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Some account of the barony and town of Okehampton: its antiquities and institutions

Some account of the barony and town of Okehampton: its antiquities and institutions

including the journals kept by Messrs. Rattenbury and Shebbeare, Gents. and Burgesses, from the 21 James I., to the death of William III.; with notes geneological, descriptive, and explanatory

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Published by W. Masland in Tiverton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Okehampton, Eng. (Devonshire)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited and enlarged from the collections made by William B. Bridges, the Rev. C. Thomas andthe Rev. H.G. Fothergill.
    ContributionsWright, W. H. K 1844-1915.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 242 p. :
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21396137M

    The ruins of Aghaboe, whither the seat of the see of Ossory was removed from its original situation at Saiger, in the King's county, until its final removal to Kilkenny, still exist in such a state of preservation as to afford some idea of the extent and character of the buildings. town had become ecumenical law, law alike for cultured Greece and for wild Britain. And yet, though it had assimilated new matter and new ideas, it had always preserved its tough identity. In the year six centuries and a half of definite legal history, if we measure only from the Twelve Tables, were consciously.

    PREFACE. Some portions of this book have already appeared in print. Of these, the most important is the catalogue raisonné of early Norman castles in England which will be found in Chapter VII., and which was originally published in the English Historical Review (vol. xix., ). It has, however, been enlarged by the inclusion of five fresh castles, and by notes upon thirty-four others, of. BALFOUR HISTORY. The Balfours have had a long and distinguished history in Fife, the name is believed to be derived from the lands of Balfour, in the parish of Markinch, formerly belonging to a family which were long heritable sheriffs of Fife. Balfour castle was built upon their ancient possessions, in the vale or strath of the Orr, a tributary of the Leven, near their confluence.

    O’Shaughnessy, Mark S.: On certain obsolete modes of inflicting punishment, with some account of the ancient court to which they belonged, Brash, Richard R.: An account of some antiquities in the neighbourhood of Buttevant, in the County of Cork, Cooke, Thomas L.: The ancient cross of Banagher, King’s County, The feudal barony of Dunster was an English feudal barony with its caput at Dunster Castle in Somerset. During the reign of King Henry I (–) the barony comprised forty knight's fees and was later enlarged. In about the manors retained in demesne were Dunster, Minehead, Cutcombe, Kilton and Carhampton in Somerset, and Ham in Dorset.


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Rattenbury and Shebbeare, Gents. and Burgesses, from the 21 James I., to the Death of William III.; with Notes Genealogical, Descriptive, and Explanatory.

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Some account of the barony and town of Okehampton: its antiquities and institutions, including the journals kept by Messrs. Rattenbury and Shebbeare, Gents. and Burgesses, from the 21 James I., to the death of William III.; with notes genealogical, descriptive, and explanatory.

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