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This picture is from web site by Sharlotte Donnelly It does seem to match the below coat of arms of descendants of Thomas Glisson of England which includes Dr. Children and grandchildren of Walter Glisson of Bristol seem to be the first to use the spelling of Glisson, his sons Israel and William used both Gleson & Glisson but his grandchildren all seem to have used the spelling of Glisson. Thomas Sengelton of Stonham Parva, Sir Andrew Bryd, clerk (1) quitclaim to (2), 2 crofts called Melleclos with adjoining lane in Stonham Aspale, which (1) lately had jointly with (2) by demise of William Grenehood and William Mouney; to hold of chief lords of fee by accustomed services. S.; to hold of chief lords of fee by accustomed services. to Cecilia Hughes at Westminster, Saint Martin in the Fields, London Elizabeth Glysson married to Thomas Pryn in Bristol (note: Elizabeth dau of Walter Glisson & Joane Cooke, in Visitation of Somerset list Elizabeth married Thomas Price and in Visitation of Dorset it list him as Thomas Bryn, several familes of Pryn & Price in Bristol) Elizabeth Gleson female buried at Christ Church in Bristol, father Henry (note: dau of Henry Glisson & Mary Day) Ann Glysson buried at Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Martha Glyssen buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Ann Glysson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Ann Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Mary Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Caleb Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Joshua Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Mary Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary John Glysson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Elizabeth William Glison buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary John Glisson buried Wincanton, Somerset County ENG parents John & Mary Mary Glisson to Caniers Plaice on at Piddlehinton Jane Glisson to William Rake on at Marnhull Ann Glisson to ? Her marriage was witnessed by Samuel Glisson & William Wright. in Beaminster 1756 lived in Beaminster in 1758 was connected to Robert Glisson family.
to John Cole at Yoevil, Somerset Charlotte Gliston m. Robert Winter 1802=In 1738 these same lands were leased for 5 shillings, the parties being, in addition to the Bullocks, Richard Cayne of Stallbridge, hosier and his wife Elizabeth, Ann Everton of Crewkern, spinster and Mary Everton of Crewkern, spinster.
Given at Stonham Aspale, Sunday before feast of St Margaret the Virgin, 12 Hen. and land of John Andrew on E., abutting on both sides on land of Robert Stonham, esq.; 2 pieces of land lying between land of Stonham Aspale Rectory on both sides; and piece of land lying between land of said Rectory and land of Gilbert Feldegate. to Ann Goore at Liverpool, Saint Nicholas, Lancashire m. Ref#Q/SR/273/7 Title: Examination Description: Evidence given by Jeremiah Wadham of Wincanton in a case concerning an attack upon him, by a group of people, in which dirt was thrown at his door and William Downe made two holes in his coat with a Halbred. Charles Winter eldest son 1724-1736=1755 at Bishops Lydread=Dorothy Yea bur 1813 at Wiveliscombe sister of Sir William Yea 1727-1806 high sheriff of Somerset 4 sons none with issue C.
to Jonathan Lawrence at Sunderland, Durham William Glissing m. A release in fee of L500 regarding a marriage settlement and involving the same Parties and lands followed afterwards.
John Emrygale of Hadlegh (1) to (2), all lands and tenements in Batisford which they lately had by feoffment of William Pope of Nedham Market, as appears more fully in charter dated 9 Jun. Witnesses: Richard Bragstrete, Henry Lucas, William Baldry, Henry Parysh, John Cook and others. and highway called Peekham strete on N., 1 head abutting E. to Ann Dickinson at Liverpool, Saint Nicholas, Lancashire Edward Glison m. Beard had his men, Robert Brown and William Cuff, working for him removing bone material until the 29th May, 1838. There are many trenches and mined features along the plane of Sandford Hill that it would be difficult to identify the actual pit, many of which were worked as late as the mid-20th century.
Noble lord Henry Earl of Northumberland in Northumberland lease to George Swynborne Constable of Alnewyk all the Earl's lands and tenements called Snapehows and Hessylehows in Northumberland To hold to George and his assigns from Pentecost 1 Henry VIII for term of 20 years paying an annual rent of 46s.8d. ITEM, one little meadow within hedge contynin, about an aker and a halfe more or lesse, called the Lesser or Higher grove-meadow, alias The Lesser or Higher Purrocke, bounded on the East parte therof with the narrow lane leading to the widow Marian Burpotts howse called the Little Prestreet lane, on the West with a pasture of Mr. An outline description of the cave is to be found in Catcott's Diaries The cave was still accessible as late as 1794 when C. Once done and a rope belayed to a stake, the party commenced the descent. Our guide (whose father was the discoverer of the cave about fifty years ago) went in first; and, as I had been told there was no difficulty or danger, I readily followed; and, having slid down a steep slope for about six yards, found myself at the mouth of a very awkward black-looking pit, down which I was to swing by means of the rope.
1 garden in Bury suburbs outside Westgate (abuttals. Ed.; E: grange of John Bullok, & garden of Simon Waryn,; W: land of convent), (as in feoffment, dated 20 Mar. IV (1482/3), by John Bullok, wheelwright, John Mase, & Thomas Fuller, corvoser) Attorney for grantors: John Pyee. & William Helperby, bailiffs, Edmond Baker, Thomas Fuller, The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Northumberland Record Office Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, 2001-2006 To find out more about the archives described below, contact Northumberland Record Office , commissioners to the Rt. ITEM, one other close of pasture lying a little beyond the two closes aforesaid westward, containing about three akers more or lesse called The bean close, bounded on the East parte thereof with the Middlefield aforesaid, on the South and West with the highway leading from Burton street to Sturminster Newton and on the North with the highway aforesaid from Stallbride to Shaston. The lost cave was found by miners associated with and who accompanied Catcott on his visit on May 19th, 1757. (note 79) Accompanied by the farmer on whose land the cave entrance lay C. H met the guide who cleared the brambles spanning over the entrance.
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A dictionary of the Welch Language list Glesyn, am, dim, (glas) what is blue. Witnesses: Robert Feldegate, Hugh Baker, Robert Campe, John Brett, James Stede and others. Witnesses: William Feldegate, Hugh Bakere, Robert Cawmpe, of Stonham Aspale (1) to (2), piece of land lying in Stonham Aspale between land of Stonham Aspale Rectory on W. on land formerly of Robert Chener', other head abutting S. 1756 (I did not pay to get complete copy) Samuel Glisson to ? I believe after death of Grace, Samuel Glisson wife in 1765 in Beaminster that Samuel then removed back to Yeovil and he is the Samuel Glisson of Brimsmore who left will 1781 proved 1785of Beaminster, spinster Messuage, backside and garden in Yeovil, Penn Close, 2 closes called Brimsmore, Ashley Close, Larkhill Close and Walronds Close in Pitney and Yeovil, land in Green Moore, newly erected House, outhouses, backsides Garden near Brimsmore Tree, Brimsmore Close and 11 acres adjoining at Lilswell and acres in Green Moore, all in Yeovil Glisson, Gerrard, Coulthurst, Gundry, Chaffey.