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Parish Register
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Parish Register

Extract from The Poole Pilot April 1868
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Particulars of Costs of Building Lagland St. Chapel in 1760

This document contains the costs of building the new Lagland Street Chapel, and lists of donors/donations and of pew subscriptions in the new Chapel. It contains some interesting footnotes that cover: the weights and measures of the period; the form of leasehold; and the meaning of some archaic terms associated with its construction, and certain aspects of social history embedded within the accounts. SSCC
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Patey Memorial
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Patey, Patey Memorial

Museum Ref No: Canmem5Patey
Patey Memorial photographed in Canford Church, June 2015 Information included: .Also to the memory of Lieut Commander Russell Patey R.N. The beloved eldest son of the above G E Patey and L his wife. He fell a victim to arduous duties on the coast of Africa at The island of Ascenssion ( Where he lies Buried) on the 4th of March 1852 in the 35th year of his useful life and the 22nd of constant active service in most parts of the World, his last was rendered a few weeks before in Command of Her Majesty’s Steamer Bloodhound at the conquest of Lagos in which during the two days engagement his gallantry and talents were officially mentioned by the Commander in Chief as “BEYOND ALL PRAISE” He possessed the noblest of natures ever humane and generous ,as brave and highly talented and most kind and affectionate in all the ties of life. This tablet was erected by his sorrowing and afflicted widow Augusta Ross Patey
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Phipard Memorial
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Phipard, Phipard Memorial

Museum Ref No: Stjamem7Phipard
Phipard Memorial photographed in St. James’ Church, Poole, September 2015 Information included: In Memory of Sir William Phipard Knight Who represented the Town & County of Poole in Parliament. He departed this Life January 23rd 1723 aged 73 And of Dame Mary his Wife Who died May 1st 1725 aged 44 Also of George Phipard Their Son Who died August 28th 1739 aged 24 Also of Elizabeth Phipard their Grandaughter Who died February 4th 1767 aged 17 Also of John Phipard another Son of the above named Sir William & Dame Mary and Father of the said Elizabeth Phipard Who died April 10th 1774 aged 63 Having by his Will orderd this Monument to be erected. Near this Place lie the Remains of Elizabeth Wife of William Cleeves late Merchant of this Town Daughter of the above named Sir William and Dame Mary Phipard Who died March 31st 1769 aged 55 Also of William Phipard Esquire eldest Son of the above named Sir William and Dame Mary who died December 27th 1788 Aged 80 Years
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Poole Newspaper Index

Index of newspapers compiled by volunteers in the Poole Local History Centre. Includes the Dorset County Chronicle for the years 1824 to 1829 and the Poole and Dorset Herald for the years 1846 to 1859. Shipping Lists are also included for 1824 to 1859
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Poole People Index

The Poole People Index is a useful finding aid which covers a number of sources including: 1841 Census for Canford Magna and Poole St. James. 1851 Census for Canford, Gt. Canford, Hamworthy, Kinson, Longfleet, Oakley and Parkstone. 1891 Census for Longfleet and Poole. Parish registers for Canford Magna, Hamworthy and St. James. Skinner Street United Reform Church records. Poole Quaker marriages. The index was created by a joint project of Poole Museum Service and the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS.
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Poole Presbyterian Baptisms 1760-1783

A transcription of Poole Presbyterian Baptisms 1760-1783. Compiled by Poole Museum Volunteers. Original is in the Beamish Collection, Poole Museum. PRS.
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Poole Union Workhouse Census 1841

A transcription of the 1841 Census for Poole Union Workhouse created by a joint project of Poole Museum Service and the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS
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Presentment submitted to the Judge of Assizes in 1681

The presentment (a complaint or request) was submitted by the Grand Jury of Dorset to the Judge of Assizes in 1681, complaining about the rector of St. James' Church, Poole, Rev. Samuel Hardy. Hardy had been a controversial choice because of his dissenting views and theology - St James Church being Church of England. Hardy was ejected on 3 August 1682, following a further complaint.
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Memorial
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Ronaldson, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0488
Memorial to Private John K. Ronaldson of the Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders, who died on 11th July 1918 in Cornelia Hospital of wounds received in France, age 24 years. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker
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