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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, October 1515, 16-31, 01 October 1515-31 October 1515

    by fine, 5 Hen. VIII., the right of the said Sir Roger in divers messuages and lands in Combe, alias Southcombe, and Stoke, Dorset, granted to him, Jas. Frampton and Laur. Wadham by the said Sir William and Dorothy, without

    Henry VIII, February 1514, 21-28, 01 February 1514-28 February 1514

    Roger Neuburgh, James Frampton, and Laurence Wadham. Pardon for having acquired messuages, lands, & c. (extent specified) in Combe alias Southcombe and Stoke, Dorset, from Sir Wm. Filoll and Dorothy his wife, by fine levied on the morrow of All

    Index, C, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    Ric., 3979. Comanus , episcopus, Scaramutia Trivultius, created Cardinal, 3495. Combe , Oliver, Abbot of, 2532, 2575. Combe als . Southcombe, Dorset, 1061. -, Park, 1369. Combe Kaynes, Dorset, 1061. Comberton Parva ch., Worc. dioc., Tho. Skelton incumb., 4377. Combes

    Index, S, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    VIII. at, 4215, 4232. -, (Hampton) Water, 4606. Southarp , manor of, Somers., 3479. Southbrent , Somers., manor of, 3479. Southcombe , alias Combe, Dorset, 1061. Southest , Ric., 2550. Southiell , Beds., 1151. Southmalling , deanery of, Sussex, 4098.

    Index, C, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Martyn. Comarys , Marquis de, Ferdinand's deputy in Navarre, 2006 (p. 907). Combe , Devon, 438 (4 m. 8). Combe (Southcombe), Dors., g. 2684 (32). Combe , Kent, g. 804 (10). Combe , Warw., abbey, 438 (4 m. 8). -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 15 years, a cripple, whose death 03 er alleged to have been brought about by starvataons e ' o Southcombe, surgeon, said the cause of death wasbji v e tion from starvation. The body weighed 231b., oice weighe toWeglTh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    u1Ce; undertands machinery.-Address, K. 95, Dailiy Post. -- S4__ 3 fltNTEIIS-A thoroughlyo ompelcc General Hand Seeks a soodl Permanency.-Addiess, HI. Southcombe, Goetee Oaen, PItCOVISIOSS.-Thornughlly good NMan Fasuires Situstiou, mirst Hoel or Stsager.-Apply, Gur'ogznol., 29, Winsoser Raetch Syalding- c7 iG PEIIADElR.COMP'fOSITOR( Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter of Lioutb.Geuerai Sir S. B. Ellis. Royal Marinea. Dres1N8N-111orDoRD.--Selb. let; Mt St. Johl's church, lienmhaw, by the Rev. Wme. Southcombe, Mr. Win. Denison, Cloth manufacturer, to Mieas Sarah Eedford, both of Yoadon. PoLLrTTr- WAIrs.-Selyt. 6th, at the parish church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C~~~~~COL ENSEBD VICTUALLER.S' SCHOOL, lCgKENNINGTON.LANQE. LAMEETH. IFAThONESSSTHE QIUEEN. PATRON, 1 5ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES. E FORTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY vISNER Of the FRIENDS and PATRONS of this 11D'O ~1take PlaCe at WHIT E CONDUIT TAVERN, File, DEDNX8'DAY, the Sad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bad made any bet on the Chester Cup at Thorpe's ?-Wituess said there wele several persons of the name of Southcombe, ansd he could not say for certain that the entry in the book referred to the bet be had Subscribers-only content

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