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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brighstone ( Brixton )

    rectius Bowcombe ). Free warren at Shute was granted to the abbot and convent in 1284 , 74 and in 1291 the abbey's possessions there were valued at £5. 75 The grange of Shute was leased by the abbot in

    Houses of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Friary Mayne

    . 7 d . re-granted the manor in reversion of the former lease of Edward VI to William Pole of Shute and Edward Downing and their heirs. 17 In addition to the preceptory of Mayne with its members West Knighton

    Parishes Huish Champflower

    though holdings at Catford and Shute had been joined to neighbours. 126 'Summering' pasture was available for rent at Coombe farm in 1805 127 and by the 1820s a dairy had been established at Shute . 128 The inclosure of

    Horsley Manor and other estates

    for Henry's nephew, Henry Richmond Shute , who was to enter the property on attaining the age of 25 years; a contingent remainder was settled on Shute 's sister Alice Elizabeth . 88 H. R. Shute died without issue in

    Isle of Wight Hundred of West Medine

    of West Medine Hemreswel Hundred included Yarmouth , 'Soet,' which may, perhaps, be identified with Sheat in Gatcombe or with Shute in Brighstone , and the unidentified holding of 'Lenimcode.' 12 It had disappeared as a hundred before the middle

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHUTE, Robert (c.1528-90), of Oakington, Cambs.

    in Leicestershire and Cambridgeshire. Shute became the head of the latter branch, though he was in fact born at Gargrave, Yorkshire, and raised it to the prominence it enjoyed for generations.[footnote]Both Peterhouse and Christ’s, Cambridge, claim Shute as an undergraduate,

    POLE, William II (1561-1636), of Shute, Devon.

    II (1561-1636), of Shute, Devon. Constituency Dates Bossiney 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon from 1591, sheriff 1602-3. Biography Pole, the Devon antiquary, was brought into Parliament for Bossiney by his father-in-law, William Peryam. His pursuits in later life suggest the

    SHUTE, Richard, of Stamford, Lincs.

    SHUTE, Richard, of Stamford, Lincs. Constituency Dates Stamford 1593 Biography As Lord Burghley’s servant and a resident of Stamford Shute was prominent enough in the town to lead the opposition in 1589 to Edward Heron and others who had caused

    POLE (POLEY), William I (1515-87), of Colyford and Shute, Devon.

    (1515-87), of Colyford and Shute, Devon. Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 1545 Bridport Oct. 1553 West Looe 1559 Ofifces Held Fellow, I. Temple by 1547, bencher 1556, Autumn reader 1557, Lent reader 1562, treasurer 1564; j.p. Devon and Dorset from c.1559;

    POLE (POWLE, POLEY), William (1515-87), of Colyford and Shute, Devon and the Inner Temple, London.

    (1515-87), of Colyford and Shute, Devon and the Inner Temple, London. Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 1545 Bridport Oct. 1553 West Looe 1559 Ofifces Held Bencher, I. Temple 1556, Autumn reader 1557, Lent 1562, treasurer 1564-5. Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset 1558/59-d.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Brooks tall Esex. Captain Cbristianot-the ROYal \iavyeldest sonofthe late SiU-E., Christian, K;. hr to<arrkit,- seeond-daugter of the late Sainuel Shute, ,eq. jn Fan Fill, in cheIsl of Wight, ' , - At Acormb, heai York, Tliwitas Caietan Thagland, Eq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d fix " Thy Bmitain'i glory, msn extend tIer fame 64 Par as lhe limnils of this nether-shore." The ETop'urtibl' Shute Barringtoe, M.A. Brother to the Lord Vitcoimit ljairiigton one`of ihis Mijeslyt'sChap- laiZt in Ordinary, and Felloiv of Merten College. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    default, anid s t -!qtoriu e i to receive trii jidgment ofth&'Court. A fri iaits ofSarah YliJane aid of Sraeh Shute w ere put in and read. TIhv titd, that it June last they hid chiildren .nacu- I LteR !'y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Shute made one of the prettiest and most commodious bowling greens that had been seen; and that King Charles die First, who was partial to that amusement, having heard the fame of his new bowling, green, told Mr Shute Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gregory, Pendleton, near Mancbes er, cabinet maker. W. M'Whirter, Manchester, railway guard. C. J. Mathews, Westbourne green, comedian. Frances Gater, Shute, Devonshire, out of business. 3. Ridler, sen. Brimpscombeport, Gloucestershire, bailder. R. H. Murphy, Liverpool, officer in the Customs. F. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Reasons humbly Offered in relation to the Opposition made by the Weavers and Raw-Silk-Men, against Restraining the Importation of Coarse Thrown Silks, 1 August 1726

    Sizes for different Ufes. The firft was for Shute or Warp of all rich Silks; the fecond was ufed for Warp of Pop- ling, which are fhot with Worfteds, and as Shute for Shagreens, Sarfhets, and fundry other Goods; the Subscribers-only content

    The Case of the Silk Throwers Company. , 11 June 1731

    or Organzine, all Sorts of Foreign Raw Silk, fuch as 7»r£y, ZtaZww, and C#/#tf, ©V. ufed for making Warp and Shute, for the Ufe of the Silk-weaving Manufactury. That about the Year 1718 Mr. Zo/wfe, now Sir 7&gt;&0»Mr.f Zowfo, Kt. Subscribers-only content

    16 July 1689, 16 July 1689

    Brevis difti Domini R.egis & Dominae Reginae, &quot; de Error, corrigend. per praed. Thorn. Pilkington, An- u nam Shute Executnc.Teft. praed. Samuel. Shute, Henr. &apos;* Cornijh Fil. & Haered. praed. Henr. Cornijh defunft. &quot; Thorn. Cooke Executor. Teft. praed. Joice Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1717, 11 May 1717

    Lajtlecomer and others : a Bill. With a Bill, intituled, &quot; An Aft to enable John Bar- fS rington, alias Shute, Efquire, and his IlTue Male, to &quot; change their Surname to Barrington, according to the &quot; Settlement of Francis Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1717, 18 May 1717

    Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 461 Hubert&apos;s Pe- Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Herbert, Widow red and Relift of Edward Herbert Efquire, deceafed, on the to Judges. nardifton Caufe. Behalf of herfelf and Thomas Herbert her Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Old Shute House. Devon, 1880

    Old Shute House. Devon [palace/mansion] Initial letter 'W', with view of Old Shute House at centre, and trailing leaf design with butterfly at left.Wood-engraving on chine


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