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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enmore Enmore 1826

    falls from 244 m. in the far south-west below the Quantock ridge at Broomfield Hill , steeply at first over Ilfracombe slates, to the centre of the parish, at c . 75 m., west of the village; and then more

    Thurloxton Thurloxton 1838

    civil parish are coterminous and measure 228 ha. ( c . 540 a.). 56 Most of the parish lies on Ilfracombe slate with an area of Upper Sandstone in the east. There were quarries in the centre of the village

    Broomfield Broomfield 1838

    also in the northwest, brought part of Merridge into Broomfield . Broomfield parish straddles the Quantock ridge where the Devonian Ilfracombe slates lie at 290 m. at Broomfield Hill near its western boundary. South-east of the hill springs feed a

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    84 on ground rising from 30 m. to 160m., from Keuper marl at its lower end through Upper Sandstone to Ilfracombe slates. 85 The boundaries of the ancient parish were irregular. Those of Huntstile followed two streams flowing down from

    Parishes Lilstock

    became a recreation for local gentry, and in the 1860s and 1870s pleasure steamers plied between Lilstock , Burnham , Ilfracombe ( Devon ), and Cardiff . 26 A naval bombing range was established off the coast west of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wythnos ddiweddaf. Aeth y glo yn brin, a llosgwyd y rnoch er mwvn cadw y tan i fyny nes cyraedd Ilfracombe. Yr oedd y llestr wedi cael ei dal yn hir allan gan yr ystorm. Y mae lUong-feddianydd yn Havre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyn ieuanc, o'r enw Absalom Balinent, yn ceisio siorhau gwvr oedd wedi ei olhbi i'r lan a r- longddrylliad yn Ilfracombe, yr wythnas ddiwedd- 'ir af, syrthiodd dras ddibyn o 280 troedfedd o uchder, ri alladdwyd ef. n Cododd ffarmwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Richard, A.S., yn amlygu ei afid dwfn na gallai fod yn brsenaol trwy 5 Iy btdfedioaeth oifidus 6 goiJi ei ddwy nith tra jn ymdrachi yn Ilfracombe. Amlygal y cyfarfod cyd-i ymdeimlad A'rbaneddwr anrhydeddus pn n~gwyncb yr aniyichiad trallodne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedford ye y first Division; Robert Williams, Carerarfon, ye y Second Division. Honours candidate recommended for pass, Arthur T. Naish, Ilfracombe. Mae y rhai canlynol wedi pasio gydag anrhydedd: Lladin :-H. W. Hughes, Penygraig, Pontypridd; Saesneg .-F. Llewellyn Jones; Llanar- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr aeth y sefydliad. Erbyn hyn, y kvae t ganddo gynifer a 13 o wahanol adeiladau y'1 N Liundain ac Ilfracombe, ynghyd a training s farm yn Canada, lie yr anfonir bechgyn fi fyddo yn gymwys i lafurio arni pan Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNT, John II, of Barnstaple, Devon.

    Barnstaple 1407 Ofifces Held Dep. butler Tawmouth and Ilfracombe 12 Oct. 1407-c.1413, Dartmouth 8 Feb. 1408-12. Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Devon Dec. 1409. Biography There were at this time two inhabitants of Barnstaple called John Hunt, they being father

    HANKFORD, Richard (d.1419), of Hewish, Devon.

    his association with Thomas Archdeacon* in the delivery, in July 1418, of 18 masts and several anchors and cables from Ilfracombe to Southampton for use on the King’s ships.[footnote]Hankford died on 27 Apr. 1419. In his will made four years

    COOKE, Anthony (1559-1604), of Gidea Hall, Essex.

    from the eastern counties, bound for Ireland. After embarkation, storms compelled their return. Then, after six days sailing they reached Ilfracombe, where Cooke stayed with the Earl of Bath, who thought his ‘mishaps’ were ‘to be pitied’. At last reaching

    PAPWORTH, Roger (d.c.1620), of Hoxton, Mdx.

    payment of 40s. from Exeter corporation, and, in 1590, an estimate of the value of some French prizes then at Ilfracombe. In 1602 Totnes corporation, which had been involved in lawsuits for several years, paid 10s. to him in Exeter

    DENNYS, Nicholas (1616-92), of Barnstaple and Derworthy, Milton Damerel, Devon.

    not been traced, and his grandfather described himself as a mere husbandman. At his father’s death Dennys inherited property in Ilfracombe and elsewhere, but he became a professional lawyer in practice at Barnstaple. He did not openly take sides during

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    Taunton. " Jos. Robbins, Esq. Biddeford. " Thos. Rodd, Customs, Ilfracombe. " Wm. Rock. " Wm. Rennels, Accountant, Barnstaple. " Eph. Reade, Excise. (120) " Jas. Rodd, Wine Merchant, Ilfracombe. " W. P. Sevayne, London. " Wm. Thome, Accountant, Barnstaple. Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    59 Geo, III. 23° Junü. 735 " W. Fanchild, Ilfracombe. " Geo. Yeo Fishly, Merchant, Plymouth. " Geo. Yeo Fishly, Mariner, Ilfracombe. " Thos. Fishly, Mariner, - Do. " Jn. Fishly, - Do. - Do. " James Fishly, Do. - Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1819, 2 December 1819

    Barnstaple, a '' Town Eleven Miles distant from the Town of " Ilfracombe: That in the Year 1814, Two Justices -' then residing within the Division of Ilfracombe, " the Publicans attended at Barnstaple to be licensed " as they Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1819, 2 December 1819

    the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Thirteen Parishes of Ilfracombe, East Down, West Down, Berrynabor, Combemartin, Trenttshoe, Kentisbury, Linton, Brendon, Countisbury, Parra- combe, Challacombe, and Martinhoe, in the County Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1819, 2 December 1819

    the Petitioners of the Benefit of a '' Petty Sessions at Combemartin ; and that the Pa- " rishioners of Ilfracombe, amounting nearly to Three ¦" thousand Persons, enjoying the Benefit of a Post " Office, of a Board of Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Concord

    Number (A): 474 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown Inn, The Quay, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1802 Sutton's Hotel, Market Street, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1812

    Saint Nicholas Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Temple, Ilfracombe, Devonshire, England 1946 Masonic Temple, Northfield Road, Ilfracombe, Devonshire, England 1953

    Lodge of Concord

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Clarence Hotel, High Street, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1866 Masonic Hall, Assembly Rooms, Coronation Terrace, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1868 Victoria Hotel, High Street, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1885 Masonic Hall, 127 High Street, Ilfracombe, Devonshire 1886

 

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