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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Glastonbury

    alienated from the abbey, being held only on the tenure of military service, 303 Cranmore , Lympsham , Middlezoy and Pucklechurch being especially mentioned. Herlewin was followed by Seffrid, a monk of Seez, 304 who held office only for six

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Bruton

    appointment on 12 August 1541 , on the presentation of the Dean and chapter of Wells to the vicarage of Pucklechurch 171 in the county of Gloucester and diocese of Worcester . Priors of Bruton 172 Gilbert, occurs 1144 173

    Roads Turnpike roads

    up in the same session, 1755-6 , with a long line of road beginning at Christian Malford and ending near Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield on the Bristol coalfield (30). Why the eastern limit of this trust should be at Christian Malford

    Introduction to the Somerset Domesday Domesday Map

    England , pp. 113-4. It is to be observed, however, that Glastonbury Abbey obtained much iron from its manor of Pucklechurch on the other side of Bristol . Said to have been a four-square mass of iron about two feet

    Index A - Z

    375 Pridy , John, 126; Wm., 126 Priors Hill (? Rudge Hill ), 417 Pritchard , J., 198 Pucklechurch (Glos.), 260 Pucklechurch and Christian Malford turnpike , 260, 269 Purbeck beds , 247-8 Purdey (Purdue), Thos., 253; Wm., and his

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LLEWELLYN (FFLEWELLYAN, FFLEWELLYN, FUELLEN, FLUDKYN), Morris (by 1522-68), of Wells, Som.

    1550, auditor 1550-67, constable 1551-2, master 1553-4, 1563-4. Biography Llewellyn may have been the son of a namesake living at Pucklechurch in 1536, where he himself was lessee of the parsonage at death. By trade a chandler he can thus

    MORE, Nicholas, of Wells, Som.

    had, by authority, of a papal bull and in accordance with royal letters patent, taken possession of the church at Pucklechurch, Gloucestershire, in his presence. He also put in an appearance the following day at a court of the church

    PODMORE, John.

    at Banwell, Somerset, he attested the bishop's grant to the dean and chapter of the advowson of the church at Pucklechurch, Gloucestershire. In January following Erghum leased to him for life a messuage and one virgate of land in Wyke,

    DENYS, Sir Maurice (by 1516-63), of London and Siston, Glos.

    manors of Abson and Siston, Gloucestershire, to which he added other Gloucestershire lands, including the manor of Barton Regis and Pucklechurch which he purchased from William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke.[footnote]In 1545 Denys received a reversionary grant of the chirographership

    DENYS, Richard (d.1593), of Gloucester and Cold Ashton, Glos.

    Richard, the heir apparent, sold lands on a large scale. By 1565 property at Cold Ashton, Alveston, Horsley, Dyrham, Ircote, Pucklechurch and elsewhere in Gloucestershire had been alienated.About 1574 Denys became involved in a protracted dispute over the manor house

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1756, 27 February 1756

    Brook, " which divides the Pariflies of Pucklechurch and Man- 'I gotsßeld, in the County of Gloucefter, to Cbriftian Ma!- " ford Bridge, in the County of Wilts; and alfo from " Pucklechurch aforefaid to certain Coal Mines in the Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1756, 1 March 1756

    Sill. Poole Road, Bill. " of IVilts, and alfo from Pucklechurch aforefaid, to " certain Coal Mines in the faid Parifh." Hodie i* vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft for u re-building the common Gaol for the County Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1756, 2 March 1756

    Mead Brook, which divides the Pariflies of " Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of Glou- " cefier, to Chriftian Malford Bridge in the County of " Wilts, and alfo from Pucklechurch aforefaid to cer- " tain Coal Mines in Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1756, 2 March 1756

    from Mead Brook, which divides the Parifhes of " Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of " Gloucefler, to Chriftian Malford Bridge in the County " of Wilts, and alfo from Pucklechurch aforefaid to cer- " tain Coal Mines in Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1756, 5 March 1756

    ' Brook, which divides the Pariflies of the from Mead Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of Gloucefler, to Chrifiian Malfird Bridge in the County of Wilts, and alfo from Pucklechurch aforefaid to cer¬ The Lord Willoughby of Parhdrh reported Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    George Edwardes, 18/5/1597

    Edwardes Forename George Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Presentation Date 18/5/1597 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Pucklechurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source Dean and Chapter of Wells (Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wells Dean and Chapter/Bath &

    Thomas Powell, 3/1/1634

    Powell Forename Thomas Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Presentation Date 3/1/1634 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Pucklechurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source Dean and Chapter of Wells (Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wells Dean and Chapter/Bath &

    Thomas Powell, 31/1/1634

    Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type commission to institute Date 31/1/1634 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Pucklechurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Laud's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laud, William/Canterbury Province 1633- 1645 Comment Patron

    George Edwardes, 25/3/1633

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 74140 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Edwardes Forename George Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1633 Office/Status Vicar Location Pucklechurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/V/4 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Coke, George/Bristol 1633- 1636 Comment

    George Edwardes, 25/3/1600

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Edwardes Forename George Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1600 Office/Status Vicar Location Pucklechurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/V/4 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Bristol 0- 0 Comment date not given, estimated from position

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bnrinklow Station. B]mwor's, DuxR or (at 11).-This day, November la, Chavenage Gre;en; Wednesday, 20, Swallett's Cate; Thursday, 21, White Biar,, Pucklechurch: Saturday, 23 Hullavinyren. BrcosarEr (at ll).-Tuhi day, ?igaovtbsr jA, lo~tolan Grounds; Tue~day, 10, Bayuard's Green; Thursday, 21, LEythorpe Brige; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AxTniuSrOiTo (at 11).-Friday, November 22, Oldbury; Satnr. day, 23, Brinklow Station. BeAi;;oirr5s, Dope or (at 11).-This day, November21. White Hart, Pucklechurch; Saturday, 23, Hullavilgton. BICxsrsa (at 11).-This day, -November 21, Eythorpe Bridge; Saturday, 23, Warkeworth- BuaTo-v (at 11).-Saturday, November 23, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a middle-aged man, : named Charles Bird, an. enginemian at one of the coalpits of Messrs. Gossham and Wethered, at Pucklechurch, left Soundwell to walk on the line to his home at Packle- church. It is supposed that becoming weary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tong: Aasde~yT'o (uat 1.,30).-FridaY, Dlarch 18, tBlack Swan; 8atur- lsuroseT s, Durza or (at 11).-Thisa day, March 17, White Efart, Pucklechurch; Frlday, 18, P'otterno; Saturday, 19, Upper Combs. Biseerie (at 12).-This day, March 17, H1am Gean; Satir. day, 19, Trafford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 1). - This day, Deeember 8, Cheoing on ; Tuesday, 9, Salutation Gates ; Wednesday, 10, BIIhton; Friday, 12, Pucklechurch; Saturday, 13, Didmaston. BRIcram (3t 11).-This day, December 8, Barton Common; Tuesday, 9, Westoa-oa the-Green; Thursday, 11, Chilton; Saturday,1~3, Subscribers-only content

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