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You searched for: Place: "Abbotsbury" "Abbotsbury", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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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

    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

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    his manor of Langton , with tithes of his demesne at Okeford Fitzpaine , at Winterborne Whitchurch , Langton near Abbotsbury , and Corton in Portisham, besides tithes of the demesne at Cheselbourne and Watercombe , the gift of Bardolph

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, June 1692, 21-30, 01 June 1692-30 June 1692

    ) XIII, p. 305. Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Daniell Sclater (waiter and searcher at Christchurch) at Abbotsbury loco Phineas Shoar, deceased. John Stevens as waiter and searcher at Christchurch loco said Sclater. Isaack Dewell as noontender,

    Cecil Papers, April 1598, 16-30, 16 April 1598-30 April 1598

    cannot land, but only small troops to do some spoil on the country at Lyme, Charmouth, Chideock, Bridport, Burton, Berington, Abbotsbury or Wyke. A great army may be landed at Portland East and West bays, Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. Bole

    Statement by the Grocers' Company

    these the most ancient form is the religious or social gild. The statutes of one of them, the Gild of Abbotsbury, drawn up as early as the beginning of the 11th century, actually remain. The object of that gild, according

    Index, A

    327. Abberneth , Alexander, clerk, 805. Abbestone. See Abbotstone. Abbotesbury. See Abbotsbury. Abbotesham. See Abbotsham. Abbotiswike , ? Wick in Lacock [co. Wilts ] , 563. Abbotley. See Abberley. Abbotsbury , Abbotesbury [co. Dorset ] , 740. Abbotsham , Abbotesham Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    brackets means that those titles are not consistently applied in the entries under reference. GENERAL INDEX. A Abbotsbury , Abbottesbury, Dorset, John [Abbotsbury ] , abbot of, 19. Abergavenny , Bergavenne, Burgene, Burgevenny [Monm. ] , 825 (i). -, lordship, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -they- ir- the (reat Wesitcer snsrillany--inr ordelr to icake ulp the dotrcierrcy, S , cciii pa'y or :lor t tile Abbotsbury Conopaniy, as a itbrite; mr S Int ecceedirig S er centt. ip u the propoltion heeloluginro tt thle treat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Place. January 12. 1883. 289 EXTENSION OF THE GREAT WESTERN PAILWAY SYSTEM INTO THIE MINERAL DISTRICT OF ABBOTS- '~BURY. rMEHE ABBOTSBURY RAILWAY COMPANY. .1 Incorporsted by Special Acts of Parliament. Dividends gsaranteed at the rate of S per cent. from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLMO AM~USEMEN~TS. {~PAD THEATERE-To-DAY at 3. To-IGH, t8 ex SAN HAGUE'S WORLD- RE.NOwNEFD MIBSTRELS To.~ l.rogramme of Surprising Esoeilence. To-day at 3- To-i ,ithet a S. SP-trial Novelties. E-AST LYNNE Monday Next. LANDUD-NO PIER AND5 PAWILION.-Rl'IRE s"Is his GRAND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bills, 1143 R. LAMBERT, General Manager, -VXCURSIONS FP>OMI SNOW (ILL STATION, B1I;3MIXGRAA1. DULEN-G JULY.: EVERY SATURDAY. For ERIDPORT. 'WEST BAY, 'ABBOTSBURY. 'WEY- MOVtET. eBOURNI.MOUTH and *MALVERN, by anY Ordi- ,,6ry Trin, to Return by any train on following Sunday, londay, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBOLI A¶TITUTSE &__TS _I HEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM, T w11 RE-OPEN MONDaY NxTr. Auzres 6. with 'THE BELLS OF HASLEMERE,:' hv EE.NRY FETTITT and SIDAEY GRUJBlDY. aith all the tiri~al AdeRPhi Scenery and Effects, and suipported by Messrs. A. d Subscribers-only content

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