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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Raddington

    1583 . 20 There was probably no nucleated village in the parish. Chubworthy, recorded in the mid 11th century, 21 Upcott ( 1198 ), 22 Batscombe ( 1408 ), and Nutwell ( 1409 ) 23 indicate scattered medieval settlement, and

    Parishes Bicknoller

    into three cottages by 1888 . 71 Upcott and Chapmanscombe were consolidated freeholds south-west of Thorncombe , measuring 65 a. and 35 a. respectively. A small freehold at Culverhayes to the south-west of Upcott was part of the manor of


    Ulgar (fl. 1066), 184 Ulwold (fl. 1066), 182 Underhay , John, 46 Upcott , Wm., and his w. Scolace, 138 Upcott , in Bicknoller , q.v . Upcott , in Raddington , q v Upton , Jas., rector of Monksilver

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTENAY, James (1522/23-92), of Upcott, Devon.

    (1522/23-92), of Upcott, Devon. Constituency Dates Devon Nov. 1554 Dartmouth 1555 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon 1554; sheriff 1554-5. Biography James Courtenay was a nephew of Sir William Courtenay I of Powderham and a cousin of Sir William Courtenay II, with

    RADFORD, Nicholas (d.1455), of Poughill and Upcott Barton, Devon.

    of Poughill and Upcott Barton, Devon. Constituency Dates Lyme Regis May 1421 Devon 1435 Ofifces Held Jt. steward of the estates of Thomas, earl of Devon, 16 Feb. 1423-c.1435. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Devon May 1424, July 1438 (estates

    CORK, John, of Paderda in Menheniot, Cornw.

    not be brought to trial locally. Meanwhile Cork had also quarrelled with Thomas Carminowe and his associates Nicholas Radford* of Upcott and John Palmer III* of Launceston. In the Hilary term of 1432, he had brought an action in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F.S.A., and of St Paul's Cathedrsal, and.Priest A.R.A. in Oedinsry to her Majesty. G e Godwin, Eoq., F.R.S. and Williamn Upcott, Esq. I .eA Robert~eselte, Enq. R IA. ;Zaftseer, Esq., A. R.A. Beo. Bod obbllsq.F.RS.I Lewis Pecuck, Esq., .S.A. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W., Market Square, Newent. c299 (IOCERS.-Wanted, Situationl, in good businms house; nine 7d GU years oxporience; abstainer. - A. fainwaring, Upcott,. aErdisloy, Herefordshire. c289 Y' ROCERS and Provioion Merchante,-Yosung SIan, experienced in; y. both branciese, Iequires Situation in fIrst-elass House. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. W., Malrket 8qua~re, Nowent. a29D CR IOCERS.-Wanted, Situcations, in good beccinees9 hcouse:cee( W ar peoeorieneo; abstalner. - A. ilMainwaring, Upcott, i - Enrdleey, lerefordshire. c289 -. _ aI BOCERS aled ProvsetiolMereiants.- -Youcig Miai, experienced iic _ X leoti branchles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ]sa Rodrferences.-Adda-aas. W. 61, Daily Pont. c717 or (' tCERIS,-W~anted, Situastion, nieyas'eprece, well-n pr I ~~X at both counters-A. Miasuw~~~~~~aring, Upcott, Hardisley, Here-( y fordlshire, c967 RIOUERtS, &c.-Wauted, Situation as Counterman, Branch G'.R Manager, or any Doltce of trust; mnarried; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and N. V. Raillway Co. .Blonkinsop. Ea. and A. Teenont... Cox soa another v. Boulton.Wsrelana tco. jiltgilts ............. ltaveahill v. Upcott ........ Woodcock. Ti'mbrstins &C'irtweightCrutchley v. Ceapperia others.Wlkiason. 'fi'Aue:1tO;USE3 V. HUAnDY.-This was an action brought by the indersee of at Subscribers-only content

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