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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tintinhull hundred Tintinhull hundred, c. 1840

    therefore owed suit to Tintinhull hundred. 15 The other part of Thorne parish remained within Stone hundred, though by 1841 it was tabulated under Tintinhull . 16 Tintinhull hundred, c. 1840 The hundred was held with Tintinhull manor from the

    Parishes Tintinhull

    Parishes TintinhullTINTINHULL The ancient parish of Tintinhull , 1,828 a. in extent, 1 was formed by two irregularly-shaped areas lying north-west and south-east of the Foss Way , two miles south-west of Ilchester . The Foss formed the boundary

    Parishes Sock Dennis

    a. of land at Chestermead to Tintinhull and the rest to Ilchester for ecclesiastical purposes. The civil parish, with the same boundaries as the ecclesiastical, was retained until 1957, when it was divided between Tintinhull and Ilchester in the same

    List of maps and plans

    plan, 1971 " 131 Somerton , 1806 " 141 Long Sutton , 1814 " 156 Yeovilton , 1838 " 168 Tintinhull Hundred, c . 1840 " 177 Ilchester and Sock Dennis, 1839 " 181 Montacute , 1825 " 211 Stoke

    Hospitals Ilchester

    interference of the Crown, so that in the previous year the bishop had app ointed William de Modiford, rector of Tintinhull , and William de l'Isle, rector of St. Mary Magdalene , Ilchester , to administer the affairs of the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 February 1761, 2 February 1761

    " An Aft for repairing and " widening the Roads from Dyed Way to Somerton, and " from Gawbridge to Tintinhull Fords, and from a Stream " of Water called Ford to Cartgate in Martock, in the County of Somerfet;" Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1761, 3 February 1761

    * An Aft for " repairing and widening the Roads from Dyed Way to " Somerton, and from Gawbr'idge to Tintinhull Fords, " and from a Stream of Water called Ford to Cartgate " in Martock, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1761, 5 February 1761

    Aft for SomertoVy&c. " repairing and widening the Roads from Dyed Way toRo9d ' " Somerton, and from Gawbridg-e to Tintinhull Fords, " and from a Stream of Water called Ford to Cartgate 11 in Martock, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1761, 6 February 1761

    Aß: for re-Road» Bil1* " pairing and widening the Roads from Dyed Way to " Somerton, and from Gawbridge to Tintinhull Fords, u and from a Stream of Water called Ford to Cartgate " in Martock, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1761, 10 February 1761

    Aft for Road, Bill: „ repairing and widening the Roads from Dyed Way to ** Somerton, and from Gawbridge to Tintinhull Fords, and •* from a Stream of Water called Ford to Cartgate in " Martock in the County of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    low, rumbling noise was heard, which lasted for a few seconds, and beds and houses were simultaneously ahaken . At Tintinhull and Stoke-ent-Hamdon the shook was felt, the noise being described as similar to something flying rapidly past the windows. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    banquet on Tuesday evening at Merchant Taylors' Hall, Viscount Arbutllnett, the lay impropriator of the tithcs in the parisli of Tintinhull, Somerset, has returned 10 per cent, to the tithepayers. Dr. Edgar Shephard has resigned his* medical sanoenn- tenidentship at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Martock a low rumbling noise was heard, which lasted for a few seconds, and beds and windows simultaceouSly shook. At Tintinhull and Stoke- sub-aIamdon the shock was felt, the phenomenon at Stoke resembling something flying rapidly past the windows. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in South Somerset. Last week, y while some labourers were excavating a pit of blue lisa aoi the Manor Farm,' Tintinhull, near Yeovil, they came acrossa a trulv' magnificent fossil of the ichthyosaurus. From the snout to the end of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl Fitrwillias. HaU Rev. Hewry Gwen, Vicar of Farsdon, Northumberland; Vicar of Benwell Newcastle. Hyson1 Rev. I. B., Vicar of Tintinhull; Rector of Yeovilton, Somerset. Johnson 1-ight Rev. Henry Frank, LL.B., Bishop-Suffragan of Colchester; Archdeacon of Colehester. Pstron, the Bishop Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward Whitley, 8/10/1794

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Whitley Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 8/10/1794 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Tintinhull// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, DB/D/BS/13 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moss, Charles/Bath & Wells 1774- 1802 Comment

    John Valentine, 21/12/1816

    Surname Valentine Forename John Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/12/1816 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Tintinhull// OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, BD/D/BS/15 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beadon, Richard/Bath & Wells 1802- 1824 Comment

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