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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Barrington The Church of St. Mary , Barrington

    192. Devon R.O. 1077M/4/2-9; Burke, Land. Gent . ( 1952 ), 1698-9 ; M.I. in Gittisham ch. Devon R.O. 1077M, pedigree in file; M.I. in Gittisham ch. Devon R.O. 547B/P 1726 . S.R.O., DD /PH 127. Ibid.; Proc. Som. Arch.

    Parishes Crowcombe

    been described as the finest house of its date in the county south of Bath . 83 Thomas Parker of Gittisham ( Devon ) began the design and building, taking advantage of the sloping site by placing the house at

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    Combe : Edw., curate of Barrington , 118-19 John, rector of Crewkerne , 30 John (fl. 1667), 227 Combe (in Gittisham , Devon ), 90, 114 Combe Florey , 16 Combe , Higher (in Dulverton ), 90 Combe St. Nicholas


    Brendon ; Burlescombe ; Calverleigh ; Canonsleigh; Churchstanton ; Clayhanger ; Creedy Park ; Cullompton ; Ermington ; Fremington ; Gittisham ; Haccombe ; Halberton ; Hartland ; Heanton Punchardon ; Hockworthy ; Holcombe Rogus ; Honiton ; Ilfracombe ;

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    Ralph Hurding of Long Bredy (Dors.), and Ralph's son Henry conveyed it in 1621 to Nicholas Putt of Coombe in Gittisham ( Devon ). 275 Nicholas's son William was declared a lunatic in 1662 and the manor passed to his

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1688, 10-20, 10 May 1688-18 May 1688

    in Gittisham, co. Devon; likewise the two acres of meadow called the Mill Meadow and close of pasture of two acres called the Pitt Close and the like close of 2 acres called the Headlands in the parish of Gittisham;

    Cases brought before the committee, February 1651, 01 February 1651-28 February 1651

    before the county commissioners, that during the late wars, he was lieutenant in the troop of Capt. Wm. Isaac, of Gittisham, who commanded for the KING. 148 28 23 July 1651. He petitions that there is a charge of delinquency Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, March 1652, 01 March 1652-31 March 1652

    to Rob. Worthington, of Rawcliffe. 161 347 Devonshire Delinquents. Vol. G No. or p. 2 March 1652. John Sherman, of Gittisham, Thos. Seaman and Ed. Clode, of Ottery St. Mary, Mark Blackmore, of Harpford, and Anthony Martyn, of Bradninch, all Subscribers-only content

    Imperfect Cases

    Earl of Shrewsbury 32 135 31 Jan. 1653. Henry Long, Ashley, Box parish, Wilts 32 177 5 Sept. Wm. Putt, Gittisham, Devon 33 300 13 Dec. John Newnham, Somerset 33 323 Wm. Whitchurch, Banwell, Somerset 33 322 11 March 1654. Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    438 (2 m. 8): g. 969 (47). Extuart . See Stewart. Exwill (Exilond), Devon, g. 1083 (2). Eydesham . See Gittisham. Eydon , Ntht., g. 257 (32). Eye , Suff., 438 (4 m. 19): g. 2055 (50). -, constable of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 March 1827, 5 March 1827

    several Parishes of « of the Roman Catholics, will continue to preserve the Gittisham, Feniton, and Combrawleieh, in the County of « \TQt;on frnmtho n.Jnn.Orc«fPnnQr,, »mi,oL^n:^u Gittisham, Feniton, and Combrawleigh, in the County of Devon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    &c. of Ossory; Dean and Chapter of Canterbury; Kingsdown; Holt otherwise Lyons, Denbigh; Caernarvon; Chagfbrd, &c. Devon; Wrex¬ ham ; Gittisham, &c.; St. George the Martyr, and St. Mary Magdalen, Canterbury; Sidbury; Ware, &c.; Dean and Chapter of Peterborough; Rochester; Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1834, 20 June 1834

    subscribed: Also Upon reading the Petition of the Members and Friends of the Church of England in the Parish of Gittisham, in the County of Devon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    ; Yealmpton; Chris- towe; Buckfastleigh; Morebath ; Modbury ; Littleham cum Exmouth; Farway ; Monk Okehampton ; East Ailing- ton; Gittisham; Sheepwash ; Aveton Giflbrd ; Cadeleigh; Loxbearand Calverleigh; Moiikleigh; Dowland; Park- ham; Bishop's Nympton; Westleigh; Bradworthy cum Pancras Wyke; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    agreed to, 318. r. a. 385. See infra, 525. Ghorsty Hill: See infra, 474 —Gillow Hollow. See infra, 668. 278. Gittisham and Sidmouth:—Referred, lxxi. 53. Leave granted to deposit a map with the Clerk of the Peace; Bill ordered ; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Knowles, rector of Wintoringhame Lincolnsbirc, to Lsainia Margaret, oldest daughter of J. A. Byers, Eeq., Lenulngton, M.AYNE-MARsDErrr-May 8th, at Gittisham, by the Rev. M, J. Anderson, rector of Hoekering, Norfolk, brother-in-law to the bride, the Rev. James Walyne, rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tle prie-vinuers in tbe various departments were Mr. tIolert A. Benson, 11, Caledonia-place, Clifton, Bristol; Mir. ti. IV. Lincoln Hardy, Gittisham, Hroitoin, Devon- shire; and Mr. W. L. Nicholson, Oakfield, Ryton, Northumberlaisd. Tli i-IEALTHINESS OF THE EA LECTRIO LIonT.- This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    24, at Christ Church, Chelten- ham,. by the Rev. Thomas H~ans Sotheby, Vicar of Milverton, Sornerset, John. Marker, Esq., of Gittisham, Devon, Lieut. 5th Fosilier,, to Charlotte Sophia, third dnaughter of the Rev. Frederick L. Moysey. Trench an~d Taylor-May 25, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tedring Hall, Stoke-by- Nayland, Suffolk. Rev. C. Poynder; rector of Riasington Wick, Gloucester- shire. Rev. F. T. Salmon; rector of Gittisham, Devonshire. Mr. John Troutbeck, M.A., minor canon of Westminster; honorary priest in ordinary of Her Majesty's Chapels Royal. Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place. On the Sth inst., Mr. R. Hardy, grocer, Norwich, to Sarah Ann Ashley, Lynn. On the Sth inst., at Gittisham, the Rev. Jas Mayne Rector of Romansleigh, Devon, to Ellen, daughter of the late Richard Marsden, Esq., of Halton Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Alexander Skynner, 0/0/1645

    Record ID: 178914 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Skynner Forename Alexander Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1645 Office/Status Rector Location Gittisham// OTHER INFORMATION Source Devon RO, AE/V/2 (Visitation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction archdeacon of Exeter/Exeter 0- 0 Comment

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