A History of St. Andrew`s Church, Charmouth

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SYDENHAM F.VERE/Obit, 19th Feby, 1803/aged 42 years/" At the remembrance of thy worth/Friendship drops a tear". + Gibbs.Ft.Axm.

Sydenham Frampton Vere of Ilminster to Richard Bovet and Franklin Sealy Bridge in the profession of a surgeon and apothecary for a term of 5 yrs., 1777. Deed of partnership between Richard Bovet and Franklin Sealy Bridge, both surgeons of Wellington, for a term of 10 yrs. with a list of 'good and doubtful debts' attached [approx 550 persons, some occupations given, together with the parishes of abode of those residing outside of Wellington], 1787.

Vere Townshend was the daughter of Sir Roger Townshend , 1st Bt. and Mary de Vere . 1 She married Sir Ralph Hare , 1st Bt. , son of Sir John Hare and Hon. Elizabeth Coventry . 1 She died, without issue. 1
      Her married name became Hare. 1
Sir John Sydenham , 1st Bt. married Anne Hare , daughter of Sir John Hare and Hon. Elizabeth Coventry . 1
      He gained the title of 1st Baronet Sydenham, of Brimpton, Somerset.
Heplizibah Vere of Humister, Somerset (widow and administratrix of Sydenham Frampton Vere, clerk, deceased, late of Humister)
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Level Item
Ref No DD\SW/2/3
Title Deeds relating to lands in Curry Rivel.
Description Including a release of a messuage in Water Street from George Sprackett of Stoke sub Hamdon, mason, to William Hoyte of Curry Rivel, and mortgages and assignments of mortgage for lands in Curry Rivel and Langport Westover, involving the Hoyte family, the Rev. William Speke of Jordans, Ashill, Sydenham Frampton Vere , and John Weech of Dulverton, gent., 1775-1806.
Date 1758-1806
Extent 14
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Level Item
Ref No DD\WEL/7
Title Bridge family apprenticeship indenture.
Description Binding Sydenham Frampton Vere of Ilminster to Richard Bovet and Franklin Sealy Bridge in the profession of a surgeon and apothecary for a term of 5 years, 1777. Deed of partnership between Richard Bovet and Franklin Sealy Bridge, both surgeons of Wellington, for a term of 10 years with a list of 'good and doubtful debts' attached [approximately 550 persons, some occupations given, together with the parishes of abode of those residing outside of Wellington], 1787.
Date 1777, 1787
Extent 2