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Canford School, Canford Magna
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Canford School, Canford Magna

Museum Ref No: E9_0015
Canford School, Canford Magna. Coach and four, gateway behind.
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Canford School, Canford Magna
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Canford School, Canford Magna

Museum Ref No: E9_0014
Canford School, Canford Magna. General view of exterior from across grounds.
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Carter's Athletic FC
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Carter's Athletic FC

Museum Ref No: Bristowe1_25
Carter's Athletic FC with trophy 1909/10 From the Ernest Bristowe collection
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Catalina FP287, wreckage after crash
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Catalina FP287, wreckage after crash

Museum Ref No: BEAM_0017
Wreckage of BOAC Catalina aircraft which crashed off the SE corner of Long Island in Poole Harbour when returning from a training flight. Pilot F/O P R Duff. 210 Squadron Hamworthy. Details of crew given, of whom 8 were killed, 4 injured. 23.3.1943. B/W photograph. JPBC
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Catholic Clergy - Chronological

A list of members of the Catholic clergy, organised by date.
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Catholic Clergy A - Z

A list of known members of the Catholic Clergy in Poole, listed A - Z.
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Charities

Museum Ref No: PLA 942.337
History of the Town and County of Poole by John Sydenham, Poole, Sydenham, 1839 Pages 406-426
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Charles van Raalte and family
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Charles van Raalte and family

Museum Ref No: AH_CvanRaalte_&_Family_Swimming
Photograph of Charles van Raalte (bald head) and family swimming off Brownsea. From the Andrew Hawkes collection.
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Charter of Charles II 1666
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Charter of Charles II 1666

Museum Ref No: DC-PL/A/1/14
Charter of Charles II 1666, held at Dorset History Centre (DC-PL/A/1/14). Confirmation of the 1568 charter with additional privileges including the election of four constables; the election of Anthony Ettricke [of Holt Lodge, Wimborne] as recorder for life; the major, recorder and 4 burgesses to elect JPs; the right to hold the court of Quarter Sessions; the sheriff and water-bailiff to be elected from the in-burgesses; fish caught in the liberty to be sold at the Fish Shambles; rates to be levied to support bridges, walls and banks; all offices to take the oath of allegiance and supremacy; and the recorder and town clerk to be appointed by the King. Associated documents: Letters patent (DC-PL/A/1/14/1); Copy translation of the charter of Charles II, with several gaps in the text (DC-PL/A/1/14/2).
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Charter of Elizabeth I 1568
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Charter of Elizabeth I 1568

Museum Ref No: DC-PL/A/1/13/2
Charter of Elizabeth I 1568, held at Dorset History Centre (DC-PL/A/1/13). Letters patent including an Inspeximus and Confirmation of the 1433 Henry VI, 1453 Henry VI, 1462 Edward IV and the 1511 Henry VIII charters with additional privileges including the rights of an incorporated corporation with a major, two bailiffs, burgesses and commonalty; the right to hold various markets such as the County Court, General Sessions, Court of Pie Powder and Weekly Court; the right to imprison; the right to elect a mayor, bailiffs, sheriff, coroner and two constables of the Staple; and the authority to purchase land. Associated documents: Petition requesting that Poole be granted separate county status as well as a list of other privileges they wished to obtain (DC-PL/A/1/13/1); Letters patent (DC-PL/A/1/13/2); Undated copy translation of the charter of Elizabeth I - unfit for production (DC-PL/A/1/13/3) Transcription from 'History of Dorset' by Rev. John Hutchings.
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