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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lyng Economic history

    the Aller family over rights in Salt moor and Stan moor. 3 Further alterations to the Tone 's course in Curry moor were made in the 14th and 15th centuries. 4 Most of the grassland there lay outside the parish

    Durston Economic history

    in the parish, may represent ground brought into use after the later 11th century by drainage works in and around Curry moor, at their greatest in the later 13th century. 67 In 1338 the preceptory demesne estate at Buckland comprised

    Durston Durston 1838

    to the valley of the Tone at Curry moor. Its northern boundary is marked by a stream and its south-eastern by a watercourse called Old Rhyne , which marks the end of Curry moor. A stream runs southwards between the

    Lyng Lyng 1843

    lane south from Lyng Court Farm to Curry moor was established by 1427 59 and was later known as Streaked or Streaky Lane. 60 A second southward route from West Lyng to North Curry was planned in 1829 but was

    Parishes Misterton

    probably created by William Curry (d. 1644-5 ), succeeded by his son Thomas (d. 1663). 36 Thence it passed to William Elsdon , possibly husband of Thomas 's widow, and between 1671 and 1674 to Ann Curry , who married

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y prydnawn:-Missioary, Bethel, Jersey, Erfyniad, Itali, a Glanyrhoudda. Cafwyd an. erchiadau rhwng y tonau gan y Paxchn. Griffiths, Ferry Side; Curry, Cydweli, (W.); a Owens, Cydweli; Evans, Pensarn, Caerfyrddin; diweddwyd trwy weddi, gan y Parch. D. Lewis, bugail y lie. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a phedair odfa dydd -, am 7, 10, 2, a 6 yn y prydnbawn. Pregeth- w yd gan y Parehn. Curry, J. Griffiths, B. Owen, 0. Owen, P. Jones, J. Hughes, - Evans, H. Pritcbard, P. Roberts, M. Morgan, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waiter yn dwyn dysglaid o "Cabul Curry" ir bwrdd, gan wneyd y svlw, "Rather hot, sir! "Well," ebai John Bull, "yes, I think I'd better wait, and see what's eoming!" Mae y Cabul Curry," yn ddiau, yn ddysglaidj lied boeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    folwioer, tisninr ethler utthappy mii re ceived t;entetace of dcci; ' WifYtini Oxctlaotj f6i fat a y .ilait Stecaart, 7'V7acias Curry, ?fatrgaret Doze, Linked W'nri525, Red Moss, Hannah MfiqlialI, and Jehn Vaneghin, for tteeear fe sank Btalk of England notes--It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW v11 COURT OF KFlNG'S BD lG L Mondag, July 3. Tb1.ll GWILLIM LLOYD W ARDLE, ESQ. brotg1T t RNEY-CENE1IA El statrVd, that this aton was IIIld f iur neC:r the SAm of 1400 and odd pounds, for houlse- Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1702, 16 February 1703

    Ship de- " figned for England may be delayed ** till .that is over. " The Admiral's Anfwer, by Mr. Curry. " Royal Soveraign, Ode 16th, 1702. " The Admiral is fo Very ill with the Gout, both in tc Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1753, 22 May 1753

    Poß, in the Parifli of Fivehead, through the *' Towns of Langport and Somertony to ButwcH; and ?.lfo " from Curry Rivell to Puckington Lane; and from Gary " Bridge to Street Crofi, in the County of Samofet;" to which Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1753, 23 May 1753

    in the Parifh of " Fivehead, through the Towns of Langport and Somer- " ton, to Butwell, and alfo from Curry Rivell to Puck- *l ington Lane, and from Cary Bridge to Street Crofs, in " the County of Somerfet." Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1753, 25 May 1753

    The Red Bofl, in the Parifh of Fivehead, through the Towns of Langpori and Somer- ton, to Butwell; and alfo from Curry Rivell to Puck- V XXVIII. vicefimum oftavum diem inftantis Maii, hora undecima Aurora, Domuiis fie decexnentibus. N DIE Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1753, 7 June 1753

    in the " Parifh of Fivehead, through the Towns of Lang" " port and Somerton, to Butwell; and alfo from Curry u Rivell td Piickington Lane, and from Cary Bridge to *' Street Crofs, in the County of Somerfet." " Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PYNSENT, William (c.1679-1765), of Burton, Curry Rivell, Som. and Urchfont, nr. Devizes, Wilts.

    (c.1679-1765), of Burton, Curry Rivell, Som. and Urchfont, nr. Devizes, Wilts. Constituency Dates Taunton 30 Aug. 1715 21722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Som. 1741-2. Biography The first Sir William Pynsent, whose mother was an heiress and whose uncle, a legal official,

    BURTON, John I.

    rebel Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland. This John Burton drew an annuity of ten marks from his patron's manor of Curry Revell in Somerset, which was confirmed to him by Henry IV after the earl's death, 'considering the long service

 

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