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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    parish, and in Allington and Boscombe there are land and buildings of the Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment based at Porton down. To the south-west, especially in the Wylye valley, the villages remain rural and the land agricultural. Amesbury Hundred

    Salisbury Protestant nonconformity

    on the city at an early date: a house was being rented in 1678 for the use of preachers from Porton church, the centre of the Particular Baptists in south Wiltshire , who had held meetings in Salisbury since 1657

    Parishes West Tytherley with Buckholt

    nothing there. 6 At the beginning of the 13th century West Tytherley was held of the king by Geoffrey de Porton and Richard de Cardeville, who both held in serjeanty, viz. by the service of a mounted serjeant, with hauberk,

    Parishes Allington

    W.A.S. Libr., J. Wilkinson , par. hist. collns. no. 158. G. B. Carter , Porton Down , 2-4; inf. from Defence Land Agent, Durrington . Carter, Porton Down , 15. V.C.H. Wilts . ii, pp. 98-9, 131, 134. Feet of

    Parishes Rollestone

    . 109 Nonconformity. In 1669 a considerable number of dissenters met at Rollestone under the leadership of John Read of Porton , in Idmiston , one of several Baptist teachers in the area. 110 Nothing more is known of that

  • * British History Online *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1599

    December, 42 Elizabeth. Recognizances, taken before John Grange esq. J.P., of Henry Asheley of Westminster esq., and William Sommelton of Porton co. Wiltes. gentleman, in the sum of ten pounds each, and of John Browne of Westminster yoman, in the

    British History Online

    Goddard, Henry Hungerford, Robert Hippisly, and Edmond Warnford, Esquires; Robert Long of Southwick, Thomas Goddard, William Sadler, John Read of Porton, Robert Stoakes Humphry Ditton, John Dove, Richard 'Hill, Edward Brown, Robert Talboys, Thomas Baily and William Jessy. Dorset. For

    America and West Indies, March 1696, 01 March 1696-31 March 1696

    account of Abraham de Peyster and Nicholas Bayard; to this is annexed an instrument of protest, 28 Sept. 1693, by Porton Paul, notary public, on behalf of John Blackhall of London, merchant, against Lionel Copley, drawer of the said bill

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 1 July 1644, 01 July 1644-01 July 1644

    Hungerford, Robert Hippesley , and Edmond Warnford , Esquires, Robert Longe of Southwicke, Thomas Goddard, William Sadler, John Read of Porton, Edward Stoakes, Umphrey Ditton, John Dove, Richard Hill, Robert Browne, Richard Talboys, Thomas Baily , and William Jessey .

    Book 2, 1682

    Com Somers. Carpenter pon se Apprenticum Willo. Peacock CC pro Septem Annis a dat. Edrus. Cotmore filius Johis. Cotmore de Porton in Com Wilts Agricol. pon se Apprenticum Anthonio Walden CC pro Septem Annis a dat. Jacobus Akerman filius Rici.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GAPE, Thomas (d.1678), of the Middle Temple, London and Porton, Wilts.

    the Middle Temple, London and Porton, Wilts. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn 16 May 1660 Ofifces Held Servant to the Mq. of Hertford (later 2nd Duke of Somerset) 1646-Oct. 1660, to the dowager duchess Oct. 1660-74; commr. for assessment, Wilts. Aug.

    BRADLEY, Henry, of Bradley, Wilts.

    at least five occasions and successfully defending Rous's title. He assisted Robert Long* in transactions relating to an estate at Porton and Little Langford later in 1428. He was associated with William Coventre II* and William Botreaux, a London draper,

    LEYCESTRE, John (d.1436/7), of Bristol.

    a local tanner, in a tenth part of the manor of Redwick in Magor and other property in Monmouthshire at Porton and Pill. But his most important possessions were naturally in Bristol itself, and at least some of them were

    LAMBERT, William.

    a gentle family which had, in addition to its seat at Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire, leasehold properties at Dinton, Netheravon and Porton. This William Lambert’s father Thomas described himself in his will of June 1509 as ‘of New Sarum, armiger’. A

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    against the opinions of the writer of the work which the prisoner was accused of publisiting. The Prisoner declared that Porton, the officer, had said, that he, the prisoner, was not the man who had sold him the pamphlet. Thi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V W i.W- liamson, H. Hall, J. COieape. J. Law, J. Colri, A. Talloch, S. WV. Steel, . Orchard, C. Graham Majors J. Herring, E. A.' Ciampbell, P. u:on4ornerie, XV. J. Bu:terworth, 3. Porton, J. Cameron, T. Lumosden, T. Timnbrell. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bed, and bath roem, fitted with hiaths;, largy hox rosin;, toe ood gardeas. Let atvery law renta. Lease985years. .erice;£750- d Porton, Clarence Road. c47 a T ADYWOOD Roadb ornmt er of AvIcsli~lat Stre-TWii o capital Shope C £1512 S600.a crnern Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read by the Rev. Victor R. BamfEord, B.A. Thie Bishop was attended by his examinling chaplain, the Rev. J. 8. Porton, B.D., rector of Chettoa, ansd Jlr: John H. Hlooper, MAA, hIis loidihlp's aecre- i he Bishop afterwards licensed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESBES. THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM. It had lone been evident that the necessity existed for sueb an Establishment as THE NATIONAL PROVINOCIAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION In the Centre of the Town, and the experience of the Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Sharpe, 5/3/1637

    Title Qualification BA University Oxford College Magdalen Hall Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 5/3/1637 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Porton// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/18 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Davenant, John/Salisbury 1621- 1641 Comment Also simultaneously subscribed

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