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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannington Manors and other estates Plan of Cannington Court

    John sold Knaplock to Robert Evered of Farm, Spaxton , in 1736 . 28 Knaplock descended with Farm until c . 1808 when it was acquired by John Evered and was held with his Otterhampton estates. 29 Knaplock Farm is

    Stockland Bristol

    (including 8 houses and 46 persons) was transferred to Otterhampton parish and parcels in the south-west passed to Fiddington . Knaplock was added from Cannington parish. 76 The area of the resultant civil parish is 335 ha. (828 a.). 77

    Cannington Cannington (southern part) 1839

    in 1882 and 1886, Coultings , with 1 house and 4 people, to Fiddington in 1884 , and part of Knaplock , with 1 house and 7 people, to Stockland Bristol in 1886 . Also in 1886 Idstock and Beere,

    Index K-Z

    Geof. of, Joan, see Wood Wm., fam., Knaplock : Hen. of, Hugh of, Wm. of (? three of the name, fl. late 12th, early 13th cent.), Wm. of (d. c . 1280), Knaplock , see Cannington Knapman , Wm. ,

    Index A-J

    Dodesham, fields, fishery, Forde, see Ashford friendly soc., glebe, green, Gurney Street , hillfort, Hinkley Point, see Stogursey hund., inns, Knaplock , Knoll , Lyp estone (Limestone) Hill , man., mills, moors, nonconf., nunnery, Oatley, Orchard, park, Pedredham (Perredeham, Petherhams

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K

    (2). Kilwinning , Gavin Hamilton, Abbot of, 49 (2), 145 (3), 170 (2), 648 (6). Kirkoswald , 314, 1020 (3). Knaplock , a mariner, 198 (7). Knolles , Henry, letters from, 479, 576, 897, 898, 1072, 1073, 1243, 1258, 1259,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 8 August 1648, 08 August 1648-08 August 1648

    Rectory of Compton Abbas , in Com. Dorsett : Granted by Great Seal. Knaplock to Dolton; Ordered, & c . That Doctor Aylett give Institution unto Wm. Knaplock Master Arts, to the Rectory of Dolton , alias Doleton , in

    America and West Indies, Addenda 1582, 01 December 1582-30 December 1582

    Mayor of Southampton 10 Edward Cotton, of Southampton 50 Nicholas Caplin. Merchant of do. 20 Robert Knaplock, of the Town of Hampton 20 Wm. Knaplock, of Clement's Inn, gent. 30 Rich. Goddard, of Southampton, Merchant 40 John Knight, of do.,

    Index, K, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    cclii. 32; ccliv. 5. -, the minister of; ccxxxv. 12. Kirton , Philip, of Christ Church, Barbadoes, gent.; ccli. 51. Knaplock , Robert, petition of; cclxvi. 14. Kneller , Sir Godfrey, Bart., principal painter in ordinary to the King; ccxli.

    Index, J-K, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    160, 495. -, George, 495. -, Sir Lewis, 195, p. 157, 495 ? -, Lady, 495. Kirkham , Robert, 50. Knaplock , Robert, p. 15. -, William, p. 15. Knapman , Captain Joseph, 458, 537, p. 281, 822, 913, 917.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \t' eli' (: i's-le, I --A'n:n-' All 'i t '-trt7v't^c Mea. th. 'le Miilshipeniie. St. Clwil, (a.r' Xlirn-srtrel Ileetetisnol. and Knaplock' TEll F;UC[l li oei,itEC't'ON. i( N-t- i hatinz oalLeti" i- tex Iis re.sacts o or obh i t, ;-'lid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arturo, who was befriended at 100 to 8. Consequently, the last-named s stable companion. Noverre, receded to V.i to l. Knaplock and Springtime were both in Rood demand on the 10(1 to 7 mark, and Rathbeal, after beiti" well backed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday. Shawl.iiry :'- ■> Marlon Cros-road. ; Friday, Lythwood, 11. ■>■ Somerset, West- Monday. Torweston , v",du_>iuj r»an_« ; Friday, Knaplock, Cannington, 11. Southdown- Monday, Longford Bridge ; W..in«d.>. tit-! *»•» Pond; Friday, Toddinglon ; Saturday, i-i.rtol .:'•> ' '■ Subscribers-only content

    Original Weekly Journal, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1719

    Exercife, and way of Livirig in genertl, proper for Con*; f'uthptive Peirns. By Beujimin Marrin, M. D. Prmited 'for Ii. Knaplock. at the Bifhop's f-lad in Sr. Paul's Church yard. A Bell at the Crofs K~eys and U ble in Subscribers-only content

    Applebee's Original Weekly Journal, SATURDAY APRIL 29 1721

    L O N D O N, April 29. s 'T' H E R E is a Family of converted Jcws,`arql T' Baptized in townoftohe Church of England, ot niany Years Convcrfion,. as. appears by good Cer- - riticares of Subscribers-only content

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