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You searched for: Place: "Awliscombe" "Awliscombe", Source type: Parliamentary, Parliamentary

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOSOM, Richard (d.c.1417), of Exeter, Devon.

    He is last recorded in 1417 when, with his third wife, he sold property further away still in Poltimore, Farway, Awliscombe and ‘Whitelegh’, having already placed his Exeter holdings in the keeping of trustees, who included the then chief justice,

    CHALONS, Sir Robert (d.1445), of Challonsleigh in Plympton, Devon.

    He had inherited from his father small properties in Devon including Challonsleigh in Plympton and the manors of Buckerell and Awliscombe, but these were worth in all, according to estimates made at his death, little more than £5 a year.


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