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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Wareham

    cap. iv. Leland describes this nunnery as situated between the two rivers, the ' Frome ' and the Trent or Puddle , but it must not be confounded with that other monastery near the Frome in Somerset built by Aldhelm

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Abbey of Romsey

    the rectory, Sway, Sidmonton, Holm Lacy (Hunlacey) with ' Torleton juxta Coates ,' and ' Bardolfeston' in the parish of Puddle . 12 The parishioners of Romsey managed to save the fine old conventual church from destruction by buying it

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Milton

    ( Ower ), 3 hides at Clyffe with a meadow, 31/2 at Lyscombe, 1 at Burleston , 1 at Little Puddle , 5 at Cattistock , 6 at Compton Abbas , 2 at Whitcombe , 5 at Osmington , 6

    North Leigh Economic history

    63 As elsewhere, arable production increased in the later 20th century and several farmhouses such as Holly Court Farm , Puddle End Farm, and East End Farm were converted to purely domestic use. Perrottshill farm and Field farm, East End

    House of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Shaftesbury

    the late king ordering their restoration together with the manor of Melcombe , which the Conqueror still retained for himself. Puddle was another manor that had been seized by the late earl. 21 The Norman and Plantagenet kings by their

  • * British History Online * *

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    Castle Baynard warde

    Puddle Wharfe . Then is there a great Brewhouse, and Puddle wharfe; a water gate into the Thames, where horses vse to be watered, & therefore being filed with their trampeling, and made puddle, like as also of one

    Gates in the wall of this Citie

    The Blacke Friers stayres, a free landing place. Puddle wharf Then a water gate at Puddle wharfe, of one Puddle that kept a wharfe on the West side thereof, and now of Puddle water, by meanes of many horses watred

    Index, J K

    553. Gruffin, confession of, 509. Hugh, proctor of poorhouse at Mile End, 170. James, clerk, B.A., appointed to vicarage of Puddle Trenthide, 252. Mr., Fellow of [? Queen's College ] , Cambridge, 162. R., Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, 149.

    Cecil Papers, 1584, 01 January 1584-31 December 1584

    Worcester. 1584, Sept. 20. Certificate by William, Earl of Worcester, that he has appointed James Johnes, clerk, B.A., vicar of Puddle Trenthide, co. Dorset, one of his domestic chaplains, according to the statute concerning chaplains of noblemen. 20 September, 26

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    letters of Sir James John letter to Methusaleh Stephen Thos., clerk to the Navy Commissioners letters of letters to Turner's Puddle , co. Dorset Tweedale , Earl of, see Hay. Twyford , Hen. Tyler , Rich. Tyling Tyne River Tynemouth Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRAFORD, Robert, of Wareham, Dorset.

    Preston Vavasour and property in Sandown, Sutton and Brighstone (on the Isle of Wight), as well as land in Mappowder, Puddle ‘Turberville’, Ashley, ‘Kyngsbyre’ and Wimbourne in Dorset. The surname of his first wife and the identity of her family

    FRAMPTON, John (c.1365-1425), of Moreton, Dorset.

    then said to be aged 24, inherited the manors of Buckland Ripers and Moreton and lands in South Tatton, Bryant’s Puddle, Madjeston and elsewhere in Dorset. Most of these properties had come from his mother’s family, and Frampton similarly inherited

    POPHAM, Henry (c.1339-1418), of Popham, Hants.

    POPHAM, Henry (c.1339-1418), of Popham, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire Feb 1383 Hampshire 1385 Hampshire Feb 1388 Hampshire Sept. 1388 Hampshire Nov. 1390 Hampshire 1394 Hampshire Oct. 1404 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Hants Apr., July 1377, Feb. 1379, Mar.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IPLGSTWAL EXAMINER- WtVd bttiWte !"to 4k ontaia wi itwould be to tell him his fzte. If he itatS~fl~sitgoh dbeanaesoawei ee of .elliesg chisaed trath, lee bhim relaim d*92~dhe 4toee rys pbe-n nr toake quarter; ,l heedds \~ ~~~Z'~f ttn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~LiH POLITICAL EXAMINER. - ah,.nho t tot an 1mpawtW w-itr, It would be z tell him hi, rote. If he t, ;--itu'wro ou hc dlguroe prrecidpk of teling unhi tru-th, let imbsroc -~t -nkina 'a, r dele PoaN fSe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. DESTRUCTION OF A GRANARY BY FimE.-On Tuesday night the popuo. lation residing along the shores of the Thames were roused into commotion by the spectacle of a tremendous conflagration. About half-past nine o'clock, a new granary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le dug-cart bill "as wilhdrawil till the next sessiona.-Ibhe bletitlivm palace bill was read a third time and passel.-I he Puddle (Dublin) tiver bill was lead athiud liile and pasaeed.-1 be ittaut felous bilt was read a second time.- I Subscribers-only content


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