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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stockland Bristol Economic history

    In the later 19th century the marshes around Steart were used for grazing cattle and sheep and a herdsman was employed to look after them. There was also a dairywoman at Steart and by 1881 two shepherds. 63 The size

    Stockland Bristol Nonconformity

    worship in 1672 . 38 The Bethel Congregational chapel at Steart was built in 1847 and licensed in 1848 , probably for use by the Mariners Christian sect. In 1896 it was said to be submerged during high tides. 39

    Stockland Bristol

    Steart hamlet appears to have been called Marsh in 1377 94 and in 1762 and 1822 the Marsh houses were recorded. 95 By the mid 19th century the hamlet was known as Steart Marsh and in 1881 also as

    Otterhampton Cannington (Northern part), Otterhamption, and Stockland Bristol 1838-1839

    to the Steart marshes. The road from Cannington has from 1957 led to Hinkley Point power station, and has therefore become the principal route through the parish. Otterhampton village lay on a road from Coultings in Spaxton to Steart ,

    Stockland Bristol Churches

    1754 respectively, apparently given in 1755 . 32 The registers date from 1538 and are complete. 33 A chapel at Steart which had gone out of use by 1611 34 was presumably the chapel in the parish described in 1613

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 13 August 1646, 13 August 1646-13 August 1646

    the Letters and Things in it, be forthwith delivered to the French Agent. The Examinations of George Beare and Arthur Steart , Two of the Company of the Ship Mary-Rose , taken, upon Oath, before the Bailiff and others of

    America and West Indies, May 16-31, 1677, 16 May 1677-31 May 1677

    St. Lucyes. Thomas Dowden, Esq. Edward Littleton, Esq. St. James. James Walwyn, Esq. Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Ruddock St. Peters. Major John Steart Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Ruddock St. Thomas. John Davies, Esq. Thomas Leake, Esq. St. Andrews. John Meyricke Henry Walrond, junior, Esq.

    America and West Indies, April 1680, 01 April 1680-30 April 1680

    J. Captain Dempster's Troop, 3 commissioned officers, 73 men. K. Captain Leslie's Troop, officers not named, 69 men. L. Major Steart' s (late) Troop, 1 commissioned officer, 58 men. M. Lieutenant Maxwell's Troop, officers not named, 59 men and 41

    General Index, B, 01 January 1676-31 December 1678

    Richard. Husband, Samuel. Leake, Thomas. Littleton, Edward. Maddox, John. Meyricke, John. Pocock, Richard. Ruddock, Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander. Seawell, Richard. Sharpe, William. Steart, Major John. Walrond, Henry, junr. Walwyn, James. Williams, Major Richard. Witham, John. -, -, And see 756, 1156. -,

    America and West Indies, March 1676, 01 March 1676-31 March 1676

    presented by his Excellency (the Governor) to the Assembly, as follows: 1. St. Peter's. Sir William Yeamans, Bart.; Major John Steart. Returned by Colonel Richard Baily. 2. St. Thomas'. Lieutenant-Colonel James Carter; John Davies. Returned by Honourable Samuel Farmer. 3.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chamberlsin,A.S., yeghyd a'r an gwir Anrhyd. G. Osborne Morgan, ALS,, Syr R. A. Cunliffe, A.S., Mr. Richard Davies, A.S,, Mr. Steart y8 Rende1, A S., Mr. W. Rathbone. A.S., Mr. Morgan d jloyd, A.S., a Mr. John Roberts, A.S., ye Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRIBUNE of. F~eb-l cdmplaind's.hnitecirn fdsrpineerpeb of Lord \Vnlselry's, confused despatch ,.relating to Gess. the Special Correspondects of cur daily contemporaries, Steart ahe billiant sAILYcFs-; and adds: "Among notably by that of the LmNh ON-DAILY CHRONICPE, the press telegrams the nesrt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SyrJ Reed, . ; . A J Williltme,: 1 Syr H. Vivian, a . Henry Robaetson, } eirionydo . di Steart Rendel, Tefaldwy'nh. i Wiliam Davies Cefyrddiyn i ,ew|aissanaethqi ;lMri. Henrr Xlchard a LI, h. 0c g ye GT-Kasnyon, Dinbyfh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cheering,) when ie reluctantly withdrew his Hsume -Allrding to the death of Sir A. Boswell and the trial of Mr. Steart, wdat, asked Mr. Abercrorirly, must have been the feelings of the Learned Lord, while he conducted that trial, npon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H.. Tafrell. F. Kelty, and Mr Citson. Knot (Bsotton), Augnd I-Sir E. Ktnatnobull, J. P. PluGprte, Eoq. Kcot (eitrriV. July24.-. Steart, W. AP. Mracy,. L. Hodges, Sir C. Filmcr. glfalofot, July 24. B. Howe,, Right Hon. C. T. lY~yocon, C. Subscribers-only content

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