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  • * British History Online *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, November 1688, 01 November 1688-30 November 1688

    with his newsletters; Sir John Crew sent Smethers to s ee us; there came a man (I think his name Collaton) as he said, from Sir Jeffrey Shakerly, with a certificate of losses by sea; I gave him 2s 6d,

    Entry Book, July 1688, 16-20, 16 July 1688-20 July 1688

    Zachary Drower, late of Culliton [Collaton ] , co. Devon, joiner. Philip Cox, late of Collaton, husbandman. John Hathfeild, alias Heathfeild, late of Collaton, cordwainer. Edward Wenn, late of Collaton, cordwainer. William Clegg, late of Collaton, weaver. Walter Osborne, late

    Register Book, 1605, October-December

    Register Book 1605, October-December 1605, October-December 411. [p. 119 ] A general court held at Pewterers' Hall on Friday 11 October 1605 in the presence of Thomas Wilford, president, and the following : 412. Sir Robert Lee, alderman, Mr.

    Henry VIII, March 1546, 26-31, 01 March 1546-31 March 1546

    Collaton Abbott, Devon, Dunkeswell mon . With appurtenances in the places aforenamed and in Collaton Ralegh and Oterton, Devon; and all other possessions of Shirborne mon. in Weston, Dors., and of Dunkeswell mon. in Collaton alias Collaton Abbot alias

    Entry Book, March 1688, 11-20, 12 March 1688-20 March 1688

    petition of the widow and creditors of Philip Cox, late of Collaton, co. Devon, shewing that said Cox was seized of 30 l. per an . in lands in Collaton and was indebted to petitioners in 623 l . and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUKE, Richard (by 1515-72), of London and Otterton, Devon.

    in 1544 the island of Brownsea, Dorset, in 1546 the manors of Weston, Dorset and (with his brother John Duke) Collaton Abbot, Devon, and receiving by royal grants Upper Budleigh and (with his brother) manors in Devon and Somerset. Duke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3rd Foot, to be Surgeon, vice J. Coglslass, who retires upon half-pay. Srd West India Regimont-Lieut. F. N. WV. G. Collaton, from the 77th Foot, to be Lieut. vice Cary, who exchanges. 3rd West India Regiment-G. T. Woodman, M.D. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    telie F~lrst-o Acommodation, at a very mederate Ta.ff for Gentlemen viIdting the above M~eeting, SPACIOUSB STARLING AND LOOSE:13g L Gold Collaton will he laid tn the Dining Room fosob doy, at its, caoh; with Soup. 2e. 6d. 438 WILL REOPEN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hoa erbaonkine the International Exhibition. Magnificent City burban Pesidence (three miles from Princes Streent Bui waits "Latotam and trainS us Collaton Rlad, elCen to the Exhibition. New saag~eren;0 72 P EEB LES HYDROPATHIG, Twenty-two miles south of Eidinbrgh. T7E LAP.GEST Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6.-MOSELEY ROAD. ETGHGATE.-SOLD BY PET- VATLE TREATY. For farther particulars apply to Meesrs. osaac Bradlely and Cutli- bertio,, Solicitors, 03, Collaton Row, or to the Auctionoers, 57, Cannono Street, Biroirngham. _______14 ttnrortvd7i _Sale of7SURPLUS PLANT, atN, ,spencer Street. B YMessrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Watr- day, Hovinghlam-at belf-paet tan. Mustera', Mr-H ueoday, Moor Green; lFriday, Epperatoeo VllaeFi-at a quarter tie eleven. Portamanth'e, Earl of-Manday, Collaton Will; Tuesday, EggeBford Houoe; Thureday, Mathew Moor; 6h r day. Cocktree Hour-at elvOn-a Poltimorie'a, Lord-Monday, Dogserey Gate Wedneeday, Wineid-B Subscribers-only content

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