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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Racton Racton Parish Church

    In 1233 the estate of Racton passed to Henry fitz-Richard of Spargrove in Somerset, son of Eve now wife of Hugh Sanzaver, in exchange for the manor of Spargrove . 102 The Sanzavers continued to hold rents and the mill

    Upton Noble Upton Noble in 1843

    S.D.N.Q . iii. 91; P.R.O., HO 129/322/2/1/1; S.R.O., D/D/Cf 1878/8 ; G. W. MacDonald, Hist. notes relating to Batcombe and Spargrove cum Upton Noble ( 1865 ), 59. S.R.O., D/D/Cf 1878/8 . Ibid. D/D/Ca 143. Ibid. A/AQP 9. Ibid. D/D/Va

    Milton Clevedon Milton Clevedon in 1841

    84 Earlier routes from the centre of the parish may be traced running near the church towards Stoney Stratton and Spargrove . 85 An early Iron-Age earthwork, probably a stock enclosure but known as the Castle, occupies a spur of

    Ealing and Brentford Manors

    been held in 1408 by William and Agnes Powe , who exchanged it for a pension with John Spartgrave of Spargrove (Som.), 92 perhaps in connexion with his marriage: in 1415 Powe was executor of Spartgrave, who left the manor

    Index A-Z

    see Huntspill Basset : Anselm, David, Isabel, w. of David, see Whiting John, Wm., and his da. Eliz., Batcombe , Spargrove , Bath , archd., see Cretyng earl of, see Bourchier Bath and Wells , bp., and see Bitton ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOORE, Thomas (1618-95), of Hawkchurch, Dorset and Spargrove, Som.

    of Hawkchurch, Dorset and Spargrove, Som. Constituency Dates Heytesbury Apr. 1640 Heytesbury Nov. 1640 Heytesbury 1660 Lyme Regis Oct. 1679 Lyme Regis 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for subsidy, Wilts. 1641, assessment, Wilts. 1643, Dorset and Wilts. 1644-8, Dorset Aug. 1660-3,

    CLERKE, Thomas (c.1485-1555), of Wookey, Som. and London.

    vicarage of Woolavington in 1518. This living he resigned in 1523, to be instituted in person to the vicarage of Spargrove in the following year. He was perhaps the man assessed at Wookey, an episcopal manor two miles from Wells,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Mr., malthouse of, Poole, licence to Albemarle , Duke of. See Moncke, George, Duke of Albemarle. Albine , Henry, of Spargrove, Somerset, Presbyterian, licence to Alcock , William, house of, Falshaw in Wilcaston, Cheshire, licence to Aldeburgh letters dated from Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    at Bristol letters of Thomas, Presbyterian, licence to house of, Milton Abbas, Dorset, receipt for licence to Thomas, house of, Spargrove, Somerset, licence to Moorewood , Andrew, house of, Hallows, Derbyshire, licence to Moot , Ellinor, house of, Stafford, licence Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1-15, 1672, 01 September 1672-30 September 1672

    General Presbyterian. 243 William Glendall His house, Chester Presbyterian. 243 Enoch Grey of Bruton General Congregational. 243 Henry Albine of Spargrove, Somerset. General Presbyterian. 244 Thomas Harrison of Chester. General Independent. 244 Ellis Rowland His house, Carnarvon Presbyterian. 244 David Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Monckton Combe, Montacute North Cadbury, North Perrott, North Petherton Norton, Oake, Pensford, Pitminster, Pitney, Priston, Shepton Mallet, South Petherton, Southarp, Spargrove, Staplegrove, Stockland, Stoke Lane, Stoke Trister, Taunton, Templecombe, Thornfalcon, Thurloxton, Wells, West Muncton, Whatley, Whotley, Winsham parish, Wincanton, Winsham, Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    Silver; Montacute; Nether Stowey; North Cadbury; North Petherton; Norton; Oaks; Otterford; Pensford; Pitminster; Priston; Shepton Mallet; Somerton; South Petherton; Southarp; Spargrove; Staplegrove; Stockland; Stogumber; Stoke Lane; Stoke Mary; Stoke Trister; Taunton; Templecombe; Thornfalcon; Thurloxton; Trull; Weeke; Wellington; Wells; West Monkton; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t-heir bereavement." I ELEcrTioNs.-The following new members were elected: -Governor: Lord Fitzhardinge. Berkeley I Catl, loceteshrs Mmers: T. Parfitt, 1 Spargrove, 3vercreech; J. B. Petter, Yeovil- Captain Woodhouse, Heatherton, Taunton. ] Snow Dawnis.-Captain Best, as Chairman of the Showt Dates Subscribers-only content

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY APRIL 15 1784

    year of his agc. * On Wednefclay died, after three days illnefs, Mrs. Sufainna Cowanr, fifterof Tho. Coward, cfij of Spargrove. Friday died Mrs. Rogers, trife of Mr. Rogers, jun. Irmu- cian, in New King-fireer. The great contedt for Norfolk Subscribers-only content

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY JANUARY 4 1787

    of this city. Wcednefd n lalttwo fat bullocks were given by the benc- volent hand of Thomas Cosvard, el4; of Spargrove, to the feveral poor of Batcomb, Weftcsmb, Afn 'mb, and Alihair; an ezaria1.h worshy of imitation in thiS inclemxent Subscribers-only content

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY MARCH 27 1788

    of Rumney Diggle, elq of Yately, Hants, and one of the itirviving daughters of the late Thomas Cowartd, eclit of Spargrove in this couniy. -Onrtthe sath init. died atBradtfrI,id ged 2J4, Silr.W. Palmecr, kcmcilely anremitacis furng~n ax la :ltis3earg ,if Subscribers-only content

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1789

    - Sonth-Brewham - I yaiRy'eliard. Ditto -Bruton 1,umnird It. N. 1-lenry 1Rodhard, efq; Marriott P tib L~ewls Thomas Cisv.,rd, efiq; Spargrove - !Ktrnaird Win. C. John Barnard, rflq; Lower-Somrerton lgiew Thomas; Thomas Satavell, fq; W~ithel-Flory,Withy..Pool, - and Liuxharough - flowne Subscribers-only content

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