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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Montacute Montacute , 1825

    The grant included the site of the monastery, the borough of Montacute , and the manors of MONTACUTE , MONTACUTE BOROUGH , and MONTACUTE 'FORREN' , later known as MONTACUTE FORUM . These divisions of the original estates were probably

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    custody of his priory. 12 In 1339 Edward III granted to William de Montacute , earl of Salisbury and his heirs the advowson of the priory of Montacute , with the custody whenever it should be seized into the king's

    Tintinhull hundred Tintinhull hundred, c. 1840

    Tintinhull and Montacute lands to his newly-founded priory at Montacute refer to Tintinhull hundred and also, under names thought to be interchangeable, to Montacute and Bishopstone hundreds. All three names were used at least until 1184. 1 Clearly Montacute and

    Parishes Tintinhull

    around his castle at Montacute , 45 exchanged them for his manor of Camerton . 46 About 1102 Robert's son, William, count of Mortain, gave the manor of TINTINHULL as part of the endowment of Montacute priory. 47 The priory

    Creech St. Michael Church

    of Creech formed part of the endowment of Montacute priory c . 1102. 73 The priory as patron of the rectory was licensed to appropriate the church by the king in 1336 and by the pope in 1344 , but

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, November 1538 11-15, 01 November 1538-30 November 1538

    to be commended to lord Montacute and examinate, and hoped to come to England himself, and bade him remind lord Montacute of their communication at the Cardinal's departure. Throckmerton also desired Hugh to remind lord Montacute of their communication at

    Henry VIII, November 1538 6-10, 01 November 1538-30 November 1538

    wished for a change. (2) What conferences he has had with lord Montacute. (3.) And whether they agreed to take one part. (4.) Whether he told lord Montacute that the lord Privy Seal had sent to him "to utter him

    Henry VIII, October 1538 26-31, 01 October 1538-31 October 1538

    lord Montacute, who said he knew that well enough. Has often seen lord Montacute and Colyns alone together in the garden at Bukmar and in the woods adjoining, and in the place called the Long Rowe. Has known Montacute and

    Index, M

    ] , letter dated from, 299. Montacue , Lady. See Montague, Lady. Montacut , Serjeant. See Montacute, Sergeant. Montacute [Somerset ] , 242. Montacute (Montacut), Serjeant, 41 =? Montague, Sir Henry. Montagu. See Montague. Montague , Sir Henry, Recorder of

    Henry VIII, December 1538 1-5, 01 December 1538-31 December 1538

    up the body of Henry Lord Montacute at Westminster, Monday, 2 Dec. Dated 1 Dec. 30 Hen. VIII Signed . Endorsed as responded to by Sir JVm. Kyngeston, constable, with the note that Montacute was committed to his custody for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PHELIPS, Edward (?1677-1734), of Montacute, Som.

    (?1677-1734), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Ilchester 1708 111715 Somerset 1722 111727 Ofifces Held Comptroller of the mint June 1711-Dec. 1714. Biography Edward Phelips was descended from Sir Edward Phelips, speaker of the House of Commons and master of the

    PHELIPS, Edward (?1753-92), of Montacute, Som.

    (?1753-92), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1784 5 Aug. 1792 Biography Phelips was twice returned unopposed for the county. At the opening of the session (25 Nov. 1790) he seconded the motion for Addington as Speaker, an office for

    PHELIPS, Edward (1725-97), of Montacute, Som.

    PHELIPS, Edward (1725-97), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1774 1780 Biography The Phelips family, settled at Montacute since the Middle Ages, had sat in Parliament in the 16th and 17th centuries, and Edward Phelips was the fifth to represent

    PHELIPS, Edward (?1753-92), of Montacute, Som.

    (?1753-92), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1784 5 Aug. 1792 Biography Phelips was returned for Somerset unopposed. William Adam listed him as ‘doubtful’, but in fact he was a staunch supporter of Pitt; moved the Address, 25 Jan. 1785;

    PHELIPS, John (by 1533-58 or later), of Montacute, Som.

    1533-58 or later), of Montacute, Som. Constituency Dates Weymouth Nov. 1554 Poole 1555 Biography John Phelips evidently owed his returns for Weymouth and Poole to his kinsman Richard Phelips, himself knight of the shire for Dorset in Mary’s third Parliament.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Stylyard.

    to the said Duke by Parliament, and to his Heirs, so long as there was Issue Male of the Marquess Montacute 's Body living. And if it chanced the said Issue Male to die, during the Life of the said

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and numerous Engravings on Wood. Edited by S. C. HALL, F.S.A. CONTENTS OF PART V. Shottesbrooke Church, Berkshire. Great Chamber, Montacute, Somersetshire. Ingestrie Hall, Staffordshire. PART I. PART 11. PART all. FART IV. Cobbiam Hall, Kent Penb urst, from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that we should give s-use detailed account of it. It opens with the eon wig of age of Tancred, Lord Montacute, the only sOnI of the Duke and Duchess of Bellamont, who, thoug-h not of the favoured Hebrew race, are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Antie Eliza- betll Grace, only child of A. Pearson, Esq., of Park house, Stainiore, Westmore- land-On the 2nd inst., at Montacute, Somersetshire, the Rev. T. Fitzherbert, vicar of Marston Magna, SOmersetshire, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Wynd- ham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proclaimed the unsurmountable barrier between the Church and the world, the clergy and the agricultural movement, Mr Stainsforth, curate of Montacute, overstepped the barrier and appeared on the platform of a labourers' meeting at Martock, in Somersetshire, side by side Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is quickly made conscious of the uncertain tenure on which he holds his appointment. The Rev. F. Stainforth, curate of Montacute, Somerset, has recently had the audacity to speak at two meetings of the National Agricultural Labourers' Union held in Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    de Montacute does not appear to have had a Grant of the Shrievalty of Wilts enjoyed by Edward of Sarisbury and his Descendants ; and it does not appear by the Inquisition on the Death of William de Montacute Vol. Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    Monthermer dying before " him, Margaret, Daughter of his Son Thomas, was " his Heir : She married John de Montacute, a younger " Son of William Earl of Salisbury ; and her Son John " became afterwards Earl of Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    le " Scrop, created Earl of Wilts, had a Grant of £%Q 11 yearly of the Issues of that County; Montacute, then •• Earl of Salisbury, having at the same Time a like *« Annuity of d 20 out of Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    the Person named in the «* Letters Patent of Henry the Sixth, held it of a Subject, " viz. of Montacute Earl of Salisbury, appears also clearly : " In an Inquisition of the 20th of Richard the Second f< Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    same Thing as the Title of Earl of the County of Southampton, or of Wilts, or of Cumberland; but the Montacute Family, Earls of Salisbury, had not the Third Penny of Wiltshire, or any Annuity out of the Issues of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Langdon, 11/1/1826

    Langdon Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 11/1/1826 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Montacute// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 34 (Law's Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824- 1845

    Richard Colston Phelips, 28/6/1833

    Phelips Forename Richard Colston Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 28/6/1833 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Montacute// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 34 (Law's Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Law, George Henry/Bath & Wells 1824-

    Henry Rawlins, 8/2/1790

    Rawlins Forename Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 8/2/1790 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Montacute// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/B/Reg 32 (Moss Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moss, Charles/Bath & Wells 1774- 1802 Comment

    Thomas Gwynne Rees, 21/2/1814

    Forename Thomas Gwynne Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/2/1814 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Montacute// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Bc1 (Curates licences1813-17) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802- 1824

    John Jarratt, 12/7/1822

    Forename John Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 12/7/1822 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Montacute// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Bc2 (Curates Licences 1822-8) (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802-

 

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