Searching for "SOUTH HUISH"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    ALLINGTON, or Alvington (West) Devon South Huish, and South Milton, in the diocese of Exeter. Value, £888. Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury Imperial
    BATH and WELLS Somerset South Petherton, and Swell; and the p. curacies of Barrington, Broadway, Tatworth, Chillington, Crewkerne, Cudworth, Courland, Dinnington, Hambridge, Kingstone, Knowle, Lopen, and Seavington-St. Mary. The deanery of Dunster contains the rectories of Brompton-Ralph, Brushford, Chipstable, Clatworthy, Elworthy, Exford, Exton, Hawkridge, Huish Imperial
    BURNHAM Somerset South Wales. There is a large monthly market. Two mineral springs, severally saline and sulphurous, are close to the beach; and the two lights, for guiding vessels into the river Parret, 91 and 23 feet high, 1,500 feet asunder, the higher one intermitting, the lower one fixed, are in the neighbourhood. The parish includes also the tything of Huish Imperial
    CHURCHSTOW Devon Huish, Kingsbridge, and Dodbrooke, £12,586. Pop., 376. Houses, 53. The property is subdivided. The manor belongs to P. S. Lowe, Esq. Leigh, an ancient mansion, now used as a farm-house, belonged to the Hayes, the Oldhams, and the Bickfords. The living is a vicarage, united with Kingsbridge, in the diocese of Exeter. Value, £200.* Patron, the Lord Chancellor. The church is ancient; consists of nave, chancel, north transept, and south Imperial
    DEVONSHIRE, or Devon Devon South Molton, Barnstaple, Torrington, Bideford, and Holsworthy. The leven boroughs already named, and Ashburton, Axminstcr, Bampton, Brixham, Chagford, Chudleigh, Chumleigh, Collumpton, Colyton, Crediton, Hatherleigh, Holsworthy, Ilfracomhe, Kingsbridge, Modbury, Moreton-Hampstead, Ottery, Plympton, Sidmouth, Stonehouse, Tavistock, Newton-Abbot, Okehampton, Teignmouth, and Topsham are market towns; and there are about 1, 700 smaller towns, villages, and hamlets. Some of the chief seats are Stover House, Endsleigh, Castle Hill, Mount Edgecumbe, Saltram, Powderham, Pixton, Bagtor, Bicton, Poltimore, Bishops-Court, Huish Imperial
    DIPTFORD Devon Huish, £8, 226. Rated property of D. alone, £3, 159. Pop., 659. Houses, 142. The property is much subdivided. The manor belongs to the Rev. W.Johnson. Diptford Court, Bradridge House, and Courtis Knowle are chief residences. The parish is a meet for the South Imperial
    EXETER Cornwall
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    South Huish, Buckland-Tout-Saint, Slapton, Chivelstone, and Sherford. The archdeaconry of Barnstaple comprises the dean-eries of Barnstaple, Chulmleigh Imperial
    Galmpton Devon Galmpton , hamlet, South Huish par., S. Devon, 4 miles SW. of Kingsbridge. Bartholomew
    GALMPTON Devon GALMPTON , a hamlet in South Huish parish, Devon; 4 miles SW of Kingsbridge. Pop., 176. Imperial
    Hope Cove Devon Hope Cove , fishing hamlet, South Huish par., S. Devon, 4 miles SW. of Kingsbridge. Bartholomew
    HOPE-COVE Devon South Huish parish, Devon; on Bigbury bay, 4¼ miles SW of Kingsbridge. It is a sequestered place, amid wild Imperial
    HUISH (NORTH) Devon HUISH (NORTH) , a parish, with a small scattered village, in Totnes district, Devon; on the river Avon, 2¼ miles E by S of Kingsbridge Road r. station, and 7 SW of Totnes. Post town, Ivybridge. Acres, 2, 662. Real property, with Deptford, £8, 226. Rated property of N. H. alone, £2, 700. Pop., 432. Houses, 87. The property is subdivided. The manor belongs to T. King, Esq. The manor house, Blackhall, and Butterford are chief residences. The parish is a meet for the South Imperial
    Huish, South Devon Huish, South , coast par., S. Devon, 3½ miles SW. of Kingsbridge, 1150 ac. (100 water), pop. 298; on a sea-cliff Bartholomew
    HUISH (SOUTH) Devon HUISH (SOUTH) , a parish in Kingsbridge district, Devon; on the coast, 3¾ miles SW of Kingsbridge, and 12 S of Kingsbridge Imperial
    KINGSBRIDGE Devon South Huish, and Malborough. Acres, 72, 918. Poor rates in 1863, £8, 853. Pop. in 1851, 21, 377; in 1861, 19, 394. Houses Imperial
    LANGPORT Somerset Huish-Episcopi, Muchelney, Kingsbury-Episcopi, Long Sutton, Pitney, High Ham, and Aller. Acres, 21,032. Pop., 7,091. Houses, 1,400. —The district comprehends also the sub-district of Somerton, containing the parishes of Somerton, Compton-Dunden, Kingweston, Barton-St. David, Keinton-Mandeville, Babcary, Charlton-Adam, Charlton-Mackrell, and Kingsdon; and the sub-district of Curry-Rivell, containing the parishes of Curry-Rivell, Drayton, Swell, Fivehead, Curry-Mallett, Beer-Crocombe, Isle-Abbots, Isle-Brewers, South Imperial
    MALBOROUGH Devon South Huish, £10,705. Rated property of M. alone, £6,483. Pop. in 1851,2,354; in 1861,2,388. Houses Imperial
    Silverhill Devon Silverhill .-- hamlet, South Huish par., Devon, 4 m. SW. of Kingsbridge. Bartholomew
    SILVERHILL Devon SILVERHILL , a hamlet in South Huish parish, Devon; 4¼ miles SW of Kingsbridge. Imperial
    TAUNTON Somerset South Saxons; was retaken, and nearly all pulled down, by Queen Ethelburga, in 722; went, with the manor, to the Bishops of Winchester; was rebuilt, by one bishop, in the time of Henry I.,-repaired and extended by another, in 1496,- and fitted with a great hall by a third, in 1577; had, as a constable, a relative of the poet Chaucer; suffered injuries in the civil wars of Charles I., and curtailments of moat and drawbridge in 1785; and is now represented chiefly by a round tower, an embattled gateway, and the great hall. The hall is a noble Imperial
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