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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Petherton Charities for the poor

    have been lost. 33 Mary Moggridge by will dated 1725 gave £20 for bread on St. Stephen's day. 34 Mary Escott by will dated 1809 gave £100 to the poor; under a scheme of 1871 the income was used in

    Goathurst Charities for the poor

    sold in 1981 . The income was distributed in cloth and came to be known as the dowlais charity. Mary Escott , by a codicil dated 1809, gave £100 for lying-in women, to provide a nurse for two weeks after

    Parishes Stogumber

    Sweet Escott . Anna succeeded on her grandmother's death two years later, 181 and died in 1872 , when her heir was her cousin, the Revd. William Sweet Escott (d. 1913). William's son, the Revd. W. S. Sweet Escott ,

    Marston Magna Marston Magna in 1838

    1883 ). T. H. S. Escott , Somerset ( 1908 ), 118; Kelly 's Dir. Som . ( 1902 ); inf. from Gaymer group. Kelly 's Dir. Som . ( 1894 , 1897, 1902); Escott , Somerset , 118; inf.

    Parishes Clatworthy

    had been created within the tithing of Syndercombe. Westcott farm of c . 90 a. passed through the families of Escott and Leigh , and c . 1828 to the Revd. Thomas Tudball (d. 1864). 120 The second freehold, totalling

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    various parts of the county. At one of these political feasts at Taunton, a Reverend Divine of the name of Escott most solemnly assured the interested eaters, that Sir Thomas Lethbridge, Baronet, of Sand-hill Park, ine the County of Somerset, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    persons assembled at an early hour in Covent Garden. The three candidates, Sir J. C. IHobhouse, Col. Evans, and Mr. Escott, with their respective friends, made their ap- pearance on the hustings at halfpast 12 o'clock. More than a usual Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contested elec- have received besides the states of polls in several nfew elections, viz. ENGLAND. Somerset, West.-Sanford, 2013; Tynte, 1905; Escott, 1179 Worcester, West.-Lygon, 865; Winnington, 849; Pak 1179. Warwick, County, North.-Wilmot, 1862; Dugdale, 1747; Gregory, IRELAND. Carlow, Borouglh.-F. Bruen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hales (R) . . 1356 Two first returned. SomERSET (WEST.) Sanford (R) . . 3765 Tynte (R) . . 3385 Escott (T) . . 2768 Two first returned. WORCESTERSHIRE(WEST I Lygon (T) . . 1951 Winnington (R) 19 1 I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reformer, 1,067; Thofrely, Tory, 1,052; Lenbow, 005: Burtan, t;13. Two first elected. W7inchester.-J. B. East, Tory. 229; Mildmay, Reformer, 242; Escott, 213. , fl'-elsall.-Finrch, Reformer, 516; Forster, Tory, 296. Wh'orCester.-Ot Saturday the election for this city took place, when Mr Subscribers-only content


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