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You searched for: Place: Nutwell, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    the parish. Chubworthy, recorded in the mid 11th century, 21 Upcott ( 1198 ), 22 Batscombe ( 1408 ), and Nutwell ( 1409 ) 23 indicate scattered medieval settlement, and by the 1630s all the farmsteads surviving in the 1980s Victoria County History

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    1958), 108, 181 Mary, see Marwood Montague, 108 P. M., 108 R., 108 Miss V. A., 108 fam., 109, 181 Nutwell , see Raddington Nynehead , 20 O. O. , R., goldsmith, 107 Oakhampton , see Wiveliscombe occupations (less usual): Victoria County History

    Cecil Papers, February 1598, 01 February 1598-28 February 1598

    Feb. ] State of the forces of Devon. Particulars of the former companies of horse under Mr. Thomas Predeaux of Nutwell, Mr. Lewes Pollarde, and Mr. Arthur Tremayne. Unless their Lordships order that the tinners be trained with the others British History Online

    Index, N, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    p. 120. -, Thos., (also called Hobson,) g. 213 (2), g. 1230 (2). -, Wm., 3665 (3). Notwell . See Nutwell. Nouington . See Newington. Novalaria , count of, 5708. See also Novellara. Novalese , 6375. Novan . See Navan. British History Online

    Charles I - volume 204, December 1631, 01 December 1631-31 December 1631

    to the Earl for recompence at a Session of Sewers held at King's Lynn, the 13th January 1631. Dec. 13. Nutwell. 40. Sir Thomas Prideaux to Francis Earl of Bedford. Henry Trosse and John Beare, defaulters at musters, having been Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Letters and Papers, November 1539, 26-30, 01 November 1539-30 November 1539

    Pollard, one of the general surveyors of Crown lands. Annuity of 20 l . issuing from the manors of Bagtor, Nutwell, Clayburghe, Ashmansworthy, Wynnescote, Northallyngton, and Wedhuyshe, Devon, which belonged to John Forde, deceased, during the minority of Geo. Forde, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the counties of Nottingham and Lincoln, or one all o(f them A.1Nistorfield, itancroft, Bilackstone Arnitl0rPe parish, ant 'Y Armtliurpe Township, Nutwell, Canitley parish, Cantley town- Woi ~ ship, iless-aearr, Brnton orhrampton, ~llhlEllers, Low Ellers- cot Withy Gatewoed. Nether- Ursuntley, Itosington Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    township, in the counties of Nottingham and Liticoln. or one onte of them; Aulstertield, Brancroft, Bilaxton, Armetisonpe patish, lloArmetisorpe township, Nutwell, Cantley parish, Cantley townu- Va~h'- shrip, iBessacarr, Branton or Brampton, High Ellena, Low Ellers, -cam- Wilby Gatewood, Nether Cantley, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the counties of Nottingham and Liticoln, or one f of them; Austerlield, Brancroft, Biaxton, Armetliorpe parish, A Armetborpe township, Nutwell, Cautley parish, Cantley town- i sliip, Bessacitrr,BIjranton or Irampton, HighiEllers, Low BIters, r Withy Gistewood, Iete atly ltossingtoni parish, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dadden.Lady Mallet Vaughanj Lady Bnller, - Ballet, Em-. Lupton, Sir Ar- thur Chichester, Bart. Youlsten, Sir Tray ton Drake, Bart. Nutwell, Gen. Rumlev, Admiral Shield, Admiral Pellew, Admiral Devonshire, &c. &c. Sec fj3" Please address- Church, Post-Office, Truro; Church, Posr-Orhce, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fame, Polyphemus, and Africa, tailed from Portfmouth on the 4th March, with a fleet of Eatt Indiamen, &c. - The Nutwell, and the Hero of the Nile, two of the above convoy, arrived at Madeira on the 18th March. Died Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parish -Vision township, m the counties of Nottingham and Lincoln, or emeof them; Austerfield, Brancroft, Blaxtoo, Armethorpe parish Armethorpe township, Nutwell, Cantlev township, Bessacarr' Branton or Brampton, High Ellers, Low Ellers, Wilby Gatewood. Nether Cantlev, Rossington parish, Rossington township. Warms- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ride, quiet in harness 103. BLACK GELDING ; quiet to ride, quiet in harness. Horses from Devonshire 104. BROWN GELDING, Nutwell : quiet to ride, quiet in harness lUS. BROWN G ELDING, Poltimore ; quiet to ride, quiet in harness Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Misson, in the Counties ot Nottingham and Lincoln, or one of them; Austerfield, Brancroft, Blackston, Arm- thorpe Parish, Armthorpe Township, Nutwell, Cantiey Parish, Cantiey Township, Braaton of Brawton, High Ellers, Low Eilers, Wilby, Gate wood, Nether Cauntlev, Rossington Parish, Rossington Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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