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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannington Manors and other estates Plan of Cannington Court

    William Furtherede and Isabel wife of Walter Galhampton . The children of Denise's son John died without issue and her share of Putnell passed to her daughter Nichole, who married Walter's brother Robert Galhampton ; Robert was followed by John,

    Yarlington Yarlington in 1838

    Souls and a considerable pluralist. 78 By 1548 a light in the church had been endowed with 2 a. in Galhampton in North Cadbury . 79 In 1568 the rector was accused of not catechizing and the parish was served

    Wembdon Manors and other estates

    probably removed in the earlier 17th century when the house was remodelled, either by the Bull family or by Francis Galhampton , tenant from 1620. 61 The passageway was extended across a new north range to a two-storeyed porch, which

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    Edith, m. Ric. Basset, Rob. de, Byng , Ann, Eliz., and Geo., Byrnsige (fl. 10th cent.) , Cadbury , North, Galhampton , n Woolston , Cadbury , South, castle, Calcraft , John, Calverleigh ( Devon ) , Cambridge , University,

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    Willoughby bought Margar et's sixth share in 1555 and died in 1559 . His son Richard sold it to Richard Galhampton and George Cheeke (d. c . 1589) in 1580 . 16 The share passed to Cheeke's son Henry (d.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    broker. Heniy Morgan, Charlotte*- iti eet. Bu-SiKh.in.' „te. WiUiam Mitchell, Durnford, WUtabiro, oarrinter Edmund Moaa, Liverpool, hcenaed victualler hTichard Napper, Galhampton, Somersetshire, carpenter. Jamea] Ogier, Proemantle, Hampahire. draper. Joaeph J. Oaboma Devonshire- place, Turnham- green, builder. Jahn N Patr-Z' •on. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    combe Wood. The Cadbury Harriers meet this day at the Red Po>t ; Thuisday, at North Barrow ; Saturday, at Galhampton. Mr. Cridland's Harriers meet this day at the kennel Wednesday, at Wellisford ; Friday, at Preston Hill- at ten." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, at Aldsworth Bridge - at half-past eleven. The Cadbury hariers this day, at the Down House ; Wednesday, at Galhampton ; Saturday, at Spark ford Bridge. Mr. Portman's hounds to-morrow, at Shillingston ; Friday, at Down House. The Somerset Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Compton Castle; Thursday, at HenstrWge Kennel ; Saturday, at Asham Wood- at half-past ten. Cadbury hariers on Monday at Galhampton; Wednesday, at Brook House ; Saturday, at Steart Farm, Babcary. Mr. Horlock's hounds on Tuesday at Toghill Turnpike- gate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood ; Saturday, at Compton Castle- at half-past ten. The Cadbury hariers on Monday, at Anchor Bridge ; Thursday, at Galhampton ; Saturday, at the Kennel. Mr. C. Brock's hounds on Tuesday, at Pensax; Friday, at Kennel- at half-past ten. Subscribers-only content

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