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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stogursey Nonconformity

    parish in the 1590s 89 and two Roman Catholics at Shurton in 1715 . 90 Two meeting house licences were issued in 1689 and a Presbyterian meeting was held in the parish c . 1690. 91 The meeting comprised 100

    Stogursey Local government Borough Seal of Stogursey

    SIGILLUM COMITIS DE ... DOMINI DE STOKE CURCY. 26 Shurton manor had leet jurisdiction until the mid 13th century, 27 but there is no later evidence of it. Court rolls for Shurton manor survive for 1424-7 28 and for shares

    Stogursey Economic history

    Stolford , and Idmeston or Yedmyster fields. 28 Between Shurton and Stogursey village Lowelstone field, mentioned in the 14th century, and Shurton fields in 1541 29 later became Lawson and Shurton burgages, like Stogursey 's Town or West burgage 30

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    was a kiln on the coast near Shurton Bars in the 18th century 61 and the limestone there was described as valuable. 62 In the later 19th century there were five kilns near Shurton Bars and two inland near Steyning

    Stogursey Education

    small schools in the hamlets: a school with 10 pupils at Wick in 1835 , 23 a boarding school at Shurton in 1841 , 24 a day school there by 1861 and until 1872, 25 a boarding school for infants

  • * British History Online *

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    The King's Book of Payments, 1517, 01 January 1517-31 December 1517

    a servant of the Earl of Threstyn (Thierstein) in Almain, 6 l . 13 s . 4 d . Dr. Shurton, preaching, 20 s . Cornisshe, for "a play which was played" on Shrove Tuesday, 6 l . 13 s

    Henry VIII, April 1527, 21-30, 01 April 1527-30 April 1527

    R. O. 3086 . JOHN CREKE. Bill in Chancery. John Creke, merchant, against Ralph Dodmer, alderman of London, and Dr. Shurton, dean of Wolsey's chapel, executors of Will. Moncaster, whose factor, Creke, was in Spain. Corrected draft, in Wriothesley's hand;

    Index, S, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    jester, 153 (24, ii.) Shurley , , p. 496. -, Hugh, p. 1529. Shurley . See Shirley. Shutlington , 3598. Shurton , Rob., 1215. Shylston , Wm., 55. Shypper , Andreas, 3000. -, Keryn, 3060. Shyppenham , Camb., p. 1116.

    Index, S, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    2735. -, Ric., sheriff of Sussex, in the retinue of Lord Abergavenny, 471. -, Th., p. 1485. Shyrton . See Shurton. Shyrwyn , Th., 3475. Shyrwodde , Walt., 2606. Shittlanger , Northt., 1713. Shorter , John, 989. Shorton , Rob.,

    Index, S, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    3540 (21). Shirley , Sir Ralph, 4442 (6). Shirrey , , 6788, p. 3065. Shirshawe , Ric., 2527. Shirton or Shurton, Rob., D.D., dean of Wolsey's chapel. See Shorton. Shirwin , , p. 3068. Shirwode . See Sherwood. Shobyndon ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dO.SS LDXLILCE'2515:1j- nos of the beat lousiss in Blicrmingham to be SY old, foreselrsation essly. Tiedl for bears scsder iL Shurton lImeo. 1. Lurw doin~g very large trade. About L£250-Gilbiert arirl Son. a72055 . - )SHEPMt'RIDS hlesl, Bradtforid Street; leaSe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '51 - Il. .'ooobe!ti. bY ?. OAt'. T. 'N. Iliren, Is H. 0. Hil.................... hat.'oe..................................10 Ii.tal............................73 Sitcoms, Irmrroe.-Me. Berman, S Shurton, 8; Batter, b 'HalIcon. 1; Mr. A. F. Whirs-ell, e cad b SniDer. 1; Mr. A. B. Crosby, net Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norwood Park,; Thursday, Ossinglon (at eleven); Saturday, Thoreeby Pork; at a quarter before eleven. ' ' p. ., Somerset Subscription-Tuesday, Shurton (euar Stogursy); FridaY Dunster Park; at half-past ten.- . . 1 ,,, . - . ', . Stamiford and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridige-at half- pout 10. Slonteeton (bUo. U. S. Worenald's). Tuesday, Ilelnsloy; Friday, 8 Kirby Mooroldo-atItO. West Someorset (Colonel Luttrall'u(, Tuesday, Shurton, near Steguor- sey; FrIday, Brampt on Raolph-at half-pout 10. No0dh Staflordohiree (Mr. W. Davenport'e), Tuesday, 8ulghford; Frlday. Adderloy-at hel-past Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certified copy thereof, bis Lordship's claim was admitted, and comprises that part of the shore of the Bristol Channel between Shurton Bars and the mouth of the river Parrett. The commission will next be opeui'd at Bristol. New Mabbiage Act. Subscribers-only content

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