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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAYHEW, John II, of Wareham, Dorset.

    of Thomas Leycer of Studland, sold her messuage, shop and land in Wareham, was referred to as ‘lately of Whitclif’. John Mayhew alias Parentild, clerk (d.1459/60), who held property in Wareham and land nearby at Stoborough, was this John’s son.[footnote]

    BYLE, Richard, of Wareham, Dorset.

    in 1412 he was associated with Robert Craford* in a settlement of a dispute over the manor of 'Byestwall' and Stoborough, by which John Cheverell* was to be a beneficiary; and in 1417 he acted for Craford in a conveyance

    CHEVERELL, John, of Chilfrome, Chantmarle and Upper Sturthill, Dorset.

    at the assizes for Walter Chantmarle and his cousin, Henry Smedmore, in a dispute over the manor of 'Byestwall' and Stoborough which had once belonged to their great-grandfather Sir William Estoke. In 1412 this manor was settled on John Harris*,

    CRAFORD, Robert, of Wareham, Dorset.

    1411 Craford was involved in the dispute between the heirs of the Estoke estates over the manor of ‘Byestwall’ and Stoborough, which was eventually settled to the benefit of John Cheverell, who had been Craford’s fellow Member for Wareham in

    PERLE, John I (d.1402), of Dorchester, Dorset.

    PERLE, John I (d.1402), of Dorchester, Dorset. Constituency Dates Dorchester Feb 1388 Dorset 1394 Ofifces Held Escheator, Som. and Dorset 24 Nov. 1394-18 Nov. 1395, Dorset 24 Nov. 1400-8 Nov. 1401. Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset 12 Nov. 1397-Sept. 1399,

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1661, 1-15, 01 February 1661-28 February 1661

    Cales and South Haven, and within other parishes, hamlets or places in the said county, viz., Parkstone, Stokeford, Tottenham, Wareham, Stoborough and Arne Slape, amounting to 8,026 acres and the several islands detailed, lying within the said bounds, of all

    Index, S, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Robert, 41, 208. Stirk , Major John, 400. Stixwould priory (co. Lincoln), 212, 249. Stoakley , Edmond, 563. Stoborough (co. Dorset), 206. Stoborough (co. Dorset), 206. Stockdale (Stockdaill), Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Yorks, 292, 301, 633, 705. Stockden , a

    Index, S, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    See Clifton, A. Stobill , John, 2049. Stobo (Scobo), in Scotland, rectory and vicarage of, 539: pp. 1521 2, 1524. Stoborough (Stoweborowe) in Purbeck, Dors., 438 (1 m. 3). Stock (Stokke), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 23). Stockall (Stokhawll, Stokhale, Stokhole),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deceased Wm. Hall, another man, and a woman; a horse was before them; they were going on the road from Stoborough to Corfe Castle; Hall cried out to the witness and her husband to stop the horse; her husband did Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a shaft. On Monday morning last a man named Charles 'Woolffies, of ChurchliKnowle; and a lad named Birtlett, of Stoborough, descended a clay mine belonging to Messrs. W~hiteway and Co., mjear Ware- harn, and after they had been down Subscribers-only content

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    large Gladstonian meeting was held at Poole, the principal speaker being Mr. George Lambert. The Home Rule van was at Stoborough, and four other meetings wrere held on behalf of Ir. GOlyn. heveitl clergvmen who had promonised to vote for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Creech Bottom, were they founed else two sides of mutton, which corresponded with those found in the brother's house at Stoborough, together with pieces of timber and other articles. Some wheat was leso tound, and in both honses joints of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crofton Marsh, in ,Southampton; Hasgill Fell, York; Bovey Tracey, in Devon ; Foite, in Essex ; Arley, in 'Warwick ; Stoborough Heat,in Dorset ; Bitten (including Ilanbamn Common), in LGloucester; Glaseonby, in Cumberland ; Benwiok, in Cum- .berland; Marlingford Common, Subscribers-only content

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