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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Nursling

    John Wells (co. Oxon .), Joan wife of Thomas Dormer of Nursling , and Alice wife of Walter Coker of Stourpaine (co. Dorset ), 56 who did not submit to the loss of their inheritance without a struggle. In 1492

    Fugglestone St Peter

    The land was then worth £200. 252 Another gift has benefited the whole parish: in 1906 Robert Rawley Watts left Stourpaine Cottage at Bemerton to the use of his sister Anne, and then to augment the rector's stipend. From c

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORTON, Edward (1654-1702), of Ashe, Stourpaine, Dorset.

    (1654-1702), of Ashe, Stourpaine, Dorset. Constituency Dates Westbury 26 Nov. 1680 Ofifces Held Capt. Ld. Mordaunt’s ft. Nov. 1688; maj. of marines 1691-9. Biography Norton’s ancestors were originally Bristol merchants, two of whom represented the town in the late 14th

    THORNHILL, William (by 1500-57), of Thornhill in Stalbridge, Dorset.

    son Robert’s children, should there be any. To his wife and executrix he bequeathed a lease of the parsonage of Stourpaine and all cattle and sheep on his manor of Charnhull. His best horse he gave to Sir William Paget.

    HUSSEY, Thomas II (d.1468), of Shapwick, Dorset.

    heiress who brought him the former Champayn estates in the same part of south-east Dorset: namely, the manors of Shapwick, Stourpaine, Winterbourne Tomson, Pegges, Morescourt in Sturminster Marshall, and Charlton in Spetisbury, together with property in Poole, as well as

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, April 1685, 6-10, 06 April 1685-10 April 1685

    acres of land, 150 acres of pasture and 20 acres of wood at Ash in the parish of Stower Paine [Stourpaine ] , co. Dorset, called Lazerden Farm, of the value of 70 l. per an . It may be

    Index, S

    (vii). Stotfold , Beds, 181, 321. Stoughton , Gilbert, 712, 766. Stoughton (Beds). See Staughton. Stourmystre Marchall. See Sturminster Marshall. Stourpaine , Stourepayn, Dorset, 323. Stourton , Storton, Edward, esq., of Stourton Caundle, 691. -, Reynold, kt., 293. -, William, Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    the West, 418. -, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881. -, seaman employed on the mole, Tangier, 1642. Ash (Stourpaine, co. Dorset), 113. - (co. Surrey), lands called Noose, Loose and Whitmores, 1015. Ashall , Roger, chaplain, Buriton, co.

    Index, S

    Leeward Isles , 61. Stormes , Eliz., wife of Richard, 1510. -, Richard, tenant, Ellingham, 1510. Stourbridge (co. Worcester), 653. Stourpaine (co. Dorset), 113. Stourton , Tho., Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710. Stoving , William, postmaster, Hastings, 1676. Stow ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Bournemouth on Thursday. A man named John Bird, of London, who was on a visit to his brother-in-law at Stourpaine, Dorset, 'went for a day's visit to Bournemoneb, and during the afternoon went for a bath in the sea. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blandford on to aie the charge of attempting to poison her mastier and Of mistress, Mr. and Mrs. Norton, at Stourpaine. The a ted allegation is that the prizoner placed Strychnine in the to; el.Imilk used for breakfast. Dld isittb%, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at *Blandford on1 o. the chlarge of attempting to poison liar waster and n mistress, Mr. and Mts. Norton, at Stourpaine. Tihe t~allegation is that the priconer pae tyhiei h oh milk need for breakfast, Atm Patricks Olliver, a Private Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blandford, Dorset- shire, yesterday, a domestic servant named Frampton was charged with attemnpting t6 poison her master, Mr. Norton, of Stourpaine. The prosecutor was taken very ill after drinking some tea, and ai doctor found him suffering from the effects Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    concessions, amounting iit most cases to an addition of Ss per week, the others to 2s. In the districts round Stourpaine and Troyford, the employers still resist any increase, and the labourers threaten to strike. In Tavistoek (De-von), effirts are Subscribers-only content

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