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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROLLE, John (b.1563), of St. Giles, Great Torrington, Devon.

    pleas, purchased estates in Devon at the dissolution of the monasteries, and the senior branch of the family settled at Stevenstone, near Torrington. A junior branch was of Hearton and Petrockstowe. In the absence of any firm evidence it has

    ROLLE, Samuel II (1669-1735), of Hudscott, Devon

    Biography Rolle’s family were distant cousins of the far wealthier Rolles of Stevenstone. His grandfather, Sir Samuel Rolle, had sat for Barnstaple, while further connexions with the borough were provided through his mother’s family. On marriage his wife had a

    ROLLE, John (1626-1706), of Marrais, Week St. Mary, Cornw. and Stevenstone, Devon.

    Week St. Mary, Cornw. and Stevenstone, Devon. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1660 Devon 1661 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Devon 1648, 1652, 1657, Aug. 1660-80, 1689-90, j.p. 1652, 1656-July 1688, Oct. 1688-d., commr. for militia Mar. 1660, col. of militia ft.

    ROLLE, John (1679-1730), of Stevenstone, nr. Barnstaple, Devon.

    (1679-1730), of Stevenstone, nr. Barnstaple, Devon. Constituency Dates Saltash 25 Jan. 1703 81705 Devon 1710 81713 Exeter 1713 61715 Barnstaple 1715 61722 Exeter 1722 61727 Devon 1727 6 May 1730 Biography The Rolles, originally wealthy London merchants, purchased Stevenstone in

    ROLLE, John I (1679-1730), of Stevenstone, Devon

    I (1679-1730), of Stevenstone, Devon Constituency Dates Saltash 25 Jan. 1703 1705 Devon 1710 1713 Exeter 1713 1715 Barnstaple 1715 1722 Exeter 1722 1727 Devon 1727 6 May 1730 Biography Bred for the law as a younger son, Rolle was

  • * Victoria County History *

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    John , and his s. Guy, St. Clare : Rob., fam., St. Giles -in-the-Wood ( Devon ) : Beam , Stevenstone , St. Leger : Anne, see Butler Sir Geo ., Sir Jas ., Sir John , Stafford : Cecily

    Introduction Introduction

    of Marrais (in Week St. Mary , Cornw.). 6 By 1715 7 Sir John 's son John (d. 1730) of Stevenstone (in St. Giles -in-the-Wood, Devon ) was in possession. In 1729 he settled the manor with other estates on


    and Samuel (d. 1729), 16 none of whom had issue. The estate passed to a distant cousin, John Rolle of Stevenstone ( Devon ), who in the same year settled it on his younger sons in succession. 17 John died

  • * British History Online * *

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    majesty's attorney general Sir Benjamin Rawlins knt. Thomas Ripley esq. comptroller of his majesty's board of works Henry Rolle of Stevenstone in Devonshire esq. William Roope of Fuge near Dartmouth esq. George Lockhart of Carnwath esq. James Ross of Portaver

    Index, S,T,U,V,W,Y, 01 January 1719-28 February 1720

    W., representation by, on St. Thomas etc ., 173, 506. Station Brook , 460 i. Stephens , James, 466 i. Stevenstone , Alexander, Agent for Barbados, letter from, 527, 543. Stewart , , Jam., 548. Stokes , Thomas, Dr., deposition

    Index of names and places, R

    1429. commissioner of the Navy, i. 27. commissioner of the West Indies, i. 331, 332. of Brickton, ii. 660. of Stevenstone, i. 1113. Maurice, ii. 464, 660, 1065. of Meeth, ii. 296. Robert, i. 962, 963, 1079, 1080, 1236; ii.

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    Assistant of the Scriveners' Company Stennit , William, named Common Councilman of Boston Stephens . See Stevens. Stephenson . See Stevenstone. Stepney , co. Middlesex Stepney , Robert, merchant Sterne , Robert, military commission to Steuard . See Stewart. Stevens Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, S

    i. 182; ii. 856. Stert . See Sturt. Steuart . See Stewart. Steven , Stevens. See Stephens. Stevenson. See Stephenson. Stevenstone [in St. Giles in the Wood ] , co. Devon, i. 1113. Steventon (Stephington), co. Berks, ii. 259, 260.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. TuRpsKEs.-The insolence of the tnrnpike-gate-k'eepers on some 'of the trusts near town, reflects great discredit upon their employers. It would be difficult, perhapsfto find a more correct. picture of the very worst part of the national character Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D rATlS. On Sunday morning, at his Lordship's seat, Bicton Park, near Honiton, Devonshire, John, Baron Rolle. Baton Rolle, ot Stevenstone, in the county of Deove, Colnel ot the South Devon Militi, and Recorder of Torrhigton, was born on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrm. Jane, Regent-street, Gloucester. ill Johnt, Swan In, Tiverton, len1lsed. Victualler. Hill, Miss Mary Maria.. 1i, Bayahil-terrce, Che1tlteibeno BID Fiolhard Stevenstone, Tonlngtore Devon, dtud groom. Hill, Rfchard, Olifton-lodge, Tamwort, farmer. 11Hll, RIchard, Buckerehl; Rdevon, yeoman. DIl, Samuel, Harostaple, builder. Eall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James-Fletcher, Stoneclough, near M11anches- ter. *"Rattler.'? Age, -21 years.-2nd, exhibitor, Mr. I-enry Gibson, Brolrenlhursf, Lymington, Hauts. 3roeoder, Mr. George Wlluitmore, Stevenstone. "Floiler." Age, 5 years.-Srd, exhibitor, Mr. J. H. Shore, Rugby Club, Oxford. "Viper." Ago, about2years.-4th, exhibitor Sir. Richard Wshitton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. A sum of £5,000. has, it is stated, been sent unoay- mouasly to the Leeds Infirmary. According to a Moscow correspondent, the Russian garrison at Kerki, on the Oxus, near the Afghan frontier, has lately been largely increased. Subscribers-only content

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