Dorset in the 1800s

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  1. The first known settlement of Dorset was by Mesolithic hunters, who returned to Britain at a time when it was still attached to Europe by a land-bridge, around 12,500 BC. The population was very small, maybe only a few thousand across the whole of Britain, and concentrated along the coast: in Dorset, such places as the Isle of Purbeck, Weymouth, Chesil Beach and Hengistbury Head, and along the.
  2. This map of Dorset is from the 1583 edition of the Saxton atlas of England and Wales. This atlas was first published as a whole in 1579. It consists of 35 coloured maps depicting the counties of England and Wales. The atlas is of great significance to British cartography as it set a standard of cartographic representation in Britain and the.
  3. Sir Joshua Reynolds, (1723-1792) Colonel the Hon. Stephen Digby (1742-1800) oil on canvas, c. 1763 Married to Lucy Fox-Strangways from another Dorset aristocratic family, Colonel Stephen Digby was appointed Queen Charlotte's vice-chamberlain in 1782
  4. Dorset (/ ˈ d ɔːr s ɪ t /; archaically: Dorsetshire) is a county in South West England on the English Channel coast. The ceremonial county comprises the unitary authority areas of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole and Dorset.Covering an area of 2,653 square kilometres (1,024 sq mi), Dorset borders Devon to the west, Somerset to the north-west, Wiltshire to the north-east, and Hampshire.

Dorset, England, Poor Law Settlement and Removal Records, 1682-1862: 20,568: View all Dorset data collections. Search for historical records for ancestors in Dorset. Search. Select another country Narrow By Region. Select a region to view its unique collections. Bedfordshire; 14. OUR friends at the Dorset History Centre in Dorchester have drawn our attention to this essential handbook from the 1800s.. Edward Boswell's Survey of The Civil Divisions of the County of Dorset. Parish Registers. Church (or parish) registers were introduced in 1538 and contain records of baptisms and burials (as distinct from births and deaths) and, of course, marriages. Although many early registers have been lost over the years, a surprising number still exist. Today, very few registers, other than those which are still in use, are. It gives a fascinating insight into life in one of Dorset's small towns in the middle of the 19th century. Trade directories were developed in London in the 1670s and by this time were widely available, listing towns and villages, their principal inhabitants, businessmen and tradesmen

Of Gloves and Silk. Feb 6th, 2010. by Dorset Ancestors. There is a record of glove-making in Dorset as early as the 14th century and the industry was certainly an established trade in Bridport in the 15th and 16th centuries. Glovers were also working in Beaminster, Cerne Abbas, Bere Regis and Sturminster William LUSH of Poole, Dorset, was married to Catherine ANTLE of Brigus in the early 1800s The Dorset coastline is famous for a number of reasons: the views, the stunning marine life, the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site with its 185 million years' worth of history. But its more modern history gives Dorset another interesting tale to tell. Many people are familiar with England's smuggling heritage Dorset History Centre houses the joint archives service for Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole, and the Dorset Local Studies Collection There is a guide to parish registers on the website, and many catalogues of parishes, schools, estate and business archives are available in the former Access to Archives data now in The National Archives' Discovery databas In 1804, Robert (and presumably his family) appears to have been leasing Chamberland's Farm, at Wool, Dorset, from Thomas Sabine, which suggests he may have been a farmer or farm labourer

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  1. FRY family in East Creech - (East Creech - Dorset) Looking for members of the William Fry family who lived in East Creech in the mid 1800s. His family were FRYs from Furzebrook. He married a Louisa and had 7 childre
  2. The organ was replaced in 1851 and again in 1886, the interior and vestries were renovated and reseated in 1880 and some alterations made to the galleries in 1886. (W. Densham and J. Ogle, The Story of the Congregational Churches of Dorset (Bournemouth, 1899).
  3. 42.5 miles from Dorset, VT. The Crandall House was built in the 1800s by unsuccessful stockbroker Sylvester Crandall for himself and his wife Julie. Legend has it that the two fought incessantly over money, and Sylvester was often seen by himself in the house's cupola. In 1887, Julia's mother, sister and stepsister came to take Read more

Poole. Fishermen, Mariners & Seamen of Poole 1701-1800 Transcribed & donated to Dorset OPC Project by Thomas Cole with contributions by Jillian Lea Thread wrapped or crocheted buttons made by cottage industries in the late 1800s . Traditional crafts that lasted for many years prior to the creation of the button machines. Pasementarie or dorset buttons as they are known were sewn from under shank through the thread. These are full thread no car Dorset Romany Families; Barnes/Barney Family; Barnes/ Barney & Light family; Barnes Family Pictur; Grais & Juk's; Your Contributions; Cole In Census; Nevi/Wesh/New Forest; Romanies who Emigrat; U.S.A. & Our Folki; Transported Romanies; 1841/1851 Census; 1841/1851 Census 2; Mixed Census; 1861Census; 1861 census 2; 1861/1871 Census; 1871 Census. Reproductions of old maps of towns in Vermont from the county atlases published in the late 1800s. Addison County maps are reproduced from the Atlas of Addison County, published in 1871 by F. W. Beers.. Bennington County maps are reproduced from the Atlas of Bennington County, published in 1869 by F. W. Beers.. Caledonia County maps are reproduced from the Atlas of Caledonia County, published. Key aspects of England in the 1800s include the large scale shifting of the population to the cities and towns. Also during this time, the Industrial Revolution led to the increase of factories and machine-made goods. When the first census took place in 1801, only about 20 percent of the population lived in towns

The vast majority of dairy farmers sold their milk to creameries in the late 1800's. Only five farms in the 1880 reported making cheese on their farm, these farms were large, the smallest milking sixteen dairy cows. [9] There were two creameries in Dorset in the late 19 th century. One was started around 1870 by Augustin B. Armstrong, on the way into Dorset Hollow; the other was that of the. Dorset Hollow, a community of magnificent townhome residences, is conveniently located in Morris Township NJ.The community is a great place to live, raise a family, relax and enjoy life! The community is located just minutes from the convenience and culture of vibrant downtown Morristown, NJ

Dorset, in the heyday of smuggling, was of course a very rural and sparsely populated county, with much agrarian poverty. The business of importing goods, usually liquor, from cross-channel boats under the cover of darkness in order to flout excise regulations was a lucrative sideline that impoverished families living within a few miles of the. William Christopher was the eldest son of George and Jane Christopher and was born in Wareham in Dorset but baptised in the church of Lytchett Minster shown above on 7th December 1800. He was eventually to create his own dynasty of Christopher Families in Dorset. DORSET (1800-1826): In 1805, the year the battle of Trafalgar took place and when George III had been on the throne for over 45. tourist guides for Dorset towns; copies of various magazines, periodicals and journals including 'Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset' (an antiquarian journal starting in the late 1800s and continuing to the present day), Dorset Life, the Dorset Year Book and various family history publications Will of Ann CHURCHILL, Widow of Dorchester, Dorset [Note:- John Hutchins page 400 states she died 18th July 1722 she was the wife of John CHURCHILL (1657-1709) Esq of Colliton and Fordington, and buried at Kimmeridge in Dorset on 20th July 1722] Dated 06 July 1720 Proved 08 Aug 1722: PROB 11/58 Dorchester. 1611 John Speed in the The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Dorset. 1610 John Speed in the The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Dorset Shire. 1626 John Bill in An Abridgment of Camden's Britannia. The Old Map Shop. Dorset. ca.1670 Pieter Van der Keere. A General map of Dorset Shire. 1673 Richard Blome in Britannia Robert Ross & Co

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  1. Shaftesbury, a market town, a municipal borough, and three parishes in Dorsetshire. The town stands 2¾ miles SSW of Semley station on the L. & S.W.R., and 11½ N of Blandford. It is alleged by Holinshed to have been founded about 1000 years before the Christian era, by Brampton to have been founded in the time of Julius Caesar, and was known.
  2. St. Mary (parish church). The parish church of St. Mary is an ancient edifice of stone, in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave of four bays, aisles, south porch and an embattled western tower with pinnacles containing 6 bells: the roof was entirely restored in 1890 at a cost of £1,700, and in 1897 the organ was renovated and a clock presented by E.C. and A. Clayton esqrs. to.
  3. Knowlton henges, Dorset: Form and Function. Knowlton: (Henge). Although the henge at Knowlton appears to be a fairly small construction, it is in fact one of the last surviving parts of a much larger prehistoric complex.. One of the most important complexes in Wessex. The remaining henge was Christianised in the 12th century with the construction of the Norman Church in the centre of the.

Bridport is a municipal borough on the river Brit 15 m. W. of Dorchester. It now includes parts of the parishes of Allington, Bradpole, Bothenhampton, Burton Bradstock and Symondsbury. The church, the Unitarian Chapel, the Town Hall, the Chantry and Downe Hall are the principal monuments Parish History [edit | edit source]. PIDDLETRENTHIDE, a village, a parish, and a liberty, in Dorset.The village stands on the River Piddle, near its head, 7 miles N of Dorchester railroad station. There is a Wesleyan chapel.. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July 1837 to the present day

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  1. ster Newton and Shaftesbury was the household production of 'Dorset buttons'. By the 1840s however even this option was threatened by the industrial manufacture of the pearl button
  2. Welcome to Lyme Regis, the 'Pearl of Dorset', situated at the heart of the world famous Jurassic Coast. Lyme Regis is an historic seaside resort and fishing port. Situated at the mouth of the river Lym in the county of Dorset , Lyme is first mentioned in 774 in connection with a manor granted by the West Saxon King Cynewulf to Sherborne Abbey
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  1. 1800: Birthplace: Dorset, England, United Kingdom: Death: April 28, 1883 (82-83) Dorset, England, United Kingdom. 1860 September 21, 1860. Birth of Wilson William Kettle. 1864 1864. Birth of Issac James Kettle. 1866 1866. Birth of Mary Ann Wells. 1869 1869. Birth of John Thomas Kettle.
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  3. Blandford Forum. Blandford Forum is a historic market town on the River Stour. A devastating fire in 1731 means that few buildings earlier than the 18th century survive in the town, beyond a row of 17th-century almshouses on Salisbury Street, and The Old House, built circa 1660. Blandford Forum, Dorset, England
  4. The life of William Dorsey Swann, the first drag queen who was born into slavery, is being told for the first time in a new book titled, The House of Swann. The images are file photos from 1903
  5. Parish History [edit | edit source]. PORTLAND (St. George), a parish, constituting the liberty of the Isle of Portland, in the union of Weymouth, Dorchester division of Dorset, 3 miles SSW from Weymouth.There are places of worship for Independents and Wesleyans.. Portland, Isle of, peninsula, in S of Dorset, 4 mile S of Weymouth and 50 miles SW of Southampton by rail
  6. Women and domestic service in Victorian society. In 1891 it was estimated that, country-wide, more than a million - that is, one in three women between the ages of fifteen and twenty - were in domestic service; kitchen maids and maids-of-all work (sometimes referred to as 'slaveys') were paid between £6 and £12 a year

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It was put politely that some of the other Dorset hunt masters, thought this a little ostentatious. He was Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant for Dorset, and for 34-years (on-and-off between 1841 and 1880) he was the M.P. for Wareham, although Hansard records that during that time he made precisely 0 speeches on behalf of the good. Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1 and 2, East Walls Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1 and 2, the Quay Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1 and 3, Mill Lane Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1, Church Lane Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1, North Street Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1, South Street Wareham Town, Dorset, BH20 II 1-5, Sandford Roa PROGRAMME 2018 - 2019. 2019. 15th May: Lilian Ladle - Trade around Poole Harbour: Bringing in and taking out the Goods, BC - AD (Note: this meeting will be held at the Masonic Hall). Our speaker in September will be Lilian Ladle MBE, who is a local historian and archaeologist who hails from the north east, having moved to Dorset in the 1960s West Dorset, UK - West Bay UK. West Bay Dorset Smuggling. Smuggling in England began during the reign of Edward II at the beginning of the 14th Century. Wool was in great demand in Europe and the Monarch saw an opportunity to exploit this trade by applying a tax to its export. Previously, all of England's imports and exports had been free NRA 30097 Beech House, South Molton. NRA 22192 Bent family of Bovey Tracey: corresp and papers link to online catalogue. NRA 14 Benthall family, baronets, of Benthall: family and estate papers. NRA 16791 Bernard family of Crowcombe, Somerset: family and Devon and Somerset estate papers

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Charlotte Rose abt 1800 Stalbridge, Dorset, England last edited 19 Jul 2021. Mary (Rose) Alston abt 1749 - 1782 managed by David Smith. Brian Rose 1950s managed by Brian Rose 406. Cenia (Rose) Jackman 04 Oct 1904 Kentucky, USA - 25 Feb 2000 for the first 100 years (1800-1900). The project has been expanded to include the ancestors of Weston's original residents as well as descending family groupings in so far as they are still connected to the village. Resource data for the project went beyond town records to include the 1850, 1860 census, vital record Jun 18, 2019 - Explore angel ochs's board 1800's postmortem photo's, followed by 256 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about post mortem photography, post mortem, post mortem pictures Name: Location: County: Year lost: Reason: Available info: Bedfordshire: Ampthill House: Ampthill: Bedfordshire: 1953: Su: Images : Battlesden House [I] Battlesden.

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Frederick Victor Rogers 10 Jun 1911 Ellendale, Dickey, North Dakota, United States - 19 Mar 2006 managed by Helen Gadd. John Rogers abt 06 Jul 1617 Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick, England - 09 May 1684 managed by Laurence Mohr. John Rogers 1843 Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland - 20 Dec 1901 managed by Ann Rogers Dorset, England, Church of England Confirmations, 1850-1921. This database contains images of Church of England confirmation records in registers from parishes in Dorset County. Dorset, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records. A collection of parish records in the county of Dorset, England from the 1500s to the 1800s

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Such, roughly speaking, is the condition of the agricultural labourer, or rather was his condition two years ago. It is obviously impossible in a paper of this extent to attempt to particularise, to define modifications, and to state the special position of different classes of farm labourers, e.g, of shepherds and carters Some Vermont Vital Records of the Early 19th Century compiled by John Elliott Bowman 6 Item Source Died, in Chelsea, [Vt.], on 11th ult., Col. Frye Bayley, a distinguished patriot of the Revolution, aged 78 According to Public Health England's latest figures, as of July 14, the total number of Delta variant cases in Dorset is 1,824. Dorset, which includes both BCP Council area and Dorset Council.

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Births, Marriages & Deaths. Baptisms, marriages and burials in Dorset from 1538 onwards. Search more than 1 million birth, marriage and death records from 1837-2006. The Dorset DCI lets you search and view death certificates for free. The certificates have been donated by family historians, and you can also donate a certificate if you wish Sturminster Newton, a small town and a parish in Dorsetshire. The town stands on the river Stour, with a station on the Somerset and Dorset railway, 120 miles from London, and 8½ NW of Blandford. It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Blandford. Dating from very early times, it is a seat of petty sessions, and has two banks. The Lees: early history In 1890 Baronet and MP Sir Elliott Lees bought land in Dorset and moved into South Lytchett Manor (now Lytchett Minster School). His second son, John, inherited the title after the death of the eldest son. Much of the Holton land was requisitioned by the Royal Navy for a cordite factory in World War 1 but the family retained East Holton Farm (later to become Holton Lee.

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Start your review of Different Tides: An 1800s historical romance set in Dorset, England. Write a review. Apr 11, 2016 Bree Verity rated it it was amazing · review of another edition. I really loved this novel - I was looking for a read with a strong hero and heroine, a great plot, excellent storytelling and above all else, romance The Black History in Dorset Project aims to explore the experiences of black people in Dorset. Behind the project is British-Ghanaian poet and historian Louisa Adjoa Parker. Here she describes.

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Dorset page of the 'Gazetteer of Market and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516' which provides information on the establishment and operation of markets and fairs from 7th century to 1516. Compiled from printed primary source material, most of which conssits of the records of the royal administration Dorset Genealogy. Dorset, maritime County, on south coast of England; is bounded north by Somerset and Wilts, east by Hants, south by the English Channel, and west by Devon; length, east and west, 52 miles; breadth, north and south, 37 miles; coastline, 75 miles; area, 627,265 acres; population 191,028. The main features of the coast are. The Dorset Marriage Index is a computerised index of marriages which took place in the old county of Dorset. Over a period of years, volunteer members of this society have transcribed the details of marriages from the register books of Dorset parishes, which contain entries made between 1538 ( the commencement of the earliest surviving registers) and 1837 (the start of Civil Registration of.