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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 248, September 1649, 01 September 1649-30 September 1649

    Moses Langford, Bratton Clovelly, unset, 80 l . Wm. Patchcot, Broadwood Widger, unset, 20 l . John Corindon, Broadwood and Germansweek 80 0 0 Also in Bratton and Bratton Clovelly, unset, 65 l . Thos. Prestwood, Totnes 48 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Andrew, I. 436 (f. 67). Weedon (Wedon) or Weedon Lois, Ntht., I. g. 226 (79, 89). Week Langford . See Germansweek. Weerdt , in the Low Countries, II. 177. -, letters dated at, II. 168, 182 (? "Viersen en la

    Index, G, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    492, 526 (1, 2). -, instructions for the levying of, I. 961. -, retained by Henry VIII., II. 480, 488. Germansweek alias Week Langford (Wykelangforde), alias Week St. German's, Devon, II. g. 107 (20), 449 (48). Germany (Almain), I. 29,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    case in which a farmer named Palmer had horsewhipped, knocked down, and severely kicked the Rev. John Suteliffe, vicar of Germansweek. -Complainant admitted that his parishioners did not care for him, but lie denied tliakhehbadchargedidefendant with immorality,- The-Leneb held thataggravation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for nine years similar to that from which he was removed yesterday. About four years ago I iemoved him from Germansweek to Orchard, and he has been treated as before. tie never had his clothes bebause be would tear them. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norton-le-Clay, to vicarage of North Stainley. Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Ripon. Rev. J. Suteliffe ; to rectory of Germansweek. Patron, the Crown (by lapse). Rev. WV. S. Sweet, to perpetual curacy of Crewkerne. Patrons, the Dean and Chapter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "■""•J sbeep stealers have tut Wme «* "-• gar.,- „, neighbourhood ofthe parij, c , ,f R *"• * witrer. Germansweek. \„d k^iZ? 4^* farmer only, Mr. Row*. „f % jS m : within these few sns-ntns at ,|j*. • Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jacobstow, Broad- woodkelley, Monk Okehampton, Okehampton, Kig- beare, Inwardleigh, Hatherleigh, Northlew, Hig- hampton, Beaworthy, Black Torrington, Ashbury, Halwell, Bratton Clovelly, Germansweek, alias Week Saint Germans, Ashwater, Clawton, Lifton, Westweek in Lifton, Virginstow, Saint Giles in the Heath, Lufficott, Broad Woodwidger, Subscribers-only content

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