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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Leith, to be landwaiter there, 338. Knights , Sarah, title to an annuity order, 274. Knipe (Knype), George, lands in Lydlinch of, 417. -, Sir Randolph, petitions for discharge of ships from quarantine, 509, 540,543. Knives , for Babba Hassan,

    Index, E, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    London port, 125. -, John, colonel, Deputy Governor of Province of Pennsylvania, 17. -, Mary, custodiam lease of lands in Lydlinch, 417. -, Sir Stephen, security for H. Ferne, 349. Evelyn , [Edward ] , major to Brig. Stanwix's regiment,

    Index, L

    Lichfield (Lichfild), co. Stafford letter endorsed by post at, 61 197 Wightman to be burnt at, 294, 339 Lidlinche. See Lydlinch Liele , Lord. See Sidney, Robert Lifeland. See Livonia Ligon , Arnold. See Lygon, Arnold Lillo (prov. Antwerp, Belgium)

    Index, P

    requests warrant to take measures against Catholics and their propaganda, 214 Phillips , Sir Edward, chaplain presented to church of Lydlinch, 211 Phillips (Phelips), Francis, Auditor of the Exchequer grant to, 348 Phillips , Sir Thomas, commander in Coleraine letters

    Index, T

    be recusant, 253 Trench , 235 Trenchard , Sir George, of Wolveton, co. Dorset involved in dispute over title to Lydlinch church, 211, 212 Trente. See Trento Trentham , Sir Francis, of Rocester, co. Stafford his name on Sheriffs' Roll,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHEVERELL, John, of Chilfrome, Chantmarle and Upper Sturthill, Dorset.

    he obtained a royal licence to grant to the chapel of St. Helen in Chilfrome lands in Crokern Stoke (in Lydlinch), and to the college of St. Mary of Slapton, Devon, lands in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, for the provision of religious

    HANNAM (HAMMOND), John (by 1519-59), of Wimborne Minster, Dorset.

    the Dorset border of Somerset. His father, described in the pardon roll of 1509 as a Franklin of Horsington and Lydlinch, Dorset, died in 1549 holding a third of the manor of Gotehill and of land in Milborne Port and

    FITZWARYN, Sir Ivo (1347-1414), of Caundle Haddon, Dorset.

    little over £85 was distributed to the churches or clergy on his estates at Caundle Haddon, Up Cerne, Burcombe, Blunsdon, Lydlinch, Caundle Marsh and Winterbourne Houghton and to the two Doset abbeys of Milton and Cerne. His poor tenants on

    STORK, John (d.c.1466), of Trent, Som.

    later the whole of this manor became his property. By 1431 he had acquired the Dorset manor of ‘Hydes’ (otherwise Lydlinch ‘Baret’), worth £5 p.a., and a few years later Sir Thomas Brooke released to him all his right in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    destroyed. The gale was not without fatal results in Dorsetshire. Early on Sunday a carter going to his work at Lydlinch, a village near Sherborne, found two women lying in the road dead. They were identified as Elizabeth and Jane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pursuers time enoughtoreach the river Lyddon, to bathe in its welcome waters; and thence to pursue his course along the Lydlinch Meadows for the purlieus of Stock Wood, where the Hounds were headed at the critical moment, and the Deer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meet the times, if it were required. The rent audit of Admiral Fane was held at the Three Boars' Heads, Lydlinch, on Friday, when the tenants sat down to a very excellent dinner, provided by Mr. and MIrs. Jesty, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parish of Churahstanton, Devon. el Rev. H. Beucher, of Thornhill Rouse, Dorset, 2,6005., to 8 drain lendsain padishes of Stabride, Lydlinch, Margaret n Marsh, Saint James's, ShafStesbury, Dorset. ii Roy. J. Wills, of Brorgrove, W~orcester, clerk, 2001., cl to draialcnds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Waverley.q ____ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ __ c gi HUNTING APPOINTMEINTS. t FOX MOUNDS. B. V. H., Monday, Lydlinch bridge; Saturday, Marnbull p4 Common-at 12 minutes past 12. T Haladon, Monday, Langridge Ford; Friday, Rothern is Bride-st half. Subscribers-only content

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