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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1766

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. 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 1768

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. 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 1769

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. 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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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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Guest Memorial
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Guest, Guest Memorial

Museum Ref No: Canmem2Guest
Guest Memorial photographed in Canford Church, June 2015 Information included: In Memory of Sir Josiah John Guest .Baronet of Dowlais in the County of Glamorgan. Lord of This Manor of Canford and Member of Parliament for the Borough of Merthyr-Tydvil who through an upright and honourable career by the exercise of skill energy and perseverance Placed himself at the head of a most important branch of British Industry He was born 2nd February 1785 at Dowlias where he died 26th November 1852 and where he lies buried leaving by his wife The Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Bertie only Daughter of Albemarle Ninth Earl of Lindsey five sons and five Daughters. Happy in his domestic life .prosperous in his Business .full of years and honours having had time and inclination to prepare for his latter end He died in the midst of his family and dependents Beloved Respected Universally Lamented Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth Yea Saith the Spirit that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them This tablet and the eastern chancel window are dedicated to his memory by his Widow
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Henning Memorial
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Henning, Henning Memorial

Museum Ref No: Stjamem3henning
Henning Memorial photographed in St. James’ Church, Poole, September 2015 Information included: In Memory of Robert Henning Merchant; an Alderman of this Corporation; He was A generous and faithful Friend, A tender Husband, An indulgent Father, A Lover of his Country and a Friend of Mankind, He died May 30th 1757 aged 60. Here also lies Margaret his Wife who died February 17th 1736 aged 36, with George, Edward and Margaret three of their children. Margaret a Grandchild, Daughter of John and Mary Henning. This Monument was erected by John and Robert Henning the surviving Sons
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High Street - Church and Marshalsea Rate 1751

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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High Street - Church and Marshalsea Rate 1753

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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High Street - Church and Marshalsea Rate 1755

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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High Street - Church and Marshalsea Rate 1758

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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