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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Abbotsbury

    abbey of Abbotsbury HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE MONKS 1. THE ABBEY OF ABBOTSBURY Coker states in his Survey of the Countie of Dorset , quoting the register of the monastery, unfortunately destroyed with the mansion-house of the Strangeways at Abbotsbury in

    Religious houses Introduction

    existed in the county prior to the Norman Conquest ; of these the great houses of Sherborne , Shaftesbury , Abbotsbury , Cerne , and Milton continued after that epoch to rank as Benedictine abbeys; the two abbeys of Cranborne

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Milton

    rendered in 1213 , 16 and on July of that year John intimated to the custodians of the abbeys of Abbotsbury , Sherborne , and Milton that he was sending down a number of sick horses to be placed in

    Colleges St Edmund , Salisbury

    granted it the patronage of the church of Compton Chamberlayne . 18 The gift to the Abbot and Convent of Abbotsbury (Dors.) in 1351 of the advowson of the church of Winterbourne St. Martin (Dors.) on condition that they founded

    Houses of Benedictine monks Gloucester College , Oxford

    's, Canterbury , four, Chertsey one, Coventry one, Whitby one, Burton one, and Tavistock one; Chester , Muchelney , Hide, Abbotsbury and Westminster are also mentioned, but the numbers are not given; 11 also we know that Worcester sent two

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRANGWAYS, Sir Giles I (1486-1546), of Melbury Sampford, Dorset.

    in Dorset were to be further increased by a grant in 1543 of the dissolved abbey of Abbotsbury and the manors of Abbotsbury and East Elworth, for which Strangways paid nearly £2,000.[footnote]Described in this grant as the King’s servant, Strangways

    BLOUNT, Peter (d.c.1405), of Dorchester, Dorset.

    Sir Humphrey Stafford I*, who applied for a royal licence to make grants in mortmain to the Benedictine abbey of Abbotsbury, but he died before the formalities were completed. His will, dated 29 Aug. 1404 and exhibited in the town

    DRAPER, Gilbert (d.1417), of Bridport, Dorset.

    in Dorchester, Melcombe and Bridport, of which Draper’s contribution was to be a burgage in Bridport, to the Benedictines of Abbotsbury. The request, however, was apparently refused. In 1412 Draper appeared on a local jury giving evidence for the collection

    HEBBS, Thomas (by 1534-85/94), ?of Corton in Portisham, Dorset and Salisbury, Wilts.

    to ensure his election by the borough without the backing of a more powerful man. Not far from Corton is Abbotsbury whose lord, Sir Giles Strangways II, was senior knight for Dorset in 1555: Hebbs’s fellow-Member John Buller I was

    STRANGWAYS, Sir Giles (1528-62), of Melbury Sampford, Dorset.

    goods, Dorset 1553, j.p. from 1554. Biography Strangways owned extensive estates in Dorset, including the site of the monastery of Abbotsbury. Through his wife his heirs acquired rights to considerable property in Somerset, which he himself did not live to

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