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owners of the Manor of Wyke, Yatton, N. Somerset, 1488-1500

Nicholas A. Deas

owners of the Manor of Wyke, Yatton, N. Somerset, 1488-1500

Lady Isabel Newton (c.1429-1498) and Richard Newton (by 1458-1500).

by Nicholas A. Deas

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Published by N. A. Deas in Yatton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newton, Isabel, -- Lady.,
  • Newton, Richard.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination5p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21679655M

    Full text of "A geographical dictionary of England and Wales: containing the names, in alphabetical order, of all the counties, with their several subdivisions into hundreds, lathes, rapes, wapentakes, wards, or divisions; and an account of the distribution of the counties into circuits, dioceses, and parliamentary divisions See other formats. Sometimes a manor combined with one or more others to provide this rent, as for example North Petherton and South Petherton and Curry Rivel in 1,5, and Frome and Bruton in 1,9. See also 1,10 revenue note. Latin firma here is equivalent to Old English feorm ('a food rent'); see Oxford English Dictionary, under farm (substantive i). 1,3 [Exon.

    The Salisbury and Winchester Journal and General Advertiser of Wilts, Hants, Dorset, and Somerset published - newspaper available to view and buy online from. BUTCOMBE is a parish and village, 9 miles west from Pensford station on the North Somerset branch of the Great Western railway, 7 east from Yatton station on the Bristol and Exeter section of the Great Western railway, and 10 south-south-west from Bristol, in the Northern division of the county, hundred of Hartcliffe-with-Bedminster, Axbridge petty sessional division, union and county court.

    The little town of Yatton, below Bristol, situated on excellent roads and with a convenient station on the Great Western main line, is a very useful point whence to start upon a rambling exploration of Mid and North Somerset, called by Mr. Hardy “Outer Wessex.” Yatton is a junction station, its name-board familiar to travellers, with the. Somerset ceilings that may be by John Abbott Jr are Steyning Manor, Stoursey (late C17), No 1 High St Wiveliscombe, Fitzhead Court, Nettlecombe Court (c) and Stockland Lovell (Fiddington). ABERNETHY, GEORGE N. Westminster, engineer. Son of James Abernethy qv.


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Owners of the Manor of Wyke, Yatton, N. Somerset, 1488-1500 by Nicholas A. Deas Download PDF EPUB FB2

The earliest recumbent figures are in the Tudor niches in the North wall of the de Wyke Chapel. A civilian, date aboutpresumed to be of Sir Robert de Gyene, who married Egelina de Wyke, when a widow, who held in her right the Court de Wyke, Yatton. Note the costume. Yatton and Huish.

As the Manor of Week included much of Cleeve, tything and manor do not seem to coincide, and as the fields have often changed names and buildings gone it is not now possible to sort out exactly what was classed as Week, Cleve or Claverham.

In his History of SomersetCollinson states that the ancient mansion of Court de 1488-1500 book. A manor not granted to the Bishop of Bath until the time of King John ().

Furthermore in the 14th century the two knights' N. Somerset held by later members of the de Wyke family can be identified as relating to the Manors of Milton (by Wells) and Wyke (by Yatton). It is reasonable to assume that Thomas de Wicha held the same two manors in Somerset Heritage Centre's online catalogue contains details of all of their catalogued documents and is updated monthly ; For more information, please see Somerset Heritage Centre's webpages; ARCHON code: If you are an archivist or custodian of this archive you can use the archive update form to add or update the details in Discovery.

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