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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wembdon Manors and other estates

    of William's daughters, Alice, wife of Reynold Mohun (d. 1213), to Reynold's son Reynold (d. 1258). From William Mohun of Ottery Mohun ( Devon ), the younger Reynold's son by his second wife, it passed to William's daughter Eleanor, wife

    Parishes Over Wallop

    Thomas Brandon , and Joan wife of John Zouche Lord Zouche, and his two nephews, Sir Edmund Carew of Mohuns Ottery , son of his sister Margaret, and Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (co. Cornw.), son of his sister Catherine.

    Holdgate HOLDGATE , SHIPTON , AND STANTON LONG c. 1800

    15th century the rectors were usually Hereford cathedral or diocesan office-holders and large pluralists outside Shropshire ; 49 Roger of Ottery , rector 1364- c . 1387, claimed that the benefice required no resident incumbent. 50 From 1529 the rectors

    Index A-J

    Culmstock ; Dartmouth ; Dunkeswell ; Exeter : Exmouth ; Farway ; Halberton ; Honiton ; Newhouse ; Newnham ; Ottery Mohun; Parracombe ; Plymouth ; Plympton ; Seaton ; Totnes ; Witheridge ; Wolleigh Dewbury , Mary Ann ,

    Index K-Z

    see Jeffrey, John; Reason, Rob. rectory, ho., sch., tithes, tithing, Twye (Twyhouse), see Otterhampton : Hill vestry, woodland, otherwise mentioned, Ottery Mohun ( Devon ) , Outwood , see Lyng Oxenham : Anne, see Long Eliz., m. Art. Acland, Wm.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leiils tan Fleeotstreet. \ * 15 t s,3in-tel, stip-ower. AttoraTies, Messrs. Swain, Stevens, sltid CO. Fiedierick' -place. .1. iT lot Ottery St. ilary, Devonsthire, smith. Attorney' Mr. L xiioileItd Lien- qiia~e. t-A151 s it~ll Alelton Mowbrav, Leiecster-lhire, hroe-doealer. Atiernia s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ann, Smio, tailor. ,l. lendercnn'and A. Neil nn, Miik-streel, merchants. W. 1ill, CUrenrerter, sal-inerelha;i. W. Phelp9, Wqercesfer, haker. 1'. Salter, Ottery, Si. Mary, Devonshire, eurrier. SATrRD.4 Y'S LONDON GAZETTE. TbIt Gazette enlta is an accunt of the capture of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attornies, Messrs. Bremnridge and Son, Dyui'f's-hiildilnts, llolborn. 3. Davey. Exeter, timhlereinrchant. Attornies, Messrs. Darke and Co. Prines-s 'treet. S. Weisinan, Ottery, St. Mary, builder. ' Attornies, Messrs. Sand5 i- and Co. Crhane-eourt, fleet-street. W. Rand, Trcliopgtoi, butche'. Aitornis;, Mars. Price Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parsontown, aged 80, Petsi%'B-fike, Esq., magistrate for Tipperary and King's County, and one of the Irish Volunteers of 17E2. At Ottery, St Mary, Devonshire, in his 76th year, Jarmes Coleridge, Esq. This gentleman cwas brother to the Poet, and father Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. ITO..MORROW. Sbiakepeare's Historical t Pliy of EINO HIENRY TH'E EIGHTHF. Ning Henry Slr Vsandcnol;ff- U'rcrilal Wosdeey, Mcr Macreadv: 11uke cf Snuhkeber, llrSheridan Enowvies; (Qaeen Eathe- rine, Miss t-felen Farncit. To. eonclude fith 13gEY BO- Ii(tlHMBE. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1771, 13 March 1771

    " An A£t for Bill read. veiling the Manor, capital MeiTuage, Barton Farm, and Demefne Lands of Cadhay, fituate in Ottery Saint Mary, in the County of Devon, Part of the Settled Eftate of Sir Booth IVilliams Baronet, in Truftees, Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1771, 15 March 1771

    Billa, intituled, « An Aft for vefting the Manor, Capital Meffuage, Barton Farm, and Demefne Lands, of Cadhay, fituate in Ottery Saint Mary, in the County of Devon, Part of the fettled Eflate of Sir Booth Williams Baronet, in Truf- Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1771, 18 March 1771

    An Act for vefting the Ma- " nor, Capital Meffuage, Barton Farm, and Dememe ** Lands of Cadhay, fituate in Ottery Samt Mary, in " the County of Devon, Part öf the Settled Eftate of " Sir Booth Williams Baronet, Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1771, 19 March 1771

    " An Act for vefting the Manor, Capital Mefluage, " Barton Farm, and Demefne Lands of Cadhay, fituate " in Ottery Saint Marf, in the County of Devon, Part " of the Settled Eftate of Sir Booth Williams Baronet, " Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1771, 16 April 1771

    Ds. Wycombe. Ds. Sondes. Ds. Bofion. Ds. Lovel Ö5 Holland. Ds. Beaulieu. Ds. Camden. Sir Booth Williams's Eftate Bill. in Ottery Saint Mary, in the County of Devon, Part of the Settled Eftate of Sir Booth Williams Baronet, in Truftees, Subscribers-only content

 

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