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Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on Coliton, in the foutheaft part of this county ; it was fome time the (eat and dwelling,....
" Coliton, in the foutheaft part of this county ; it was fome time the (eat and dwelling, as well as inheritance, of the moft noble family of the Courtenays, Earls of Devon, from whofe heirs general it was purchafed by Sir William's father, and fettled... "
Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon: By Sir William ... - Page ix
by Sir William Pole - 1791 - 568 pages
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The Baronetage of England: Containing a Genealogical and ..., Volume 1

Thomas Wotton - Baronetage - 1771 - 36 pages
...general it was purchafed by Sir William's father, and fettled upon this his fon, who new built it. Being thus fettled here, he lived in great reputation,...ornament to, and a very ufeful perfon in, his country, fcrving his Prince in the quality of a Juftice of Peace, (then cfteemed an honour,) and High Sheriff...
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The baronetage of England, or, The history of the English baronets, and such ...

rev. William Betham - 1801
...purchased by Sir William's father, and settled upon this his son, who new built it. Being thus settled here, he lived in great reputation, and became an ornament to, and a very useful person in his country, serving his prince in the quality of a justice of peace (then «steemed...
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An Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plymouth: From the ..., Volume 2

Francis Baylies - Massachusetts - 1866
...(during his father's life-time at. least) at Colcombe, in the parish of Coliton. Being thus settled here, he lived in great reputation, and became an ornament to, and a very useful person in, his county ; serving as Justice of the Peace, and High Sheriff in the last year of...
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The English Baronetage: Containing a Genealogical and Historical ..., Volume 2

Arthur Collins - Baronetage - 1741
...general it was purchafed by Sir William's father, and fettled upon this his fon, who new built it. Being thus fettled here, he lived in great reputation, and became an ornament to, and a very uieful perfon in, his country, ferving his Prince in the quality of a Juftice of Peace, (then efteemed...
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