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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARSCOTT, Arthur (1683-1762), of Tetcott, Devon.

    (1683-1762), of Tetcott, Devon. Constituency Dates Tiverton 1722 1747 Biography Arscott was returned on the interest of his brother-in-law, Sir William Yonge.[footnote] Whenever he voted he supported the Administration, but he was absent from the divisions on the excise bill

    ARSCOTT, John (c.1718-88), of Tetcott, Devon.

    (c.1718-88), of Tetcott, Devon. Constituency Dates Ashburton 1741 1754 Ofifces Held Commissary gen. of the newly raised marines 1739-?48. Biography Returned on the interest of John Harris, John Arscott voted with the Administration. In December 1743 he became trustee for

    ARSCOTT, John (by 1517-58), of Tetcott, Devon.

    (by 1517-58), of Tetcott, Devon. Constituency Dates Huntingdon 1547 Ofifces Held Officer, ct. augmentations by 1538; surveyor, ct. augmentations woods beyond Trent 2 Jan. 1547-54, duchy of Lancaster, northern parts 25 Feb. 1548-d., duchy of Cornwall 21 July 1551-2; commr.

    ORCHARD, Paul (1739-1812), of Hartland, Devon

    Dates Callington 1784 1806 Biography John Arscott, of Tetcott, North Devon, wrote in his hunting book on 13 Oct. 1774:[footnote] ‘Took the field this day ... the hounds set off ... they had the honour to be passed in review

    GIBBES, William I (d.1570), of Venton and Rewe, Devon.

    The manors of Manworthy and Bateford went to two merchants of Exeter, and Gidecot was sold to the Arscotts of Tetcott. He died intestate on 8 Dec. 1570, administration being granted 9 Nov. 1580 on behalf of William Wotton or

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would staned if ealled npon. Tle following is an extract from his reply:- "Dea- Bir,..4 am now enabled ~ ~ Tetcott, Launceston, Nov. 28. Dear Shrl amn now enabletd to answer your letter, and to inform you that I shall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by 70l0,OUO persons, for the release of persons confined for political offences. On Friday an alarming fire broke out at Tetcott, near Holsworthy, in the cottage of Sir William Molesworth, Bart., M.P. This beautiful building was erected a few years Subscribers-only content

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    tbity shillings. - The loss sustained by Sir William Afolesworth by the 4astruetion by ire of his bepautiful seat at Tetcott, is pstimated at nearly 12,0001. - Previous' to the opening of the Great Western railway between 30 and 40 Subscribers-only content

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    Court, on Thsuday, Florence is Podgers, a young woman, living at Grove House, Tetcott n Road, Chelsea, was summnoned before -Mr. d7Eyncourt by a e young man named Walter Barge0s for detaining articles .d he had given her with a Subscribers-only content

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    the intermediate stations will be proportionably low. DESTRUCTION By FIRE or TETCOTT, THE SPORT. ING VILLA or SIR W. IOLESWORTu, BT.-On Friday last an alarming fire broke out at Tetcott, near Hlolsworthy, in the cottage of Sir William Molesworth, Bart. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Averye, 0/0/1561

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Averye Forename Richard Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Rector Location Tetcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Alley, William/Exeter 1560- 1570 Comment No graduateM:R:LP:Preaches: nPl: n

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