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Reference D/ASH
Covering dates 1524-1900
Held by Dorset History Centre
Extent 345 files
Source of acquisition Deposited by Andrews, Son and Huxtable, solicitors

Contents:
This collection contains a large number of documents which relate to the Gollop family, large landholders in the Netherbury area in the 17th and 18th Centuries and also other deeds, estate, family and official papers which bear no relation to the former. The collection has therefore been divided into three sections. Section A relates to the Gollop family and Sections B and C to the rest. The section letter should be quoted in reference.



Section A: Gollop  D/ASH:A  [n.d.]

MANORIAL  D/ASH:A/M  [n.d.]

MELPLASH, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/M1  1690-1729, 1845-1884

2 vols.

Contents:
Account of rents taken at courts, 1690-1729, 1845-1884; notes of heriots due on death of tenants, 1690-1729; names of tenants, 1698; list of cottages in Melplash, 1698; account of what "bought of my Brother Thomas Gollop, 1698"; account of estate mortgaged to him, 1670, 1690; names and acreage of lands bought by brother George in manor of Bowood, 1698; account of money paid to tythingman, 1700-1706; lists of those who pay to Prince, undated; account of tenants' rents and types of holding.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/M2  1733-1755

1 document

Contents:
Rent roll of South Bowood and Melplash, 1733; additional notes, 1735-1755.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/M3  1753-1820

1 bundle

Contents:
Court papers, presentments and rentals.

DEEDS  D/ASH:A/T  [n.d.]

BEER HACKETT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T1  1651, 1701

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage and land. (Burrow Lane).

BEER HACKETT, BROADWINDSOR, LILLINGTON NETHERBURY, THORNFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T2  1768

3 documents

Contents:
Manor of South Bowood and lands in Beer Hackett, Dibberford in Broadwindsor, Lillington, Netherbury and Thornford. (Gollop, Ryall).

BLANDFORD, BRIDPORT, CHARDSTOCK, MORETON POORTON, POXWELL, SYMONDSBURY, TINCLETON, WATERCOMBE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T3  1577, 1582/3

3 documents

Contents:
Moiety of manors of Strode, Netherbury, Poorton and Blandford; messuages in Strode, Bitlake, Filford, Hogber, Brinsham, North and South Bowood, Camsworth, Tinkledeane, Veer, Legge, Aysshe horridge Morton Symondsbury Lechlegge Burburgh alias Poxwell Hungerford, Bridport. (Roynon, Poxwell, Mawdley, Rodney, Leversegge).

BLANDFORD, BRIDPORT, CHARDSTOCK, MORETON POORTON, POXWELL, SYMONDSBURY, TINCLETON, WATERCOMBE, SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T4  1574

1 document

Contents:
Lands in Dorset as in T3; manors of Huntspyll, Wolmerston, Burnham, Uphill, West Lydford, North Petherton, Stogursey, Pythedon; lands in Dryburgh, Chaldecote, Stowey, Blackdon, Montague, Crysteston, Cofington, Lyncombe, Edeston, Draycot. (Roynon, Bure). (Copy).

BRADPOLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T5  1651/2

1 document

Contents:
Tenement. (Hayley, Strode, Whiteway, Way).

BRADPOLE, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T6  1652

1 document

Contents:
Lands. (Way, Gollop). (Mentions Strode). (Ink defective).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T7  1666

1 document

Contents:
Land in Furley, Netherbury and Bradpole. (Gollop, Way).

BRIDPORT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T8  1777

1 document

Contents:
Parcel of arable land on south side of Gundry Lane. (Sturt, Ewens).

BROADWINDSOR, DORCHESTER, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T9  1742

1 document

Contents:
Messuages called Luccombe, Staverlands, Hogber, Saunders in Netherbury; cottage in Back Lane and stable and malthouse on west side of South Street, Dorchester; moiety of capital messuage of Dibberworth and dairy house with lands in Broadwindsor. (Field names). (Gollop). (Copy).

BROADWINDSOR, MOSTERTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T10  1606-1610

2 documents

Contents:
Will and draft will of Thos. Gollop of Netherbury; tenements in Mosterton and Dibberford, Broadwindsor, made 1606, proved 1610.

BROADWINDSOR, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T11  1600/1, 1616-1616/7

5 documents

Contents:
Capital messuage of Strode; tenements called Hogber and Hertbridge; close called Staverlands in Netherbury; messuage called Temple and common of pasture on Pilsdon Hill, Broadwindsor. (Gollop, Poulett, Ironside); Marriage settlement: Thos. Gollop, junior, of Strode and Martha Ironside daughter of Ralph Ironside of Longbriddie, clerk, 1616.

BROADWINDSOR, NETHERBURY, DEVON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T12  1707

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage called Newnham in Broadwindsor; roofless tenement called Hurlands in Netherbury; messuage in Kilmington, Devon. (Stone, Farr, Symes, Holt, Quarme, Perne).

CASTLETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T13  17?1

1 document

Contents:
Tenement. (Hann, Coombes, Cockeram).

CLIFTON MAY BANK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T14  1711

1 document

Contents:
Two closes of meadow called Little Sudborrow near Smeaths Bridge in Clifton Manor. (Harvey, Tilly).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T15  1712

1 document

Contents:
Two closes of pasture, called Gore in Clifton Manor. (Tilly, Masters). (Copy of Court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T16  1730

1 document

Contents:
Three closes of meadow called Great Sudburrowe and lands in Clifton Manor. (Harvey, Tilly). (Field names).

DORCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T17  1716

1 document

Contents:
Tenement, two cottages, malthouse and gardens on west side of South Street and on east side of Back Lane. (Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T18  1731

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and garden on south side of High West Street. (Gollop, Bolde).

HAWKCHURCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T19  1589-1601

2 documents

Contents:
Moiety of tenements called Horaige and Horaige Down, part of manor of Strode. (Killigrew, Ognell).

KINGSTON RUSSELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T20  1722

1 document

Contents:
Capital messuage called the Farmhouse and lands; marriage settlement of John Gollop of Dorchester and Penelope Michell of Kingston Russell.

LILLINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T21  1663/4-1744/5

43 documents

Contents:
Messuage, orchard and garden; close called Honycombe; three closes called Goddens; closes called Hayes, New Hayes, Reddlands, Bewley, Alvericke Mead, Hooke Mead, Creques Hame, Plecke, Bremble, Withers, Longlands Mead, Sheepcroft Meade, Ansen Hames, Chishay, Sheepcroft, Longlands, Great and Little Orchard, Fullyes, Cursitors Stile. (Cole, Lisle, Gollop, Templeman, Shorto, Hodder, Ash, Chaffey, Portman alias Berkeley, Foy, Tilly, Selby, Parry, Mitchell, Weave). Copy will of Ralph Gollop of Lillington, gent, lands in Lillington, made 1721, proved 1721/2; "catalogue of my writings of my estate at Lillington", 1651-1701, undated; Will of Nathaniel Tilly of Thornford, yeoman, made 1742/3, proved 1750; Mrs. Mary Gollop's assignment of part of Walter Gollop's debts, 1742.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T22  1664-1664/5

2 documents

Contents:
Close of pasture called Great Orcharde; close of Meadow called Orchard Meade. (Cole, Lisle, Carpenter, Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T23  1697/8

Contents:
Messuage and land; cropping in Becken Close; messuage called Sherings; closes called Manslade and Broadwale, (Selby, Cole, Marshal, Keate, Gollop, Hankins, Ryall, Ryder).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T24  1697/8

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and lands. (Marshall, Ryder).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T25  1790, 1800

4 documents

Contents:
Lillington Farm, and lands. (Gollop, Sawkins, Hart, Batson, Cabell).

LILLINGTON, SHERBORNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T26  1843

3 documents

Contents:
House in Hound Street, Sherborne; farm at Lillington. (Batson, Gollop, Batten).

LYME REGIS, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T27  1732

1 document

Contents:
Manor of South Bowood and lands in Netherbury and Lyme Regis. (Michell, Gollop).

NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

Bitlake  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T3, D/ASH/A/T4, D/ASH/A/T30-31)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T28  1617

1 document

Contents:
Tenement called Bitlake. (Gollop, Game).

Bitlake, Bowood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T29  1526, 1581/2-1636

9 documents

Contents:
Moiety of close of pasture and withybere lying on east of a way from Bitlake to Bowood, formerly part of a tenement called Hogber. (Pokeswell, Dolling, Roynon, Maudley, Knight, Gardyner alias Donne, Killigrew, Ognell, Battin, Tucker, Crab, Smyth). "My tytle to the tenement called Hogbeare", undated but down to 1617.

Bitlake, Bowood, Luccombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T30  1621-1622

4 documents

Contents:
Messuages and land called Southerlowcombe, Bitlake and Hogber. (Husee, Gollop).

Bitlake, Bowood, Luccombe, Strode  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T31  1622, 1639

1 document

Contents:
Capital messuage of Strode; two tenements called Hogber; tenement called Hartbridge; farm called Sowther Lowcombe; close called Staverlands; tenement called Bytlake. (Gollop, Ironside, Thorne, Hussey). (? Copy).

North Bowood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T32  1524, 1558

1 document

Contents:
Manor of North Bowood. (Husse, Golopp, Hoell).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T33  1600

1 document

Contents:
Tenement in North Bowood; close called Staverlands. (Gollop).

South Bowood and Melplash  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T2, 3, 4, 27, 29, 31, 74, 75, 76-7, 112)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T34  1571-1613

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden called Huntes Howse; closes called Were Pece and Plymelond in South Bowood and East Melplash. (Bishop). (Copies of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T35  1576-1754

4 documents

Contents:
Moiety of orchard and four closes of pasture called Hogbere Orchard? in South Bowood. (Mawdley, Crabbe, Gollop, Collant).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T36  1592/3

1 document

Contents:
Cottage in manor of South Bowood, now held by John Bishop. (Horsford). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T37  1618/9, 1739

2 documents

Contents:
Tenement called Colefoxes in manor of South Bowood, with barn, stable and lands. (Gollop, Byshopp).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T38  1627-1673/4

9 documents

Contents:
Tenement and land in South Bowood. (Stickland, Marshall, Gollop, Jones, Tucker, Andrew, Bragg). Chancery decision in case: Andrews v Marshall and Cooper, 1673/4; will of Robert Marshall of South Bowood, yeoman, proved 1643/4.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T39  1632

2 documents

Contents:
Manor of South Bowood and Melplash; cottages called Ducks Heyes and Bonners and other cottages in Melplash. (Lord Mountioye, Sir Thos. Cheeke, Dewhurst, Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T40  1646, 1752

3 documents

Contents:
Dwelling house on S. Bowood Common. (Gollop, Case, Turner).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T41  1654-1654/5, 1710-1739

4 documents

Contents:
Cottage called Duckshouse in manor of S. Bowood. (Gollop, Collant, Herne).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T42  1655/6-1749/50

5 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden on waste ground of S. Bowood manor on south of the Pound. (Case, Gollop, Lawrence, Udall, Cossens).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T43  1675

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage, orchard, garden and two closes called Greatewoods; close of pasture called Fish Weyres Heyes, now divided into Whit Close and Lemon Close. (Gollop, Crabb).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T44  1682-1749/50

11 documents

Contents:
Tenement and lands called Bonner's Tenement; two closes called Plymelands or West Downes and close called Southdown or Broadclose in South Bowood. (Gollop, Richards, Paull, Foote).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T45  1685

1 document

Contents:
Cottage, outhouse, orchard and land near South Bowood Common, adjoining Allington-Broadwindsor highway. (Gollop, Bartlett alias Warr).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T46  1698

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage, close called Hayboots Fields, Longlands Orchard, Ryecrofts, Const, Farding, Woods, Five Acres, Woodmeade, Woodcroft, West Towers in manor of South Bowood; Plimlands, Warpehays and Nine Acres, before held by Collant. (Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T47  1698-1817

14 documents

Contents:
Close called Allercombe in South Bowood. (Merefield, Warr, Major, Wellmont, Game, Bishop, Bartlett, Downe, Pope). Will of Henry Game, senior, of Netherbury, made 1754, proved 1755; bonds: Richard Warr of Dunster in Whitchurch Canonicorum, carpenter, and Robt. Wellmont of Whitchurch Canonicorum, yeoman, 1725.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T48  1699

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and garden, lately built on waste ground of South Bowood manor. (Gollop, Ford).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T49  1723

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and closes called Broad, Little and Long in ? South Bowood. (Gollop, Richards).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T50  1723, 1735

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage, outbuildings and lands, late Symes, in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Everett).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T51  1724-1802

15 documents

Contents:
Messuage called Saunders Close; closes called White and Lemon, Great Wood and Five Acre Mead in manor of South Bowood, all known as Crabb's Tenement. (Devenish, Tizard, Bowles, Purchase, Gollop, Steward, Russell, Fathers, Langdon).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T52  1732, 1785

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage in manor of South Bowood and Melplash. (Warr, Hedgecock). (Copies of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T53  1732, 1810

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage, garden and plot of land in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Cook, Petty, Batson, Tilly).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T54  1732-1885

17 documents

Contents:
Cottages and land in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Warr Petty, Batson, Hansford, Way). Copy will of Matthew Warr of Bowood, cordwainer, 1811.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T55  1733, 1737

3 documents

Contents:
Tenement and five closes called Pilmishay and Bromecroft in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Adney).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T56  1734

1 document

Contents:
Cottage, orchard and garden in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Lawrence).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T57  1734, 1779

3 documents

Contents:
Cottage and land in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Munden, Cranden). Note about Cranden's holding at his death, 180 ? 5 and on front a bill for a match of "Sword and Dagger" at Weymouth in 1805.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T58  1735

3 documents

Contents:
Tenement and lands, formerly Bishops and Collants in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T59  1735-1739; 1752, 1780

8 documents

Contents:
Messuage and orchard called Games; four closes on north side of a lane in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T60  1739

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and close before held by Collant, called Hempland with barn and garden attached; three closes called Bromhills in South Bowood. (Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T61  1750

1 document

Contents:
Messuage, garden and plot in manor of South Bowood before held by Chapman and Larcombe. (Gollop, Everett)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T62  1750

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage and moiety of cottage in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Pilcher).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T63  1757-1810

3 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden called Rappitts at Bowood. (Gollop, Lawrence alias Prince, Petty, Batson, Brinson alias Miller).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T64  1772-1820

5 documents

Contents:
Newly erected cottage and blacksmith's shop near roadside in South Bowood. (Gollop, Hansford, Clare, Petty, Batson).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T65  1774

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage at Bowood near gate to Strode. (Gollop, Whetham).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T66  1784

1 document

Contents:
Tenement called Richard Everetts and lands in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Clare).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T67  1785, 1809

2 documents

Contents:
Tenements called Collants, Colefoxs, Ducks and lands in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Clare, Symes).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T68  1810

1 document

Contents:
Cottage and land in manor of South Bowood. (Petty, Batson, Gollop, Diment).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T69  1810

1 document

Contents:
Cottage and garden at Bowood. (Petty, Batson, Gollop, Way).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T70  1811

1 document

Contents:
Messuage, barn, stable, orchard, closes called the Moore, Coppice, Dry Close, Silk Mead, Great Mead, Horse Plot, Barn Close, Muckle Croft, Six and Five Acres in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Game). (Copy).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T71  1818

1 document

Contents:
Cottage and land in manor of South Bowood. (Gollop, Tucker).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T72  1871

2 documents

Contents:
Two cottages and carpenter's shop at Bowood on east side of turnpike road from Bridport to Broadwindsor. (Gollop, Shepherd).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T73  1885

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage, with note of descent of property at Bowood from 1819. (Welsford, Gollop).

South Bowood, Hinknoll, Kingsland, Luscombe, Melplash, Shatcombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T74  1627-1634

8 documents

Contents:
Manors of South Bowood and West Melplash; tenement called Pylmeshay; tenement and lands called Water Lease; tenement called Kingeslande; land in Hinknoll and Luscombe; lands in Shatcombe. (Powlett, Ironside, Gollop, Michell, Edgar).

South Bowood, Pomise  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T75  1666

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage called Pomise, with barn; three closes called Bearemeade, Jordens Hill and Allercombe in South Bowood. (Marshall, Cooper, Jones, Tucker).

South Bowood, Strode  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T76  1700/1-1728

3 documents

Contents:
Manor of South Bowood; capital messuage of Strode; close called Staverlands. (Tucker, Gollop). Marriage settlement: Edward Tucker of Weymouth, woollen draper and Rebekah Gollop, daughter of John Gollop of Dorchester, mercer, 1700/1.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T77  1773-1774

3 documents

Contents:
Manor of South Bowood; capital messuage of Strode and tenements. (Ryall, Barbor, Gollop).

Filford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T78  1636-1642

4 documents

Contents:
Moiety of messuage and lands called Cape Leazue. (Smyth, Hellyer, Cooper, Crabbe).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T79  1636-1842

45 documents

Contents:
Messuage and lands at Filford; close of arable called Hilly Close, 7 acres of arable, 3 on north side of highway from Filford to Bridport. (Fowler, Munden, way, Jerrard, Gundry, Hounsell, Smyth, Taylor, Munden, Legg, Coxe, Brinsum, Gollop, Nicholes, Bull, Allford, Gundry, Barrett, Akerman, Golding, Anstice, Ewens, Tucker, Rose, Saunders, Fowler, Edmunds). Will of Thos. Tayler, senior, of Furlie, Wetherbury, husbandman, made and proved 1655; will of Daniel Gundry of Bridport, merchant, made 1716, proved 1719; bonds and release of bonds, 1713 - 1748; copy baptism, marriage and burial certificates of Ewens family, 1786 - 1858, made 1867; oath of Elizabeth Ewens as to descent of Ewens family, 1867; oath of Elizabeth Tuck of Stronggate, Wetherbury as to occupiers and extent of Filford estate; receipts and bills: Taylor and Ewens, 1809, 1842; conveyance of shares in Filford estate: Taylor to Ewens, 1841.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T80  1694-1705/6

6 documents

Contents:
Messuage, barn, garden, orchard, backside and land called Filford and Cape Leazue, and lands. (Cooper, Miller alias Brinsham, Warde, Harte, Bishop, Symes).

Filford, Hurlands, Pomise  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T81  1704-1840

35 documents

Contents:
Messuage called Pomise and closes called Filford, Cape Leazue and Hurlands. (Merefield, Harte, Coombe, Symes, Hallett, Miller alias Brunson, Hussey alias Bayley, Bishopp, Crode, Russell, Bryant, Buck, Phelps, Henvill, Templer, Chilcott, Whetham, Selwood, Seymour, Studley, Griffiths, Batten, Stoodley, Kerslake, Hussey, Graham). Case over Pomise estate, 1839; oath as to succession to Pomise estate, 1840; copies of baptism, marriage and burial certificates of Hart family, 1744-1806, made 1840; oath as to descent of Hart family, 1840; will of Wm. Hart of Netherbury, gent., made 1770, codicil 1771, proved 1771.

Filford, Kingsland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T82  1701

1 document

Contents:
Tenement called Kingsland, lands called Barley fields, Cape Leazue and Filford. (Warde, Harte, Miller alias Brinsham, Travers, Stephens).

Hurlands  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T12, D/ASH/A/T81)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T83  1674/5-1720

8 documents

Contents:
Roofless tenement and lands called Higher and Lower Hurlands. (Newburgh, Stone, Quarme, Arundell, Harte, Whitaker).

Kershay, Slape  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T84  1754-1843

32 documents

Contents:
Messuage called Kirshay or Curshay; messuage, barn, orchard, garden and land on highway from Kershay to Shalways Ash in manor of Slape; closes called Greenfield, Peakey Close alias Kirshay Cross, Higher Smiths Crafts alias Peakey Close. (Case, Henvill, Clare, Eares, Farkes, Hood, Follett, Collant, Hanne, Clare, Adams, Pearce, Shepherd, Andrews, Gollop). Copy administration of goods of Henry Arundell Hanne of Corscombe, granted in P.C.C. 1791; extracts from burial register of Netherbury about Case family, 1769-1785, made 1841; oath of Geo. Samways Spicer of Bishops Caundle as to descent of Case family, 1841; identification of property, with schedule, by Thos. Kiddle of Netherbury, tailor, made 1841; oath of Henry Ears, yeoman, of Bere Regis that he is official heir of Hy. Ears of Buckland Newton, 1841; bill for fees on admission of G.T. Gollop to Kirshay and Peakey Close, 1843.

Kingsland  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T74, 82)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T85  1566

1 document

Contents:
Messuage called Kingeslande; closes called Barnefield, Brodefield, Keymans, Lytlehill, Somerleasne, Southmores, Wurresmeade, Hemplands, Northmores, two small closes on S.W. side of Barley Earrishes. (Gibbes, Crabbe).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T86  1617-1822

17 documents

Contents:
Messuage and close called Hempland or Little Close; close called Kellands; closes called North Moore in Kingsland. (Crabbe, Wade, Clare, Everard, Knight, Colefox, Warbington, Fathers). Will of Joshua Colefox of Bridport, clothier, made 1744, proved 1746; will of Samuel Colfox, made 1783, proved 1786.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T87  1647-1771

18 documents

Contents:
Kingsland Barne and closes of land called Lower, Middle and Higher Kymons, abutting the highway from Broadwindsor to Allington at Kingsland. (Clare, Wade, Cole, Richards alias Thatcher, Young, Pope, Bryant, Collingdon, Pullman, Bull, Bragg, Udall, Rendall, White, Clift, Curtis, Gillett, Symer). Marriage settlement: Wm. Pullman of Kingsland, yeoman, Netherbury and Anne Pope of Hursey, Burstock, 1698/9.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T88  1648-1824

32 documents

Contents:
Two closes of arable called Coles Cross or Barley Fields; close called Hempland Meade; close called Dometts Close at Kingsland. (Clare, Miller alias Brinsham, Stone, Denslow, Gray, Meech, Punfield, Cole, Wheller, Bearn, Downe, Samwayes, Hitt, Dunning, Mory, Neale, Hood, Newman, Game, Linzee, Axe, Smith, Fathers, Russell, Pope, Coles, Ewens). Will of Elias Miller alias Brinsham of Furley, Netherbury, made 1690/1, proved 1691.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T89  1685/6 - 1794

12 documents

Contents:
Parcel of land on north side of a close called North Barley Errish or Peter's Plot and tenement erected on it. (Syms, Barge, Jewell, Travers, Tucker). Will of Richard Travers, senior, of Netherbury, yeoman, made and proved 1780; bonds, 1685/6, 1742.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T90  1772

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage, barn, stable and four closes called Kymons at Kingsland. (Pullman, Browne, Gollop, Udal, Case, Clare).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T91  1789, 1794

2 documents

Contents:
Toft of late dwellinghouse standing on part of a tenement called Kingsland with orchard and close of land on east of a highway from Bridport to Broadwindsor. (Travers, Russell, Cox, Hearn, Colfox).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T92  1825

1 document

Contents:
Cottage and outbuildings at Kingsland. (Fathers, Game).

Luccombe  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T9, 30-31, 111)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T93  1524-1616

6 documents

Contents:
Messuage, barn and cowhouse called Southerlowcombe, closes of land called Harpclyf, Brode Crofte, Cockhorse-lease. (Husee, Lacke, Smyth, Lovell, Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T94  1725

1 document

Contents:
Messuage called Luccombe Farm. (Gollop, Udall).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T95  1729, 1790-1794

2 documents

Contents:
Messuages called Luccombe, Saunders Living, Crabbs Tenement, Hogber, close of meadow called Staverlands, 1729, 1790-1794. (Gollop, Notley, Steward). (Copies).

Luccombe, Strode  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T96  1692-1792

4 documents

Contents:
Manor and capital messuage of Strode except Staverlands and Souther Lowcombe. (Gollop, Michell).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T97  1698-1731

10 documents

Contents:
Capital messuage of Strode; messuage called Luccombe and Staverlands. (Gollop, Waddon, Foy, Tucker, Michell).

Pomise  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T75, 81)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T98  1704/5

1 document

Contents:
Messuage, tenement and fields called Pomise near South Bowood. (Merefield, Harte).

Shatcombe  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T74)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T99  1691, 1701, 1747

4 documents

Contents:
Messuage, outbuildings and lands called Shatcombe. (Gollop, Wade)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T100  1787

1 document

Contents:
House, outhouse, barn, stable and garden; closes called Lower Barton, Short Marsh, Little Close, Longcraft, the Long Close, Oxleases, Shatcombe Hill, Gorelake, Hanging Close, belonging to Shatcombe. (Gollop, Hood).

Slape  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T84)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T101  1766-1830

23 documents

Contents:
Two messuages at Whitecross with withybere and hopyard; four closes of land called Kingsdon or Slape Lee; closes called Nordon and Little Nordon, Clares Woods, Gollops Meadow, part of Three Cornered Close in manors of Netherbury in Ecclesia cum Slape and Netherbury in Terra. (Crabb, Tolley, Burt, Whetham, Kiddle, Russell, Ekins, Cox, Daniel, Samwayes, Conway, Rose, Purchase, Hearne, Webb, Rendle, Clift, Gollop, Knight). Bond: Edward Tolley of Netherbury, yeoman and Samuel Cox of Beaminster, merchant, 1787; opinion of John Batten on John Symes' right to discharge legacy to Elizabeth Stone, 1830; abstract of title of John Hearn to lands, 1767-1809, with decision, 1830.

Strode  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/T3-4, 6, 77, 96-7)

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T102  1579-1596

14 documents

Contents:
Moiety of capital messuage of Strode; house called the Kitchen; gatehouse and lands called Cotehayes, Nightingells Nest, Kyllands and Fylford and other named lands. (Killigrewe, Gollop, Ognell, Richards alias Thatcher, Russell, Goudge, Mantell, Hoskens, Hickes). Bonds: Richards alias Thatcher and Goudge, 1586; Gollop and Mantell, 1592.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T103  1579-1615

11 documents

Contents:
Capital messuage of Strode. (Maudley, Gollop, Killigrewe, Ognell, Kelwaye, Roynon, Heron, Crabbe, Walker, Bryante, Richards alias Thatcher, Mantell).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T104  1581

4 documents

Contents:
Moiety of capital messuage of Strode. (Mantell, Richardes alias Thetcher, Hickes, Roynon, Madeley).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T105  1584/5-1589

13 documents

Contents:
Moiety of capital messuage of Strode; moiety of messuages called Hogber and Hertbridge. (Roynon, Mawdley, Golope, Leversegge, Rodney, Ognell, Kyllegrewe).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T106  1585/6-1783

10 documents

Contents:
Strode Farm: (Gollop, Tobey, Tolley, Clare). Grant of rents out of Strode Farm: Richardes alias Thatcher to Gollop, 1585/6.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T107  1586/7-1599

2 documents

Contents:
Moiety of capital messuage of Strode; moiety of close called Nightingells Nest. (Mantell, Richardes alias Thetcher, Hickes).

Netherbury General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T108  1653, 1669

2 documents

Contents:
Coppice called the Moore, on south of river which separates The Moore from ground called Cotehay. (Cole, Gollop).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T109  1845

2 documents

Contents:
Land partly planted with withies called Hingsdon and adjoining lane called Hingsdon Lane leading from Netherbury to Cole's Cross. (Tolley, Gollop, Cox).

HETHERBURY, POWERSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T110  1776

1 document


Related information: (For Pomise see also T75, 81, 98)

Contents:
Tenement called Corfe Tenement; three closes called Higher and Lower Penlands, part of Lynch Farm; two closes called Corfe; close of arable called Knowle, closes called Little Wood and Kingcombe in manor of West Milton, Powerstock; moiety of messuage and land called Pomise. (Hart).

NETHERBURY, WEYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T111  1793-1794

1 document


Related information: (For Luccombe see also T 9, 30-31, 93-97).

Contents:
Messuages called Luccombe and Crabbs, Netherbury; two messuages built by Thos. Gollop in Governors Lane, Weymouth, 1793, copied 1794. (Gollop, Tizard, Bowles).
(Copy).

NETHERBURY, STOKE ABBOTT, WHITECHURCH CANONICORUM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T112  1764-1816

7 documents

Contents:
Messuage, orchard and garden in South Bowood; messuage called Higher House at Riell in Whitchurch Canonicorum, 1764-7, 1796. (Stacy, Game, Orchard, Follett, Old). Will of Hy. Game of South Bowood, made 1815, proved 1816: lands in Netherbury, Stoke Abbott and Whitechurch Canonicorum.

PRESTON AND SUTTON POYNTZ  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T113  1636-1749/50

4 documents

Contents:
Parsonage and manor. (Thornborough, Stansby,Knightbridge, Arnold, Templeman, Foot,Meech,Pinney,Gollop). (Part of 1636 deed missing).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T114  1646

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and lands. (Shewy, Coles, Florence).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T115  1668

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Preston Prebend. (Napper,Stansby)

SHERBORNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T116  1664

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage. (Mansell, Long, Ridout,Burt).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T117  1687

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and lands. (Bryer, Mere).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T118  1732

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and garden. (Hawkins,Thornton, Beaten).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T119  1812

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and outbuildings, hothouse and greenhouse in Cheap Street and tenements in Hound Street. (Gollop, Vowell).

STOKE ABBOTT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T120  1742,1770

3 documents

Contents:
Closes called Humferland, Lower Furzey Close, Higher Downs, Eastovers, Lower Downs. (Collingdon, Hitt, Symes, Burt, Parsons, Wellman, Russell).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T121  1764-1807

9 documents

Contents:
Messuage called The Higher Messuage; Gilbert's Tenement; closes called Sheepshay, Hanging Close, Overhay, Higher Furzey Close, Horshill, Higher Barnshay, Humferland, Higher Downs, Eastovers, Lower Downs, Hempland,Puckthorne, Higher and Lower Hartshay. (Collingdon, Akerman,Lovick, Wellman, Russell, Brown/Paul Gollop, Symes, Hody, Sherren, Browne, Devenish). Bond: Wellman and Devenish, 1784; Will of Benjamin Wellman of Stoke Abbott, gent., made 1803, proved 1807.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T122  1788

1 document

Contents:
Close called Holeshard. (Cox).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T123  1794

2 documents

Contents:
Two closes called Flexland. (Wellman).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T124  1794

1 document

Contents:
Closes called Stavesland and Estovers. (Wellman, Bryant).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T125  1794

3 documents

Contents:
Lands. (Clift, Pearson).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T126  1795-1810

5 documents

Contents:
Messuage and lands called Hemphay; closes called Norway. (Welman, Bryant, Symons). Will of Elizabeth Bryant of Fortune, Somerset, made 1797, proved 1804; copy will of Wm. Bryant of Misterton, made 1809, proved 1810.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T127  1800-1801

2 documents

Contents:
Close called Stobery. (Udall, Roger, Galpin, Bryant).

WEYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T128  1710

1 document

Contents:
Messuage on north side of West Street, alias Silver Lane on south of harbour. (Russell, Gollop).

WHITCHURCH CANONICORUM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T129  1714

1 document

Contents:
Two messuages, barn, watermill, stable and lands in Wildstoke. (Buckell, Churchill, Akerman).

DORSET, GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T130  1581

1 document

Contents:
All lands (not specified) in Dorset in gift of John Burre of Barking. (Maudley).

SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

MUDFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T131  1741

3 documents

Contents:
Close called Bakers Lease in Nether Adber. (Rogers, Tilley).

STOKE TRISTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T132  1654

1 document

Contents:
Newly-erected dwellinghouse, with garden and orchard on south of stileway, newly enclosed from New Close in Stoke Trister. (Lane, Reade, Cornish, Jacobb).

SOMERSET, GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/T133  1815

2 documents

Contents:
All manors and lands of Thos. Gollop of Bristol. (Gollop).

ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

BEER HACKETT, BRADFORD ABBAS, BROADWINSOR, LILLINGTON, NETHERBURY, THORNFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E1  1765-1792

2 vols


Related information: (See also D/ASH/A/F10)

Contents:
Thos. Gollop: accounts settled with tenants in Strode, Dibberford, Thornford, Bradford Abbas, Lillington, Netherbury, South Bowood, Beer Hackett; personal and estate memoranda of Thos. Gollop, 1768-1792.

CHESELBOURNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E2  1639

1 document

Contents:
Inquisition post mortem on Thos. Keate, gent., farm and lands in Cheselbourne.

DORCHESTER, NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E3  1732

1 document

Contents:
"Writings" relating to Thos. Gollop's tenements, Hogbear and Saunders Tenements, Netherbury and houses in St. Peter's, Dorchester, 1602/3 - 1719, made 1732.

LILLINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E4  1819-1854

1 vol.

Contents:
Lillington Farm accounts.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E5  1830

5 documents

Contents:
Bills for work done at Lillington; plan of ? Lillington House.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E6  ND

1 document

Contents:
Terrier of Lillington of 1612 extracted from Registry of Bishop of Bristol and case as to whether tithes should be paid in kind.

LILLINGTON, THORNFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E7  1749

1 document

Contents:
Abstract from "amongst late Mr. Thos. Gollop's writings in his study at Lillington"; relates to settlements etc. on Lillington Farm and Thornford lands, 1703-1747, made 1749.

NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E8  1708

1 document

Contents:
Richard Gollop's memo. of agreement to set up a "wave" in river between Beare Mead and lands of Wm. Hart and to build wall on Hart land.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E9  1807-1810

4 documents

Contents:
Follett's holdings, Shatcombe with field names and acreages; note to Mr. Game on conditions of holding and on disrepair of Follett's estates; "Henry Games's Disbursments for Shatcombe", 1807-1810.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E10  1811-1812

1 document

Contents:
Accounts for Strode Farm.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E11  1812-1813

3 documents

Contents:
Rents and bills for Strode.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E12  1819-1851

1 vol.

Contents:
Strode farm accounts; at back: note by G.T. Gollop that Shatcombe old house to be pulled down on expiration of lease and to be let with Kingsland.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E13  1819-1873

1 vol.

Contents:
Shatcombe farm accounts.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E14  1820-1853

1 vol.

Contents:
Bonner's Farm accounts, 1820-1828; names of persons receiving Lillington charity money, 1835; Hogber accounts, 1831-1833; Kershay accounts, 1843-1853.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E15  1828-1829

3 documents

Contents:
Agreement, specifications and plans for erection of house in Netherbury: Joseph and Frederick Galpin, builders with Geo. Tilly Gollop.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E16  1838

1 document

Contents:
Ruling by land surveyor on distribution of costs of drainage of Pomise estate between landlord and tenant.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E17  1839-1840

5 documents

Contents:
Case, opinion and correspondence about title to and sale of Pomise estate.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E18  1842-1868

1 vol.

Contents:
Pomise farm accounts.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E19  1851-1874

1 vol. 9

Contents:
Pensom accounts, 1851-1874; bills and receipts, 1873-1874.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E20  1851-1882

1 vol.

Contents:
Account of Game's land at South Bowood.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E21  ND

1 document

Contents:
Survey of Hogber. (? 18 Century).

THORNFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E22  1746-1748/9

1 vol.

Contents:
Accounts

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E23  1767,1786

2 documents

Contents:
Measurements of hedge belonging to "Esq. Gollop, 1786"; receipts of years chief rent for ? Thornford, 1767.

ESTATE, GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E24  1736,1751

3 documents

Contents:
Miscellaneous receipts and bills.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/E25  1797

1 document

Contents:
Notes of tenants and types of holding.

LEGAL  D/ASH:A/L  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/L1  1703/4-1704

2 documents

Contents:
Sarah Gowna of Sydling v. John Monden junior and senr. Jas. Starr, Grace Masters, Nathaniel Tilly, Sarah Tilly, William and Grace Barwick, Tristram and Elizabeth Tuck, Mary Masters: petition in case over will of William Masters of Stoke Abbott, 1703/4; bill of costs, 1704.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/L2  ND

1 document

Contents:
Opinion in case over moiety of manor of Stratford and lands in Dorset: Gollop, Seman, More, undated. (? 16 Century).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/L3  ND

1 document

Contents:
Witnesses' answers to interrogations in case of Tristram Frye v Margaret Cosens of Crewkerne, Somerset: lands called Craft in marriage settlement of Frye of Otehill, Somerset, gent., and Margery Cosens, undated. (? 17 Century).

FAMILY  D/ASH:A/F  [n.d.]

Gollop, Tilly.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F1a  1583

1 document

Conditions of access: (UNFIT FOR PRODUCTION)

Contents:
Grant under authority of notary public of right to Thos. Gollop to trade with Richard Stallenge, English merchant resident in Bayonne. Mentions a Juan Bollaker, merchant of Antona. (Notarial sign). (Spanish).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F1b  1712

1 document

Contents:
Bond: John Gollop, senior of Dorchester and John Gollop, junior, his son.
Penal sum: £4,000

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F2  1721

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of Ralph Gollop of Lillington, gent, made 1721.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F3  1729

2 documents

Contents:
Copy, made 1729, of will of John Gollop of Dorchester, mercer, made 1712. [2nd copy not to be made available until repaired]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F4/1-5  1743-1767

5 documents

Contents:
1. Copy will of Thos. Gollop of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, made 1743; 2, account of affairs of Mr. (? Thos.) Gollop, 1742-1762, made 1762. 3.Sam Foot's account of estate of Thos. Gollop under his will, 1749-1750;4.Mr. Thos. Gollop in account with his sister Jane Gollop, 1749-1767; 5 Sam Foot's account of money laid out for maintenance and education of Master Thos. Gollop, 1760-1767.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F5  1744-1759

1 document

Contents:
Account of affairs of Gollop and Tilly families: testamentary and estate, 1744-1759.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F6/1-2  1746-1747

2 documents

Contents:
Will with probate and copy will of Nathaniel Tilly of Thornford, yeoman, made 1746, proved 1747.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F7  1749/50

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of John Gollop of Strode.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F8  1750

1 document

Contents:
Letters of administration of goods of Susannah Gollop of Lillington, granted, 1750.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F9  1750

1 document

Contents:
Bill of costs for settling affairs of Jane Tilly.
Receipted 1767

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F10  1768-1792

1 vol.


Related information: See also D/ASH/A/E1

Contents:
Memoranda of Thos. Gollop: estate and personal matters; engaging servants and terms of their appointments; agreements for his lodgings; recipes and cures for "the Scratches", "The Mange" etc.; agreements with barbers, shoemakers and washerwomen; agreement to draw stone from field called Hawkhill in Beer Hackett for highways; names of trees on Strode Terrace, 1769; note of guinea subscription for book "Natural History of County of Dorset", 1771; in 1784 he sent girl to Mr. King's school at 10 guineas per annum and to lodging at Mrs. Gaylors for 24s. p.a. out of which 3d. for pocket-money.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F11  1780

1 document

Contents:
Letters of administration of goods of Mary Gollop of Dorchester, granted to her nephews Thos. and John Gollop.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F12  1784, 1793-1794

3 documents

Contents:
Thos. Gollop of Sherborne, esq.,: insurance of house, 1784; copy will, made 1793, proved 1794.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F13  1810-1813

3 documents

Contents:
Bills and receipts.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F14  1817, 1826-1886

1 vol.

Contents:
G.T. Gollop: bank book, 1826-1886; dairy expenses at Thornford, 1817.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F15  1818

1 document

Contents:
Grant of British nationality by George III to, among others, Christina Gollop, formerly of Vienna, wife of Geo. Tilly Gollop, resident at Brimpton, Somerset. (Copy).

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F16  1840-1859

1 bundle

Contents:
Summonses to Grand Jury service to G.T. Gollop of Strode.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F17  1840, 1843

2 documents

Contents:
Correspondence addressed to G.T. Gollop.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F18  1848-1883

4 vols.

Contents:
G.T. Gollop: bank books: in account with Stuckey's Banking Co. of Yeovil.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F19  1873-1884

2 vols.

Contents:
G.T. Gollop: bank books: in account with Wilts. and Dorset Bank, Bridport Branch. At back of earlier volume an account of army uniform bought and cost, undated.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F20  1883-1884

8 documents

Contents:
R. Gollop: personal bills.

Other families but allied to Gollop section  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F21  1634

1 document

Contents:
Ordination certificate of John Bishop as a deacon by Bishop of Bristol.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F22  1686/7

1 document

Contents:
Will of Philip Stansby of Dorchester, gent., made 1686, proved 1686/7.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F23  1701

2 documents

Contents:
Bond: John Miller alias Brinsham, senior and John Miller alias Brinsham, junior, both of Stronggate, Netherbury.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F24  1702-1727

3 documents

Contents:
Copy will of Wm. Masters of Bradford Abbas, made 1701/2, proved 1702; will of George Masters of Bradford Abbas, yeoman, made 1704/5; copy will of George Masters of Thornford, yeoman, made 1727.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F25  1716

1 document

Contents:
Bond: John Burrowe of Beer Hackett, yeoman and Maria Marke of Yeovil, widow.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F26  1727

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of Robt. Michell of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, proved 1727.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F27/1-2  1746-1785

2 documents

Contents:
1 Will of Wm. Hart of Netherbury, clerk, made 1746, proved 1747/8; 2 will of Betty Hart of Netherbury, spinster, made 1784, proved 1785.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F28  1779-1809

3 documents

Contents:
Copy will of Daniel Case of Kershay, Netherbury, clothier, made and proved 1779; copy will of Daniel Case of Kershay, Netherbury, gent., made 1783, proved 1783; copy will of Daniel Case of Bishop's Caundle, gent., made and proved 1809.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F29  1824-1826

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of Geo. Tucker of Bridport, made 1824, codicil, 1826.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F30  1840-1842

1 bundle

Contents:
Extracts from registers of Allington, Bridport, Bishops Caundle, Lydlinch and Wingham, Kent, relating to Stoodley, Seymour, Case, Collins, Tucker and Matson families, 1741-1840, made 1840, 1842.

[no title]  D/ASH:A/F31  1864

5 documents

Contents:
Bills from Finch and Seager to Mrs. England for apartments and food at 57, Conduit Street.

Section B: Miscellaneous  D/ASH:B  [n.d.]

DEEDS  D/ASH:B/T  [n.d.]

BRADFORD PEVERELL, CHARMINSTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T1  1815

3 documents

Contents:
Messuage and lands. (Field names). (Taunton, Biles, Horton, Strong). (Copies).

BROADMAYNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T2  1789

2 documents

Contents:
Cottage and orchard at Water Gate. (Stickland, Pashen).

BROADMAYNE, (WEST KNIGHTON), WEST STAFFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T3  1792-1861

27 documents

Contents:
Messuage, Broomhill Close, South Close, North Close, Cooks and Common Close and lands in common fields, Broadmayne; free chapelry and tithes of Little Mayne; messuage and lands called Parcifall Boyt's Tenement in West Stafford, 1792-1861. (Talbot, Allen, Mansfield, Bowring, Noake, Coombes, Cull, Chapman, Bryer, Wood, Luckham, Scott, Eliot). Will of Wm. Talbot of Osmington, yeoman, made 1822, proved 1824; will of Wm. Talbot of Osmington, yeoman, made and proved 1836; testamentary and executorship papers; Talbot and Noake, 1849.

BROADWEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T4  1800-1829

24 documents

Contents:
Messuage, brewhouse and lands formerly Nag's Head Alehouse on west of Dorchester - Weymouth turnpike road, 1800-1829. (Parsons, Andrews, White, Oakley, Kellaway, Johns, House, Steward, Luckham, Jenkins, Rickman, Read, Dalton, Iles, Bellamy, Bridge, Messiter, Balston, Manfield, Berjew).

BROADWEY, CHARMINSTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T5  1779

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and lands called Ridlands, Broadwey; lands in Charminster: will of Thos. Taunton of Charminster, gent., made and proved 1779.

BUCKLAND NEWTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T6  1737

1 document

Contents:
Messuage and land: land in common meadow called Plush Mead, with common of pasture. (Harvey, Lawrence, Callard).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T7  1771

1 document

Contents:
Land on which house formerly stood; Broad Close, South Close, Pithay, Water Close and land in common fields in Mintern Parva, lands in South and North Field, Middle Field and common of pasture. (Sturt, Coombes).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T8  1812

2 documents

Contents:
Closes called Great, Little and Way Pounce at Buckham, Whitemarsh, Lanscombe Bottom, Clastcott, Bakers Pitt at Knowle; two closes near barn on Buckland Hill. (Caines, Coombs).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T9  1858

1 document

Contents:
Lower Farm and lands at Plush; cottage and land. (Miller).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T10  1880-1882

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage and blacksmiths shop and carpenters shop. (Hawkins, Draper).

BUCKLAND NEWTON, SHERBORNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T11  1758-1846

15 documents

Contents:
Newly-built house and lands in Westfield called Bremley Furlong and common of pasture in Cosmore Common, 1758-1846; deed of 1825 mentions newly-erected house with garden in Cheap Street, Sherborne and newly-built gighouse in Abbey. (Pople, Hopkins, Lewis, Coombs, Ridout, Thorne, Foot). Will of Henry Hopkins of Alton Pancras, hosier, made 1806, proved 1809; copy will of Wm. Coombes of Henstridge, Somerset, made 1830, proved 1834.

CHARMINSTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T12  1734-1808

11 documents

Contents:
Wolfeton Farm and lands, 1734-1808. (Trenchard, Davis, Nicholls, Fookes). (Interesting conditions and exceptions).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T13  1740-1837

5 documents

Contents:
Decayed cottage and garden. (Stevens, Pidding, Lockyer, Nicholls, Dyer, Hardy, Goodenough).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T14  1746

1 document

Contents:
Tenement and lands. (Dewland, Frampton).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T15  1782-1832

7 documents

Contents:
Messuage, coachhouse, out-buildings. (Lockyer, Donisthorpe, Nicholls, Fuller, Churton, Miller). Will of Joan Miller of Charminster, widow, made and proved 1832.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T16  1796

2 documents

Contents:
Messuage and lands, common rights. (Field names). (White).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T17  1804

1 document

Contents:
Moiety of Linch Close in Linch Lane and foreshare of meadow in Lords Mead and lands in common fields, Higher and Middle fields and Flourlands. (Dewland).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T18  1805-1816

4 documents

Contents:
Tofts of ground, lately enclosed from orchard. (Donisthorpe, Nicholls, Fuller, Taunton, Foot).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T19  1818-1819

3 documents

Contents:
Cottage, meadow and orchard. (Taunton, Foot). Will of William Foot of Charminster, yeoman, made 1818, proved 1819.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T20  1822

1 document

Contents:
Parcel of ground. (Green, Fuller, Churton).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T21  1841-1869

5 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden. (McIntosh, Davis, Thorn, Fear, Maber, Clarke, Atkinson, Symonds, Paddison). Will of Sarah Thorn of Charminster, spinster, made 1841, proved 1842.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T22  1842

1 document

Contents:
Site of two decayed houses and orchard. (Warry, Dyer, Dashwood).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T23  1855

1 document

Contents:
Premises and land. (Williams, Dyer).

CHARMINSTER, ABBOTSBURY, FORDINGTON, PORTESHAM, SYDLING ST. NICHOLAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T24  1878

6 documents

Contents:
Wolverton Estate in Charminster and Fordington; lands in Abbotsbury and Sydling; Little Waddon and Coryates, Portesham. (Dunning, Taylor, Symonds, Pope, Hill, Ellis, Palmer).

WEST CHELBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T25  1826

1 document

Contents:
Lands. (Batter, Dawe).

CHICKERELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T26  1870

1 document

Contents:
Shares of land in White's Close, Green Lane, Small Mead, East Lake Close, Long Close, with kilns and sheds on west of Putton Lane in tithing of Putton, Chickerell. (Andrews, Woodman, Pope, Northover).

CORSCOMBE, FROME ST. QUINTIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T27  1765

1 document


Related information: (See also D/ASH:B/T34

Contents:
Messuage and lands called Short Cross Mead, Brock Close, Short Cross, Common Close, with common of feeding in Frome St. Quintin; close called Gracehays near Benfield Barton and Spring, Corscombe, 1765. (Mayo, Churchill, Pope, Green, Combe, Harvey).

DORCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T28  1898

1 document

Contents:
"Brynhyfryd", Cornwall Road, (Amor, Members of Committee of Dorset County Home for Nurses).

DORCHESTER, FORDINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T29  1797

1 document

Contents:
Seven acres of meadow in Fordington or Dorchester Holy Trinity, on north east of river and south west of highway from Mohuns Bridge. (Bond, Templeman, Lambert, Browne).

FORDINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T30  1789-1851

6 documents

Contents:
Copyhold cottage in west tithing of manor, called Dolls Hole and garden, by 1851 called Icen cottage. (Masters, Cull). (Copies of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T31  1834

1 document

Contents:
Part of Millers Close on east of public footpath to West Mills, in manor of Fordington, with plan. (Lester, Baker).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T32  1841

2 documents

Contents:
Piece of ground in Mill Street on south of Fordington Moor. (Matthews, Austin, Andrews, White).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T33  1868

2 documents

Contents:
Barn Close. (Stanton, Mayo).

FROME ST. QUINTEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T34  1765

1 document


Related information: (See also D/ASH:B/T27)

Contents:
Messuage, Short Cross Mead, Parrock, Prince Close, Stoney Close, Short Cross, Common Close, common of feeding and of estovers on waste of manor. (Mayo, Churchill, Green).

FRAMPTON, MELCOMBE HORSEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T35  1867

1 document

Contents:
Melcombe Farm, Melcombe Horsey; Littlewood Farm, Frampton. (Davis, Pope, Watts, Fookes).

HILTON, MELCOMBE HORSEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T36  1876

1 document

Contents:
Melcombe, Nuton and Cothays Farms, with schedule and plan. (Bingham, Groves).

LEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T37  1830, 1839

2 documents

Contents:
Piece of meadow, part of Lower Bowhayes at Leigh, 1830; Lower Bowhayes and messuage newly-erected on it 1839 in manor of Yetminster. (Duland, Frampton). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T38  1834

1 document

Contents:
Pasture ground, part of Leigh Common in manor of Yetminster. (Byrt, Frampton). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T39  1835

1 document

Contents:
Tenement called Hodges at Leigh in manor of Yetminster Secunda alias Netherbury Inferior, 1835. (Lewis, Frampton). (Copy of court roll).

MELCOMBE HORSEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T40  1783

1 document

Contents:
Piece of ground, part of Broad Moor in Harput Lane, 1783. (Bingham, Moores).

MILBORNE ST. ANDREW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T41  1878-1883

5 documents

Contents:
Messuage, gardens, coach house and two cottages. (Warne, Fowler).

PIDDLEHINTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T42  1814-1816

4 documents

Contents:
Workshop, room and chambers above in manor. (Churchill, Knight). (Copy of court roll).

PIDDLEHINTON, PUDDLETOWN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T43  1661/2-1756

6 documents

Contents:
Messuage, called Romaine's Tenement in Piddlehinton and lands with common of pasture in Piddlehinton Common Fields; land in Frome Mead, Puddletown. (Simmonds, White, Harvey, Bridges, Colson, Davis, Iles, Bernard, Beck).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T44  1743/4, 1747

3 documents

Contents:
Messuage and lands, called De La Linds. (Beck, Sabbin, Bernard).

PIDDLETRENTHIDE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T45  1859

1 document

Contents:
Doles Ash, Hogleaze and Whitcombe Farms. (Bridge, Symes).

PORTESHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T46  1813

2 documents

Contents:
Tithes of Middle Shilvinghampton. (Hardy, Balston, Thresher).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T47  1854

1 document

Contents:
Two cottages and outhouses at Pitchers Waddon. (Hawkins, Dunning, Slade).

PORTESHAM, UPWEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T48  1825-1883

12 documents

Contents:
Fryer Waddon Farm, Portesham; lands in Upwey. (Farquharson, Warry, Fraser, Cockeram, Floyer, Dashwood, Dyer, Miller, Barbor, Moody). Marriage settlement: Rev.Hy. Cockeram of Beckenham, Kent and Mary Octavia Fraser of Lymington, Hants., 1825.

PUDDLETOWN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T49  1836-1842

1 document

Contents:
House and land: will of John Holland of Puddletown, baker and shopkeeper, made 1836, proved 1842.

SYDLING ST. NICHOLAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T50  1821

1 document

Contents:
Land in Hayes Field, Wester Eastling, Eastfield in Ham Furlong and one acre under Curden and pasture for cow and sheep. (Hilbourne). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T51  1827, 1848

3 documents

Contents:
Messuage, farm, stable and land at UpSydling, with map. (Bishop, Dunning, Barter, Scholars and Clerks of St. Mary's College, Winchester. (Some interesting conditions).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T52  1841, 1848

3 documents

Contents:
Cottage and land. (Rogers, Bowring, Cox, Dunning). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T53  1846-1856

10 documents

Contents:
House, garden, barn, stable and lands in Long Close, Mars Cross Field, South Field Hill in manor. (Hole,Bowdidge, Cox).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T54  1858-1859

4 documents

Contents:
House and garden -Cobblers Meadow; land in Church Field, Church Field Close and in the Coombe. (Hix,Stickland).

TOLLER PARCORUM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T55  1842

1 document

Contents:
Palmer's Tenement. (Legg, Crofts).

UPWEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T56  1756-1893

18 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden on west and east of road in tithing of Elwell and manor of Wyke Regis. (Furmage, Baker, Orchard, Gould, Hodder, Adams, Durden). (Copies of court roll). Copy will of John Adams of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, carpenter, made 1837, proved 1845.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T57  1807

1 document

Contents:
House and courtyard in tithing of Elwell, manor of Wyke Regis. (Holder, Durden). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T58  1819

1 document

Contents:
Lower part of garden in tithing of Elwell, manor of Wyke Regis. (Hallett, Durden). (Copy of court roll).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T59  1821-1823

5 documents

Contents:
House and garden in tithing of Elwell and manor of Wyke Regis. (Pashen, Durden).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T60  1838

1 document

Contents:
Allotment in Gaston Field in Elwell, 1838. (Knight, Groves).

WEYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T61  1811

1 document

Contents:
Newly-built house on Painters Close, with yard and garden. (Langrish, Cull).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T62  1841, 1848

2 documents

Contents:
Kings Head Inn, formerly ? Scrivens Hotel; Luce's Hotel tap in New Street; Luce's Hotel on Esplanade in Melcombe Regis. (Henning, Luce, Carter, Hall).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T63  1851, 1853

2 documents

Contents:
Bincleaves Farm in manor of Wyke Regis and Elwell. (Turner, Turnley, Biron, Bradshaw, Dodson, Atherton, Penny).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T64  1882

1 document

Contents:
House and bakehouse, No. 1. Augusta Place, and plot on Park Estate, Melcombe Regis, with plan. (Pope, Bargery).

WOOTTON GLANVILLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T65  1636-1879

34 documents

Contents:
Geale's or Gale's Tenement and lands. (Field names). (Stevenson, Bishop, Smith, Bull, Allambridge, Hewlett, Haynes, Floyer, Bellamy, Taunton, Cosens, Knight, Vincent, Lisle, Jenkins, Watts, Cockeram, Read, Bowring, Iles, Bridge, Dawe, Warry, Stone, Davis, Chick, Andrews). (Bells Charity, Yetminster). Charity Commissioner's order about John Bell's Charity, 1879.

YETMINSTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T66  1806, 1815

4 documents

Contents:
Cottage and garden called Hedge Hog Bank in Mill Lane. (Brake, Dawe).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/T67  1823

1 document

Contents:
Customary or copyhold estates, part of manor of Yetminster Prima alias Upwey Prebend. (Dawe).

ESTATE  D/ASH:B/E  [n.d.]

ABBOTSBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E1  1831-1856

1 bdle.

Contents:
Abstract of tithe of Jas. Trevit to Dugdown in Rodden, 1757-1846, made 1856; correspondence: Trevit, Dunning and Solicitors over sale of Dugdown, 1855-1856; memo. of agreement of sale of land: Thorpe for Trevit with Wm. Dunning of Friar Waddon, 1855; notice of sale and copy correspondence: Trevit and sons over sale, 1831-2; abstract of will of John Trevett of 1832, made 1855; Jas. Mannell of Coryates: oath as to ownership and descent of Dugdown in Trevit family, 1855; Eliz. Mitchell of Coryates: oath as to descent of Trevett family, undated; extracts from parish registers of Abbotsbury, Portland, Soberton, Hambledon, Southampton and Dunbar, Scotland: Trevet family, 1755-1819, made 1841-1856; family tree of Trevet family, 1855; Hannah Davis: statement of descent of Trevett family, undated; agreement and correspondence: Trent with Sampson about Dugdown, 1846, 1856.

BELCHALWELL, OKEFORD FITZPAINE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E2  1835-1879

5 vols.

Contents:
Accounts of Hile, Darkenhall and Room Farms, Belchalwell and Okeford Fitzpaine: tenants with George James Andrews.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E3  1842-1843, 1873-1880

1 bdle.

Contents:
Receipts and bills: Room and Hile Farms: George James Andrews.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E4  1851-1877

1 bdle.

Contents:
Correspondence: various people with Geo. James Andrews; includes letter from Rector of Belchalwell calling on landowners to help establish a Church of England School for Belchalwell and Okeford Fitzpaine with list of subscribers, 1873; one letter tells of hurricane and damage it caused in Okeford Fitzpaine on night of 14th October, 1877.

BRADFORD PEVERELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E5  1851-1852

1 file

Contents:
Receipts for sacks of flour from T.R.Woodcock of Bradford Flour Mills.

BUCKLAND NEWTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E6  1825

1 document

Contents:
Plush inclosure award and map.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E6a  1877

2 documents

Contents:
Particulars of sale of mansion house, with schedule and plan.

BUCKLAND RIPERS, PORTESHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E7  1841-1863

1 bdle.

Contents:
Correspondence about sale of Tatton, 1841-1863; memos. of agreement about Tatton Farm: Jackson, Cull, Bascombe, 1843-1849; observations on title of Catherine Barbara Jackson to Tatton and abstract of title to tithes of farm, 1847-1848; bills and receipts, 1847-1848; sale particulars with plan and conditions of sale, 1847, 1862 and undated; agreements about draining of Tatton, 1848-1849; inventory of stock and implements, 1849; valuation, 1860; schedule of deeds relating to Tatton Farm, 1796-1863, undated.

DORCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E8  1861, 1882

12 documents

Contents:
Abstract of title of Wilts. and Dorset Banking Co., to messuages in Cornhill, 1822-1856, made 1882; schedule of deeds relating to premises in Cornhill sold by Francis Mills to Wilts and Dorset Banking Co., 1822-1882; correspondence 1882; agreement about leasing 12, Cornhill.

DORCHESTER, FORDINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E8a  1881, 1888

2 documents

Contents:
Correspondence: Symonds and son with Messrs. Andrews, Son and Huxtable: Louds Mill and Friary Mill.

WEST LULWORTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E9  1893

1 document

Contents:
Sale particulars for No 1 Bindon Villas

MILBORNE ST. ANDREW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E10  1846

1 document

Contents:
Sale notice of lands.

MINTERNE MAGNA  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E11  1798

1 document

Contents:
Valuation of Admural Digby's copyhold lands.

OKEFORD FITZPAINE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E12  1877

1 document

Contents:
Specifications for a cow stall and piggery at Hile Farm.

PIDDLETRENTHIDE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E13  1878

1 document

Contents:
Sale notice of houses and lands.

SYDLING ST. NICHOLAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E14  1819

1 document

Contents:
Copy of inclosure act.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E15  1861

2 documents

Contents:
Sale notice, with conditions of sale of lands.

UPWEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E16  (1844)

1 document

Contents:
Abstract of title of Matthew and John Morris to cottage and garden, part of manor of Wyke Regis, 1823-1844, made ? 1844.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E17  1886

3 documents

Contents:
Schedule of deeds: property of Groves, (1849) - 1886, 1886.

WEYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E18  1848-1849

16 documents

Contents:
Memos. of agreement and correspondence about Royal Hotel: Henning and Luce.

WINTERBORNE CAME  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E19  1830-1840

2 vols.

Contents:
Estate accounts for Came House, 1830-1831; Geo.Hopkins in accounts with Col. Damer, 1831-1840; note of garden accounts, August - September, 1831.

WINTERBORNE ST. MARTIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E20/1,2  1781-1841

1 vol. and papers

Contents:
Farm accounts: Martinstown and Carrant Farms, ? Joseph Hardy of Charminster, with many loose bills and receipts; circular of 1826 asking for votes for Col. Gordon in the Weymouth election, with comment on him; printed order for a print of "The Death of Nelson,", 1806; draft letter to Tom at sea, ? Thos. Hardy from his brother ? Joseph Hardy, undated.

WINTERBORNE MONKTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/E21  1808, 1816

2 documents

Contents:
Inclosure award, 1816; oaths of "quality men" for award, 1808.

MAPS  D/ASH:B/P  [n.d.]

HAZELBURY BRYAN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P1  1848

2 documents

Copies information: (Original returned to Messrs. Andrews, Son and Huxtable.)


Contents:
Map and survey of Lockett's Farm belonging to Trustees of Williams's charity, 1848. (Photo-copy only)

IWERNE COURTNEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P2  1838

1 document

Contents:
Copy of map of parish, surveyed by E. Watts, Yeovil, with field names written in.

IWERNE COURTNEY, IWERNE MINSTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P3  1767

1 document

Contents:
Map of parish of Iwerne Courtney with part of Iwerne Minster, by Benjamin Pryce.

MINTERUE MAGNA  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P4  ND

1 document

Contents:
Plan and survey of Adm. Digby's leasehold estates.

NETHERBURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P5  1888

2 documents

Contents:
1st edition O.S. maps, 25" to mile XXiX 5,13, surveyed 1888.

WAREHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P6  ND

1 document

Contents:
Sketch of heathland purchased by Captain Digby, near Wareham.

WEYMOUTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P7  1863-1912

4 documents

Contents:
1st edition 40" O.S., surveyed 1863, published 1866, L11.21; 1st edition O.S. 25", revised 1912, enlarged edition, L111 14 N.E and L111 15 N.W.; 2nd edition 25" LV11.1-2.

DORSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P8  1811-1878

1 document

Contents:
Map of Dorset, engraved by Benjamin Baker, published by Col. Mudge, 1811, revised 1878.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/P9  1892-1896

2 documents

Contents:
O.S. 6" Index sheet, 1896; O.S. map of Dorset showing areas of parishes, 1892.

FAMILY  D/ASH:B/F  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F1  1690/1

1 document

Contents:
Marriage settlement: Robert Adams of Upwey, yeoman and Sarah Clapcott, daughter of Barbara Clapcott of Winterborne Abbas, widow.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F2  1759-1817

2 documents

Contents:
Extract from Will of Stephen Iles of Godmanston, gent., made 1759, proved 1764, undated; copy will of Stephen Iles of Piddlehinton and Broadwey esq., made 1814, proved 1817.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F3  1765

3 documents

Contents:
Will of Sarah Guthrie of St. Giles's in Fields, Middlesex, warehousekeeper, made 1765, proved 1765, with related papers.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F4  1788, 1833

3 documents

Contents:
Marriage settlement: Michael Miller of Plush, gent., and Joan Sherren daughter of Henry Sherren, Upwey, gent.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F5  1795-1831

1 document

Contents:
Will of Mark Dewland of Charminster, yeoman, made 1795, proved 1831.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F6  1805-1810

1 document

Contents:
Will of Robt. Moors of Hartfoot Lane, Melcombe Horsey, blacksmith, made 1805, proved 1810.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F7  1837,1851

2 documents

Contents:
Receipt for money due on mortgage of mills at Fordington to Wm. Stanton, 1837; letter from Wm. Kite to Mrs. Stanton at Fordington Villa, 1851.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F8  1840

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of Jane Luce of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, widow, made 1840.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F9  1841

1 document

Contents:
Bond: John Frederick Pinney of Somerton Court, Somerton, Somerset and John Cree of Owermoigne, esq.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F10  1847

1 document

Contents:
Extract from will of Lucy Perkins of Ryde, Isle of Wight, made and proved, 1847, undated.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F11  1847-1856

19 documents

Contents:
Marriage settlement: Thomas Hammond House of South Tyneham, clerk and Elizabeth Crane of Cerne Abbas, spinster, 1847-1856, with related papers.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F12  1848-1856

1 document

Contents:
Copy will of Thos. Wiltshire of Cerne Abbas, gent., made 1848, proved 1856.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F13  1849-1872

4 documents

Contents:
Will of Ellis Dawe of Yetminster, yeoman, made and proved 1849; letters of administration of goods of Ann Legg of Benville Lane, Corscombe, 1864; release of personal estate: Benjamin Legg of Corscombe, farmer, to Ellis Dawe of Winterborne Heringston, dairyman, 1872.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F14  1850-1851

3 documents

Contents:
Application and receipts for life insurance policy: Thos. Rose of Fleet, yeoman.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F15  1852

1 document

Contents:
Copy Will of Lydia Stanton of Fordington, widow.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F16  1855

2 documents

Contents:
Releases under Will of John Richard Churchill Sabine of Muckleford House, Bradford Peverell: Rev. Thos. Sabine and Messrs. Henning, Slade and Williams.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F17  1858-1866

7 documents

Contents:
Testamentary papers of Edwin William Gregory of Table Mountain, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town: Luckham family of Bincombe.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F18  1858-1870

3 documents

Contents:
Releases under will of William Taunton of Thavis Inn, Inn, Holborn, esq.: Plowman, Cockeram, Colson.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F19  1859-1860

3 documents

Contents:
Bills and receipts: Hix and Andrews.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F20  1860

1 document

Contents:
Marriage settlement: Hy. Wm. Hawkins of Winterborne St. Martin and Elizabeth Dorothea Homer of same parish.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F21  1862

2 documents

Contents:
Correspondence: Wm. Stroud of the Tucking Mills, Cerne Abbas, with C. Stokes, esq.: financial matters.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F22  1866-1867

5 documents

Contents:
Correspondence about assignments of bank annuities: Saunders of Bere Regis, Hazel, Bridge.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F23  1877

1 document

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture: Hy. Jas. Sainsbury, son of Joseph Sainsbury of Dorchester, carpenter to Geo.Pouncy of Dorchester, "Dealer in Curiosities and Articles of Vertu".

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F24  1877-1878

2 documents

Contents:
Accounts of trustees of marriage settlement of F.W. Langdon and Mrs. Jane Langdon.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/F25  1878

1 document

Contents:
Appointment of new trustee under will of Mr. Jas. Davis.

BUSINESS  D/ASH:B/B  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B1  1829

1 vol.

Contents:
Precedent book of Geo. Jas. Andrews of Dorchester and Cerne Abbas, attorney.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B2  1831-1863

4 documents

Contents:
Assignment of promissory notes on securities of United Company of Merchants of England trading with E. Indies, 1831, 1835: Grant, Anderson, Dare, Jollie, Kennet, Pugh; appointment of trustee to settlement of Geo. Devenish and Charlotte Anderson, 1863: Brown, Devenish, Crake, Loch, Barnes; will of Charlotte Devenish of Fordington, made 1860.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B3  1848-1857

5 vols.

Contents:
Ledgers of C. Galpin, grocer, 1848-1857; C. Galpin's "Town Book", 1857; account book of monies owed and paid, 1855.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B4  1849

1 document

Contents:
Release of actions on dissolution of partnership: Robt. and Thos. Scutt of Preston, farmers.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B5  1851

4 documents

Contents:
Contract for carrying mails by stagecoach between Weymouth and Bath: Postmaster General with Thos. Luce of Weymouth, innkeeper; Wm. Manley of Dorchester, inn-keeper; Thos. Preedy of Weymouth, coach proprietor and John Shepherd of Bath, coach proprietor.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B6  1865-1868

1 document

Contents:
Agreement of co-partnership in wine and spirit business; Edward Cunningham and Thos. Strange Biggs of Dorchester, 1865; with draft dissolution of partnership, with correspondence, 1868.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B7  1870

1 document

Contents:
Agreement of employment between Jos. Andrew Lipscombe of Dorchester, vet., and Hy. Miller of Portsea and Dorchester, vet.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B8  1882

1 document

Contents:
Deed of dissolution of partnership in farming and grazing at Clinger Giants Head and Benville Lane Farms; Phillip Greenslade of Clinger Farm, Cerne Abbas and Richd. Dunford of Benville Lane Farm, 1882.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/B9  1886

1 document

Contents:
Transfer of licence: J.A. Devenish and Co. and Jas. Goldie, wine and spirit merchant: from Red Lion Inn, Church Street, to No. 36, High East Street, Dorchester.

OFFICIAL  D/ASH:B/X  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X1  1743/4-1837

1 vol.; 3 docs.

Contents:
Minutes and accounts relating to workhouse set up in Dorchester for parishes of Holy Trinity, St. Peter's, and All Saints; at back: loose catalogue of articles at Dorchester Hospital sold by auction, 1837; account of poor of Holy Trinity Parish, 1817-1818; vestry minutes, 1818, and guardians accounts, 1817-1818.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X2  1789-1807

1 vol.

Contents:
Accounts of Robt. Lambert, Treasurer of Gaol Fund.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X3  1802-1819

1 vol.

Contents:
Correspondence and papers concerning the completion of sea wall, esplanade and statue of George III at Weymouth, 1802-1811: contributions from George III; mention of royal visits to Weymouth; mention of Coade-Sealy stone. Calendar of Prisoners, for Dorchester Assizes, 1819; bill for transport of boxes, 1816; sale particulars: Masterman estates in Corscombe, Portesham, Puddletown, 1793; papers of Committee of Dorchester and Fordington Relief Fund for poorer classes, 1854; prospectus of Wilts. & Dorset Banking Company, undated but 19th Century; appointment of school-master, Free School, Dorchester, 1815.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X4  1839-1866

3 documents

Contents:
Rules of Justices to Clerks Society, established, 1839; printed letter and list of reasons against Clerks to Justices Bill, 1866; notice about new editions of "Mr. Oke's Works", (legal), undated.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X5  1862, 1864

2 documents

Contents:
Act for better management of highways; act for amendments to former.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X6  1863

1 document

Contents:
Bill to prevent waywardens contracting for works in their own district.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X7  1863-1870

8 documents

Contents:
Dorchester Highway Board: printed poster from clerk to Dorchester Board ordering all landowners with lands abutting road to clear obstructions; correspondence and poster announcing specifications for letting and hauling materials 1863 and undated; general statements of accounts of Dorchester District Highway Board, 1866, 1870; blank bonds of Treasurer and Clerks to Highway Boards ? Dorchester; rough notes of securities given by Surveyor and Treasurer.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X8  1863-1873

7 documents

Contents:
Cerne Highway Board: Clerk to Cerne Highway Board to Melcombe Horsey Surveyor, ordering presentation of accounts, 1863; correspondence and bill and samples for seal for Cerne Board, 1863-1864; notice of meeting to obtain justices' approval for borrowing money for road improvements in Piddletrenthide parish, 1865; application to J.P. to summon Pulham overseers to petty sessions to command payment of their share of rate to Cerne Highway Board, 1873; order for payment of any money in hand for relief of poor to Treasurer of Board, 187?4.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X9  1866

2 documents

Contents:
Order of Council respecting regulations over contagious diseases in cattle.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X10  1870

1 document

Contents:
Act for Improvement of Yeovil Water Supplies.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X11  1884-1907

1 vol.

Contents:
Dorset Conservative Association: Minutes (1884-Jan 1885)
Southern Division 16 Jan 1885-1907

[no title]  D/ASH:B/X12  1891-1900

1 bdle.

Contents:
Dorset Horn Sheep Breeders Association: original certificate of incorporation and copy licence from Board of Trade, 1891; letter announcing Queen's consent to become patron, 1891; report and statement of accounts, 1891-1892; articles of agreement, with draft amendments and memoranda, 1891; notices of meeting and minutes, 1891-1899; notices of meeting and correspondence, 1898; correspondence about establishing society, 1891-1899; copies of Dorset County Chronicle, Western News and other newspaper cuttings about society, 1891; sheriff's notice to H.A.Huxtable, esq., County Clerk to proclaim holding of Assizes, 1899; bills: Andrews, Son and Huxtable and Association, 1891.

MISCELLANEOUS  D/ASH:B/Z  [n.d.]

[no title]  D/ASH:B/Z1  1822

1 document

Contents:
Copy of Taunton Courier and Western Advertiser.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/Z2  1833

1 document

Contents:
Copy of The English Chronicle and Whitehall Evening Post. (Part only).

[no title]  D/ASH:B/Z3  1850

1 document

Contents:
Letter of thanks from Emily A. Walters of Hazelbury Rectory to ? for donation to Hazelbury Clothing Fund.

[no title]  D/ASH:B/Z4  1801, (1805)

2 documents

Contents:
Letter of Thomas Masterman Hardy to his brother-in-law John Callard Manfield of Dorchester, attorney, describing the taking of Copenhagen by Nelson, 1801; facsimile letter, same to same, announcing the victory at Trafalgar and the death of Nelson, 1805. [The original of this letter is in the Record Office, ref: NJ 2].

[no title]  D/ASH:B/Z5  1804

3 documents

Contents:
Letter to Joseph Hardy of Portesham from Edward Boswell, Clerk to the Lieutenancy, asking for account of expenses incurred in erecting and watched beacon on Blackdown Hill, with 2 receipts of Wm. Boyt for money for watching.

[no title or date]  D/ASH:C

DEEDS  D/ASH:C/T  [n.d.]

FORDINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:C/T1  1782-1893

33 documents

Contents:
11-13 Holloway Road, formerly property in Cuckolds Row, bounded on west by dwellinghouse and malthouse and on north by road. (Property now site of Union Arms car park). (Adams, Biles, Lester, Foy, Bishop, Roberts, Mills, Raynold, Christopher, Hewer, Cull, Dufall, Davis, Damon, Keats). With papers including original will (and copy) of Mary Manuel of Fordington, widow, 1782, and copy wills of: Philip Bishop of Fordington, yeoman, 1833; Edward Foy of Dorchester, plasterer, 1833; John Foy of Dorchester, carpenter, 1838; William Hewer of Fordington, bricklayer, 1858.

UPWEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  D/ASH:C/T2  1675-1884

11 documents

Contents:
Taylors Cottage in Elwell Lane or Street (Beare, Townson, Gould, Chapple, Beale, Rogers, Christopher, Walker). With declaration of John Roper of Upwey, 1844; epitome of marriage settlement of John Culliford Hopkins of Upwey, miller, and Elizabeth Noake of Upwey, 1847; abstract of title, 1675-1844.

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