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Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 5, Bath and Wells Diocese
Prebendaries North Curry PREBENDARIES OF NORTH CURRY John Goodman B.Cn. L. ?-1547. Occ. c. 1535 ( Valor 1 134). Surrendered preb. to king 21 Nov. 1547; preb. annexed to deanery 7 Jan. 1548 (Dyer 111 293b). Held
Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 7, Bath and Wells
Prebendaries North Curry LIST 49 PREBENDARIES OF NORTH CURRY PREBEND North Curry (Som.): royal manor in 1086 (earl Harold's TRE), church ... by Ælfgeat pr. ( ibid. 91 c). Churches of North...
Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: Volume 8, Bath and Wells Diocese
Prebendaries North Curry PREBENDARIES OF NORTH CURRY Thomas de Beauford 1349-? William de Saxeby 1349. Royal gr. to Beauford 33 ( sic) Apr. ... 9 May 1343 ( CPL. 111 60) and claimed North Curry...
The history of the south-east corner of Somerset, comprising the outliers of Salisbury Plain on the east and part of a clay vale to the west.
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 5, Bledisloe Hundred, St. Briavels Hundred, the Forest of Dean
This volume covers a complex area of west Gloucestershire, with a core of formerly extra-parochial, royal demesne land of the Forest of Dean and a periphery of 14 parishes, including Lydney and Mitcheldean.
Describes the southern part of Bramber rape, the easternmost of the three rapes of West Sussex. It tells the history of 19 parishes lying along the coastal strip and over the South Downs.
A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) Including Horsham
Gives the history of the ten parishes that form the north-western part of Bramber rape, from Sullington in the south to Warnham in the north, lying mostly in the Weald.
A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 3, Bramber Rape (North-Eastern Part) Including Crawley New Town
Gives the history of the eleven parishes that form the north-eastern part of Bramber rape, from Upper Beeding in the south to Ifield in the north, together with that of Crawley new town, founded in 1947.
A History of the County of Shropshire: Volume 10, Munslow Hundred (Part), the Liberty and Borough of Wenlock
Covering the central part of southern Shropshire, including Wenlock, Upper Corve Dale and the Stretton Hills.
This volume tells the story of the town of Leek and the north-east corner of Staffordshire adjoining Cheshire and Derbyshire. Besides the large parish of Leek, it contains Alstonefield, another extensive parish, Horton, and Sheen.