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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chilworth

    who prior to the year 1372 conveyed it to John Daccombe , 12 in whose family the manor remained for the next century . It was held by Thomas Daccombe in 1477 , 13 and sixty years later it wa

    Parishes Melchet Park

    in 1608 by James I to William Brocke for the lives of John, Alice and Dorothy Daccombe , the children of Sir John Daccombe , mentioned above, at a yearly rent of £13 6 s . 8 d ., 43

    Parishes Bulford

    on Henry, prince of Wales (d. 1612). 69 In 1614 Leonard Welsted bought it and sold it to (Sir) John Daccombe , who sold it in moieties. 70 The lordship and a moiety of the manor were bought in 1614

    Abbas and Temple Combe Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 Abbas and Temple Combe

    In 1611 Cecil conveyed the two manors to his agent ( Sir) John Daccombe , also an executor of Charles Brooke and feodary of Somerset . 57 Daccombe died in 1618 leaving a son John under age. 58 In 1632

    Warminster Lesser estates

    heir. 62 It descended to John's grandson, Roger Newburgh , who held it in 1493 . 63 In 1504 Henry Daccombe and Christian his wife, who was probably the daughter of Newburgh , conveyed it to Richard Elyot, sergeant-at-law. 64

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1596-31 December 1596

    , Sir F. See Drake. Daccombe , John, 549. Dacres (Dakers, Dackers) : Lord, 406, 486. Lady, 559, 560. Captain, 206 ter , 361. Dacres case , the, 553. Dale : Dr., 257. James Van, 350. Mr., 31, 215. Damport

    Entry Book, July 1677, 11-20, 01 July 1677-31 July 1677

    of his attendance. Out Letters ( Customs ) III. p. 327. Same from same to same to employ Edward Dackombe (Daccombe) as a surveyor of the land waiters London port, loco Ephraim Paine who "as I am informed," is desirous

    Cecil Papers, January 1594, 01 January 1594-31 January 1594

    January 1594 Captain Robert Daccombe to Lord Burghley. 1593/4, Jan. 8. Upon the 7th of this month, received secret advertisements by two several men, accustomed to bring a contribution to the States' Commissary here resident, that the enemy doth continue

    Index, D, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    D D Daccombe , William, 216. Dacre (Dacres), , in Scotland, 402. Dacre , Mrs. Elizabeth, letter to, 291. Francis, 61 (3). , letters from, 71, 291. , daughter of, 291. , ( Bess ), 71. , pension for, 71,

    Cecil Papers, December 1602, 1-15, 01 December 1602-15 December 1602

    . 1 pp. ( 96. 95.) John Budden to Sir Robert Cecil. 1602, Dec. 6. I have sent my nephew Daccombe up to attend your directions about the preparing the Bishop of Bath and Wells and the Dean and Chapter

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cavalry), who are encamped in Pon2tefract Park (under canvas for the first time), wvere inspected yesterday by Colonel C. W. Daccombe, Inspecting Oicer of the Auxiliary Cavalry in the North-Eastern Distriot. The regimaent was put through various movements, and did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Alfred Walker, chairman of the sanitary committee. The deputation was introduced by Lord Robert Grosvenor, and Mr. Thomas Slingsby Daccombe, DLP., Finsbury. THE EARL GRANVILLE'S EXTRAORDINARY MISSION TO MOSCOW. Hlis Excellency the Earl Granville, Ambassador Extraordinary to tbe coronation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7th Royal Fusilliers, by the Adju- The W~-Oeneral. to t xced, Captain Lancelot, Cambridge Militia, by Colonel Honl. 0. thir Daccombe. thai Itichardea, Captain W. J. B., 21set Hlussairs, by lieutenant-ra General Hon. Si Jam es Yorke Scarlett, K.CB. o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to crowd many pretty places into the drive. Descending Whiddon-hill, and pass- ing through Kings Kerswell, we drove near to Daccombe, through Barton and St. Mary Church, with its marble-works, elaborate Anglican parish church and still more remarkable Roman Catholic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Dawe, Plymouth ; C. Barber, South Brent ; J. Maddicott, Barton ; Joseph Hearle, Lif ton ; ti. Couch, Daccombe ; J. Couch, Oldhay ; C. Eggins, St. Germans ; J. Her- ring, St- Melho-,; G. Raby, Liskeard ; Subscribers-only content

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