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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Prudence Rowe

    Details Prudence Rowe in religion Mary Prudence Born in Kingsteignton Died 1774 13 Mar in Bruges father John Rowe Esq mother Ursula Chichester

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KIRKBY, Thomas II.

    was enfeoffed by the Wiltshire esquire Henry Thorpe* of the manor of 'Burdonswere' in Kingsteignton and the hundred of Teignbridge, Devon, for the purpose of effecting an entail. The situation of Teignbridge near to Totnes suggests that this was the

    CLIFFORD, Henry (by 1513-77), of Boscombe, Wilts.

    his line to live at Boscombe, near Amesbury in the south-east of Wiltshire, and to hold the Devonshire manor of Kingsteignton, in the neighbourhood of Newton Abbot. He may also have inherited lands in Gloucestershire, since his paternal grandfather had

    THORPE, Henry (d.1416), of Boscombe, Wilts.

    father-in-law’s widow, other of the Burdon estates fell to him and his wife: in Devon the manor of ‘Burdonswere’ in Kingsteignton and the hundred of Teignbridge; in Gloucestershire the manor of Oldbury-on-the-Hill; and in Wiltshire the manor of ‘Burdon’s’ in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 12 December 1833

    Ashford; Teignmouth ; Gidley ; Seaton; Lympston; Bridford; Okehampton ; Stoke Cannon ; Kenford; Brampford Speke ; Dunsford; Fremington ; Kingsteignton; Ivy Bridge; Shaldon; Idle; Starcross; Halberton; Upexe; Netherex; Harbertonford; Eminster ; Newton St. Gyrus ; Independents, Topsham; Baptists, Crediton; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Kingsand, 313. Kf>*&,^, 313.302. Kin«-sclere,387. Kingskerswell, 388. Kingsland, &c, 388. Kingste), S' King's L>n, 349 392 King,omborne, 387. Kin|sutton,&c, 500. Kingsteignton 320 Kin^ho^, 500. Kin^stanley, 249. Kingston Deverell, 387. Kingston npon-Hull ui *_87 402 Kingston Lisle, 2/9. Kingston- *p£-£L 77 Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1820, 5 May 1820

    Act for the Alphington, Exminster, Shillingford, Kenton, Kenn, Chud- more complete and effectual liquidation of a debt due to high, Kingsteignton, Bickington, Ashburton, Buckfast- His Majesty from the late Abraham Goldsmid, merchant, high, Dean Prior, South Brent, Mattery, Ugborough, Har- Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1824, 9 February 1824

    at the east end of Teignbridge, in the parish of Kingsteignton, to the Exeter Turnpike Road, near Chudleigh Bridge, with a branch therefrom to New Cross, in the parish of Kingsteignton, from the village of Langcombe, in the parish of Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1824, 12 February 1824

    of Ipplepen, Abbotskerswell, and Woolborough, the townships of New¬ ton Abbott and Newton Bushell, and the parishes of Highweek, Teigngrace, Kingsteignton, and Ideford, in the said county, to the top of the hill on the west side of Lord Clifford's Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the approach of the 1.5 down-train on the South Devon Railway to a place named Hackney, in the parish of Kingsteignton, near Newton Abbot, a man was observed deliberately to lay his neck acroes one of the rails just in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the steamship Petitns Gibraltar. A- Torquay id named Lavers expired at Nes Abbott yesterday, f rom injuries received whilst ai Kingsteignton races. Miss Green, the gold medallist of Utie year at t Royal College of Music', tas accepted the oer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a long consultation the licenses were renewed. DzsTRucrivri Fins.-Messrs. Hexter, Humpherson, and Company's Potteries and Brick and Tile Works at Kingsteignton, near Newton Abbott, Devon, were coin-. pletely destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. The buildings covered an acre and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whilst of unsound mind.". FiIRED AT A POTTERY WOiES.i The Exchange Telegraph Company states that about; three o'clock yesterday morning Kingsteignton Potteries brick and tile works, situated about a mile from Newton Abbott, were discovered to be on fire. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lonslale Agricultural Shows were held yesterday. Fifty thousand pounds damage is reported to have been caused by fire at the Kingsteignton Potteries, near 'Newton Abbott, Devon. The Registrar-General reports that the annual rate of mortality last week in the thirty-three Subscribers-only content

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