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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Othery

    old route through Pathe . 10 There was a ferry across the Parrett, evidently from Burrow to Saltmoor, mentioned in 1308 , 11 1370, 12 and 1515. 13 Another ferry over the Challis Wall rhyne near Pathe was replaced by

    Introduction

    of Shapwick , on recovered marsh, or Moorland in Middlezoy beside the embanked Parrett. Farmsteads of early origin such as Pathe and Thorngrove in Othery and Middlezoy are found on spurs running into the marsh from nucleated settlements. The ancient

    Parishes Aller

    from Othery . 19 In 1653 it was stated that a temporary bridge was annually laid over this rhine at Pathe for the removal of hay from Aller moor, but that at all other times the ferryman might charge for

    Index A-Z

    ch., ch. ho., cts., fms., fields, fishery, glebe, Grove , incl., inns, local govt., man., mills, nonconf., Nythe , Owery, Pathe , poorho., pop., pound, quarries, revel, Rom. rem., schs., Tappingweir, tithes, tithing, Tutyate (Tuttiet), vicar, and see Cogan ;

    Index

    Harptree, 100 Ric., 100 Ormond , earls of, see Butler Osborne : Hen., 205 Nic., 205 Othery , 61, 66 Pathe , 62 Otterton ( Devon ), 124 Ousley (Owsley): Joel, 191 Thos., 207 overland , 5, 6, 242 Owlswick

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    273 -, Richard, 256 -, Robert, 19, 169 -, Scisly, 181 -, Thomas, 44 -, William, 255, 355 See also Pathe. Paget (Baget) -, Elizabeth, 273 -, Humphrey, 273 -, William, 402 Paggington , William, 81 Paine , see Payne.

    General Index, P, Q, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    commission to Paske , William, military commission to passes , charges for Clerk of Paston , , captain, company of Pathe , Thomas, named Assistant of the Ironmongers' Company Patten , James, a rebel Patterson , William, named Alderman of Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Warrants, December 1716, 16-31, 16 December 1716-31 December 1716

    memorandum dated 13 Dec. 1715 by Auditor Thomas Jett of the premises: viz. as follows: Rowe Coppice, 58 acres. Horse Pathe Coppice, 111 acres. Elderstubb Coppice, 45 acres. Wheateley Coppice, 80 acres. Redhill Coppice, 131 acres. Thornhill Coppice, 175 acres.

    Sessions, 1613, 4 and 6 August, 01 October 1612-04 August 1613

    John Chapman of St. Giles, aforesaid, bricklayer; and for John Harrison, apprentice to the said Richard; and for Robert Page [Pathe ] servant to the said Richard: all to keep the peace towards Robert Pratt of Wapping, carpent er; and

    James II volume 1, February 1685, 01 February 1685-28 February 1685

    Young, John Sampson, William Hinton, Nicholas Wyld, John Grice, Benjamin Skutt, Richard Ingram, Henry Mudd, Joseph Staples, Thomas Nicholls, Thomas Pathe, John Foster, Henry Palmer, Thomas Humphreys, Samuel Storey, William Hiet, Assistants; Thomas Heatley, Clerk. A proviso that his Majesty Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Madame Vestris's Benefit Night, and in which Mr Young, r C. Kemible, Mr Wrench, Mr Bartley, Mr Fawceet, apr Wa Pathe, Madame Veatris, and Miss Jarman, will pecform.-After the oeya Miusical Melange, in Which Miss Stephens. Miss Hughes, Mr Sapio, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    become bound with the Pe VORY t aind Cioi. in the m of ltPericent.en the aline, for Watherds pierelosne o Pathe Coatdsi.th ne ledO viemta GRlO S'VNOR S REET, BOND STREET. 7l ESSRS MOSELEY, SURGEON DENTISTS, .1 .hse removed from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re- coast ance Thle recreations of the neighbourhood ap- peared to be sitting on canipstools. The bathing is carried on Pathe easiest possible system; you walk out of your own on in bathing costume, with, if you are fastidious, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12 ncelel. YWN. H. FELLOWS. c~ Anotion MartAlbert Strect.-FflRNI ,,ofor Bill of Sale and Rent, Including brass-rail BedsteINlu, prlug Mattresses, Pathe, Carptsmahganyanddea Tallee Wldeor and cane-seat 5,Stratford Road, near Shalcesp , IcSaeT-IGHT at 6 o'clock poit TrORN ULILL is inetruected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sttl Dinec CaRduant ol from LO DONston B LGIo, GERMsANYa£, AUFoRIful parIcTlaRLAsNDly to 4 Mark Whitwil and Son, LYriool ; Pathe Feent Gothre. 14so, feto tei RowT, vaBiriniegsi. V.e joayer, in 24 WoevrainptinStree, Duley;a Jon Curtis 138ilosroy3,an Fla, il Wociverhasdepten Subscribers-only content

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