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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges College of de Vaux, Salisbury

    Dewlish and 3 acres there. 6 The bishop first granted the advowsons of the church and chapels to the warden and scholars; 7 then on 1 November 1262 , with the consent of the cathedral chapter, he appropriated Milborne,

    Parishes North Charford with South Charford

    I. This settlement was made on the occasion of William, the son's marriage with Elizabeth daughter of Arthur Radford of Dewlish (co. Dors.). P.C.C. 93 Secker. Recov. R. Mich. 2 Will. IV , rot. 187. V.C.H. Hants , i, 488

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Milton

    abbey spiritualities amounting to £9 18 s . 8 d . from the churches of Sydling, Puddletown , Tolpuddle , Dewlish , Whitcombe , and Holworth , Stockland , Cattistock and Compton ; 10 and temporalities valued at £126 9

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Cranbourne

    from the church of Edmondsham , 2 s . from that of Wimborne Karentham, and £1 from the vicarage of Dewlish . 10 The temporalities were all entered under Tewkesbury , and realized £25 12 s . 6 d .

    Stoke Trister Stoke Trister in 1838

    Its realignment within the parish, south of the original route and bypassing Bayford , was completed in 1992 . Merrydown, Dewlish , Devilish, or Devenish Lane and another further north-east link Wincanton and Bayford with Stoke village. The second may

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRANGWAYS, John (?1688-1716), of Dewlish, Dorset.

    (?1688-1716), of Dewlish, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 10 May 1715 Biography While at Oxford in 1708, John Strangways accidentally shot and killed a friend with whom he was out shooting.[footnote] Returned on his brother’s interest in 1715 as a Tory

    SKINNER, Thomas (1662-1732), of Dewlish, Dorset.

    (1662-1732), of Dewlish, Dorset. Constituency Dates Wareham 2 May 1689 Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset June 1688-9, by 1701-?d., commr. for assessment 1690, sheriff 1703-4. Biography Skinner’s father, of Devonshire origin, was responsible for transmitting money to the exiled Richard Cromwell

    MICHEL, David Robert (?1735-1805), of Dewlish, Dorset

    Robert (?1735-1805), of Dewlish, Dorset Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 12 Dec. 1780 1784 Biography In 1780 Michel contested Lyme Regis on the Fane interest. After a double return the election was declared void, but Michel was returned at a second

    DUCKETT, George (1684-1732), of Hartham House, Corsham, Wilts. and Dewlish, Dorset

    Hartham House, Corsham, Wilts. and Dewlish, Dorset Constituency Dates Calne 1705 1710 Calne 1722 19 Feb 1723 Ofifces Held Commr. excise 1723–d. Biography Duckett’s family had been established in Wiltshire since the 16th century. As lord of the manor of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D

    Devonshire , Countess of. See Cecil, Elizabeth. Devonshire , Earl of. See Cavendish, William. Dewes , Captain. See Dewy, James. Dewlish (Duelish), co. Dorset, letter dated from, 196. Dewy (Dewes), James, Captain, of Bloxworth, co. Dorset, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers

    Index, Q, R

    Robert, 5th Earl of Sussex, 210. Radford , Arthur, of Dewlish, co. Dorset, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 196. recommends dismissal of Sherfield, 196. Radford , Francis, of Dewlish, co. Dorset, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 196. recommends

    Index, D

    esq.), of Newhall, 725, 904 (viii). Deubeth [(?) or Denbeth ( unidentified ) ] , Cornw., 203, 269. Deuelyssh. See Dewlish. Develpoull [ unidentified , Dorset ] , 646. Devenshire , John, yeoman, of London, 893. Devenyssh , Richard, esq., Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    1224. Devyn. See Darwen. Dewar , John, dyer, of London, 204. Dewchurch , Dewechurch, Great [co. Hereford ] , 431. Dewlish , Diuelissh [co. Dorset ] , 354, 408. Dey , John, clerk, 1085, 1170. -, Richard, 194. Deyngayne , Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    beside Cologne, II. 126. Deuxhill (Dewxhill, Deulxhill), Salop, I. g. 981 (53). Develen . See Dublin. Develisshe , Dors. See Dewlish. Devenysshe , Wm., I. g. 981 (21). Devereux (Deveres), Mr., I. 832 (pp. 467, 469), 979. Devonshire I. 377,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Haoits. At Dorchester, Robert Willis, Esq., of Port-au-Prince, to Elia, second daugh- ter of the late Charles Bilandy, Esq., of Dewlish, Dorset. On the 7th inst., at St George's, Hanover square, Edmund Mills, of Biielud lodge, Berks, Esq., to Mrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comparison with any labourers in any county. The Lovelesses, and others whom I could mention in the villages of Tolpiddle, Dewlish, and Piddletown, have long been the subjects of bitter and unrelenting persecution."-They were Methodists. The writer names several gen- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an Excausion Train still leays Paddington at .15 for L'L.Y'()UTII, colliag at Wroeto.esuper-btare, Bridge- sater, Taunton, Tivert,)n Rond, Exeter, Stareross, Dewlish, Teignonouth, Torquay, Totnes. anid Plymouth, and will retorn from Plyimoath, at 9.15 aim. on lMonday, the lstli Auguat, calling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lovelace, churchwarden, Piddlehinton. "Isaac Syrnes, churchwarden, Portesham. " W. Symesi.rchwarden, Muckleford. "E. Bridle, warden, Bincombe. "C. Kent, c nrc den Dewlish. " S. Symnes, churchwarden, Piddletrenthide. "T. Bascombe. "T. Pouncy. " J. Best, churchwarden, Warmwell. "J. C. Foot, churchwarden, Buckland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a mslet comfortablo 1-logos,. with good irallel-is garden; quite private.-For paerticulars, apply, in the tiest Instance, Crust her, ti, Straned. Dewlish. 67ll JlAS(E.S Crote, five mites from Moseley, near Swane Ienn, rcAsea or Roadi-To Let. Cottage; foere rooms; large garder, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Rush Hallett Churchill, 0/8/1805

    William Rush Hallett Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 0/8/1805 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Dewlish// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/1/2 (Act Book 1782-1810) (Episcopal Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Pelham, George/Bristol 1803- 1807 Comment

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