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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Otterhampton Nonconformity

    the 1590s . 43 A meeting house with Sunday school, possibly at Combwich , was licensed in 1822 for an unspecified congregation. The Bethel Congregational chapel was built in 1838 , probably as a Mariners Christian chapel, and licensed in

    Otterhampton Cannington (Northern part), Otterhamption, and Stockland Bristol 1838-1839

    parish took traffic to and from the port and ferry at Combwich westwards to Nether Stowey and Stogursey . A road from Cannington crossed this route west of Combwich and may have led directly to Hill before the later 18th

    Cannington Economic history

    . Bordars were recorded in greater numbers than villani on all estates save one at Combwich , and there were servi at Chilton and Combwich . Cannington , Williton , and Carhampton shared 11 servi between them. 62 In 1276-7

    Otterhampton Economic history

    at Combwich provided alternative employment. 70 A man from Otterhampton was accused of selling bad fish in 1379 . 71 There was a sergeweaver in the parish in 1676 , 72 and bricks and tiles were manufactured in Combwich in

    Otterhampton Education

    Stockland Bristol , were attending in 1825 . 47 There was a nonconformist Sunday school in 1822 , probably at Combwich . 48 In 1835 there was no day school but 18 children attended a Sunday school, possibly in the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, X, Y, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    374; warrants to, 438, 470. -, Frances, pension for, 234. -, James, tidewaiter at Dundee, 505. -, John, boatman at Combwich in Bridgwater port, 534. -, Mercy, pension for, 234. -, Richard, mate of the Greenhill Customs yacht, killing of,

    Warrant Book, March 1705, 1-10, 01 March 1705-31 March 1705

    Thomas Nosworthy as Collector at Scarborough loco George Trotter removed to be collector at Whitby. John Buckingham as boatman at Combwich in Bridgwater port loco George Milliard [Millard ] removed to Harwich. Out Letters ( Customs ) XIV , p.

    Warrants etc, June 1698, 01 June 1698-30 June 1698

    at Combwich in Bridgwater port), John Webb and Joseph Morse to be established as tidesmen in Bridgwater port at 25 l . per an. each: and John Forrest as waiter and searcher and to command the boatmen at Combwich loco

    Warrants etc, February 1700, 02 February 1700-28 February 1700

    and tidesman at Whitehaven loco William Petty deceased. Richard Man as waiter and searcher and commander of the boatmen at Combwich in Bridgewater port with 5 l . per an. added to his salary of 30 l . per an.

    Index of persons and Places, M

    171, 191; surveyor in. See Davies, N.; Taylor, C. Man , Richard, waiter, searcher and commander of the boatmen at Combwich, 275. Manchester , co. Lancaster, 19, 182, 371, 396. Manchester , Earl of. See Montagu, Charles. Manchier , Nathaniel,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOYTON, Richard (d.1422), of Currypool in Charlinch, Som.

    customs and subsidies, Bridgwater and ports of north Som. 17 May 1398-1413. Ofifces Held Dep. butler, Bridgwater, Combwich and Dunster, Som. 24 Oct. 1399-d., Weymouth 5 Mar. 1404-Nov. 1418, Melcombe 16 Dec. 1407-Mar. 1413, Topsham 18 Oct. 1408-d. Ofifces Held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ireland, the West Indies, Ames-ica, and, indeed, all tatiomr parts of the world. snasetit Tule proposed Line of Railway passes Combwich, Cannington, moist. and Bridlgewater, on its rents to Taunton, almoset on a perfect level. O(lh ,at the Tue lengts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    directionfor Canuiegton; and after a spiritedrun of three hours was killed in good style inCa meadow about two miles above Combwich. 'ToN staHuNr.-eyOn Wednesday, the 1st instant, a dinner was givenr* to rr. Burton, huntsman to Lord Henry Bentinnk, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Coualesthorpo, to ' lector; of Otterhamptoii, with the chapelry of Combwich, i iridgewater. Rev. R. Borland, to. Roctorv of Harford, Devon. I Rev. 11. Joy Browne, Senior Curate of St. Mary's, Cheltenham , ,o Vicarage of St. James's, Selby. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now at Bridgwater, surveying the ground between Combwich and that town, for the purpose of culling a Ships* Canal between those places, aud lo make a floating harbour at Bridgwater. This plan will enable vessels of from 300 to 600 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young man who had paid his addresses"*) her On r k ?« l th T V """^ ««*«'««■ to Combwich, a distance of about five miles, towards the Bristol Channel, to see some large vessels lying there; here some Subscribers-only content

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