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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clatworthy

    . 90 a. passed through the families of Escott and Leigh , and c . 1828 to the Revd. Thomas Tudball (d. 1864). 120 The second freehold, totalling over 350 a., included Rowes, Whites and Ways Down Glasses, and Gardeners,


    Mervyn, Ld. Audley , earl of Castlehaven , 92, 193-4, 196 fam., 92, 105-6 Tucker : John, 64 Ric., 179 Tudball , Revd. Thos., 36 tumbrel , 49 Turgis (fl. 1086), 20, 181 Turner , John, vicar of Stogumber ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    mm. 5, 34), 438 (4 mm. 17, 18, 23), 1803 (1 m. 4), 1803 (2 m. 2): g. 546 (56). Tudball (Tudbull, Tutbald, Tydboll, Totbold), Wm., purser, 1803 (2 m. 5), 2304 (5), 2305 ii. bis , iii., 3148, 3513.

    Henry VIII, August 1514, 1-15, 01 August 1514-31 August 1514

    Hart, Barbara , 125 m.; John Rede, Lesse Barke , 160 m.; John Frende, Anne Galant , 133 m.; Wm. Tudball, Lezard , 80 m.; Ric. Gouzght, Jenett Perwyn , 60 m.; Wm. Kent, Swepestake , 60 m.; Th. Saward,

    Chantry Certificate, 1548, City of London

    2. Richard Smythe STP (E 101). Doctor of Divinity in BC. Six fellows are named in BC: Richard Pitte, Thomas Tudball, Richard Tailor, Christopher Nelson, Richard Fawconer and William Wheteley; and 4 choristers: William Gowghe, Henry Bridde, Francis Welber and

    Index of person and places

    John, 212 Trompington , Thomas, 52 Trygges , John, xxii bis Tryston , John, 41 Trystor , William, 5, 23b Tudball , Thomas, priest, 96n Turbervyle , Davy, 88 Turgold , John, 19 Turk Master, 24 Walter, 19 bis and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Iev. Q. W. Reynolds, St. Jamees, Wednesbury. Rev. W. It. Ridge, 1Woillbourxte. Rev. C. F. Thorp, Ienth. 1ev. A. W. Tudball, B.A., Hanley. 1Rev. G. W. H. Wanklyn, Hope. I LETrvRs DIJIISSORY. Deacod-From the Dishop of Rangoon: A. S. Pendleton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received dln-tng the month of May, were announced:-New Sulbscriptioas: Workpecple of Messrs. Gold and Cn., £6. 6a; lies. A. W. Tudball, es. is.: The Salt Union (rimited), £3. Ss.: Workpeople of the Gatling Gun, L3. 3s; Workrpeople of Messrs. Taunton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frank Duerden, B.A., Trinity College, Cant., St, Peter's, WVest Brom vich. Pyemont, Temple Chlcvallier Pyemnont, Gloucester Col- lege, Suttoe cem-Ducklantq, Tudball, Arthur William, B.A., Enhmmauel College, Cant., Hanley. Warner, John, Lichfield Theological College, Brereton. The Bishop afterwards licensed the newly-ordained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Titterton, farmer, Natber Lace Farm, 478; Williaml Mann, licensed victua.ller, Burntwood, 452; Patriek Kilgarritf. innkeeper, Chasetown, 364,; Rev. Arthur William Tudball, Chase- town, 350; George Walter Fox. publican, Chasetown, 333; Arthur Sopwith, civil and mining engineer, Chasetown, 325; Charles Ashmall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Jeffcock, E. W. L. WYard, J. W9arner, R. ,T. Glenn, R. W. Morbey, J. M. J. Fletcher, A. W. Tudball, WV. H. Smith, G. Herbert, C. D. Griffin, J. W. Worster, A. Archer, .J. Wilkinson, E. Sampson, C. P. Subscribers-only content

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