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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chipstable

    Miles Corbett of Lyons Inn , London . 44 Before 1743 the share had been acquired by David Yea of Oakhampton in Wiveliscombe , who in that year sold it to Simon Richards . 45 John Bluet's third daughter, Dorothy,

    Parishes Astley

    of the church, upon the Stourport and Hundred House road , is the hamlet of Dunley 6 ; here is Oakhampton , the residence of Mr. John Henry Crane , a large plain stuccoed house, entirely rebuilt in the last

    The borough of Bedford Introduction

    here be noted. In that year the corporation signified their approval of the conduct of Colonel Wardle , M.P. for Oakhampton , in attacking the Duke of York in Parliament with regard to army patronage; they expressed their admiration of

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    Crane . Upon the latter's death in 1882 it descended to his son, Mr. John Henry Crane , of ' Oakhampton ,' Stourport, the present owner. The original manor-house was burnt down in 1718 ; it stood on the site

    Geology Geological Map of West Somerset Orographical Map

    Continuing his researches into west Somerset , Dr. Hicks was successful in finding fossils in the Morte Slates of the Oakhampton slate quarry near Wiveliscombe , and in calcareous bands in the slates at Treborough on the Brendon Hills .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Es4., youngest sofpf Lieut.-Gen, iodgson, to Selena, niece of Col. Duke, of Apppleshawe, Hants. On Monday week, at Sticklepath, near Oakhampton, Mr. Samuel Disgley, of Sher- borne, to Miss Sarah Pearse, youngest daughter of Mr. John Pearse, woollen-manufac- turer. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Batt)e and Co. Chancery lane. J. Smith, Vicar lane, Leeds, woollen draper. [Wiglesworth and Co. Gray's inn square. G. Long, Oakhampton, linen draper. [Sole, Aldermanbury. H. Higaon, Bolton le-Moors, Lancashire, common brewer. [Chiltons and Acland, Chancery lane. DIVIDENDS. October 5, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~toospOn-Holl ironmutonger- October 12, J. Anderson, Man. chester,. calico print r-October 15, I. Grandy, Presttn, iscashire, upholsterer-October 25, G. Long, Oakhampton, Besonsbis li n en dlrapetr-Ototrber 19, W. Blandoll and R. otk, Liverpoel, mnerchants-October tl, E .Edwards, Menal gondry Anglese~y, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shropshire Mineral, and Grand London and Dublin Approximation Railvays William Barge, Esq. Q.C. Temple The Rev. Bourchier W rey Savile, Oakhampton, Devon 0. Thompson Jacob, Esq. Blandford, Magistrateand Deputy-Lieutenant for Dorset Riobald Francis Roberts, Esq. Barton Bradstock, near Bridport H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    married, first, the eldest daughter of Mr C. Savile (the sister of Mr A. Savile, of Oatlands, M .h for Oakhampton), she dying in 1853; and secondly, in 1856, at St Helena, the daughter of the late Mir T. Elliott, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREBY, George (?1684-1742), of Plympton, Devon.

    1734 Treby acted as government manager not only for the four boroughs mentioned in his 1727 letter, but also for Oakhampton and Ashburton in conjunction with Sir William Yonge.[footnote] In 1740 he was transferred to the Treasury, where he remained

    CARY, Robert (d.c.1431), of Cockington, Devon.

    Robert was awarded, for life and rent-free, the Cary manor of Puddington, three parts of that of Northlew, rents in Oakhampton and Sheepwash (Devon) and lands in Launceston (Cornwall) worth in all £15 7s.8d. a year. Three months later he


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