, at 12, Southamptu.i, F. Salter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elton, B.A.; Rector of Hopbon Castle Salop-patrons, Sir E. Ripley, &c. Rev. C. W. C. Finlzel; Vicar of Stokenham with Chivelstone and Sherford, Devonshire-patron, the Crown. Rev. E. J. Franklin; Vicar of Whotchurch. Rev. B. F. Fyffe; chaplain and naval Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Taylor, 'Al.A. Rector of South Poole, I Devon, to the Vicarage of Stokenham, with the Chapels of Shirford and Chivelstone annexed, Devon, void by the death of the Rev. C. Holdsworth; patron, the King. The Rev. P. Poore, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POOR.- On Friday last, as some persons were cnogged in cleerine a barn near East Paul, in the parish of Chivelstone, they found the boady of a is-oman whics had been mutilated by rats. The face and the breast were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Ou Friday last, as some persons were engaged in clearing a barn near East Paul, in the parish of Chivelstone, tliey found the body of a woman which had been mutilated by rats. The face and the breast were Subscribers-only content

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