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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Spaxton , Charlinch and Postridge c. 1838

    Spaxton SPAXTON The ancient parish of Spaxton comprises scattered hamlets and farmsteads on the eastern side of the Quantocks. The main part of the parish included settlements at Spaxton , Four Forks , Merridge , with Lower Merridge and

    Upton Noble Upton Noble in 1843

    Upton Noble UPTON NOBLE The parish of Upton Noble , 42 also known as Upton Caboche in the 14th century, 43 may derive its prefix from its position on the hill above Batcombe of which it was a chapelry.

    Parishes Chipstable

    Parishes Chipstable CHIPSTABLE The ancient parish of Chipstable lay on the southern slopes of the Brendons 4 km. west of Wiveliscombe . 1 It was in two parts, both treated below. The main part of the parish, roughly rectangular

    Parishes Raddington

    Parishes Raddington RADDINGTON The ancient parish of Raddington lies on the southern edge of the Brendons 6 km. WSW. of Wiveliscombe , its southern boundary forming part of Somerset 's boundary with Devon . 1 Roughly triangular in shape,

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Kedeford , Wm. of, Keene , John, Kelly , Wal., Kelway , Giles , Kemys : Hugh, John (fl. 1431), John (d. 1561), and his s. John, Marg., w. of John, see Russel Rob., Thos., Kempe ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW BOOKS. N:E:W ILLUSTRATED G'FT-BOOK. The FOUNTAIN of YOUTH. Trans- lated from the Danish of Frederin Paludan-Milller, by EUMRERY WILLIAM FREELAND, late M.P. for Chiches- ter. With L'lustrations designed by Walter Allen, en- graved on wood by J. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?aIes hi ?urtton. B P1' ER and mON 5, II ESTATE AND GENERAL AUCTION lids, VALUERS and A1i-BU1{??X1OLO, EuTABtlSdddaD tOoG. AUCTION ROOMS and OFFICER:- hAST-ht&llAl)ss Lli.b-Drs and 12, PIOOADLLLY. BRADFORD. HORSE AND CARThAGE RTrOSnaJtlYt- YOTUI-PLACE LELTsS The York-hire Repteatory, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LO(AL AND GENE(RAL. . - . .- .. I.. . , .. (Coistutned from feke .SiX11 pt5gO.) TuE LATE Mit. NOICNIANSELL.-A tceeting~ Of the Couslicil or the South Yorkshire Mliners' Associa~tion was held ait lBarsisley vesterday, and was attended Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5alcs, 1i) NM 1. ~~IEAS'r.P~~~ASTpADE. LEED5. G0126 'VuRK~a 1iI 1 HOSE AND iOALULUAGEi itrO$I5TOM -atrl tWeio,. YOIIKPLACE (Sear .t.eCnrl tto) MESSRS. 1IEPPEJR and SONS haveathe pleaoeure to announce threetheir itspontory, th onfly one of the kind in Yorlishire apiecirrly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E 8SR ]. 1 rp pBR and. SON S, ~IA SI ASTPAADE god YOI(5 AOL LLDS. G 2li Yorkshire H~oree ,,nf Carrisce Repository, Leeds. Select Mdonthly Siate. Tnestiop hairt Sepstr,lbey Secolrid, at twelve o'clock. QUTEFRIOR EIARNE SS HORSES, WgitE Subscribers-only content

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