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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stringston Education

    In 1874 Sir Alexander Hood built a National school and schoolhouse at Dyche for children of the poorer classes from Dodington , Holford , and Stringston , and in 1903 , when it was leased to the county council, there

    Parishes Dodington

    Cunteville. 30 Adam's son William, succeeding to land at Dodington and Perry , became thereafter known as William of Dodington . 31 A Roger of Dodington was owner of land in Dodington in the late 12th century, 32 and was

    Bridgwater Parliamentary representation

    with George Dodington . 26 From then until 1753 two members of the Dodington family, with extensive interests in the port and customs, normally held one seat, a Tory country gentleman the other. Only three elections were contested. Dodington was

    Parishes Holford

    earlier 15th centuries, 46 and George Dodington bought a house and land there in 1606 . 47 From another George Dodington , owner in 1720 , the estate descended with the manor of Dodington , passing to the Aclands in

    Stringston Manors and other estates

    in Stogursey , Dodington , Holford , and Stringston . 48 It was merged with Alfoxton manor by the earlier 18th century, and in the 19th the name was confined to two fields in Dodington parish, between Dodington village and

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U, V, 01 January 1671-31 December 1672

    150. Dodington complains of ministers of engaging in trade, 129; Dodington's fear of having offended, 133. expresses satisfaction with Dodington, 136 7; desire for good relations with England, 141. Dodington expresses special regard of king for, 137; complaints of Dodington

    Corrigenda

    5, for 1715 read 1714. " 139, " 18 from bottom, dele and. " 139, " 2, for Dotington read Dodington. " 166, " 2 from bottom, for Charles read George. " 207, " 9 from bottom, for Daver read

    Index, U, V, 01 January 1669-31 December 1670

    have good understanding with, 310. Falcombridge takes up business with, 304. his regret at dissatisfaction with Dodington, 304; Arlington pleased with forbearance shown to Dodington, 312. memorial against enticing away of English sailors by, 307 8; report upon, 308; resolution

    Corrigenda to Minutes and Warrants

    ] . " 354 " 20 for [Neerhespen ] read [Elixem ] . " 388 " 14 from foot for Dodington read Lodington. " 389 " 14 " " for South read North. " 409 " 16 " " for

    Index, B, 01 January 1671-31 December 1672

    frequent conferences with, 161. Dodington sends articles of commercial treaty to, 148; Dodington reports presentation of memorials to, 149 n ; discusses Dodington with Alberti, 175 6. Alberti to complain to, about Dodington, 156, 161; Dodington believes that put him

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DODINGTON (formerly BUBB), George (?1691-1762), of Eastbury, Dorset

    Dodington’s return to office re-opened with Newcastle. Dodington asked for his old place of treasurer of the navy, and Newcastle was all goodwill and friendship. ‘He took me in his arms’, wrote Dodington, ‘and kissed me twice, with strong assurances

    DODINGTON, John (c.1522-85), of Westminster.

    DODINGTON, John (c.1522-85), of Westminster. Constituency Dates Westminster 1572 Ofifces Held Comptroller of the pipe by 1566; clerk of the engrossment of pay books; burgess of Westminster 1585. Biography Dodington was a minor government official and land speculator. He was

    DODINGTON, George (c.1662-1720), of Dodington, Som. and Eastbury, Dorset

    Ofifces Held MP [I] 14 July 1707–13. Biography Dodington was descended from an ancient Somerset family which claimed to have been settled at Dodington since the 13th century. His grandfather, Sir Francis Dodington, had suffered for his loyalty to Charles

    BUBB (afterwards DODDINGTON), George (?1691-1762), of Eastbury, Dorset.

    the White Staff, with ‘a proper secretary of state and chancellor of the Exchequer’, i.e. Dodington himself, in the Commons.[footnote]Though Compton failed to respond, Dodington became closely connected with him and his friend, the Duke of Dorset, acting with Walpole

    TUCKER, John (d.1779), of Weymouth, Dorset

    behave’, wrote Dodington to Dashwood,[footnote] ‘with the submission which becomes his rank and situation’-a poor presence which could not disguise the fact that Tucker was willing to oblige Bute but not to yield to Dodington. Two months later Dodington was

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Sealy, 5/1/1821

    Sealy Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 5/1/1821 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Dodington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 33 (Beadon Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802- 1824 Comment

    Charles Robert Ashfield, 23/2/1831

    Ashfield Forename Charles Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 23/2/1831 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Dodington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 34 (Law's Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824-

    Thomas Ruscombe, 30/6/1731

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ruscombe Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 30/6/1731 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Dodington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B.Reg/26 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wynne, John/Bath & Wells 1727- 1743 Comment

    James Lewis, 22/9/1746

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lewis Forename James Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 22/9/1746 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Dodington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B.Reg/27 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Willes, Edward/Bath & Wells 1743- 1773 Comment

    Christofer Badcocke, 5/12/1554

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Badcocke Forename Christofer Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 5/12/1554 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Dodington// OTHER INFORMATION Source 'Canterbury Sede Vacante' (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Canterbury Province 0- 0 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Horsemonden, in Kent, to Julia Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Tbonas L. Hodges, Esq. of lemosted. On the 3d inst. at Dodington, Gtoucestershire, the HlOn. Arthur Thellugson, brother of Lord Rerdlesbcoa, to Caroline Anna Maria, second daughter of Sir C. Bethell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWARD GIBsowN. Vols. 16. and 17. BENvGNUTO URLLONI. Vol. IS. JANLES LACKINIGTON. Vol. 19. THEOJIALD WOLFE Tows. Vo.1 20. BOBS DODINGTON. Vols. 21. and 22. MARGRAVINB of BAREBITH3. Any volume or life may be bought separately, distinct title-pages being. printed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWARD GOuBON;. Ils. 16 and 17. BENVENUTO CELLINI. Vol. IS. JAMEs LAcarINoToN. Vol. 1t. TernBALD WoLER TONE. Vol. 20. Buss DODINGTON. Vaol. 21 and 22. MARGRAVINB of BAREITR. VoIs. 23 and 24. GOLDONI. Any volume or life may be bought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his brothers and sisters in com- posing a play. Even that caricature of an intriguing and servile states- man, Bubb Dodington, bad a poetical vein of tender and serious grace.- MonthIly Repository. * Here is one of the couplets, not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him to stay and trample on them where he is rather than go and attend to his sheep. Your Bnbb Dodington calls half London to testify that it is for Majesty to be displeased and for Bubb to confess himself Subscribers-only content

 

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