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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cricket St. Thomas

    1831 there were two farms called Higher and Lower Marshwood . 15 Of these Marshwood farm represented Lower Marshwood in 1973 , and a barn occupied the site of Higher Marshwood . By the 19th century there were only two

    Parishes East Quantoxhead

    the village was diverted at weekends to flood a meadow. 41 The stream's present course is man-made. Knowle wood and Marshwood are found in the 13th century, Northwood and Morewood in the 15th, 42 though Northwood was partly cultivated in

    Stoke Trister Stoke Trister in 1838

    the top of the ridge in the centre of the parish where field names Grove and Marshwood survived in the 19th century although Marshwood had been converted to pasture between 1510 and 1529 . 80 Musketts wood lay probably at

    List of maps and plans

    century the part of Grovely in Dinton was known as Rigly Wood and covered about 180 a. Nearer the village, Marshwood comprised, at the same date, about 100 a. 4 The parish was still well wooded in 1962 with a

    Index A - Z

    Hollowells (Hollywille), 133-4, 138 inc., 136, 138 inns, 134 Lanscombe, 133, 135-7 man., 134-5, 137-9 man.-ho., 133, 135, 137-8, 140-1 Marshwood , 133-4, 136-7 mills, 133-4, 138-9 nonconf., 140-1 par. officers, 139 park, 133-4 poorho., 139 poor-relief, 139 pop., 134

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LUTTRELL, Thomas (d.1571), of Marshwood and Dunster Castle, Som.

    (d.1571), of Marshwood and Dunster Castle, Som. Constituency Dates Minehead 1563 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Som. 1570-1. Biography Thomas was the younger brother of Sir John Luttrell, a captain in Protector Somerset’s Scottish wars. The family purchased the barony and castle

    STRODE, John (1524-81), of Parnham, Dorset.

    various connexions: at Lyme Regis investigating taverns and grain supplies; at Bridport entertaining the 2nd Earl of Bedford; staying at Marshwood with Sir Amias Paulet, the lord of the manor; investigating horse theft; and, in 1578, investigating at the request

    LUTTRELL, George (1560-1629), of Dunster Castle, Som.

    the reconstruction of the principal façade, by William Arnold, architect of Wadham College, Oxford. He also renovated the house at Marshwood for his married son, and the manor of Quantoxhead for his second wife, and built the well-known octagonal market

    LUTTRELL, Alexander (1663-1711), of Dunster Castle, nr. Minehead, Som.

    to invite his elder brother to supper’. Unfortunately she kept her fortune in gold and silver in her house at Marshwood and at her death in 1668 only £150 was found, instead of the £10,000 that she was believed to

    HILLARY, Robert, of Dorset.

    when Stafford was treasurer of the Exchequer, John had been named there as a custodian of the Dorset manors of Marshwood and Gussage ‘Bohun’ during the minority of the heir, Richard, duke of York, only for the lease to be

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, E

    218. Eldred , John, tenant, 273. Eldridge , Francis, tenant, 180. Eling (Elingmarsh), co. Southampton, Cobbland, Berry Marsh, Cracknor Marsh, Marshwood, Mackwood Farm and Cracknor Point in, 389. Elizabeth , Queen of England, grants by, 224, 275. Elizabeth River ,

    General Index, M, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    to or from Marsh , Barth. Phil. Rich., Ordnance officer, see March. Thos., clerk assistant in Parliament Marshall , George Marshwood , co. Somerset, resident at Marson , Henry, certificate by Martin , Burridge, or Burrage Wormley, son of letter Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1687, 11-20, 11 April 1687-20 April 1687

    . which are come into the hands of said Mary his wife, Robert Dare, Edward Tanton and Richard Bartlett of Marshwood, co. Dorset: all as found by two inquisitions taken at Lyme Regis 1686, Mar. 26, and Sept. 13, before

    Treasury Calendar, February 1697, 1-15, 01 February 1697-15 February 1697

    northwest on the river of Southampton and sundry other parcels of the king's waste called Cracknor Marsh in or near Marshwood in the parish of Eling containing 40 acres and adjoining south-west the land of a certain Eny called Mackwood

    Entry Book, July 1688, 16-20, 16 July 1688-20 July 1688

    husbandman. John Parsons, late of Babcary, yeoman. Benj. Sanford, late of Combe Pine, co. Dorset, husbandman. Joseph Hallett, late of Marshwood, co. Dorset, husbandman. Tho. Welsh, late of Bridport, carrier. Nicho. Hoar, late of Culliton [Collaton ] , tanner. Richard

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a not compel any clergyman to perform the ceremony." E a James Rockett Gilliugham, late farmer and overseer of, a Marshwood, was charged, before the county magistrates at Bridport, on Tuesday, with falsifying his rate-books to the 9 amount of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ceur Daleno district, and the people are terror-stricken. [ Retnter's Telegramzs.) NEW YORe, February 6.-A fatal fire occurred yesterday at Marshwood, Pennsylvania. A number of Poles were at a fete given by a married couple of their nation to celebrate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mary Louite, younageet daughter of ihe late Rev. M. Boland. Rector of KiLnamery, County Leitrim. DEATHS. Corrigan-July IS, at Marshwood, County Cavan, Jane, widow of the late R. Corrigan, Esq., of oess Spring, County Armagh. Forsyth-July 23, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 5, St. Edward's Terrace, Rathgar, of rapid consumption, John Ogle, Esq., solicitor, 59 Dansc Street, Dublin. SLAOKE-harch 21, at Marshwood, Ballymagauran, County Oavan, Susanna, widow of the late Thomas Slace, Faq., and eldest daughtef of the late John Fynn) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all Ham's field, and the immediate vicinity, a hare was started in Little Marshwood, which ran across ham's field to Ham's, round to the turnpike, up Great Marshwood, crossing the road, through Mr. Peters's fields, to Watergore, back by Horsecastle Subscribers-only content

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