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  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    the bailiffs united the adjoining parish of Northover with Ilchester in their taxation, assessing Northover at 10 l . out of the 30 l . Thereupon the hundred of Tintenhull, in which Northover had been previously taxed, complained to the Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 291, June 19-30, 1635, 19 June 1635-30 June 1635

    Northover, for the amounts assessed. Hilliard answered that he had not, neither would collect any money by that warrant, for Sir Robert Phillips had commanded him the contrary, and that Sir Robert would answer it, but the tithingman of Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 327, June 20-30, 1636, 20 June 1636-30 June 1636

    was made to the Bishop of Bath and Wells who found Northover to be a distinct parish, and directed the bailiff to pay over the money collected in Northover to the sheriff towards 130 l. set upon the hundred, which Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 312, January 21-31, 1636, 21 January 1636-31 January 1636

    burgesses of Ilchester, co. Somerset, concerning the parish of Northover, whether the same ought to be assessed for shipping with Ilchester, or with the hundred of Tintinhull, he finds that Northover is no member of Ilchester, and so has determined Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 341, Undated 1636, 20 June 1636-31 December 1636

    Sheriff who certified that Northover had always paid with the borough. Yet afterwards the matter was heard before the Board, and Sir Robert obtained a letter to the Bishop of Bath and Wells, who conceiving Northover to be no member Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 May 1797, 24 May 1797

    or Commonable Lands, called Southmead and Kingf- " moor, fituate within the feveral Parifhes of Somerton, *f Long Sutton, Kingfdon, Northover, and Ilchefier, and " the Hamlets or Tithings of Widcombe, Aß and Milton, *' in the Parifh of Martock, Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1797, 25 May 1797

    or " Commonable Lands called Southmead and Kingfmoor, " fituate within the feveral Parifhes of Somerton, Long " Sutton, Kingfdon, Northover and Ilchefler, and the " Hamlets or Tythings of Widcombe, Ajh and Milton, " in the Parifh of Mortock, Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1797, 6 June 1797

    Com- " monable Lands, called Southmead and Kingsmoor, " fituate within the feveral Parifhes of Somerton, Long, *< Sutton, Kingsdon, Northover and Ilcheßer, and the " Hamlets or Tytbings of Widcombe-AJh and Milton, *' in the Parifh of Martock, fome Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1797, 6 June 1797

    or Commonable Lands, called Southmead *'• and Kingfmoor, fituate in the feveral Parifhes of Somer- u ton, Long Sutton, Kingfdown, Northover, and llcheßer, " and the Hamlets or Tythings of Widcombe Aß and "' Milton, in the Parifh of Martock, Subscribers-only content

    24 July 1834, 24 July 1834

    Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the several Parishes of Ilchester and Northover, in the County of Somerset, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Yeovilton & Puddimore: Odcombe Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

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