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Adye Memorial
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Adye, Adye Memorial

Museum Ref No: Canmen1Adye
Adye Memorial photographed in Canford Church, June 2015 Information included: In Memoriam Henry Ralph Willete Adye Who Died At Pau Basses Pyrenees France of rapid Consumption on the 22nd April 1880 in the 23rd Year of his age. Eldest son of the Late Willett.Lawrence.Adye. Esquire J.P an D.L Formerly of Merly, County of Dorset: Deeply Lamented by his Bereaved Family and Sincerely Regretted by all who Knew Him. His remains are interred in the Family Vault in this Churchyard. Come be blessed of my Father. inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the Kingdom of the World Matt
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Brownsea Island Coastguards 1817-1866

List of coastguards stationed at Brownsea/Branksea Island and Poole Harbour 1817 to 1866 compiled from the Establishment Books held at Kew National Archive, Collection ADM 175. These Establishment Book records are available to download free of charge from the Kew National Archives website.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1751

Museum Ref No: CMR 1751
Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1751. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteers AC and KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1751- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1751. Transcription of High Street by J.O. HSH
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1753- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. Transcription of High Street. HSH
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1755

Museum Ref No: CMR 1755
Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1755. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteer KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1755- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1755. Transcription of High Street. HSH
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1758- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1758. Transcription of High Street. HSH
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1761- High Street

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1761. Transcription of High Street. HSH
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Fawconer Memorial
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Fawconer, Fawconer Memorial

Museum Ref No: Stjamem2fawconer
Fawconer Memorial photographed in St. James’ Church, Poole, September 2015 Information included: This Monument To The Memory of the Rev’d Samuel Fawconer M.A. Late Vicar of Osmington, and Twenty Years Minister of this Parish was erected August 27th1788 by Martha his surviving Widow. He was a Man of Strong Genius sound Erudition and of just taste. His determined perseverance in the Discharge of his parochial duties was such as commanded Respect. He died January the 23rd 1788 in the 61st Year of his Age. His remains and those of his first Wife Elizabeth Daughter of Sir Sebastian Swale Bar’t lie buried in the opposite aisle Also of Martha Fawconer Widow of the above Samuel who died 24th March 1818
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