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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and other plans

    in 1843 60 Yarlington in 1838 64 Horethorne Hundred c . 1840 73 Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 75 Templecombe station in 1901 . From O.S. Map 1/2,500, Som. LXXV .16 ( 1903 edn., survey 1901) 76 Charlton Horethorne

    Houses of Knights Templars Preceptory of Great Wilbraham

    the chapel at Foulbridge . 11 William Raven had been received by William de la More, the arrested master, at Templecombe , together with a knight of the Order, since dead; although about 100 seculars were present there were only

    Abbas and Temple Combe Abbas and Temple Combe in 1838 Abbas and Temple Combe

    . 34, 36, 41, 43, 177, 182; Templecombe Sta. Working Grp. Templecombe , 1860-1985 , 4. Atthill, Som. and Dors. Rly . 182; below, econ. hist. Atthill, Som. and Dors. Rly . 182; Templecombe , 1860- 1985 , 4, 7-11.

    House of Knights Hospitallers Preceptory of Baddesley or Godsfield

    from it for sale, but it was reserved for repairing the houses of the preceptory, and of the bailiwicks of Templecombe , Ansty , and other places of the Templars that were in decay. At Rownham there was a messuage

    Introduction

    evidence their house is here treated as a hospital. The military order of the Knights Templars had a preceptory at Templecombe , which passed on the dissolution of the Templars to the Hospitallers, who had also a commandery or preceptory

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, October 1609, 01 October 1609-31 October 1609

    1609, October 4. Bond signed by Charles Brooke, of Templecombe, co. Somerset, in which he undertakes to discharge a debt of 30 to Thomas Finet, of London, "within ffortie daies next after the first and next retorne of the saide

    Henry VIII, May 1532, 1-15, 01 May 1532-31 May 1532

    Wm. Weston, Prior of St. John's, to Sir Giles Russell, Commander of Badisforde and Dyngley. Sir Edmond Hussey, commander of Templecombe, has arrived here with a bull, under lead, from the Council, ordering the payment of our responsions for 1532,

    Henry VIII, June 1542, 26-30, 01 June 1542-30 June 1542

    . 34 Hen. VIII., p . 1, m . 26. (ii.) The manor or late preceptory of Templecombe with its possessions in Templecombe and Abbessecombe, Soms. ( see Grant 39 59), to Ric. Duke, of London. Westm., 19 June. Ibid.

    Index, T

    Sir Alexander, of Newlands, St. Mary's Hoo, co. Kent 208 Temple , Sir James 256 Temple Church , London 142 Templecombe , co. Somerset letter dated from, 75 177 Tennis played in Somerset Yard, 216 Terrington , co. Norfolk rectory

    Index, B

    to Earl of Salisbury, 207 Bromtingham. See Brantingham Brook , Charles, of Templecombe, co. Somerset 169, 313 letter to Earl of Salisbury, 211 Brooke , Duke, of Templecombe, co. Somerset 313 Brooke , Henry, 8th Lord Cobham, former Warden of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    araeth fawr yr wythnos, ac yn wir y misoedd diweddaf, oedd yr un a draddododd Mr. Morley ddydd Sadwrn, yn Templecombe, yn Sommersetsisire, i dyrfa a -ystyriai y I fwyaf o lawer o ddim a welbodd. yn ydain fTwr erioed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrangements with the London and South-Western Company, traffic will be interchanged with that company's railway at the existing Junctiona at Templecombe and Wimborne. This Line completes the communica'ion, on unbroken narrow gaune between the Northern, North-Western, and Midland Counties, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAvEt Abbey Street, Bermondsey, and 7 Claphnm Junction, Surrey, also Templecombe, Sounersetehlre, 7 dairynman. 5 Tlo2MAs SS{IT22, 14, Nottingham Street, Bethnal Green, Middle. 5 aex, grocer and cheosemonger. ALLEN GoaToN, White Horse Road, Croydon, grocer and cheesemncnger. HENnrETA LOUISA PBICE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forest Lodge, Forest Road, Moseley, against Francis John Pouro ]iailward, living at lSt, Martin's Hotel, Jamaica Row, Birmingham, and of Templecombe, near Bristol, gentleman, to recover :36. Is. 8d., balance of account for board and lodging for defendant and his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the defendant, who was not present.-Slr. Lowe stated that the defendant was a man of means, and came from Templecombe, near Bath. The claim was for balance of sclary, board and lodgings, and for a month's salary in lieu Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPRINT, Gregory, of Templecombe, Som. and Colaton Raleigh, Devon.

    Gregory, of Templecombe, Som. and Colaton Raleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 1586 Bridport 1589 Ofifces Held Treasurer for maimed soldiers, Devon (with Warwick Hele) by 1600. Biography Sprint’s mother married four times. Richard Duke, her third husband, who had done

    DUKE, Richard (by 1515-72), of London and Otterton, Devon.

    Colchester. He further increased his land holding in the west country in the 1540s, buying in 1542 the manor of Templecombe, Somerset, in 1544 the island of Brownsea, Dorset, in 1546 the manors of Weston, Dorset and (with his brother

 

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