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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pewsey PEWSEY 1839 Pewsey village and nearby settlements

    farm, 407 a. adjoining Everleigh . 16 Southcott farm and Sunnyhill farm were bought c . 1875 by Richard Pocock , 17 who in 1878 offered Southcott farm for sale. 18 In 1899 Southcott farm belonged to the Wilts .

    Parishes Linslade

    of Linslade and Southcott called Joselyn's manor' was in the possession of the Corbet family, 103 and doubtless became absorbed in the main property. Woburn Abbey . Azure three bars wavy argent . Land in Linslade and Southcott was held

    Parishes Hunningham

    77 and they dealt with the manor in 1653 . 78 Their son Sir Henry Fane , with Elizabeth ( Southcott ) his wife, conveyed it in 1690 to Robert Waring and John Cropper , 79 and in 1695 sold

    The royal borough of Windsor Manors, churches and charities

    which is a shield of Braham quartering Palmer . On the pedestals below the side figures are shields, Braham impaling Southcott , while the consoles supporting the pedestals are charged with the Braham arms. The floors of the western vestibule

    The borough of Reading Manors

    lions' heads razed argent . Coley Mill is mentioned in a document of 1272. 25 The hamlet of SOUTHCOTE (Sudcote, Southcott ) lies to the south-west of Reading . In 1086 Southcote was held by William de Braose. 26 By

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the town, should meet, and of course destroy, and swallow up houses, inhabitants, pigs, and poultry. Saiame afiirmied that -Johanua Southcott was the- predictor; others, that it- was a Prophet nonv living at Alidford, nearthis With, -who was Wilth Noah Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ., 0.J4,vd sOcTFCOTT., > 'I~ .'1!T E LD.XTO oFrTHE EXAMINER. S~n,-A4,Lgetr signed Pjnio-VEaAx liyiga p n youc Jqounaj tf.othe 8Mh July, whereia the basest o 1710 aje j.-aoiI&d, to thoebest of i.tentions, I am id t0 troile you a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, when the Colbnel informed me he would himself acquaint the medical gentletmen who '-were appointed to attend b] lMrs. Southcott. He'requested to know the naftes of the medieal geiptlemen I intended to introduce, when I gave the names 'of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the -inast marked disrespect, but'ihh -in invidious insinuation that I- -was one oft fllouers of that poor deluded, wvretch Joannaf Southcott! From my utter abhorrence of every kind of ideception, I eideavourec all in my power to invest gate the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in cases when all others are insiantly rejected. j0hN~t~ithstauding all -the'boasted light of the age, the fooleries of but la Southcott still have their admirersa'ed votaries. ' At Hulling, a short distance from the county town of' Kent, the deceased Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 March 1726, 7 March 1727

    of Sir Edward Southcott Knight, and Dame Jane his Wife, John Southcott Ef- quire, Eldeft Son of the faid Sir Edward and Mary his Wife, Thomas, Edward, and Philip Southcott, Younger Sons of the faid Sir Edward Southcott, was referred; Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1727, 29 March 1727

    Southcott Efquire, for the Purpofes therein " mentioned; and for fettling the Capital Mcffuage of " Witham Place, and other Lands, in the County of " Efex, of the fame Value, Part of the Eftate of Sir " Edward Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1727, 30 March 1727

    County of Effex, of " the fame Value, Part of the Eftate of Sir Edward " Southcott Knight, Father of the faid John Southcott, " to the like Ufes." The Queftion was put, «* Whether this Bill (hall "pafs?" The Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1775, 8 May 1775

    <{ laying in Severalty the Open and Common Fields, " and Part of the Open and Common Downs, called " Southcott and Kepneil Down, Work Down, and other " Commonable Places ; and alfo for dividing and en- " clofing Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1775, 9 May 1775

    eft Billa, intituled, " An Act for Southcott, " dividing and laying in Severalty, the Open and Com- &.c Endoiüre " moil Fields, and Part of the Open and Common " Downs, called Southcott and Kepnell Down, Work " Down, Subscribers-only content

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