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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Dundon

    Dundon West field. Parts of a large hedge bank survive around the former Dundon West field dividing it from the moor, probably giving rise to the names Hayes and Dundon Hayes . 28 There was a small park at

    Introduction Whitley Hundred

    been added, 21 By 1327 Blackford was defined as Blackford , Holton , 22 and Lattiford , 23 and Dundon as Dundon and Compton . By 1364 Durborough (in Stogursey ) had been added, to be linked by 1497 with

    Introduction Introduction

    estate of Shapwick . 1 Sutton was among the fees which in the 14th century formed the so-called manor of Dundon super Polden held under Glastonbury abbey. It had been held in 1166 under Robert Malet by Hubert de Sancta

    List of Illustrations and Maps

    English Heritage. NMR BB016044 100 43 Compton Dundon parish in 1842 104 44 Compton Dundon , remains of Dundon manor house, 1834. Wash drawing by J. C. Buckler (S.A.S.) 107 45 Compton Dundon , possible chapel at Compton , 1847.

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    In 1274 Glastonbury abbey claimed the right to take strays in Stawell , presumably as part of its estate of Dundon super Polden. 3 Court rolls for the manor survive for September 1603 and for March and October 1632 and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 October 1796, 31 October 1796

    Jöütuals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1796, jamiefon & Co. againfl Lawrie. Malt Bill. Land Tax Bill. After" hearing Counfel further in the Caufe wherein John Jamiefon and Company, Merchants in Leith, are Appellants, and John Laurie is Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1796, 5 December 1796

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. J. 1795. Aller Enclo- fure Bill. Gruneifen's Naturaliza¬ tion Bill. Ravelli's Na- " now Wife, and to enable him to marry again ; and " for other Purpofes therein mentioned ;" and to Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1759, 22 January 1759

    info a Law; and fet- ting forth, that the Road from Pipers Inn aforefaid, through the Parishes of Waltoh-fireet, Compten, Dundon, and Butleigh, to a certain Hoiife calitd Kingwejlon Inn, in the Parifh of Kingwefion, all in the faid County Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1772, 10 February 1772

    of feveral Lords of the Manor, Clergymen, Gentlemen, Freeholders, and others, of the feveral Parifhes and Hamlets of Somerton, Cumpton Dundon, Street, Walton, Aiflicott, Grienton, Murlinch, Shapwick, and divers other. Parifhes and Hamlets, interefted in a Tract of Wafte Ground, Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1772, 2 April 1772

    of feveral lxjrds of the Manor, Clergymen, Gentlemen, Freeholders, and others, of the feveral Parifhes and Hamlets oi Somerton, Cumpton Dundon, Street, Walton, Aiflicott, Grkiiton, Murlinch, Shapwick, and divers .other Parifhes and Hamlets, interefkd in a Traft ofWafte Ground, called Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a large concourse of people. His name is Cooper, and he is a mason.-Lincoln Mercury.-A brute in human shape, named Dundon, in the neighbourhood of Miltowrnmalbry, ate, last week, for a wager, a pound of halfpenny candles, and afterwards drank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ny te 5 Vti~ at I e"eiantt anti Co., Hankers anid Slack t lI-et-a , r ,- Vicwlar- Its-cur, Dundon, 11 h PU10BLIC NOrLES. TOWN Th ALL S i ssns. 1 G1S8-SO.'S CoxciERs. * Bl.nsrs HARPISON hbase again to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. FOUR OAKS PARK RACES. -YESTERDAY. Following In the track of thle sister meeting at Warwickc, the senjority of those sportsmen that assisted at the latter meeting J.ware present tisis afternoon, and thes general attendance wsca fully nup Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rUBLICOATIONS. WAKE, 0 IIAPPY NATION Aj NATIONAL SONG AND ChORUS Composed In Commemoration of HER MAJESTY'S JUBILEE. WORDS BY HENRY ROSE. MUSIC BY J. IUNXRO COWARD. "-A tuno which every voiee of moderate ranlge can sing,-Timrvr. "I should net Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CxLEANUNGS. Trades Councils are about to be established at Don. caster end Barnsley. Alderman Sir Thomas Gabriel, Bart., died on Monday nat his residence, Edgece)mbe Hal1 Wimbledon, after a tlong illsesda The title of the new poem by Lord Subscribers-only content

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