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                            Mary Mason.B.A.


1883 Portishead May 9th.

Portishead Sanitary authority.

The first meeting of the new committee was held on Monday evening. There were present Messrs. F Weatherly, J Stanmore, J Davis, E Jarman,
W A Bessell, John Newton, W Cox. J Mitchell, W May, W Tuck and A T Bennett.
In the absence of the late chairman (the Rev J Stuart)  Mr F Weatherly was voted to the chair. Mr J B Walter was appointed chairman of the committee for the year and Mr A T Bennett, secretary.

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1789 Apr 21. To Let.
To be let to the best Bidder, on Monday the 4th of May next, at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, for a term of seven years from the 25th of March last, if the Estate and interest therein of a Lady aged 50 years shall so long continue.

Lot 1. Several closes and parcels of Meadow and Pasture land, containing upwards of 30 acres, situate in Clevedon, now tenated by Mr William Young, at the yearly rent of £42.

Lot 2. A Messuage or Tenement, Garden, Orchard and several closes and parcels of Meadow and Pasture land; containing 12 acres and upwards, situate in Portbury aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mrs Mary Moor at the yearly rent of £12.

Lot 3. A Messuage or Tenement, with two Orchards, two gardens, two acres of Coppice wood, and a Moiety of five acres of Land situate in Portishead, and now occupied by John Smith, Christoper Harris and Abraham Rizden, and others.
Immediade possession will be given by the Sheriff of Somersetshire

1873 April 5th. Overseers.
The following persons were appointed overseers for the ensuing year.
Abbotts Leigh, Charles Miles & Joseph Stone.
Backwell, Robert Horler & T Woolley.
Barrow Gurney, Robert Marshall & Thomas Burnell.
Bedminster, John Matthews & William Norris.
Flax Bourton, Thomas White & Thomas Jarrett.
Brockley, Edward Davis & Samuel Hardwick,
Chelvey, Charles Williams & Thomas Adams.
Clapton, John Lordon & William Perrott.
Dundry, Charles Brock & John Weaver.
Clevedon, John Maynard & William Cottle.
Kenn, William Avery & George Wallis.
Kingston Seymour, John Wallis & William Gage.
Long Ashton, George Froud & Edward Gough.
Nailsea, Richard Grey & George Hedges.
Portbury, William Kenn & James C Hurditch.
Portishead, Thomas Ashford & William May.
St. George, San Vowles jur & Thomas Hardwick.
Tickenham, John Winstone & John Pullin.
Walton in G. Joseph Harse & Thomas Coles.
Weston in G. Joseph Walker & John Spiny.
Winford, William Stallard & William Pearce.
Wraxall, William Child & Uriah Wookey.
Yatton, William Burge & John Seager Winter

Game-Duty 1787.
Names of Acting Game-keepers to whom certificates have been issued, between 1st July and the 10th October.

Abbott James. Long Ashton.
Billett John. Abbott’s Leigh
Mansfield James. Wraxall/Nailsea.
Davies Stephen. Clapton.
Rowles Robert. Portbury/Portishead.

Game Duty 1789.
Acting Game-keepers.
Bishop Joel. Worle.
Manfield James Wraxall/Nailsea.
Price James. Portishead.
Hollyman Thomas. Clevedon.
Rowles Robert. Portbury.
Taylor James. Yatton.

Game Duty 1788
Certificates issued :
Morgan Thos. Wilkins esq. St George.
Parnell Samuel Portbury.
Sheppard John. Kingston Seymour.

Coles Quarry Backwell

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