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You searched for: Place: "Andersfield" "Andersfield", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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    Durleigh Local government

    Durleigh , a single tithing in Andersfield hundred until the 16th century, had been united by 1640 with Duke Fee or Dukesse tithing, 1 which lay partly in the parish and was recorded in 1569 ; 2 it probably represented Victoria County History

    Andersfield Hundred

    Andersfield Hundred ANDERSFIELD HUNDRED The hundred lies east of the Quantock Hills and takes its name from the hamlet of Andersfield in Goathurst parish. It occupies part of the eastern slopes in a band stretching from the centre of the Victoria County History

    Goathurst Goathurst 1842

    century. Andersfield , in 1990 a straggling settlement of brick bu ngalows divided by a single field from Goathurst village, was in the 1840s a scatter of cottages and a farm along a lane called Andersfield Green . 22 Andersfield Victoria County History

    Goathurst Local government

    was held once or twice a year and was concerned with repairs and strays. 62 There was a pound at Andersfield in 1887 . 63 In the early 17th century the overseers gave relief mainly in cash and clothing. 64 Victoria County History

    Creech St. Michael Local government

    51 and it was recorded as a hundred of itself in the 12th century. 52 By 1538 it was in Andersfield hundred, and by 1569 formed a tithing with Merridge . 53 By 1641 Creech was a tithing by itself Victoria County History

    Lyng Local government

    was described as a free manor, 74 and in 1327 was in Freemanors hundred. 75 It had become part of Andersfield hundred by 1640 . 76 By 1327 the abbey courts dealt with breaches of the assize of bread and Victoria County History

    Cannington Hundred Cannington Hundred c. 1840

    (the rest of the parish being in Andersfield and North Petherton hundreds), Fiddington (including Bonson tithing), Otterhampton , Spaxton parish (including North Street , Pightley , and Tuxwell tithings but excluding Merridge in Andersfield hundred), Stockland Bristol , Stogursey (including Victoria County History

    Goathurst Church

    1811 substantial exchanges were made with the Halswell estate and in 1846 there were 62½ a. of glebe mainly at Andersfield and north of the church. 85 It remained church land in 1978 . 86 In 1603 the rec tor Victoria County History

    Spaxton Local government

    later part of the parish was in Merridge tithing in Andersfield hundred and part in Spaxton tithing in Cannington hundred. 35 During the 17th and 18th centuries it was divided into 10 divisions or tithings for administrative purposes: Ebsley, Fursegate, Victoria County History

    North Petherton Local government

    and Woolmersdon tithings were recorded from the early 15th century. 12 The part of North Petherton village that was in Andersfield hundred in the 1670s 13 probably formed a separate tithing then as in 1841 when it was known as Victoria County History

    Durleigh

    485, 521. S.R.O., tithe award. S.R.S . xliii. 97. Dwelly, Hearth Tax , i. 44-5; for Duke Fee , above, Andersfield hundred. V.C.H. Som . i. 341; Census , 1891, 1911, 1921. S.R.O., tithe award. Ibid. D/R/bw 15/3/9. Census , Victoria County History

    North Petherton Hundred North Petherton Hundred c. 1840

    recognized that Chilton Trinity , which had been linked with West Bower in the 1760s , 30 also extended into Andersfield and Whitley hundreds, 31 the former in respect of Huntstile . By the later 13th century a distinction was Victoria County History

    Creech St. Michael Creech St. Michael 1839 Creech St. Michael village c. 1755

    parish has been disrupted by the canals, railway, and motorway. Creech or Tone Bridge was repaired by the hundred of Andersfield in the 1620s . 81 It was improved in 1830 and enlarged in 1848 . 82 There was a Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Ant., rector of Aisholt , Rog. de, and his w. Gillian, Andalusia ( Spain ) , Anderdon : Edw., John, Andersfield , in Goathurst , green, hund., cts. tithing, Anderson , Chas., rector of Otterhampton , Andrews (or Fry) , Victoria County History

    Abstracts Of The Returns Made By The Overseers of the Poor, In Pursuance Of An Act passed in the Sixteenth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, Intituled, ``An Act for obliging the Overseers of the Po..., 21 May 1776

    and Ha- «m»t Settltrneett, _ P.**. »iu.»_i~,h. '"?•""*» »h,th^Th not relating to Pew. ""i""- ».ll .lew,. the rW. moda.tr. SOMERSET. Andersfield £• '• d _• z. _. £• z. d. £. z. a*. /J. J. -. //aaaVraf Eaaurr 43 13 Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales for the year 1861. Population tables. Vol. I. Numbers and distribution of the people., 1862

    1", ! I Somerset, Eastern Division ', 49905 Western Division 37551 \ 2541 i 1C06 ' Abdick and Bulstone Hundred Andersfield - Bath Forum - Bempstone - Brent with Wrington Hundred Bruton Cannington - Carhampton - Catsash Chew Chewton - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leigh, Portbury, Wellow, Wells Forum, White- stone, Wintersoke, and Witham Friary ; and the western, those of Abdick and Bulstone, Andersfield, Cannington, Carbampton, Crewkerne, North Curry, Houndsborough, Berwick and Coker, Huntspill and Puriton, East Kingsbury, West Kingsbury, Martock, Milverton, North Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY MARCH 12 1789

    - . 5A'±tII SvIsrle 4th, I7*;. Ea Piir betweme Wia. LONSDAL9, All 8clbd der c§om th fiui ptner~lp'illlUbe dlfehargoad by the - raid Wil~aantLonfdil, iobu alI debts owing to the faid part- - igrc to be psai. - '^ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Bath Chronicle, THURSDAY MARCH 19 1789

    the Luttrell's Arms, in Dun- . Carhampton 'JIter, on Monday the 23d day . Williron-Frcemanners ' of'March inftant. o- . Andersfield HuntfpiG and Puriton, At the George inn, in Bridge- Cannington water, bn" Thurfday the ad North.Pethertomn ' day of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Morning Chronicle, MONDAY DECEMBER 27 1784

    Over- Ilowey and Tryron, Qpiontoch, Week, Fi zpaine,. and Windates, the borough and honour of Stoke- cury, ne hundreds *f Andersfield, Williton, and Freemnanor, in Somerfetxfire. Upon read- ing this lui UiX of tidles, the late Mr. Foote ob. ferved, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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