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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey

    Tracey , 'Northlieu,' 18 Holsworthy , 'Longeacre,' co. Devon ; Blagdon , Lydford , 19 Staunton , co. Somerset ; and 'Takkebere' co. Cornwall , with the advowsons of Blagdon , Lydford , 'Northlieu,' and Holsworthy ; but when Sir

    Index A-J

    Robert ( fl . 1316) Robert ( fl . 1599) Hollis , Mrs. Evelyn Holloway , in London q.v . Holsworthy ( Devon ) Holwell , Stephen Holywell Field , in Potterspury q.v . Home Farm , in Ashton ;

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    46 An estate with somewhat different origins was that founded by William Clarke , the son of Richard Clarke of Holsworthy ( Devon ), 47 who first appears at Potterspury as lessee and bailiff of the rectory manor in 1516

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    254; Phil., 10, 11, 340; Wm. of Warkworth ( Northants ), and his w. Mary, 254 Holme , Wm., 138 Holsworthy ( Devon ), 224 Holt , Ann, see Love; Cath., see Dormer; Chas., 316, 323; Eliz., see Lynde; Helen,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RAYMOND, Thomas (d.1418), of Simpson in Holsworthy, Devon.

    money to prisoners in the royal and episcopal gaols at Exeter. Raymond’s widow, to whom he left jewellery, the ornaments in the chapel at Simpson, and the crops awaiting harvest at Holsworthy, was still living at Holsworthy in December 1420.[footnote]

    ARSCOTT, John (by 1517-58), of Tetcott, Devon.

    and Hatherleigh, both within a dozen miles of the family home at Holsworthy. He was, however, to settle at Tetcott, a non-monastic manor five miles south of Holsworthy, which he bought in the same year from Sir John Neville. These

    NORRIS, Thomas II (d.1424/5), of Chudleigh, Devon.

    advowson of a chantry at Trewyn, and lands in Whitebear, Cookbury Week and Tinacre, all these places being situated near Holsworthy in the north of the shire.[footnote] But Norris enjoyed the income from these estates for no more than three

    DENYS, Walter (d.c.1410), of Bradford, Devon.

    besides the manor of Bradford in Milton Damerel he held parcels of land in north and east Devon at Thorndon, Holsworthy, Meeth, Goodleigh, Axminster, Uphay and elsewhere. Walter inherited the estate before 1382, when he and his mother conveyed property

    PASFORD (PAFFORD), John, of Devon.

    Alderford, Devon, was granted to him at the same time.[footnote]Among Pasford’s associates were the noted Devonshire lawyers, Thomas Raymond* of Holsworthy and John Hill† (afterwards j.KB) both of whom wore the livery of Edward Courtenay, earl of Devon, and it

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, Addenda

    troop, in place of Arthur Usher. Minute. [ Ibid . ] April 30. Licence for the house of Samuel Mayne, Holsworthy, Devon, for Presbyterians. [ S.P. Dom., Entry Book 38a, p . 104. ] April. Several inhabitants of Dorchester to Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1673, 1-15, 01 March 1673-31 March 1673

    lease under the Exchequer Seal to Henry Northleigh, Esq., of the fifteenth part of a messuage in the parish of Holsworthy, co. Devon, part of the lands of Richard Peryn, yeoman, outlaw. Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 299.

    Historical Collections, The proceedings of Fairfax's Army

    to the uttermost. The next day having sent some Regiments of Horse and Foot to advance unto Quarters up towards Holsworthy , to set the Enemy more home unto Cornwall and with more terror upon them, I sent also one

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    John, of Pyworthy, Devon, Presbyterian, licence requested for licence to receipt for licence to, (Michael T., of Pyworthy) Michael, of Holsworthy, Devon, Presbyterian, licence requested for licence to Richard, Congregational, licence requested for Teesdale , , of Berwick, Presbyterian, licence Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 22 November 1830, 22 November 1830-22 November 1830

    to withdraw his said Appeal, on Payment of the Respondent's Costs, as desired. Coals carried Coastwise, Petitions from Wisbech & Holsworthy for Repeal of Duty on. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Town and Neighbourhood of Wisbech

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 May 1822, 15 May 1822

    of Land in the County of Buckingham, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Holsworthy: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Owners and Occupiers of Land in Holsworthy, and its Vicinity, in the County of Devon, whose Names are thereunto Subscribers-only content

    Index, 25 November 1823

    Suffolk; and Hundreds of Loes and Hoxne, 172. — Three from Suffolk; Two from Kent; Two from Sussex; Cornwall; Bucks; Holsworthy; and Hundred of Humbleyard, Norfolk, 179. — Hundreds of Brothercross, 183. — Tunstead and Happing, 184. — Diss; and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 6 January 1825

    List of Causes as non-effective, 461. Petitions — (1.) Relative to the Duty on Coals ; from Shaftesbury, 29. — Holsworthy, 31. — Watchett and Mine- head, 40. — Great Torrington, 49. — Stratton, 52. — Exeter, 76. — Royston, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    London, Westminster, and Southwark; Stirling; St. Mary Somerset and St. Mary Mounthaw, London; St. Anne Limehouse; Austrey; Downham; Appleby; and Holsworthy, 17th May, 823 to 832. 3, „ in favour of the Claims of the Roman Catholics j from Catholics Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    in the"County of Stafford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Holsworthy: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Holsworthy Chapel, in the County of Devon, whose Names are Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    buildings.] T. Crawsshaw, Leeds, woolstapler. - [King, Hatton garden.] W. Asian, 'oll-end. Stafford, iron-master. [Norton, Gray's inn square.] J. Hick-s, Holsworthy, Devonhliire,grocer. [Sole, Aldermanbury.] J. T. Lowther,Sonithwark, merchant. [Hewitt, Tokenhouse yard.] G. Marrison. Norwich, dyer. [Francis and Co. New Boswell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Butler. Surrey-grove, Kent-roar?. R. Casstinei Devereux-court, Strand, tailor. [Dobie, Buckingham-st. Strand. J. Davson, Pimlicovictualler. [Ellson and Bloxam, Lincolo's-inn-fields. R. Hoskin, Holsworthy. Devonsh. innkeeper. [Stevens, Gray's-inn-square. J. Singleton. Rugeley, Staffordsh. chymist. [Dove, Carey-st. W. Hume, Manchester, timber-merchant. [Taylor and Roscoe. Temple. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    persons, for the release of persons confined for political offences. On Friday an alarming fire broke out at Tetcott, near Holsworthy, in the cottage of Sir William Molesworth, Bart., M.P. This beautiful building was erected a few years since at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant. [Venning and Co., Tokenhouse yard, Lothbury. J. 1. and W. B. Baker, Wolverhampton, iron dealers. [Riobinson, Wotverhampton. J. Staddon, Holsworthy, Devonshire, grocec'. [Baker and Co., Lime strert, city. L: E. Davis, Moarnhull, Dorsetshire, catt e dealec'. [Cragg end Jeyes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brewers-Jane 23, E. Pass, Sheffield, butcher-Jane 23, G. Crookes, Sheffield, bookseller-Jane 26, T. Watson, Torquay, Devonshire, innkeeper-Jane 26, I. Branwell, Holsworthy, Devonshire, attorney-Juae 26, J. Dobbs, Withington, Herefordshire, timber mnerchant-Jane 26, G. Coewell, Birmingham, news agent-June 27, J. Grosvenor, Wolverhampton, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Conciliation Lodge

    (3483) Lodge Details Named in: 1910 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1910 Warrant of Constitution: 6th December 1910. Consecrated 14th February 1911 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3483 Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Holsworthy, Devonshire, England 1913 Rectory Barn, Holsworthy, Devonshire, England 1910

 

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