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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Charlinch Education

    EDUCATION. Thomas Stoodleigh was licensed to teach grammar in Charlinch in 1678 . 14 There was no school in 1819 but by 1824 there were 14 children attending day and Sunday school at their parents' expense. 15 In 1835 only

    Parishes Crowcombe

    of Stoodleigh ( Devon ) left £200 by will proved in 1669 for the benefit of the poor of Crowcombe . Land called Tuthill in Bishop's Lydeard was bought in 1673 , the income to be divided between Stoodleigh and

    Parishes Clatworthy

    117 One tenant was to provide carriage on one day a year for tile stones from the Carew quarries to Stoodleigh ( Devon ) and Crowcombe . 118 Manuring and planting clauses occur on a lease of Sedgeborough in 1742

    Index

    Hockworthy ; Holcombe Rogus ; Honiton ; Ilfracombe ; Molland ; Newton Abbot ; Powderham ; Seaton ; Staverton ; Stoodleigh ; Tale; Tallaton; Torrwood; Wembury Dickes , Wm., rector of Elworthy , 72 Dickinson , John, rector of Holford

    Index K-Z

    Stan moor, Stokes : Adrian, Frances, see Grey Stolford , see Stogursey Stonehouse : Sir Jas ., Mary, see Bluet Stoodleigh , Thos., Stoton : Thos., Thomasin, see FitzJames Stour , East (Dors.), Stour Eastover (Dors.) , Stourbridge (Worcs.) ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eieven. Soujth Baerks-Tuesday, Yatherdon; Friday' Theate at a quatrer before eleven. ;P'erton-Monday, Templeton Common; Wednesday, Exe-i bridge, near Dulverton; Saturday, Stoodleigh 1i4se -; NMon-I tlat, 4th, Cruwys Morchard Mill; Thursday, 21, 4awgiqgej ChinTch; at half-psat ten. United Pack-Thursday, at Clunton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ier, So'seO - setohire, ship paister-C. WAED, St. Albansn Hfertfordshuire, green'rOce' -J. POOLE, Darlington, Du~rham, blast furnaces inanjaocr-l.r\ MTAR- LEY, Stoodleigh, Dvonshire, butcher-J. GREENWOOD and W. FIELDING, Kington-upon-Hull, Turkish bath proprietorsm SCOTCH BANKRUPTS.-J. SHtERRY, Edinbuargh, watchinalcer-..I ERSEIN, Dechmont Roadside, LihllitligowNshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Babingley - rector of West Newton. Patron, H.R.H. the AtPrince of *oales. le Rev. A. Hillyard, M.A.; rector of Stoodleigh. W Rev. W. W. Howard, vicar of Blackmore; rector of a, Market Deeping. e, Rev. H. T. Hughes, B.A.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bsq. fewf DANrBL-CABEW.-Inne 2, at St. Peter's Church, Tiverton, T. D. Dran1l, ohiS eldest son of T. Daniel, Esq., of Stoodleigh, Devon, to Misa Carew, dosugh hut ter of the Rev. T. Carew aBt ELTON-DAVIBS.-.-uece 3, at St Nicholno, Wade, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V a daughter. CREWE.-Aug. 20, at Breadsalt Reotory, Mrs. H. R. Crewe, of a son, DANIEL.-Aug. 20, at Stoodleigh, near Tiverton, the wife of T. D. Daniel, Esq., of a daughter. DANIEL.-Aug. 21, at Worceoster, Mre. H. M. Daniel, of Subscribers-only content

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