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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FITZHERBERT, Nicholas (d.1422/3), of Tavistock, Devon.

    around the town, notably in Crebor, Hurdwick, Taviton, Whitchurch and Honeychurch, for which he owed suit of court to the abbots of Tavistock. He was patron of the rectory at Honeychurch in 1414.[footnote] Fitzherbert’s only known election to Parliament took

    BROOMFORD, Nicholas (c.1362-1415), of Broomford in Jacobstowe, Devon.

    Broomford himself presented to the rectory of Jacobstowe in 1405 and 1414 and meanwhile, in 1408, to the living at Honeychurch. By the time of his death his estates were substantial enough to provide his widow with an annual income

    CORY, John, of Launceston, Cornw.

    Palmer III*, Richard Penpons and Richard Tregoose). Another Cornish MP, Robert Treage* was in his debt for �8. Late in life Cory acquired lands some ten miles to the north of Launceston, in the neighbourhood of Bridgerule and Honeychurch, Devon.[footnote]

    BOSOM, John I (d.1440), of Bosomzeal, Dittisham, Devon

    years Bosom acted as patron of the chantry at Moreleigh, near Totnes, and the churches of Ashprington, Zeal Monachorum and Honeychurch. To the last he presented, in 1437, as guardian of Andrew Hillersdon, but in 1440 he was censured by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnyof whom lived in stilin romsinthetonsshuldhedeprived of the meas o ovaiin'onSunaya fes glssof beer for- ALL'ABOUT AN ACTRESS'S PORTRMJT. Alfred Honeychurch Roberts, otherwise Roberts Honeychurob, resirding at Tolmers Square Hamnatead Road, was summoned before Mr Coka ~iaylebone Police Court, London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years ago, seem to have almost entirely abandoned the French capital. On the prosecution of the Treasury a builder, named Honeychurch, was fined 40s. and costs, in two cases, at Southampton, on Wednesday, for havirng in his posses- sion pensioners' Subscribers-only content

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    reached, and the pack laid on. .Away again r at a rattling pace through Broadw oodkelly Parsonage, r Walson and Honeychurch moors, Sampford Chapel, . and the moors below, almost close to the woodlands . at Oaklands, Okehanupton. Here, but Subscribers-only content

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    the neigh- bourhood of Essex-street, Whitechapel, was thrown into the greatest uproar in consequence of a resistance made to Buller, Honeychurch, and Martindale, the Excise officers, who were engaged with five of the new police in the storming of an Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. Herbert Charles Turner, to Sheepshed V. Rev. Chas. H. Taylor, to Moreton-on-Lugg R., Herefordshire Rev. Edward Reed Theed, to Honeychurch R., Devon Rev. John Thompson, to St. Margaret's, Lochee Rev. Alfred Freer Torry, to Horningsea V., Cambridgeshire Rev. Arthur Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Willimus Vowler, 10/6/1574

    Surname Vowler Forename Willimus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 10/6/1574 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Honeychurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source Devon RO, Chanter 20 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bradbridge, William/Exeter 1571- 1578 Comment Patron Details PATRON

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