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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POLLEXFEN, John (c.1638-1715), of Walbrook House, London and Wembury, Devon.

    Walbrook House, London and Wembury, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle Oct. 1679 Plympton Erle 1681 Plympton Erle 1689 Plympton Erle 26 Apr. 1690 Ofifces Held Gent. of privy chamber 1678-85, 1690-1702; commr. for preventing export of wool 1689-92; ld. of

    CALMADY, Josias I (1619-83), of Langdon, Wembury, Devon.

    In his will, dated 7 Mar. 1683, his gift to the curate of Wembury was conditional upon his being ‘a conformable man to the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England’. He was buried at Wembury nine days later.[footnote]

    HELE, Warwick (c.1568-1626), of Wembury, Devon.

    (c.1568-1626), of Wembury, Devon. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1597 Plympton Erle 1604 Plympton Erle 1614 Plympton Erle 1621 Plympton Erle 1625 Ofifces Held Treasurer for maimed soldiers, Devon (with Gregory Sprint) by 1600; j.p. Devon from c.1601, sheriff 1618-19. Biography Hele,

    HOOPER, Richard (by 1514-72 or later), of Plymouth, Devon.

    had settled in Plymouth by 1535 when he is mentioned as the bailiff of the priory of Plympton’s manor at Wembury. At the Dissolution he leased two rectories formerly held by the priory. During the 1540s he emerged as one

    HELE, John I (c.1542-1608), of Wembury, nr. Plympton, Devon.

    his age, and died on 4 June of that year, being buried at Wembury church. His will was proved 1 Oct. 1608. His manor house at Wembury was worth over £20,000, and he had also a house at Kew, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 15 April 1662, 15 April 1662-15 April 1662

    Crofts's Possessions in Wembury, Plymton, & c. The House was this Day informed, "That the Lord Crofts , a Peer of this Realm, and Member of Parliament, hath the Possession of his Manors and Lands, called Wembury, Plymton, Yampton ,

    Charles I - volume 167, May 21-31, 1630, 21 May 1630-31 May 1630

    accordingly. Whitehall , 1630, May 25. May 25. 18. Petition of John Prynne to the same. Thomas Adams, late of Wembury, co. Devon, provoked petitioner's son, Thomas Prynne, and assaulted him so that a conflict arising Adams was slain. The Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    to Ac worth , John, statement of Adams , boatswain Francis Thomas, deputy ranger to Sir Robt. Harley Thomas, of Wembury verdict on death of William, certificate of Addisse , Ellery Adisham , co. Kent, document dated from Admirals , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    petition against him and Capt. Thorneff Franck, cause between reference of petition to William Welshpool , co. Montgomery, sessions at Wembury , co. Devon parishioners of, and others, certificate of Wemys , Dr., King's chaplain, grant to Wemyss , James Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    of, petition of letter dated from co. Somerset, letter dated from Wells , Sam. Capt. Welsh butter Welsh , Capt. Wembury , co. Devon Wenford hundred , co. Devon Wentworth , Thomas, Earl of Cleveland Thomas, Lord Wentworth William, Earl Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Huish Champflower

    ) Poyntz of Iron Acton (Glos.). 83 Poyntz sold Huish in 1603 to Warwick (later Sir Warwick ) Hele of Wembury ( Devon ). 84 Sir Warwick died in 1626 leaving as heir a nephew John (later Sir John )


    Honiton ; Ilfracombe ; Molland ; Newton Abbot ; Powderham ; Seaton ; Staverton ; Stoodleigh ; Tale; Tallaton; Torrwood; Wembury Dickes , Wm., rector of Elworthy , 72 Dickinson , John, rector of Holford , 5 Dinton ( Wilts

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1827, 1 March 1827

    reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parishes of Brixton, Wembury, and Plympstock, in the County of Devon, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships, " That the present Corn Laws " may remain in force until the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Clisthydon, 20.— Lord Mayor, &c. of Dublin, 28.— Harwich, 35.— West Peckham, 68. — Llanbedr Duffryn Clwyd; Plympton Maurice; and Wembury, 72. — Brans- combe, 76. — Trottescliffe ; and Hadlow, 77. — Loose, near Maidstone ; Sevenoaks ; East Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1833, 23 April 1833

    rising to the Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Wembury > " Condition which God designed her to occupy, remains Inhabitants of the Parish of Wembury, in the County of " in a State bordering on that Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Exeter, 183.— Ladies of Hatherleigh; Ballymena; Halstead; Stanstead, &c; Cla- vering; Leadenham ; Southport; Hayton; Broughton Gif- ford; Abbots Bromley; Wembury; Southend and Prittle- well; and Felsted, 184. — Dumfries; Thames Ditton ; Ton- « bridge Wells; Walpole ; Hasleworth Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1834, 12 June 1834

    Beer: and Beer, Devon, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members and Wembury: Friends of the Church of England in the Parish of Wem¬ bury, in the County of Devon, whose Names Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord and Lady Chichester. At Bryanston sqiare, Signor Giovanni Tassinari, of Tuscany, to Maria, daughter of Sir Edward Thornton, of Wembury, Devon. DEATHS. On Monday morning, at Longford Hall, Derbyshire, where she had repaired for her accouchement, Anne Amelia, Dowager Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and limestone, with earthworks twenty-eight feet thick. In continuation of these forts it is also proposed to erect another at Wembury, but this latter is not included in the works at present to be undertaken. THE ARTILLERY rolR CHINA.-The two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the part of the police. The fol- lowing witnesses were called:- Elizabeth, wife of John Lloyd, ball furnaceoman, Dale Street, Wembury. She identifie 'the deceased ag the wife of her husband's brother, William, to whom the deceased had been married Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIGH SEAS. THE INQUEST. At Wembury, near Plymouth, yesterday morning, the Coroner resumed the enquiry into the circumstances attending the death of Captain Charles Armstrong, of the barque Wellington. The report that no traces of liquor had been found in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gale was blowing, accompanied by very heavy seas, so that the Government tug ?tna proceeded to tow the lifeboat to Wembury Bay, about twelve miles distant. When just outside Plvmouth break- water the towing bollard of the lifeboat broke, and Subscribers-only content

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