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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Langport Langport and Huish Episcopi , 1972

    Parishes LangportLANGPORT The town and parish of Langport was formerly a corporate borough and market town, known as Langport Eastover by the 14th century to distinguish it from the manor and borough of Langport Westover in Curry Rivel .

    Pitney hundred Pitney hundred, c. 1842

    the Langport Gap , where the Parrett, its waters increased by the Isle and the Yeo , flows north-west in a narrow valley between the Curry Rivel ridge and the lower promontory on which the Saxon burh of Langport was

    List of maps and plans

    1799 page 2 Huish Episcopi church " 11 Pitney Hundred, c . 1842 " 14 Langport and Huish Episcopi : street plan, 1972 " 18 Langport church " 35 Muchelney abbey site " 39 Somerton Hundred, c . 1840 "

    Hospitals Ilchester

    by Westover in Langport ; 135 the lazar-house of Langport was remembered in the will of Elizabeth Speke , 1537, 136 and as late as 1549 in that of John Walton . 137 The almshouse of Langport Westover continued in

    Kingsbury (East) hundred

    , Combe St. Nicholas, Winsham , Kingsbury Episcopi , and Huish Episcopi . The history of the hundred is deferred, but the history of Huish Episcopi is given below because of the intimate association of the parish with Langport .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COMBE, Richard (?1728-80), of Earnshill, nr. Langport, Som.

    of Earnshill, nr. Langport, Som. Constituency Dates Milborne Port 22 May 1772 Aldeburgh 1774 1780 Ofifces Held Treasurer of the Ordnance Sept. 1780. Biography Combe’s father was a successful Bristol merchant, warden and treasurer of the Society of Merchant Venturers,

    HUCHOUN, Edmund (d.c.1395), of New Romney, Kent.

    Romney, from 1379 to 1395. Outside the town he owned land in the neighbouring Kentish hundreds of St. Martin’s and Langport, on which he claimed exemption from taxes between 1373 and 1385.[footnote] On several occasions in the 1380s he was

    COPPYN, William (by 1509-58), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Augustine’s that Coppyn leased the manor of Lenham and lands in the manor of Langport, near Canterbury; in 1539 he surrendered his interest in the Langport property in return for a new lease from the crown, and in April 1540

    GEFFE (JEFFE), Robert, of New Romney, Kent.

    a tenement with four dwellings annexed to it in St. Nicholas’s. He also owned land in the adjacent hundred of Langport, on which, as a Portsman, he claimed exemption from taxation.[footnote]In 1388 Geffe was employed in negotiations with Archbishop Courtenay

    CHILD, William (d.c.1398), of New Romney, Kent.

    in Bocherye ward, Romney, from 1379 to 1398. During this period, he owned land in the neighbouring Kentish hundreds of Langport and Newchurch, on which as a Portsman he claimed exemption from taxation.[footnote]Child was engaged on New Romney’s business in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 May 1753, 23 May 1753

    widening, the feveral " Roads leading from The Red Pofi, in the Parifh of " Fivehead, through the Towns of Langport and Somer- " ton, to Butwell, and alfo from Curry Rivell to Puck- *l ington Lane, and from Cary Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1778, 23 March 1778

    widening the feveral Roads leading frpm the *' Red Poft in the Parifh of Fivehead, through the Towns *c of Langport and Somerton to Butwell; and alfo from *c Curry Rivell to Puckington Lane, and from Cary Bridge to Street Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1792, 28 March 1792

    War- rants Excife Bill. Tea Certifi- cates Bill. Langport, &c. Roads BUI. Kingfton Road Bill. Journals 0/ /fe Houfe 0/* Lords. y£ 1792. cc the more effectual preventing of Frauds in the Reve- " nue of Excite, by common Brewers." Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1792, 29 March 1792

    Houfe 0/ Lords. 337 jfiddletan pad Bill- al. n re. to Langport, &c. Roads Bill it. t ne ; accufed of certain Offences committed in the Fa/Z 7/zd/e.f, and for other Purpofes therein mentioned; be revived, and meet To-morrow. The Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1792, 30 March 1792

    fhall " pafs?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. Hod/'e 3* w'ee Ze<f?a e/Z P/7/a, intituled, " An Act for Langport, " continuing and amending two Acts of the Twenty- &p. Road " fixth Year of King George the Second, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occurrence, though hle was remarked in his escape from the nursery to run in a bend- ing position.-Mr. Caines, of Langport, was the Coroner on this occasion, between whom and Mr. Pearson, a solicitor of London, a conversation bad passed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7th inst. G. P. Ca-, Esq. of Lower Edmonnton. aged 70. On Sunday. Ana, the wife of Samuel Andrews, of Langport, s aged SIi, and on the following day the husband, aged 84. They had hted hap- pily tsgetber for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pray." AuG. 21.-John Kearslaoe was found guilty of a burglary, in the house of his master, V. Stuckey, Esq. at Langport. He was taken in consequence of suspicions excited by something he said to a landlord, on the road to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, armed with guns, bludgeons, &c., and loaded with an immense quantity 'of game-Leeds Mercury. i; For many miles round Langport, Ilchester, and Mactock, in Somerset, tfite country has the appearance of a vast lake; many farmers and cottagers 'ctn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Nov. 6. At the Court of St. James's, the 6th day of November, 1832, present, the King's most excellent Majesty in Council, " It is this day ordered by his Majesty, by and with Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Portcullis Lodge

    (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2038 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Langport, Somersetshire 1884 Langport Arms Hotel, Langport, Somersetshire 1884 St. Mary's Chapel, The Hill, Langport, Somersetshire 1891

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Dennis Browne, 19/10/1835

    John Dennis Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 19/10/1835 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Langport// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Bc3 (Curates' Licences 1829-37) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells

    John Dennis Browne, 19/10/1835

    Browne Forename John Dennis Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 19/10/1835 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Langport// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, BD/D/BS/18 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824- 1845 Comment

    Nicholaus Hurtnoll, 27/9/1604

    Hurtnoll Forename Nicholaus Title Qualification lit. University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 27/9/1604 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Langport// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Vc 68 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Still, John/Bath & Wells 1593- 1608 Comment

 

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