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  1. hace 5 días · James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick: 21 August 1670 12 June 1734 Married firstly Honora Bourke and had issue. Married secondly Ana Bulkely and had issue. Henry FitzJames, 1st Duke of Albemarle: August 1673 December 1702 Married Marie Gabrielle d'Audibert de Lussan; had issue. Arabella FitzJames 1674 7 November 1704

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    The 10 hides at Gyrdlingatonegiven to Glastonbury abbey in the mid 10thcentury have been interpreted as at Yarlington. (fn. 36) 'Gerlintune' was held by Alnod in1066 and by Robert, count of Mortain, in1086. (fn. 37) The fee probably passed to Robert'sson William who forfeited his estates in 1106. (fn. 38) By 1166 it was held by Drew the younger (fn...

    In 1086 Yarlingtonwas assessed at 7 hides and had land for 7ploughteams, but only 3 teams were recorded ofwhich one was in demesne worked by 6 servi andtwo were worked by 8 villani and 6 bordars. Thedemesne livestock comprised 6 cattle, 3 pigs, and60 sheep. Woolston was assessed at over 3 hidesand had 2½ ploughlands of which one was indemesne and o...

    There was a mill in 1086 (fn. 144) and 1320. (fn. 145) In 1485 the miller had to maintain stones andfloodgates (fn. 146) and in 1542-3 was fined for takingexcess toll. (fn. 147) The mill was probably replacedbetween 1561 and 1569 by Richard FitzJameswho built on a site adjoining the highway at thepond or pound head probably near Yarlingtonmanor hou...

    In 1314 Simon de Montagu was givena weekly Tuesday market and a three-day fair atthe Assumption (15 Aug.). (fn. 153) There is no evidence that the market was ever held. The fairwas worth 2s. to the lord in 1344. (fn. 154) It was heldon the Assumption in 1541 but by 1545 on theNativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (8 Sept.). (fn. 155) It was let to th...

    Two manor courtswere held annually for Yarlington manor in thelater Middle Ages, one incorporating a courtleet. (fn. 162) Estreats survive for the 1540s, when thecourt dealt with assaults and fined the miller forexcessive toll. (fn. 163) A court book survives for 1746-1856 in which sessions, described as courtsbaron and leet, appointed a tithingman...

    There was a church c. 1100 when itbelonged to Montacute priory. (fn. 174) Probably by1175 and certainly by 1189 a pension was payable to Montacute from the living (fn. 175) whichremained a sole rectory until 1966. From thatyear it was joined with North Cadbury and since1976 it has formed with Blackford, North Cheriton, and others part of the Camelo...

    Several people werepresented for not receiving communion in 1600and 1627. (fn. 231) In 1666 there were no nonconformists. (fn. 232) A house was licensed for worship byan unspecified congregation in 1824. (fn. 233) It was notrecorded again. In 1896 the parish was visitedby the Congregationalist Somerset EvangelistSociety. (fn. 234)

    In 1818 there was a Sundayschool attended by 20-30 children. (fn. 235) Probably thesame school had 63 pupils in 1825. (fn. 236) In 1833 therewere three schools: a day school for girls begun in1828 which had 12 pupils attending at their parents' expense; a school for 25 children, also paidfor by parents; and a Sunday school for 53 childrensupported ...

  2. henry thomas dundas le vesconte (1813 – c. 1848) was an english officer of the royal navy and polar explorer who from 1845 served under sir john franklin as second lieutenant (the fourth most senior rank) on the erebus during the franklin expedition to discover the northwest passage, which ended with the loss of all 129 crewmen in mysterious …

  3. 14/05/2022 · The building consists of two courts or quadrangles; the oldest part dates from the time of Henry VII., when it was built by Bishop Fitzjames, whose arms, impaling those of the see of London, appear on the wall and over the gateway. The hall, the principal apartment in the great quadrangle, is immediately opposite the entrance.

  4. 13/05/2022 · Henry VIII: January 1538, 1-10. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 13 Part 1, January-July 1538. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1892. This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

  5. 13/05/2022 · 16 Feb. R. O. 110. Sir Wm. Weston, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, to Sir Giles Russell, Commander of Basford and Dingley. Summons him to attend the chapter provincial at Clerkenwell on Thursday after Whitsunday, and to pay his dues to the common treasure. The House of St. John's, London, 16 Feb. 1530. Signed.

  6. 12/05/2022 · Henry VIII: Pardon Roll, Part 3. Pages 234-256. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920. This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.