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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannington Charities for the poor

    for the poor every Sunday; Sir Bartholomew Michell (d. 1616), who gave £20 for the poor on Christmas Eve; Margery Duddlestone (d. 1711), who gave £10 for bread on New Year's day; and Richard Tilley or Tapp (d. 1598), who

    Broomfield Manors and other estates

    Higher Holwell , descended with Enmore manor in the late 17th century 52 but in 1743 was purchased by William Duddlestone Skinner. Twelve years later Skinner sold to John Perceval , earl of Egmont (d. 1770), and until 1835 Holwell

    Index K-Z

    Mr., Sired (fl. 1066) , Siward (fl. 1066) , Siwoldestone , see Petherton, North: Shovel Skinner (Skynner) : Wm., Wm. Duddlestone , Slade : Sir Alf. (d. 1890), Sir Alf. (d. 1960), Sir Benj ., Sir Cuthbert , Sir Fred

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the wshole of the premises were included in the defendant's license.-After a consultation, the Bench dismissed the summons. fUlBLaDOM AGAIS.-AvWliam Duddlestone (55), lamp- worker, of no fixed abode, was charged with attempting to commit suicide by cutting his throat on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of the horse, 2 was dismised on payment of costs. Mr. G. Rose 2 appeared for the defence. James Duddlestone, v Wednesbury, was summoned, as owner, for . allowing a horse belonging to him to be worked whilst quite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it down to a single th diamiond, is also a mere personal history. As for bum the talc of John Duddlestone, the egregious bodice- pro maker of Bristol, whom Prince lerg ofDnark, the or Queen Anne, made a baronet in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sive. The Queen, however, made Lady Duddlestone a; present of a gold watch, which my Lady considered as no small ornament when she went to market, suspended over a blue apron. Sir John Duddlestone, with his lady, lies buried in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. H Mowbray Northcote, of Hatherleigh. For the best yearlinj colt or filly, 5/., to Mr. William Gapper, of Duddlestone Taunton j and a second prize of 31. to the Bey, H. Mowbra Northcote. The Key. KG. Copp-stoa, ol* Subscribers-only content

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