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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Glastonbury Twelve Hides Hundred Introduction

    ( villa ), to which the 'islands' of Meare , Panborough (in Wedmore ), and 'Andersey' ( Ederisage , now Nyland in Cheddar ), 2 were expressly said to have been attached, and which almost certainly also then included Beckery

    Glastonbury Parish

    Panborough , later in Wedmore , was part of Meare manor in the 14th century. 8 Andersey, later known as Nyland , was a pre-Conquest addition to the original estate. 9 Its history in the Middle Ages is obscure, but

    Index A - Z

    York Amesbury , Mic., abbot of Glastonbury , 54, 63, 183 Anabaptists , 164; and see Baptists Andersey , see Nyland Andrew , Thos, 215 Appleton : Jn, m. Joan Wason, 91 Rob., 88, 91 archaeology : early medieval, 10

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Glastonbury

    endowed with lands at Sowy, Pilton , Doulting , Pennard , Polden, Leigh -onMendip, Meare , Beckery , Godney and Nyland . We have one glimpse of the unrecorded quiet life of the place at the very beginning of its

    Zoology Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals Pre-Historical Map

    Sedgemoor (3) . . . in use; Meare , Compton Dundon , Aller , Godney , Westbury , Stoke , Nyland , Cheddar Water and Kenn Moor , not in use. The only pool now in use ( 1901 )

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was passing by Shadwell church, in corn- pasy with his son-in-law, when a man namned Anthony Nyland, an Irish bagpiper. came behind. him, and without any provocation, cut his face from the mouth to the ear in so severe a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he won, e was backoed from J Dane'e, led Rover, Bridge Street West, and trained under the noted Tom Lane. Nyland ia ]8 years of age, stands 6 feet 2 inches, and has fought a game filht with young Fawcstt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ce~rtnin mi- provements in the mnufacture of buttons, chielly linen aud 1 othler fabrics, Dated September 16, 1877. Bean (isitN1s, Nyland, Pembroke, an Improved type-writing machine. Dated Septembbels4, 1877. Carl D]reeelrr, Glese-Nasas. Oermany, Improvements in machinery for removing the peel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2313 AGF.NT8 Wonted, rrhoio Or spare time;l salary ned commissiona .Srnatmena free. Ijopportunity seldom met wioob,- Mr. Pandlo. buriy, 7', Nyland. E -ox. 03410- C MAllS iCane.l-ltigls Wycombe House Want Traveller, cacti. ing snide ground, to carry manaufaeturerr' boost-Addro.5, 1sf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Leicester- shire Ranking Company, Limited). William Lambert, Baq.. Alderman, J.1'., Nottingham (Directoc Nottingham and Notte Banking Company, Limited). SOaICcnroas.-MeSSrs. Nyland, Muartineau, and Co., Birmingham. Messrs. William Weitzoot and Co., Chartered Accountants, 99, Gresbem Street, E.G. IMdessn~czrs. Ienk-hosse, Goddard, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 May 1791, 20 May 1791

    L 31 Geo. III. Journals 0/ /#* Houfe 0/ Lords. 197 Cecil's Di- Tcice Bill: ca. MeiTage to jj C. with the Three preceding Bills. Ravee's Na- tuialization Bill. Hodz'e 3' w'ee /ec?a ^d P/7/a, intituled, " An Aft Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1802, 3 May 1802

    improving certain Low " Lands, lying within the feveral Parifhes or Chapelries of Wookey, Weftbury, Rodney Stoke, Wedmore, Mear, Weare, Nyland, Badgworth, Biddißam, Eaft Brent, " South Brent, Cheddar, Axbridge, Compton Bißopy *' Loxton, Bleadon, Brean, Berrow, and Lympßam, all Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1802, 4 May 1802

    cc it a cc a <<¦ ct Rodney Stoke, Wedmorc, Mear, Weare, Nyland, Badg- worth, Biddißam, Eafl Brent, South Brent, Cheddar, Axbridge, Compton Bifloop, Loxton, Bleadon, Brean, Berrow, and Lympjham, all in the County of Somer- fet; and for altering Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1802, 5 May 1802

    Lands and Grounds lying within the feveral " Parifhes or Chapelries of Wookey, Weftbury, Rodney " Stoke, Wedmore, Mear, Weare, Nyland, Badgworth, Biddißam, Eaft Brent, South Brent, Cheddar, Ax- bridge, Compton Bißop, Loxton, Bleadon, Brean, Ber- row, and Lympßam, all Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1802, 7 May 1802

    Lands and Grounds lying within the feveral " Parifhes or Chapelries of Wookey, Wefibury, Rodney " Stoke, Wedmore, Meare, Weare, Nyland, Badgworth, " Biddifham, Eafi Brent, South Brent, Cheddar, Ax~ " bridge, Compton Bijhop, Loxton, Bleadon, Breany " Berrow, and Subscribers-only content

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