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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Creech St. Michael Manors and other estates

    to Francis's daughter Margaret, wife of John Bampfylde. 72 Margaret died in 1758 73 and was succeeded by her son Copplestone Warre Bampfylde. He died in 1791 leaving his land to his nephew John Tyndale , son of his sister

    Index K-Z

    (d. 1740), Sir Wm . (d. 1741), Kidner : Rob., Sam., Kidsbury , see Wembdon Kidwelly (Kedwelly) : Joan, see Copplestone John, Sir Morgan , Kidwelly (Carms.) , Kilcoursie , Vct., see Lambart, Fred. and Geo. Killigrew : Dorothy, see

    Index A-J

    Balle , see Ball Ballon : Auda de, see Pagnell John de, Baltic , Bampfield (Bampfylde) : Amias, Copplestone Warre, Sir Copplestone Warwick , Edw., John (d. 1532), John (fl. 1710), Marg., w. of -, see Seymour Marg., w. of

    Introduction Introduction

    14 by John's son Sir Francis (d. 1718), and by Francis's daughter Margaret (d. 1758), wife of John Bampfylde. 15 Copplestone Warre Bampfylde, son of Margaret and John, was considered to be the chief of the four lords of the

    Index A-Z

    (fl. 1515), Wm. (fl. 1555), Wm. (fl. 1569), Ballon : Auda, see Pagnell John de, Baltonsborough , Bampfylde (Bampfield) : Copplestone Warre, Geo., John, Marg., see Warre Bampton : Julian, m. Fulk Pagnell, Warin de Aula, Rob. of, Bampton (Dev.)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lst, dir. C. Mlorrisa 2nd, Air. It. Kyrke Penison, i'antyrodill, Coricarthenshire.- Cocks hatched in 1879 : let, AIr. W3. R Copplestone, Lostistlhiel, 2nd and 3rd, dir. Williamn Niokolls, Chow Alagise.-Hren exceed- lng One yost 0111: let, dir. William Howard, jan., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London on his way to the south of France, whither he has . sbeen ordered by his mnedical attendant. MDr. Copplestone Bamfylde, son of Lord Poltimnore, was i sanrie~d yesterday morning to Miss Beassnssnt, daugliter of Lady Margaret Beaumont and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three bed, attic, and box rooms, usual offices; garden ; healthy, cheerful situation, south aspect Terms very moderate- Addrfss, Mm. Copplestone, Dsnbigh Lodge, LeansTerrace East. cOCl TY'iCKR.iiiot of Hills): pleasant situation: Frmished. Terms .1 modcrate.-Mrs. Hall, Ivy Cottage, Rednall. c8oS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DiverCcpoleybJarksone bP................. c.lot a W . Quaife c Edyvefln b Underwood ..... - 9 a n. A. A. Lilley o Copplestone b Un aderwood ........2 hal A. Law c souley b Pamlerwoodt.. ....... I.. S. SauBalt not ou e . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    funds of rho institiurn.(! ITh? Greenwich Hospital pensionl of, £25.I a v'e5rf boatswains, rendered vacant by the death O&' lo- Copplestone, has been awarded to Mr. J. V. KilbrQrl Lady Margaret Grosvenor arriced at While Ledge Richmrond Lark, on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

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