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Reference Q
Held by Somerset Archive and Record Service
Creators Somerset Quarter Sessions, c 1350-1971



ENROLMENT REGISTRATION AND DEPOSIT  Q\R  [n.d.]

OFFICERS' APPOINTMENTS AND DECLARATIONS  Q\RO  [n.d.]

Sheriff, Under-Sheriff  Q\ROs  [n.d.]

Copies of appointments of Sheriffs, with original appointments of Under-Sheriffs  Q\ROs/1  1847-1863

1 bdl.

Copies of appointments of Sheriffs, with original appointments of Under-Sheriffs, cont'd  Q\ROs/2  1864-1879

1 bdl.

Copies of appointments of Sheriffs, with original appointments of Under-Sheriffs, cont'd  Q\ROs/3  1880-1890

1 bdl.

Copies of appointments of Sheriffs, with original appointments of Under-Sheriffs, cont'd  Q\ROs/4  1891-1905

1 bdl.

Returning Officers  Q\ROr  [n.d.]

Appointment of returning officers for borough of Frome (appointed by the Sheriff)  Q\ROr/1  1832-1881

1 bdl.

Oaths taken by returning officers denying receipts of bribes, Minehead, Taunton, Frome and county elections, incl. Poll Clerk's oath, Frome, 1839  Q\ROr/2  1741-1841

1 bdl.

Coroners  Q\ROc  [n.d.]

Appointments of deputy coroners  Q\ROc/1  1843-1886

1 bdl.

Oaths taken by coroners  Q\ROc/2  1850, 1883

2 docts.

Militia and Deputy Lieutenants  Q\ROm  [n.d.]

Original declarations of qualification of deputy lieutenants and militia officers (giving original signatures of officers and [usually] their abode, parish in which their estate lay and annual value of estate)  Q\ROm/1  1758-1780

171 docts. in one file

Original declarations of qualification of deputy lieutenants and militia officers (giving original signatures of officers and [usually] their abode, parish in which their estate lay and annual value of estate), cont'd  Q\ROm/2  1875-1904

1 doct.

Enrolled copy,as Q/ROm/1. (with abode of officers stated)  Q\ROm/3  1758-1803

1 doct.

Enrolled copy,as Q/ROm/1. (with abode of officers stated), cont'd  Q\ROm/4  1803-1819

1 doct.

Enrolled copy, as Q/ROm/1. (with abode of officers stated), cont'd  Q\ROm/5  1820-1829

1 doct.

Enrolled copy, as Q/ROm/1. (with abode of officers stated), cont'd  Q\ROm/6  1829-1837

1 doct.

Enrolled copy, as Q/ROm/1. (with abode of officers stated), cont'd  Q\ROm/7  1837-1858

1 doct.

POOR LAW UNIONS  Q\RPu  [n.d.]

Orders creating the Poor Law Unions for Somerset, with orders outlining the methods of administration and organisation of the Unions, 1835-1836  Q\RPu/1-3  [n.d.]

Contents:
One complete set has been kept for Axbridge Union. In all other cases the orders creating Unions and order relating to meetings of Guardians, duties of officers, etc., have been preserved

Axbridge, Bath, Beaminster (co. Dorset), Bedminster, Bradford (co. Wilts.), Bridgwater  Q\RPu/1  1835-1836

1 bdl.

Chard, Clutton, Dulverton, Frome, Keynsham, Langport, Mere (co. Wilts.)  Q\RPu/2  1835-1836

1 bdl.

Shepton Mallet, Sherborne (co. Dorset), Taunton, Wellington, Wells, Williton, Wincanton, Yeovil  Q\RPu/3  1835-1836

1 bdl.

Various  [no ref. or date]

Return to P.L. Commissioners relating to filiation and removal orders made at Quarter Sessions, 1834-1835  Q\RPu/4  1836

5 docts.

Notifications of the appointment of assistant P.L. Commissioners  Q\RPu/5  1839-1846

12 docts.

RELIGION AND SECURITY OF THE REALM  Q\RR  1673-1910

OATHS AND DECLARATIONS  [no ref. or date]

Sacrament Certificates, Oaths and Declarations  Q\RRsc  1673-1750

17 bundles

Contents:
The certificates give the style of each person taking the sacrament, and signatures of the minister, churchwardens and witnesses.
A certificate to the effect that the sacrament had been received was required by the Test Act, 25 Charles II, c.2 (1673), to be given into court by all persons appointed to public office. (Further details of this Act and its successors appear under the various forms of oath below). Sacrament certificates begin to appear in the Quarter Sessions rolls soon after 1750.

Declaration by persons holding office not to use authority to injure the Established Church  Q\RRd  1828-1910

8 rolls

Contents:
For the years 1858-66 and 1867 there are two rolls (included in the above total) containing oaths of allegiance. From 1859 onwards the oaths and declarations are combined into one roll. Although the majority of person subscribing to the declaration are J.P's., it is also subscribed to by parsons and occasionally by holders of other offices.
The declaration is in the form set out in 9 Geo.IV.c.17 (1828), which repealed several acts imposing the necessity of receiving the sacrament as a qualification for certain offices.
The declaration is in the form out in 9 Geo. IV.c.17 (1828), which repealed several acts imposing the necessity of receiving the sacrament as a qualification for certain offices.

Oaths of allegiance and supremacy, abjuration, etc., and declarations not to injure the Established Church  Q\RRoa  1673-1858

44 rolls

Contents:
The rolls are in two forms, the originals, with signatures and sometimes style and abode, and the registers, written up from the former with name, style and abode. The latter do not form a continuous series, and stop altogether after 1724. (1673-1707 (1708-1714, registers only), 1714-24, 1726-28, 1732-34, 1743-49, 1751, 1753-1858).
Under the Test Act, 25 Charles II, c.2 (1673), persons delivering sacrament certificates into court were required also to subscribe to the oaths of allegiance and supremacy, and to a declaration denying the doctrine of transubstantiation. The Act provided that two registers should be made, one for the oaths, and one for the declaration; but in Somerset the two were combined.
Under the Act I Wm. and Mary, c.8 (1689), the old oaths of allegiance and supremacy were abrogated and new oaths substituted.
Under the Act I Geo.I, c.13 (1714), the oath of abjuration (see below) was altered and added to the oaths' of allegiance and supremacy.
Under the Act 6 Geo.III, c.53 (1766), the oath of abjuration was slightly altered on account of the death of the Old Pretender.
Under the Act 9 Geo.IV, c.17 (1828), certificates were no longer required, declarations not to injure the Established Church taking their place. This had no effect on the rolls, as the delivery clause had been omitted since circa 1732.
After 1830, denial of transubstantiation was omitted.

Oaths of Association  Q\RRo/1  1696-1702

1 roll

Contents:
Original signatures only.
Under the Act of Association, 7-8 Wm. III, c.27 (1696), every person holding office was to subscribe to the form of a 'Solemn Association for better preservation of His Majesty's royal person and government'. This was made void under the Act I Anne, c.22 (1702)

Oaths of Abjuration  Q\RRo/2  1702-1707

1 roll

Contents:
Original signatures only.
Under the Act 13-14 Wn.III, c.6 (1702), every person holding office was to subscribe to an oath abjuring allegiance to the Old Pretender.

Oaths of allegiance, etc., by Foreign Protestants  Q\RRo/3  1709-11

1 roll

Contents:
Eight original signatures.
The Act for naturalising foreign protestants (7 Anne, c.5) was passed in 1708 to encourage immigration for the advance of the wealth of the nation. Foreign protestants, provided that they had received the sacrament in a protestant congregation, were deemed naturalised subjects after subscribing to the forms of oaths contained in Act 6 Anne, c.78 (1707). The former Act was repealed for nearly all practical purposes by Act 10 Anne, c.9 (1711).

Oaths of allegiance, etc., of protestant dissenters under the Toleration Act  Q\RRo/4  1689

1 roll

Contents:
Original signatures only.
The Toleration Act (1 Wn. and Mary, c.18) of 1688 provided, amongst other things, for the taking of oaths by protestant dissenters.

Dissenting Ministers' subscription to the Thirty-Nine Articles  Q\RRo/5  1689-1774

2 rolls

Contents:
Original signatures only.
These are the Thirty-Nine Articles to which the whole clergy were forced to subscribe by the Act of 13 Eliz. c.12 (1571). Dissenting ministers so subscribing were exempted by Act I Wm. and Mary, c.18 (1688) from certain penalties contained in Act 17 Charles II, c.2 (1665) and several succeeding Acts.

Dissenting Ministers' oaths of allegiance  Q\RRo/6  1779-1815

2 rolls

Contents:
Presumably, these are dissenting ministers' oath rolls, but neither is headed. Each bears original signatures, and in the second roll is given the place or district in which the preacher is acting.
Provision for the relief of dissenting ministers from certain disabilities arising from their unwillingness to subscribe to the Thirty-Nine Articles was made under the Act 19 Geo.III, c.44 (1779).

Dissenting ministers' oaths of allegiance, supremacy and abjuration and declarations of Christian faith, etc  Q\RRo/7  1814-1859

48 docts.

Contents:
Original signatures with abodes.
Provision for these oaths was made in Acts 10 Anne, c.6 (1711), 19 Geo.III, c.44 (1778-9) and 52 Geo.III, c.155 (1812).

Declaration denying doctrine of transubstantiation  Q\RRo/8  1743

5 docts.

Contents:
Declaration by 'reputed papists', presumably to clear them of that charge. Signatures, style and abode given.
Under a clause in the Act 1 Geo.I, c.13 (1714), persons suspected of being 'dangerous or disaffected' might be brought before two or more magistrates and asked to subscribe to the oaths of allegiance, etc.

Papists' oaths of allegiance, etc  Q\RRo/9  1778-1785

1 roll

Contents:
Original signatures only.
Given under Act 18 Geo.III, c.60 (1777-8).

Papists' oaths of allegiance and abjuration and declarations of Roman Catholic faith  Q\RRo/10  1791-1809

1 roll

Contents:
Original signatures only & places of residence
Given under Acts 31 Geo.III, c.32 (1790-1) and 43 Geo.III, c.30 (1802-3).

Forms of oaths  Q\RRo/11  [n.d.]

Contents:
Membranes made out for use as oath rolls.

Papists Estates  Q\RRp  1717-1788


Related information: For subsequent deeds see DD/AH 39

Contents:
Under Act 1 Geo. I st.2 c.55 (1714-16) papists were required to register their estates with the clerk of the peace of the county in which they lay. The schedules of lands give details of tenement, field names, occupiers, rents and state the type of tenure (fee simple, leaseheld, copy-hold) The separate rolls of individual estates have warrants of attorney attached

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/1  1717

Wm. Gildon of Chideock [co. Dorset]. gent: 2 tens. at Holt, Witham Friary (leased from Wyndham family)  Q\RRp/1/1  1717

Jos. Pearce of Wells, innholder: "The Swan" Inn, Sadler Street, Wells (leased from Wells Corp.)  Q\RRp/1/2  1717

Jonas Bowrne of Wells, mercer: mess. and stable on n. side of High Street, 2 cotts. in New St. and 2 a. in Wells (under lease of 1000 years): 1½ a. at Wookey Hole, Wells St. Cuthbert (leased from Comes Family)  Q\RRp/1/3  1717

Jn. Hussey of Marnhull [co. Dorset], esq.: The Parsonage Ho., Bath St. James (leased from Bath Corp.): 1 a. of Old Auster in Manor and Parish of Mark (copyhold - Fownes, Ld. of Manor)  Q\RRp/1/4  1717

Jn. Taunton of West Lydford, aged 72: messuages and c.70 a. in W. Lydford (leased from Colston family): mess. and c.40 a. in manor and parish of West Lydford (copyhold) house and 26 a. in Baltonsborough (under leases of 1000 years): mess. and c.60 a. in Barton St. David (freehold): c.40 a. in Barton St. David and Keinton Mandeville (under leases of 840 years): 6 a. in E. Lydford (freehold and leased from Waldegrave family)  Q\RRp/1/5  1717

Joyce Sheppard of Weston nr. Bath, spr., house in Weston nr. Bath (leased from Boyce family)  Q\RRp/1/6  1717

Thos. Taunton, of West Lydford, yeo., c.20 a. in manor and parish of West Lydford (leasehold and copyhold; Colston, Ld. of the Manor)  Q\RRp/1/7  1717

Jn. Horton of Woolverton, gent: Manor of Woolverton in Woolverton, Tellisford, Lullington, Rode and N. Bradley [co. Wilts], (freehold)  Q\RRp/1/8  1717

Jn. Molins of Hull, Horsington, gent., cap. mess. called Goathill, farm and lands etc. in Goathill (incl mill); 4 a. in Milborne Port; 2 tens. at Hull, Horsington (all freehold); estates in Goathill and Charlton Horethorne (leased from Lambert & Hannam families respectively)  Q\RRp/1/9  1717

Fras. Carne of Bath, gent.: House in Stalle St. Bath (in which he lives and which has been a lodging house for many years, leased from Bath Corp.): 2 tens. in Bath (leased from the Hospital of St. John & Boyce family)  Q\RRp/1/10  1717

Jn. Stibbs of Bath. gent., mess and 14 a. in Twiverton als. Twerton (leased from Bridges & Hagler families)  Q\RRp/1/11  1717

Fras. Cottington, of Fonthill Gifford [co. Wilts.] esq., mess. called Brewham Lodge (extra-parochila) and 100 a. of wood in Brewham (freehold)  Q\RRp/1/12  1717

Mary Barnes of Stourton[co. Wilts], ten. in North Brewham (leased from Fownes family)  Q\RRp/1/13  1717

Thos. Stourton, esq.: The manor of Bonham in Stourton [co. Wilts] (freehold)  Q\RRp/1/14  1717

Contents:
Gasper and Bonham although within the civil parish of Stourton [co. Wilts] remained within Somerset until 1888.

Walt. Barnes, gent., cap. mess. called Rode in Gasper, mess. and land in the lithing of Gasper, Stourton. (freehold)  Q\RRp/1/15  1717

Contents:
Gasper and Bonham although within the civil parish of Stourton [co. Wilts] remained within Somerset until 1888.

Hen. Wall of Stourton [co. Wilts]: mess. and 2 a. in Queen Camel  Q\RRp/1/16  1717

Wm. Richardson of Gasper, Stourton[co. Wilts]: mess. and land in Gasper within the manor of Bonham (leased from Stourton family)  Q\RRp/1/17  1717

Thos. Davies of Stour Provost [co. Dorset], gent., mess and 2 a. in Stourton (co. Somerset] (leasehold from Stourton family)  Q\RRp/1/18  1717

Margt. Coffin, of N. Cadbury, wid., estate in N. Cadbury (leased from Bull family)  Q\RRp/1/19  1717

Chas. Fairfax of York, esq., annuity on lands in Milborne Port, Kingsbury Regis, Weeke, Horethorne and Lidlinch in Somerset and Dorset  Q\RRp/1/20  1717

Thos Knoyle of Sandford Orcas, gent., mess.s called Emblems ten. Palmers Barne and Deppars, Sandford Orcas (leased from Webster family)  Q\RRp/1/21  1717

Dorothy Greene: pc. of mess. at Willet, Elworthy  Q\RRp/1/22  1717

Margt. Harvey of Wootton Warren [co. Warwick.]. wid.: mess. and c. 85 a. (incl. Old Fair place) at Stavourdale, Wincanton  Q\RRp/1/23  1717

Elia Pearce of Wells, baker: 2 mess.s on n. side of High St. and mess in Mill Lane, Wells (leased from Wells Corp. and freehold)  Q\RRp/1/24  1717

Edm. Southcott, of Blyborough [co. Lincs] esq., Rectory of Bradford-on-Tone (trust estate)  Q\RRp/1/25  1717

Giles Chichester: annuity on Leighland barton, Old Cleeve  Q\RRp/1/26  1717

Margt. & Mary Green: mess at Willet in Elworthy. (leasehold)  Q\RRp/1/27  1717

Robt. Rowe of Leighland, Old Cleeve, esq., cap. mess called Leighland and land in Old Cleeve and Carhampton (freehold): unspecified lands in Bishops Hull (12 a.), Wilton (30), Trull (14 a. all within the manor of Taunton Deane  Q\RRp/1/28  1717

Wm. Knight, sen. of Cannington: 2 mess.s in Bridgwater (freehold and leased from Ld. Waldegrave): 2 Mess.s and 65 a. in Cannington (leased from Ld. Clifford): Unspecified lands in Woolavington (34 a.), Shapwick (8 a.) (leased from Hales family)  Q\RRp/1/29  1717

Hon. Thos. Clifford, esq., cap. mess. and c.230 a. of demesne land in Cannington; The manor of Oare and "fishing tenants at Stolford" (freehold): Stert Warren and Warren House, Stogursey (leased from Bampfylde family): tens. and lands in Cannington (incl. Rodway farm, 2 mills an the White Horse Inn), Over and Nether Stowey, Pawlett, Spaxton, at Kilcolts Oak in Fiddington and Halsway Cross, Bicknoller (freehold)  Q\RRp/1/30  1717

Mary Evans of Wells, spr.: tens. and lands at Crockhorn Hill in Portuay, Upper and Lower Burcott, Dulcot, Hanger Bach, Weeke Bridge, all in Wells St. Cuthbert; mess. called The College, St. Andrews Liberty, Wells (all freehold)  Q\RRp/1/31  1717

Jn. Acton of Hindley [co. Lance], gent.; mess. and 46 a. in manor of Milton Falconbridge, Martock (copyhold)  Q\RRp/1/32  1717

Geo. Kenton of Shepton Mallet, clothworker; mess. (freehold) and land in manor and parish of Shepton Mallet (copyhold)  Q\RRp/1/32  1717

Giles Green-of Morchard Bishop [co. Devon] gent., 2 mess.s and 80 a. at Willet, Elworthy  Q\RRp/1/32  1717

Humphry Steare, of London, gent: manor and cap. mess. of Sandford Bickford in Wembdon (rooms specified) with the rectory and tithes of Wembdon (leasehold); land in Old Mixon, Bleadon (freehold): 3 mess.s in Bridgwater (freehold and leasehold of Harvey family); interest in mess in Milverton mortgaged by Jn. Newton of Wiveliscombe  Q\RRp/1/33  1717

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/2  1717

Jn. Cottington of Godmanston, Pitcombe esq. The manor or Lordship of Discove Godmanston Holy fathers in Bruton, Shepton Montague and Pitcombe: cap. mess. called Godmanston (freehold)  [no ref.]  1717

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/3  1717

Sam. James of East Harptree, yeo: mess.s called Waterside House and Randals, E. Harptree (freehold)  Q\RRp/3/1  1717

Jas. Ld. Waldegrave: Manor and Hundred of Chewton, mess. and lands in Chewton, Ston Easton, Radstock, Midsomer Norton and Mells: Manor of Spaxton in Spaxton, Cannington, Fiddington, Durleigh, and Aisholt: the advowsons of Spaxton and Fiddington: Manor of Wheathill, in Wheathill, Lydford, Babcary, and Lovington; advowson of Wheathill: Manor of Preston Plucknett in Preston P., Brympton and Yeovil; Manor of Aley in Over Stowey, Aisholt and Cannington, Manor of Sheverton in Stogursey and Stringston: Manor of Purificheat in Wembdon, Bridgwater and Cannington; Manor of Edington: Manor of Wellesley in Wells St. Cuthbert:Manor of Harnham in Oake: Manor of Raddington (incl. Brewers Mill), advowson of Raddington (freehold)  Q\RRp/3/2  1717

Hen. Ld. Arundell; Manor of S. Petherton (incl. The George Inn and profits of the fair): Manor and advowson of Kingsdon  Q\RRp/3/3  1717

Jn. James of East Harptree, yeo.: mess.s called Forlongs and Parks, E. Harptree (freehold)  Q\RRp/3/4  1717

Jn. Taunton of Bristol, shipwright: mess. in East St., Bedminster formerly occupied by Rich. Webb, gunsmith, later Jn. Stephens then Jn. Roberts, both weavers (freehold): annuity on lands in Charlton Mackrell  Q\RRp/3/5  1717

Ann Poyntz of Dunster, wid., estate called Foremarsh, Carhampton (trust estate)  Q\RRp/3/6  1717

Hon Hen. Waldegrave, esq. son of the 2nd. Ld. Waldegrave, annuity on the manors of Woodford, Dulcote, Hawdens, Wesbury, Harnham, Aley, Aisholt, Chewton, Idstock, Purificheat  Q\RRp/3/7  1717


Related information: See also Q/RRp/3/3. above.

Joan and Maud Stodden, of Stogursey, sprs.: mess called Blinmans at Shurton, Stogursey (freehold): 16 a. at Hornibeare, Lilstock (leased from Doddington family): mess. at Shurton, Stogursey (leased from Waldegrave family)  Q\RRp/3/8  1717

Contents:
Endorsements on roll 19
Margt. Woolmer of Wells, wid.: 15 a. in Wells St. Cuthbert (life estate)
Sam. Rich of Woodbridge in Holwell esq.: Woodbridge farm and tens. called Bretts, Andrewes, Crockers, Combs, Youngs and Chaffeys (freehold); prob. all in Holwell, a detached part of the county in Dorset.
Eliz. Rich, wife of Sam. Rich; annuity on lands as above.

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/4  1719

Anthony Carew of Shockerwick, Bathford, gent.: cap. mess. called Shockerwick farm and adj. mess.s and lands all in Bathford (freehold) [n.b. document badly torn]  [no ref.]  1719

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/5  1720

Eliz. Greene, wid. of Gabriel Greene of Morchard Bishop (co. Devon) gent. decd.: mess. and land at Willet, Elworthy and land at Marsh, Wincanton (freehold)  Q\RRp/5/1  1720

Dorothy Greene, spr. (dau. of Q/RRp/5/1 above); moiety of lands and mess. similar to Q/RRp/5/1 above  Q\RRp/5/2  1720

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/6  1721

George Arundell and Cath, his wife: the other moiety as in Q/RRp/5/2 above  [no ref.]  1721

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/7  1724

Jn. Morse of Ashcott, yeo. aged 73: mess.s and lands in Ashcott (freehold)  Q\RRp/7/1  1724

Eliz. Godolph of Coulston [co. Wilts] wid.: Yarlington farm, Yarlington, Foxcombe farm, Castle Cary; tens. in Ilchester (freehold)  Q\RRp/7/2  1724

Jas. Tooker of Lincoln's Inn [co. Middx.] esq.: ten. at Downside, 1 a. at Whitnell (freehold); mess. in Manor of Midsomer Norton (leasehold) all in Midsomer Norton  Q\RRp/7/3  1724

Jn. Tooker of Norton Hall, Midsomer Norton: mess. called Norton Hall; mess. at Norton Downe and the Manor of Midsomer Norton  Q\RRp/7/4  1724

Geo. and Jn. Knipe of Simbley [co. Wilts.] gents. Jenninges ten., land nr. Compton Mill and land all in Kingston Yeovil, Yeovil (leasehold)  Q\RRp/7/5  1724

Jos. Taunton, Milborne Port, tanner: mess. and tanyard, Milborne Port: part of estate called Bowe and annuity on land both in Henstridge (freehold)  Q\RRp/7/6  1724

Archilans Dinghurst of Castle Cary, tanner: mess. and 32 a. in Manor and parish of North Brewham (leasehold)  Q\RRp/7/7  1724

Mary Barnes of Gasper [co. Somerset] within Stourton [co. Wilts.] spr.: Bonham Grounds (17 a.) in Gasper (leashold) in Stourton [co. Wilts] [see footnote to Q/RRp/1/14 and Q/RRp/1/15 above]  Q\RRp/7/8  1724

Thos. Taunton of West Lydford, mercer: mess.s and lands in E. and W. Lydford, Baltonsborough, Barton St. David and Keinton Mandeville  Q\RRp/7/9  1724

Grace Dillon of Catcott, wid.: Hickes ten. in manor and parish of Burnham; land at Catcott Burtle (leasehold)  Q\RRp/7/10  1724

Jn. Courtenay of West Molland [co. Devon] esq. and his children Geo., Jas., Anne, Mary and Eliz.: Manor of Sampford Brett, in SampfordBrett, Williton (St. Decumans) incl. Torweston Mill, SampfordBrett: Manor of Culver Clift Watchet in St. Decumans and tens. and lands incl. tens. called Quarum Kitner and Horse Combe in Cutcombe, Aishe farm and Nethercot in Winsford, Netherspire and Ludcombe in Dulverton: Cap. mess. of Torweston, Sampford Brett and lands in St. Decumans and Stogumber: East Horwood farm, Luccombe, Cutcombe and Timberscombe: (trust estate)  Q\RRp/7/11  1724


Related information: See also Q/RRp/23 below

Jn. Marler of Yeovil, glover: 2 mess. in Yeovil (one lying in Kingston Yeovil) (freehold)  Q\RRp/7/12  1724

Mary Carne of Huntspill, spr.: c.50 a. within the Manors of Huntspill, Aston Morris and the manor belonging to Thos. Palmer [ie. Huntspill Verney] all in Huntspill (leasehold): mess. and lands in Hutton and Bleadon (freehold)  Q\RRp/7/13  1724

Wm. Carne of Huntspill gent. [son of 13 above]: mess.s and lands in Huntspill, Burnham and Trent [now co. Dorset]  Q\RRp/7/14  1724

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/8  1727

Bridget Hoskins, wid. of Peter Hoskens of Eberton [co. Dorset]: 2 mess.s in Wells, one lying in Sadler St. (freehold)  [no ref.]  1727

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/9  1726

Draft copy of Q/RRp/8 above  [no ref.]  1726

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/10  1726

Hen. Ld. Arundell: lands as in Q/RRp/3 no.3. above  [no ref.]  1726

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/11  1731

Hugh, Ld. Clifford: lands as in Q/RRp/1 no. 30. above  [no ref.]  1731

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/12  1731, 1732

Hen., Jas., Hannah, Wm., and Jn. Beaumont all of Ston Easton  [no ref.]  1731, 1732

Contents:
(a) Hen. Beaumont, copy of his will, 1730.
(b) Jas. Beaumont; 8½ a. in Wells St. Cuthbert.
(c) Hannah Beaumont (wid. of (a) above): moiety of estate in Ston Easton; mess. in New St., Wells; land in Wells; mess. in Barrow Gurney.
(d) Wm. Beaumont; land in Ston Easton.
(e) Jn. Beaumont; land in Wells St. Cuthbert, 1732.

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/13  1734

Robt. James, Ld. Petre: Manor of Tatworth, Chard (incl. fulling and water mills) (freehold) with copy  [no ref.]  1734

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/14  1740

Thos. Cornwall of Buckland [co. Hereford] gent., and Phillipa, his wife: 17 a. in Stogursey Marsh, Stogursey (freehold)  [no ref.]  1740

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/15  1743

Jn. Rowe of Leighland, Old Cleeve, esq.: lands as in Q/RRp/1 no.28. with 2 tens. in Elworthy  [no ref.]  1743

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/16  1746

Hen. Ld. Arundell: land as in Q/RRp/3 no.3  [no ref.]  1746

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/17  1749

Hugh, Ld. Clifford: Manor and Hundred of Cannington; cap. mess. called Court House, Cannington and lands etc. as in Q/RRp/1 no.30. and Q/RRp/11 above  [no ref.]  1749

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/18  1760

Jn. Arundell of Benfield Park, Corscombe [co Dorset]. esq.; mess and land as in Q/RRp/6  [no ref.]  1760

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/19  1761

Hen. Ld Arundell: land as in Q/RRp/3 no.3. above  [no ref.]  1761

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/20  1763

Robt. Edward, Ld. Petre, Baron of Writtle [co. Essex]: land etc. as in Q/RRp/13 above  [no ref.]  1763

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/21  1767

Thos. Taunton, of Axminster [co. Devon] esq.: 2 mess.s in Barton St. David (freehold.)  [no ref.]  1767

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/22  1775

Jn. Arundell of Benfield Park, Corscombe [co. Dorset], esq.: mess. called Willet and mess. both in Elworthy; Churchhayes Leaze, at Marsh Court, Wincanton  [no ref.]  1775

Papists Estates  Q\RRp/23  1788

Anna Maria Throckmorton of Bath, wid. lands etc. as in Q/RRp/7 no.14 excl. advowson of Sampford Brett and cap. mess. called Torweston, SampfordBrett  [no ref.]  1788

Registers of members of Roman Catholic Holy Orders  Q\RRj  [n.d.]

Under Act 10, Geo. IV c.7 (1829), Jesuits and members of other Roman Catholic orders were required to register with the authorities. A register comprising name, age, place of birth, order and what place of residence of the party with name and usual place of residence of the next superior of the order was drawn up from the original returns which have also survived. The majority of persons registered were English Benedictines at Downside College  Q\RRj/1-2  1829-1832

1 vol.
1 bndl.

Places of Worship  Q\RRw  [n.d.]

Correspondence, with copies of return of the Clerk of the Peace of places of worship of Protestant Dissenters, stating owner of house, parish and date of registration at the Quarter Sessions reciting from 1689-1845, together with copy of the relevant Act 15-16 Vit. (1852) c.36 and printed national summary of the returns  Q\RRw/1  1852-1853

Returns made of places of worship of protestant dissenters certified by the Bishop of Bath and Wells throughout, the archdeaconries of Bath and Wells, 1850, as required under Act 52 Geo. III c.155  Q\RRw/2  1827-1853

Certificates granted by the Justices for places of worship: Minehead, Clevedon, both 1828; Walcot, 1840; Bathampton 1843; Ston Easton, 1844  Q\RRw/3  1828-1844

Miscellaneous  Q\RRz  [n.d.]

Presentments made by tithing men from the Hundreds of Wells Forum and Glaston 12 Hides of reputed papists within their tithings with orders to the Constables of the Hundreds by the Quarter Sessions  Q\RRz/1  1743

1 file

Magistrates' certificate of oath of office made by Thos. Collins of Minehead, tidewaiter, as required under Act 51 Geo. III c.71  Q\RRz/2  1819

JURIES AND JURORS  Q\RJ  [n.d.]

JURORS' BOOKS  Q\RJb  1697-1865

Conditions of access: Volume for 1840 not fit to be produced

Contents:
Volumes for 1697, 1748, 1752-1754, 1756-1766, 1810-1824, 1830-1843, 1845, 1847, 1865. The earliest gives name, parish or township within hundreds only. The occupation or status appear from 1748 and from 1812 notes of "Tyburn Tickets" and other exemptions are given. The Juries Act 1825 (6 Geo IV c.50) led to a new format which allowed for additional details (nature of qualification ie. poor rate freehold or leasehold, date of service, type of jury fines and age etc.) minor discrepancies between these books and the jury lists have been noted.

Jury Lists  Q\RJl  [n.d.]

Contents of boxes 1-4 repaired. The rest are generally fragile.


Related information: See also Jurors Books Q/RJb
Jury lists, one Somerset, one Devon, undated but probably 1663 - See DD/S/GLY/10/1-2

Contents:
Lists of jurors, Termed Hundred Juries, returned by the constables, giving at first name and abode but from the mid. 18th century including occupation and name of tithingman. A large number of panels for specific cases attached to writs of venire facias are included in the earlier bundles. 1608-1723 (fairly incomplete and in original hundredal bundles in generally poor condition), 1745-1808
Comprising incomplete series for each hundred: Andersfield 1765, Bath Forum 1787, Bempstone 1799, Bruton 1806, Carhampton 1797, Chewton 1796, Crewkerne 1782, N. Curry 1789, 1799, Hartcliffe and Bedminster 1800, Houndsborough 1797, 1807, Norton Ferris 1763, 1767, S. Petherton 1797, Pitney 1753, Stone 1803, Taunton Deane 1745, Wellow 1747, Wells Forum 1752, Whitley 1784, 1803, Whitestone 1767, Winterstoke 1756. Separate parishes, Baltonsborough 1752, Pitney 1789, Muchelney 1756, Brympton 1793, Yeovil Borough 1808, Yeovil Marsh 1806.
Very incomplete apart from those for 1768 which were handed to the Clerk of the Peace in 1823 by the representative of Mr Kirkpatrick a former Clerk of the Peace [see also Land Tax returns for 1766, 1767]. This latter, incomplete series and the complete series for 1810-1864 have been resorted from annual hundredal bundles to folders for each parish tithing. These are arranged alphabetically by hundreds (numbered Q/RJl/1-43) and by parishes within each hundred; tithings are listed as sub-units under the appropriate parish, but most, if not (see Q/RJb) all, were merged from 1825. The 3 city parishes of Bath are included from 1838. From 1825 additional details are given as in jury books.
JURY PANELS
Box 1. 1608-1619
Box 2. 1615-1619
Box 3. 1620-1625
Box 4. 1626-1629, 1631-1632
Box 5. 1633-1639, 1642, 1644
Box 6. 1645, 1650, 1654, 1656, 1659-1662, 1665-6, 1673-1676
Box 7. 1677-87
Box 8. 1688-1699
Box 9. 1700-1707
Box 10. 1708-1723

HUNDRED OF ABDICK & BULSTONE  Q\RJl/1  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ASHILL  Q\RJl/1/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: BEERCROCOMBE  Q\RJl/1/2  1768, 1810-1813, 1815-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812
2 copies 1812

Parish/tithing: BICKENHALL  Q\RJl/1/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1816

Parish/tithing: BRADON (NORTH & SOUTH)  Q\RJl/1/4  1810-1828, 1830-1832 1834-1859 1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Until 1825 returns for North and South separate, thereafter composite

Parish/tithing: BROADWAY  Q\RJl/1/5  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Parish/tithing: Capland  Q\RJl/1/5(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813
Capland included from 1825

Parish/tithing: BUCKLAND ST. MARY  Q\RJl/1/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: Combeland, West  Q\RJl/1/6(a)  1810-1811, 1814-1820, 1823-1824


Related information: See also Q/RJl/30/2

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1817
West Combeland incl. from 1827

Parish/tithing: CRICKET MALHERBIE  Q\RJl/1/7  1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: CURLAND  Q\RJl/1/8  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: CURRY MALLETT  Q\RJl/1/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813

Parish/tithing: CURRY RIVEL  Q\RJl/1/10  1768, 1810-1860

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: DONYATT  Q\RJl/1/11  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: DOWLISH, WEST  Q\RJl/1/12  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: DRAYTON  Q\RJl/1/13  1768, 1810-1861, 1863


Related information: See also Q/RJl/31/1a.

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812
Returns for 1825-1861 1863 incl. Midelney

Parish/tithing: EARNSHILL  Q\RJl/1/14  1811-1824, 1863

Parish/tithing: FIVEHEAD  Q\RJl/1/15  1768, 1810-1853 1855-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812 1814
From 1824 includes Cathanger, for which see Q/REl/41/14(a)

Parish/tithing: HATCH BEAUCHAMP  Q\RJl/1/16  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: ILMINSTER  Q\RJl/1/17  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Included from 1825 (a) - (d)

Parish/tithing: Church  Q\RJl/1/17(a)  1810-1814, 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: Hilcombe  Q\RJl/1/17(b)  1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Horton  Q\RJl/1/17(c)  1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Winterhay  Q\RJl/1/17(d)  1810-1815, 1817 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: ILTON  Q\RJl/1/18  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: ISLE ABBOTS  Q\RJl/1/19  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: Stewley  Q\RJl/1/19(a)  1810-1824 (no one liable to serve on Juries for (1810-1824)

Contents:
Stewley incl. from 1825

Parish/tithing: ISLE BREWERS  Q\RJl/1/20  1768, 1810-1853, 1855-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: PUCKINGTON  Q\RJl/1/21  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: STAPLE FITZPAINE  Q\RJl/1/22  1768, 1810-1859, 1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: STOCKLINCH (Ottersey & Magdalene)  Q\RJl/1/23  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813
To 1825 returns composite thereafter separate

Parish/tithing: SWELL  Q\RJl/1/24  1768, 1811-1813, 1815-1851, 1855-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1816

Parish/tithing: WHITELACKINGTON  Q\RJl/1/25  1768, 1810-1861 1863

Contents:
Atherstone incl. from 1825

Parish/tithing: Atherstone  Q\RJl/1/25(a)  1817-1818

HUNDRED OF ANDERSFIELD  Q\RJl/2  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BROOMFIELD  Q\RJl/2/1  1765, 1768 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1823

Parish/tithing: CHILTON TRINITY  Q\RJl/2/2  1825, 1827-1850, 1852-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: CREECH ST MICHAEL  Q\RJl/2/3  1765, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: DURLEIGH  Q\RJl/2/4  1765, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1816 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: ENMORE  Q\RJl/2/5  1765, 1768 1810-1819, 1821-1822 1824-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1815-1819, 1821-1822 1824

Parish/tithing: Blaxhold  Q\RJl/2/5(a)  1820, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1820, 1823-1824
Incl. from 1825

Parish/tithing: Lexworthy  Q\RJl/2/5(b)  1820, 1824

Parish/tithing: GOATHURST  Q\RJl/2/6  1765, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1821

Parish/tithing: LYNG  Q\RJl/2/7  1765, 1768 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: SPAXTON  Q\RJl/2/8  [n.d.]


Related information: and see Q/RJl/7/7

Merridge  Q\RJl/2/8(a)  1765, 1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1820 1822-1824

HUNDRED OF BATH FORUM  Q\RJl/3  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BATH ST JAMES  Q\RJl/3/1  1838-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BATH ST MICHAEL  Q\RJl/3/2  1838-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BATH ST PETER & PAUL  Q\RJl/3/3  1838-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BATHFORD  Q\RJl/3/4  1768, 1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BATHWICK  Q\RJl/3/5  1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1823

Parish/tithing: BATHEASTON  Q\RJl/3/6  1768, 1822-1857, 1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Documents include returns for 'Easton and Amoril' from 1822, see Q/RJl/16/2. From 1828 documents include returns for the 'Easton' part of 'Easton and Catherine'

Easton and Catherine  Q\RJl/3/6(a)  1768, 1787, 1810

Parish/tithing: ST CATHERINE  Q\RJl/3/7  1828-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Separated from Easton & Catherine, 1828 Earlier dates, see Q/RJl/3/6 above

Parish/tithing: FRESHFORD  Q\RJl/3/8  1768, 1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1815, 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: KELSTON  Q\RJl/3/9  1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1817 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: LANGRIDGE  Q\RJl/3/10  1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1864

Parish/tithing: MONKTON COMBE  Q\RJl/3/11  1768, 1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1815, 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: STOKE, NORTH  Q\RJl/3/12  1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1819-1820 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: STOKE, SOUTH  Q\RJl/3/13  1768, 1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1817, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: SWAINSWICK  Q\RJl/3/14  1787, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: WALCOT (part 1)  Q\RJl/3/15/1  1768, 1787, 1810, 1812-1838

Contents:
Ages given: 1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: WALCOT (part 2)  Q\RJl/3/15/2  1839-1861 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: WESTON  Q\RJl/3/16  1768, 1787, 1810-1858, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1860-1861

Parish/tithing: LYNCOMBE & WIDCOMBE  Q\RJl/3/17  1768, 1787, 1810-1821

Contents:
Ages given: 1823-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: WOOLLEY  Q\RJl/3/18  1787, 1810-1812, 1860-1861, 1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1859

HUNDRED OF BEMPSTONE  Q\RJl/4  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicate in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: ALLERTON  Q\RJl/4/1  1768, 1799 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813 1817

Parish/tithing: BIDDISHAM  Q\RJl/4/2  1768, 1799, 1810-1817, 1819-1861, 1863

Contents:
Documents for the years 1810-1816, 1821-1822, 1824, marked 'Biddisham & Tarnock'

Parish/tithing: BREAN  Q\RJl/4/3  1799, 1810-1817 1819-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813

Parish/tithing: BURNHAM  Q\RJl/4/4  1768, 1799 1810-1861, 1863


Related information: See Q/RJl/42/5(a) and Q/RJl/4/7(c) below also

Contents:
Ages given: 1811 1813-1823
Returns from 1825 incorp. 'Worston', returns from 1816 incorp. 'Burnham Moor'.

Parish/tithing: Worston  Q\RJl/4/4(a)  1768, 1799 1810-1815, 1817, 1819-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1815 1817, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Alston Morris  Q\RJl/4/4al  1768, 1799 1810-1815, 1817, 1819-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1815 1817, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: MARK  Q\RJl/4/5  1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863 incorp. Mark East and Mark Moor

Parish/tithing: Mark, East  Q\RJl/4/5(a)  1768, 1799 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814

Parish/tithing: Mark, Moor  Q\RJl/4/5(b)  1768, 1799, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814

Parish/tithing: WEARE  Q\RJl/4/6  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/42/22 for Lower Weare (incl. here from 1825

Parish/tithing: Weare, Upper  Q\RJl/4/6(a)  1768, 1799, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1817 1820

Parish/tithing: WEDMORE  Q\RJl/4/7  1768, 1799 1810-1861, 1863


Related information: See also Q/RJl/15/8

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1817
Returns from 1811 incl. Borough and from 1825 Blackford, and Churchland.

Parish/tithing: Borough  Q\RJl/4/7(a)  1810

Parish/tithing: Blackford  Q\RJl/4/7(b)  1768, 1799 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1818

Parish/tithing: Burnham Moor  Q\RJl/4/7(c)  1810-1813, 1815


Related information: See Q/RJl/4/4 above.

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813, 1815
Returns from 1816 with Burnham

Parish/tithing: Churchland  Q\RJl/4/7(d)  1768, 1799, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813 1815-1818, 1824

HUNDRED OF BRENT WITH WRINGTON  Q\RJl/5  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BERROW  Q\RJl/5/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1821

Parish/tithing: BRENT, EAST  Q\RJl/5/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1816-1817

Parish/tithing: BRENT, SOUTH (Brent Knoll)  Q\RJl/5/3  1768, 1810-1811, 1813-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1817

Parish/tithing: BURRINGTON  Q\RJl/5/4  1768, 1810-1841, 1843-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: LYMPSHAM  Q\RJl/5/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816

Parish/tithing: WRINGTON  Q\RJl/5/6  1768, 1811-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1818
Returns from 1816 incl. Broadfield

Parish/tithing: Broadfield  Q\RJl/5/6(a)  1768, 1811, 1814

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

HUNDRED OF BRUTON  Q\RJl/6  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing:BREWHAM, NORTH  Q\RJl/6/1  1806, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1813-1817, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: BREWHAM, SOUTH  Q\RJl/6/2  1768, 1806, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: BRUTON  Q\RJl/6/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1818, 1821-1823
Returns from 1825 incl. Redlynch, Discove and Wyke Champflower. Two documents 1811 - one for whole of the Bruton Hundred.

Parish/tithing: Discove  Q\RJl/6/3(a)  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl/6/8

Contents:
No separate documents
To 1824 with Redlynch, from 1825 above.

CADBURY, NORTH  Q\RJl/6/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
No separate documents
Returns for 1810-1824, incorp. with 'Yarlington' Q/RJl/6/11 below

Parish/tithing: Woolston  Q\RJl/6/4(a)  [n.d.]

Contents:
Returns from 1825 with Q/RJl/9/7

EASTRIP (in Bruton)  Q\RJl/6/5  1820, 1825, 1858-1861, 1863

Contents:
Returns for 1819, 1821, 1823-1824 incorp. with Redlynch, Q/RJl/6/8 below

MILTON CLEVEDON  Q\RJl/6/6  1768, 1806, 1810-186, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1821-1824

PITCOMBE (+ COLE)  Q\RJl/6/7  1768, 1806, 1810-1820, 1822-1826, 1828-1860

Contents:
Ages given: 1816
Returns to 1825 incl. Wyke Champflower. Returns from 1828 incl. Hadspen

Parish/tithing: Hadspen  Q\RJl/6/7(a)  1806, 1810-1814, 1816-1827

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: REDLYNCH  Q\RJl/6/8  1806, 1810-1819, 1821, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1819, 1821, 1823-1824
Returns to 1824 incl. Discove. Returns for 1819, 1821, 1823 incl. Eastrip above.

Parish/tithing: UPTON NOBLE  Q\RJl/6/9  1806, 1810-1859, 1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1824

Parish/tithing: WYKE CHAMPFLOWER  Q\RJl/6/10  [n.d.]

Contents:
No separate documents
Returns to 1825 with Pitcombe above. Returns from 1825 with Bruton above.

Parish/tithing: YARLINGTON  Q\RJl/6/11  1768, 1806, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818 1822-1824
Returns for 1810-1824 incl. Woolston Q/RJl/6/4(a) above

HUNDRED OF CANNINGTON  Q\RJl/7  [n.d.]


Related information: For returns 1768 see Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: AISHOLT  Q\RJl/7/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: CANNINGTON  Q\RJl/7/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1823
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings below.

Parish/tithing: Chilton Trivett  Q\RJl/7/2(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
1825-1861, 1863 see above

Parish/tithing: Combwich  Q\RJl/7/2(b)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1820-1824
1825-1861, 1863 See above

Parish/tithing: Edstock & Beer  Q\RJl/7/2(c)  1812-1816, 1818-1857, 1858-1861, 1869

Parish/tithing: Orchard  Q\RJl/7/2(d)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
1825-1861, 1863 see above

Parish/tithing: Rodway  Q\RJl/7/2(e)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1823
1825-1861, 1863 see above multiple returns for 1812

Parish/tithing: CHARLINCH  Q\RJl/7/3  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Curry Pool  Q\RJl/7/3(a)  1768, 1810-1820, 1822-1823, 1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1829

Parish/tithing: FIDDINGTON  Q\RJl/7/4  1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: OTTERHAMPTON  Q\RJl/7/5  1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1818-1823

Parish/tithing: SPAXTON  Q\RJl/7/6  1768, 1810-1814, 1816-1861, 1863


Related information: and see Q/RJl/2/8(a

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: STOCKLAND BRISTOL  Q\RJl/7/7  1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1815, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: STOGURSEY  Q\RJl/7/8  1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863


Related information: See also Q/RJl/39/17(a

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1814, 1816, 1818-1820, 1822-1824
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings

Parish/tithing: Cock & Edstone  Q\RJl/7/8(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1820

Parish/tithing: Mouton  Q\RJl/7/8(b)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1817-1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: Shurton  Q\RJl/7/8(c)  1810-1816, 1818-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: Week  Q\RJl/7/8(d)  1810-1816, 1818-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1816, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: OVER STOWEY  Q\RJl/7/9  1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. tithings

Parish/tithing: Adscombe  Q\RJl/7/9(a)  1810-1811, 1812, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: Plainsfield, Higher  Q\RJl/7/9(b)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1823

Parish/tithing: STRINGSTON  Q\RJl/7/10  1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818-1824

HUNDRED OF CARHAMPTON  Q\RJl/8  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicated in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: CARHAMPTON  Q\RJl/8/1  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1823

Parish/tithing: CULBONE  Q\RJl/8/2  1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1815

Parish/tithing: CUTCOMBE  Q\RJl/8/3  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1815-1817, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: DUNSTER  Q\RJl/8/4  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1817 1819-1823

Parish/tithing: EXFORD  Q\RJl/8/5  1814-1859, 1861, 1863-1864, 1797

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1817 1820-1823

Parish/tithing: Almsworthy  Q\RJl/8/5(a)  1810-1813

Contents:
Ages given: 1810-1811, 1813
From 1814 with Exford above.

Parish/tithing: LUCCOMBE  Q\RJl/8/6  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1819, 1821-1823
East and West Luccombe separated 1768, 1797

Parish/tithing: LUXBOROUGH  Q\RJl/8/7  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: MINEHEAD  Q\RJl/8/8  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1817, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: OARE  Q\RJl/8/9  1797, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1815, 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: PORLOCK  Q\RJl/8/10  1768-1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1815, 1817-1818, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: Bossington  Q\RJl/8/10(a)  1768, 1810

Parish/tithing: Yearnor  Q\RJl/8/10(b)  1797, 1810

Parish/tithing: SELWORTHY  Q\RJl/8/11  1768, 1797, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824
Includes tithings from 1811

Parish/tithing: Allerford  Q\RJl/8/11(a)  1810

Parish/tithing: Blackford  Q\RJl/8/11(b)  1797, 1810

Parish/tithing: STOKE PERO  Q\RJl/8/12  1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: TIMBERSCOMBE  Q\RJl/8/13  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: TREBOROUGH  Q\RJl/8/14  1812-1813, 1815-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Includes tithing from 1812

Parish/tithing: Brown  Q\RJl/8/14(a)  1768, 1797, 1810-1811

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: WITHYCOMBE  Q\RJl/8/15  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: WOOTTON COURTNEY  Q\RJl/8/16  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

HUNDRED OF CATASH  Q\RJl/9  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ALFORD  Q\RJl/9/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Returns to 1824 will be found with Lovington below

Parish/tithing: ANSFORD  Q\RJl/9/2  1768, 1810-1861-1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1823
Returns to 1824 with Castle Cary below

Parish/tithing: BABCARY  Q\RJl/9/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-16 1819, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: BARROW, NORTH  Q\RJl/9/4  1810-1823 1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1819
Returns for 1811, 1813, 1819-1823 incl. South Barrow

Parish/tithing: BARROW, SOUTH  Q\RJl/9/5  1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1819, 1827
Returns for 1811, 1813, 1819-1823 with Barrow North

Parish/tithing: BARTON ST DAVID  Q\RJl/9/6  1768, 1810-1861 1863


Related information: For 1818 see Keinten Mandeville below

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: CADBURY, NORTH  Q\RJl/9/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1818-1824
Returns to 1824 can include separate sections for Galhampton and South Cadbury; for which see also below

Parish/tithing: Galhampton  Q\RJl/9/7(a)  1815, 1825

Contents:
Otherwise see with North Cadbury

Parish/tithing: CADBURY, SOUTH  Q\RJl/9/8  1815, 1817, 1819, 1822-1823, 1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1823
Other returns with North Cadbury above

Parish/tithing: CAMEL, QUEEN  Q\RJl/9/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: CASTLE CARY  Q\RJl/9/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1823
Returns to 1824 include Ansford above

Parish/tithing: COMPTON PAUNCEFOOT  Q\RJl/9/11  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1818-1819 1822-1824
Returns for 1810, 1813, 1818-1819, 1822-1823 with Sparkford below.

Parish/tithing: KEINTON MANDEVILLE  Q\RJl/9/12  1810, 1812-1817, 1819-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1822-1824
Return for 1818 incl. Barton St David above

Parish/tithing: KINGWESTON  Q\RJl/9/13  1810-1824, 1826-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1822

Parish/tithing: LOVINGTON  Q\RJl/9/14  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Combined returns for Alford to 1824

Parish/tithing: LYDFORD, WEST  Q\RJl/9/15  1768, 1860-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1823

Parish/tithing: MAPERTON  Q\RJl/9/16  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: SPARKFORD  Q\RJl/9/17  1768, 1810-1812, 1815, 1817-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1818-1819, 1822
Returns for 1810, 1813, 1815, 1818-1819, 1822-1823 incl. Compton Pauncefoot above

Parish/tithing: SUTTON MONTIS  Q\RJl/9/18  1810-1812, 1814-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1815, 1819-1824
Returns for 1814-1815 1818, 1822 incl. Weston Bampfylde below

Parish/tithing: WESTON BAMPFYLDE  Q\RJl/9/19  1768, 1811-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815, 1817-1824
See last above

HUNDRED OF CHEW  Q\RJl/10  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicated in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: CHEW MAGNA  Q\RJl/10/1  1826-1861, 1863

Contents:
Single complete return from 1826 excl. (e) below

Parish/tithing: Bishops Sutton  Q\RJl/10/1(a)  1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1819

Parish/tithing: Knighton Sutton  Q\RJl/10/1(b)  1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Knowle  Q\RJl/10/1(c)  1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1814, 1819

Parish/tithing: North Elm  Q\RJl/10/1(d)  1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1815

Parish/tithing: Norton Hawkfield (village or hamlet of)  Q\RJl/10/1(e)  1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: Stone  Q\RJl/10/1(f)  1768, 1814-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1815

Parish/tithing: CHEWSTOKE  Q\RJl/10/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1816, 1819

Parish/tithing: CLUTTON  Q\RJl/10/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: DUNDRY  Q\RJl/10/4  1811-1812, 1825-1859, 1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1812
Whole parish tithings generally separate to 1824, see below

Parish/tithing: Dundry, East  Q\RJl/10/4(a)  1768, 1810, 1813-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1816

Parish/tithing: Dundry, West  Q\RJl/10/4(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1810-1811, 1813-1814 1817-1818

Parish/tithing: Littleton  Q\RJl/10/4(c)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1816

Parish/tithing: NORTON MALREWARD  Q\RJl/10/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815-1819

Parish/tithing: STOWEY  Q\RJl/10/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: TIMSBURY  Q\RJl/10/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

HUNDRED OF CHEWTON  Q\RJl/11  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BROCKLEY  Q\RJl/11/1  1796, 1810-1859, 1861

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811, 1813-1814 1822

Parish/tithing: CAMELEY  Q\RJl/11/2  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1813

Parish/tithing: CHEWTON MENDIP  Q\RJl/11/3  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811

Parish/tithing: Green Oar  Q\RJl/11/3(a)  1858, 1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: CHILCOMPTON  Q\RJl/11/4  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811, 1816

Parish/tithing: COMPTON MARTIN  Q\RJl/11/5  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811, 1813-1814

Parish/tithing: EMBOROUGH  Q\RJl/11/6  1796, 1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: FARRINGTON GURNEY  Q\RJl/11/7  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811-1813

Parish/tithing: HARPTREE, WEST  Q\RJl/11/8  1796, 1810-1835, 1837-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811-1815, 1821-1823

Parish/tithing: Widcombe (North)  Q\RJl/11/8(a)  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: HINTON BLEWETT  Q\RJl/11/9  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811-1815

Parish/tithing: KINGSTON SEYMOUR  Q\RJl/11/10  1796, 1810-1860

Contents:
Ages covered: 1823

Parish/tithing: LITTLETON, HIGH  Q\RJl/11/11  1796, 1810-1860, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1812-1813

Parish/tithing: MIDSOMER NORTON  Q\RJl/11/12  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811-1813, 1816
Returns from 1827 incl. all tithings

Parish/tithing: Clapton  Q\RJl/11/12(a)  1826

Parish/tithing: Downside  Q\RJl/11/12(b)  1796, 1810-1826

Contents:
Ages covered: 1812-1814, 1816

Parish/tithing: Welton  Q\RJl/11/12(c)  1796, 1810-1826

Contents:
Ages covered: 1812-1813, 1816

Parish/tithing: PAULTON  Q\RJl/11/13  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811-1813

Parish/tithing: STON EASTON  Q\RJl/11/14  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: UBLEY  Q\RJl/11/15  1796, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages covered: 1811

HUNDRED OF CREWKERNE  Q\RJl/12  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: CREWKERNE  Q\RJl/12/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 include all tithings

Parish/tithing: Clapton  Q\RJl/12/1(a)  1768, 1810, 1824

Parish/tithing: Coombe  Q\RJl/12/1(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Eastham  Q\RJl/12/1(c)  1811-1813, 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: Furland  Q\RJl/12/1(d)  1768, 1797, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1816

Parish/tithing: Hewish  Q\RJl/12/1(e)  1782, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Woolminstone  Q\RJl/12/1(f)  1768, 1782, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: HINTON ST GEORGE  Q\RJl/12/2  1768, 1782, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: MERRIOT  Q\RJl/12/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: MISTERTON  Q\RJl/12/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: SEABOROUGH  Q\RJl/12/5  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: WAYFORD  Q\RJl/12/6  1810-1836, 1838-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Tithing included from 1825

Parish/tithing: Oathill  Q\RJl/12/6(a)  1768, 1810-1815, 1817-1824

HUNDRED OF NORTH CURRY  Q\RJl/13  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: CURRY, NORTH  Q\RJl/13/1  1768, 1789, 1810-1833, 1835-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1817, 1819, 1821, 1823-1824
Tithings included from 1837

Parish/tithing: Knapp  Q\RJl/13/1(a)  1768, 1789, 1799, 1810-1812, 1814-1824, 1827-1836

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816, 1822

Parish/tithing: Lillesdon  Q\RJl/13/1(b)  1768, 1810, 1812-1824, 1827-1828, 1830, 1832-1836

Parish/tithing: Wrantage  Q\RJl/13/1(c)  1768, 1810-1824, 1828-1830, 1833, 1836

Contents:
Ages given: 1819-1821, 1823

Parish/tithing: HATCH, WEST  Q\RJl/13/2  1768, 1789, 1810-1817, 1819-1826, 1828-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816, 1821-1822

Parish/tithing: STOKE ST GREGORY  Q\RJl/13/3  1768, 1799, 1818, 1823, 1825-1831, 1833-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1823
Tithings included from 1833

Parish/tithing: Curry, East  Q\RJl/13/3(a)  1768, 1799, 1810-1824, 1832

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1819, 1821-1823

Parish/tithing: Curryload  Q\RJl/13/3(b)  1768, 1799, 1810-1821, 1823-1824, 1832

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1821

Parish/tithing: Stathe  Q\RJl/13/3(c)  1799, 1810-1824, 1831-1832

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1817 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: THORNFALCON  Q\RJl/13/4  1768, 1789, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: THURLBEAR  Q\RJl/13/5  1768, 1789, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816, 1818-1824

HUNDRED OF FROME  Q\RJl/14  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicated in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: BECKINGTON  Q\RJl/14/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1820

Parish/tithing: BERKLEY (+ STANDERWICK)  Q\RJl/14/2  1768, 1810-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1819-1822
Includes Standerwick 1810-1830

Parish/tithing: Standerwick  Q\RJl/14/2(a)  1831-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CLOFORD  Q\RJl/14/3  1768, 1810-1830, 1832-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818, 1820

Parish/tithing: CRANMORE, EAST  Q\RJl/14/4  1768, 1810-1812, 1814-18, 1820, 1822-1841, 1847-1858, 1860-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1818, 1824

Parish/tithing: ELM  Q\RJl/14/5  1768, 1810-1822, 1824-1830, 1832-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1817, 1824

Parish/tithing: FROME  Q\RJl/14/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Tithings included from 1825. 1811 return is for whole hundred

Parish/tithing: Woodlands, East  Q\RJl/14/6(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Woodlands, West  Q\RJl/14/6(b)  1768, 1810-12, 1814-1818, 1820-24

Parish/tithing: LAVERTON  Q\RJl/14/7  1768, 1810-1811, 1813-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: LULLINGTON  Q\RJl/14/8  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: MARSTON BIGOT  Q\RJl/14/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1818-1820, 1824

Parish/tithing: NUNNEY  Q\RJl/14/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1820-1822

Parish/tithing: ORCHARDLEIGH  Q\RJl/14/11  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1820, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: RODDEN  Q\RJl/14/12  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1842, 1844-1848, 1850-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: RODE & WOOLVERTON  Q\RJl/14/13  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1820, 1822-1824
Separate returns from 1826

Parish/tithing: Rode  Q\RJl/14/13(a)  1826-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: Woolverton  Q\RJl/14/13(b)  1826-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: WANSTROW  Q\RJl/14/14  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: WHATLEY  Q\RJl/14/15  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: WITHAM FRIARY  QRJl/14/16  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1820

HUNDRED OF GLASTON-TWELVE-HIDES  Q\RJl/15  [n.d.]


Related information: for returns 1768 see Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: BALTONSBOROUGH  Q\RJl/15/1  1752, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1820

Parish/tithing: BRADLEY, WEST  Q\RJl/15/2  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: GLASTONBURY (UNITED PARISHES ST JOHN & ST BENEDICT)  Q\RJl/15/3  1836-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Town included in these returns

Parish/tithing: Edgerly  Q\RJl/15/3(a)  1813, 1820-1821

Contents:
Returns from 1836 see with Q/RJl/15-3

Parish/tithing: St. Benedict  Q\RJl/15/3(b)  1825-1828

Contents:
Very limited returns for rural parts

Parish/tithing: St. John  Q\RJl/15/3(c)  1825-1835

Contents:
See (b) above

Parish/tithing: Town  Q\RJl/15/3(d)  [n.d.]

Contents:
Two undated documents, one of which relates to the 'Out Limits of the Corporation

Parish/tithing: MEARE  Q\RJl/15/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1810-1822

Parish/tithing: NYLAND WITH BATCOMBE  Q\RJl/15/5  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817

Parish/tithing: PENNARD, WEST  Q\RJl/15/6  1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: East Street  Q\RJl/15/6(a)  1816-1823

Contents:
Ages given: 1818-1819
Included with above from 1825

Parish/tithing: PILTON  Q\RJl/15/7  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/40/10 for parish generally and for this tithing from 1825

Parish/tithing: West Holm and Holt  Q\RJl/15/7(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: WEDMORE  Q\RJl/15/8  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/4/7

Parish/tithing: North Load  Q\RJl/15/8(a)  1768, 1810-1820 1822-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1817
From 1825 both tithings incl. with Wedmore (Q/RJl/4/7 above)

Parish/tithing: Panborough  Q\RJl/15/8(b)  1810-1813, 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: WOOTTON, NORTH  Q\RJl/15/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

LIBERTY OF HAMPTON AND CLAVERTON  Q\RJl/16  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BATHAMPTON  Q\RJl/16/1  1810-1815, 1817-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BATHEASTON  Q\RJl/16/2  1787, 1810-1816

Parish/tithing: Easton & Amoril  Q\RJl/16/2(a)  1818-1821

Contents:
Batheaston from 1822 see Q/RJl/3/6

Parish/tithing: CHARLCOMBE  Q\RJl/16/3  1810-1813, 1815-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CLAVERTON  Q\RJl/16/4  1810-1811, 1813, 1815-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

HUNDRED OF HARTCLIFFE & BEDMINSTER  Q\RJl/17  [n.d.]


Related information: duplicate details of jurors for this hundred, for the year 1768 included in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: ASHTON, LONG  Q\RJl/17/1  1768, 1800, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1816

Parish/tithing: BACKWELL  Q\RJl/17/2  1768, 1800, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: BARROW GURNEY  Q\RJl/17/3  1768, 1800, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BEDMINSTER  Q\RJl/17/4  1768, 1800, 1810-1836, 1838-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BUTCOMBE  Q\RJl/17/5  1768, 1810-1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1821-1822

Parish/tithing: CHELVEY  Q\RJl/17/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: NEMPNET THRUBWELL  Q\RJl/17/7  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/21/9

Parish/tithing: Regilbury  Q\RJl/17/7(a)  1768, 1800, 1810-1813, 1815-1819, 1821-1824

Contents:
Returns for 1825-1861 incorp. with 'Nemprett Thrubwell as above.

Parish/tithing: WINFORD  Q\RJl/17/8  1800, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812
Returns for 1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863-1864, incl. Ridge Hill (below)

Parish/tithing: Ridgehill  Q\RJl/17/8(a)  1768, 1824

Contents:
Returns from 1810-1864, incorp. with 'Winford above)

HUNDRED OF HORETHORNE  Q\RJl/18  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ABBAS & TEMPLECOMBE  Q\RJl/18/1  1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
1810-1823 was split (see below)

Parish/tithing: Abbas Combe  Q\RJl/18/1(a)  1810-1823

Contents:
Ages given: 1822-1823

Parish/tithing: Templecombe  Q\RJl/18/1(b)  1810-1823

Contents:
Ages given: 1823

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON HORETHORNE  Q\RJl/18/2  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: CHERITON, NORTH  Q\RJl/18/3  1810-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1822, 1824
1810-1824 returns include South Cheriton (in parish of Horsington)

Parish/tithing: CORTON DENHAM  Q\RJl/18/4  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1823

Parish/tithing: GOATHILL  Q\RJl/18/5  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: HENSTRIDGE  Q\RJl/18/6  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1814, 1816 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: HOLWELL  Q\RJl/18/7  1810-1822, 1825-1844

Contents:
Ages given: 1822

Parish/tithing: HORSINGTON  Q\RJl/18/8  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1814-1817, 1824

Parish/tithing: Cheriton, South  Q\RJl/18/8(a)  [n.d.]

Contents:
No separate documents
Returns for South Cheriton 1810-1824 will be found with North Cheriton above, thereafter under Horsington.

Parish/tithing: MARSTON MAGNA  Q\RJl/18/9  1810-1821, 1823-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1824

Parish/tithing: MILBORNE PORT  Q\RJl/18/10  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1823

Parish/tithing: Kingsbury Regis  Q\RJl/18/10(a)  1820-1824

Contents:
Included with Milborne Port (above) from 1825)

Parish/tithing: POYNTINGTON  Q\RJl/18/11  1810-1821, 1823-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815

Parish/tithing: SANDFORD ORCAS  Q\RJl/18/12  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1824

Parish/tithing: STOWELL  Q\RJl/18/13  1810-1812, 1814-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: TRENT  Q\RJl/18/14  1810-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

HUNDRED OF HOUNDSBOROUGH, BARWICK AND COKER  Q\RJl/19  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicate in Q/RJl/43 below

Parish/tithing: BARWICK  Q\RJl/19/1  1768, 1807, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1824

Parish/tithing: CHILTON CANTELO  Q\RJl/19/2  1768, 1807, 1810-1839, 1841-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: CHINNOCK, EAST  Q\RJl/19/3  1768, 1807, 1810-1820, 1822-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CHINNOCK, MIDDLE AND WEST  Q\RJl/19/4  1768, 1807, 1810-1812, 1814-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Returns for the years from 1825 are split below

Parish/tithing: Chinnock, Middle  Q\RJl/19/4(a)  1825-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: Chinnock, West  Q\RJl/19/4(b)  1825-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CHISELBOROUGH  Q\RJl/19/5  1768, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: CLOSWORTH  Q\RJl/19/6  1769, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1819

Parish/tithing: COKER, EAST  Q\RJl/19/7  1768, 1797, 1807 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: COKER, WEST  Q\RJl/19/8  1768, 1797, 1807, 1811-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJl/36/1

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1816, 1818-1821

Parish/tithing: HARDINGTON MANDEVILLE  Q\RJl/19/9  1797, 1807, 1810-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1818

Parish/tithing: HASLEBURY PLUCKNETT  Q\RJl/19/10  1768, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811 1816

Parish/tithing: NORTON SUB HAMDON  Q\RJl/19/11  1768, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1820

Parish/tithing: ODCOMBE  Q\RJl/19/12  1768, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1817 1819-1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: PENDOMER  Q\RJl/19/13  1797, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: PERROTT, NORTH  Q\RJl/19/14  1768, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: SUTTON BINGHAM  Q\RJl/19/15  1797, 1807, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

HUNDRED OF HUNTSPILL AND PURITON  Q\RJl/20  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: HUNTSPILL  Q\RJl/20/1  1768, 1813, 1816, 1820, 1823, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1820
Returns from 1825 incl. tithings

Parish/tithing: Rushurst  Q\RJl/20/1(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: Swell  Q\RJl/20/1(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1815-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Withey  Q\RJl/20/1(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Yeo  Q\RJl/20/1(d)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: PURITON  Q\RJl/20/2  1768, 1810-1836, 1838-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1818-1824

HUNDRED OF KEYNSHAM  Q\RJl/21  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BRISLINGTON  Q\RJl/21/1  1768, 1811-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1818
Parish split into East/West/Middle. Separate documents stitched together for 1816, 1818-1820
Return for 1817 West tithing only

Parish/tithing: BURNETT  Q\RJl/21/2  1768, 1810-1820, 1822-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1818, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON, QUEEN  Q\RJl/21/3  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: CHELWOOD  Q\RJl/21/4  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1817

Parish/tithing: COMPTON DANDO  Q\RJl/21/5  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1819

Parish/tithing: FARMBOROUGH  Q\RJl/21/6  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1817, 1821

Parish/tithing: KEYNSHAM  Q\RJl/21/7  1768, 1810-1861

Parish/tithing: Chewton Keynsham  Q\RJl/21/7(a)  1816-1818, 1820, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1817
Two documents for 1823, one south tithing and one north tithing

Parish/tithing: MARKSBURY  Q\RJl/21/8  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1817
Returns from 1820 incl. 'Hound Street' (below)

Parish/tithing: Hound Street  Q\RJl/21/8(a)  1816, 1819

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: NEMPNET THRUBWELL  Q\RJl/21/9  1768, 1810-1819, 1821-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1817
Returns from 1825 incl. "Regilbury" see Q/RJl/17/7(a) also

Parish/tithing: PENSFORD  Q\RJl/21/10  1811, 1820, 1823-1861

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. 'Bellerton' (below)

Parish/tithing: Bellerton  Q\RJl/21/10(a)  1768, 1810-1819, 1822-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1813 1815-1818

Parish/tithing: PRISTON  Q\RJl/21/11  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1817

Parish/tithing: PUBLOW  Q\RJl/21/12  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1817

Parish/tithing: SALTFORD  Q\RJl/21/13  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1817

Parish/tithing: STANTON DREW  Q\RJl/21/14  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815

Parish/tithing: STANTON PRIOR  Q\RJl/21/15  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815

Parish/tithing: WHITCHURCH (al. Felton)  Q\RJl/21/16  1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816-1818

HUNDRED OF KILMERSDON  Q\RJl/22  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ASHWICK  Q\RJl/22/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: BABINGTON  Q\RJl/22/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1824

Parish/tithing: BUCKLAND DINHAM  Q\RJl/22/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: HARDINGTON  Q\RJl/22/4  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: HEMINGTON  Q\RJl/22/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: HOLCOMBE  Q\RJl/22/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: KILMERSDON  Q\RJl/22/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: RADSTOCK  Q\RJl/22/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: STRATTON ON THE FOSS  Q\RJl/22/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: WRITHLINGTON  Q\RJl/22/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1821

HUNDRED OF KINGSBURY, EAST  Q\RJl/23  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: CHARD  Q\RJl/23/1  1825-1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. tithings b, c, d, e, f.

Parish/tithing: Chard Borough  Q\RJl/23/1(a)  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816-1817

Parish/tithing: Chard, Old  Q\RJl/23/1(b)  (1768), 1810-1824

Contents:
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863-1864, see Q/RJl/23/1, for 1768 return see Q/RJl/23/1(e)

Parish/tithing: Chard, south  Q\RJl/23/1(c)  (1768), 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815-1817
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863-1864, see Q/RJl/23/1, for 1768 return Q/RJl/23/1(e)

Parish/tithing: Crimchard  Q\RJl/23/1(d)  (1768), 1810-1824


Related information: for 1768 return see Q/RJl/23/1(e).

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863-1864, see Q/RJl/23/1.

Parish/tithing: Forton  Q\RJl/23/1(e)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863-1864 see Q/RJl/23/1, 1768 is a complete return for all tithings (b) to (f).

Parish/tithing: Tatworth  Q\RJl/23/1(f)  (1768), 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1814, 1817
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863-1864 see Q/RJl/23/1, 1768 return see Q/RJl/23/1(e)

Parish/tithing: COMBE ST NICHOLAS  Q\RJl/23/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: HUISH EPISCOPI  Q\RJl/23/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJl/33/6

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813, 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: KINGSBURY EPISCOPI  Q\RJl/23/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings

Parish/tithing: Burrow  Q\RJl/23/4(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1817, 1820-1822

Parish/tithing: Lake  Q\RJl/23/4(b)  1768, 1810-1815, 1817-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1819, 1822

Parish/tithing: Lambrook, East  Q\RJl/23/4(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Lambrook, West  Q\RJl/23/4(d)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1817, 1719

Parish/tithing: Stembridge  Q\RJl/23/4(e)  1810-1821

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815

Parish/tithing: WINSHAM  Q\RJl/23/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1815-1816
Returns from 1825, incl. 'Street and Leigh', for which see also Q/RJl/30/16(a)

HUNDRED OF KINGSBURY, WEST  Q\RJl/24  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ASH PRIORS  Q\RJl/24/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816, 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: BISHOPS LYDEARD  Q\RJl/24/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: below and see also Q/RJl/35/4

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816, 1818-1824
Returns for 1810 from 1825 incl. all tithings (a)-(g)

Parish/tithing: Bagborough, East  Q\RJl/24/2(a)  1811-1813, 1815, 1817-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1824

Parish/tithing: Cames Ash  Q\RJl/24/2(b)  1811, 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: Church  Q\RJl/24/2(c)  1811-1819, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1822-1824,

Parish/tithing: Combe, East  Q\RJl/24/2(d)  1810-1814, 1817-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814, 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: Free  Q\RJl/24/2(e)  1811-1815, 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: Hill  Q\RJl/24/2(f)  1811-1814, 1816-1823

Parish/tithing: Quantock  Q\RJl/24/2(g)  1813-1824

Parish/tithing: BUCKLAND, WEST  Q\RJl/24/3  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: FITZHEAD  Q\RJl/24/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1817 1819-1820

Parish/tithing: WELLINGTON  Q\RJl/24/5  1810-1813, 1815-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1815, 1818-1824
Returns for 1811, 1813 and from 1825 incl. all tithings (a) - (g) below

Parish/tithing: Ford  Q\RJl/24/5(a)  1815, 1818, 1819, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1818, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Little  Q\RJl/24/5(b)  1810, 1819

Parish/tithing: Parsons  Q\RJl/24/5(c)  1815, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: Payton  Q\RJl/24/5(d)  1810, 1818-1821, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818-1819

Parish/tithing: Perry  Q\RJl/24/5(e)  1812, 1818-1819, 1821, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818-1819, 1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: Westford  Q\RJl/24/5(f)  1810, 1815, 1818-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: Woodford  Q\RJl/24/5(g)  1810, 1815, 1819-1821, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1819, 1824

Parish/tithing: WIVELISCOMBE  Q\RJl/24/6  1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings (a) - (g) below

Parish/tithing: Croford  Q\RJl/24/6(a)  1816, 1818, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818, 1821-1824
Returns for 1816, 1818, 1821-1824 incl. Nunnington below

Parish/tithing: Langby  Q\RJl/24/6(b)  1813, 1818-1819, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Oakhampton  Q\RJl/24/6(c)  1813, 1818-1822

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1818-1822

Parish/tithing: Nunnington  Q\RJl/24/6(d)  1819


Related information: See also (a) above

Parish/tithing: Town, West  Q\RJl/24/6(e)  1818, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Whitefield, East  Q\RJl/24/6(f)  1813, 1818-1819, 1821, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1818-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Whitefield, West  Q\RJl/24/6(g)  1813, 1821-1822

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1821-1822

HUNDRED OF MARTOCK  Q\RJl/25  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: MARTOCK  Q\RJl/25/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1817
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings (a) - (h) below

Parish/tithing: Ash  Q\RJl/25/1(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1816

Parish/tithing: Coat  Q\RJl/25/1(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1816

Parish/tithing: Hinton  Q\RJl/25/1(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815

Parish/tithing: Hurst  Q\RJl/25/1(d)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1816

Parish/tithing: Load, Long  Q\RJl/25/1(e)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818

Parish/tithing: Milton  Q\RJl/25/1(f)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818

Parish/tithing: Stapleton  Q\RJl/25/1(g)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1816, 1818

Parish/tithing: Witcombe  Q\RJl/25/1(h)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

HUNDRED OF MELLS AND LEIGH  Q\RJl/26  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: LEIGH ON MENDIP  Q\RJl/26/1  1816-1818, 1820-1822, 1824-1849, 1851-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1821-1822

Parish/tithing: MELLS  Q\RJl/26/2  1816-1818, 1820-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1818, 1820-1822, 1824

HUNDRED OF MILVERTON  Q\RJl/27  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ASHBRITTLE  Q\RJl/27/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824
Returns from 1825 incl. Greenham

Parish/tithing: Greenham  Q\RJl/27/1(a)  1810-1811, 1813-1815, 1817, 1819, 1822-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1815, 1817, 1819, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: BATHEALTON  Q\RJl/27/2  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1824

Parish/tithing: KITTISFORD  Q\RJl/27/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: LANGFORD BUDVILLE  Q\RJl/27/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824, 1827

Parish/tithing: MILVERTON  Q\RJl/27/5  1768, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1819, 1821 1823-1825
Returns 1810-1824 divided below. For Preston Bowyer to 1824 see Q/RJl/41/22(a) below

Parish/tithing: Milverton out-parish  Q\RJl/27/5(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: Milverton borough  Q\RJl/27/5(b)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1823

Parish/tithing: RUNNINGTON  Q\RJl/27/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1817, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: SAMPFORD ARUNDEL  Q\RJl/27/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816
Returns to 1823 incl. Thorne St. Margaret (see below)

Parish/tithing: STAWLEY  Q\RJl/27/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1818-1819, 1821, 1824

Parish/tithing: THORNE ST MARGARET  Q\RJl/27/9  1816, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1810
Returns for 1768, 1810-1815, 1817-1824, with Sampford Arundel Q/RJl/27/7 above

HUNDRED OF NORTON FERRIS  Q\RJl/28  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BRATTON SEYMOUR  Q\RJl/28/1  1825-1861


Related information: For composite return for hundred, 1767, see Q/RJl/43 below

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON MUSGROVE  Q\RJl/28/2  1763, 1767-1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1817-1818

Parish/tithing: CUCKLINGTON  Q\RJl/28/3  1767, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1817, 1821, 1824
1810-1817, 1819-1822 incl. returns for Stoke Trister see Q/RJl/28/8 below

Parish/tithing: KILMINGTON  Q\RJl/28/4  1763, 1767-1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1824
1825-1861 incl. returns for Norton Ferris

Parish/tithing: Norton Ferris  Q\RJl/28/4(a)  1763, 1768, 1812-1816, 1818-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: MAIDEN BRADLEY (co. Wilts.)  Q\RJl/28/5  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Yarnfield  Q\RJl/28/5(a)  1763, 1767, 1768, 1815-1816, 1819-1861

Parish/tithing: Bratton and Berrow Lane  Q\RJl/28/5(b)  1818

Contents:
Ages given: 1818

Parish/tithing: PENSELWOOD  Q\RJl/28/6  1763, 1768, 1810-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: SHEPTON MONTAGUE  Q\RJl/28/7  1763, 1767-1768, 1810-1817, 1819-1861

Contents:
1825-60 documents incl. Stoke and Knowle

Parish/tithing: Stoke and Knowle  Q\RJl/28/7(a)  1810-1817, 1819-1824

Contents:
Ages Given: 1812-1813, 1820-1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: STOKE TRISTER (al. Stoke and Bayford)  Q\RJl/28/8  1763, 1825-1861

Contents:
1810-1824 incl. with Cucklington above

Parish/tithing: STOURTON (co. Wilts.)  Q\RJl/28/9  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Brook (al. Gasper)  Q\RJl/28/9(a)  1763, 1767, 1810-1812, 1814-1861

Contents:
Ages Given: 1812-1817

Parish/tithing: WINCANTON  Q\RJl/28/10  1825-1861

Contents:
Ages Given: 1812-1819, 1821-1824
1810-1824 Separate Town and Tithing

Parish/tithing: Town  Q\RJl/28/10(a)  1763, 1767-1768, 1810-1817, 1819-1821

Contents:
Ages Given: 1812-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Tithing  Q\RJl/28/10(b)  1763, 1767-1768 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages Given: 1812-1817, 1818-1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: WHOLE HUNDRED  Q\RJl/28/11  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Higher or Eastern Division  Q\RJl/28/11(a)  1820, 1821

Contents:
Ages Given: 1821
Composite returns for Brook, Cucklington, Kilmington, Norton Ferris, Penselwood, Stoke Trister, Yarnfield

Parish/tithing: Lower or Western Division  Q\RJl/28/11(b)  1818, 1821

Contents:
Ages Given: 1818, 1821
Composite returns incl. Charlton Musgrove, Shepton Montague, Wincanton - town and tithing

HUNDRED OF PETHERTON NORTH  Q\RJl/29  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BAWDRIP  Q\RJl/29/1  1768, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1824,

Parish/tithing: BRIDGWATER  Q\RJl/29/2  1814, 1820-1821

Contents:
Ages given: 1814 1814
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings

Parish/tithing: Borough  Q\RJl/29/2(a)  1825-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: Dunwear and Bower, West  Q\RJl/29/2(b)  1811, 1814, 1818-1823

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: Hamp  Q\RJl/29/2(c)  1814-1817

Contents:
Ages given: 1814

Parish/tithing: Horsey  Q\RJl/29/2(d)  1813-1823

Contents:
Ages given: 1817

Parish/tithing: CHEDZOY  Q\RJl/29/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: DURSTON  Q\RJl/29/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: PAWLETT  Q\RJl/29/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: PETHERTON, NORTH  Q\RJl/29/6  1813, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl all tithings and North Newton (see Q/RJl/41/25(a) below). Earlier returns split between (a) - (i) below.

Parish/tithing: Town Division  Q\RJl/29/6(a)  1768, 1810, 1812-1824


Related information: See Q/RJl/4/1/25(a) below

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1819 1821-1824
and North Newton

Parish/tithing: Bankland  Q\RJl/29/6(b)  1768, 1810-1812, 1815-1821, 1823-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1821

Parish/tithing: Buckland Fee  Q\RJl/29/6(c)  1768, 1810, 1812-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1819 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Huntworth  Q\RJl/29/6(d)  1768, 1810, 1812-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: Moorland  Q\RJl/29/6(e)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: Newton, West  Q\RJl/29/6(f)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813, 1816-1817, 1819-1821

Parish/tithing: Shearston  Q\RJl/29/6(g)  1768, 1810-1824

Parish/tithing: Tuckerton  Q\RJl/29/6(h)  1812-1817, 1819-1821

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: Woolmersdon  Q\RJl/29/6(i)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: ST MICHAEL CHURCH  Q\RJl/29/7  1825, 1827-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: THURLOXTON  Q\RJl/29/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1822

Parish/tithing: WEMBDON  Q\RJl/29/9  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1814, 1820-1821
Returns from 1825 incl. all tithings

Parish/tithing: Chilton Trinity  Q\RJl/29/9(a)  1815-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: Pury  Q\RJl/29/9(b)  1810-1822 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1822 1824

Parish/tithing: Sandford  Q\RJl/29/9(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

HUNDRED OF PETHERTON SOUTH  Q\RJl/30  [n.d.]


Related information: 1768 duplicate in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: BARRINGTON  Q\RJl/30/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1818

Parish/tithing: BUCKLAND ST MARY  Q\RJl/30/2  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/1/6 generally and for Dommett after 1824

Parish/tithing: Dommett  Q\RJl/30/2(a)  1797, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: CHAFFCOMBE  Q\RJl/30/3  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CHILLINGTON  Q\RJl/30/4  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1815-1816

Parish/tithing: CRICKET ST THOMAS  Q\RJl/30/5  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1819

Parish/tithing: CUDWORTH  Q\RJl/30/6  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1837

Parish/tithing: DINNINGTON  Q\RJl/30/7  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: DOWLISH WAKE  Q\RJl/30/8  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1815

Parish/tithing: KNOWLE ST GILES  Q\RJl/30/9  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: LOPEN  Q\RJl/30/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1817, 1819

Parish/tithing: SOUTH PETHERTON  Q\RJl/30/11  1768, 1810-1858, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1821
Returns from 1825 incl. tithings (a) - (c) below

Parish/tithing: Compton Durville  Q\RJl/30/11(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1815

Parish/tithing: Harp, South  Q\RJl/30/11(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1821

Parish/tithing: Stratton, Over  Q\RJl/30/11(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815

Parish/tithing: SEAVINGTON ST MARY  Q\RJl/30/12  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815, 1819-1820 1832
Returns from 1825 incl 'Seavington St Abbot'

Parish/tithing: Seavington St Abbot  Q\RJl/30/12(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812
Returns for 1825-1861 1863-1864 see Q/RJl/30/12

Parish/tithing: SEAVINGTON ST MICHAEL  Q\RJl/30/13  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813 1815

Parish/tithing: SHEPTON BEAUCH-  Q\RJl/30/14  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815-1816, 1818-1819, 1821, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: WHITESTAUNTON  Q\RJl/30/15  1768, 1797, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1817

Parish/tithing: WINSHAM  Q\RJl/30/16  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl/23/5 for Returns from 1825

Parish/tithing: Street & Leigh  Q\RJl/30/16(a)  1768, 1797, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

HUNDRED OF PITNEY  Q\RJl/31  [n.d.]


Related information: Duplicate details of Jurors for this Hundred, for the year 1753 incl. in Q/RJl/43

Parish/tithing: DRAYTON  Q\RJl/31/1  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Midelney  Q\RJl/31/1(a)  1810-1817, 1819-1824

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. with Drayton Q/RJl/1/13

Parish/tithing: MUCHELNEY  Q\RJl/31/2  1753, 1756, 1768, 1810-1817, 1819-1846, 1848-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1816-1818, 1820

Parish/tithing: PITNEY  Q\RJl/31/3  1753, 1768, 1789, 1810-1817, 1819-1846, 1848-1859, 1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJl/33/6(a

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1816

Parish/tithing: SUTTON LONG  Q\RJl/31/4  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Knowle  Q\RJl/31/4(a)  1753, 1768, 1810-1817, 1819-1823


Related information: See Q/RJl/33/10

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816 1823
Returns from 1825 incl. with 'Sutton Long'

HUNDRED OF PORTBURY  Q\RJl/32  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ABBOT'S LEIGH  Q\RJl/32/1  1810-1817, 1819-1848, 1850-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815-1817 1824

Parish/tithing: CLAPTON IN GORDANO  Q\RJl/32/2  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1815-1817

Parish/tithing: CLEVEDON  Q\RJl/32/3  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816

Parish/tithing: EASTON IN GORDANO (al St George)  Q\RJl/32/4  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1820

Parish/tithing: FLAX BOURTON  Q\RJl/32/5  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817

Parish/tithing: NAILSEA  Q\RJl/32/6  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for the 'North' tithing appear on a separate document from that of 'east and west' tithing in 1824

Parish/tithing: PORTBURY  Q\RJl/32/7  1810-1860 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1817

Parish/tithing: PORTISHEAD  Q\RJl/32/8  1810-1847, 1849-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Two copies of 1849 return, one titled under the Hundred of Hartcliffe & Bedminster

Parish/tithing: TICKENHAM  Q\RJl/32/9  1810-1858 1860 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: WALTON IN GORDANO  Q\RJl/32/10  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: WESTON IN GORDANO  Q\RJl/32/11  1811-1860 1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816-1817 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: WRAXALL  Q\RJl/32/12  1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815
Separate and distinct returns for 1810

HUNDRED OF SOMERTON  Q\RJl/33  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ALLER  Q\RJl/33/1  1768, 1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: CAMEL, WEST  Q\RJl/33/2  1768, 1810-1813, 1815-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON ADAM  Q\RJl/33/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Returns to 1824 incl. Charlton Mackrell

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON MACKRELL  Q\RJl/33/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863


Related information: See also Q/RJl/39/4 for Cary Fitzpaine to 1824. Returns 1768, 1810-1824 with Charlton Adam also

Parish/tithing: COMPTON DUNDON  Q\RJl/33/5  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/39/5 and for Littleton from 1825

Parish/tithing: Littleton  Q\RJl/33/5(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: HUISH EPISCOPI  Q\RJl/33/6  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/23/3

Parish/tithing: Pitney and Wearne  Q\RJl/33/6(a)  1768, 1810-1822, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
From 1825, see Q/RJl/31/3 (Pitney) and Q/RJl/23/3 (Huish Episcopi)

Parish/tithing: KINGSDON  Q\RJl/33/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: LYDFORD, EAST  Q\RJl/33/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1823

Parish/tithing: SOMERTON  Q\RJl/33/9  [n.d.]

Contents:
From 1825 returns incl. tithings (b) and (c)

Parish/tithing: Borough  Q\RJl/33/9(a)  1768, 1810-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: Erleigh  Q\RJl/33/9(b)  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Hurcot  Q\RJl/33/9(c)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: SUTTON, LONG  Q\RJl/33/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863


Related information: See Q/RJl 31/4(a

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl Knowle for which

Parish/tithing: Demas Sutton  Q\RJl/33/10(a)  1768, 1810-1824


Related information: See Q/RJl 33/10 above

Contents:
Returns for 1825-1861, 1863

Parish/tithing: YEOVILTON  Q\RJl/33/11  1810-1827, 1829-1830, 1832-1861, 1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814, 1816-1817
Returns from 1825 incl. Bridghampton

Parish/tithing: Bridghampton  Q\RJl/33/11(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

HUNDRED OF STONE  Q\RJl/34  [n.d.]

Contents:
1768 duplicate in Q/RJl 43 below

Parish/tithing: ASHINGTON  Q\RJl/34/1  1768, 1803, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BRYMPTON  Q\RJl/34/2  1768, 1793, 1810-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1817

Parish/tithing: CHILTHORNE DOMER  Q\RJl/34/3  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817

Parish/tithing: LIMINGTON  Q\RJl/34/4  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817-1819
Returns from 1825 incl. Draycott Q/RJl34/4 below

Parish/tithing: MUDFORD  Q\RJl/34/5  1768, 1803, 1810-1812, 1833-1839, 1841-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1817

Parish/tithing: PRESTON PLUCKNETT  Q\RJl/34/6  1768, 1810-1822, 1824-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1824
Returns from 1825 incl Preston Bermondsey

Parish/tithing: Preston Bermondsey  Q\RJl/34/6(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1820

Parish/tithing: YEOVIL  Q\RJl/34/7  1825-1861

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl for all tithings (a) to (d) below

Parish/tithing: Yeovil Borough  Q\RJl/34/7(a)  1768, 1808, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1819

Parish/tithing: Hendford  Q\RJl/34/7(b)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1814, 1817, 1819

Parish/tithing: Marsh  Q\RJl/34/7(c)  1768, 1806, 1810-1812, 1815-1817, 1819-1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: Wigdon and Huntley  Q\RJl/34/7(d)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1819

HUNDRED OF TAUNTON DEANE  Q\RJl/35  1768 duplicate in Q/RJl 43 below

Parish/tithing: ANGERSLEIGH  Q\RJl/35/1  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1818

Parish/tithing: BAGBOROUGH, WEST  Q\RJl/35/2  1745, 1768, 1811-1821, 1823-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814, 1816, 1819, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: BISHOPS HULL  Q\RJl/35/3  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: BISHOPS' LYDEARD  Q\RJl/35/4  [ 1768, 1811-1814, [ 1816-1818, [ 1821-1824


Related information: See also Q/RJl 24/2

Contents:
Ages given: 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: Lydeard Puncherton  Q\RJl/35/4(a)  [1769, 1811-1814, [1916-1818, [ 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: BRADFORD ON TONE  Q\RJl/35/5  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: CHEDDON FITZPAINE  Q\RJl/35/6  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: COMBE FLOREY  Q\RJl/35/7  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CORFE  Q\RJl/35/8  1745, 1768, 1810-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: COTHELSTONE  Q\RJl/35/9  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: HEATHFIELD  Q\RJl/35/10  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812 1814-1816 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: HILLFARRANCE  Q\RJl/35/11  1745, 1810-1861 1810-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1817 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: KINGSTON ST MARY  Q\RJl/35/12  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: Hestercombe  Q\RJl/35/12(a)  1810, 1813, 1819

Parish/tithing: LYDEARD ST LAWRENCE  Q\RJl/35/13  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: NORTON FITZWARREN  Q\RJl/35/14  1745, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816-1817 1819-1820
Returns from 1825 incl. Fenhampton and Langford

Parish/tithing: Fenhampton  Q\RJl/35/14(a)  1818, 1820-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: Langford  Q\RJl/35/14(b)  1818, 1820-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: NYNEHEAD  Q\RJl/35/15  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: OAKE  Q\RJl/35/16  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: ORCHARD PORTMAN  Q\RJl/35/17  1745, 1768, 1810-1822, 1824-1855, 1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: OTTERFORD  Q\RJl/35/18  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: PITMINSTER  Q\RJl/35/19  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: RIMPTON  Q\RJl/35/20  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: RUISHTON  Q\RJl/35/21  1745, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: STAPLEGROVE  Q\RJl/35/22  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1816, 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: STOKE ST MARY  Q\RJl/35/23  1745, 1768, 1810-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: TAUNTON ST JAMES  Q\RJl/35/24  [n.d.]

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. Extraportum Jacobi (below)

Parish/tithing: Landside  Q\RJl/35/24(a)  1810-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: Extraportum Jacobi (al Townside)  Q\RJl/35/24(b)  1745, 1811, 1813, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: TAUNTON ST MARY  Q\RJl/35/25  1825-1861

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. all Tithings (a) - (g) below
Part 1

Parish/tithing: MAGDALENE  Q\RJl/35/25  1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. all Tithings (a) - (g) below
Part 1

Parish/tithing: Holway Extraportum  Q\RJl/35/25(a)  1811-1812, 1815, 1817, 1819-1860

Contents:
Ages given: 1815, 1817-1824
Part 1

Parish/tithing: East Street  Q\RJl/35/25(b)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1814-1824
Part 1

Parish/tithing: Fore Street  Q\RJl/35/25(c)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824
Part 1

Parish/tithing: High Street  Q\RJl/35/25(d)  1810-1814, 1816-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1814 1816-1825
Part 1

Parish/tithing: North Street  Q\RJl/35/25(e)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824
Part II

Parish/tithing: Paul Street  Q\RJl/35/25(f)  1811-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1815, 1818-1824
Part II

Parish/tithing: Shuttern  Q\RJl/35/25(g)  1818, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1818, 1821-1824
Part II

Parish/tithing: TOLLAND  Q\RJl/35/26  1745, 1768, 1810, 1821-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1816, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: TRULL  Q\RJl/35/27  1745, 1768, 1810-1812, 1814-1816, 1819, 1822-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1824

Parish/tithing: WILTON  Q\RJl/35/28  1745, 1768, 1810, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: WITHIEL FLOREY  Q\RJl/35/29  1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1824

HUNDRED OF TINTINHULL  Q\RJl/36  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: COKER, WEST  Q\RJl/36/1  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl/19/8

Parish/tithing: Hescombe  Q\RJl/36/1(a)  1815-1819

Parish/tithing: ILCHESTER  Q\RJl/36/2  1768, 1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1816, 1818, 1821

Parish/tithing: KINGSTONE  Q\RJl/36/3  1768, 1810-1812, 1814, 1817-1819, 1821, 1823-1832, 1834-1857, 1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. Allowenshay

Parish/tithing: Allowenshay  Q\RJl/36/3(a)  1810-1812, 1817, 1822-1824, 1827, 1833

Parish/tithing: LIMINGTON  Q\RJl/36/4  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Draycott  Q\RJl/36/4(a)  1810-1811 1813-1824, 1827

Contents:
Returns from 1825 with Q/RJl 34/4 above.

Parish/tithing: LUFTON  Q\RJl/36/5  1816-1839, 1841-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816

Parish/tithing: MONTACUTE  Q\RJl/36/6  1768, 1810-1812, 1814-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1818

Parish/tithing: NORTHOVER  Q\RJl/36/7  1768, 1810-1813, 1815, 1817, 1819-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1817, 1819-1820, 1822

Parish/tithing: SOCK DENNIS  Q\RJl/36/8  1810-1812, 1816, 1818-1822, 1830, 1833, 1863

Parish/tithing: STOKE SUB HAMDON  Q\RJl/36/9  1768, 1810-1812, 1816, 1818-1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1815

Parish/tithing: THORNE COFFIN  Q\RJl/36/10  1827-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: TINTINHULL  Q\RJl/36/11  1768, 1811-1812, 1819-1861, 1863-1864

HUNDRED OF WELLOW  Q\RJl/37  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: CAMERTON  Q\RJl/37/1  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: COMBEHAY  Q\RJl/37/2  1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1848, 1850-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: CORSTON  Q\RJl/37/3  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: DUNKERTON  Q\RJl/37/4  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: ENGLISHCOMBE  Q\RJl/37/5  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: FARLEIGH HUNGERFORD  Q\RJl/37/6  1747, 1812-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1810-1818 with Tellisford below

Parish/tithing: FOXCOTE  Q\RJl/37/7  1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: HINTON CHARTERHOUSE  Q\RJl/37/8  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: NEWTON ST LOE  Q\RJl/37/9  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: NORTON ST PHILIP  Q\RJl/37/10  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: TELLISFORD  Q\RJl/37/11  1747, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1823-1824

Parish/tithing: TWERTON  Q\RJl/37/12  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1820

Parish/tithing: WELLOW  Q\RJl/37/13  1747, 1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1824

HUNDRED OF WELLS FORUM  Q\RJL/38  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BINEGAR  Q\RJL/38/1  1752, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Headed tithing of Whitchurch to 1824

Parish/tithing: CRANMORE, WEST  Q\RJL/38/2  1752, 1768, 1810-1825, 1827-1856, 1858-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812

Parish/tithing: DINDER  Q\RJL/38/3  1752, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: EVERCREECH  Q\RJL/38/4  1752, 1768, 1810-1845, 1847-1856, 1858-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Returns for 1825 incl. Chesterblade

Parish/tithing: Chesterblade  Q\RJL/38/4(a)  1752-1768, 1810-1818, 1820-1822, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: LITTON  Q\RJL/38/5  1752, 1768, 1810-1825 1827-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: PRIDDY  Q\RJL/38/6  1752, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: WELLS ST ANDREW (liberty of)  Q\RJL/38/7  1768, 1810-1814, 1816, 1818-1822, 1824 - 1825, 1827-1861, 1864

Parish/tithing: WELLS ST CUTHBERT  Q\RJL/38/8  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: In Parish  Q\RJL/38/8(a)  1836-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Part 1

Parish/tithing: Out Parish  Q\RJL/38/8(b)  1827-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1827 incl. all tithings (c) - (j) below
Part 2

Parish/tithing: Burcott  Q\RJL/38/8(c)  1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Coxley  Q\RJL/38/8(d)  1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Dulcote and Chilcote  Q\RJL/38/8(e)  1752, 1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Easton  Q\RJL/38/8(f)  1752, 1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Horrington, West  Q\RJL/38/8(g)  1752, 1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Milton & Walcombe  Q\RJL/38/8(h)  1752, 1768, 1810-1825

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Wookey Hole  Q\RJL/38/8(i)  1752, 1768, 1811-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Part 3

Parish/tithing: Worminster  Q\RJL/38/8(j)  1752, 1768, 1810-1821, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811
Part 3

Parish/tithing: WESTBURY  Q\RJL/38/9  1752, 1768, 1810-1825, 1827-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814

Parish/tithing: WOOKEY  Q\RJL/38/10  1752, 1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns from 1825 incl. Yarley (below)

Parish/tithing: Yarley  Q\RJL/38/10(a)  1752, 1768, 1810-1812, 1814-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

HUNDRED OF WHITLEY  Q\RJL/39  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: ASHCOTT  Q\RJL/39/1  1768, 1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1826

Parish/tithing: BLACKFORD  Q\RJL/39/2  1768, 1811-1821, 1823-1825, 1827-1830, 1832-1833, 1835-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1825 (1811, 1813-1816, 1819-1820)
Returns for 1811, 1813-1816, 1819-1820, incl. details for Holton (Q/RJ1 39/10 below)

Parish/tithing: BUTLEIGH  Q\RJL/39/3  1768, ? 1810-1831, 1833-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: CHARLTON MACKRELL  Q\RJL/39/4  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJ1 33/4 for Charlton Mackrell generally and for Cary Fitzpaine from 1825

Parish/tithing: Cary Fitzpaine  Q\RJL/39/4(a)  1812-1813, 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: COMPTON DUNDON  Q\RJL/39/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJ1 33/5

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816

Parish/tithing: COSSINGTON  Q\RJL/39/6  1768, 1803, 1810-1826, 1828-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: GREINTON  Q\RJL/39/7  1768, 1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816

Parish/tithing: HAM, HIGH  Q\RJl/39/8  1768, 1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJl 41/16 for Nether Ham to 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1823

Parish/tithing: HOLFORD  Q\RJl/39/9  1803, 1810-1813, 1815-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1822-1823

Parish/tithing: HOLTON  Q\RJl/39/10  1768, 1810, 1812, 1817-1818, 1821, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: (1811, 1813-1816, 1819-1820)
Returns for 1811, 1813-1816, 1819-1820, incl. with Black-ford above Q/RJl 39/2

Parish/tithing: MIDDLEZOY  Q\RJl/39/11  1768, 1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: MONKTON, WEST  Q\RJl/39/12  1768, 1803, 1810-1817, 1819-1846, 1848-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1816

Parish/tithing: MOORLINCH  Q\RJl/39/13  1768-1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816, 1820-1822, 1824
Part I

Parish/tithing: Catcott  Q\RJl/39/13(a)  1768, 1803, 1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1826
Part I

Parish/tithing: CHILTON POLDEN  Q\RJl/39/13(b)  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1817 1819
Part I

Parish/tithing: Edington  Q\RJl/39/13(c)  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1816-1817
Part II

Parish/tithing: Stawell  Q\RJl/39/13(d)  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1816
one document undated (late 18c)
Part II

Parish/tithing: Sutton Mallett  Q\RJl/39/13(e)  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816
Part II

Parish/tithing: OTHERY  Q\RJl/39/14  1768, 1784,1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: PODYMORE MILTON  Q\RJl/39/15  1810-1816, 1818-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: SHAPWICK  Q\RJl/39/16  1768, 1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: STOGURSEY  Q\RJl/39/17  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl 7/8 and for returns from 1825

Parish/tithing: Durborough  Q\RJl/39/17(a)  1803, 1810, 1812-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/titing: STREET  Q\RJl/39/18  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1816, 1824

Parish/titing: WALTON  Q\RJl/39/19  1784, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1816, 1819-1821, 1823-1824, 1826

Parish/titing: WESTON ZOYLAND  Q\RJl/39/20  1768, 1784, 1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813, 1816-1817,

Parish/titing: WHEATHILL  Q\RJL/39/21  1810-1812, 1814-1830, 1832-1844, 1846-1860, 1863-1864

Parish/titing: WOOLAVINGTON  Q\RJl/39/22  1768, 1803, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
The 1812 document contains a list of tithingmen.

HUNDRED OF WHITESTONE  Q\RJl/40  [n.d.]

Contents:
1767 duplicate in Q/RJl 43 below

Parish/titing: BATCOMBE  Q\RJl/40/1  1767-1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe.

Parish/titing: BRADLEY, WEST  Q\RJl/40/2  1816-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1823-1824

Parish/titing: CROSCOMBE  Q\RJl/40/3  1767-1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe.
Two copies 1837

Parish/titing: DITCHEAT  Q\RJl/40/4  1767-1768, 1811-1838, 1840-1854, 1856-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe.

Parish/titing: Alhampton  Q\RJl/40/4(a)  1767, 1768, 1813-1814

Parish/titing: Lottisham  Q\RJl/40/4(b)  1767, 1768, 1841

DOULTING  Q\RJl/40/5  1767, 1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe.
To 1824 various returns for Downhead, Stoke Lane, Whitnel and Charlton will be found with Doulting

Parish/titing: DOWNHEAD  Q\RJl/40/6  1815-1817, 1819-1821, 1824, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe.
1811-1813, 1822-23, 1767, 1768 are on combined return with Doulting above

Parish/tithing: HORNBLOTTON  Q\RJl/40/7  1767-1768, 1812-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe

Parish/tithing: LAMYATT  Q\RJl/40/8  1767-1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe
Ages given: 1812

Parish/tithing: PENNARD, EAST  Q\RJl/40/9  1767-1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe

Parish/tithing: PILTON  Q\RJl/40/10  1767-1768, 1811-1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: See also Q/RJl 15/7

Contents:
Ages given: 1818
1816 return incorporates Compton/two copies 1859

Parish/tithing: Compton, East & West  Q\RJl/40/10(a)  1767-68, 1818

Parish/tithing: PYLLE  Q\RJl/40/11  1767-1768, 1811-1838, 1840-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe

Parish/tithing: SHEPTON MALLET  Q\RJl/40/12  1767, 1811-1849, 1851-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Returns for 1860 and 1863 stitched with returns for Batcombe
1813, 1816-1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: Charlton  Q\RJl/40/12(a)  1811-1812

Parish/tithing: STOKE ST MICHAEL (al. Stoke Lane)  Q\RJl/40/13  1767-1768, 1811-1836, 1838-1859, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
1767 and 1768 are are with Q/RJl 40/5 above

Parish/tithing: WELLS ST CUTHBERT  Q\RJl/40/14  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Whitnel  Q\RJl/40/14(a)  [n.d.]

Contents:
1815-1817, 1819-1821, 1824 returns incl. with Downhead 1767, 1768, 1811-13, 1822 incl. with Doulting

Parish/tithing: WOOTTON, NORTH  Q\RJl/15  1768, 1811-1828

HUNDRED OF WILLITON AND FREEMANORS  Q\RJL/41  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: BICKNOLLER  Q\RJL/41/1  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1824
Returns from 1825 incl. Halsway (below)

Parish/tithing: Halsway  Q\RJL/41/1(a)  1768, 1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: BROMPTON RALPH  Q\RJL/41/2  1768, 1810-1815, 1817-1861, 1763-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1814, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: BROMPTON REGIS  Q\RJL/41/3  1768, 1810-1844, 1846-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1810-1814, 1819-1824

Parish/tithing: BRUSHFORD  Q\RJL/41/4  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: CHIPSTABLE  Q\RJL/41/5  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: CLATWORTHY  Q\RJL/41/6  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: CLEEVE, OLD  Q\RJL/41/7  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811- 1824

Parish/tithing: CROWCOMBE  Q\RJL/41/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811 - 1825

Parish/tithing: DODINGTON  Q\RJL/41/9  1768, 1810-1829, 1831-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811

Parish/tithing: DULVERTON  Q\RJL/41/10  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: ELWORTHY  Q\RJL/41/11  1768, 1810-1857, 1859-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: EXMOOR  Q\RJL/41/12  1856-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: EXTON  Q\RJL/41/13  1768, 1810-1827, 1829-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1813

Parish/tithing: FIVEHEAD  Q\RJL/41/14  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl 1/15 for Cathanger after 1822

Parish/tithing: Cathanger  Q\RJL/41/14(a)  1810, 1812-1822

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1822

Parish/tithing: HALSE  Q\RJL/41/15  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: HAM, HIGH  Q\RJL/41/16  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl 39/8 for returns from 1825

Parish/tithing: Ham, Nether  Q\RJL/41/16(a)  1815-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1815-1824

Parish/tithing: HAWKRIDGE  Q\RJL/41/17  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1815 1817-1824

Parish/tithing: HUISH CHAMPFLOWER  Q\RJL/41/18  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: KILTON  Q\RJl/41/19  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: KILVE  Q\RJl/41/20  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: LILSTOCK  Q\RJl/41/21  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: MILVERTON  Q\RJl/41/22  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl 27/5 for returns after 1824

Parish/tithing: Preston Bowyer  Q\RJl/41/22(a)  1810-1816, 1818-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1810-1816, 1818, 1820-1824

Parish/tithing: MONKSILVER  Q\RJl/41/23  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1822, 1824

Parish/tithing: NETTLECOMBE  Q\RJl/41/24  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1824

Parish/tithing: PETHERTON, NORTH  Q\RJl/41/25  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl 29/6 generally and for North Newton from 1825

Parish/tithing: Newton, North  Q\RJl/41/25(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1824

Parish/tithing: QUANTOXHEAD, EAST  Q\RJl/41/26  1768, 1810-1812, 1814-1819, 1821-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812 1814-1819, 1821-1824

Parish/tithing: QUANTOXHEAD, WEST  Q\RJl/41/27  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1816, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: RADDINGTON  Q\RJl/41/28  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: ST DECUMANS'  Q\RJl/41/29  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Watchet Borough  Q\RJl/41/29(a)  1811-1815, 1817-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1815, 1817-1824
from 1825 merged with (b) but not always differentiated

Parish/tithing: Williton 2/3 parts  Q\RJl/41/29(b)  1811-1812, 1814-1825, 1827, 1829-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814-1824

Parish/tithing: SAMPFORD BRETT  Q\RJl/41/30  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: SKILGATE  Q\RJl/41/31  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: STOGUMBER  Q\RJl/41/32  1810-1842, 1844-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: STOWEY, NETHER  Q\RJl/41/33  1768-1769, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1816, 1818-1824
Returns from 1825 incl. Bincombe

Parish/tithing: Bincombe  Q\RJl/41/33(a)  1810-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813, 1818-1824

Parish/tithing: UPTON  Q\RJl/41/34  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: WINSFORD  Q\RJl/41/35  1768, 1810-1860, 1862-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: WITHYPOOLE  Q\RJl/41/36  1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1823

HUNDRED OF WINTERSTOKE  Q\RJl/42  [n.d.]

Contents:
returns for 1756, 1768, see Q/RJl 43

Parish/tithing: BADGWORTH  Q\RJl/42/1  1756, 1768, 1810-1861 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1816

Parish/tithing: BANWELL  Q\RJl/42/2  1756, 1768, 1811-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1823, 1825

Parish/tithing: BLAGDON  Q\RJl/42/3  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1813-1816, 1818-1822

Parish/tithing: Charterhouse on Mendip  Q\RJl/42/3(a)  1825-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: BLEADON  Q\RJl/42/4  1757, 1768, 1810-1814, 1816-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1812, 1814, 1816

Parish/tithing: BURNHAM ON SEA  Q\RJl/42/5  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/RJl 4/4 for parish generally and for Huish from 1825

Parish/tithing: Huish Juxta  Q\RJl/42/5(a)  1756, 1811-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1824

Parish/tithing: CHEDDAR  Q\RJl/42/6  1756, 1768, 1810-1823, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816, 1818

Parish/tithing: Draycott  Q\RJl/42/6(a)  1811

Contents:
Draycott occasionally differentiated under Cheddar and Rodney Stoke below

Parish/tithing: CHRISTON  Q\RJl/42/7  1826-1861, 1863-1864,

Parish/tithing: CHURCHILL  Q\RJl/42/8  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1823

Parish/tithing: COMPTON BISHOP  Q\RJl/42/9  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1814, 1816

Parish/tithing: CONGRESBURY  Q\RJl/42/10  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1823

Parish/tithing: HARPTREE, EAST  Q\RJl/42/11  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1863

Contents:
Ages given: 1811, 1813-1814, 1819, 1823

Parish/tithing: HUTTON  Q\RJl/42/12  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: KENN  Q\RJl/42/13  1756, 1768, 1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1814, 1816-1821 1823-1824
1810-1825 returns incorporate Huish 42/27a

Parish/tithing: KEWSTOKE  Q\RJl/42/14  1756, 1814-1823, 1825-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1814-1816, 1818, 1823-1824
1810-1813, 1824 returns incl. with Worle 42/26 below

Parish/tithing: LOCKING  Q\RJl/42/15  1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1815, 1823

Parish/tithing: LOXTON  Q\RJl/42/16  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1813, 1816

Parish/tithing: PUXTON  Q\RJl/42/17  1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: For 1768 see Q/RJl 42/10

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1818, 1820-1821

Parish/tithing: RODNEY STOKE  Q\RJl/42/18  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816
Draycott occasionally differentiated under Rodney Stoke and Cheddar above.

Parish/tithing: ROWBERROW  Q\RJl/42/19  1756, 1810, 1812, 1814-1861, 1863-1864

Parish/tithing: SHIPHAM  Q\RJl/42/20  1810-1858, 1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1824

Parish/tithing: UPHILL  Q\RJl/42/21  1756, 1768, 1810-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1818, 1824

Parish/tithing: WEARE  Q\RJl/42/22  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RJl 4/6 for Weare generally and for Lower Weare after 1824

Parish/tithing: Weare, Lower  Q\RJl/42/22(a)  1810, 1812-1820, 1822-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1815-1817 1819-1820, 1824

Parish/tithing: WESTON-SUPER-MARE  Q\RJl/42/23  1757, 1768, 1810-1821, 1827-1861, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816

Parish/tithing: WICK ST LAWRENCE  Q\RJl/42/24  1810-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: For 1768 see Q/RJl 42/10

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816

Parish/tithing: WINSCOMBE  Q\RJl/42/25  1756, 1768, 1810-1832, 1834-1855, 1857, 1859-1861

Contents:
Ages given: 1812-1816
Except as listed below, all tithings are included within this reference

Parish/tithing: Sandford  Q\RJl/42/25(a)  1815, 1820, 1822-1824

Parish/tithing: Shiplett  Q\RJl/42/25(b)  [n.d.]

Parish/tithing: Winscombe & Barton  Q\RJl/42/25(c)  1824

Parish/tithing: Woodborough & Sidcot  Q\RJl/42/25(d)  1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1824

Parish/tithing: WORLE  Q\RJl/42/26  1768, 1810-1860, 1863-1864

Contents:
Ages given: 1811-1818
1824 incl. letter from High Constable

Parish/tithing: YATTON  Q\RJl/42/27  1825-1861, 1863-1864


Related information: For 1768 see Q/RJl/42/14, pre 1825 documents see Q/RJl/42/27b and Q/RJl/42/27c. From 1825 all tithings included here

Parish/tithing: Huish  Q\RJl/42/27(a)  [n.d.]


Related information: For 1810-1825 see Q/RJl/42/13 Kenn

Parish/tithing: Yatton, East  Q\RJl/42/27(b)  1810, 1812, 1814-1817, 1819, 1821-1822, 1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1814-1815
1811, 1818, 1820 documents see Q/RJl/42/27d

Parish/tithing: Yatton, West  Q\RJl/42/27(c)  1810, 1812, 1816-1817, 1819, 1821-1824

Contents:
Ages given: 1812, 1816

Parish/tithing: Yatton, East & West  Q\RJl/42/27(d)  1811, 1818, 1820

Miscellaneous Items found with jury lists  [no ref. or date]

Items Found with jury lists  Q\RJl/43  1753-1864

Contents:
(a) 1753-1824 Composite jury lists for the Hundreds of Pitney, 1753, Winterstoke, 1756, Norton Ferris and Whitstone, 1767, Cannington and Glaston 12 Hides 1768; precepts to the High Constables to make jury lists, Abdick and Bulstone, 1812, Bempstone, 1824; letter re neglect of parish overseers of Aisholt, Over Stowey and Stringston to make returns, 1851.
(b) 1768 Composite jury lists for the Hundreds of South Petherton, Houndsborough etc., Taunton Deane, Hartcliffe with Bedminster, Frome, Chew, Carhampton, Bempstone, Winterstoke, and Stone; precepts to the High Constables of the Hundreds of Andersfield and Crewkerne to make jury lists; precept to the Constables of Glaston 12 Hides to raise money for the county stock; label recording that the 1768 jury lists were handed over in 1823 to the clerk of the peace by the representatives of a former clerk.
(c) 1864 Schedules of parishes for whom jury lists have been allowed arranged by magisterial division with list of Hundred Constables prob. 1864.
(d) 1851 Papers relating to a claim by the borough of Langport for exemption from jury service [see also D/B/la].

Items found with jury lists  Q\RJl/44  1839-1846

Contents:
Copies of burgess rolls for Bridgwater borough with covering letters that they were sent to record persons exempt from jury service.

Items found with jury lists  Q\RJl/45  1837-1843

Contents:
Wells burgess roll 1843 with list of Council 1841; electorial roll for the city with arrangement of polling booths 1837.

Items found with jury lists  Q\RJl/46  1839-1843

Contents:
Bath city burgess rolls with list of Council members 1841.

CHARITIES AND SOCIETIES  Q\RS  [n.d.]

CHARITIES  Q\RSc  [n.d.]


Related information: For Reports of Somerset Charities, 1816, 1819-1837, see volume in 0. Wyndham Room.

Contents:
By Act 52 George III c.102 (1812) trustees of charities and charitable donations were required to register with the Clerk of the Peace all instruments on which they were founded. The deposit with the Clerk of copies of annual accounts was made necessary by Act 16-17 Victoria c.137 (1852-1853). The type of charity recorded included almshouses, schools and various charitable donations.

Enrolled memorials registering charitable societies under the Act of 1812, describing lands and arrangements of administering the charities, incl. Crewkerne Free Grammar School (22 charities)  Q\RSc/1  1813-1840

1 vol.

Original memorials enrolled in 1., above.  Q\RSc/2  1813-1840

21 docts.

Returns of annual statements of accounts (several state trustees) of charities, arranged by parish.  Q\RSc/3/1-10  [n.d.]

Contents:
Although the covering dates are 1853-1877, these do not necessarily apply to individual charities.

Bath.  Q\RSc/3/1  [n.d.]

Ashcott-Cannington (also Porlock and Burnham).  Q\RSc/3/2  [n.d.]

Chard.  Q\RSc/3/3  [n.d.]

Cheddar-Crowcombe.  Q\RSc/3/4  [n.d.]

Dinder-Ilminster.  Q\RSc/3/5  [n.d.]

Kingston Seymour-Stowey (also Chew Magna).  Q\RSc/3/6  [n.d.]

Taunton-Wells, incl. printed report and accounts of Taunton and Somerset Hospital, 1853 (also Cutcombe).  Q\RSc/3/7  [n.d.]

Weston (nr. Bath)-Yeovil.  Q\RSc/3/8  [n.d.]

Pyncombe Charity (profits of Devon estate assigned for various schemes, incl. support of the poor of Dunster) [see also DD/CH and DD/TB]; Horner Charity (profits of Devon estate for procuring augmentations of benefices in Wilts., Som., Devon and Dorset). [N.B. Both Charities adminstered by the same receiver.]  Q\RSc/3/9  [n.d.]

Various: list of charity accounts received, 1854-1858; accounts for various charities.  Q\RSc/3/10  [n.d.]

Various  [no ref. or date]

Colston Hospital Trust, Bristol: scheme of management, with correspondence re appointment of one trustee by Somerset Quarter Sessions.  Q\RSc/4  1880

2 docts.

SAVINGS BANKS  Q\RSb  [n.d.]

Contents:
An Act of 57 George III c.130 (1817) provided for the rules, orders and regulations of such banks to be written into a book and a parchment copy deposited with the Clerk of the Peace. This requirement was abolished by Act 26-27 Victoria c.87 (1863).

Rules, Regulations and Orders of Savings Banks  [no ref. or date]

Bath.  Q\RSb/1  1836

1 doct.

Bridgwater and North Somerset.  Q\RSb/2  1817-1834

6 docts.


Related information: See also DD/WYp box 4.

Frome.  Q\RSb/3  1818-1835

7 docts.

Quantock (Nether Stowey), with agent's bonds, 1822, 1824.  Q\RSb/4  1817-1839

10 docts.


Related information: See also DD/WYp box 4.

East Somerset (Castle Cary, Bruton, Wincanton).  Q\RSb/5  1818-1834

4 docts.

Wells and Glastonbury.  Q\RSb/6  1818-1836

5 docts.

Wrington.  Q\RSb/7  1818-1840

7 docts.

West Somerset (Taunton).  Q\RSb/8  1817-1841

8 docts.

Yeovil.  Q\RSb/9  1818-1835

5 docts.

FRIENDLY, ANNUITY, LOAN AND BUILDING SOCIETIES  Q\RSf  [n.d.]

Friendly Societies  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
By Act 53 George III c.54 (1793), 10 George IV c.56 and 18, 19 Victoria c.63, Friendly Societies were bound to present copies of their rules and regulations for enrolment by the Clerk of the Peace. Some include tables of allowances and contributions and lists of members. Under the Act of 1855, these copies were sent to the Registrar of Friendly Societies, except for those listed below [2.-7.].

Lists of Friendly Societies whose rules are with the Registrar of Friendly Societies, stating locations, dates of establishment (from 1793) and enrolment of rules; with papers, c.1840 and 1847.  Q\RSf/1  c.1840, 1847, 1856

4 docts.

Rules of the Bathonian Society (instit. 1749), with minutes of meetings to make amendments to rules; names of members, 1816.  Q\RSf/2  1816-1823

1 vol.

The Friendly Society, Walcot, Bath: minutes of meetings to establish rules; with lists of members.  Q\RSf/3  1793-1823

1 vol.

Rules of the Brislington Union Friendly Society (estab. 1821).  Q\RSf/4  1828

1 doct.

Two copies of the rules of the North Brewham Friendly Society, with table of allowances and memorial of members.  Q\RSf/5  1828

4 docts.

Rules of the Friendly Society of inhabitants of Creech St. Michael, West Monkton, Ruishton and Thornfalcon (estab. 1787); same for Henstridge Friendly Society (estab. 1822), 1829; same for the Young Female Society, Ilchester, with list of members, 1826; same for Friendly Society, Ilminster (estab. 1810); Hartcliffe, Bedminster and Portbury Hundred Friendly Society (estab. 1827), rules, correspondence, etc., 1827-1828; Friendly Society, Langport Eastover, minutes of meetings, 1809-1815, with list of members, 1815, presented 1817; Friendly Society of Tradesmen and Others, Leigh-on-Mendip (estab. 1820), with memorial and list of members, 1827.  Q\RSf/6  1809-1829

22 docts.

Rules of the Friendly Society of inhabitants of Creech St. Michael, West Monkton, Ruishton and Thornfalcon (estab. 1787); same for Henstridge Friendly Society (estab. 1822), 1829; same for the Young Female Society, Ilchester, with list of members, 1826; same for Friendly Society, Ilminster (estab. 1810); Hartcliffe, Bedminster and Portbury Hundred Friendly Society (estab. 1827), rules, correspondence, etc., 1827-1828; Friendly Society, Langport Eastover, minutes of meetings, 1809-1815, with list of members, 1815, presented 1817; Friendly Society of Tradesmen and Others, Leigh-on-Mendip (estab. 1820), with memorial and list of members, 1827., cont'd: Lyncombe and Widcombe Independent Society, additional rule, 1826; Mark Friendly Society (estab. 1845), rules, 1845; West Monkton Society, rules and members list, 1822; Pensford Benefit Society, letter re change of meeting place, 1853; Stogumber Union Society, rules and members list, 1828, and copy Trent and Compton (co. Dorset) Friendly Society (estab. 1819), rules, 1819; Yatton Friendly Society (estab. 1777), rules and members list, 1824.  Q\RSf/7  1819-1853

13 docts.

Bonds of treasurers of Old Bath Friendly Society, 1794; Ilchester Benevolent Friendly Society, 1811; Batheaston Female Friendly Society, 1831.  Q\RSf/8  1794-1831

3 docts.

Correspondence, etc., relating to registration of Societies, incl. details of case involving Marksbury and Stanton Prior Friendly Society, 1833.  Q\RSf/9  1827-1834

1 bdl.

Annuity Societies  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These were bound by similar legislation to the Friendly Societies - viz. 10 George IV c.56 and 3 William IV c.14.

Somerset and Dorset Annuity Society (Taunton), rules, 1831 (and copy); Wells Annuity Society, 1835; Wrington Annuity Society, 1834.  Q\RSf/10  1831-1835

4 docts.

Loan Societies  [no ref. or date]

Rules: Long Ashton Clothing, Loan and Benefit Society, 1844; Bedminster Clothing, Loan and Benefit Society, 1841; Ilchester Provident Loan Society, 1839; Loan Society for the Hundred of Portbury, 1840, 1845; Weston-super-Mare Loan Society, 1858 and 1873.  Q\RSf/11  1839-1873

7 docts.

Building Societies  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These were required under Acts 6 and 7 William IV cc.32, 37 and 38 and Victoria c.42 to deposit copies of their rules with the Clerk of the Peace

Lists of rules of Building Societies enrolled with the Clerk of the Peace, with correspondence.  Q\RSf/12  1871, 1874

4 docts.

MASONIC LODGES  Q\RSm  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Q/RDd/34., Q/RDd/35.

Contents:
Pursuant to Act 39 George III c.79 (1798-1799) relating to seditious societies, lists of Lodge members were to be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace.
Members lists of Masonic Lodges in the following towns. The covering dates 1860-1904 are general and do not apply to each Lodge.

Bath, Bridgwater, Bristol, Bruton, Chard, Clevedon, Crewkerne, Frome, Glastonbury, Highbridge, Ilminster.  Q\RSm/1  [n.d.]

1 bdl.

Keynsham, Langport, Minehead, Portishead, Shepton Mallet, Taunton, Wellington, Wells, Weston (nr. Bath), Weston-super-Mare, Wincanton, Yatton, Yeovil.  Q\RSm/2  [n.d.]

1 bdl.

SCIENTIFIC OR LITERARY SOCIETIES  Q\RSl  [n.d.]

Contents:
Rules and regulations deposited with the Clerk of the Peace under Act 6, 7 Victoria c.36 relating to exemption from all rates of buildings occupied by scientific or literary societies.

Bridgwater School of Practical Art, 1860; Clevedon Village Hall Institution, 1872; Frome Literary and Scientific Institution (estab. 1844), 1845; Taunton Mechanics Institute (estab. 1830), 1844; Taunton School of Science and Art, 1870-1871; Wells Literary and Scientific Institution (estab. 1842), 1844.  Q\RSl/1  1844-1870

6 docts.

PUBLIC UNDERTAKINGS  Q\RU  [n.d.]

COMPANY ACCOUNTS  Q\RUa  [n.d.]

Conservators of the River Tone  [no ref. or date]

Account of expenditure and receipts (detailed)  Q\RUa/1  1697-1699

1 doct.

Account of expenditure and receipts (detailed), cont'd.  Q\RUa/2  1699-1700

1 doct.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709).  Q\RUa/3  1700-1710

9 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd.  Q\RUa/4  1710-1720, 1725-1729

16 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd.  Q\RUa/5  1730-1758

29 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd.  Q\RUa/6  1760-1795

36 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd, with copies of detailed accounts and names of proprietors  Q\RUa/7  1803-1822

48 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd, incl. writ of mandamus and brief relating to Company accounts, with copies of accounts, 1825-1830, and resolution of proprietors' meeting re regulations of boats on canal, 1828  Q\RUa/8  1823-1833

25 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd, sealed copies of detailed accounts  Q\RUa/9  1834-1845

12 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd., sealed copies of detailed accounts  Q\RUa/10  1845-1863

18 docts.

Account of expenditure and receipts (less detail from 1709), cont'd., sealed copies of detailed accounts  Q\RUa/11  1863-1878

15 docts.

Bridgwater Quay and Bridge  [no ref. or date]

Accounts of expenditure and receipt relating to the building of a bridge and quay at Bridgwater, with Quarter Session order, 1701  Q\RUa/12  1697- 1701

2 docts.

Accounts of expenditure and receipt relating to the building of a bridge and quay at Bridgwater, with Quarter Session order, 1701, cont'd: mainly summary of expenditure and receipt.  Q\RUa/13  1701-1704

1 doct.

Accounts of expenditure and receipt relating to the building of a bridge and quay at Bridgwater, with Quarter Session order, 1701, cont'd.  Q\RUa/14  1705-1712

7 docts.

Bridgwater Navigation  [no ref. or date]

Annual accounts  Q\RUa/15  1847-1862

c.25 docts.

Minehead Harbour  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For accounts, 1753-1865, see DD/L 1., 56/6.-8. and 57/9.-12.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations)  Q\RUa/16  1823-1829

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/17  1829-1839

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/18  1839-1849

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/19  1849-1859

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/20  1859-1869

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/21  1869-1879

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/22  1879-1890

1 bdl.

New quay maintenance accounts and keelage dues (stating vessels, merchants, goods and destinations), cont'd.  Q\RUa/23  1890-1903

1 bdl.

Watchet Harbour  [no ref. or date]

Annual printed statements of accounts (gap, 1883-1902)  Q\RUa/24  1858-1904

1 bdl.

Turnpike Trusts  [no ref. or date]

Returns made by the clerks and treasurers to the turnpike trusts to the Clerk of the Peace under the Act 1 George IV c.95 relating to their annual revenue and expenditure, with statements of amount of roads in their trusts  Q\RUa/25  1820

1 vol.

Abstract of annual accounts returned by individual trusts to the Clerk of the Peace. To 1833 these were kept in separate bundles for each trust; following 1834 the returns were kept in bundles by the Sessions at which they were registered. [For details of years covered for each trust, see ms. list on file.]  Q\RUa/26-43  [n.d.]

Turnpike trust accounts: Bath-Bruton  Q\RUa/26  1822-1833

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts: Chard-Martock  Q\RUa/27  1822-1833

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts: Minehead  Q\RUa/28  1822-1833

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts: Radstock-Yeovil  Q\RUa/29  1822-1833

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts  Q\RUa/30  1834-1836

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/31  1837-1840

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/32  1841-1844

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/33  1845-1846

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/34  1847-1850

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/35  1851-1854

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/36  1855-1858

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/37  1859-1862

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/38  1863-1866

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/39  1867-1871

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/40  1872-1874

1 bdl.

Turnpike trust accounts, cont'd.  Q\RUa/41  1875-1882

1 bdl.

Abstracts of accounts of the trusts (1822-1833), compiled by the Clerk of the Peace  Q\RUa/42  c.1833

1 bdl.

Correspondence relating to turnpike trust returns, incl. names and addresses of clerks to trusts, 1832-3, and papers re dispute of payment of parish contributions to Somerton and Langport Trust, 1841-2  Q\RUa/43  1820-1839, 1841-1842

1 bdl.

Annual Statements of Accounts of Various Companies  [no ref. or date]

Burrow Bridge Trust, statements of accounts  Q\RUa/44  1824-1845, 1882-1901

1 bdl.

Clifton Suspension Bridge Co  Q\RUa/45  1865-1904

1 bdl.

London and South Western Co  Q\RUa/46  1861-1878

1 bdl.

Clevedon Pier Co., annual report and accounts  Q\RUa/47  1869-1889

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Pier Co., annual report and accounts  Q\RUa/48  1880-1904

1 bdl.


Related information: See also DD/X/LES 4.].

Frome Market Co., annual accounts  Q\RUa/49  1875-1904

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Improvement Commissioners, annual accounts  Q\RUa/50  1842-1861

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Burial Board, annual accounts  Q\RUa/51  1856-1867

1 bdl.

Bristol Water Works Co., annual accounts  Q\RUa/52  1846-1904

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Water Works Co., annual accounts  Q\RUa/53  1866-1904

1 bdl.

Contents:
1873 Taunton Water Works Co., annual accounts 1875-1904 Wells Water Co., annual accounts. (Gaps.) 1877-1897 Portishead Water Works Co., annual accounts.

Bath Gas Light and Coke Co., annual accounts and reports  Q\RUa/54  1858-1904

1 bdl.

Bridgwater Gas Light Co., annual accounts and reports  Q\RUa/55  1903-1904

1 bdl.

Bristol United Gas Light Co., annual accounts. (Bristol and Clifton Gas Light Co. to 1852.)  Q\RUa/56  1848-1873

1 bdl.

Clevedon Gas Co., annual accounts and reports  Q\RUa/57  1870-1904

1 bdl.

1867-1900 Frome Gas Co., annual accounts.  Q\RUa/58  1867-1882

1 bdl.


Related information: For Shepton Gas and Coke Co., 1843-1901, see DD/NL.

Contents:
1892-1900 Glastonbury Gas and Coke Co., annual accounts. (Gaps.) 1885 Midsomer Norton Gas and Coke Co., annual accounts.

Wells Gas Light Co., annual accounts and reports  Q\RUa/59  1872-1880, 1892-1900

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Gas Light Co., annual accounts and reports (from 1883)  Q\RUa/60  1856-1904

1 bdl.

Drainage  [no ref. or date]

Somerset Drainage Commissioners, annual accounts and reports (from 1890)  Q\RUa/61  1882-1904

1 bdl.

Drainage Boards Accounts  Q\RUa/62-70  [n.d.]

Aller Moor.  Q\RUa/62  1869-1871

1 bdl.

Lower Axe.  [no ref.]  1882-1904

Bridgwater and Pawlett (with reports from 1896).  [no ref.]  1882-1926

Lower Brue, with reports.  Q\RUa/63  1882-1904

1 bdl.

Cannington and Wembdon.  Q\RUa/64  1882-1904

1 bdl.

Chedzoy, accounts with reports from 1897.  Q\RUa/65  1867-1904

1 bdl.

Curry Moor, accounts with reports from 1897.  Q\RUa/66  1865-1866, 1870-1904

1 bdl.

King's Sedgemoor and Cary Valley, accounts.  Q\RUa/67  1882-1904

1 bdl.

Langport, accounts.  Q\RUa/68  1886-1904

1 bdl.

North Moor, accounts and reports (from 1897).  Q\RUa/69  1868-1904

1 bdl.

1882-1883 West Sedgemoor, accounts.  Q\RUa/70  1865-1904

1 bdl.

Contents:
1865-1866, 1870-1883 Stanmoor, accounts 1882-1904 Stockland, accounts

Avon, Brue and Parrett Fishery District Conservators, accounts and vouchers  Q\RUa/71-72  1895-1906

2 bdls.

WARRANTS AND INQUISITIONS  Q\RUi  [n.d.]

Contents:
These consist of warrants to the Sheriff and inquisitions, including adjudications, by Special Grand Juries relating to compensation for damage to, and purchase of, properties undertaken by various Schemes. They were usually provided for in the particular legislation of the relevant Scheme; by Act of 8, 9 Victoria c.18 (1845) the verdict and judgment were to be signed by the Sheriff and deposited with the Clerk of the Peace.

Tone Jury: assessment of damage to property by the Conservators of the Tone in cutting back bushes and undergrowth and making a towpath along the river, 1708; ditto relating to building of half-lock and keeper's cottage at North Curry and wharves, etc., in Taunton St. James, nr. Tone Bridge, 1710.  Q\RUi/1  1708, 1710

2 docts.

Contemporary copies of inquisitions to assess damage to property arising from the making of the River Avon Canal, Bath-Hanham Mill [originals enrolled in Bath Quarter Sessions records].  Q\RUi/2-3  1725, 1726

2 docts.

Inquisitions of the Grand Jury into the price of purchase of pt. of Buckland Farm, Durston, by the Bristol and Taunton Canal Co., 1824; same for the purchase of land in Radstock from Lady Waldegrave by the proprietors of the Somerset Coal Canal, with plans, 1858.  Q\RUi/4  1824, 1858

2 docts.

Sheriff's warrant and inquisition into the purchase of property held by the overseers and churchwardens of Taunton St. James by Bridgwater and Taunton Canal Co. [inquisitions marked 465, but summary of document numbered 466 in enrolment register Q/RDd 34.].  Q\RUi/5  1827

2 docts.

Inquisitions to assess damage to property arising from Bruton Turnpike Road.  Q\RUi/6  1833

3 docts.

Inquisitions to assess damage to property arising from Bruton Turnpike Road., relating to Somerset and Dorset Rly. Co., Lyncombe and Widcombe, 1874, and Wells, 1876; Midland Rly. Co., Bath-Thornbury, 1864; G.W.R., Weston-super-Mare, 1882.  Q\RUi/7  1864-1882

4 docts.

Inquisitions to assess damage to property arising from Bruton Turnpike Road., relating to site for Ilchester Board School.  Q\RUi/8  1877

1 doct.

Inquisition to enclose Sand or Moor Lane in Wedmore  Q\RUi/9  1778

1 doct.

Orders, Acts and Miscellaneous Papers  Q\Ruo  [n.d.]

Contents:
By Acts 8-9 Victoria c.16 and c.20 (1845), canal, railway and other like-undertaking companies were to deposit with the appropriate Clerk of the Peace a copy of the Special Enabling Act. These papers comprise Acts, Orders and associated papers establishing the companies and extending their schemes, and may include petitions of the County Council and affected parishes against schemes.

Light Railways and Tramways  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
and Canals [see Q/Ruo/12., below]

Bath and District Light Rly. Co., incl. composite 1st. ed. 6" map showing routes of lines.  Q\Ruo/1-2  1880, 1882, 1899-1908

2 bdls.

Bath Electric Tramways, Ltd.  Q\Ruo/3  1902-1934

1 bdl.

Bath and Lansdowne Light Rly. Co.  Q\Ruo/4  1905-1906

1 bdl.

Blagdon and Pensford Light Rly.  Q\Ruo/5  1905-1906

1 bdl.

Bridgwater, Langport and Glastonbury Light Rly., with route plan.  Q\Ruo/6  1896-1898

1 bdl.

Bridgwater, Stowey and Stogursey Light Rly.  Q\Ruo/7  1899-1901

1 bdl.

Bristol Tramways (extensions), incl. petitions from Keynsham.  Q\Ruo/8  1891-1934

1 bdl.

Chew Valley Tramways: copy of clause in bill for protection of inhabitants of Somerset.  Q\Ruo/9  1887

1 doct.

Highbridge, Wedmore and Cheddar Light Rly.  Q\Ruo/10  1899-1900

1 bdl.

Priston (to Dunkerton) Light Rly.  Q\Ruo/11  1903, 1905

1 bdl.

Lynton and Minehead Light Rly.  Q\Ruo/11a  1898

1 bdl.

North Somerset Light Rly., incl. correspondence re closure of the Somerset Canal, with partic. ref. to maintenance of new road bridge at Dunkerton, Midford Bridge and bridge nr. Monkton Combe viaduct, for which Light Rly. Co. might be responsible  Q\Ruo/12  1902-1903

1 bdl.

Somerton, Keinton Mandeville and Castle Cary Light Rly  Q\RUo/13  1891-1897

1 bdl.

Taunton Light Rly  Q\RUo/14  1897-1901

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon and Portishead Light Rly  Q\RUo/15  1895-1923

1 bdl.

Weston-super-Mare Tramways  Q\RUo/16  1880-1882, 1897-1922

1 bdl.

Wrington Vale Light Rly.  Q\RUo/17  1896-1897

1 bdl.

Railways  [no ref. or date]

Bristol & Exeter Rly. G.W.R., copies of Acts. [Acts of 1836 and 1864 bound together and stamped S.C.C. 1913.]  Q\RUo/18  1836-1885

1 bdl.

G.W.R. ind. certificates of completion of roads 1907-1910.  Q\RUo/19  1894-1914

1 bdl.

S. Western Rly. Co., copies of Acts.  Q\RUo/20  1877-1899

1 bdl.

Various rly. co.s, copies of Acts.  Q\RUo/21  1848-1876

1 bdl.

Notices of applications for extensions of railways to landowners: G.W.R., Blandford and Bruton Junction Rly., Wilts., Som. and Weymouth Rly., with copies of Standing Orders for Private Bills and deposit of documents with Clerks of the Peace. With Wilts. Som. and Weymouth Act  Q\RUo/22  1846

1 bdl.

Bristol, London and Southern Counties Rly. Co., with plan of route.  Q\RUo/23  1903

1 bdl.

Harbours and Piers  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(Copies of Acts)

Brean Down harbour and prospectus, 1889; Clevedon pier, 1847-1891; Minehead harbour and pier, 1823 and 1895; Watchet harbour, 1857-1860, 1902; Weston-super-Mare pier, 1845-1861, 1881, 1896; copy London Gazette notices re Bridgwater Port and Navigation, 1905; 1923 Burnham pier, 1906, 1914  Q\RUo/24  1823-1923

1 bdl.

Waterworks  [no ref. or date]

Bath Waterworks, incl. copy of agreement for work in Batheaston, 1871, and printed pamphlet on Bath water supply, 1902 (E. C. Petgrave); petitions from parishioners of Weston and Twerton re water supply, prob. 1902.  Q\RUo/25  1870-1871, 1902-1923

1 bdl.

Bristol Waterworks.  Q\RUo/26  1888, 1902-1903, 1914-1926

1 bdl.

Various town waterworks schemes: Bridgwater, 1877; Frome, 1871; Glastonbury, 1899; Minehead, 1904; Portishead (incl. composite O.S. 2nd. ed. plan showing route of pipes, etc.), 1907; Street U.D.C., 1902; Shepton Mallet, 1857; Taunton, 1858, 1900; Wells, 1872, 1901; Weston-super-Mare, 1872, 1873; Yeovil, 1871 (and amendment of 1854 Improvement Act).  Q\RUo/27  1871-1907

1 bdl.

Electricity Supply  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also Q/RUo/38 below.

Electric lighting: Bath, 1890, 1896; Bridgwater, 1898, 1903; Bristol, 1883; Clevedon, Portishead and Long Ashton, 1904; Frome, 1901; Glastonbury, 1904; Keynsham, 1904; Taunton, 1893; Wells, 1896; Weston-super-Mare, 1891; Yeovil, 1903.  Q\RUo/28  1883-1904

1 bdl.

Somerset and District Electric Supply Power Co.  Q\RUo/29  1903-1904

1 bdl.

Gas Supply  [no ref. or date]

Bath, 1856, 1875, 1901; Bridgwater, 1903; Bristol and Clifton Oil Gas Co. (later Bristol United Gas Light Co.), 1847, 1891; Chew Magna Gas and Coal Co., 1880; Frome Selwood Gas and Coke Co. (later Frome Gas Co.), 1866, 1884; Glastonbury (and Street) Gas and Coke Co., 1892; Midsomer Norton Gas and Coke Co., 1873; Portishead Gas Co., 1893; Taunton Gas Light and Coke Co., 1871; Shepton Mallet Gas Co., 1902; Wellington Gas Co., 1904; Weston-super-Mare Gas, 1855-1901 (later Weston-super-Mare Gas Light Co.).  Q\RUo/30  1847-1904

1 bdl.

Martock and District Gas Consumers' Co.: correspondence and prospectus.  Q\RUo/31  1898

1 bdl.

Martock and District Gas Consumers' Co.: O.S. 6" 1st. ed. sheets 82 S.E., S.W., N.W., showing (?proposed) lines of mains.  Q\RUo/32  1898

1 bdl.

Enclosure  [no ref. or date]

Plan of North Brewham Enclosure  Q\RUo/33  n.d. post-1844

1 doct.

Copies information: For copy with schedule of allotments (private enclosure), 1844, see DD/BT 4/1/8.-10.].


Agreements, plans, etc., for drainage and improvement of Hobbs Moor and Chilworth farms, Ilminster, by the Landowners' West of England and South Wales Land Drainage and Inclosure Co., with Rev'd Jn. C. Cox  Q\RUo/34  1862-1866

1 doct.

Copies of Acts of Various Public Undertakings  [no ref. or date]

Copies of Acts: Frome Markets Act, 1874; Taunton Market Act, 1833; Weston-super-Mare Market and Improvement Acts, 1842, 1851; Yeovil Borough and Improvement Act, 1854  Q\RUo/35  1833-1874

1 bdl.


Related information: for Amendment Act, 1871, see Q/RUo/27., above].

Copies of Acts: River Avon-River Tone Canal, 1811; Brue Improvement and Glastonbury Canal, 1827; Chard Canal, 1834, 1841; Parrett Navigation, 1836; Bridgwater Turnpike Roads, 1779, 1822; Wiveliscombe Turnpike Roads, 1825; Taunton Turnpike Roads, 1840.  Q\RUo/36  1779-1841

1 bdl.

Copies of Acts: Somerset Coal Canal, 1794; Bristol Gaol, 1816. Enclosure Acts: Huish Episcopi, 1797; King's Brompton, Upton, Skilgate, 1801; Keinton Mandeville, 1804; Milborne Port, 1813; Neroche Forest, 1830. Photo-copies of River Avon Navigation 1712; Topshaun - Taunton Canal, 1796, 1811  Q\RUo/37  1794-1830

1 bdl.

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Mainly acts and orders regulating local compies and notices which deal with electric lighting to 1920 and subsequently with electric supply

Axminster [co. Devon] and Chard District, 1925-1927; Bath R.D.C. 1904-1908; Bridgwater and district 1922; Bridport [co. Dorset] and Chard District, 1924 (Bristol, 1929.); Burnham and District 1912-1920; Clevedon, 1910; Frome, 1906-1920; Keynsham, 1918; Minehead and Dunster, 1907-1920; North Somerset, 1921-1925; Portishead and District, 1911-1918; Radstock, 1924.  Q\RUo/38  1904-1929

1 bundle

Shaftsbury and District, 1924-1925; Street and District, 1915-1922; Taunton, 1919-1925; Uphill, (with plan) 1925; Wellington, 1926; West Wilts, (incl. parts of Bath and Frome R.D.Cs.), 1925; Yeovil, 1914. 1923; General correspondence, 1925.  Q\RUo/39  1914-1926

1 bundle

GAS SUPPLY  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Orders etc. regulating local companies

Bristol 1921; Bridgwater, 1921; Bristol, 1910-1927; Chard, 1919, 1923; Chew Magna, 1918-1920; Clevedon, 1921 1937; Frome, 1919; Glastonbury, 1918-1939; Highbridge, 1910, 1920; Midsomer Norton, 1913-1919; Portishead, 1921-1922; Shepton Mallet, 1921-1923; Taunton, 1919-1936; Wellington 1920-1921; Wells, 1920-1933; Weston-Super-Mare, 1911-1929; (incl. specification of gas measuring equipment); Yeovil, 1920. Minehead 1935.  Q\RUo/40  1910-1939

1 bundle

General file mainly returns from companies of gas supplied incl. Weston-Super-Mare and District Gas Co. annual report, 1947.  Q\RUo/41  1936-1948

1 bundle

WATER SUPPLY  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Orders etc. regulating local companies

Clevedon, 1909 1937; Combe Down and District, 1927; Portishead District, 1907-1924; Shepton Mallet, 1922; Street, 1919; West Gloucestershire (ref. to Clutton R.D.C.) 1908-1922; Weston-Super-Mare, 1918-1924.  Q\RUO/42  1907-1937

1 bundle

Bristol Waterworks Co; incl. report of the effects of flooding in the area, 1968, 1942-1970; West Somerset Water Board, 1962; Wessex Water Board, 1963 1970; copy of Water Act, 1973.  Q\RUO/43  1942-1973

1 bundle

DRAINAGE  [no ref. or date]

Northern (Wrington) Division, Somerset sewers; Laws and Ordinances, 1903; commutation of liabilities for various rhines and walls, stating owners 'address, commissioner's map ref. acreage etc.), 1923, 1925.  Q\RUO/44  1903-1925

2 volumes
2 docts.


Related information: See also D/RA deposit

PLANS OF SCHEMES  Q\RUp/1-706  1791-1971

Administrative history:
The legal deposit of plans of public undertakings was first provided for in 1793 by Standing Orders of the House of Lords (S.O. 136). The need for such deposit was recognised following the 'canal mania' of the early 1790s, when it became evident that canal bills were being hurried through Parliament without proper scrutiny. Thereafter, promoters of canal or waterworks bills (and later of bills for other public undertakings) were required to submit to the Lords plans of works, books of reference, and other papers before a bill was brought up from the Commons to the Lords. In 1837 (7 Wm IV and 1 Vict, c.83) an Act compelled the local deposit of plans of public undertakings with the Clerk of the Peace, although in practice local deposit had been taking place from a much earlier date.

Contents:
Original plans with books of reference (stating owners, occupiers and field names of lands affected) relating to public utilities eg., canals, turnpike roads, railways, tramways, water supply, harbours, docks, gas, electricity and light, extensions of borough boundaries etc., with amendment and deviation schemes. Sealed copies of some 500 plans (post 1839) are held
Copies of orders are often found with the later schemes. Plans of county bridges, gaols, asylum, assize court mistakenly stored at some date with this series, have now been removed and relocated
Plans of public undertakings in Somerset were deposited with the Clerk of the Peace as early as 1791, responsibility for receiving them being transferred to the Clerk of the County Council on the Council's formation in 1889. Sealed duplicates of 529 plans also exist as a separate series from 1839. Plans of canals, river navigations and highway diversions are common at the beginning of the series; by the early 19th century, harbour works and turnpike improvements are also found, and from 1829 until the late 19th century railway undertakings predominate. Tramways, and gas, electricity and water undertakings become numerous in the late 19th century, as do schemes for street lighting. Copies of orders are often found with later schemes. Plans of county bridges, gaols, the asylum, and the assize courts, mistakenly stored with this series at an unknown date, have now been removed and relocated.

[Staple Fitzpaine and Curland Road]  Q\RUp/1  1791

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Highway diversion in parish of Staple Fitzpaine near to house of William Drake, a warrener, and Great and Little Beacon (Castle Neroche). Castle Inn shown. Little other detail.

Plan of the River Yeo from Ilchester to Langport'  Q\RUp/2  9 Nov 1894


Related information: For section, see D/RA/3/3/22

Contents:
Surveyors: G. Harcourt Masters, A. Crodeer
Shows river and land on either bank in parishes of: Ilchester, Somerton, Northover, Tintinhull, Martock, Long Sutton, Muchelney, Huish Episcopi.
Fine detail: named farms and bridges, common meadows, town layouts (incl. County Gaol). Reference book names landowners and occupiers. Neighbouring churches drawn in perspective.

[Tone River to Uphill]  Q\RUp/3/1  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Proposed canal and land immediately in its path (in relation to river Parrett). Runs through parishes of Creech St. Michael, Durston, East Lyng, North Petherton, Bridgwater, Puriton, Pawlett, Huntspill, Burnham, South Brent, Berrow, Bleadon and Uphill. Churches in elevation - generally poor detail. Reference book names landowners and occupiers.

[From Uphill to Nailsea coalpits]  Q\RUp/3/2  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Continuation of canal plan from Uphill to Backwell, nr. Nailsea. Detail as in 3/1; parishes of Uphill, Bleadon, Hutton, Worle, Banwell, Congresbury, Yatton, Nailsea, Chelvey and Backwell.

'Plan of a Collateral Branch or Navigable Canal from the hamlet of Forton (Chard) to nr. Clapton (Crewkerne)'  Q\RUp/3/3  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Detail as in 3/1; parishes of Chard, Cricket St. Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, and Crewkerne. Some buildings and churches shown in elevation. Reference book also distinguishes land in common or enclosed.

'Collateral Branch from West Hatch to Ruggins Green (West Buckland)'  Q\RUp/3/4  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan of collateral canal branch. Detail as in 3/1; parishes of West Hatch, Thurlbear, Staple Fitzpaine, Orchard Portman, Corfe, Pitminster, Angersleigh and West Buckland. Detail as in 3/3.

'Plan of the intended canal from Uphill to Taunton'  Q\RUp/4  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: I. Easton
Same canal route as 3/1 but continuation from Ham Mills, Creech St. Michael to Taunton through West Monkton, Cheddon. Detail as maps in Q/RUp 3. Reference book distinguishes land in common or enclosed.

'Plan of navigable canal from the river Avon(nr Bristol) to Taunton'  Q\RUp/5  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: William White
Plan of canal route plus collateral branches to Bridgwater and Brean Pill. Detail generally as Q/RUp 3, but also shows relief and rivers. Runs through parishes of Easton in Gordano, Portbury, Clapton in Gordano, Walton in Gordano, Clevedon, Kenn, Yatton, Congresbury, Churchill, Sandford in Winscombe, Banwell, Christon, Loxton, East Brent, South Brent, Burnham, Huntspill, Puriton, Pawlett, Chilton Trinity, Bawdrip, East Bower, Bridgwater, Chedzoy, Westonzoyland, Middlezoy, Othery, Stoke Gregory, North Curry, Creech St. Michael, Ruishton, West Monkton, Taunton St. Mary Magdelene and St. James'.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

[Axmouth to Tone River]  Q\RUp/6  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Shows proposed canal route plus land on either side in parishes of: Devon - Seaton, Coliton, Musbery, Shute, Axminster
Dorset - Chardstock
Somerset - South Chard, Tatworth and Forton (all in Chard), Chard, Clayhanger in Combe St. Nicholas, Donyatt, Broadway, Hatch Beauchamp, Bickenhall, Curland, Staple Fitzpaine, West Hatch, Lillesdon in North Curry.
Good detail: mills, bridges, buildings (incl. poor house, Broadway Common), town layouts and also relief. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

[Navigation Ilchester to Langport]  Q\RUp/7  30 Sept 1794

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated, prob. C. Harcourt-Masters
Same map and detail as Q/RUp 2, with minor alterations to the scheme. For Section (w/m 1794) see D/RA/3/3/22 (C.H.Masters, surveyor).

'Plan of proposed Grand Western Canal from Taunton to Topsham (Devon)  Q\RUp/8  28 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan of proposed route plus branches to Wellington, Tiverton, Cullompton and Exeter road. Runs through parishes of:
Somerset - St. James, Taunton; Bishops Hull, Bradford, Nynehead, Hillfarrance, Wellington, Langford Budville, Thorn St. Margaret, Kittisford, Ashbrittle, Stawley.
Devon - Topsham, Heavitree, Sawton, Pinhoe, Honiton Clyst, Broadclyst, Clyst St. Lawrence, Clyst Hydon, Cullompton, Plymtree, Kentisbeare, Uffculme, Welland, Halberton, Cullumpstock, Hemyock, Holcombe Rogus, Burlescombe.
Quite good detail: mills, other buildings, weirs and bridges indicated. Simple town layouts. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'A Plan of Several Intended Variations from the Line of the Kennett and Avon Canal, and of a Navigable Cut to Trowbridge'  Q\RUp/9  29 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan of proposed alterations to the course of the Kennet and Avon Canal. Parishes in which variations are proposed and are listed in the reference book: Winsley in Bradford, Westwood parish, Bradford, Rowde, Seend, Melksham, Lemington in Steeple Ashton, Whaddon, Hilperton, Staverton in Trowbridge, Great Trowle, Great Bedwyn, Burbage, St. John's (Devizes), all in co. Wilts.; and Monkton Combe.
Good detail: farms, buildings, bridges, mills and roads. Basic town layouts.
Reference book for landowners/occupiers in path of variations.

'A Plan for a Navigable Canal from the River Avon (nr. Bristol) to Bridgwater and Taunton.'  Q\RUp/10  29 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: William White
Plan of proposed canal plus collateral branches to Langport, Brean Pill and the collieries at Nailsea.
Similar detail to Q/RUp 5. Shows the same canal route as 5. Glassworks, quarries and coalmines at Nailsea, illustrated. Map in relief. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Line of Extension of the Kennet and Avon Canal ........Between the Cities of Bath and Bristol.'  Q\RUp/11  29 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Shows proposed canal route and adjoining land running through the parishes of: Bathampton, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Twerton, Corston, Saltford, Keynsham and Brislington. Quite good detail, bridges, roads and some buildings shown. Some suggestion of relief. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Dorset and Somerset Canal'  Q\RUp/12  30 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: W.Bennett
Shows proposed canal route and adjoining land through the parishes of: Dorset - Hamworthy, Lytchett Minster, Canford, Corfe Mullen, St.Martins Wareham, Lytchett Matravers, Sturminster Marshall, Spettisbury, Charlton Marshall, Blandford, Stourpaine, Shillingstone Okeford, Okeford Fitzpaine, Sturminster Newton, Stalbridge.
Somerset - Henstridge, Temple and Abbas Combe, Horsington, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrove, South Brewham, North Brewham, Witham Friary, Nunney, Marston Bigot, Frome Selwood, Beckington, Elm, Mells, Babington, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stratton on the Fosse.
Wiltshire - North Bradley, Wingfield, Bradford.
Excellent detail, bridges, buildings and roads, common fields. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

[Dunkerton, Radstock and Somerset Coal Canal (original plans)]  Q\RUp/13  9 Nov 1793

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Shows the branches of canal starting at Dunkerton and Radstock and joining at Milford. Also shows railroads that ran to canal from coalworks.
Dunkerton Branch: runs through parishes of: Clutton, Farmborough High Littleton, Timsbury, Paulton, Midsomer Norton, Camerton, Dunkerton, Wellow, Combe Hay, South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Bradford.
Radstock Branch: Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Writhlington, Wellow, Forscote, Hinton Charterhouse.
Generally poor detail but shows position of coalworks and parts of railroads. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Deviations of the Somerset Coal Canal'  Q\RUp/13a  30 Sept 1795

Contents:
Surveyor: W.Smith
Similar map to Q/RUp 13 but no railroads or collieries marked. Minor changes to Q/RUp 13, Dunkerton branch only mapped to Timsbury parish and Radstock branch only to Wellow. Reasonable detail, some buildings named, churches illustrated. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

Bristol and Western Canal  Q\RUp/14  12 Jan 1796

Contents:
i. 'Plan of the Proposed Variation within Bridgwater'
Surveyor: William White
Layout of town, position of docks, bowling green shown in Bridgwater. No reference book.
ii. 'Continuation of the Collateral Branch from Clevedon to Nailsea (docklands to Nailsea Collieries)'
Surveyor: William White
No detail, shows position of colliery and canal route. No ref.book.

'Plan of the Proposed Variations and Extensions to the Line of the Kennett and Avon Canal'  Q\RUp/15  30 Sept 1797

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Shows two changes to the Parliamentary canal line.
i. Just outside Bath (Somerset) in parishes of Bathwick and Bathampton. Good detail, bridges, streets, mills. See ref.book for landowners/occupiers.
ii. In Wiltshire from Rowde to All Cannings. Excellent detail, buildings, turnpikes, common meadows, churches and roads. Reference book for land around alterations.

[Staple Road] (map damaged)  Q\RUp/16  Aug 1800

Contents:
Surveyor: (name lost due to damage)
Proposed alterations to the road running between Staple Fitzpaine and Dommetts Cross. Little actual detail, shows buildings and churches in elevation, Staple Pond and Castle Inn. Illustrates previous schemes for improvement. Does give detail of land quality and gradient. (Covers same area as Q/RUp 1) - see also Q/SR Mich.1821.

'A Plan of the River Axe from Wear Bridge to Black Rock.... and of the Proposed Dam and Lock near Bleadon.....and the Proposed Sluice and Drain.....in the Parish of Lympsham.'  Q\RUp/17  30 Sept 1801

Contents:
Surveyor: William White
Course of river and proposed changes in the paishes of: Bleadon, Berrow, Lympsham, East Brent, Loxton, Biddisham, Badgworth, Compton Bishop and Weare. Some detail, sites of bridges and ferries, turnpike road shown. Churches shown in elevaion. Reference book for landowners/occupiers in vicinity of changes.

'A Plan of the Proposed Variations of the two Branches of the Somerset Coal Canal'  Q\RUp/18  30 Sept 1801

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Shows canal route and variations in the parishes of Combe Hay, Wellow and South Stoke. Little detail. Position of locks shown. Reference book to land alongside variations.

'Design for Improving the Harbour of Bristol'  Q\RUp/19  30 Sept 1802

Contents:
Surveyor: William White
Plan showing proposed position of new docks, dams and chanbers, new cut through Bedminster.
Parishes of: Bedminster (Somerset), other Bristol parishes also shown. Reference book for landowners/occupiers.

'Design for Improving the Harbour of Bristol'  Q\RUp/20  30 Sept 1802

Contents:
Surveyor: William White
Same as Q/RUp 19, but with extension Westward. Plan shows position of new docks, waterways, dams, basins, pipes and ferries.
Somerset parishes: Bedminster, Brislington, Keynsham. Simple detail, shows bridges, docks, sluices and industry, e.g. Glassworks. Reference book for landowners/occupiers.

'Design for Improving the Harbour of Bristol'  Q\RUp/21  27 Sept 1805

Contents:
Surveyor: William White.
Overall plan - combination of Q/RUp 19 and 20. Shows proposed new cuts, river widening scheme, docks, basins, and roads.
Somerset parishes of: Bedminster, Keynsham and Brislington. Excellent detail - extensive street plan of area of Bristol near docks, industries, bridges. Reference book as for Q/RUp 19 and 20.

'Plan of the Farm and Lands called Bath Common.....in the Parish of Walcot'  Q\RUp/22  29 Sept 1806

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan of site for the building of a reservoir to supply new houses to be built on the site. Poor actual detail. Shows the division of the common, the acreage of each named division, surrounding land and owners, site of farmhouse and garden. Roads are shown and some named.

'Plan of the Bath River Navigation from Hanham Mills (co.Glos.) to the Quay in the City of Bath (Somerset).'  Q\RUp/23  30 Sept 1806

Contents:
Surveyor: W.Bennett
Map of river navigation and adjoining land.
Somerset parishes: Keynsham, Saltford, Corston, Newton, Twerton, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Walcot, Weston, Kelston and North Stoke. Very good detail, locks, bridges, buildings, roads. Map also shows towpaths. Mills, engines also shown. Reference book to landowners/occupiers along the course.

[Bristol Bridge and Road]  Q\RUp/24  25 Sept 1807

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Proposed path of New Road and drawbridge from the end of Princes Street to the North bank of the 'new river'.
Somerset parish of Bedminster. Bristol parish of St.Stephen. Little detail, position of buildings and dock gates. Reference book of landowners/occupiers.

[Wilton Jail]  Q\RUp/25  1807

Contents:
TRANSFERRED TO Q/AGW 3/1

'Plan of Intended New Road and Improvements from North Hill..through Frome to Keyford.'  Q\RUp/26  30 Sept 1808

Contents:
Surveyor; not stated
Route of proposed new road through Frome and layout of town centre. Reasonable detail, some streets named, positions of all buildings, market places. Reference book, also gives use of buildings and land in path of road.

[Langport to Bridgwater Drain]  Q\RUp/27  29 Sept 1809

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map of proposed drain and the adjoining fields in the vicinity of River Parrett and Portlake Rhine, in the parishes of Langport, Aller, Othery, Stoke St.Gregory, North Petherton, and Bridgwater. Little detail, bridges and locks shown. Neighbouring churches in perspective. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

(Collection of four maps of proposed roads)  Q\RUp/28  30 Sept 1809

Contents:
A. Bruton to Nunney Catch Gate. Parishes of: Bruton, North Brewham, Upton Noble, Batcombe, Wanstrow.
B. Honey Thorn Hill to Radstock. Parishes of: Kilmersdon and Radstock.
C. South Hill to Upton Noble. Parish of West Cranmore.
D. Pitcombe Rock to Jack White's Gibbet. Parish of Shepton Montague.
Generally poor detail, maps more like sketches. Features alongside roads shown, e.g. churches, gates, stocks, turnpikes, farms. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of an Intended New Road and Improvements from North Hill....through Frome to Keyford'  Q\RUp/29  30 Sept 1809

Contents:
Surveyor: Crocker and Sons
Similar map to Q/RUp 26, shows more of area around Frome with same detail as 26. Reference book to landowners/occupiers, also gives use of buildings.

'Line of the Intended Bridgwater and Seaton Canal'  Q\RUp/30  29 Sept 1810

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map showing overall line of canal plus branches and feeders. Somerset parishes of: Chard, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Chaffcombe, Knowle St. Giles, Ilminster, Donyatt, Ilton, Isle Abbots, Curry Rivel, Huish Episcopi, Drayton, Stoke St. Gregory, North Petherton, Bridgwater, Wembdon and Cannington. Other Devon and Dorset parishes. Small scale but some detail, reservoirs, roads, position of villages, rivers.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Extension of the Kennett and Avon Canal from the City of Bath to the City of Bristol'  Q\RUp/31  29 Sept 1810

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map of proposed canal and adjoining land. Route runs through Somerset parishes of: Bedminster, Keynsham, Saltford, Corston, Newton, Twerton, Lyncombe and Widcombe and St. James' Bath, other Bristol and Gloucestershire parishes. Generally good detail, dock areas of Bristol and Bath, mills, bridges, other buildings, schools, inns and locks. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Bristol and Taunton Canal'  Q\RUp/32  29 Sept 1810

Contents:
Surveyors: W. White and J. Easton
Map of proposed canal route(plus branch to Cheddar) and adjoining land. Parishes of: Easton in Gordano, Portbury, Clapton in Gordano, Portishead, Weston in Gordano, Clevedon, Yatton, Congresbury, Puxton, Banwell, Winscombe, Christon, Loxton, East Brent, South Brent, Burnham, Huntspill, Pawlett, Puriton, Chilton, Bridgwater, Wembdon, North Petherton, East Lyng, Durston, Creech St.Michael, West Monkton, Cheddon Fitzpaine and Taunton St.James. Little detail. Shows industrial sites and intersections of canal with rivers and roads. Sites of neighbouring churches indicated. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.
[Subsequently, only the Bridgwater-Taunton section built as the Bridgwater Taunton Canal, 1824.]

Plan of Proposed Waterworks for Bristol.  Q\RUp/32a  29 Sept 1810

Contents:
All in co.Glouc. Reference book missing.

'Proposed Improvements to the Turnpike Road Leading from Warminster and Frome to Bath'.  Q\RUp/33  30 Sept 1810

Contents:
Surveyors: Crocker & Sons.
Map shows proposed improvements in the parish of Frome, in the parish of Radstock, at Oldford, Beckington, Mudford, Charterhouse Hinton, and Norton St.Philip. Little actual detail, shows layouts of villages where improvements are to occur, some buildings and streets named. Reference book to landowners/occupiers in path of improvements.

'Turnpike Road Leading from Warminster and Frome to Bath,Proposed Improvements'  Q\RUp/34  30 Sept 1811

Contents:
Surveyors: Crocker and Sons
Map shows proposed improvements to the road at: Oldford, Beckington, Norton St.Philip, Charterhouse Hinton, Mudford, and Fromefield. Detail as Q/RUp 33. Reference book to landowners/occupiers in path of improvements.

'Plan of the line of Variation of the Bristol and Taunton Canal at Huntworth to Bridgwater'.  Q\RUp/35  30 Sept 1811

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Very small map showing proposed variation and the land adjoining. Map also contains a section. Some detail, river, road and part of Bridgwater. Reference book to landowners/occupiers in path of variation.

'Plan for Floating the Harbour at Bridgwater'  Q\RUp/36  30 Sept 1811

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
Map of intended cut between Bridgwater and Binhams Leaze(Cannington Parish) and adjoining land. Map also has a section. Cut runs through parishes of Cannington, Wembdon and Bridgwater. Little detail. Dams are shown, course of river and part of Bridgwater channel depths. Reference book for landowners/occupiers.

No item listed for this number  Q\RUp/37  [n.d.]

'Plan for Floating the Harbour of Bridgwater'  Q\RUp/38  20 Sept 1812

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
Same map as Q/RUp 36, better copy. Same detail as 36.

'Map of an Intended Road Between the town of Chard and the Honiton/Ilminster Turnpike at Marsh(in Devon)'  Q\RUp/39  30 Sept 1812

Contents:
Surveyed: Bond and Pickering
Map of intended road and the surrounding land and other roads. Road runs through parishes of:Chard, Combe St. Nicholas, Whitestaunton(all Somerset); Membury, Yarcombe(Devon). Some detail, turnpike gates, roads, rivers and part of Chard. Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Water courses in the Town of Frome.'  Q\RUp/40  30 Sept 1812

Contents:
Surveyors: Crocker and Sons
Map of Frome with existing and intended streams illustrated. Very good detail. Layout of town centre, street names, inns, well, pump, school and reservoirs. Direction of stream flows indicated. Reference book gives landowners/occupiers and the nature of the property.

[West Harptree Road]  Q\RUp/41  30 Sept 1813

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map showing roads: Chew Magna to West Harptree Turnpike, Weston to Congresbury(and beyond), Clutton to Stowey.
Parishes involved in the schemes: Brockley, Congresbury, Churchill, Kewstoke, Weston, Worle, Banwell, Puxton, Chew Magna, West Harptree, Stowey and Yatton. Very little detail. Reference book to proprietors.

'Plan of a Proposed Turnpike Road from Chard to Rawridge Hill (Up Ottery, Devon)'.  Q\RUp/42  30 Sept 1813

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows proposed route plus adjoining land.
Parishes: Up-Ottery, Yarcombe (Devon); Charstock, Wambrook (Dorset); Combe St. Nicholas, Whitestaunton (Somerset). Good detail, buildings named (and sometimes the occupiers), glebe lands and woods. Reference to owners/occupiers on the map itself and in the book.

[Bathford Bridge]  Q\RUp/43  28 March 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan to widen the Bathford Bridge. Good local detail. Shows barns, buildings, gates, a ford, path and guideposts. Dimensions of the bridge and proposed bridge also indicated. Plan also gives side view of bridge. Estimates of cost also present.

[Wilton Bridewell]  Q\RUp/44  1814

Contents:
TRANSFERRED TO Q/AGw 3/3

[Ivelchester Gaol]  Q\RUp/44a  1814

Contents:
TRANSFERRED TO Q/AGi 3/1

[Common Sewers in Taunton]  Q\RUp/45  29 Sept 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: J. Gooding
Route of sewers under St. James Street, North Street, to Tone Bridge, Fore Street, High Street, East Street, road status given in book of reference. Adjoining streets named, layout of market buildings; cross-section of sewer.

[Ilminster to Tiverton Road]  Q\RUp/46  29 Sept 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: Mathew Wasbrough of Taunton
Plan of route through Devon, and Otterford and Buckland St.Mary and Combe St. Nicholas. Little detail for Somerset, existing turnpike shown together with the Halfway House, Buckland St.Mary. Quarries and lime kilns shown. Town plans for Devon villages.

[Taunton Roads]  Q\RUp/47  30 Sept 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
New roads from Wellington to West Buckland, through Stonegallows, through Bishops Hull into Wilton, through Greinton to Pedwell in Ashcott. Reference book shows owners/occupiers.

[Road from Rawridge Hill, Up Ottery(co. Devon) to Chard]  Q\RUp/48  30 Sept 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
Route through Devon parishes and Wambrook and Combe St. Nicholas and Chard. Little detail. Reference book shows owners/occupiers.

Now stored as Q/AC 2.  Q\RUp/49  1815

[no title or date]  Q\RUp/50


Related information: See Q/AB/112.

Taunton Roads  Q\RUp/51  30 Sept 1814

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
Copy of Q/RUp 47 with minor amendments. Reference book.

[no title or date]  Q\RUp/52


Related information: See Q/AB/109

Taunton Roads  Q\RUp/53  [n.d.]

Contents:
Copy of Q/RUp 47 and Q/RUp 51

[no title or date]  Q\RUp/54


Related information: See Q/AGs/3/1 [restricted access]

[Taunton to Exeter Road (and other Routes)]  Q\RUp/55  17 May 1817

Contents:
Surveyor: J.Easton
Map in two parts. Plans of proposed road alterations at: Rowgreen, Hatch Inn, Kingston, Walford, Staplegrove, The Gore Inn, and from Wellington to Chelston. Little detail. Reference list on plan to land and landowners affected by alterations.

'Wincanton Turnpike, Map Describing Present and Intended Road and Alteration'  Q\RUp/56  27 Sept 1817

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plans having existing, proposed new roads, and alteration to roads of the Wincanton Turnpike Trust.
Existing roads in Somerset: Sparkford to Wincanton, Charlton Horethorne to Wincanton, and Castle Hill to Wincanton.
Proposed new turnpikes in Somerset: Spittern Head to Wincanton, Stoney Stoke to Leigh Common, and Jack White's Gibbet to Holton.
Road alteration on Somerset/Dorset border.
Good detail, town layout of Wincanton, position of buildings, plus other features (e.g.walls). Churches shown in elevation. Reference to landowners/occupiers affected by alteration.

[Wells Roads]  Q\RUp/57  30 Sept 1817

Contents:
Surveyor: James Dean
Set of 6 plans showing roads of Wells Turnpike Trust and proposed alterations.
Map.1. Turnpike from Cannards Grave and Steanlaw Bridge in Pilton to Wells. Alterations in parish of Dinder.
Map 2. Turnpike from Rushill to Wells and White Post to Wells.
Map 3. Turnpike from Glastonbury to the Bath/Ilchester Road.
Map 4. Turnpike from Pipers Inn to Glastonbury to Wells Road.
Map 5. Turnpikes from Edymead Farm to Wells, and Bridgwater/Bristol road to Wells.
Map.6 Turnpike from Bridgwater/Bristol road to Bath.
Generally poor detail, few buildings and features illustrated. Reference book to landowners/occupiers affected by alterations.

[Tone Bridge, Taunton St.James]  Q\RUp/58  [n.d.]


Related information: SEE Q/AB/77.

'Map of the Bristol Turnpike Roads  Q\RUp/59c  28 Sept 1818

Contents:
Division C containying the Brislington cand Whitchurch Roads and Part of the Bilton Road With the Intended Alterations and New Pieces of Road'
Surveyors: Townsend and Ward
Map showing turnpikes from Bristol to Newton St.Loe (through Keynsham) and Bristol to Temple Cloud (through Whitchurch and Pensford).
Proposed changes are illustrated.
Proposed changes to Brislington Road in Keynsham town and parish.
Proposed changes to Whitchurch road in parishes of Whitchurch, Pensford, Publow, Clutton, Camely, Chelwood.
Excellent detail, insets of changes in Pensford and Keynsham, map also illustrates turnpike gates, bridges, quarries, inns, and other buildings. Some detail of Bristol layout also shown.
Excellent reference book to landowners/occupiers affected.
Also gives the land use or building use.

'Map of the Bristol Turnpike Roads, Division D, Containing the Winford, Dundry and Ashton Roads..... with Intended Alterations and New Pieces of Road'  Q\RUp/59d  [n.d.]

Contents:
Surveyors: Townsend and Ward
Map shows Turnpike from Bristol to Rooks Bridge (through Langford and Churchill)
From Bristol To Brockley (through Long Ashton and Backwell).
From Bristol through Dundry and Chew Stoke.
Alterations to roads in the parishes of Bedminster, Chew Stoke, Churchill, Winscombe, Compton Bishop, East Brent, Long Ashton, Flax Bourton, Backwell, Portbury, Chelvey, Brockley, Yatton, Wrington and Burrington.
Excellent detail as Q/RUp/59c.
Excellent reference book as 59c.

'Plan for Floating the Harbour of Bridgwater'  Q\RUp/60  29 Sept 1818

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows proposed line of land from Bridgwater to the River Parrett at Combwich Reach.
Proposed cut runs through parishes of Cannington, Wembdon, Bridgwater. Generally little detail. Does show intended line of the sewers.

'Plan of the Intended Turnpike Road from West Town (Banwell Parish) to the Parish of Brockley (nr. William Coxes House)'  Q\RUp/61  11 Jan 1819

Contents:
Map showing intended route of the turnpike.
Road route runs through parishes of Chelvey, Backwell and Brockley.
Little detail.
Reference sheet to landowners/occupiers.

[Ivelchester Infirmary]  Q\RUp/62  1820


Related information: See Q/AGi/3/4.

'A Plan of the Roads Leading from Wells Towards Bristol, Bath, Frome, Shepton Mallet and Bridgwater under the Wells Turnpike Trust'.  Q\RUp/63  5 Sept 1820

Contents:
Surveyor: George Layng Miller
Maps show communication of Wells with Pipes Inn (through Glastonbury), Wester Shepton, Chilcompton and Rush Hill.
Alterations to the existing roads proposed and illustrated.
Alterations in the parishes of:
St. Cuthbert (Wells), Midsomer Norton, Chilcompton, Dinder, Croscombe and St. Benedict (Glastonbury).
Detailed plan indicating turnpike gates, inns, other buildings, milestones and drove roads that intersect the turnpike.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers affected by alterations.

'Minehead Turnpike Roads: Plan of a Proposed New Turnpike from Timberscombe (Somerset).... to the Parish of Morebath (Devon).  Q\RUp/64  28 Sept 1821

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows route of proposed new road plus the route of the existing road. Land adjacent to the new road is also mapped.
Proposed new roads runs through parishes of:
Timberscombe, Cutcombe, Exton, Kingsbrompton and Morebath (Devon).
Good detail, farms illustrated and named, bridges and insets of villages affected.
Good reference book to landowners/occupiers affected.

'Bridgwater Turnpike Roads....Alterations, Extensions and Improvements.'  Q\RUp/65  29 Sept 1821

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows improvements, alterations and extensions to the: Bridgwater and Brent branch, Taunton branch, Stowey branch, Weston Zoyland branch, Bishops Lydeard branch.
Good detail. Insets of proposed areas of change in Bridgwater. Common land at Weston Zoyland indicated, Inns are marked plus some other buildings, gates and toll houses.
Detailed reference book to land and buildings affected.

'Butleigh Road'  Q\RUp/66  29 Sept 1821

Contents:
Surveyor: George Layng Miller
Map shows existing Butleigh Road (Butleigh to Glastonbury) and proposed alterations.
Existing road runs through parishes of Butleigh, Butleigh Wootton, Cowbridge Drove and Glastonbury.
Little detail some features marked e.g. bridges and gates
Reference sheet to landowners/occupiers affected by changes.

Two Plans:-  Q\RUp/67  28 Sept 1822

Contents:
'A Plan of the Proposed Road from Seavington St.Michael to Seavington St.Mary'
Map shows existing and proposed roads.
Little detail, field pattern indicated.
References to landowners/occupiers in route of new road.
'A Plan of the Proposed Road from West Street to (or near) Ashwell in Ilminster'
Map shows existing and proposed roads.
Detail as above, references as above.

'Plan of Proposed Canal from Beer Harbour (Devon) to the Taunton and Bridgwater Canal at Hyde Farm, West Monkton (Somerset)  Q\RUp/68  30 Sept 1822

Contents:
Surveyor: William Summers (under direction of James Green, Civil Engineer)
Plan shows proposed route of canal and adjoining land
Canal route passes through the Somerset parishes of:
West Monkton, Ruishton, St.Mary Magdalene (Taunton), Stoke St.Mary, West Hatch, Bickenhall, Barrington, Broadway, Donyatt, Ilminster, Combe St.Nicholas, Knowle St.Giles and Chard.
Good detail, mills, roads, bridges, farms and factories.
Longitudinal section also present.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers and description of the land adjoining the route.

(Roads of the Somerton Turnpike Trust)  Q\RUp/69  26 Sept 1822

Contents:
Surveyor: P.B.Illet
Book of five plans showing intended variations of the line.
Plan A:- From North Street in Langport Eastover to Huish Episcopi
Plan B:- In the parish of St.John in Glastonbury
Plan C:- In the parish of Othery
Plan D:- From Wearn to the Coombe to Langport Road.
Plan E:- From Parish of Huish Episcopi (William Stacey's cottage) to Muchelney Church.
Plans of reasonable detail, some houses, buildings and gates illustrated.
References to land affected by changes.

'Plan of Intended Turnpike Roads from Dunveston Bridge to Bishops Caundle (Dorset) and (a branch) from Bagber Common to Holton and Lattiford (Somerset)'  Q\RUp/70  27 Sept 1823

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows route of intended road and branch and adjoining features.
Somerset parishes on route are: Holton, North Cheriton, Horsington, Temple Combe and Henstridge.
Little detail shown along the route.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers affected by the road.

Two plans of Bristol to Taunton Canal  Q\RUp/71  30 Sept 1823

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
a) Plan of canal (Bristol to Taunton) from River Avon to the Parish of Kenn and a cut from this line to Nailsea from Kenn.
Proposed line runs through parishes of Easton in Gordano, Portbury, Portishead, Clapton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano, Walton in Gordano, Clevedon, Nailsea and Kenn.
Little detail, longitudinal section.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.
b)Plan of Proposed Variation of the Line in the parishes of North
Petherton to Bridgwater.
Parishes through which variation will run: North Petherton, Bridgwater.
Detail as above; longitudinal section.
Reference book as above.

'Plan of Intended Deviations from Roads Leading from Wiveliscombe (Somerset) towards South Molton (Devon)  Q\RUp/72  30 Sept 1823

Contents:
Surveyor: Charles Bailey
Map shows existing road plus proposed deviations and adjoining land.
Somerset parishes of: Brushford and Chipstable.
Good detail, bridges, mills, gates, buildings and inns (some named).
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Lands through which it is Intended to carry New Roads which are to be added to the Somerton Turnpike'  Q\RUp/73  30 Sept 1823

Contents:
Surveyor: P.B.Ilett
Several illustrations of proposed new roads at: Othery, Castle Cary, Wearne, Biddends Bridge to Muchelney, Langport, Low Ham Chapel to Ford Stream.
Land in parishes of Low Ham, High Ham, Pitney, Somerton, Butleigh, Walton and Street, Huish Episcopi and Muchelney and Kings Sedgemoor.
Good detail, gates, inns, windmills, roads, buildings and chapels and meeting house.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of an Intended Line of Road from Wiveliscombe(Somerset) to Bish Mill, New South Molton (Devon).  Q\RUp/74  30 Sept 1824

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map shows proposed road and adjoining land, extension of Q/RUp 72 towards South Molton.
Somerset parishes of Chipstable, Milverton, Brushford and Wiveliscombe.
Detail as Q/RUp 72.
Good reference book to landowners/occupiers, also names fields.

'A Plan for Floating the Harbour of Bridgwater'  Q\RUp/75  27 Nov 1824

Contents:
Surveyor: John Easton
Plan shows proposed cut and diversion to the river Parrett. Cut from River Parrett north of Bridgwater to Binherns Leaze(Combwich Reach).
Parishes of Bridgwater, Wembdon and Cannington.
Little detail, basic layout of part of Bridgwater. Section of canal and float.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

4 Plans.  Q\RUp/76  29 Nov 1824

Contents:
Surveyor: H.B.Guy
'Map of Public Road from Cross at Hinton St.George to the end of Hinton lane at Merriot, and the Intended New Road from Merriott Ford to Red Gate'
'Map of the Intended New Lines of Road from Bowbridge, through Norton Fields and Stoke Under Ham to Cartgate, and the public roads from Eight Acres Hill to Boozy Pit and from Norton Cross to Tays Lane.'
'Map of the Public Road from the Turnpike Gate at Haselbury to Merriots Ford.'
'Map of the Public Road from North Perrott Turning at Misterton, through North Perrott to Haselbury.'
Plans affect parishes of: Merriott, Chiselborough, Norton, Stoke Under Ham, Crewkerne, Hinton St.George, Misterton, North Perrott and Haselbury.
Same detail, turnpike gates, bridges and some buildings.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers plus estimates of cost.

'Plan of the Purleigh or Matthews Field Book, Level, Reservoir and Mains for Supplying with Water the Town and Suburbs of Bridgwater.'  Q\RUp/77  30 Nov 1824

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan shows proposed scheme to supply Bridgwater
Little detail. Plan shows layout of town plus the coarse of the pipes and drains and the proposed position of steam engine, etc.
Reference book to the few fields involved in the scheme.
Section of proposed scheme.

'Plan of the proposed English and Bristol Channels Ship Canal'  Q\RUp/78  30 Nov 1824

Contents:
Surveyor: James Green(under direction of Thomas Telford)
Map of proposed canal from Seaton to the Bristol Channel.
Somerset parishes of:
Cannington,Otterhampton,Stockland Bristol,Stogursey,Creech St.Michael,North Curry,Durston,Lyng,North Petherton,Bridgwater,Chilton Trinity, Wembdon,Cricket St.Thomas,Winsham,Wayford,Clapton,Seaborough,Misterton,Crewkerne,Whitestaunto
n.
Good detail, mills, roads, bridges shown; with longitudinal section.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers also gives land use.

'Plans of Improvements to the River Avon'  Q\RUp/79  4 Dec 1824

Contents:
Series of 3 maps, cross-sections and a longitudinal section.
Surveyor:H.F.Cotterell
Map 1 'From Bathampton to Bath' Shows proposed widening of the river. Adjoining streets, buildings and bridges indicated.
Map 2 'From Bath to the New Bridge' Shows proposed alterations(widening,straightening and new cuts).
Adjoining streets and buildings also illustrated.
Map 3. 'From the New Bridge to Saltford Lock'. Shows proposed widening and straightening. Adjoining roads and some buildings indicated.
Numbered cross-sections of the river and longitudinal section of river.
Parishes: Bathwick, Lyncombe and Widcombe, St.James(Bath), Walcot, Twerton,Weston, Newton, Corsten,Saltford and Kelston.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

'Plan of the Proposed Canal from Glastonbury to Highbridge'  Q\RUp/80  30 Nov 1825

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Map of proposed canal and immediately adjoining land. Runs through parishes of: St.John and St.Benedict(Glastonbury), Street, Walton, Meare, Ashcott, Shapwick, Catcott, Burtle, Moorlinch, Codrington,Huntspill and Burnham. Simple detail, bridges, common land and roads; with longitudinal section.
Reference book to landowners/occupiers.

As Q/RUp 78 with 3 sections and plan of feeder and reservoirs.  Q\RUp/81  30 Nov 1825

Contents:
Somerset Parishes of Bridgwater, North Petherton, Lyng, Durston, Creech St.Michael, North Curry, Thornfalcon, West Hatch, Curland, Bickenhall, Hatch Beauchamp, Barrington, Whitelackington, Broadway, Combe St.Nicholas, Donyatt, Ilminster, Knowle St.Giles, Chard, Whitestaunton.

Proposed Branch line of the English and Bristol Channels Ship Canal from Buckland Farm, Durston to Taunton  Q\RUp/82  30 Nov 1825


Related information: See also Q/RUp/81

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Plan section through Durston, Creech St.Michael, West Monkton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton St.James, Bishops Hull.
Book of reference: good details for the Bridge Street area of Taunton(Inns named, foundry coal yard, Town and fulling mills noted)

Proposed turnpike from Picks Hill, High Ham to Puckerell Lane, Meare.  Q\RUp/83  30 Nov 1825

Contents:
Surveyor: R. Hammet
Little detail, churches of High and Low Ham and Meare in elevation; Buscott farm noted.
Schedule for lands in Ashcott and High Ham(defective).

New and direct Turnpike Road between High Ham and Axbridge to connect the Great Western Roads between Somerton, Langport, Bristol and Bridgwater  Q\RUp/84  16 Oct 1826


Related information: See also Q/RUp/83 and Q/RUp/87

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Layouts of parts of villages of High Ham, Shapwick, West Hay(Meare), Wedmore and Axbridge; schedule of lands in Shapwick,Meare, Wedmore, Weare and Cheddar.

Proposed Glastonbury to Highbridge Canal  Q\RUp/85  30 Sept 1826

Contents:
Surveyor:Jn.Beauchamp,jun.
As Q/RUp 80. Plan and section; book of reference.

Proposed Turnpike from Bath to Melksham[co.Wilts.]  Q\RUp/86  27 Nov 1826

Contents:
Surveyors: Y. & J.P.Sturge
Plan from Sidney Gardens, Bath through Bathampton and Bathwick and into Wiltshire.
Book of reference.

New and direct Turnpike road from Chaplis Corner, Pedwell, Ashcott to Rowberrow  Q\RUp/87  30 Nov 1826


Related information: See also Q/RUp/83 and Q/RUp/84

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Schedule of lands in Shapwick, Meare, Wemore and Cheddar. Layouts of parts of villages of Pedwell, Shapwick, West Hay(Meare), Wedmore,Cheddar and Shipham.

Roads proposed to be added to the Honiton and Ilminster turnpike in Somerset, Devon and Dorset.  Q\RUp/88  8 Nov 1827

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm.Summers of Ilton
Little Somerset detail; existing road through Otterford to Blagdon Hill, Pitminster; Holmin Clavell and Travellers' Rest marked.
Schedule for land: Yarcombe, Devon.

Plans and section of new roads and roads to be added to Chard Turnpike in Somerset, Dorset and Devon.  Q\RUp/89  28 Nov 1827

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm.Summers of Ilton
Roads to be added are from Holmin Clavell, Otterford to the Castle Inn, Staple Fitzpaine, with separate plan of road from Nags Head, Thornfalcon to Curland Gate.
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Wambrook, Combe St.Nicholas, Chard, Winsham, Cricket Malherbie, Crewkerne.

Plans and sections of variations in roads for Ilminster Turnpike.  Q\RUp/90  30 Nov 1827

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm.Summers
Road at Knot Oak, Ilminster, Putcombe Hill, Whitelackington to Seavington St.Michael; milestone at Lower Odcombe to land in Brympton at Houndstone.
Book of reference.

Plans of variations in roads for Bath Turnpike.  Q\RUp/91  30 Nov 1827


Related information: See also Q/RUp/96

Contents:
Surveyor: H.F.Cotterell, Bath.
Plans of alterations in 1)Twerton, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Farmborough, Walcot 2)High Littleton, Clutton and Farmborough 3) Radstock, Dunkerton and Camerton.
With book of reference.

Plan of Proposed New Roads in the Stowey district of the Minehead Turnpike.  Q\RUp/92  29 Nov 1827

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
1) From a field called Black George, St.Decumans, through West Quantoxhead to a field called Long Coxley in East Quantoxhead.
2) From Putsham Hill, Kilton through Holford, Stringston, Doddington to Long Cross, Nether Stowey.
With book of reference.

Plans of proposed new roads  Q\RUp/93  30 Nov 1827

Contents:
a.between Allingham[co.Dorset],Clapton, Crewkerne
Surveyor: Fras.Giles,London.
With book of reference.
b)plan and section of road between Hewish Gate and Rounham,Crewkerne.
Surveyor:Wm.Summers of Ilton.

Plan of new roads and alterations of roads for the Bruton Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/94  30 Nov 1827

Contents:
Surveyor: T.O. Bennett, Bruton.
Farms and gates named, crosses marked (see also Q/RUp/111)
Book of reference: lands in Shepton Montague, Bratton Seymour, Pitcombe, Wyke Champflower, Lamyatt, Milton Clevedon, Evercreech, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Wanstrow, Cloford, Bruton, Nunney and Frome.

Plan of roads within and roads to be added to Chard Turnpike in Somerset, Devon and Dorset.  Q\RUp/95  25 Nov 1828

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Summers, Ilton.
New roads in Somerset parishes of Whitestaunton, Combe St. Nicholas, Winsham. Roads between Holmin Clavell, Otterford to Staple Fitzpaine and through Chard, mapped. Book of reference.

Copy of Q/Rup 91(1) see above  Q\RUp/96  29 Nov 1828

Plans of deviations of roads belonging to Bath Turnpike leading into Bath.  Q\RUp/97  29 Nov 1828


Related information: See also Q/Rup/91 and Q/Rup/96.

Contents:
Surveyor: H.F. Cotterell, Bath.
Book of Reference: lands in Marksbury, Farmborough, Bathford, Weston and Wellow.

Plan of proposed turnpike roads from Thornwater, Thornfalcon to Lyng, North Curry, Curry Mallet and Fivehead.  Q\RUp/98  10 Jan 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: R. Ham, Taunton.
Windmill at Borough Post, North Curry, marked.
Book of reference.

Plan of the turnpike road from Crewkerne town to East Cross Hill, Haselbury Plucknett, with intended deviation.  Q\RUp/99  27 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo. Moss, Crewkerne
Book of reference.

As Q/RUp 95 - deviations in Combe St. Nicholas and Whitestaunton  Q\RUp/100  28 Nov 1829

Contents:
Book of reference.

Deviations in the turnpike road between Putson Barn, Tiverton [co.Devon] and Beam Bridge, Wellington.  Q\RUp/101  28 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
Book of reference, Somerset lands in Thorne St. Margaret and Wellington.

Present and intended lines of turnpike road from Crewkerne town to the River Parrett, Crewkerne.  Q\RUp/102  28 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo. Moss
Book of reference.

Plan of approach roads for new bridge over the River Avon, Bristol.  Q\RUp/103  28 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: W.H. Townsend
Book of reference: lands in Long Ashton, Clifton [co.Glouc].

Existing turnpike roads and High Littleton, Paulton, Radstock, Writhlington, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Buckland Dinham, Hemington and Norton St.Phillips.  Q\RUp/104  30 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: G.L. Miller, Wells.
With schedule of lands in Paulton, Norton St. Phillip and Kilmersdon. Turnpike house and gates noted.

Plan and section of intended railway from Bath to Bristol.  Q\RUp/105  30 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: Thos. G. Burt, Bristol
Through the Somerset parishes of Walcot, Weston, Kelston, Saltford, Keynsham and Brislington.
Book of reference.

Plan of proposed turnpike road between North Curry, Fivehead and Lyng.  Q\RUp/106  30 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: R. Ham, Taunton
Book of reference.

Plan of intended line of water supply for the Bath Hospital, Union St. from the hot baths.  Q\RUp/107  30 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: G. Manners, Bath
Book of reference, stating owners and occupiers in Union, Stall and Bath Streets.

Plan and section for floating the harbour of Bridgwater.  Q\RUp/108  30 Nov 1829

Contents:
Surveyor: Hen. Jessop
Plan of a canal cut from Combwich reach to Bridgwater and on to join the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal in North Petherton.
Book of reference: lands in Cannington, Wembdon, Durleigh, Bridgwater and North Petherton. Detailed property descriptions (incl. Inns) for Bridgwater (Eastover and along the R. Parrett).

Plan of roads to be turnpiked by the Langport, Somerton and Castle Cary Trust, between Langport, Martock and South Petherton.  Q\RUp/109  27 Nov 1830

Contents:
Surveyor: J.H. Warren
With schedule of lands in S. Petherton.

Plan of new roads and improvements on the Frome Turnpike Trust in Mells, Whatley, Elm, Frome, Buckland Dinham.  Q\RUp/110  No date of deposit

Contents:
Surveyor: Thos. Tilbrook, Horningsham, Wilts. Nov. 1830.
Book of reference.

Plan of existing roads, new roads and deviations in the Bruton Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/111  30 Nov 1830

Contents:
Surveyor: T.O. Bennett, Bruton.
Farms, gates named, crosses marked (see also Q/RUp/94).
Book of reference: lands in Bratton Seymour, Pitcombe, Shepton Montague, Wyke Champflower, Lamyat, Evercreech, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Batcombe (new roads); Bruton, Wyke Champflower, Cloford, Nunney, Frome (alterations to old roads).

Plan of alterations to roads on the Black Dog Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/112  29 Nov 1831

Contents:
Surveyor: Thos. Tilbrook, Horningsham, Wilts.
Hinton Abbey and Chapel marked.
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Bathwick (Sydney Gardens), Bathampton, Claverton, Limpley Stoke, Hinton Charterhouse, Norton St.Philip.

New roads in the Ilminster Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/113  28 Nov 1831

Contents:
Surveyors: Wm. Summers and Son, Ilton.
New roads from Shave Lane, Donyatt to Thurlbear Hill, Thurlbear; from Horton Elm, Ilminster to Broadway townsend and from there to Attershand Hill, Isle Abbots.
Book of ref: lands in Donyatt, Bickenhall, Staple Fitzpaine, Thurlbear, Ilminster and Broadway.

New lines of road to be added to Chard Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/114  30 Nov 1831

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Summers & Son, Ilton.
Roads between Whilhay, Curland, Violets Shop, Combe St. Nicholas, Dommett farm, Buckland St. Mary, Broadway townsend, Crock St., Ilminster, Langham farm, Chard.
Book of ref: lands in Chard, Combe St. Nicholas and Ilminster.

New and existing roads of the Blackdog Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/115  26 Nov 1832

Contents:
Surveyor: Thos. Tilbrook [co.Wilts]
Roads between Bath, Frome and Warminster.
Book of reference: lands in Bathwick, Bathampton, Limpley Stoke and Bradford on Avon [co.Wilts], Hinton Charterhouse, Farleigh Hungerford, Norton St.Philip, Tellisford, Rode, Woolverton, Berkely, Westbury and Upton Scudamore [co.Wilts.]

Taunton turnpike roads: alterations at White Ball Hill, Sampford Arundell and Beam Bridge, Wellington and at Rock Hill, North Curry.  Q\RUp/116  29 Nov 1832

Contents:
Surveyor: prob. R. Ham.
Book of reference.

Now - Q/RLu 42/1-2  Q\RUp/117  [n.d.]

Plan of Tunley Rd. between Combhay Cross, Englishcombe through Mead Gate, Timsbury to Kingwell Crossway, High Littleton to be turnpiked.  Q\RUp/118  29 Nov 1833

Contents:
Farms, Inn named.

Plan and section, Chard Canal.  Q\RUp/119  30 Nov 1833

Contents:
Engineer: Jas. Green
Book of reference: lands in Creech St. Michael, Ruishton, Thornfalcon, North Curry, Curry Mallet, Beer Crocombe, Ashill, Whitelackington, Ilton, Ilminster, Cricket Malherbie, Donyatt, Dowlish Wake, West Dowlish, Knowle St.Giles, Chaffcombe, Chard, Combe St. Nicholas.

Plan and section, proposed G.W.R. lines between London and Reading and Bath and Bristol.  Q\RUp/120  30 Nov 1833

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Coal works, brass works marked in Somerset.
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Brislington, Keynsham, Saltford, Corston, Newton St. Loe, Twerton, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Bath St. James. Lords of the manors named.

Plan of proposed roads to be turnpiked between Fivehead Hill and N. Petherton.  Q\RUp/121  30 Nov 1834

Contents:
Surveyor: R. Ham, Taunton
Book of reference: lands in Fivehead, Curry Mallet, North Curry, Durston, Lyng, Michaelchurch, North Petherton.

Plan and section of the Bath and Basing [co.Soton] Railway.  Q\RUp/122  30 Nov 1834

Contents:
Engineers: Fras. Giles and Wm. Brunton
Book of reference: Somerset land in Monkton Combe, Claverton, Lyncombe & Widcombe.

Plan and section of the Great Western Railway between Bristol and London.  Q\RUp/123  29 Nov 1834

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel (as Q/RUp 120)
Book of reference: Somerset lands as in 120 above and Bathampton, Bathford. Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section Langport and Westmoor Canal(Parrett Navigation)  Q\RUp/124  30 Nov 1835

Contents:
Surveyor: Joshua Jones.
River Parrett mapped down to Burrowbridge.
Book of reference: lands in Puckington, Barrington, Isle Brewers, Curry Rivel, Drayton, Kingsbury Episcopi, Muchelney, Huish Episcopi, Langport, Aller, Swell, Stoke St. Gregory, Othery, all along the banks of the R. Parrett and proposed canal cuts.

Plan and section of new branch roads for Honiton Ilminster Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/125  30 Nov 1835

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Dawson
Somerset: road from Somersetshire Gate, Combe St. Nicholas, Brown Down, Otterford.
Devon: road Uppottery to Seaton.
Book of reference: Somerset, lands in Combe St. Nicholas, Buckland St.Mary and Otterford.

Plan and section of Bristol and Exeter Railway.  Q\RUp/126  30 Nov 1835

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Bedminster, Long Ashton, Flax Bourton, Backwell, Chelvey, Brockley, Nailsea, Yatton, Congresbury, Kewstoke, Puxton, Wick St. Lawrence, Banwell, Worle, Locking, Hutton, Bleadon, Uphill, South Brent, Burnham, Huntspill, Pawlett, Puriton, Wembdon, Bridgwater, N.Petherton, Durston, Lyng, Creech St.Michael, West Monkton, Taunton St.James, Staplegrove, Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Hull, Hillfarrance, Bradford On Tone, Nynehead, West Buckland, Wellington, Sampford Arundel. Lords of the Manors stated.

Additional plan for the Bristol and Exeter Railway.  Q\RUp/127  12 July 1836

Contents:
In Stoke Canon and Bramford Speke [co.Devon]. Book of reference.

Plans and sections of the Bath and Weymouth Great Western Union Railway.  Q\RUp/128  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Engineers: Roger Hopkins and Sons
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Lyncombe & Widcombe, Monkton Combe, Freshford, Farleigh Hungerford, Rode, Beckington, Berkeley, Standerwick, Laverton, Frome, Rodden, Marston Bigot, Witham Friary, North Brewham, South Brewham, Shepton Montague, Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, Holton, North Cheriton, Horsington, Templecombe, Stowell, Henstridge (main line), Hinton Charterhouse, Wellow, Foxcote, Writhlington, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, Frome, Elm, Marston Bigot, Mells, Babington, Kilmersdon(branch lines). Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section of the South Western Railway commencing from a junction with the London and Soton Railway at Worthing[co.Soton] to a junction with the Bristol and Exeter Railway at West Monkton.  Q\RUp/129  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Engineer: Geo. Stephenson
Book of reference: Somerset lands in West Monkton, Ruishton, Thornfalcon, Stoke St. Mary, West Hatch, Hatch Beauchamp, Beer Crocombe, Curry Mallet, Isle Abbotts, North and South Bradon, Isle Brewers, Puckington, Barrington, Shepton Beauchamp, Kingsbury Episcopi, South Petherton, Martock, Stoke under Ham, Montacute, Odcombe, Lufton, Brympton, Preston Plucknett, Yeovil, Barwick. Lords of manors stated.

Plan and sections of diversions and variations in the Great Western Railway.  Q\RUp/130  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Reference book: Somerset lands in Bathwick, Bathford. Lords of the manors named.

Plan and section of railroad from Glastonbury Canal Co. Wharf nr. St. Benedicts Bridge, Glastonbury to West End, Bruton, with a branch line to Wincanton.  Q\RUp/131  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Surveyor: J. Beauchamp, jnr.
Book of reference: lands in Glastonbury, East and West Pennard, West Bradley, Baltonsborough, Ditcheat, Lamyatt, Wyke Champflower, Pitcombe, Bruton, Shepton Montagne, Redlynch, Wincanton.

Plan and section of Parrett and Yeo Navigation between Ilchester and Langport.  Q\RUp/132  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Surveyors: J.H. Warren and Wm. Garratt(Section)
Book of reference: lands adj. the rivers in Ilchester, Northover, Somerton, Tintinhull, Martock, Long Sutton, Muchelney, Huish Episcopi, Langport and Curry Rivel.

Plan and section of proposed extension of the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal from Little Crossway, North Petherton to Lower Plot, Bridgwater.  Q\RUp/133  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Surveyor: John Easton. Engineer: Thos. Maldicks, both of Taunton.
Basin (later Bridgwater Dock) shown.
Book of reference: lands in North Petherton, Bridgwater and Wembdon.

Plan and section of proposed extension of the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal from Little Cross, North Petherton to Pretty Johns al. Gatchells 4 acres, Bridgwater.  Q\RUp/134  30 Nov 1836

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn. Easton, Taunton. Engineer: Thos. Maddicks, Taunton.
Book of ref. missing. This line was rejected in favour of Q/RUp 133.

Plan section of the London Salisbury Exeter and Falmouth Railway (Reading and Basinstoke to Taunton)  Q\RUp/135  1 Dec 1836

Contents:
Engineer: Fred. Rynam
Reference book: Somerset lands in Cucklington, Horsington, Charlton Musgrave, Wincanton, N. Cheriton, Holton, Maperton, N. and S. Cadbury, Blackford, Compton Pauncefoot, W. Bampfylde, Sparkford, Queen Camel, West Camel, Milton Podimore, Charlton Adam, Kingsdon, Somerton, Long Sutton, Langport, Huish Episcopi, Curry Rivel, Fivehead, Aller, Drayton, Broadway, Stoke St. Gregory, N. Curry, Lyng, Durston, Creech St. Michael, Branch to Sherborne, Queen Camel, Marston Magna, Trent, Yeovil.

Plan section and schedule of alteration of the G.W.R. Co. line through Bathford and Bathampton.  Q\RUp/136  30 Sept 1837

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel

Plan and section of Bristol and Exeter Railway proposed new branches and deviations.  Q\RUp/137  30 Nov 1837

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Gravatt
Whole route built and that proposed in original act mapped.
Book of reference: lands in Nailsea, Hutton, Bleadon, Weston super Mare, Burnham (new branches); North Petherton Deviation. Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section and schedule of Parrett Navigation: new cut in Langport.  Q\RUp/138  24 Nov 1838

Contents:
Surveyor: J.H. Warren
With copy.

As Q/RUp 138, 2 copies with standing orders re Private Bills: House of Lords.  Q\RUp/139  30 Nov 1838

Plan of road to avoid Whitehall Hill for Taunton Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/140  30 Nov 1838

Contents:
Surveyor: Josiah Easton
Schedule of lands in Culmstock[co. Devon] and Sampford Arundell.

Plan and section of proposed pier in Portishead.  Q\RUp/141  30 Nov 1838

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
2 copies with standing orders of Private Bills. Schedule of lands in Portishead and Portbury.

Plan of alterations to roads within Taunton Turnpike Trust  Q\RUp/142  30 Nov 1838

Contents:
Surveyors: Ralph Ham and Jos. Easton.
1. Road between Taunton and Stepswater, Bishops Hull, lands in Bishop Hull, Wilton and Taunton St. Mary.
2. Road between Beam Bridge Inn, Wellington and Red Ball Inn, Culmstock[co. Devon]: land in Sampford Arundel.
3. Road from North Town to Fairwater, Taunton St. James.
4. Road between Milverton Turnpike Gate and Preston Bowyer, Milverton.
5. Road between Walford Turnpike Gate, Creech St. Michael to Loversdown, Thurloxton, and roads at Bathpool, W. Monkton, Greinton and Wrantage, North Curry.
6. Road from Blagdon Green, Pitminster to Holman Clavel, and road at Fullwood: land in Pitminster and Otterford.
7. Road from Thurlbear Hill to Five Dials, Ilminster, and road at Shoreditch: Lands in Thurlbear, Staple Fitzpaine and Bickenhall.
Book of reference.

Plan and section of alterations to turnpike roads between Blagdon Green, Pitminster and Holman Clavell, Otterford and in Upottery and Yarcombe[co. Devon].  Q\RUp/143  29 Dec 1838

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Dawson, Exeter.
Warren House and limekiln marked in Otterford and Burnt House Cottage, Blagdon Green.
Schedule of lands and standing orders of House of Lords re deposit of plans with the Clerk of the Peace.

Copy of Q/RUp 143 above, plan and section only.  Q\RUp/144  [n.d.]

Copy of Q/RUp 142 above.  Q\RUp/145  8 Dec 1838

Plan and section, Parrett Navigation; enlargement of cut in Langport.  Q\RUp/146  10 May 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated [prob. J.H. Warren]
Schedule of lands. 2nd copy of plan and section.

Plan and sections of alterations to turnpike roads from Shoreditch to Brown Down Gate, Otterford, White Lion, Blagdon Green, Pitminster to Holman Clavell, Otterford, in Upottery and Yarcombe [co. Devon], and Stockland and Dalwood [co. Devon].  Q\RUp/147  29 Nov 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm. Dawson, Exeter
Enlargements of routes through hamlets, farms etc. Schedule of lands incl. Somerset lands in Otterford, Corfe, Pitminster and Orchard Portman. [Honiton and llminster Turnpike Trust]. With standing orders.

Plans and sections of alterations of turnpike roads.  Q\RUp/148  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated[prob. Ralph Ham]
1. Preston Farm House to near Ford Bridge, Milverton.
2. Ring of Bells to Norton Mills, Norton Fitzwarren
3. Ford Bridge to Montes Farm, Norton Fitzwarren.
4. Rockwell Green Bridge to Pit Farm, Wellington.
5. Rockwell Green, Wellington through Sampford Arundel.
Plan badly torn. Book of reference.

Plans and sections of alterations to roads within Taunton Turnpike Trust  Q\RUp/149  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: R.Ham
1. Between Hatch Beauchamp village and Mary Owsley's Cottage, Broadway.
2. Bathpool Bridge to Quaker Burial Ground, West Monkton.
3. At Fullwood Pitminster (meeting house indicated).
4. White Lion, Blagdon Green, Pitminster to Holman Clavel, Otterford.
Book of reference and standing orders.
Plan badly torn at one end.

Weston-super-Mare turnpike road.  Q\RUp/150  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: Dan.Horwood
Book of reference: lands in Worle, Weston-super-Mare and Kewstoke. Lords of the manors stated. Standing orders.
No plan but see D/T/WO 1 for copy.

Plan and section of improvements for the Port of Bristol.  Q\RUp/151  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Book of reference incl. Somerset lands in Long Ashton and Abbots Leigh and Bedminster.

Plan and section of proposed Portishead Pier and new roads in parishes of Portishead, Portbury and Easton in Gordano.  Q\RUp/152  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Book of reference: Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section of proposed landing pier at Portishead.  Q\RUp/153  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Engineer: Jn.McNeil
Fishing stakes, hotel marked together with speeds of ebbing tides and depths. Schedule.

Plan and section and schedule of proposed turnpike road between Portishead Bay and Markham Bottom, Abbots Leigh.  Q\RUp/154  30 Nov 1839

Contents:
Surveyor: Wm.Hen.Smith

Plan, section and schedule of Yeo and Parrett Navigation, embanking and towpath in Huish Episcopi.  Q\RUp/155  28 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated
With standing orders.

Plan and section of new line of road from Dinder Hill to the Union Workhouse, Shepton Mallet and alteration to and turnpiking of several roads within Wells St.Cuthberts and St.Andrews Liberty.  Q\RUp/156  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo.Layng, Wells.
Enlargement of route through Croscombe village with details and reference book
Book of reference: lands in Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton and Shepton Mallet.
With standing orders.

Plan and section Chard Canal: enlargement of reservoir and construction of feeder from Chaffcombe Water.  Q\RUp/157  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyors: Summers and Slater, llminster
Book of reference, land in Chard and Chaffcombe.

Plan and sections of Portishead pier and approach roads.  Q\RUp/158  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo.C.Ashmead, Bristol
Enlargement of Pill village with details in reference book.
Book of reference: lands in Portbury, Easton in Gordano, Abbots Leigh, Portishead, Weston in Gordano, Wraxall, and Tickenham. Lords of manors stated.

Plan of new dock at Pill, Easton in Gordano.  Q\RUp/159  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo.C.Ashmead, Bristol
Plan of properties by the river (descriptions in ref.book)
Schedule: lands in Easton in Gordano and Portbury.

Plan, section and schedule of proposed Portbury Pier.  Q\RUp/160  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated, prob. G.C.Ashmead, Bristol.

Plan and section of proposed turnpike road between Whistle Bridge, Barwick and Totnel corner, Leigh[co. Dorset]  Q\RUp/161  [n.d.]

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn.Taperell
Book of reference, 6 fields only in Barwick.

Plan and schedules of Yeovil Turnpike road to be widened in East Chinnock.  Q\RUp/162  [n.d.]

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn.Taperell

Plan of highway from Clifton Maybank[co. Dorset] to Key Hill, Barwick, to be added to Yeovil Turnpike Trust.  Q\RUp/163  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn.Taperell

Plan and section of new road from Foot Cross Hill to Haselbury New Bridge in Haselbury Plucknett.  Q\RUp/164  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn.Taperell

Plant and section of intended turnpike road for Yeovil Trust from Marston Elm, Marston Magna to Sparkford Bridge.  Q\RUp/165  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Jn.Taperell
Book of reference: land in Marston Magna, Queen Camel and Sparkford.

As Q/RUp/153 with plan and section of approach roads in Portishead.  Q\RUp/166  [n.d.]

Plans and sections of proposed turnpike between Wells and Highbridge and Wells and Cheddar.  Q\RUp/167  30 Nov 1840

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo.Hennet
Reference Book: roads and lands in Burnham, Huntspill, Brean, East Brent, Mark, Wedmore, Meare, Wookey, Wells St.Cuthbert, Cheddar, Nyland and Batcombe, Rodney Stoke, Westbury. Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section of proposed Bristol Water Works.  Q\RUp/168  30 Nov 1841

Contents:
Surveyor: Geo.Hennet
Book of reference: including Somerset lands in Abbots Leigh and Long Ashton. Lords of the manors stated.

[no title or date]  Q\RUp/169


Related information: See Q/AGw

Weston-super-Mare Improvement: plan of the district referred to in the Act of 1842.  Q\RUp/169a  12 Apr 1842

Copies information: For copy of Act see Q/RUp 35.


Contents:
Surveyor: W.Hicks Townsend.
With enlargement of High Street area with schedule numbers referred to in the said Act.

Plan and section of improvements in the River Brue and wet dock at Highbridge with railway to connect with the Bristol and Exeter Line.  Q\RUp/170  30 Nov 1843

Contents:
Engineer: Peter Henderson.
2 copies of reference book: lands in Burnham and Huntspill.

Plan and sections of Bridgwater Navigation and Railway Scheme to improve the navigation of the River Parrett below Bridgwater and Bridgwater Bay (with plan showing the boundaries of the jurisdiction of the Port) and for the provision of roads and railway (extension to Bristol & Exeter Railway) and quay walls for the docks.  Q\RUp/171  30 Nov 1844

Contents:
Surveyor: not stated. Engineer: not stated
With book of reference: details of properties in Eastover, Bridgwater. With copy Act and standing orders.

Plan and sections of the Wiltshire, Somerset and Weymouth Railway.  Q\RUp/172  30 Nov 1844

Contents:
Weymouth to Upton Scudamore line. Somerset: Yeovil, Mudford, Marston Magna, Queen Camel, Weston Bampfylde, Sparkford, Castle Cary, Ansford, Pitcombe, Wyke Champflower, Bruton, North Brewham, Witham Friary, Marston Bigot, Frome, Rodden.
Radstock Branch: Radstock, Writhlington, Kilmersdon, Babington, Mells, Buckland Dinham, Elm, Frome. Lords of manors stated and standing orders.

Plans and sections of branch lines for The Bristol & Exeter Railway  Q\RUp/173  30 Nov 1844

Contents:
Book of reference: Bristol Junction Branch, Clevedon Branch (lands in Yatton, Kenn and Clevedon), Yeovil Branch (lands in N.Petherton, Lyng, Stoke St.Gregory, Curry Rivel, Swell, Aller, Fivehead, Broadway and Drayton, Huish Episcopi, Muchelney, Kingsbury Episcopi, Martock, Tintinhull, Stoke Sub Hamdon, Montacute, Odcombe, Lufton, Brympton, Preston Plucknett & Yeovil. Tiverton Branch. Lords of manors noted. With copy Act.

Plan and section of South Western Railway Extension, Salisbury to Yeovil.  Q\RUp/174  30 Nov 1844

Contents:
Engineer: Jos.Locke
Somerset lands in Yeovil, Milborne Port, Stowell and Templecombe. Lords of manors stated.

Plan of proposed pier and approach road at Weston super Mare.  Q\RUp/175  30 Nov 1844

Contents:
Engineer: Jas. Dredge.
Book of reference and Standing Orders[plan damaged at end]. Owners and occupiers of fishing stalls noted.

Plan and sections London, Devizes and Bridgwater Railway between Bridgwater and Devizes[co.Wilts].  Q\RUp/176  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Book of reference: Somerset lands, Bridgwater, Chedzoy, Westonzoyland, Cossington, Sutton Mallet, Edington, Moorlinch, Greinton, Ashcott, Walton, Street, Glastonbury St.John, and St.Benedict, Meare, Wells St.Cuthbert, Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Doulting, East Cranmore, Wanstrow, Cloford, Nunney, Whatley, Elm, Frome, Rodden, Berkeley. Lords of the manors stated.

Plans and sections of Exeter, Yeovil and Dorchester Railway, main line and Dorchester, Chard and Axmouth Branches.  Q\RUp/177  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: Jos.Locke
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Chard, Cricket St.Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Misterton, North Perrott, Haselbury Plucknett, Hardington Mandeville, Pendomer, East Coker, Sutton Bingham, Closworth, Barwick, Yeovil. Book of reference, Lords of the manors stated.

Plan and section Bristol & English Channels Direct Junction Railway between Watchet harbour and Bridport harbour with branches to Wiveliscombe and Crewkerne.  Q\RUp/178  29 Nov 1845

2 copies.

Contents:
Engineers: Wm.C. and Robt.W.Mylne.
Book of reference: Somerset lands in St.Decumans, Sampford Brett, Bicknoller, Stogumber, Crowcombe, Lydeard St.Lawrence, Combe Florey, Bishops Lydeard, Kingston St.Mary, Norton Fitzwarren, Staplegrove, Taunton St.James, West Monkton, Taunton St.Mary, Ruishton, Stoke St.Mary, Thornfalcon, West Hatch, Hatch Beauchamp, Broadway, Bickenhall, Isle Abbotts, Ashill, Ilton, Whitelackington, Ilminster, Donyatt, Knowle St.Giles, Chard, Cricket St.Thomas, Winsham, Wayford. Wiveliscombe Branch: Crowcombe, Stogumber, Elworthy, Tolland, Lydeard St.Lawrence, Brompton Ralph, Fitzhead, Wiveliscombe.
Crewkerne Branch: Broadwinsor[co. Dorset], Wayford, Crewkerne.
Lords of the manors, Surveyors of Highways, stated together with Turnpike Trusts and clerks where applicable.

Plan and section of Bristol Waterworks.  Q\RUp/179  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Reference Book incl. lands in Abbots Leigh and Long Ashton.

Plan and section of Portbury Pier and Railway.  Q\RUp/180  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer. I.K.Brunel
Book of reference: Lands in Bedminster, Long Ashton, Abbots Leigh, Wraxall, Easton in Gordano, Portbury and Portishead. Lords of manors stated. Copy Act and Standing Orders.

Plan and section. Somerset and N.Devon Junction Railway and Porlock Harbour and Dock.  Q\RUp/181  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: Jn.Hughes
Book of reference: lands in Porlock, Luccombe, Minehead, Dunster, Carhampton, Old Cleeve, St.Decumans, Sampford Brett.

Plan and Section. Bath Waterworks.  Q\RUp/182  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Architect: Geo.Manners, Bath.
Book of reference: lands in Batheaston, Swainswick, Charlcombe, Walcot, Bathampton. With Copy Act and Standing Order.

Plan and section. Somerset Midland Railway.  Q\RUp/183  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: J.R.Hill. Surveyor: G.Wainwright
Book of reference: lands in Frome, Marston Bigot, Nunney, Wanstrow, Cloford, E. and W.Cranmore, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Pilton, Croscombe, Dinder, Wells St.Cuthbert, Meare, Glastonbury, Street, Walton, Ashcott, Shapwick, Catcott, Edington, Chilton Polden, Cossington, Huntspill, Burnham. Extension: Glastonbury to Banklands, N.Petherton; Glastonbury, Walton, Ashcott, Greinton, Moorlinch, Shapwick, Middlezoy, Othery, Stoke St.Gregory, North Petherton. Lords of manors and Surveyors of Highways, stated.

Plan and section of Bridgwater and Minehead Railway and Pier with branch to Watchet.  Q\RUp/184  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: G.Hennett
Book of reference: lands in Bridgwater, Wembdon, Chilton Trinity, Cannington, Otterhampton, Idstock and Bere, Spaxton, Charlinch, Fiddington, Nether Stowey, Stogursey, Kilton, Stringston, Dodington, Holford, Kilve, East and West Quantoxhead, St.Decumans, Old Cleeve, Carhampton, Dunster, Minehead. Watchet branch: St.Decumans. Luxborough Branch: Old Cleeve, Nettlecombe, Carhampton, Treborough, Luxborough. Lords of the manors, Parish Clerks and Surveyors of Highways, named.

London, Salisbury and Yeovil Junction Railway: Plan and sections, incl. Yeovil branch.  Q\RUp/185  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Book of reference: Somerset lands in Milborne Port, Henstridge, Barwick, East Coker, Closworth, Sutton Bingham, Yeovil. Lords of manors stated.

Copy of Q/RUp 185 excl. line from Salisbury into Hants.  Q\RUp/186  30 Nov 1845

Birmingham and Bristol Railway (Bristol branch): Plan and section.  Q\RUp/187  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: Robert.Stephenson
Book of reference: lands in Somerset in Weston(Bath), Langridge, Woolley, Swainswick, Bathampton, Bathwick. Lords of manors stated.

Great Western Railway: Berks, and Hants.(Hungerford) Extension.  Q\RUp/188  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Plan and section of lines into Wilts, and Somerset incl. Marlborough, Devizes and Radstock branches.
Books of reference: Somerset land in Standerwick, Berkeley, Frome. Lords of manors stated.

Great Western Railway: Somerset Colliery Lines[book of reference only, no plan; no plan in House of Lords record office either]  Q\RUp/188a  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Lands in Twerton, Newton St.Loe, Priston, Camerton, Farmborough, Timsbury, High Littleton, Paulton, Midsomer Norton and Radstock.
Lords of manors, and collieries, named.

Exeter Great Western Railway: Plans and section. Line, Stoke Canon[co. Devon] to Yeovil, & Chard branch.  Q\RUp/189  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Book of reference: lands in Somerset, Chard, Cricket St.Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Misterton, North Perrott, Haselbury Plucknett, Hardington Mandeville, Pendomer, East Coker, Sutton Bingham, Closworth, Barwick. Lords of manors stated.

Wilts. Somerset and Weymouth Railway - as Q/RUp 172, with alterations to Radstock branch and addition of Devizes branch and Bath branch.  Q\RUp/190  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Lands in Bradford[co.Wilts], Freshford, Monkton Combe, Claverton, Bathampton, Bathford. Separate reference book of alteration in Devizes deposited April 1846. With copy Act 1845.

Taunton and Chard (Canal) Railway. Plan and section.  Q\RUp/191  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Solicitors: Sherrard and Hall
Reference book. Parishes as in Q/RUp 119. Lords of manors stated.

Bridgwater and Taunton and Stolford Railway with harbour at Stolford for Bridgwater and Taunton Canal Co. Plan and section.  Q\RUp/192  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Surveyors - not stated.
Reference book: lands in Stogursey, Stockland Bristol, Otterhampton, Cannington, Wembdon, Bridgwater, N.Petherton, St.Michaelchurch, Lyng, Durston, Creech St.Michael, West Monkton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton St. James. Lords of manors stated. With copy Act.

Bristol and English Channels Connection Railway and Harbour at Stolford between Stolford, Stogursey and Lyme Regis[co. Dorset]  Q\RUp/193  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Surveyors not stated
Plan, sections and book of reference: Somerset lands as in Q/RUp 192 and Ruishton, Thornfalcon, North Curry, Curry Mallet, Beer Crocombe, Ashill, Whitelackington, Ilton, Ilminster, Donyatt, Kingstone, Dinnington, Seavington St.Mary, Hinton St.George, Merriott, Crewkerne, Misterton. Lords of manors stated.

The Direct Western Railway: between Creech St.Michael and Kentbury[co. Hants.] incl. Bridgwater and Bath branches.  Q\RUp/194  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineers: Sir Jas.Mc.Neil and Jas. Thompson
Plan, section and reference book: Somerset lands in Creech St.Michael, Durston, Lyng, North Petherton, Stoke St.Gregory, Westonzoyland, Othery, Middlezoy, Aller, Huish Episcopi, Ashcott, Greinton, Butleigh, Walton, Glastonbury, Wells St. Cuthbert (out), Meare, Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Doulting, East and West Cranmore, Cloford, Wanstrow, Nunney, Whatley, Frome, Elm, Rodden, Berkeley, Standerwick, Bridgwater branch, Bridgwater(incl. houses to be purchased for a site for a railway station), Chedzoy, Westonzoyland, Cossington, Sutton Mallet, Chilton Polden, Moorlinch, Edington, Catcott, Greinton, Butleigh, Ashcott. Bath branch: from East Coulston[co.Wilts], Somerset lands in Monkton Combe, Claverton, Lyncombe & Widcombe. Lords of manors stated.

Bristol Water Works.  Q\RUp/195  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Surveyors: W.H.Townsend, G.C.Ashmead.
Engineer: James Simpson
Plan, section, book of reference, Act. of Parliament(16 July 1846).
Parishes affected: Chewton Mendip, Litton, East Harptree, West Harptree, Compton Martin, Chew Stoke, Winford, Barrow, Long Ashton, Bedminster.
Springs (Barrow), (E. and W.Harptree), Blue Ball Inn(Compton Martin). Lords of manor stated.

London, Newbury and Bath Direct Railway between Lyncombe and Widcombe and Newbury(Berks.)  Q\RUp/196  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineers: James Walker and Thomas Blackwell
Plan, section, book of reference, private Bills and standing orders of House of Lords.
Somerset parishes affected: Lyncombe & Widcombe, Bathwick, Bathampton, Claverton, Bathford.
Inn(Lyncombe & Widcombe) and Manor Farm(Claverton).

Alternative line to Q/RUp/196, through Wilts.  Q\RUp/197  [n.d.]

Southern Counties Union and Bristol, Bath and Dover Direct Railway.  Q\RUp/198  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Surveyor: Mr.C.Lee
Engineers: J.U.Rastrick and H.Renton
Plan, sections, Surrey, Wilts, Hants. only.

Bath, Wells & Exeter Junction Railway - between Dundas Aquaduct (Som. & Wilts.) and Chard.  Q\RUp/199  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Plans sections, book of reference, standing orders - Claverton, Freshford, Charterhouse Hinton, Monkton Combe, Wellow, Camerton, Writhlington, Radstock, Kilmersdon, Adcombe, Stratton on the Fosse, Stoke St. Michael, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Pilton, Croscombe, Dinder, St. Cuthbert (Wells), Meare, Glastonbury, Street, Walton, Butleigh, Somerton, Pitney, High Ham, Huish Episcopi, Drayton, Curry Rivel, Earnshill, Isle Brewers, Barrington, Puckington, South Bradon, Ilton, Ilminster, Donyatt, Dowlish Wake, Knowle St. Giles, Chard; also Timsbury branch - Dunkerton, Combe Hay, Camerton.
Claverton Hotel, Homehouse farm (Wellow), Paglinch farm (Wellow), Dunger farm and Churchill farm (Croscombe).

Great, Western of England, or South Western Extension Railway.  Q\RUp/200  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
West Monkton-Worting (Southampton)
Plans, sections, book of reference, standing orders: West Monkton, Ruishton, Thornfalcon, Stoke St. Mary, West Hatch, Hatch Beauchamp, Beer Crocombe, Curry Mallet, Isle Abbots, Isle Brewers, Puckington, Barrington, Shepton Beauchamp, Kingsbury, South Petherton, Martock, Stoke under Hamdon, Montacute, Odcombe, Lufton, Preston, Brympton, Yeovil, Berwick, Montacute House, Cortgate Inn (Stoke under Hamdon). Lords of manors stated, also Rectors.

North Devon Railway: between Lawhitton [co. Cornwall] and Hillfarrance, incl. Tiverton, Tavistock and Crediton branches (all in Devon).  Q\RUp/201  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Plan, section and book of reference: Somerset lands in Dulverton, Brushford, Chipstable, Milverton, Wiveliscombe, Oak, Hillfarrance, Bradford on Tone, Lords of the manors stated.
Allshire farm (Brushford), Ford farm (Bradford), Town Mills (Milverton), Oake Mills, Ford Mills (Bradford), Turnpike (Chipstable) (Milverton) (Wiveliscombe) (Bradford).

Branches from the Bristol & Exeter Railway.  Q\RUp/202  30 Nov 1845

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Plan, Section, book of reference, 2 Acts of Parl., Standing Order. Crewkerne, Merriott, South Petherton, Martock, Norton, Stoke. Lords of manor stated.

Direct London & Exeter Railway (with Windsor Branch): London (Westminster) to St. Sidwell (Exeter) (Middlesex, Surrey. Berks., Hants., Wilts., Dorset, Som., Devon).  Q\RUp/203  1 Dec 1845

Contents:
Engineer: John Braithwaite
Plan, section, book of reference: Henstridge, Milborne Port, Sherborne (Dorset), Yeovil, East Coker, Barwick, Hardington, East Chinnock, Middle Chinnock, West Chinnock, Crewkerne, Merriott, Wayford, Winsham, Chard; Marsh farm, Styles farm, Virginia Inn, Spurles farm (Henstridge), Parrots Mill, Key farm (Yeovil), Burrows farm (E.Chinnock), New Place Mill (Merriott). Lords of manor stated.

Dover & Bristol Railway from Bristol to Queen Charlton; also, Branch from Queen Charlton to Radstock.  Q\RUp/204  1 Dec 1845

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Plans, sections, book of reference, standing order. St. Philip & Jacob, Bedminster, Brislington, Whitchurch, Keynsham, Queen Charlton, Compton Dando, Publow, Chelwood, Clutton, High Littleton, Farrington Gurney, Paulton, Midsomer Norton, Radstock.

County Lunatic Asylum - not found but see Q/ALu and D/H/men.  Q\RUp/205  [n.d.]

Blandford and Bruton Railway.  Q\RUp/206  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: Jos. Locke.
Plan, section and O.S. 1" sheet and adj. Wilts. sheet.
Somerset parishes: Henstridge, Maperton, Templecombe, Wincanton, Horsington, Charlton Musgrave, North Cheriton, Shepton Montague, Montacute, Pitcombe, Bruton - Lords of manors included.

Salisbury and Yeovil Railway with Branches to Shaftesbury and Wincanton.  Q\RUp/207  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: Jos. Locke
Somerset parishes: Yeovil, Wincanton, Templecombe, Stowell, Henstridge, Milborne Port, Barwick, Horsington, Maperton, Wincanton. Lords of manors included.

Midland Railway Branch from Mangotsfield to Bath.  Q\RUp/208  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: (?) Robt. Stephenson
Somerset parishes: Weston, Langridge, Woolley, Swainswick, Walcot, Bathwick. Lords of manors stated.
Plan, section, book of reference and O.S. 1" map N. Somerset

Midland Railway Branch from Mangotsfield to Bath.  Q\RUp/208  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: (?) Robt. Stephenson
Somerset parishes: Weston, Langridge, Wooley, Swainswick, Walcot, Bathwick. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and section, book of reference and O.S. 1" map of N. Somerset.

Chard Canal and Railway Extension from Ilminster to Chard.  Q\RUp/209  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Surveyors (?): Sherard & Hall (London)
Ilminster, Donyatt, West Dowlish, Dowlish Wake/East Dowlish, Cricket Malherbie, Knowle/Knowle St. Giles, Chaffcombe, Chard. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and section, book of reference, copy of Act (1847), Standing Orders for House of Lords.

Exeter, Yeovil and Dorchester Railway.  Q\RUp/210  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: Jos. Locke
Chard, Cricket St. Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Misterton, North Perrott, Haselbury Plucknett, Hardington Mandeville, Pendomer, East Coker, Sutton Bingham, Closworth, Berwick, Chard Borough, Chaffcombe, Knowle St. Giles, Dowlish Wake, Cricket Malherbie, West Dowlish, Donyatt, Ilminster. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and section, book of reference, copy of Act (1848), O.S. 1" map of South and West Somerset.

Bristol & Exeter Railway- branch to Wells, Glastonbury and Street.  Q\RUp/211  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Somerset parishes: Bleadon, Loxton, Biddisham, Compton Bishop, Weare, Axbridge, Cheddar, Nyland and Batcombe, Cheddar and Rodney Stoke, Westbury, Wells St. Cuthbert, Wookey, Meare, John the Baptist and St. Benedict, Street, Uphill. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and section, reference book, O.S. 1" map central Somerset.

Great Western Railway, amendments and extensions.  Q\RUp/212  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Newton St. Loe, Englishcombe, Twerton, Priston, Camerton, Timsbury, Farmborough, High Littleton, Clutton, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Wellow, Writhlington, Bathampton
Plan and section, reference book, O.S. 1" map North Somerset.

Exeter Great Western Railway from Yeovil and Bridport to Exeter branches.  Q\RUp/213  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Somerset parishes: Chard, Cricket St. Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Misterton, South Perrott, North Perrott, Haselbury Plucknett, Hardington Mandeville, Pendomer, East Coker, Sutton Bingham, Closworth, Barwick, Chaffcombe, Knowle St. Giles, Donyatt, Ilminster. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and section, O.S. 1" map.

Wilts., Somerset and Weymouth Railway, Amendment 1.  Q\RUp/214  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Somerset parishes: Pitcombe, Bruton, N. Brewham, Witham Friary, Marston Bigot, Frome and Sheep House farm (extra parochial). Lords of manors stated.
Plan, sections, with O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

As Q/RUp 214. Amendment 2.  Q\RUp/215  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Bleadon to Blandford line. Somerset parishes: Bleadon, Lympsham, Compton Bishop, Biddisham, Axbridge, Cheddar, Rodney Stoke, Westbury, Wells, Wookey, Croscombe, Dinder, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Evercreech, Doulting, Milton, Lamyatt, Bruton, Pitcombe, Shepton Montague, Charlton Musgrave, Wincanton, Horsington, Maperton, North Cheriton, Templecombe, Henstridge, Nyland cum Batcombe (extra parochial).
Glastonbury branch: Wells and Glastonbury
Compton to Wilton line: Somerset parishes, Milborne Port, Stowell, Templecombe, Henstridge. Lords of manors stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference.

Bristol and Poole Harbour Railway.  Q\RUp/216  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: George Rennie
Somerset Parishes: Bedminster, Brislington, Whitchurch, Queen Charlton, Clutton, Publow, Chelwood, High Littleton, Farrington Gurney, Ston Easton, Paulton, Binegar, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Kilmerston, Holcombe, Leigh on Mendip, Stoke St. Michael, Doulting, Evercreech, Milton Clevedon, Lamyatt, Bruton, Almsford, Pitcombe, Shepton Montague, Charlton Musgrave, Wincanton, Horsington, Wincanton Free Tithe Land.
Branch to the Camerton coal pits: Somerset parishes: Clutton, High Littleton, Timsbury, Paulton, Camerton, Wellow.
Lords of manors stated.
Plans, sections reference book and O.S. 1" map.

Bristol & Exeter Railway- Taunton & Castle Cary branch.  Q\RUp/217  30 Nov 1846

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Somerset parishes: Lyng, Durston, North Petherton, Stoke St. Gregory, Middlezoy, Othery, Westonzoyland, Aller, Greinton, Ashcott, Walton, Street, Butleigh, Baltonsborough, W. Lydford, Lovington, Hornblotton, Ditcheat, Castle Cary, Almsford. Book of reference, plans and sections, O.S. map and Act of Parliament. Lords of manors stated.

Taunton Town and Market Improvement - Lines of Proposed Sewers in Taunton St. James.  Q\RUp/218  30 Nov 1848

Contents:
Large detailed town plan, streets and buildings named.
Plan no. 1, plan and section, book of reference and copy Act.
Plan very fragile. [repaired Sept. 1996]

Great Western Railway- Radstock Colliery Lines, Clutton Branch.  Q\RUp/218a  1 May 1847

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Timsbury, High Littleton, Farmborough, Clutton.
Book of reference, plans and section.

Bath Improvements-Markets, Waterworks and Bath Commons or Freemans Estate.  Q\RUp/219  29 Nov 1850

Contents:
Consolidation of Powers and Amendment of Acts
Engineer: Alfred Mitchell
Somerset parishes: Batheaston, Lyncombe, Widcombe.
Book of reference, plans and sections, Act of Parliament.

Somersetshire Central Railway, Glastonbury-Highbridge, and Highbridge Harbour.  Q\RUp/220  30 Nov 1850

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Surveyor: Geo.C.Ashmead
Somerset parishes: Burnham, Huntspill, Mark, Moorlinch(Chilton, Edington, Catcott), Shapwick, Meare, Ashcott, Walton, Street, Glastonbury. Lords of manors stated. Books of reference, plans and sections.

Exeter and Yeovil Railway.  Q\RUp/221  28 Nov 1851

Contents:
Engineer: Joseph Locke
Somerset parishes: Chard, Cricket St.Thomas, Winsham, Wayford, Crewkerne, Misterton, N.Perrott, Haselbury Plucknett, Hardington Mandeville, Pendomer, E.Coker, Sutton Bingham, Closworth, Berwick, Yeovil. Lords of manors stated. 1" O.S.map, plans, sections and book of reference.

Turnpike road between King's House, Chilthorne Domer and Brinomore Tree, Yeovil. Also road between the Yeovil Turnpike at Marston Elm and the Ilchester Turnpike at Sparkford Cross.  Q\RUp/222  28 Nov 1852

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Chilthorne Domer, Yeovil, Marston Magna, Queen Camel, Sparkford. Yeovil(Middle Street widening).
Lords of the manors stated.
Plans and sections, book of reference, Act of Parliament.

Bristol and Exeter Railway- Durston and Yeovil Branch.  Q\RUp/223  28 Nov 1851

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Stoke St.Gregory, N.Petherton, Durston, Lyng. Lords of the manors stated.
Book of reference, plan and sections, 1" O.S.map.

Yeovil-Salisbury Railway.  Q\RUp/224  29 Nov 1851

Contents:
Engineer: Jos.Locke
Somerset parishes: Wincanton, Templecombe, Stowell, Henstridge, Milborne Port.
Lords of manor stated.
O.S. 1" map, plans and sections, book of reference.

Somersetshire Central Railway-Highbridge to Glastonbury.  Q\RUp/225  29 Nov 1851

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Surveyor: Geo.G.Ashmead
Somerset Parishes: Burnham, Huntspill, Mark, Chilton, Moorlinch(Edington, Catcot), Shapwick, Meare, Ashcott, Walton, Street, Glastonbury. Lords of manors stated. O.S. 1" map, plans and sections, book of reference.

Weston-Super-Mare Improvement  Q\RUp/226  30 Nov 1851

Contents:
Plan showing boundary of the town and district. (scale 8": 1 ml.)

Weston-Super-Mare Waterworks  Q\RUp/227  29 Nov 1852

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Morle, Banwell, Kewstoke, Weston-super-Mare. Lords of the manor stated.
Plans and sections, book of reference.

Midlands Union Railway  Q\RUp/228  30 Nov 1852

Contents:
Engineers: Locke and Errington
Somerset parishes: Henstridge, Templecombe, Horsington, North Cheriton, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague, Bruton, Pitcombe, Ditcheat, Almsford, Lamyatt, Milton Clevedon, Evercreech, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Stoke St.Micheal, Leigh on Mendip, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Binegar, Ston Easton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Chelwood, Publow, Compton Dando, Keynsham. Lords of manors stated.
O.S. 1" map, plans and sections, book of reference.

Kingroad Harbour, Docks and Railway (Port of Bristol)  Q\RUp/229  30 Nov 1852

Contents:
Engineer-in-chief: J.M.Rendell,FRS.
Somerset: Easton-in-Gordano. Lord of manor stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Chard Railway - Extension to Taunton.  Q\RUp/230  30 Nov 1852

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Ruishton, Creech St.Michael, W.Monkton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton St.James. Lords of the manor stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Yeovil Waterworks  Q\RUp/231  29 Nov 1853

Contents:
Engineers: Rammel & Lister
Somerset parishes: Closworth, Berwick, Yeovil.
Plans and sections, book of reference.

Radstock and Buckland Dinham Road  Q\RUp/232  30 Nov 1853

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Writhlington, Wellow.
Plan and section, book of reference.

Salisbury to Yeovil Railway and Branch  Q\RUp/233  30 Nov 1853

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Wincanton, Templecombe, Stowell, Milborne Port. Lords of the manor stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

South Midlands Union Railway  Q\RUp/234  30 Nov 1853

Contents:
Engineers: Locke and Errington
Somerset parishes: Henstridge, Templecombe, Horsington, N.Cheriton, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague, Bruton. Lords of manors stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Berks. & Hants. Extension-G.W.R  Q\RUp/235  30 Nov 1853

Contents:
Engineer: I.K.Brunel
Somerset parishes: Freshford, Monkton Combe, Claverton, Bathampton. Lords of manors stated.
Plan and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Wells Gaol Improvements  Q\RUp/236  18 March 1853

Contents:
Surveyor: Rich.Carver
Plans, Palmerston's authorisation.
Not a deposited plan of a public undertaking but placed in this series at an early date.

West Somerset Mineral Railway  Q\RUp/237  25 Nov 1854

Contents:
Engineer: Rice Hopkins,esq.
Somerset parishes: St.Decumans, Old Cleeve, Nettlecombe, Monksilver, Huish Champflower, Brompton Regis, Withiel Florey, Luxborough, Exton. Lords of the manors stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Bristol and Exeter Railway  Q\RUp/238  29 Nov 1854

Contents:
Somerset parishes: Bedminster, Backwell, Yatton, Uphill, Bleadon, Burnham, Huntspill, Puriton, Chilton Trinity, Bridgwater, Staplegrove, Bradford,Hillfarrance, Curry Rivel, Martock, Yeovil.
Plans and sections. O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Weston-Super-Mare and Uphill Pier and Railway.  Q\RUp/239  29 Nov 1854

Contents:
Engineer: David Jones
Somerset parishes: Uphill, Bleadon, Weston-super-Mare, Brean. Lords of manors stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Uphill and Bleadon Raod  Q\RUp/240  29 Nov 1854

Contents:
Engineer: David Jones
Somerset parishes: Uphill, Bleadon. Lords of the manor stated.
Plans & sections, book of reference.

New Borough Prison at Bridgwater and Improving and Extending Assize Courts.  Q\RUp/240a  (?) 1854

Contents:
Architect: Rich.Carver
Plans. Not a deposited plan of public undertaking but placed in this series at an early date.

South Wales and Southampton Railway  Q\RUp/241  [n.d.]

Contents:
Engineer: John Fowler
Somerset parishes: Weston-super-Mare,Uphill, Brean, Bleadon, Coxton, Compton Bishop, Axbridge, Cheddar, Rodney Stoke, Westbury, Wells St.Cuthbert, Wookey, N.Wootton, Pilton, Pylle, East Pennard, Evercreech, Ditcheat, Milton, Clevedon, Lamyatt, Bruton, Pitcombe, Shepton Montague, Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, Horsington. Extra Parochial: Nyland-cum-Batcombe. Lords of manor stated.
Plans and sections, O.S. 1" map, books of reference

Somerset Central Railway to Wells and Burnham and Pier at Burnham.  Q\RUp/242  30 Nov 1854

Contents:
Somerset Parishes: Glastonbury St.John and St.Benedict, Meare, Wells St.Cuthbert,Burnham. Lords of the manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" plan, book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Uphill & Bleadon Road  Q\RUp/243  25 April 1855

Contents:
Engineer: David Jones
Parishes: Uphill, Bleadon.
Plans, sections and book of reference.

Bath Gas, Light & Coke Company  Q\RUp/244  27 Nov 1855

Contents:
Extension limits of supply, increase of capital powers of borrowing and compulsory purchase of land in WESTON.
Plan, book of reference, notice of application for Act(Amendment). Detailed plan of houses and Gas Co.premises.

London and South Western Railway. Western Extension, Dorchester to Axminster.  Q\RUp/245  29 Nov 1855

Contents:
Engineer: J.E.Errington
Somerset Parishes: Barwick, East Coker, Closworth, Sutton Bingham, Pendomer, Harrington Mandeville, Haselbury Plucknett, North Perrott, Misterton, Crewkerne, Wayford, Winsham, Cricket St.Thomas, Chard. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notices of application for Act.

East Somerset Colliery Railways  Q\RUp/246  30 Nov 1855

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Somerset parishes: Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Wellow, Writhlington.
Lords of manor stated.
Plan and sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

East Somerset Railway, Frome to Wells.  Q\RUp/247  30 Nov 1855

Contents:
Engineer:
Somerset Parishes: Witham Friary, Upton Noble, Wanstrow, East Cranmore, West Cranmore, Doulting, Pilton, Shepton Mallett, Croscombe, Dinder, St. Cuthbert, Wells 'Out' and Wells 'In'.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Glastonbury & Bruton Railway  Q\RUp/248  30 Nov 1855

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Somerset parishes: Glastonbury St. John the Baptist and St. Benedict, West Pennard, North Wootton, Pilton, Pylle, East Pennard, Evercreech, Ditcheat, Milton Clevedon, Lamyatt, hamlet of Wykehampton in the parish of Bruton, hamlet of Wyke Champflower in parish of Bruton, Pitcombe. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

East Somerset Railway Alteration  Q\RUp/249  13 March 1856

Contents:
Parish: West Cranmore.
Section of plan, book of reference.
(Alterations, with ref. to Q/RUp 247)

Somerton & Castle Cary Roads, Turnpike Road from Catsgore Farm to the White Hart in Somerton(Langport etc. Roads Act).  Q\RUp/250  27 Nov 1856

Contents:
Parishes: Somerton(tything of Somerton Borough, tything of Somerton Earleigh).
Plan(handrawn with colour wash), book of reference.

West Somerset Mineral Railway. Minehead Extension.  Q\RUp/251  28 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: Rice Hopkins
Parishes: Old Cleeve, Withycombe, Carhampton, Dunster, Minehead.
Lords of manors stated.
Plans, sections, O.S.1" map, book of refernce, notice of application for Act.

Watchet Harbour(Proposed Improvements)  Q\RUp/252  28 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: Rice Hopkins
Parish: St. Decumans(Watchet). Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, 20' to 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act. (Beaches and land owned by H.M. the Queen)

Watchet Harbour Trust(Improvement of Harbour, etc.)  Q\RUp/253  29 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel, FRS.
Parish: St. Decumans(Watchet)
Plan, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Dorset Central Railway (Five Extensions).  Q\RUp/254  29 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Parishes: Templecombe, Horsington, North Cheriton, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague. Extra Parochial:(Shepton Montague), Bruton, (Bruton), Pitcombe. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

West Somerset Railway  Q\RUp/255  29 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Parishes: Bishops Hull, Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Lydeard, Ash Priors, Combe Florey, Lydeard St. Lawrence, Crowcombe, Stogumber, Bicknoller, Sampford Brett, St. Decumans(Watchet).
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

East Somerset Railway. Extension to Wells(Shepton Mallet to Wells)  Q\RUp/256  29 Nov 1856

Contents:
Engineer: I.K. Brunel
Parishes: Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Croscombe, Dinder, St. Cuthbert(Wells).
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London and South Western Railway Extensions and Deviations  Q\RUp/257  30 Nov 1857

Contents:
Engineer: J.E. Errington
Parish: Misterton
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Clifton Suspension Bridge  Q\RUp/258  30 Nov 1857

Contents:
Parish: Long Ashton
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application for Act(dated 11 Nov. 1837).

Taunton Water Works. Supply of Water.  Q\RUp/258A  30 Nov 1857

Contents:
Parishes: St. Mary Magdalen(Taunton), Wilton, Trull, Pitminster, West Buckland.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act(from newspaper).

Weston Super Mare. Improvement & Market Acts(Amendment of Acts)  Q\RUp/259  29 Nov 1858

Contents:
Parishes: Weston super Mare, Uphill. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Shepton Mallet Waterworks  Q\RUp/260  30 Nov 1858

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Parish: Shepton Mallet
Plans, sections.
Book of Reference.
Notice of appliction for Act.

Kingroad (Avon) Pier  Q\RUp/261  30 Nov 1858

Contents:
Engineer: Geo. Thornton
Parishes: Westbury-on-Trym(Gloucs.), Easton-in-Gordano[Dungball Island]
Plan, section.
Book of reference
Lord of manor noted.

Highbridge markets, and gas  Q\RUp/262  29 Nov 1859

Contents:
Architect: Arthur Whitehead
Parishes: Burnham-on-Sea, Huntspill.
Plan
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.

Yeovil Junction railway and station  Q\RUp/263  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: J.E. Errington
Parishes: Bradford Abbas(Dorset), Yeovil.
Plans, section
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.
Lords of manor noted.

West Somerset Railway(Extension to Watchet)  Q\RUp/264  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: R.P. Brereton
Parish: St. Decuman's
Plans, sections.
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.

East Somerset Railway(Extension to Wells)  Q\RUp/265  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Parishes: Shepton Mallet, Pilton, Croscombe, Dinder, Wells St. Cuthbert.
Plans, sections, 1" O.S. map.
Book of reference.
Notice of application for Act.

Watchet harbour(proposed improvements)  Q\RUp/266  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: James Abernethy
Parish: St. Decuman's
Plans, sections.
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.

Salisbury and Yeovil Railway (deviation and junction railways at Yeovil Station)  Q\RUp/267  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Parishes: Bradford Abbas(Dorset), Yeovil.
Plans, sections.
Book of reference
Lords of manors noted.

Burnham tidal harbour and railways  Q\RUp/268  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: John Hawkshaw
Parishes: Burnham on Sea, Huntspill.
Plans, sections.
Book of reference
Lords of manors noted
Notice of application for Act.

Dorset Central Railway  Q\RUp/269  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
(Blandford to Bruton, Wimborne to Poole, and Poole to Bournemouth)
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Parishes: Henstridge, Templecombe, Horsington, North Cheriton, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague, Pitcombe, Bruton.
Plans, sections.
Book of reference.
Notice of application for Act
Lords of manors noted.

Shepton Mallet Railway.  Q\RUp/270  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Parishes: Pylle, Shepton Mallet, Evercreech, Doulting. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of refernce, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway, New railway and additional lands at Yeovil.  Q\RUp/271  30 Nov 1859

Contents:
Parish: Yeovil. Lord of manor noted.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Chard Railway NOT FOUND  Q\RUp/272  [n.d.]


Related information: See DD/SAS C/909 132/35-36.

North Somerset Railway. Alteration of main line, Wells.  Q\RUp/273  3 June 1861

Contents:
Parish: Wells, St. Cuthbert.
Plan, section, book of reference.

Clifton Suspension Bridge  Q\RUp/273A  29 Nov 1860

Contents:
Engineers: J.Hawkshaw and W.H. Barlow
Parish: Long Ashton. Lord of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

North Somerset Railway and Branches.  Q\RUp/273b  30 Nov 1860

Contents:
Engineer: John F.Tone
Parishes: Wells St.Cuthbert, Dinder. Binegar, Emborough, Ston Easton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Chelwood, Publow, Pensford, Stanton Drew, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Brislington, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Timsbury, Paulton.
Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Somerset Central Railway, Glastonbury to Bruton(with section to Burnham)  Q\RUp/273c  30 Nov 1860

Contents:
Engineer: C.H.Gregory
Parishes: Glastonbury St.John and St.Benedict, West Pennard, North Wootton, East Pennard, Pilton, Pylle, Evercreech, Milton Clevedon, Lamyatt, Bruton, Pitcombe, Burnham, Shapwick. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Chard and Taunton Railway  Q\RUp/273d  30 Nov 1860

Contents:
Engineer: Henry Conybeare
Parishes: Chard, Ilminster, Donyatt, Ashill, Crocombe, Hatch Beauchamp, West Hatch, Thornfalcon, Stoke St.Mary, Ruishton, West Monkton, Creech St.Michael, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton St. James. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, Sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Brean Down Harbour and Railway, and Weston Super Mare Landing Slip.  Q\RUp/274  30 Nov 1861

Contents:
Engineer: W.M.Peniston
Parishes: Brean, Berrow, Lympsham, Weston-super-Mare. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol and South Western Junction Railways.  Q\RUp/275  30 Nov 1861

Contents:
Parishes: Horsington, Pensford, Wincanton, Stanton Drew, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague, Bruton, Pitcombe, Lamyat, Milton Clevedon, Evercreech, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, West Cranmore, Stoke Lane(Stoke St.Michael), Leigh Upon Mendip, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Timsbury, Camerton, Chelwood, Publow, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Brislington. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Waterworks Extension.  Q\RUp/276  30 Nov 1861

Contents:
Parishes: Barrow Gurney, Dundry. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Radstock and Keynsham Railway.  Q\RUp/277  30 Nov 1861

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler and R.J.Ward.
Parishes: Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Binegar, Ston Easton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Marksbury, Chelwood, Compton Dando, Burnet, Keynsham, Writhlington, Camerton, Wellow, Paulton, Timsbury. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference(2 copies), notice of application for Act.
Application for railway and tramway.

Weston Super Mare Pier.  Q\RUp/278  30 Nov 1861

Contents:
Parish: Weston Super Mare.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Docks. Improvements of River Avon and new basin.  Q\RUp/279  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineer: Thomas Howard
Parishes: Long Ashton, Abbots Leigh. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Someret Coal Railway  Q\RUp/280  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineer: Henry Hemberow
Parishes: Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, South Brewham, Witham Friary, Wanstrow, Cloford, Nunney, Whatley, Elm, Mells, Babington, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Timsbury, High Littleton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Port and Channel Docks.  Q\RUp/281  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, James Brunlees.
Somerset Parish: part of Easton in Gordano.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Midland Railway (Mangotsfield to Bath, Branch Line)  Q\RUp/282  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineer: J.S. Crossley
Parishes: North Stoke, Kelston, Weston, Walcot. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, Notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Exeter Railway (Extension of stations, etc.)  Q\RUp/283  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Parishes: Ilminster, Chard, Hutton, Burnham, Taunton St.James, Wellington. Lords of manor noted.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol and Portishead Pier and Railway.  Q\RUp/284  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineers: McLean, Stileman, W.H. Barlow.
Parishes: Portbury, St.Georges, Easton in Gordano, Abbots Leigh, Long Ashton, Bedminster. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol and North Somerset Railway.  Q\RUp/285  29 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineers: R.B.Percy, J.G.Fraser.
Parishes: Lamyat, Milton Clevedon, Evercreech, Doulting, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, West Cranmore, Stoke Lane(Stoke St.Michael), Leigh on Mendip, Mells, Babington, Kilmersdon, Writhlington, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Chelwood, Publow, Stanton Drew, St.Thomas, Pensford, Timsbury, Camerton, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Brislington. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath United Hospital(Power to purchase and hold land)  Q\RUp/286  1 Dec 1862

Contents:
Roads surrounding plan: Beau Street, Bimbury Lane, Lower Borough Walls, Hot Bath Street.
Colour Wash. Plans, sections, scale 15' to 1" approx. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.
(Land purchased in order to build new hospital?)

Devon(North) and Somerset Railway  Q\RUp/287  28 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: E.Birch
Parishes: Bishops Hull, Norton Fitzwarren, Hillfarrance, Oake, Heathfield, Milverton, Wiveliscombe, Chipstable, Brushford, Dulverton. Lords of manor not stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map and extracts. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act. Also included Acts of Parliament(with B.O.F.) 1864, 1866, 1872.
N.B. Plans and sections in very poor state.

Weston Super Mare Pier Extension  Q\RUp/288  28 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: E. Birch
Parish: Weston-super-Mare.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Central Station and Railway  Q\RUp/289  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineers: Mc.Clean Styleman, W.H.Barlow
Parishes: Bedminster, Long Ashton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Bridport Harbour and Pier (railway)  Q\RUp/290  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineers: Thomas Page, Capt.L.Flower.
Somerset parishes: Wayford, Crewkerne, Merriott, South Petherton, Martock, Stoke Sub Hamdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Bristol and North Somerset Railway Bath Extension  Q\RUp/291  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineers: B.Piercy and J.G.Fraser
Parishes: High Littleton, Timsbury, Camerton, Priston, Newton St.Loe, Twerton, Weston, Lyncombe, Walcot. Lords of Manor stated.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & North Somerset Railway, extensions.  Q\RUp/292  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineers: B.Piercy and J.G.Fraser
Parishes: Farrington Gurney, Ston Easton, Binegar, Emborough, St.Cuthbert(Wells), Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Chilcompton, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Stratton on the Fosse, Stoke Lane, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Babington. Lords of Manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Port and Channel Docks  Q\RUp/293  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, James Brunlees.
Parishes: Easton in Gordano.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston-Super-Mare, Axbridge, Cheddar and Wells Railway.  Q\RUp/294  30 Nov 1863

[O.S. map badly torn].

Contents:
Engineer: G.W.Kemans
Parishes: Bleadon, Loxton, Biddisham, Compton Bishop, Weare, Axbridge, Cheddar, Rodney Stoke, Westbury, St. Cuthbert Out(Wells), Wookey, St.Cuthbert In (Wells), Coxley Tithing(St.Cuthbert Out), Nyland, Wedmore. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. book of reference, Notice of application for Act.

Clevedon Pier  Q\RUp/295  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: F.W. Groves
Parish: Clevedon
Plan, Section Scale 198' to 1". Notice of application for Act.

Exe Valley Railway  Q\RUp/296  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: G.B. Bruce
Parishes: Brushford, Dulverton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S.1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Salisbury and Yeovil Railway  Q\RUp/297  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
(Additional Lands)
Engineer: J.G. Fraser
Parish: Templecombe
Plans, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Chard, Road & Lyme Regis Railway  Q\RUp/298  30 Nov 1863

[Plans & sections book without spine, all loose pages]

Contents:
Engineer:W.A. D'Arcy
Somerset Parish: Chard
Plans, sections, book of reference. Copy of London Gazette dated 27 Nov. 1863. incl. letter from Napoleon to Queen Victoria.

Midland Railway: Branches to Bath and Thornbury  Q\RUp/299  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: J.S. Crossley
Parishes: Kelston, Newton St. Loe, Weston, Twerton, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Walcot.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Somerset & Dorset Railway, Cheddar Valley and Yatton  Q\RUp/300  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: St. Cuthberts In (Wells), St. Cuthberts Out (Wells), Wookey, Westbury, Rodney Stoke, Cheddar, Nyland, Axbridge, Compton Bishop, Winscombe, Banwell, Churchill, Congresbury, Yatton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, notice of application for Act[no book of reference].

Somerset & Dorset Railway: Extension to Shepton Mallet  Q\RUp/301  30 Nov 1863

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Hutton Gregory
Parishes: East Pennard, Evercreech, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Templecombe. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, Sections O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Bristol Docks: Improvements of River Avon and New Entrance and Locks at Cumberland Basin.  Q\RUp/302  26 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: Thomas Howard
Parishes: Long Ashton, Abbots Leigh. Lords of Manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Gas Works: Enlargement of Works and Railway/Tramway to Midland Railway, Extension of Mains to Bathford.  Q\RUp/303  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Weston, Twerton, Bathampton, Bathford.
Lords of manor stated, then crossed out.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Brean Down Harbour Railway  Q\RUp/304  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Brean, Bleadon
Lords of manor stated
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Watchet and Minehead Railway.  Q\RUp/305  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: R.P. Brereton
Parishes: St. Decumans, Old Cleeve, Withycombe, Carhampton, Dunster, Minehead. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, Sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol and Exeter Railway (Enlarged stations)  Q\RUp/306  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Hutton (Weston super mare), Bridgwater.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Water Works Extension  Q\RUp/307  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: James Simpson
Parishes: Nailsea, Chelvey, Brockley, Backwell, Flax Bourton, Long Ashton, Barrow Gurney, Bedminster. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

East Somerset and Cheddary Valley, Junction Railway  Q\RUp/308  30 Nov 1864

[n.b. plans badly torn]

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parish: Wells St. Cuthbert
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

East Somerset Extension Railway  Q\RUp/309  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Parishes: Doulting, East Cranmore, Stoke Lane, Leigh upon Mendip, Mells, Babington, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Chilcompton, Binegar.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Radstock and Bath Railway  Q\RUp/310  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Parishes: Radstock, Writhlington, Camerton, Wellow, South Stoke, Charterhouse, Mon(c)kton Combe, Bathwick. Lords of manor stated
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Beaminster Railway  Q\RUp/311  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineer: Capt.L. Flower
Parishes: Misterton, Crewkerne, Seaborough. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

North Bristol and Somerset Railway  Q\RUp/312  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Further Extensions.
Engineer: B. Piercy
Parishes: Farrington Gurney, Ston Easton, Binegar, Emborough, St. Cuthbert Wells, Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Doulting, Evercreech, East Pennard, Chilcompton, Ashwick, Midsomer Norton, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Stoke Lane, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Babington, Radstock. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map and book of reference.
N.B. Book of reference - misprint Railway No.3, pg.A2 - for Somerset Middlesex is printed'

Burnham Tidal Harbour  Q\RUp/313  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineers: C.H. Gregory, F.G. Slessor
Parishes: Huntspill, Burnham. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Lyme Regis Junction Railway  Q\RUp/314  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineers: W.A. D'Arcy. A.D. Johnstone
Somerset Parish: Chard. Lord of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

North Somerset Railway. Bristol and Bath Lines  Q\RUp/315  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineers: B. Piercy. J.G. Fraser
Parishes: High Littleton, Timsbury, Priston, Newton St. Loe, Twerton, Weston. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Lyme Regis and Chard Road Railway  Q\RUp/316  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Engineers: W.A. D'Arcy. A.D. Johnstone
Somerset Parish: Chard. Lord of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of Application for Act.

Highbridge Markets and Gas.  Q\RUp/317  30 Nov 1864

Contents:
Parishes: Highbridge, Huntspill
Plans. Book of reference. Notice of Application for Act.
N.B. Plans handdrawn and colour washed.

Bristol and North Somerset Railway. Southern Extension (amended plans)  Q\RUp/318  22 March 1865

Contents:
Engineers: B. Piercy. J.G. Fraser
Parishes: Farrington Gurney, Ston Easton, Binegar, Emborough, St. Cuthbert Wells, Dinder, Croscombe, Pilton, Shepton Mallet, Doulting, Evercreech, East Pennard, Chilcompton, Ashwick, Midsomer Norton, Stratton on the Fosse, Stoke Lane, Holcombe, Kilmersdon, Babington, Radstock. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections. Book of reference. (Amended by order of the House of Commons)

Bath Corporation Water and Sanitary and Other Improvements  Q\RUp/319  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: Alfred Mitchell
Parishes: Swainswick, Batheaston, St. Catherine, St. Michael(Bath), Walcot, Bathwick, Weston, Twerton, Charlcombe. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, map of city. Book of Reference. Notice of Application for Act.

Brean Down Docks and River Axe Ferry Roadway.  Q\RUp/320  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineers: Lomax and Hay
Parishes: Uphill, Brean. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections. Book of reference. Notice of Application for Act.

Devon and Somerset Railway. Extensions and Deviations  Q\RUp/321  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: E. Birch
Somerset Parishes: Wiveliscombe, Milverton, Bathealton, Chipstable, Kittisford, Stawley, Ashbrittle, Brushford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act. Act of Parliament (18 May 1866)

Bristol and Exeter Railway. Extension to Bridgwater Docks.  Q\RUp/322  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parish: Bridgwater. Lord of manor stated.
Plans, sections, small O.S. 1" map. Book of Reference. Notice of Application for Act.

Castle Cary and Langport Railway  Q\RUp/323  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: R.J. Ward
Parishes: Ansford, Castle Cary, Alford, North Barrow, Babcary, West Camel, Charlton Mackrell, Podimore, Kingsdon, Somerton, Long Sutton, Muchelney, Huish Episcopi. Some Lords of Manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, Book of Reference.

Great Western Railway. Further Powers  Q\RUp/324  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
New Railways and Additional lands.
Engineers: John Fowler. M. Lane.
Somerset Parishes: Mells, Leigh upon Mendip, Babington, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stratton on the Fosse, Ashwick, Chilcompton. Some Lords of Manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps. Book of Reference. Notice of application for Act.
N.B. Application includes Wales, Forest of Dean, Worcester, Oxford, London, Reading, Twyford, Gloucester, Stratford upon Avon, etc.

Bristol & Portishead Pier and Railway - New Works  Q\RUp/325  30 Nov 1865

N.B. plans and sections badly torn.

Contents:
Engineers: McLean, Styleman, H. Barlow.
Parishes: Portishead, Portbury. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, Book of Reference, Notice of application for Act.

Clevedon & Portishead Railway  Q\RUp/326  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineers: Mc. Lean and Styleman
Parishes: Clevedon, Walton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano, Portishead. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Somerset & Dorset Railway. Alteration of bridge at Highbridge and Additional Lands  Q\RUp/327  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: F.G. Slessor
Parishes: Burnham, Shapwick, Glastonbury, Wincanton, Templecombe. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Andover, Radstock and Bristol Railway.  Q\RUp/328  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineers: John F. Tone, Arrott Browning.
Parishes (Somerset): Tellisford, Road, Farley, Laverton, Woolverton, Hemington, Wellow, Foxcote, Writhlington, Camerton, Radstock. Lords of manor mostly stated.
Plans, Sections, O.S. 1" map. 2 Books of Reference, Notices of Application for Act.

Bridgwater Railway  Q\RUp/329  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineers: Charles Hutton Gregory, F.C. Slessor
Parishes: Bridgwater, Wembdon, Bawdrip, Cossington, Chilton Polden (called Chilton-super-Polden), Edington, Catcott, Shapwick. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Bristol & North Somerset Railway, Deviation.  Q\RUp/330  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: John F. Tone
Parishes: Radstock, Camerton, Writhlington. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of Reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & North Somerset Railway  Q\RUp/331  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Southern Extension.
Engineer: John F. Tone
Parishes: Farrington Gurney, Chewton Mendip, Binegar, Chilcompton, Midsomer Norton, Emberrow, Ashwick, Shepton Mallet, Evercreech, Doulting, Milton Clevedon, Lamyatt, Bruton, Stratton on the Fosse, Stoke St. Michael, Holcombe, Leigh upon Mendip, Kilmersdon, Mells, Babington. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, Book of reference, Notice of application for Act.

Salisbury and Yeovil Railway, new Junction Line at Templecome  Q\RUp/332  30 Nov 1865

Contents:
Engineer: J.G. Fraser
Parishes: Templecombe, Horsington.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Devon and Somerset Railway, proposed deviations.  Q\RUp/333  29 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: E. Birch
Parishes: Wiveliscombe, Milverton, Bathealton, Chipstable, Brushford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1! map. Book of reference. Notice of application for Act.

Midland Railway. Additional Powers, widening of Chapel Row, Bath.  Q\RUp/334  30 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: J.S. Crossley
Parish: Walcot
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.
N.B. Plan included destruction of St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel.

Bristol & Exeter Railway (Further Powers)  Q\RUp/335  30 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Cheddar, Congresbury, Axbridge, Ashill, Puriton, Chilton Trinity.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western & Bristol & North Somerset Railways (New lines)  Q\RUp/336  30 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: John F. Tone.
Parishes: Mells, Leigh upon Mendip, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stoke Lane, Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Chilcompton, Emberrow, Binegar, Ston Easton, Chewton Mendip, Farrington Gurney, Radstock. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway, various Powers.  Q\RUp/337  30 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: M. Lane.
Parishes: in Somerset - Mells, Leigh upon Mendip, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stoke Lane, Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Chilcompton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.
N.B. various areas, incl. Newport, Merthyr, Cardiff, Coleford.

Somerset and Dorset Railway. Northern Extension.  Q\RUp/338  30 Nov 1866

Contents:
Engineer: F.G. Slessor
Parishes: Bruton, Lamyatt, Milton Clevedon, Evercreech, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Pilton, Croscombe, Dinder, Wells St. Cuthbert, Binegar, Emborough, Ston Easton, Farrington Gurney. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol and Exeter Railway (Additional Lands)  Q\RUp/339  30 Nov 1867

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parish: Ruishton
Plan, Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Glastonbury and Street Tramway  Q\RUp/340  30 Nov 1867

Contents:
Engineer: Hamilton H. Fulton
Parishes: Glastonbury and Street. Lords of manor stated.
Plan, Section, Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Mendip Mineral Railway  Q\RUp/341  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: missing

Bristol and North Somerset Railway, deviation railway at Radstock  Q\RUp/342  30 Nov 1869

Contents:
Engineer: William Clarke
Parishes: Radstock, Midsomer Norton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Yeovil Waterworks, Improvements and Supply, Market Place and street improvements.  Q\RUp/343  30 Nov 1869

Contents:
Engineers: Thos. & Chas. Hawksley
Parishes: Barwick, Yeovil
Plans and section of Water Works and supply, Market and corner of London and Newton roads. Books of reference (1 for water, 1 for Market Place). 2 Notices of application for Prov. Order.

[Yeovil Gas & Coke Co.]  Q\RUp/343a  29 Nov 1869

Contents:
Plan and schedule of premises to be purchased in Middle St. Notice of application for Act for the Incorporation of the Company and other matters. (Tithe numbers of premises to be purchased stated).
[Found rolled in Q/RUp 343]

Bath Waterworks extension (supply of water)  Q\RUp/344  30 Nov 1869

Contents:
Engineer: Alfred Mitchell
Parishes: Swainswick, Batheaston, Batheaston-Chapelry of St. Catherine, Marshfield, Cold Ashton, Bathwick, Walcot, Charlcombe. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Port and Channel Docks  Q\RUp/345  30 Nov 1869

Contents:
Engineer: James Brunlees
Parishes: Easton in Gordano, Westbury on Trym. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, Book of Reference, Notice of application for Act.

Frome Waterworks.  Q\RUp/346  29 Nov 1870

[n.b. plan & section badly torn]

Contents:
Engineer: E. Birch
Parishes: Frome, Rodden
Plan, section, notice of application for act.

Minehead Railway  Q\RUp/347  30 Nov 1870

[n.b. plans and sections v. badly torn]

Contents:
Engineer: William Dennis
Parishes: St. Decumans, Old Cleeve, Carhampton, Dunster, Minehead.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Taunton Gas Light & Coke Company (Proposed Re-arrangement)  Q\RUp/348  30 Nov 1870

Contents:
Parish: Taunton, St. Mary's.
Plans of premises and of district showing parishes supplied by the Company, and new mains. Notice of application for Provisional Order.

Somerset & Dorset Railway (Extn. to Midland Railway at Bath)  Q\RUp/349  30 Nov 1870

Contents:
Engineer: W.H. Barlow
Parishes: Evercreech, Doulting, Shepton Mallet, Pilton, Croscombe, Dinder, Wells, Binegar, Emborrow, Midsomer Norton, Chilcompton, Radstock, Camerton, Writhlington, Foxcote, Wellow, Hinton Charterhouse, South Stoke, Monkton Combe, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Twerton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Wells Water Works  Q\RUp/350  30 Nov 1870

Contents:
Engineers: R.J. Ward, W.D. Coke
Parishes: Milton, Walcombe, Wells.
Plans, sections, notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater Water Works  Q\RUp/351  30 Nov 1870

Contents:
Engineers: Chas. Nixon, John Anstie
Parishes: Nether Stowey, Spaxton, Charlinch, Cannington, Wembdon, Bridgwater. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Exeter Railway, Crossing of Somerset & Dorset Railway at Wells and Additional Lands, etc.  Q\RUp/352  30 Nov 1870

[n.b. badly torn plans and sections]

Contents:
Parish: Wells.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Portishead Pier and Railway, Portishead Docks.  Q\RUp/353  30 Nov 1870

Contents:
Engineers: McLean and Stileman
Parishes: Portbury, Portishead
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Exeter Railway Petition for Additional Lands, Deviation of Roads, Bridgwater.  Q\RUp/354  30 Jan 1871

Contents:
Parish: St. Johns (Bridgwater)
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Minehead Railway, Turnpike Roads at Watchet.  Q\RUp/355  31 March 1871

Contents:
Plan of Watchet (extra plan). Act of Parliament.
n.b. map is in v. poor condition.

Wells Water Works  Q\RUp/356  28 Nov 1871

Contents:
Engineers: R.J. Ward, W.L. Coke
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, notice of application for Act.

Devon & Somerset Railway (Additional Lands)  Q\RUp/357  29 Nov 1871

Contents:
Engineer: Richard Hassard
Parishes in W. Somerset: Milverton, Wiveliscombe, Bathealton, Chipstable, Brushford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of Application for Act.

Midsomer Norton Gas & Coke Co. Enlargement.  Q\RUp/358  30 Nov 1872

Contents:
Parish: Midsomer Norton
Plan, section, O.S. 1" map, notice of application for Act.
n.b. Plan shows gas works next to Primrose Lane, Midsomer Norton, O.S. map shows area supplied by Co.

Somerset & Dorset Railway Junction with Bristol & Exeter Railway at Wells, Mineral Lines, Nettlebridge Valley, Radstock to Camerton, etc.  Q\RUp/359  30 Nov 1872

Contents:
Engineer: F.G. Slessor
Parishes: Wells, Binegar, Chilcompton, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Paulton, High Littleton, Timsbury, Camerton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Great Western Railway, Railway from Stourbridge to Kidderminster and other Railways and Deviations and Additional Lands.  Q\RUp/360  30 Nov 1872

Contents:
Engineers: W.G. Owen and Edward Wilson
Parishes in Somerset: Widcombe, Lyncombe.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.
N.B. Other areas include London, Wrexham, Bristol, Middlesex, Glamorgan, Carmarthen, Birmingham, etc.

Nettlebridge Valley Railway  Q\RUp/361  30 Nov 1872

Contents:
Engineer: W. M. Clarke
Parishes: Mells, Leigh upon Mendip, Babington, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stoke Lane, Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Chilcompton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol, Winford and Chew Valley Railway  Q\RUp/362  30 Nov 1862

Contents:
Engineer: John Anstiel
Parishes: Bedminster, Long Ashton, Dundry, Barrow Gurney, Winford, Chew Stoke, Compton Martin, West Harptree, East Harptree, Litton Chewton Mendip.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol, North Somerset Railway (Camerton Branch)  Q\RUp/363  30 Nov 1872

Contents:
Engineer: Wm. Clarke
Parishes: High Littleton, Paulton, Timsbury, Camerton, Pensford, Publow, Stanton Drew. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Frome Market  Q\RUp/364  28 Nov 1873

Contents:
Plan of Market site, Bridge St., Frome.
Plan, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol, Winford & Chew Magna Railway.  Q\RUp/365  29 Nov 1873

Contents:
Engineer: John Anstie
Parishes: Bedminster, Long Ashton, Dundry, Barrow Gurney, Winford, Chew Stoke, Chew Magna, Blagdon (Tithing of Regilbury), Nempnett.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Nettlebridge Valley Railway.  Q\RUp/366  29 Nov 1873

Contents:
Engineer: Wm. Clarke
Parishes: Mells, Leigh upon Mendip, Babington, Kilmersdon, Holcombe, Stoke Lane, Stratton on the Fosse, Midsomer Norton, Ashwick, Chilcompton, Binegar.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Gas Works  Q\RUp/367  28 Nov 1874

Contents:
(New lands, gas to)
Parish: Weston, Twerton
Plan, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Frome Local Board Water Works  Q\RUp/368  30 Nov 1874

Contents:
Engineer: Henry Tomlinson
Parish: Frome Selwood
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Exeter Railway, Loop line at Weston super Mare, and Deviations of Exe Valley Railway.  Q\RUp/369  30 Nov 1874

Contents:
Engineer: Francis Fox.
Somerset Parishes: Worle, Kewstoke, Weston super Mare, Uphill. Lords of manor stated.
(Act intends to abandon existing lines)
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Portishead District Water Works  Q\RUp/370  30 Nov 1874

Contents:
Engineers: Russ & Minns
Parishes: Wraxall, Portbury. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, section (for tunnel), book of reference, notice of application for Act. (Dissolution and Re-Incorporation of Co.)

Great Western Railway, new Roads and Stopping up of roads and footpaths, etc.  Q\RUp/371  30 Nov 1874

Contents:
Somerset Parishes: Frome Selwood, Marston Bigot, Elm.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater Railway, (Construction of railway from Somerset & Dorset Railway at Edington to Bridgwater, with branches)  Q\RUp/372  30 Nov 1874

Contents:
Engineers: W.Bell, R.J.Ward
Parishes: Edington, Chilton Polden, Cossington, Woolavington, Bawdrip, Bridgwater. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, Sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Shepton Mallet Water Works (new supply)  Q\RUp/373  29 Nov 1875

Contents:
Engineers: R.J.Ward, W.Bell
Parish: Shepton Mallet
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Burnham Tidal Harbour (Further Powers)  Q\RUp/374  30 Nov 1875

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Fox
Parishes: Burnham, Huntspill
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway, Deviation of Camerton Branch Railway  Q\RUp/375  30 Nov 1875

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, W.G.Owen
Parishes: Timsbury, Camerton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater Corporation Water Works (Supply)  Q\RUp/376  29 Nov 1876

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C. Hawksley.
Parishes: Cannington, Spaxton, Charlinch, Wembdon, Bridgwater.
Plans, sections, (incl. detailed map of Bridgwater Town). Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway (Various Powers)  Q\RUp/377  30 Nov 1876

Contents:
Engineer: William Jacombe
Parish, Somerset: Templecombe
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Portishead Pier & Railway (Further Powers)  Q\RUp/378  30 Nov 1876

Contents:
Engineer: Frank C.Stileman
Parishes: Portishead, Portbury, Easton in Gordano.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway (Additional lands)  Q\RUp/379  30 Nov 1876

Contents:
Engineer: W.G.Owen
Parish: Mells, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Brislington.
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Barle Valley Railway  Q\RUp/380  Date of deposit not stated or signed. (1877)

N.B. plans and sections v. badly torn.

Contents:
Engineer: John H. Miles
Parish: Dulverton, Winsford, Hawkridge, Withypool
Plans, sections, book of reference, Memorial to Company from Landowners, owners of property (unsigned).

Bristol & Portishead Pier & Railway (Junction Lines)  Q\RUp/381  30 Nov 1877

Contents:
Engineer: Frank C.Stileman
Parishes: Long Ashton, Bedminster. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Corporation. Purchase of the Bath Common or Freemens Estate.  Q\RUp/382  28 Nov 1878

Contents:
Surveyors: Cottrell & Spackman
Parish: Walcot, Victoria Park[now Royal Victoria Park & High Common]
Lord of manor stated.
Plan, Book of reference, notice of application for Act.
N.B. compulsary purchase of land, houses, yards, and estate, bounded by Upper Bristol Road, Marlborough Lane, Weston Road, Park Lane and Sion Hill, Cavendish Place also Royal Avenue and Lawn. Public footpaths indicated.

Bridport Railway. Extension to Bridport Harbour and Chard Road.  Q\RUp/383  30 Nov 1878

Contents:
Engineer: James R. Shopland
Somerset Parish: Chard
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Chew Magna Works  Q\RUp/384  27 Nov 1879

Contents:
Parish: Chew Magna
Ground Plan, Notice of application for Provisional Order.

Bristol Cemetery (enlargement)  Q\RUp/385  28 Nov 1879

Contents:
Surveyors: P.Munroe & Sons
Parish: Bedminster.
Plan of land (addition to Arno's Cemetery), book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway (Various Powers)  Q\RUp/386  29 Nov 1879

Contents:
Engineer: William Jacomb
Somerset Parish: Glastonbury
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Portishead Pier & Railway (additional land)  Q\RUp/387  29 Nov 1879

N.B. plan and section badly torn

Contents:
Engineer: F.C.Styleman
Parish: Portishead Lord of manor stated
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Tramway  Q\RUp/388  29 Nov 1879

Contents:
Engineers: J.Kincaid, E.Perrett
Plans, sections (important buildings listed), notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway (Various Powers)  Q\RUp/389  29 Nov 1880

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, W.G.Owen
Somerset Parishes: Frome Selwood, Worle
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater Railway  Q\RUp/390  30 Nov 1880

Contents:
Engineer: J/Kincaid
Parishes: Edington, Chilton Polden, cossington, Woolavington, Bawdrip, Bridgwater, Wembdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol & Portishead Pier and Railway (Various Powers)  Q\RUp/391  30 Nov 1880

Contents:
Engineer: Frank C.Stileman
Parish: Bedminster
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Tramway  Q\RUp/392  29 Nov 1881

Contents:
Engineers: J.Gurdon, L.Stephenson
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections (Some buildings listed), Application to Board of Trade.

Somerton Junction Railway  Q\RUp/393  30 Nov 1881

Contents:
Engineer: John Anstie
Parishes: Huish Episcopi, Muchelney, Long Sutton, Somerton, Kingsdon, Charlton Mackrell, Charlton Adam, Babcary, East Lydford, Wheathill, Lovington, Castle Cary, Ansford, Lamyatt, Ditcheat, Evercreech.
Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Radstock, Wrington & Congresbury Junction Railway.  Q\RUp/394  30 Nov 1881

Contents:
Engineer: R.Price Williams
Parishes: Farrington Gurney, Ston Easton, Litton, Chewton Mendip, Emborrow, East Harptree, West Harptree, Compton Martin, Ubley, Blagdon, Burrington, Wrington, Churchill, Congresbury.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Taunton Tramways  Q\RUp/395  [30 Nov 1881]

Contents:
Engineers: J.Gurdon, L.Stephenson
Parish: Taunton
Plans, sections, notice of application to Board of Trade

Bridgwater Railway  Q\RUp/396  30 Nov 1881

Contents:
Engineers: Wells-Owen & Elwes
Parishes: Edington, Chilton Polden, Cossington, Woolavington, Bawdrip, Bridgwater, Wembdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Water(proposed new works & additional lands)  Q\RUp/397  30 Nov 1881

Contents:
Parishes: Chewton Mendip, Litton, East Harptree, Stowey, Chew Magna, Stanton Drew, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Brislington, Bedminster, Barrow Gurney, Long Ashton, Winford, Dundry, Chelvey, Emborrow. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway  Q\RUp/398  30 Nov 1881

Contents:
Engineers: Galbraith & Church, William Jacomb
Parishes in Somerset: Templecombe, Horsington, North Cheriton, Maperton, Wincanton, Charlton Musgrave, Shepton Montague, Pitcombe, Bruton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Electric Lighting Co.  Q\RUp/399  29 Nov 1882

Contents:
Map of City of Bristol with references. (Reduced copy of Ashmeads Map of Bristol, 1882) Notice of Application to Board of Trade to supply electric light to city and county of Bristol.

Weston-Super-Mare Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/400  29 Nov 1882

Contents:
Parish: Weston-super-Mare
O.S. 1" map sheet 20. Notice of application to Board of Trade.
Weston-super-Mare Gazette, 25 Nov. 1882.

Bath Local Authority Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/401  30 Nov 1882

Contents:
Map of Bath, dated 1852, surveyed by J.C. Cotterell, Notice of Application to Board of Trade.

Bristol & London & South Western Junction Railway  Q\RUp/402  30 Nov 1882

Contents:
Engineer: Joseph Kincaid
Parishes: Beckington, Hardington, Road cum Wolverton, Lullington, Laverton, Hemington, Wellow, Foxcote, Writhlington, Camerton, Radstock, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, High Littleton, Clutton, Chelwood, Publow, Stanton Drew, Norton Malreward, Whitchurch, Brislington. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway. Various Powers  Q\RUp/403  30 Nov 1882

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, W.G.Owen
Parishes: Somerset - Huish Episcopi, Muchelney, Long Sutton, Somerton, Kingsdon, Charlton Mackrell, Podimore, West Camel, Babcary, North Barrow, Alford, Castle Cary, Ansford, Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Hull. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater & Watchet Railway  Q\RUp/404  30 Nov 1882

Contents:
Engineers: Wells-Owen & Elves
Parishes: Wembdon, Bridgwater, Durleigh, Cannington, Charlinch, Spaxton, Nether Stowey, Over Stowey, Stogursey, Lilstock, Kilton, Kilve, East Quantoxhead, West Quantoxhead, St.Decuman's, Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Portishead District Water  Q\RUp/405  30 Nov 1882

Contents:
Engineer: Charles Minns
Parishes: Portbury, Portishead
Plans, sections, (reservoir and aquaduct). Book of reference, notice of Application for Act.

Bridgwater & Watchet Railway  Q\RUp/406  8 May 1883

Contents:
Alteration of works near Stogursey.
Parish: Stogursey
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Western Super Mare, Grand Pier  Q\RUp/407  28 Nov 1883

Contents:
Engineers: Brunlees, McKerrow, P.Munro & Son.
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of Application for Act.

Frome Gas, new works and additional capital.  Q\RUp/408  30 Nov 1883

Contents:
Parish: Frome Selwood
Plan of Gas Works, O.S. 1" map(nr.River by North Somerset Railway, Welsh Mill line). Notice of application to Board of Trade)

London & South Western Railway(including widening of S & D Railway)  Q\RUp/409  30 Nov 1883

Contents:
Engineer: William Jacomb
Parishes in Somerset: Binegar, Emborrow, Midsomer Norton, Chilcompton, Radstock, Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway, Additional Lands at Taunton.  Q\RUp/410  30 Nov 1883

N.B. plans and sections, torn.

Contents:
Engineers: John Fowler, W.G.Owen
Parish: Taunton St.James.
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway, widening of bridge over Avon, conversion of tunnel,etc.  Q\RUp/411  29 Nov 1884

Contents:
Engineers; John Fowler, W.G.Owen
Parish: Brislington
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare, Clevedon & Portishead Tramways.  Q\RUp/412  29 Nov 1884

Contents:
Engineer: Frank C.Stileman
Parishes: Weston super Mare, Kewstoke, Worle, Wick St. Lawrence, Kingston Seymour, Clevedon, Walton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano, Portishead.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare, Clevedon & Portishead Tramways (Alteration of Tramway No.2)  Q\RUp/413  17 April 1885

Contents:
Engineer: Frank C.Stileman
Parishes: Walton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano, Portishead.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application to amend Act.

Twerton on Avon Water  Q\RUp/414  27 Nov 1885

Contents:
Engineer: Dudley and De Salis
Parish: Twerton, Padley Bottom
Plans, sections, notice of application to Board of Trade

Bristol (Totterdown) Bridge  Q\RUp/415  28 Nov 1885

Contents:
Engineer: Fredk.Ashmead
Parish:(in Somerset) Bedminster
Plan, section (plan is detailed, shows roads, buildings, etc.)
Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway(Additional lands etc)  Q\RUp/416  30 Nov 1885

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Lancaster Owen
Parish(in Somerset): Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Acts.

Cardiff, Avonmouth & Burnham Railway - Steamers Company- Works at Avonmouth & Burnham  Q\RUp/417  30 Nov 1885

Contents:
Engineer: John Ward Girdlestone
Parishes: Easton in Gordano, Burnham
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Corporation Docks  Q\RUp/418  30 Nov 1885

Contents:
Engineer:John Ward Girdlestone
Parish: Easton in Gordano
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Improvement (additional land by reservoir)  Q\RUp/419  30 Nov 1886

Contents:
Parishes: Weston Super Mare, Kewstoke
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Chew Valley Tramway  Q\RUp/420  30 Nov 1886

Contents:
Engineer: T.J. Scoones
Parishes: Stanton Drew, Norton Malreward, Chew Magna, Chew Stoke, Winford. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Tramway  Q\RUp/421  30 Nov 1886

Contents:
Engineers: J. Gurdon, L. Stephenson, Thomas James Scoones
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, notice of application to Board of Trade.

North East Somerset Water  Q\RUp/422  30 Nov 1886

Contents:
Engineers: Edward Easton & Co., A.W. Goulter.
Parish: Keynsham
Plan, section (Waterworks and reservoir). Book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway (New lands in Taunton, etc.)  Q\RUp/423  30 Nov 1887

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Gowler, Lancaster Owen
Parishes in Somerset: Bathwick, Taunton St. James.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Water, new works, etc.  Q\RUp/424  30 Nov 1887

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C. Hawksley
Parishes: Blagdon, Burrington, Wrington, Churchill, Congresbury, Yatton, Brockley, Chelvey, Backwell, Flax Bourton, Long Ashton, Barrow Gurney, Dundry, Winford. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Clevedon Pier, new Pier head and buildings.  Q\RUp/425  30 Nov 1887

Contents:
Engineer: Joel Lean, J. Wharton Metcalf
Parish: Clevedon
Plans, sections, O.S. 6" to mile sheet 4 NE. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Brean Down Harbour and Railway  Q\RUp/426  29 Nov 1888

Contents:
Engineers: V.A. Lawson, C. Minns
Parishes: Brean, Berrow, Lympsham, South Brent.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Water, New Works, Yeo Reservoir, etc.  Q\RUp/427  30 Nov 1888

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C. Hawksley
Parishes: Churchill, Burrington, Wrington, Blagdon, Butcombe, Ubley, Nempnett Thrubwell, Compton Martin, Chew Stoke, Barrow Gurney, Long Ashton. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare, Marine Lake  Q\RUp/428  30 Nov 1888

Contents:
Engineer: John S. Whittington
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application for Act.
N.B. roads and some buildings named.

Great Western Railway, additional land at Brislington.  Q\RUp/429  30 Nov 1888

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Lancaster Owen
Parish: Brislington
Plan, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare, Marine Lake  Q\RUp/430  27 May 1889

Contents:
Engineer: John S. Whittington
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plan, section. [N.B. roads and some buildings recorded.]

Brean Down Harbour and Railway (amended)  Q\RUp/431  24 July 1889

Contents:
Parish: Brean
Plan, section.

Bristol Floods Prevention  Q\RUp/432  29 Nov 1889

Contents:
Engineer: Francis Fox
Parish in Somerset: Bedminster
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Docks & Railways  Q\RUp/433  29 Nov 1889

Contents:
Engineer: John Ward Girdlestone
Parish in Somerset: Bedminster.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway (Various Powers)  Q\RUp/434  29 Nov 1889

Contents:
Engineers: W.R. Galbraith, E. Andrews
Parishes in Somerset: Shepton Mallet, Croscombe, Dinder, Wells, Binegar.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/435  30 Nov 1889

[n.b. map torn]

Contents:
Parish: Bedminster
Application of Bristol House to House Comapny.
Lavar's enlarged map of Bristol and environs, with proposed area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade, copy of Bristol Mercury, 23 Nov. 1889.

Bristol Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/436  30 Nov 1889

Contents:
Application of the Brush Engineering Company.
Notice of application to Board of Trade, O.S. 1" map, with proposed area of supply.

Bath Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/437  21 Feb 1890

Contents:
Post Office Directory Map of Bath, 1887, showing areas where supply is compulsory and areas where supply is permissive. Key to map indicates place of worship, hospitals, schools and public buildings.

Weston Super Mare electric lighting  Q\RUp/438  26 Nov 1890

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parish: Weston-Super-Mare
Plan.
Notice of application for order.

Clevedon: new pier head  Q\RUp/439  28 Nov 1890

Contents:
Engineer: George Neill Abernethy
Parish: Clevedon
Plan, sections.
Book of reference.
Notice of application for order.

Bristol cemetery (acquisition of additional land)  Q\RUp/440  29 Nov 1890

Contents:
Surveyors: P. Munro and Son
Parish: Bedminster
Plan
Book of reference.
Notice of application for order.

Bristol tramways (extensions)  Q\RUp/441  29 Nov 1890

Contents:
Engineer: J. Kincaid
Parishes: Bedminster, Bristol
Plans, sections.
Notice of application for order.

London and South Western Railway  Q\RUp/442  29 Nov 1890

Contents:
(widening of Somerset and Dorset Railway between Radstock and Combe Down).
Engineers: W.R. Galbraith; E. Andrews
Parishes: Radstock, Camerton, Writhlington, Wellow, South Stoke, Monkton Combe
Plans, sections
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.

Map showing area of Minehead Local Government District  Q\RUp/443  29 April 1891

Contents:
Place: Minehead
Map (composite 1st ed. 25" O.S. map)
Confirming Order.

Glastonbury Gas and Coke Company Ltd.  Q\RUp/444  27 Nov 1891

Contents:
(Extension of supply)
Surveyors: Budd and Spine
Places: Glastonbury, Street
Map, plan.
Notice of application for order.

Somerton, Keinton Mandeville, Castle Cary and Evercreech tramways.  Q\RUp/445  28 Nov 1891

Contents:
Engineer: F.W. Gardiner
Parishes: Somerton, Charlton Mackrell, Kingweston, Keinton Mandeville, West Lydford, East Lydford, Wheathill, Lovington, Alford, Castle Cary, Ansford, Ditcheat, Lamyatt, Evercreech, Butleigh.
Plans, sections.
Notice of application for order.

Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon, and Portishead tramways  Q\RUp/446  30 Nov 1891

Contents:
Engineer: Frank Stileman
Parishes: Weston-super-Mare, Kewstoke, Worle, Wick St.Lawrence, Kingston Seymour, Clevedon, Walton-in-Gordano, Weston-in-Gordano, Portishead.
Plans, sections.
Book of reference
Notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway (various works)  Q\RUp/447  30 Nov 1891

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Louis Trench.
Parishes: Taunton, Bath, Bradford-on-Tone, Wellington, Bedminster.
Plans, sections, 1" O.S. map.
Book of reference
Notice of application for act.

Somerton, Keinton, Castle Cary & Evercreech Tramway (amended plans)  Q\RUp/448  21 April 1892

Contents:
Plans (one copy only lodged), sections, no book of reference, no application for Act.

Taunton Electric Lighting.  Q\RUp/449  28 July 1892

Contents:
Plan with Borough boundaries highlighted, O.S. 6" sheet 70 NE and 70 SE

Portishead, Local Government District  Q\RUp/450  no date

Contents:
Plan based on 1st Ed. O.S. 6" sheets, showing proposed Local Government District Areas. Confirming Order.

Weston Super Mare Grand Pier  Q\RUp/451  28 Nov 1892

Contents:
Engineer: Sir George Barclay Bruce
Parish: Weston-Super-Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Portishead Gas Company (Further Powers)  Q\RUp/452  28 Nov 1892

Contents:
Parishes: Portbury, Clapton, Easton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano.
Plans, sections O.S. 1" map (sheet 264).
N.B. O.S. map shows area already supplied, coloured red; area to be supplied, coloured green.

Bristol Corporation (Avonmouth Dock Extension, etc)  Q\RUp/453  29 Nov 1892

Contents:
Parishes: Easton in Gordano, Long Ashton.
Plans, sections, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railways, Additional Lands at Glastonbury  Q\RUp/454  30 Nov 1892

Contents:
Engineers: W.R.Galbraith, E.Andrews.
Parish: Glastonbury
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Taunton Corporation Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/455  30 Nov 1892

Contents:
Parishes: Taunton St.James and St.Mary, Bishops Hull, Wilton, Staplegrove.
O.S. 6" maps 70 NE 70 NW 70 SE 70 SW (1889) showing area of supply.

Extension of the Borough of Chard  Q\RUp/456  28 June 1893 (Frome)

Contents:
Parishes: Chard & Chard Borough
1890 O.S. 6" map with red 1889 (common) County Seal (map used at public inspection). Confirming Order, covering letter dated 3 Jan. 1893 signed.
N.B. Former Borough area coloured yellow, new borough area coloured red.

Bristol Tramways  Q\RUp/457  30 Nov 1893

Contents:
Engineer: Joseph Kincaid
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Street & Glastonbury, boundary changes.  Q\RUp/458  23 Feb 1894 (Frome)

Contents:
Parishes: Glastonbury and Street
1890 O.S. 6" maps 52 NE, NW, SE and SW, with red 1889 (common) County Seal (Map used at Street for public inspection). Confirming Order dated 19 Feb. 1894. Glastonbury outlined in blue, Street outlined in red. Original application 27 June 1893, witnessed by Members of Council.

Minehead, new Pier and Harbour  Q\RUp/459  28 Nov 1894

Contents:
Engineers: James B.Walton, John J.Webster
Parish: Minehead
Plan, section, some buildings noted, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bath Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/460  29 Nov 1894

Contents:
Streets already supplied marked in yellow, area of supply edged in red. O.S. 6" map (1887) reprinted 1891, sheet XIV SW. Notice of application to Board of Trade

Portishead Pier  Q\RUp/461  29 Nov 1894

Contents:
Engineers: Frank Stileman, R.Elliott-Cooper
Parish: Portishead
Plan, section, O.S. 1" map, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway(incl. lands at Radstock)  Q\RUp/462  30 Nov 1894

Contents:
Engineers: W.R.Galbraith, E. Andrews
Somerset Parish: Radstock
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Acts.

Somerton, Keinton Mandeville and Castle Cary Tramway (Deviations)  Q\RUp/463  30 Nov 1894

Contents:
Engineer: James B Walton
Parishes: Lovington, Alford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Taunton Borough. Proposed Extension  Q\RUp/464  30 Nov 1894

Contents:
2 O.S. 6" maps - Map 1) Boundary alterations with population Map 2) Ward alterations
Reference, representation and covering letter, signed.

Bridgwater Borough, Proposed extension and alteration to Wards.  Q\RUp/465  30 Nov 1894

Contents:
2 O.S. 6" maps - Map 1) Boundary alterations Map 2) Ward alterations
Reference, memorial, covering letter, signed.

Great Western Railway  Q\RUp/466  30 Nov 1894

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, bart, James C. Inglis
Parishes in Somerset: Stoke St. Gregory, Curry Rivel, Aller.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Taunton Borough (as extended)  Q\RUp/467  20 July 1895

Contents:
Deposited at Town Hall, 5 July 1895, confirming boundary changes, signed by Town Clerk 19 July 1895.
O.S. 6" map 70 SE

Chard Borough Extension  Q\RUp/468  27 July 1892

Contents:
O.S. 6" map (part of)
Composite 1/2500 map 91.4, 91.3 pt, 87.16 pt. showing boundary changes.

Dunster. Division into 2 Wards for election purposes (Parish Council)  Q\RUp/469  18 June 1894

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 35 NW & NE. Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee.

Monkton Coombe. Division into 2 Wards for election purposes (Parish Council).  Q\RUp/470  18 June 1894

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 14 SW. Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee concerning Divisions of Wards.

St. Cuthberts (Wells) Division into 2 Wards for election purposes (Parish Council)  Q\RUp/471  18 June 1894

Contents:
Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee. Composite O.S. 6" map.

St.Decumans. Division into 2 Wards for election purposes (Parish Council)  Q\RUp/472  18 June 1894

Contents:
Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee.
O.S. 6" sheet 36 SW.

Wedmore Parish. Division into 3 Wards for election purposes (Parish Council)  Q\RUp/473  18 June 1894

Contents:
Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee.
Composite sheet 1/2500.

Crewkerne. Local Government District  Q\RUp/474  19 Nov 1894

Contents:
Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee.
Composite O.S. 6" map.

Martock  Q\RUp/475  1 April 1895

Contents:
Order by Somerset County Council General Purposes Committee.
O.S. 6" map showing division of parish into three separate wards, with 1889 Common Seal. Includes correspondence concerning disputed boundary between Martock and Ash. Dated 31 Oct. 1901 and 1 Nov. 1901. Two copies. Produce plan 2.

Bath Electric Lighting, extension by Corporation  Q\RUp/476  27 Nov 1895

Contents:
O.S. 6" maps sheets 14 NE and SE. Application to Board of Trade (from London Gazette dated 22 Nov. 1895)

Bath Electric Lighting, Extension by Bath Electric Lighting & Engineering Co. Ltd.  Q\RUp/477  29 Nov 1895

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 14 NE and SE. Application to Board of Trade.

Wells Electric Lighting Corporation Scheme  Q\RUp/478  29 Nov 1895

Contents:
Production, storage and supply of electricity
Map 25" showing area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade. Part of London Gazette dated Nov. 12. 1895.

Weston Super Mare, Marine Lake and various works connected with sea front.(Urban District Council)  Q\RUp/479  30 Nov 1895

Contents:
Engineers: J. Wolfe Barry, Cuthbert A. Brereton
Parish: Weston super Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Pier extension (new jetty)  Q\RUp/480  30 Nov 1895

Contents:
Engineer: Sidney William Lockney
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, application to Board of Trade.

Weston Super Mare Urban District  Q\RUp/481  4 April 1894

Contents:
Division into Wards and inclusion of part of Uphill Parish.
O.S. 6" map with Somerset County Council Seal. S.C.C. Confirming Order.
Transferring Order, signed 5 Sept. 1894.

Weston Super Mare, Exclusion of detached lands Worle and Kewstoke.  Q\RUp/482  6 Feb 1896

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map.
Somerset County Council Confirming Order (General Purposes Cttee)
Correspondence about errors on map.

Yeovil Corporation Water: Intended Additional Waterworks  Q\RUp/483  24 March, 1896

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C. Hawksley
Parishes in Somerset: Barwick, Yeovil.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Burnham, enlargement of Parish  Q\RUp/484  2 April, 1896

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 25 SE (2 copies), 25" map with S.C.C. Seal.
Confirming Order, Somerset County Council. Transferring Order.

Bridgwater Borough  Q\RUp/485 (1 and 2)  29 July 1896

Contents:
O.S. 6" map composite sheet 50 NE NW SE SW showing town boundaries.
O.S. 6" composite sheet 50 NE NW SE SW showing Borough boundaries.

Highbridge Urban District  Q\RUp/486 (5 parts)  26 Sept 1896

Contents:
Pt.1 Composite map 25" 1st ed. O.S. 38. 3, 4, 5; 39. 1, 5 all parts. Showing area referred to in order.
Pt.2 Highbridge Urban Area 25" 1st ed. O.S. 38. 3, 4, 8 pts. and O.S. 6" composite.
Pt.3 Composite map O.S. 25" 38.3 & 4. Highbridge drains and tracing of 25" map West Huntspill sewers.
Pt.4 Proposed map boundary of area (not carried out)
Pt.5 O.S. 6" 25 SE and 38 NE composite O.S. 6" map showing proposed Urban District for Highbridge, Burnham Parishes, Burnham, Huntspill, and new houses.

Bristol Corporation Docks  Q\RUp/487  27 Nov 1896

Contents:
(Railways, opening bridges, new roads and wharves)
Parish in Somerset: Long Ashton
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act. N.B. Some buildings indicated.

Midland Railway. Additional lands at Bristol  Q\RUp/488  28 Nov 1896

Contents:
Engineer: J.A. Mc.Donald
Parish: Bedminster(South Bristol)
Plan, Schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Tramways  Q\RUp/489  30 Nov 1896

Contents:
Bath Road, Wells Road, Ashton Road, extensions.
Engineer: G.T.C. Edwards
Parishes in Somerset: Bedminster, Brislington.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare, Pier and Tramway  Q\RUp/490  30 Dec 1896

N.B. Plans and Sections badly torn

Contents:
Engineer: Cuthbert A. Brereton
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway(Bristol Lines)  Q\RUp/491  30 Nov 1896

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Bart. James C. Inglis
Parishes in Somerset: Bedminster, Long Ashton
Plans, Sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Wrington Light Railway  Q\RUp/492  10 Dec 1896

Contents:
Engineer: John Russell
Parish: Congresbury, Churchill, Wrington, Burrington, Blagdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application to Board of Trade. Estimate dated 8 Dec. 1896(2 copies). Order and Schedule.

Transfer of hamlet of Oakhill to Ashwick Parish.  Q\RUp/493  30 Jan 1897

1 map

badly damaged

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" maps (2 copies). Confirming Order by Somerset County Council.

Twerton Parish Division into 3 Wards for election purposes - Parish and Rural District Councils  Q\RUp/494  30 Jan 1897

Contents:
Composite O.S. 25" map 13.4, 8, 12, 16 and 14.5, 9, 13 showing boundaries, order by Somerset County Council.

Dulverton Parish Division into 2 Wards for Election purposes - Parish and Rural district Councils  Q\RUp/495  1 May 1897

Contents:
Composite O.S. 25" map 67.2, 3, 6, 7 pts. (map damaged) showing boundaries, order by Somerset County Council.

Taunton Light Railway  Q\RUp/496  29 May 1897

Contents:
Engineer: C.J. Wharton
Parish: Taunton
Plans, sections, O.S. 6" map 79 NE. Book of reference, Draft Order from Light Railways Commission. Notice of Application to Commission. Estimates.

Transfer of parts of Parishes of Compton Bishop and Cheddar to Axbridge.  Q\RUp/497  30 Aug 1897

Contents:
O.S. 25" 26.4 pt. showing additions. Confirming Order dated 20 Aug. 1897

Weston Super Mare Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/498  29 Nov 1897

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 60 SW & SE. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bridgwater Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/499  29 Nov 1897

Contents:
O.S. 25" maps(2 copies) 50.10, 11, 14, 15 all parts showing area of electrification.
Composite O.S. 6" map showing same. Letter from Bridgwater Town Clerk to Clerk of Peace, dated 9 Dec. 1897.

Great Western Railway - new works.  Q\RUp/500  30 Nov 1897

N.B. Plans and sections badly torn.

Contents:
(Line from Castle Cary to Durston Line)
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Bart. James C. Inglis
Parishes in Somerset: Ansford, Castle Cary, Wincanton, Shepton Mallet, Keinton Mandeville, Charlton Mackrell, Somerton, Long Sutton, High Ham, Huish Episcopi, Langport, Curry Rivel.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway- Additional lands in Bedminster and Banwell and other works in said parishes.  Q\RUp/501  30 Nov 1897

Contents:
Engineers: Sir John Fowler, Bart. James C Inglis
Parishes: Bedminster Without, Banwell
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Tramway Extension  Q\RUp/502  30 Nov 1897

Contents:
Engineer: George T.C. Edwards
Parishes in Somerset: Brislington, Bedminster
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Yeovil Corporation  Q\RUp/503  30 Nov 1897

Contents:
Construction of additional waterworks, purchase of Gas & Coke Co. and supply of gas, establish a generating station for electricity etc.
Engineers: T. & C. Hawksley
Parishes in somerset: Closworth, Barwick, Yeovil
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act. Act of Parliament dated 25 July 1898.

Burnham, Berrow and Brent Knoll Light Railway  Q\RUp/504  9 May 1898

Contents:
Engineers: W.H. Aitchinson, Charles T. Leech.
Parishes: Berrow, Brent Knoll, Burnham, Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order by Light Railways Commission.

Lynmouth and Minehead Light Railway  Q\RUp/505  26 May 1898

Contents:
Engineers: Sir James Szlumper, William Szlumper
Parishes in Somerset: Oare, Culbone, Porlock, Luccombe, Selworthy, Minehead. Road Authorities stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference. Draft order by L.R.C., estimate, contents of draft order.

Weston Super Mare. Electric Lighting Order  Q\RUp/506  28 Nov 1898

Contents:
(For supply of electricity)
Composite O.S.6" map showing area of Weston super Mare Urban area. Notice of application to Board of Trade. (From Weston super Mare and District Electric Light and Power syndicate)

Great Western Railway. Deviation of Castle Cary, Somerton & Langport proposed railway.  Q\RUp/507  29 Nov 1898

Contents:
Parishes: Charlton Mackrell, Somerton, Long Sutton, High Ham, Huish Episcopi, Langport, Curry Rivel.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Acts.

Weston Super Mare, Clevedon & Portishead Tramways (Light Railway Extension)  Q\RUp/508  29 Nov 1898

Contents:
Engineer: Frank Stileman
Parishes: Clevedon, Walton in Gordano, Weston in Gordano, North Weston, Portishead, Kewstoke, Weston Super Mare.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Glastonbury Water. (New waterworks and supply)  Q\RUp/509  29 Nov 1898

Contents:
Engineer: Charles E.Newton
Parishes: Glastonbury, Pilton, West Pennard, North Wootton.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

London & South Western Railway, additional lands at Crewkerne and Wayford.  Q\RUp/510  29 Nov 1898

Contents:
Parishes: West Crewkerne, Wayford
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Tramways, additional lines etc.  Q\RUp/511  30 Nov 1898

N.B. plans and sections badly torn

Contents:
Engineer: Cuthbert A.Brereton
Parish: Weston Super Mare.
(Very complete) plans, sections. O.S. 6" map composite, notice of application to board of Trade, diagram of proposed tramways ? 20".

Bridgwater Corporation, River Parrett improvements inc. construction of quay, a railway and new roads.  Q\RUp/512  30 Nov 1898

Contents:
Engineer: W.H.Wheeler
Parishes: Bridgwater, Bridgwater Without, Chilton Trinity, Wembdon, Puriton, Pawlett. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Ilminster Urban District(creation of)  Q\RUp/513  11 March 1899

Contents:
Composite O.S. 25" map 88.1,2,5 pts. showing district boundaries, confirming order from Somerset County Council

Bridgwater, Langport & Glastonbury Light Railway  Q\RUp/514  30 May 1899

Contents:
engineers: Wm.Lunn, P.W. & C.S.Meek.
Parishes: Bridgwater, Bridgwater Without, Weston Zoyland, Middlezoy, Othery, Aller, Huish Episcopi, Langport, Shapwick, Moorlinch, Greinton, Ashcott, Walton, Street, Sharpham, Glastonbury.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft Order, estimate, copy of letter from the Company to General Purposes Committee Meeting Bridgwater after March 21 1899.

Bridgwater & Othery Light Railway  Q\RUp/514A  1899

Contents:
Engineer: Wm.Lunn
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, copy of letter of commendation from the Company to Bridgwater General Purposes Committee Meeting 21 March 1899.
[Not officially deposited with the Clerk of the Peace: copy transferred from the Sewer Authority archive, 1986]

Highbridge, Cheddar & Wedmore Light Railway  Q\RUp/515  30 May 1899

Contents:
Engineer: John Russell
Parishes: Burnham, Huntspill, Mark, Wedmore, Nyland cum Batcombe, Cheddar.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order from Light Railway Commission, estimate.

Bath & District Light Railways (New lines)  Q\RUp/516  31 May 1899

Contents:
Engineers: Geo.Hopkins & Sons
Parishes: Monkton Coombe, Newton St.Loe, Twerton, Widcombe & Lyncombe, St.James (Bath), Bathwick, Walcot, St.Peter and St.Paul, Weston, St.Michael's, Charlcombe, Swainswick, Batheaston, Bathford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, estimate.

Minehead Pier Co. New approach to Pier  Q\RUp/516A  26 Oct 1899

N.B. badly torn

Contents:
Plan, section.

Taunton Tramway  Q\RUp/517  29 Nov 1899

Contents:
Engineer: C.J.Wharton
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

City of Bath Light Railways.  Q\RUp/518  29 Nov 1899

Contents:
Engineer: Guss.F.Metzger
Parishes: Walcot, St.Michael, Charlcombe, St.James, St.Peter and St.Paul, Weston, Newton St.Loe, Twerton, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Swainswick, Batheaston, Bathampton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order, estimate, [scheme abandoned]

Bristol Corporation. Main drainage and Extension (new sewers, pumping station etc.)  Q\RUp/519  29 Nov 1899

Contents:
Engineers: T.H. Habbicomb (City Eng.) John Taylor & Sons, and Santo Crimp (Consulting Eng.)
Parishes in Somerset: Brislington, Bedminster.
Plans, sections, O.S. 3" map. Book of Reference, Notice of Application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Tramway  Q\RUp/520  29 Nov 1899

Contents:
Engineer: Stephen Sellon
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bridgwater, Stowey and Stogursey Light Railway  Q\RUp/521  30 Nov 1899

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Stogursey, Dodington, Nether Stowey, Fiddington, Cannington, Otterhampton, Wembdon, Chilton Trinity, Bridgwater, Bridgwater Without. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, O.S. 1" map, draft order from Light Railway Commission, estimate, notice of application to Light Railways Commission.

Great Western Railway, Bridge and Lands at Long Ahston, Roads at Wells, etc.  Q\RUp/522  30 Dec 1899

Contents:
Engineer: James C.Inglis
Parishes: Long Ashton, Wells, Selwood.
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare Tramways (amended)  Q\RUp/523  24 April 1900

Contents:
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, Order by Board of Trade.

Bath & District Light Railway  Q\RUp/524  31 May 1900

Contents:
Engineer: Geo.Hopkins & Sons
Parishes: St.James, St.Peter & St.Paul, St.Michael, Walcot (all Bath), Swainswick, Batheaston, Bathford, Twerton, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Monkton Combe.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order from Light Railway Commission, estimate.

Great Western Railway. Lands adjoining River Avon at Bristol  Q\RUp/525  26 Nov 1900

Contents:
Engineer: James C.Inglis
Parish: Brislington
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Frome Electric Lighting, Production, Storage and Supply.  Q\RUp/526  27 Nov 1900

Contents:
O.S. 6" map (composite). notice of application to Board of Trade.

Weston Super Mare Tramway  Q\RUp/527  28 Nov 1900

Contents:
Engineer: Stephen Sellon
Plans, sections, application to Board of Trade

Weston Super Mare Gas (additional land and Powers)  Q\RUp/528  29 Nov 1900

Contents:
Engineers: W.A.Mackintosh Vallon, Arthur Vallon
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Wells Water -dissolution and reconstruction of Wells Water Co. Ltd. premises.  Q\RUp/529  30 Nov 1900

Contents:
Parish: Wells
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Wells Corporation Water, intended new Water Works, application for new reservoir conduits etc.  Q\RUp/530  30 Nov 1900

Contents:
Engineers: Chas. E. Newton, G. Herbert Bayley
Parish: Wells
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application to Parliament.

Bath District Light Railway Extension in Lower Bristol Road.  Q\RUp/531  3 Dec 1900

Contents:
Engineers: Geo. Hopkins and Son
Parish: Twerton
Plan, section, schedule of reference, notice of application to Light Railway Commission, Estimate.

Frome Urban Extension  Q\RUp/532  28 Feb 1901

Contents:
O.S. 25" composite map, 30.10, 11, 14, 15. 43.2, 3.
O.S. 6" composite map, with Common Seal. (maps show part of Selwood transferred to Frome), Confirming Order from Somerset County Council, Transferring Order.

Great Western Railway, further deviation of proposed Castle Cary, Somerton and Langport Railway.  Q\RUp/533  27 Dec 1901

Contents:
Engineer: James C. Inglis
Parishes: Charlton Mackrell, Somerton, Keinton Mandeville, Long Sutton.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Street Urban District Water, Rodney Stoke Scheme  Q\RUp/534  29 Nov 1901

Contents:
Engineer: A.P.I. Cotterell
Parishes: Rodney Stoke, Westbury Sub Mendip, Wookey, Meare, Glastonbury, Sharpham, Street.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Water, Bishopsworth Supply  Q\RUp/535  30 Nov 1901

Contents:
Engineers: John Taylor & Sons, Santon Crimp, T. & C. Hawksley.
Parishes: Barrow Gurney, Long Ashton, Bishopsworth, Nempnett, Ubley, Compton Martin, Blagdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Transference of part of Kewstoke to Weston Super Mare.  Q\RUp/536  31 Jan 1901

Contents:
Pt. 1. O.S. 25" map showing area to be transferred 9.12, 16; 10.9 pt, 13 pt.
Pt.2 O.S. 25" map showing area transferred.
Somerset County Council Confirming and Transferring Orders.

Watchet Urban District and New Parishes of Watchet and Williton  Q\RUp/537  5 March 1902

Contents:
O.S. 25" map showing Urban District and new Parishes.
Confirming Order.

North Somerset Light Railway  Q\RUp/538  31 May 1902

Contents:
Engineer: J.H. Rhodes
Parishes: Clutton, High Littleton, Timsbury, Camerton, Dunkerton, Wellow, Combe Hay, South Stoke, Hinton Charterhouse, Monkton Combe. Some Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, estimate, Order (Light Railway Act).

Great Western Railway, Deviations & Various Powers.  Q\RUp/539  26 Nov 1902

Contents:
Engineer: James C. Inglis
Parishes: Somerton, Charlton Mackrell, Carhampton, Martock, Bishopsworth, Keinton Mandeville, Wincanton, Long Sutton, Castle Cary, Brislington.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, Notice of application for Act.

Bridgwater & District Electric Lighting (areas of supply)  Q\RUp/540  27 Nov 1902

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map, showing areas of supply, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bridgwater Gas, Extension of Works.  Q\RUp/541  27 Nov 1902

Contents:
Engineers: W.A. Vallon & Son
Parish: Bridgwater
Plan, section, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Corporation, further powers as to railways, docks, etc.  Q\RUp/542  28 Nov 1902

Contents:
Engineer: W.W. Squire
Parish: Bedminster
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Yeovil Electric Lighting, supply of electricity  Q\RUp/543  28 Nov 1902

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing proposed area of supply, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Somerset & District Electric Power (new lands for generating station, etc.)  Q\RUp/544  29 Nov 1902

Contents:
Parish in Somerset: Radstock
Plans, Sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol London & Southern Counties Railways  Q\RUp/545  29 Nov 1902

Contents:
Engineers: W.T. Foxlee, C.A.W. Pownall
Parishes in Somerset: Brislington, Keynsham, Saltford, Kelston, Newton St. Loe, Twerton, Bath, Claverton, Monkton Combe, Freshford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Water (Additonal Lands)  Q\RUp/546  29 Nov 1902

Contents:
Engineers: W. Fox, P.A. Trafton
Parishes: St. Catherine (Bath), Batheaston, Swainswick. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Electric Tramways (Light Railway Extensions)  Q\RUp/547  29 May, 1902

Contents:
Engineers: Geo. Hopkins & Son, Harper Bros. & Co.
Parishes: Charlcombe, Walcot, Weston, Lyncombe & Widcombe, St. James.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order from Light Railway Commission, estimate.

North Somerset Light Railway  Q\RUp/548  30 May 1903

N.B. Plans, sections torn.

Contents:
Engineers: S.W. & A.L. Hockney
Parishes: South Stoke, Combe Hay, Dunkerton, Camerton, Priston.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, draft order from Light Railway Commission, estimate.

Borough of Yeovil (Borough Extension)  Q\RUp/549  26 Oct 1903

Contents:
O.S. 6" 83 SW, showing new boundaries

Glastonbury Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/550  4 Nov 1903

Contents:
O.S. 6" composite map 52 NW and NE, showing area for supply of lighting, copy of Central Somerset Gazette, with application to Board of Trade dated 24 Oct. 1903/

Twerton- enlarging the lighting area.  Q\RUp/551  (31 Dec 1895) & 1 July 1902

5 rolls

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map showing area; composite O.S. 25" map deposited 27 Nov. 1903; 2 cut-down 25" O.S. maps, Order and tracing by Somerset County Council (under Lighting and Watching Act) - 2 copies; O.S. 25" map showing further enlargments of area, dated 20 Oct. 1903.

Great Western Railway - Additional Powers, new railways & widening etc. of existing railways.  Q\RUp/552  30 Nov 1903

N.B. Plans and section torn

Contents:
Parishes: Camerton, Dunkerton, combe Hay, South Stoke, Wellow, Hinton Charterhouse, Monkton Combe, Clutton, High Littleton, Durston, Lyng, Stoke St. Gregory, Aller, Curry Rivel, Saltford, West Cranmore, Keynsham, Ansford, Somerton, Brushford.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" maps, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Keynsham Electric Lighting - supply of electricity  Q\RUp/553  30 Nov 1903

Contents:
(Keynsham Electric Light & Power Co. Ltd. Bristol)
O.S. 25" map showing area to be supplied, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Clevedon, Portishead and Long Ashton Lighting (supply of electricity)  Q\RUp/554  30 Nov 1903

Contents:
O.S. 25" map showing area to be supplied, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bristol Tramways Extension  Q\RUp/555  30 Nov 1903

Contents:
(New tramways, new lands, etc.)
Engineer: J. Clifton Robinson
Parishes in Somerset: Brislington, Long Ashton
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Meare Parish: division into 2 parishes (Meare & Godney)  Q\RUp/555A  4 April 1904

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing new boundaries (2 copies), Confirming Order byu Somerset County Council.

Great Western Railway, Additional Powers, deviations, land, footpaths.  Q\RUp/556  29 Nov 1904

Contents:
Parishes: Alford, Lovington, Charlton Mackrell, High Ham, Bishopsworth, Easton in Gordano, Curry Rivel, Langport, Huish Episcopi, Yeovil Without.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bristol Corporation- Alteration of bridges, additional lands, byelaws, milk supply, various.  Q\RUp/557  30 Nov 1904

Contents:
Engineers: W.W. Squire, T.H.Yabbicombe
Parishes in Somerset: Brislington
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application for Acts(various Powers).

Bath Electric Tramways (Light Railway extensions - Newbridge Road to Newton St.Loe)  Q\RUp/558  30 Nov 1904

Contents:
Engineers: Geo.Hopkins & Son, Harper Bros. & co.
Parishes: Weston, Keynsham, Walcot(Bath), St.Peter & St.Paul(Bath)
Plans, sections, book of reference, draft Order from Light Railway Commission, estimate.

Priston Light Railway(G.W.R.Co.)  Q\RUp/559  6 March 1905

Contents:
Engineer: W.W.Grierson
Parishes: Dunkerton, Camerton, Priston.
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Blagdon & Pensford Light Railway  Q\RUp/560  27 May 1905

Contents:
Engineer: W.T.Foxlee
Parishes: Blagdon, Ubley,Compton Martin, North Widcombe, Chew Magna, Chew Stoke Stowey, Stanton Drew. Lords of manor stated.
Plans,sections, book of reference, draft Order by Light Railways Commission, estimate.

Bath & Lansdown Light Railways  Q\RUp/561  30 May 1905

Contents:
Parish: Weston
Plan, section O.S. 1" map, schedule of reference, draft Order by Light Railways Commission, estimate. N.B. plans and sections crumbly.

North Petherton - Division into 3 Wards for election of parish councillors.  Q\RUp/562  Jan 1905

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing new boundaries, Order by Somerset County Council.

Bath & Lansdown Light Railway(Alteration and additional clauses)  Q\RUp/563  1 Nov 1905

Contents:
Engineers: Godden & Co.
Parish: Weston
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, additional reference book, typescript of additional clause, estimate.
N.B. Plans and sections disintegrating.

London & South Western Railway- new land at Evercreech Junction  Q\RUp/564  24 Nov 1905

Contents:
Parish: Evercreech
Plan,section, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bath Electric Tramways(Light Railway Extension) Newton to Saltford.  Q\RUp/565  28 Nov 1905

N.B. Plans and sections torn, draft order and estimate unstitched.

Contents:
Engineers: Geo.Hopkins & Son
Parishes: Newton St. Loe, Corston, Saltford
Plans, sections, book of reference, draft Order by Light Railways Commission, estimate.

Bristol Corporation, various Powers, including extension of boundary.  Q\RUp/566  23 Nov 1905

Contents:
Engineer: W.W. Squire
Parishes in Somerset: Portishead, Portsbury, Abbots Leigh
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act, Bill empowering Bristol Corporation (Act of Parliament?)

Burnham, New Pier, Works, etc.  Q\RUp/567  30 Nov 1905

Contents:
Engineer: Ernst. McKaig
Parish: Burnham
O.S. 25" map, plans, sections, notice of application to Board of Trade

Frome Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/568  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: (Missing)

Minehead & Dunster Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/569  [n.d.]

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing area to be supplied. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Burnham and District Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/570  28 Nov 1906

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing area of electrification, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Taunton Tramways Extension  Q\RUp/571  29 Nov 1906

Contents:
Engineer: Edward D. Fitzmaurice
Plans, section, O.S. 6" map, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Portishead District Water  Q\RUp/572  [n.d.]

Contents:
Engineers: John Taylor, Sons & Santo Crimp
Parishes: Portishead, North Weston, Portbury. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections (additional lands, pumping station, reservoir etc.), book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Crewkerne, South Petherton & Martock Light Railway(New lines)  Q\RUp/573  29 Nov 1907

Contents:
Engineer: J.H.Rhodes
Parishes: Misterton, Crewkerne,W.Crewkerne, Haselbury Plucknett, Merriott, South Petherton, Martock. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application to Board of Trade, draft Order by Light Railways Commission, estimate.
N.B. see amended plans Q/RUp 574, deposited.23 July 1908.

Crewkerne South Petherton & Martock Light Railway(amended plans)  Q\RUp/574  23 July 1908

Contents:
Engineer: J.H.Rhodes
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, 6 tracings from plans, schedule of reference (Crewkerne), amendments to draft Order, amended estimate.

Great Western Railways(General Powers)  Q\RUp/575  28 Nov 1908

Contents:
Roads at Dunkerton and South Stoke, etc.
Engineers: W.W.Grierson, James C. Inglis
Parishes: Keynsham, South Stoke, Combe Hay, Dunkerton, Freshford, Bath, Highbridge, St.James(Taunton).
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Midsomer Norton-additional councillors and division into 4 Wards.  Q\RUp/575A  6 April 1909

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing divisions, 7 copies of Order by S.C.C. (Division into Wards), 12 placards of Order, corresp. between S.C.C. and Census Office, 29 Sept-30 Sept-4 Oct. 1910.

Burnham Gas- Maintenance & continuance of existing Company & manufacture & supply of gas in Burnham etc. (with new Gas Works)  Q\RUp/576  26 Nov 1909

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing Gas Works, 25 SE composite O.S. 6" map showing area of supply, notice of application to Board of Trade Order(By Board of Trade).

Highbridge Gas- Construction of Gasworks, supply of gas, erection of houses for staff.  Q\RUp/577  26 Nov 1909

Contents:
O.S. 6" map showing Gas Works 38 NE, composite O.S. 6" map showing area of supply, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Clevedon Electric Lighting - production, storage & supply of electricity.  Q\RUp/578  30 Nov 1909

Contents:
3 x O.S. 6" maps showing area of supply 4 NW & NE, 4 SE, 4 SW.

Bath Electric Lighting  Q\RUp/579  30 Nov 1909

Contents:
Bound and folded composite O.S. 6" map showing boundaries of area (Order 1896) and proposed extended area. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Weston Super Mare - Junction Light Railway  Q\RUp/580  30 Nov 1909

Contents:
Engineer: W.T.Foxlee
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, notice of application to Light Railway Commission, draft Provisional Order, estimate.

Portishead District Lighting  Q\RUp/581  29 Nov 1910

Conditions of access: not fit for production[contents unable to be reviewed

City of Bath Extension 1910-1911  Q\RUp/582  29 June 1911

Contents:
Composite O.S.6" map, showing boundaries of city.

Burnham Electric Lighting, new works, manufacture & supply of electricity,etc.  Q\RUp/583  29 Nov 1911

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map, showing area of supply. Notice of Application to Board of Trade, tracing showing land to be used for new power station(Love Lane, Burnham).

Glastonbury Electric Lighting- supply of electricity etc.  Q\RUp/584  30 Nov 1911

Contents:
4 O.S. 6" maps showing boundaries(1904) of supply, 52 NW,NE,SW,SE.

Great Western Railway - footpaths at Congresbury and West Cranmore  Q\RUp/585  30 Nov 1911

Contents:
Engineers: W.W.Grierson, James C.Inglis
Parishes: Congresbury, West Cranmore
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Cadbury Light Railway in Weston in Gordano and Clapton.  Q\RUp/586  1 June 1912

Contents:
Engineer: H.F.Stephens
Parishes: Weston in Gordano, Clapton in Gordano, Kingston Seymour
Plan, section, schedule of reference, Draft Order by Light Railway Commission, estimate.
N.B. Ref. printed in blueprint form.

Midsomer Norton Gas - Additional Lands and Powers to construct new works, buildings, etc.  Q\RUp/587  27 Nov 1912

N.B. Map torn

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map showing area of supply, lands in ownership and new lands.
Plan of Gas Works showing existing works, proposed works and future extensions.
Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Great Western Railway - Additional lands at Taunton and Blue Anchor Bay.  Q\RUp/588  29 Nov 1912

Contents:
Engineer:W.W.Grierson
Parishes: St.James(Taunton), Carhampton.
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Midland Railway - additional lands at Weston(Bath)  Q\RUp/589  22 Nov 1913

Contents:
Engineer: W.B. Worthington
Plans, sections, schedule of reference, notice of application for Act.

Burnham Pier (Proposed by U.D.C.)  Q\RUp/590  28 Nov 1913

Contents:
Engineer: Ernst McKaig
Plans, sections,cut-down 25" map showing new pier. Notice of Application to Board of Trade.

Bristol Corporation - new wharf & various powers.  Q\RUp/591  28 Nov 1913

Contents:
Engineer: W.W.Squire
Parish: Brislington
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Weston Super Mare District Council-new waterworks and land for other purposes.  Q\RUp/592  29 Nov 1913

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C.Hawksley
Parishes: Banwell, Worle, Weston super Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Great Western Railway - lengthening of bridges, new lands.  Q\RUp/593  29 Nov 1913

Contents:
Engineer: W.W.Grierson
Parishes in Somerset: Worle, Banwell, Weston super Mare, Bedminster, Congresbury, Yatton, Bishopsworth, Portishead.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Yeovil electric Lighting (Messrs.Petters Ltd) Powers to make, store, supply electricity etc.  Q\RUp/594  29 Nov 1913

Contents:
2 O.S. 6" maps 90 NW and 83 SW, showing areas to be supplied, notice of application to Board of Trade.

Burnham Urban District Council (Proposed extension of boundaries)  Q\RUp/595  31 March 1914

Contents:
2 Confirming Orders by S.C.C., folded composite O.S. 6" map showing new boundaries with common seal.

Mid Somerset Electric Lighting(Christy Bros. Chelmsford) - manufacture, storage and supply of electricity to Street, Glastonbury, Wells and Langport.  Q\RUp/596  30 Nov 1914

Contents:
Plan of proposed generating station at Street. O.S. 1" map showing area of supply. O.S. 6" maps showing area of supply - 40 NW, NE, SW, SE; 41 NW, SW; 52 NW, NE, SW, SE, 63 NW, NE, SW, SE, 73 NW, NE. Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Urban District of Minehead(extension)  Q\RUp/597  23 March 1916

Contents:
Folded composite O.S. 6" map showing the extension of the Urban District, Confirming Order by S.C.C [some handdrawn alterations to the map]

Bristol Water, new works at Cheddar, Blagdon; new service reservoir at Rowberrow.  Q\RUp/598  30 Nov 1916

Contents:
Engineer: John Taylor & Sons, T. & C. Hawksley
Parishes: Cheddar, Axbridge, Compton Bishop, Winscombe, Shipham, Rowberrow, Churchill, Burrington, Wrington, Butcombe, Blagdon. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Bishops Sutton Light Railway  Q\RUp/599  30 May 1917

Contents:
Engineer: Wm.T.Foxlee
Parishes: Chew Magna, Stowey, Stanton Drew, Chelwood, Publow
Plans, sections, O.S. 1" map, book of reference, Draft Order by Light Railway Commission, Estimate.

Taunton Gas, Light and Coke Company  Q\RUp/600  27 Nov 1919

Contents:
Powers to raise additional capital, purchase and sale of lands, supply of gas etc.
Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Yeovil Corporation(Construction of Water Works, abstraction of water, additional lands, supply of water, etc.)  Q\RUp/601  29 Nov 1919

Contents:
Engineers: T. & C.Hawksley
Parishes in Somerset: Yeovil, Barwick. Lords of manor stated.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act.

Downside Water Co.Ltd. to continue, extend, improve & maintain waterworks and supply water to Stratton on the Fosse, Ashwick and pt. of Midsomer Norton.  Q\RUp/602  3 Dec 1919

Contents:
Notice of application to Board of Trade.

Bridgwater Port & Navigation(Borough of Bridgwater) increase and alteration of rates, dues and charges etc.  Q\RUp/603  25 Nov 1920

Contents:
Notice of application to Ministry of Transport.

Glastonbury Corporation - Gas, additional lands  Q\RUp/604  21 Dec 1920

Contents:
Hand drawn and coloured 6" map showing area of suply, hand drawn and coloured 50ft to 1ins. map showing gas works and new proposals and additional lands near S. & D. Railway and Benedict St.
Draft order by Board of Trade.

Great Western Railway, additional lands at Wellington  Q\RUp/605  8 March 1921

Contents:
Parish in Somerset: Wellington
Plan, reference sheet, notice of application to Ministry of Transport, Draft Order by M.O.T.

Weston Super Mare Gas (Special Order)  Q\RUp/606  28 June 1921

Contents:
Additional capital, extension of limits of supply, etc.
Composite O.S. 6" map showing existing area of supply and proposed area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Taunton Borough extension  Q\RUp/607  5 Aug 1921

Contents:
O.S. 6" map 70 NE showing Borough extensions (under Taunton Extension Order 1921)

Bridgwater Port and Navigation - application for Prov.Order enabling Bridgwater Corporation to contribute funds.  Q\RUp\[608]  21 Nov 1922

Contents:
Notice of application to Ministry of Transport, Provisional Order by M.O.T. dated 17 April 1923
Catalogued and stored as Q/RUo 24

Great Western Railway - additional Powers, new lands at Temple Meads, etc.  Q\RUp/609  29 Nov 1922

Contents:
Engineer: W.W.Grierson
Parish in Somerset: Bedminster
Plan, section, book of reference.

Yeovil Borough Electric Lighting(Yeovil Electric Light Co.Ltd.)  Q\RUp/610  15 Dec 1922

Contents:
Authorization to generate and distribute electricity etc.
2 O.S. 6" maps 83 SW, 90 NW, showing area of supply. Notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

North Somerset Electricity(North Somerset Electricity Co.)  Q\RUp/611  [n.d.]

Contents:
Authorise Company to generate, transform and supply electricity etc.
Engineers: Christy Bros.
27 O.S. 6" maps of Somerset showing areas of supply - 4 SW,SE; 5 SW,SE; 12 NE,NW,SW; 10 NW, NE, SW, SE; 11 NW, NE,SW, SE;9 SW, SE; 16 NE, SE; 17 NW, NE, SW, SE; 18 NW, NE, SW, SE.
Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Portishead District Water Company  Q\RUp/612  23 Nov 1923

Contents:
Application to increase rents, charges,etc.
Notice of application to Ministry of Health.

Great Western Railway-additional Powers, alteration of roads and footpaths, etc.  Q\RUp/613  29 Nov 1923

Contents:
Engineer:W.W.Grierson
Parishes: Wellington, Sampford Arundel, Kilmersdon.
Plans Sections.

Radstock Electricity (Western Electric Distributing Corporation Ltd.) supply of electricity etc.  Q\RUp/614  21 March 1924

Contents:
18 O.S. 6" maps showing area of supply: 13 SW, SE; 14 SW; 19 SE, NE; 20 SW,SE, NW, NE; 21 NW, NE, SW, SE; 28 NE, SE; 29 NW, NE, SW.
Notice of application to Electricity Commission, Special Order by Electricity Commisssion.

Bridport, Chard & District Electricity  Q\RUp/615  16 April 1924

Contents:
Land for generating station, supply etc. of electricity.
Engineer: J.G.Royce
22 composite O.S. 6" maps, showing area of supply. Plan showing site of generating station, book of reference(DORSET), Draft Order by Electricity Commission.

Shaftsbury & District Electricity, supply of electricity etc., new lands.  Q\RUp/616  16 April 1924

Contents:
Engineer: J.G.Royce
25 Composite O.S. 6" maps, showing areas of supply, plan showing site of generating station. Book of reference(Ansford, Somerset), Draft Order by Electricity Commission.

West Somerset Light Railway  Q\RUp/617  30 May 1924

Contents:
Engineer: not stated
Parishes: Bridgwater, Wembdon, Cannington, Otterhampton, Fiddington, Stockland Bristol, Stogursey, Lilstock, Kilton, Kilve.
Plans, sections, book of reference, draft order by Ministry of Transport, estimate.

Taunton Electricity Extension (incl. Bishops Lydeard)  Q\RUp/618  28 June, 1924

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing boundary of extension, 3 O.S. 6" maps showing new supply 70 NE, SE and 60SW.

North Somerset Electricity (Extension) Generation of power etc. to an extended area.  Q\RUp/619  7 Aug 1924

Contents:
Engineers: Christy Bros.
" map showing area referred to in application. 71 O.S. 6" maps showing boundary of existing area of supply and new districts to be supplied.
Notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Bath Corporation - Street and Bridge works  Q\RUp/620  28 Nov 1924

Contents:
Engineer: F.P.Sissons
6" map showing works, etc., plans, sections, book of reference, Bill authorising works including street works, tall bridges, further powers in regard to water and electricity, provision for local health etc. Act for above, dated 30 June 1925.

Bridport, Chard and District Electricity  Q\RUp/621  9 April 1925

Contents:
Undertaker: John Campbell Robertson - registration of company to generate electricity etc
Book of reference for Bridport, Dorset.
1" map showing area of electrification. 25" map showing Bridport and area for generating station. (Composite) 22 O.S. 6" maps showing boundaries etc. of area to be supplied, notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Shaftsbury & District Electricity  Q\RUp/622  9 April 1925

Contents:
Undertaker: John Campbell Robertson, Registration of Company to generate electricity etc.
25" map showing land for generating station,etc. 1" map showing area to be supplied. (composite) 25 O.S. 6" maps showing boundaries etc. of area to be supplied. Book of reference (Wincanton), notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Wellington Electricity  Q\RUp/623  1 April 1925

Contents:
Undertakers: Crampton & Co., Generating etc. of electricity.
5 O.S. 6" maps showing boundary of area to be supplied:
78 NE, NW; 69 NW; 77 SE; 79 SW.
Notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Axminster, Chard & District Electricity  Q\RUp/624  16 May 1925

Contents:
Undertaker: Maj.Chas.Henry Beeston Prescott-Westcar - Registration under Companies Act, generating etc. of electricity.
25" map showing generating station, lands etc; 2 O.S. 1" maps showing area to be supplied; 16 O.S. 6" maps showing areas to be supplied etc., book of reference (Axminster), notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; covering letter from Roper & Chalmers(Engineers) to Clerk of Peace, dated 15 May 1925.

Ancient Monuments (Nunney Castle) Preservation  Q\RUp/624A  28 Nov 1925

Contents:
Parish: Nunney
40ft to 1 in map showing Nunney Castle; 2 copies of book of reference.

Bristol Corporation - Various Powers  Q\RUp/625  27 Nov 1925

Contents:
To empower Corporation to undertake works, electricity, Public Health,etc.
Parishes in Somerset: Portishead
Plans, sections, book of reference, Bill.

Bristol Corporation Electricity - Extension of area of supply.  Q\RUp/626  22 June 1926

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and new area to be supplied; 5 composite O.S.
6" maps showing areas of supply; notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; copy of correspondence between Bristol Town Clerk and Somerset County Council.

Bridgwater Gas - Bridgwater Gas Light Co., extension of supply, raising of additional capital  Q\RUp/627  12 April 1926

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing area supplied and area to be supplied. Special Order by Board of Trade.

Minehead & Dunster Electricity (Minehead Electric Supply Co. Ltd.) to Generate and Supply electricity etc.  Q\RUp/628  9 Sept 1926

Contents:
Engineers: Christy Bros.
43 O.S. 6" maps showing area of supply etc. Notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Order by Electricity Commission.

Bristol Water - new reservoir etc.  Q\RUp/629  29 Nov 1926

Contents:
Engineers: John Tailor, T. & C.Hawksley, Jno.A.Mc.Pherson
Parishes: Cheddar, Churchill, Yatton, Brockley, Backwell, Flax Bourton, Long Ashton, Barrow Gurney. Lords of manor stated.
2 plans, sections, book of reference.

Porlock & District Electricity (Porlock & District Electric Supply Co.) to generate and supply etc. electricity.  Q\RUp/630  10 Dec 1926

Contents:
12 O.S. 6" maps showing area to be supplied; notice of application to Electricity Commission, Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Wellington Gas (Wellington Gas Co.) extension of limits, new works, maintenance of old works,etc.  Q\RUp/631  5 April 1927

Contents:
O.S. 25" map showing existing lands used by Gas Co. and new lands applied for - 78/8 (1904 edition)
Composite O.S. 1" map showing area supplied and area to be supplied.
Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade..

Weston Super Mare Gas(W-S-M Gaslight Company) extension of supply.  Q\RUp/631A  3 June 1927

Contents:
10 O.S. 6" maps showing area of supply and new areas of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Bath Gas (Bath Gaslight & Coke Co.) change name of company, erect, maintain and extend Gas Works, purchase of new lands and extension of supply  Q\RUp/632  30 June 1927

Contents:
2 O.S. 25" maps of Bath showing lands for construction of gasworks,etc.; O.S. 1" map showing areas supplied and areas to be supplied; notice of application to Board of Trade; Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Bridgwater & District Electricity Extension.  Q\RUp/633  25 July 1927

Contents:
(Bridgwater & District Electric Supply & Traction Co.)
Engineer: R.H.Walker
Composite O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and area to be supplied; 12 composite O.S. 6" maps showing new boundaries; notice of application to Electricity Commission; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; Special Order by Electricity Commission, dated 23 Jan. 1928.

Bridgwater Corporation - street works, waterworks, and additional lands.  Q\RUp/634  30 Nov 1927

Contents:
Engineer: Hugh P.Bishop
Parishes: Bridgwater, Aisholt, Bishops Lydeard, Charlinch, Spaxton.
Plans, sections, book of reference.

South Somerset District Electricity  Q\RUp/635  3 Feb 1928

Contents:
(Power Development Co.) to supply and distribute electricity.
Engineers: G.V.Twiss & Partners
44 O.S. 6" maps showing area to be supplied; notice of application to Electricity Commission; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

North Somerset Electricity (Extension)  Q\RUp/636  1 March 1928

Contents:
Engineers: Christy Bros.
O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and area to be supplied; 90 O.S. 6" maps showing new boundaries; notice of application to Electricity Commission; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; Special Order by Electricity Commission (11 Jan. 1929).

Dulverton & District Electricity  Q\RUp/637  2 March 1928

Contents:
(West of England Electricity Ltd.) Supply of electricity etc.
43 O.S. 6" maps showing boundaries of supply. Notice of application to Electricity Commission; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; Special Order by Electricity Commission.
Original order was divided into two orders, the portion relating to Rural District of Dulverton was made under title 'Dulverton Rural District Electricity'; the portion relating to Urban District of Wiveliscombe was made under title 'Wiveliscombe & Wellington Rural Electricity'.

West of England Electricity  Q\RUp/638  5 March 1928

Contents:
(West of England Electricity Ltd.) to supply electricity to parts of Somerset, parts of Dorset and parts of Devon.
153 O.S. 6" maps showing boundaries of supply; notice of application to Electricity Commission; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Burnham on Sea Electricity Extension  Q\RUp/639  5 June 1928

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map showing area of supply and boundary of proposed areas; Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission; Special Order by Electricity Commisssion, 25 Sept 1928.

Bristol Gas (Bristol Gas Co.)  Q\RUp/640  16 June 1928

Contents:
(1916) 25" Map of Keynsham showing land for new gas holders etc. Composite O.S. 1" map showing area of supply, existing gas premises and proposed acquisition at Keynsham. Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Porlock & Luccombe Order - transfer of part of the parish of Luccombe to the parish of Porlock  Q\RUp/641  3 July 1928

Contents:
(98ft to 1") map showing area of Luccombe to be transferred to Porlock. Transfer Order by Somerset County Council, Confirming Order.

Bristol Water - new watercourse etc.  Q\RUp/642  30 Nov 1928

Contents:
Engineer: Jno. A. McPherson
Parish: Barrow Gurney
Plans, sections, Provisional Order by Ministry of Health.

Bridgwater Extension - additional areas incorporated  Q\RUp/643  31 Aug 1928

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map showing existing Borough boundaries and additional areas to be incorporated. Also shown are recent building developments and proposed new road bypassing Wembdon.

Borough of Yeovil extension  Q\RUp/644  7 June 1929

Contents:
(Yeovil Extension & Water Act)
Composite O.S. 6" map showing existing Borough boundaries and additional areas to be incorporated. Also official seal of Ministry of Health 5 April 1929.

Yeovil Extension, Wards in Borough  Q\RUp/645  7 Oct 1929

Contents:
Composite O.S. 6" map showing new Wards in Yeovil Borough.
West-East-North-South-Preston.
Ministry of Health seal, 5 April 1929.

Great Western Railway, new railways and deviations  Q\RUp/646  29 Nov 1929

Contents:
Engineer: R. Carpmael
Parishes in Somerset: Selwood, Rodden, Durston, Bridgwater, Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Hull, Staplegrove, Taunton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, West Monkton, Creech St. Michael, Lyng, Portishead.
Plans, section, O.S. 1" map, book of reference.

Bristol Corporation - street works in City, new lands. Alteration to port and harbour, construct power substations, extension of boundaries.  Q\RUp/647  29 Nov 1929

Contents:
Engineer: Lessel S. Mckenzie
Parishes in Somerset: Bishopsworth, Brislington, Whitchurch.
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Act, Bill, copy of Western Daily Press, dated Wed. 20 Nov 1929.

Bath Gas (Bath Gas Co.) - Powers to purchase the undertaking of Chippenham Gas Co. Ltd. to carry on undertakings, purchase land (Wiltshire) etc.  Q\RUp/648  15 March 1930

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing boundaries of existing area of gas supply and proposed added area of supply. 2 O.S. 25" maps of Chippenham area showing new sites for gas works and new gas showroom, notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Glastonbury Gas (Glastonbury Corporation)  Q\RUp/649  28 March 1930

Contents:
Extension of limits of supply, purchase of new lands, renew works, new gas holders, etc.
O.S. 25" map showing new lands; O.S. 1" map showing boundaries of existing areas of gas supply and proposed added area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Yeovil Gas (Yeovil Corporation)  Q\RUp/650  23 Sept 1930

Contents:
Extension of limits of supply, purchase of new lands, etc.
O.S. 25" map showing new lands; O.S. 1" map showing existing limits and new limits, gas works and new lands. Notice of Application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Great Western Railway  Q\RUp/651  18 Nov 1930

Contents:
Engineer: R. Carpmael
Parishes in Somerset: Keynsham, Taunton, Wellington
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Taunton Corporation: Waterworks, street improvements, aerodrome, new lands etc.  Q\RUp/652  19 Nov 1930

Contents:
Engineers: Rofe & Rafferty
Parishes: Otterford, Pitminster, Taunton St. Mary Magdalene, Ruishton, Corfe, West Buckland.
Plans, sections, book of reference. Corresp. between Taunton Corporation and Somerset County Council Petty Sessional Division at Taunton over mistakes arising from Taunton Corporation application, (31 Dec. 1934).

Bridgwater Corporation: new reservoir, etc.  Q\RUp/653  20 Nov 1931

Contents:
Engineers: E.A. Sanford Fawcett, R.A. Watson
Parishes: Bridgwater, Spaxton, Charlinch
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Weston Super Mare: Grand Pier  Q\RUp/654  20 Nov 1931

Contents:
Engineer: Arthur Mayor
Parish: Weston Super Mare
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Yeovil Gas (no.2) (Yeovil Corporation)  Q\RUp/655  27 Nov 1931

Contents:
New land, erect, maintain, alter etc. gas works, etc., extend limits of supply.
O.S. 25" map showing new land. O.S. 1" map showing existing are of supply and proposed area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade. Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Southern Railway - Alterations, widening, etc.  Q\RUp/656  16 Nov 1932

Contents:
Parishes in Somerset: Wayford, Highbridge
Plans, sections, book of reference, Act of Parliament (rec. 21 July 1933).

Great Western Railway - New station at Norton Fitzwarren  Q\RUp/657  17 Nov 1932

Contents:
Engineer: R. Carpmael
Parishes: Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Hull
Plan, book of reference, Bill confirming Powers.

Weston Super Mare Gas (Weston super Mare Gaslight Co.) to extend supplies, purchase Cheddar Gas Co. Ltd. maintain etc. gasworks, erect new gas works, etc.  Q\RUp/658  8 Dec 1932

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Cheddar showing Gas Co. Composite O.S. 1" map showing existing area of supply and proposed area of supply (and Gas Co.). Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Burnham on Sea Gas (Burnham on Sea Gas Co.) - extension of supply, conversion of lands, recreation ground for employees, grant pensions and sick funds etc.  Q\RUp/659  2 March 1933

Contents:
Composite O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and proposed area of supply (and Gas Co.). Notice of application to Board of Trade. Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Bristol Gas (Bristol Gas Co.) Purchase of lands, purchase of Bristol Gaslight Co., their undertakings, lands etc., alter and renew gas holders etc.  Q\RUp/660  24 April 1933

Contents:
3 25" maps of Bristol area showing new lands. O.S. 1" map showing area of supply, existing premises and new lands. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Weston Super Mare District Council - Construction of waterworks, street works, new lands, etc.  Q\RUp/661  4 Nov 1933

Contents:
Engineers: Sir Alex. Binnie & Son & Deacon Herbert Lapworth Partners, H.A. Brown.
Parishes: Weston Super Mare, Banwell
Plans, sections, book of reference, notice of application for Acts, Bill to empower Weston Super Mare District Council.

Weston Super Mare Gas (no.2) (Weston Super Mare Gaslight Co.) - Purchase of Burnham Gas Co. Ltd. and Highbridge Gas Co. Ltd., transfer of their undertakings, extension of area of supply, alter and extend gasworks etc.  Q\RUp/662  21 Dec 1933

Contents:
O.S. 25" Map of Burnham showing Gas works,
O.S. 25" Map of Highbridge showing Gas works,
O.S. 1" Map showing existing area of supply, proposed area of extension, area supplied by Burnham & Highbridge Gas Companies & all gas works.
Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by B.O.T.

Bridgwater Corporation  Q\RUp/663  30 Apr 1935

Contents:
New water works, New sewage disposal
Engineers: E.A. Sandford, R.A. Watson.
Parishes: Charlinch, Durleigh, Enmore, Goathurst, Bridgwater, Bridgwater Without.
Plans, sections, book of reference, Act of Parliament. Corresp. about application between Town clerk, Catchment Boards Assoc. and Sir Ernest Hiley (Parliamentry agent)

Bath Gas (Bath Gas Co.)  Q\RUp/664  20 May 1935

Contents:
Purchase of Melksham Gas Light & Coke Co. transfer undertakings, extension of area of supply etc. Alteration of usage of lands.
O.S. 25" map of Melksham showing gas works and lands to be used.
Composite O.S. 1" map showing existing boundaries of supply, proposed additional areas, Melksham Gas Co. area, existing gas works and proposed works. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Minehead Gas (Minehead Gas Light and Coke Co.) - supply of gas in Minehead area etc., new gas works, new lands, pension fund etc.  Q\RUp/665  3 Oct 1935

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Minehead showing existing gasworks.
Two full colour O.S. 1" maps of Minehead District (dated 1931)
1) showing existing area of supply, proposed area of supply
2) existing area of supply and works.
Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Midsomer Norton Gas (Midsomer Norton Gas Co.Ltd.) - extension of supply, purchase of Radstock Gas Co., erect, maintain and supply works, convert lands etc.  Q\RUp/666  17 Oct 1935

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Midsomer Norton showing existing gas lands and new conversions.
O.S. 1" map, showing existing area of supply, proposed extension, area supplied by Radstock Gas Co., existing works, lands for new works. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Southern Railway - roadworks, bridge widening  Q\RUp/667  18 Nov 1935

Contents:
Parishes: Burnham, Templecombe
Plans, sections, book of reference

Dorset, Somerset & Wilts.County Boundaries  Q\RUp/668  19 Dec 1935

Contents:
(Alteration between the three Counties)
3 folded and bound composite O.S. 6" maps.
1) showing part of Wayford transferred from Somerset to Dorset.
2) showing part of Purse Caundle transferred from Dorset to Somerset.
3) showing part of Southwick transferred from Wilts. to Somerset.

Great Western Railway (additional Powers, additional provisions.)  Q\RUp/669  25 Feb 1936

Contents:
Parishes: Bishops Lydeard, Milverton, Oake, Norton Fitzwarren, Bishops Hull.
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Taunton Gas (Taunton Gas Light & Coke Co.)  Q\RUp/670  17 April 1936

Contents:
Transfer undertakings of llminster Gas Light Coal and Coke Co. Ltd, the Milverton Lighting Assoc., and Wiveliscombe Gas Light & Coke Co. Ltd. to Taunton Gas Light & Coke Co. Winding up of affairs of above, extension of area of supply, change Co. name to Taunton District Gas co., maintain, renew, etc. gas works, new usage of lands.
4 O.S. 25" maps showing:
1)land at Croford for gas storage
2)land at Cross for manufacture of gas
3)land near Preston Bowyer for manufacture of gas
4)land at Wiveliscombe for manufacture of gas
6 O.S. 1" maps showing present area of supply, proposed new area, areas supplied by Ilminster and Wiveliscombe Co.'s, and lands for storage of gas. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Minehead & Dunster Electricity (Minehead Electric Supply Ltd.) Supply of electricity to Porlock area  Q\RUp/671  6 June 1936

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and streets to be supplied within a specific time. Draft Special Order by Electricity Commission.

Bath Gas (no.2) Incorporation of Frome Gas Co. and extension of area of supply.  Q\RUp/672  5 June 1936

[O.S. 1" map - torn]

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Frome showing lands for manurfacture of gas.
Composite O.S. 1" map showing existing areas of supply, the area supplied by the old Melksham Gas Co. (see Q/RUp 664), areas's supplied by Frome Gas Co., works and proposed new works. Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Taunton Corporation - new reservoir, waterworks, new lands etc., extend limits of supply.  Q\RUp/673  18 Nov 1936

Contents:
Engineers: Rofe & Rafferty
Parishes: West Buckland, Pitminster
Plans, sections, book of reference, Bill, receipt, signed by Clerk of Peace.

Clevedon Water - construction of additional waterworks, extend limits of supply.  Q\RUp/674  26 Nov 1936

Contents:
O.S. 1" map showing existing area of supply, additional area of supply and works.
Plans, sections, Provisional Order by Ministry of Health.

Bath Corporation - Royal Mineral Water Hospital and Pulteney Bridge (new lands) street improvements etc.  Q\RUp/675  29 Nov 1935

Contents:
Engineer: F.P.Sissions
Plans, sections, book of reference, Bill empowering Corporation.

Somerset And Wiltshire Order  Q\RUp/676  8 Dec 1936

Contents:
(GP/D/22/137)
Folded and Bound, composite O.S. 1" map showing existing county boundary, proposed boundaries, part of Southwick to be transferred to Somerset. Provisional Order by Ministry of Health.

Sherborne Gas (Sherborne Gas & Coke Ltd.) supply of gas, maintain works, purchase of lands etc.  Q\RUp/677  13 Feb 1937

Contents:
O.S. 25" map showing lands used for works.
O.S. 1" map showing area of supply (inner area) and gas lands.
Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Martock & District Gas (Martock & District Gas Consumers Co.Ltd.) supply of gas, erect, maintain etc. works, new lands, houses, etc.  Q\RUp/678  28 June 1937

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Martock showing Gas Co. lands.
2 O.S. 1" maps showing area of supply and gas works.
Notice of application to Board of Trade and Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Bath Gas (Bath Gas Co.) Transfer undertaking from Calne Gas, supply to Calne Area, new areas, new land.  Q\RUp/679  7 July 1938

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Calne showing gas works, composite O.S. 1" map showing existing limits of supply, proposed limits, Calne limits, existing works of Bath and Calne and proposed new works. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Glastonbury Gas (Glastonbury & District Gas Co.Ltd.) Transfer of undertaking from Borough supply to Glastonbury and Street. New Land.  Q\RUp/680  15 June 1938

Contents:
2 O.S. 25" maps:
1) showing lands to be used for gas in Glastonbury
2) showing lands to be used for gas in Street
O.S. 1" map showing area of supply and gas works. Draft Special Order by Board of Trade, Order by Board of Trade, 14 July 1939.

Crewkerne Gas (Crewkerne Gas & Coke Co.) Supply gas to parts of Dorset and Somerset, etc.  Q\RUp/681  20 June 1938

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Crewkerne showing gas lands
4 O.S. 1" maps showing area of supply. Notice of application to Board of Trade, Draft Special Order by Board of Trade.

Taunton Corporation- waterworks, pumping station & reservoir, etc., new lands.  Q\RUp/682  18 Nov 1939

Contents:
Engineers: Rofe & Rafferty
Parishes: Otterford, Pitminster.
2 sets of plans, sections, books of reference. Bill 4 Dec. 1939.
2 sets amended plan, section, amended books of reference, 18 April 1940

Clevedon and Yatton Gas (Clevedon Gas Co.) - purchase undertakings of Yatton Gas, transfer supply, extend limits of supply, and new areas, use and convert lands. Purchase additional lands and houses.  Q\RUp/683  2 Feb 1937

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Clevedon showing gas lands, O.S. 25" map of Yatton showing gas lands. O.S. 1" map showing existing area of supply, extended area of supply, area supplied by Yatton Gas, existing works and proposed works. Notice of Application to Board of Trade, Draft Order by Board of Trade.

Bristol Waterworks, pumping station, new works, new provisions, land for sewage works, power to acquire lands, etc.  Q\RUp/684  18 Nov 1938

Contents:
Engineers: A.M.Patterson, T. & S.Hawksley, John Taylor & Sons
Parishes: Chew Magna, Chew Stoke, Compton Martin, West Harptree, Winford, Dundry, East Harptree, Hinton Blewett, Norton Malreward.
2 copies plans, sections. Map of area, book of reference, Bill.

Shaftsbury, Gillingham, & District Gas - supply of gas, usage of lands for gas works etc.  Q\RUp/685  12 Dec 1942

Contents:
O.S. 25" map of Shaftsbury showing lands for gas works, etc. O.S. 25" map of Gillingham showing lands for gas works etc. O.S. 1" map showing area of supply.
Notice of application to Ministry of Fuel and Power, Draft Special Order by Ministry of Fuel and Power. Description of lands to be used for works etc.

Weston Super Mare Gas (Weston-super-Mare Gas Co.) additional area of supply etc.  Q\RUp/686  Sept 1946

Contents:
Composite O.S. 1" map showing existing area of supply, proposed extension of supply and gas lands.

Bristol Waterworks  Q\RUp/687  3 Nov 1948

Contents:
Order by Ministry of Health (alteration of wording in 1939 Act)

Yeovil Rural District Council Water Order  Q\RUp/688  7 April 1949

Conditions of access: MISSING

West Gloucestershire Water Company Alterating rates and charges  Q\RUp/689  19 May 1949

Contents:
Copy application for Order to Ministry of Health.

Bath Extension (extension of city boundaries)  Q\RUp/690  18 Nov 1949

2 copies.

Contents:
2 O.S. 3" maps showing existing city boundaries, proposed city boundaries and proposed Bathavon Rural District Boundary. Bill

British Transport Commission including diversion of footpath  Q\RUp/691  14 Nov 1952

Contents:
Parish in Somerset: Radstock
Plans, section, Bill.

Weston Super Mare - Grand Pier  Q\RUp/692  16 Nov 1953

Contents:
Plan, section (all roads named), book of reference.

Bath Corporation Waterworks  Q\RUp/693  1 Jan 1954

Contents:
4 Plan/Section (25") showing waterworks, mains, types of soil etc.

Bath Corporation Waterworks  Q\RUp/694  19 Feb 1954

Contents:
Parish: Bathampton
2 Plan/Section, showing distribution.

Bristol Waterworks (18 Nov. 1938)  Q\RUp/695  Feb 1955

Conditions of access: MISSING

Contents:
Plans, sections of intended works, lands to be acquired.

British Transport Commission Act (1954)  Q\RUp/696  28 Oct 1954

Conditions of access: MISSING

Gloucestershire County Council - various Powers  Q\RUp/698  13 Oct 1955

Contents:
Bill.

British Transpoort Commission Bill  Q\RUp/699  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: MISSING

West Gloucestershire Water Order (1955)  Q\RUp/700  20 Jan 1956

Conditions of access: MISSING

West Gloucestershire Water (Financial Provisions((1955)  Q\RUp/701  20 Jan 1956

Conditions of access: MISSING

British Railways - Weir and culvert at Bridgwater  Q\RUp/702  13 Nov 1968

Contents:
Engineer: F.R.L. Barnwell
Parishes: Bridgwater, North Petherton
Plan, section.

Bristol Corporation - new lands for public buildings  Q\RUp/703  17 Nov 1967

Contents:
Engineers: T.L. Martin, Posford, Pavry & Partners.
Parishes: Portbury, Easton in Gordano
Plans and sections. (land nr. river Avon)

Bristol Corporation (West Docks)  Q\RUp/704  19 Nov 1970

Contents:
Engineers: T.L. Martin, Rendel, Palmer & Tritton
Parishes: Portbury, Easton in Gordano
Plans, sections, book of reference.

Yeovil Rural District council water - reservoir  Q\RUp/705  Nov 1976

Contents:
(3 parts)
Engineers: Herbert Lapworth & Partners
Parish: Sutton Bingham
Plans. 25" O.S. map showing Rural District boundary, works under construction and proposed works. Map of 1949 proposal. Complete set of small, large scale plans and sections, and tracings and drawings.

Taunton Corporation- Clatworthy reservoir  Q\RUp/706  Nov 1976

Contents:
Engineers: Rofe & Rafferty, W.J. Wonnacott.
Plans, sections.

MISCELLANEOUS  Q\Rz  [n.d.]

Returns sent to the Secretary of State  [no ref. or date]

Declarations by owners of printing presses that they will not be used for printing seditious material. Pursuant to Act 39 George III (1798-1799) for suppressing seditious societies.  Q\Rz/1  1854-1868

1 bdl.

Returns from Petty Sessions sent to Clerk of the Peace  [no ref. or date]

List of beer licences granted in Bath District, 1854; orders made at Petty Sessions to repair highways, 1860-1861; certificate of Justices enabling the Guardians of Williton Union to contract for a supply of firewood, 1884; order of Justices quashing rate assessment for Somerton, 1886; bastardy return, Crewkerne Division (detailed), 1888; conviction of poacher, Long Ashton Division, 1896.  Q\Rz/2  1854-1896

16 docts.

Various  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to appointment of 'meresmen' from each parish to assist the Ordnance Surveyors in determining parish boundaries and inspection of Enclosure Awards by the Surveyors (names of 'meresmen' stated): bdl. 5., parishes A-L; bdl. 6., parishes M-Y.  Q\Rz/3-5  1880-1885

3 bdls.

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