8 edition of The particular description of the county of Somerset. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Drawn up by Thomas Gerard of Trent, 1633. Ed. by E. H. Bates.|
|Series||Somerset Record Society. [Publications], vol. 15|
|Contributions||Bates, E. H. ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.S49 S5 vol. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 262 p.|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||13007730|
In Thomas Gerard of Trent recorded, in The Particular Description of the County of Somerset, for the location of Jurdan: “Deserves remembrance also, for that it gave the same name unto the ancient Lords of it, of which William de Jordan who lived in Edward the third's time left by his wife daughter and heire of John de Lourney, two. An illustrated history of the county of Somerset: Rutter's Delineations of the North Western Division of the County of Somerset seems to have been the only such book in publication, and was, as the title indicates, limited in geographical scope. Somerset (England) -- Description and travel. Somerset (England) -- Guidebooks. The particular description of the county of Somerset, drawn up by Thomas Gerard of Trent, , Somerset Record Society Publications, 15 () Weaver, F.W. ed., Somerset medieval wills. First Series: , Somerset Record Society Publications, 16 () Green, E., Pedes finium, commonly called Feet of Fines, for the county of Somerset.
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Somerset: The particular description of the county of Somerset by Gerard, Thomas, ; Bates, E. (Edward Harbin), ed. Somerset, administrative, geographic, and historic county of southwestern England.
It is bordered to the northwest by the Bristol Channel, to the north by Gloucestershire, to the east by Wiltshire, to the southeast by Dorset, and to the southwest by Devon.
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Somerset (/ ˈ s ʌ m ər s ɛ t / or locally / ˈ z ʌ m ər z ɛ t /; archaically, Somersetshire) is a county in South West England which borders Gloucestershire and Bristol to the north, Wiltshire to the east, Dorset to the south-east and Devon to the south-west.
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General-content county map showing buildings in rural areas, householders' names in rural areas, and selected property boundaries with owners' names in 2 townships.
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Sir Edmund Cheyne (d/83) of Poyntington in Somerset, was a Member of Parliament and served as Warden of the Channel Islands Origins. He was the eldest son and heir (by his first wife) of Sir William Cheyne (d) of Poyntington. His younger half-brother (by his father's second wife Joan Gorges, a.
In Thomas Gerard of Trent recorded, in The Particular Description of the County of Somerset, for the location of Jurdan: “Deserves remembrance also, for that it gave the same name unto the ancient Lords of it, of which William de Jordan who lived in Edward the third’s time left by his wife daughter and heire of John de Lourney, two.
[source: The Particular Description of the County of Somerset] - In the sheriff of Somerset was directed to divide the lands of Thomas de Campo Florida (de Chamfloyre), deceased, between his widow Nichola, remarried to William le Waleis, his daughter Joan, wife of Ralph le Waleis, and Matilda, then unmarried (Assize Rolls, No.
S.R.S. Collections towards a description of the County of Devon, Izacke, Richard. An Alphabetical Register of divers persons of the county of Devon,  cf; Cary, Henry Grosvenor. The Cary Family in England, Boston,  Gerard, Thomas. Particular Description of the County of Somerseted E H Bates, Somerset Record Soc, Somerset’s flag was registered on July 4ththe day it was announced as the winning entry in a competition organised by a county law firm and local media.
Although the winner of the competition however, the design was basically traditional, having been used for the previous century by the local county council on its coat of arms and being derived from.
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Historical description of Somerset, England. Somerset or Somersetshire, a maritime county, bounded on the NW by the Bristol Channel, on the N by Gloucestershire, on the E by Wiltshire, on the SE by Dorsetshire, on the S by Dorsetshire and Devonshire, and on the W by Devonshire.
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