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You searched for: Place: Pitcombe, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pitcombe Pitcombe in 1885

    PitcombePITCOMBE The ancient parish of Pitcombe , originally part of the minster parish of Bruton , occupied a crescent-shaped area to the south and south-west of Bruton . 93 It included the scattered village of Pitcombe in a valley

    Bruton Hundred Bruton hundred c . 1840

    later Catsash hundred. 2 By 1212 the hundred comprised the Tancarville fee of Bruton , Honeywick (in Pitcombe ), Milton ( Clevedon ), Pitcombe with Cole , Redlynch , Witham , and Yarlington . 3 In 1225 Discove , Woolston

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    the hundred of the same name, has interlocking boundaries with Pitcombe and Shepton Montague to the west and south 92 and dependent chapelries of Brewham to the east and Pitcombe to the west 93 indicating its probable origin as a

    Shepton Montague Shepton Montague in 1840

    parish boundary towards Hadspen in Pitcombe . 63 There is some doubt when it was taken over by the Bruton trust, but certainly before 1831 when the improved route from Castle Cary to Bruton avoiding Pitcombe was adopted, which included

    Introduction

    mansions in the area. Slightly smaller houses surrounded by smaller parks at Inwood in Henstridge , Horsington , Hadspen in Pitcombe , and Yarlington either developed from medieval manor houses or were created ab initio . The ownership of Bruton

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    , Jno. Pippon , Thos. Piracy Pirates or rogues see also Balthazar, Wm. Pisa , castle at Great duke at Pitcombe , Somerset Pitman or Pittman , Jno. Pittington , Durham, resident in Pitts or Pitt , Hen. Thos. Plantations Subscribers-only content

    Volume 66, February 1654, 01 February 1654-28 February 1654

    the Committee of co. Somerset, on petition of the inhabitants of Weeke Champflower, settled to be minister there and at Pitcombe, has received many interruptions in his ministry from ill-affected persons, that John Carey of Castle Carey, justice of peace Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, March 1546, 26-31, 01 March 1546-31 March 1546

    with, church, steeple, churchyard, buildings, gardens, & c., and demesne lands (named), the rectory of Brewton and chapels of Bruham, Pitcombe, Radlynche, and Wyke, Soms., the advowson of Brewton vicarage, tithes of grain, wool and lambs in Haddespen and Hunwike,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Creed, 8/8/1695

    Creed Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 8/8/1695 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Pitcombe// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/BS/43 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Kidder, Richard/Bath & Wells 1691- 1703 Comment with Week

    Johannes Creed, 8/8/1695

    Creed Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 8/8/1695 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Pitcombe// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/BS/43 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Kidder, Richard/Bath & Wells 1691- 1703 Comment with Week

    Emanuel Mason, 0/0/1639

    ID: 212972 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Mason Forename Emanuel Title Qualification BA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1639 Office/Status Curate Location Pitcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Vc 40 (Consignation Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peirs, William/Bath & Wells 1632- 1670 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Hall, B.D. The Bishop of Bath and Wells has licensed the 11ev. Arthur Barr, M.A., to the curacy of Pitcombe and Wyke Champ- flower, Somerset, on the nomination of the Rev. V.P. Taylor, M.A:.; the Rev. T. C. Kemp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AssocLation, Croxien, U7ttoxeter, Staffs (Leioester). t Three Cheeses of any other British Make (uncoloured), made in 1900.-1. N. J. Sims, Pitcombe. Braton, Somerset (single Gloucester); 2, Edmund W. Green. Steeple Ashtoon, Trwbridge, Wilts (Somerset loaf); 3, 1 Mrs. W. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perpetual curacy of Olderhill, Tipton, Staffordshire. Rev. Vernon Pearce Taylor, L.A. (of Christ Church, Oxford), to the perpetual ceuraeies of Pitcombe and Wyke, Champflower, Brutons, Somerset; patron, Sir H. R. Hoare, Bart.; annual value (together), 115?. TIHE MAN NVHO WOULD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cuthbert in Wells, North Wooton, PUton, Pylle, West Pennard, East Pennard, Ditcheat, Alhampton, Evercreech, Lamyat, Wick Champ- Bower, Milton Clevedon, Pitcombe, Bruton, Almsford, Castle Cary, Shepton-Montague. Redlinch, Charlton Musgrave, Wincanton, Brat- ton, Ilorsiugton, and Cucklington, all in the county of Subscribers-only content

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