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A group to enable researchers to SHARE Family, Social and Local History information in the Hundred of Chew (Not to be confused with the separate and distinct Hundred of Chewton).



What can you bring to this group? If you only seek to further your own research, this group is not for you. It is for those who are prepared to give and not necessarily receive in return.



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From A Vision of Britain Through Time (see Related Link) we find this Hundred consisting of:

CHEW MAGNA

CHEW STOKE

CLUTTON

DUNDRY

NORTON HAWKFIELD

NORTON MALREWARD

STOWEY

TIMSBURY



From Wikipaedia:

CLUTTON CHURCH - See picture



Church of St Augustine of Hippo



The church is dedicated to St Augustine of Hippo. It dates from around 1190, but has had several major restorations. The tower is made of red sandstone with diagonal buttresses ending in pinacles and probably dates from 1726.[2] The tower contains two bells dating from 1734 and made by Thomas Bilbie of the Bilbie family.[3] The church is a Grade II* listed building (Church of St. Augustine at Images of England) Two railed Tomb Enclosures within the Broadribb family plot are also listed as Grade II (tomb enclosures at Images of England), as are a group of 3 Broadribb and Purnell monuments (Group of 3 Broadribb and Purnell monuments at Images of England) The church is currently under a small amount of renovation





Somerset Family History serves as a central entry point for the 40 Somerset Hundreds. This Yahoo group will receive announcements of all file uploads to the 40 Hundreds.

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  • Genealogy
  • Feb 15, 2008
  • English

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