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You searched for: Place: Sowton, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dowlish Wake

    Cudworth manor until the death of George Speke in 1753 , when it passed to his daughter Mary Speke of Sowton ( Devon ). 50 On her death the manor was inherited by her cousin William Speke of Jordans in

    South Stoke

    a. to John and Thomas Sowton respectively. 68 Much pasture and meadow continued to be commonable in the same period. North mead at Offham was at least partly inclosed c . 1520 by John Sowton , 69 perhaps the demesne


    Southsea ( Hants ) , Southwark , Rom. Cath. bps., and see Butt Southwell : Sir Rob., Ursula, see Bohun Sowton : John (fl. c . 1520), John (fl. 1636), Thos. (fl. 1636), Thos. (fl. 1656), fam., Spain : Spanish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farmer. Attor- rev. Mr. Pewtrisc, Gray's-inn. A. lelditt, MarhfleiddGloucestershire,cliemist. Attorney, Mr. P0otts, Serljeani's-ion. T. Farentdenit Chichesiei, Su9sPx, limber-mer~chant. At-orney, 'Tr. Sowton, CTook'.-com, t, L ico 's-ini -t C . C'iav, AshionAVarwi kshire, ccachmakker, Attornien, MJessrs. Clatrke aend Rieliard, Chinceiy-lane. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    timber-merchant. [Capes, Holborn court.] 3. Groom, Watford, tailor. [Home and Co. New inn.] H.CDok, Lancasterplacenavy-ecent. [Williamson,Gray'sinnisquare.] J. Chalcroft, Brighton, builder. [Sowton, Great James st. Bedford row.) J. Norrington, Doddington, baker. [Bartlett and Co. Nicholas lane.] J. Hill, Manchester, provision-dealer. [Milne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holborn. J. Twigg Dewsbury,blankct-ranufacturer. [Jaques and Co. Coleman st. J. Heasne, Glocester, brick-maker. [Coe, Hatton garden. E. Dudeney, Brighton, builder. [Sowton, Great James st. Bedford row. C. Stewart, Birchir lane, merchant. [Scott and Son, St Mildred's court. J. Lawrence, Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Miller, New inn. H. W., J. W., and M. W. Wood, Wakefield, woolstaplers. [Few and Co. Henrietta street. R. Dally,.Chichester,ironmooger. [Sowton, Great James street. W. Blake and J. Rutherford, ShewingsheelsNortbumberlandssalesmaw rLeadbitter, Bucklersbury. J.. Booth, Charlton row, cotton-spinner. [Ellis and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    surgeon. J. Haslam, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, tripe-dresser. BANKRUPTS. ar1 R. Hudson, Norwich, wholesale-stationer. [Austin, Holbor ett* J. Smith, Brighton, confectioner. [Sowton, Great JameStreet R. Paten, Paddington, slate-merchaut. [Carlon, High street. Spidu W. and J. Fry, and J. Chapman, St Mildred's court, Subscribers-only content

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