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CHARMOUTH PARISH (PE/CMO)
`Charities Book' containing Parish Council Meeting resolutions of 1917, concerning the appointment of trustees to the Marker's Charity (f. 42), John Bullen's Bread Charity (f. 63) and Tucker's Bread Charity (f. 76), and a list of documents in the possession of Charmouth Parish Council concerning John Bullen's Bread Charity, 1898 (f. 62) (PC/CMO/20/5/1)
A Little Stepson, by Florence Marryat, pub.Leipzig, Tauchnitz, with MS. table showing descendents of Dr Henry Norris and notes giving real names of Charmouth residents who appear in the book (D/PAV 37)
A Short Account of those who have done Geological work in the Neighbourhood of Charmouth, by W.D.Lang, FRS: Mary Anning, Sir Henry T. de la Beche, James Harrison, E.C.H.Day, "Mr Rowe", Henry E.Norris, Rev T.L.Montefiore, Captain Cury alias Lock, Jonas Wishcombe, Samuel Clarke, J.R.Johnson, Robert Clarke, Hunter family, A.B.Hann, William Buckland, W.D. Conybeare, Misses Philpot, H.H.Henley, John Crookshanks, Richard Anning, J.W.Marder, Harriet Dollin, J.A.de Luc, Sir P. Egerton, Lord Enniskillen, Sir Richard Owen, Thomas Wright, J.R.Johnson, Colonel Birch, Sir R.I. Murchison, Thomas Hawkins (D/PAV 33)
Abstract of the Title and Particulars of Sale 1 William Pinney 2 John Hawkshaw of Eaton Place in the county of Middlesex 3 John Swift of 32 Great George Street in the city of Westminster Property (1 to 2) refers to conveyance of 5 October 1864 for property and land in Lyme Regis and Charmouth to which William Pinney has good title, except for a kitchen garden formerly the site of the Mason's Arms Inn. Propety includes a plot of ground called the Quakers Burial Ground in Pound Street bordering Stile Lane, Lyme Regis, a yard and stable in Stile Lane, Lyme Regis, and a dwelling house with garden formerly occupied by George Russell and Samuel Russell and parts and parcels of closes of land known as Willhayes Cleeves or Cobham Mead, Lyme Regis Consideration (2 to ) £14000 Term 2000 years created by an indenture of 22 Oct 1750 John Swift to act as Trustee. Sale Particulars describe a 'yard in Stile Lane now used as a mason's yard, and occupied by T. Hoare at £2 per year and of 4 perches extent'. A small note in pencil says that it fetched £76 (D.1937/24)
Abstract of the title of Captain Alfred Douglas Pass to the beach at Charmouth between the high water mark and the foot of the cliffs east of the River Char (PC/CMO/21/4/4)
Abstract of the title of John Hawkshaw Esquire to the manor or reputed manor of Langmoor or Charmouth and certain portions of the foreshore (PC/CMO/17/2/1)
Abstract of the title of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Oswald Bell Wood, to a freehold dwelling house and premises known as The Haven, Charmouth (D/LRM/A2/1/9)
Abstract of the title of Misses Mary Edith and Annie Verner Schalch and their trustees, to freehold premises situated at Charmouth (D/LRM/A2/1/2)
Abstract of the title of Mr John Richmond to a piece of land at Charmouth called Langmoor and numbered 5 on the tithe map (possibly the land belonging to the Marker's Charity) (PC/CMO/20/4/1/1)
Abstract of the title of the trustees of the Pass Family Trust to a parcel of meadow in the parish of Charmouth numbered 33 on the tithe map Includes plan (PC/CMO/28/3/2)
Abstract of the title of the Trustees of the Pass Family Trust to lands and premises and foreshore at Charmouth Includes plan (PC/CMO/21/4/11)
Account Book Gives names of recipients and from 1844 place of residence or street of residence At the front: Copy order apportioning a third of the charity's income to Charmouth 1819 (PE/WCC/CH 1/2)
Account Book Includes lists of recipients 1853-1912 At the front: Extract of the will of John Bullen of Charmouth founding a charity in Marshwood and Whitechurch Canonicorum to distribute blankets and warm clothing to the poor n.d. (PE/WCC/CH 2/1)
Account of expenditure and income concerning the water supply and sewerage in Charmouth Parish (PC/CMO/25/5/1)
Acknowledgement by Mr Job Legg of Bridport, brewer of the receipt from the Charmouth Burial Board of an indenture relating to lands held by Mr Legg and the Burial Board (PC/CMO/9/9/1)
Acknowledgement by the Public Trustee of the right of Frank Pick to production of documents relating to Lilly Farm, Charmouth (D.1344/2/18)
Agreement 1 John Clarke Hawkshaw of Westminster, civil engineer 2 Charmouth Parish Council 1 to 2 Permission to take water from a spring in Grange Mead, Charmouth sixty yards from the water tank and to carry water away through pipes Rent: 1 p.a. (D.1344/2/5)
Agreement between 1. John Hodder of Charmouth, general contractor 2. Charmouth Parish Council Consideration: 92.12.0 Whereby 1. agrees to divert the River Char as laid out in the specification included Includes plan (PC/CMO/27/1/3/4)
Agreement between Bridport Rural District Council and Charmouth Parish Council concerning the diversion of the River Char, with plan and covering letter (PC/CMO/27/1/3/1)
Agreement between Charmouth Parish Council and Mr J Simmons of Charmouth concerning the employment of the latter to light and clean etc street lamps (PC/CMO/23/4/1)
Agreement between John Clarke Hawkshaw of 33 Great George Street, Westminster, civil engineer and the Parish Council of Charmouth concerning the taking of water from a spring arising in a field called Grange Mead (PC/CMO/25/4/2)
Agreement between Robert Humby of Springfield, Furzehill, Wimborne, chartered structural and civil engineer and Captain Arthur Edgar Taylor of Downside, Charmouth and Walter West of Ronda, Charmouth, with specification for the construction of the sea wall (PC/CMO/21/6/4)
Agreement between the Burial Board for the Parish of Charmouth and John Locke of Charmouth, labourer concerning the employment of the latter to dig graves, mow grass etc, with envelope (PC/CMO/9/8/1)
Agreement between the Devon Gas Association Ltd and the Parish Council of Charmouth concerning the provision of gas street lighting in Charmouth (PC/CMO/23/5/1)
Agreement between the Parish Council for the Parish of Charmouth and John Simmons of Charmouth concerning the employment of the latter to dig graves, mow grass etc (PC/CMO/9/8/2)
Agreement for the employment of a beach attendant between Charmouth Parish Council and Edward Henry Hunter of Beach View, Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/9/1/2)
Agreement for the employment of a beach attendant between Charmouth Parish Council and Henry Peach of `The Lilacs', Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/9/1/1)
Agreement for the employment of a beach attendant between Charmouth Parish Council and William George Cox of Thistlegate Cottage, Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/9/1/3)
Agreement to let 1. Gertrude Evans of Hammond's Mead, Charmouth, spinster 2. Charmouth Parish Council Property: Close of rough pasture and marsh land and shingle, save the portion used as a car park, numbered 149b and 148a on the Ordnance Survey map of the district Annual rent: 1 Includes plan (PC/CMO/21/4/9)
Agreement to sell ices on the beach at Charmouth for 3 years 1. Foreshore Committee of the parish of Charmouth 2. Ada Walker Greenhalgh of "The Little Cottage", Lower Sea Lane, Charmouth, spinster Consideration: 150 With covering letter dated 18 April 1953 (PC/CMO/21/7/5/1)
Album compiled with W.D. Lang of Charmouth: "The Beach, vol I," notes, photographs, watercolours. Page 1 - 2 watercolurs of Beach by Miss H Topler 1850 Page 2 - Watercolour by W D Lang 1898 Page 3 - 2 watercolours of Cliffs by W D Lang 1899 Page 4 - 2 watercolours of Cliffs by W D Lang 1898 Page 5 - Watercolours of Golden Cap by Miss H Topler 1850 Page 6 - Geological Extracts by Murial Arber and W D Lang Page 7 - 3 Pictures of Charmouth Fossils Page 8 - Jurassic Sea pictures Page 9 - The Fossil Forest exposed in February 1947: Negative no. A22 Page 10 - The Fossil Forest exposed in Page 11 - The Burning Cliffs 1908 (4 photos) (Left and Top): Negative no. A29, A30 Page 12 - Print, Portrait of Henry De La Boche: Negative no. A31 Page 13 - Samuel Clarke with Plesiosaur Skull: Negative no. A33 Isaac Hunter: Negative no. A32 Page 14 - Robert Clarke by Stonebarrow Cliffs Page 15 - Tom Hunter by Beach: Negative no. A23 Page 16 - Tom Hunter by Beach: Negative no. A24 Page 17 - Bathing machines on beach: Negative no. A25 Page 18 - Watercolour of Cliffs 1898/9 W D Lang Page 19 - The Beach 1918?: Negative no. A26 Page 20 - The Beach 1918?: Negative no. A27 Page 21 - Watercolour of Cliffs, Miss Topler Page 22 - War defences and p on beach 1947 Page 23 - Watercolour Page 24 - 2 views of River Char Page 25 - 3 views of River Char Page 26 - Panoram, Lower Sea Lane, Looking West Page 27 - 4 views of beach - Black Ven: (Lower Right) Negative no. A34 Page 28 - View along Lower Sea Lane Page 29 - Print of beach looking West Page 30 - Watercolour by W D Lang 1899 Page 31 - Watercolour of cliffs Page 32 - 2 views Fairy Dell, with family 1902 Also "Isaac Hunter's Dream - a True Story of Charmouth," (reprint from "Chatterbox", 1874). (D/PAV 7)
Album containing notes and photographs, entitled "The Church", 1948. Includes correspondence about Wesley family and press-cuttings, 1936-9; extra notes on church; St Andrews Church, Charmouth, a short history, 1958. (D/PAV 4)
Album: "Bottom of Charmouth Street", notes and photographs"; Page 1 - Digging the Watermain in 1936 Page 2 - Grasmere, 1875, The Limes 1892 Page 3 - General view down street: Negative no. A15 Page 4 - 2 views of the Street 1880/90 Page 5 - The Court 1897, Little Hurst, The Elms Page 6 - Hazards Shop, 2 photos: (Lower) Negative no. A16 Page 7 - The Elms, Miss Hides Cottage Page 8 - The Street 1936, 1928 Page 9 - The Street 1938, Coach and Horses 1947 Page 10 - 4 views of lower village Page 11 - Views from Church Tower 1948 Page 12 - The Manor House, The Cottage Page 13 - Speech of Captain Bullen Page 14 - Old Coach and Horses: Negative no. A17 Page 15 - Street in 1880 and Old Coach and Horses: Negative no. A18 Page 16 - Invite to Ball March 1863 Page 17 - Vinces Shop and Post Office Page 18 - Advert for Vince Page 19 - Street before 1894: Negative no. A35 Page 20 - Street 1890-1936 Page 21 - Street 1915 and 1936 Page 22 - Sunnyside: Negative no. A19 The Limes Page 23 - Sunnyside and Post Office Page 24 - Queens Arms Page 25 - 4 photos of Queens Arms Page 26 - Details of Queens Arms Page 27 - Queens Arms 1902 Page 28 - Looking up street in 1880 and 1914 Page 29 - Looking up street Page 30 - 4 views bottom of street Page 31 - 2 views of Mill: (Lower) Negative no. A20 Page 32 - Mill Bridge and Newlands Bridge Page 33 - Mill and Bridges Page 34 - 2 views of Mill 1900: Negative no. A28 Page 35 - The Mill 1900: Negative no. A21 TS. "A few Notes on Charmouth Street from Charmouth House to the Coach and Horses Hotel and some of the people who have lived there", 1968, TS. "A few notes on the eastern portion of Charmouth Street including Lower Sea Lane, Higher Sea Lane and some of the people who have lived there", 1969. (D/PAV 6)
Album: "Charmouth People"; notes and photographs. Page 1 - John H Coulton: Negative no. B12 Page 2 - Mr, Mrs Gordon Page 3 - Axminster omnibus on streen 1896 Page 4 - Coronet Coach Page 5 - Bridport Bus: Negative no. B15 Axminster Bus on top of street: Negative no. B14 Page 6 - Bus outside Coach and Horses: Negative no. B17 Motor Mail Van: Negative no. B16 Page 7 - Club Day 1893: Negative no. B13 1896 Page 8 - Charmouth Club 1905 Charmouth Club: Negative no. B29 Page 9 - Fete and Flower Show 1908 Charmouth Band: Negative no. C32 Page 10 - Fete 1908: Negative no. B18 Fete 1950 Page 11 - Charmouth School Children: Negative no. B19 Page 12 - Charmouth School Children 1896: (Top) Negative no. B20 Page 13 - Charmouth School Children 1903 Page 14 - Charmouth Cricket Club Programme Page 15 - Charmouth Cricket Club Pavilion: Negative no. B21 Charmouth Football Team 1921-22: Negative no. B22 Page 16 - Ladies and Gents Cricket Match 1898 Page 17 - Tennis Club 1895 Dress for Tennis 1900: Negative no. B23 Page 18 - Charmouth and Wootton Scouts 1944 Guides, Wolf Cubs, Scouts Football Page 19 - Brownies, Wolf Cubs: Negative no. B24 Page 20 - 4 views of Scouts 1914: Negative nos: (Top Left) (Lower Left) B26 B25 Page 21 - Investiture of Scouts from Clifton College Page 22 - 4 photos Scouts, Troups, Band Page 23 - Scout Church Parade: Negative no. B27 Page 24 - Coronation of George V: Negative no. B28/B29 Page 25 - Coronation of George V: (Bottom Left) Negative no. B30 Page 26 - Bottom Old Lyme Hill 1900 Lyme Fishermen: Negative no. B31 Page 27 - Bill of Sale: Negative no. B31 Page 28 - Tricentenery of King Charles' escape Page 29 - Re-enactment of 28 Page 30 - Copies of Charmouth people Page 31 - Catherston Manner, 1887 Beach House Garden 1904 Page 32 - The Moorings, Fred Penny, The Street: Negative no. B32 Page 33 - Traction Engine: Negative no. B33 Lower Sea Lane Hunters Lodge: Negative no. B34/35 Page 34 - Workmen at Catherston: Negative no. CO Shoeing competition 1902: Negative no. B36 Page 35 - Commercial Hotel George Hotel: Negative no. C1 Page 36 - Village Shops: Negative no. C3,C4 Frank Coles with Wagon: Negative no. C2 Page 37 - Home Guard 1944: Negative no. C5 Volunteers Page 38 - People during Harvest: Negative no. C7 Horse and Plough: Negative no. C6 Page 39 - Mr & Mrs Elliott of Morecombelake (D/PAV 9)
Album: "Charmouth Photographs Old and New", notes and photographs, which date from c. 1880-1958. Page 4 - First Motor Car in Charmouth: Negative No. C30 Lorry that hit the Bridge 1938 (D/PAV 11)
Album: "Distant Views and Top of Street", notes and photographs, compiled 1948; AERIAL VIEW OF THE STREET 1955 Page 1 Sketch of witches tree Page 2 4 photos of the Bridport road Page 3 2 views of village from Stonebarrow Page 4 View of village from Stonebarrow: Negative No. A1 Page 5 View from Old Lyme Road in 1907: Negative No. A2 Page 6 View from Old Lyme Road in 1890: Negative No. A3 Page 7 View of village from Stonebarrow Lane, 1892: Negative No. A4 Page 8 2 panoramas looking east to Golden Cap Page 9 View east to Cement Factory 1902 VIEW FROM CAINS FOLLY Page 10 4 views river mouth area: Negative No. A5, A7, A8 Page 11 Views of Charmouth from east and west: Negative No. A9 Page 12 Views of Charmouth from east and west Page 13 Charmouth from Old Lyme Road Page 14 2 views from Catherston 1900 Page 15 Old Lyme Road crossing Black Ven, 1890: Negative No. A6 Page 16 2 photos from Devils Bellows: Negative No. A10 Page 17 Western end of road in 1924 with Scippahe: Negative No. A12 ROAD BELOW SPITTLES/TILBER HILL, 1890 Page 18 Langmoor House and fireplace Page 19 2 views of the street, one 1930 Page 20 4 views of the street Page 21 2 photos of the street Page 22 Photo Cureck of Berar of Rousdon 3 VIEWS TOP OF STREET Page 23 2 views, top of street Page 24 15th Annual Report of Charmouth Village Hospital Page 25 4 photos, houses in Old Lyme Hill Page 26 2 views, top of street 1880-1890: Negative No. A13, A14 FOXLEY FARM Page 27 Top of Street Page 28 Print of Street INSURANCE POLICY FOR PORTLAND HOUSE 1881 Page 29 Top of street looking down the hill Page 30 Documents; sale of Charmouth Howe Page 31 Poster of No 30 Page 32 Extract from South West Railway "Coast Guide". Page 33 Copy of Baptism of Miss Louisa Short Page 34 Indenture by William Holly TS. "A few Notes on the North West end of Charmouth and some of the people who have lived there", by R.W.J. Pavey, 1968. (D/PAV 5)
Album: "Old Charmouth Memories", notes and photographs. Page 2 - Charles Bullen Stamp Family Page 4 - Many small photographs Page 6 - Letter Page 8 - Stamps Page 10 - View up Street : Negative No. C8 Page 12 - Church The Court 1900 Page 14 - View of the Village Black Ven from the Beach Page 16 - Old Lyme Hill: Negative No. C9 Page 18 - View South from the Tunnel, 1900 Page 20 - The Limes Page 22 - Mr and Mrs Durrant: Negative No. C10,C11 Page 24 - View Black Ven to Pilsdon: Negative No. C12 Page 26 - View of street and old shops: Negative No. C13,C14 Page 28 - The School, Lower Sea Lane: Negative No. C15 Page 30 - The George: Negative No. C16 Sunnyside: Negative No. C17 Page 32 - Prints of Charmouth Page 34 - Prints of Charmouth Page 36 - Prints of Charmouth Page 38 Page 40 - Sunday School Outing: Negative No. C18 The May Queen: Negative No. C19 Page 42 - Axminster Omnibus: Negative No. C20 People on the beach: Negative No.C21 Page 44 - Cricket field and teams: Negative No.46 Page 46 - Charmouth Rectory Page 48 - Rectory Page 50 - Charmouth WI: Negative No. C22 Page 52 - Charmouth WI: Negative No. C25 Group waiting to see Air Race: Negative No.C23 Mr and Mrs J Rapsey: Negative No. C24 Page 54 - Fire Brigade: Negative No.C26 Band: Negative No. C32 Page 56 - Beach Page 58 - Beach Boys Running for a Swil: Negative No. C27 Page 60 - Beach and Sea defence work Page 62 - Beach Page 64 - Beach Huts: Negative No.C28 Page 66 - Mill and Bridge: Negative No. C32 Page 78 - Charles Larcombe: Negative No. C33 Page 84 - Beach Fishermen and Boat, Charmouth: Negative No.C29 Page 4 - First Motor Car in Charmouth: Negative No. C30 Lorry that hit the Bridge 1938 (D/PAV 10)
Alexander Cox Pagan [Private patient] age: 35 Occupation: Hotel Keeper Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: 4th June 1903 Charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/33/534)
Andrew Packer, Charmouth and Marianne Stockdale of Broadwindsor (PE/BDW/IN 1/4/23)
Ann Hitchcock age:29 Occupation:Domestic Servant Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: November 23rd 1882 (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/3113)
Annual report of Charmouth Parish Council Fire Brigade (PC/CMO/7/2/1)
Annual Reports of the Chairman of Charmouth Parish Council (PC/CMO/22/1)
Application to the Public Works Loan Board for a loan to build an office and committee room for the use of the clerk and parish councillors of Charmouth (PC/CMO/30/1/1)
Apprentice indenture binding Richard Hunt to William Combe of Charmouth, clerk (PC/CMO/19/1/2/1)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Ackan Dober - Apprenticed to Henry Whitney of Charmouth, mason (PC/CMO/11/5/1/10)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Henry Edwards - Apprenticed to Thomas Dare, occupier of the land of Robert Burridge esquire, deceased, in Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/5/1/11)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Henry Edwards - Apprenticed to Thomas Dare, occupier of the land of Robert Burridge esquire, deceased, in Charmouth [Duplicate copy of PC/CMO/11/5/1/11] (PC/CMO/11/5/1/12)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Henry Edwards - Apprenticed to Thomas Dare, occupier of the lands of Robert Burridge esquire, deceased, in Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/5/1/15)
Apprenticeship Indenture of John Barrett, son of John Barrett - Apprenticed to George Gibbs of Charmouth, clothier (PE/BE/OV 5/1/34)
Apprenticeship Indenture of John James Huxford - Apprenticed to John Edwards of Charmouth, cordwinder (PC/CMO/11/5/1/2)
Apprenticeship Indenture of John Locke - Apprenticed to Benjamin Diment of Charmouth, blacksmith (PC/CMO/11/5/1/46)
Apprenticeship Indenture of John Searle - Apprenticed to Simeon Bullen the elder of Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 5/2)
Apprenticeship Indenture of John Searle - Apprenticed to Simeon Bullen the elder of Charmouth, gent (PE/WCC/OV 5/19)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Richard Hunt - Apprenticed to William Combe of Charmouth, clerk (PC/CMO/11/5/1/6)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Samuel Bowditch - Apprenticed to Elizabeth Davey of Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/5/1/39)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Samuel Bowditch - Apprenticed to Elizabeth Davey of Charmouth [Duplicate copy of item PC/CMO/11/5/1/39] (PC/CMO/11/5/1/40)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Sarah Dark - Apprenticed to Robert Knight, occupier of Charmouth Meadow (PC/CMO/11/5/1/25)
Apprenticeship Indenture of Sarah Dark - Apprenticed to Robert Knight, occupier of Charmouth Meadow [Duplicate copy of item PC/CMO/11/5/1/25] (PC/CMO/11/5/1/26)
Apprenticeship Indenture of William Cozens - Apprenticed to Thomas Cozens of Charmouth, cordwainer and shoemaker (PC/CMO/11/5/1/41)
Askerswell. Assignment in trust, 1. Elizabeth Littlel of Askerswell widow, 2. Edward Hide of Shipton Gorge carpenter and Susannah wife, Elizabeth Moores of Topsham Devon, Joseph Moores of Whitchurch Canonicorum miller, Margaret Moores of South Perrott, John Moores of Askerswell miller, Margaret Moores of Askerswell 3. William Combe of Charmouth Clerk 4. Gregory Synercombe of Symondsbury. Property in Askerswell. Witnesses: John Guy, Francis Holt, James Syndercombe, Samuel Slade, Benjamin Collier, Joseph Hutchins. (D/BOW/KW/425)
Assignment and Surrender. 1. Lucy Culverwell of Charmouth, widow. 2. Sir Henry Bayly of Lyme Regis. Consideration: 230. 1 to 2, property: as in D.1249/1/1. (D.1249/1/9)
Assignment in trust for Sir William Oglander to attend the inheritance. (1) The Rev Brian Combe, Charmouth, clerk, only son and executor of Catherine Combe, widow, decd. (2) Richard Henvill late of Netherbury. (3) Sir William Oglander of Parnham, Beaminster. (4) Baruch Fox of Beaminster, a trustee. Messuage or tenement and various closes of land situate at Loscombe, Netherbury. Many names are mentioned. la (D.1/9964)
Assignment in trust, 1. Mary Tucker of Bridport widow of Edward Tucker [executor] of John Tucker. 2. Gregory Syndercombe of Symondsbury clerk. 3. Richard Tucker of Walditch and Robert Tucker of Cerne Abbas. 4. W Combe of Charmouth and Boucher Syndercombe of Ansty. Witnesses: Marthia Harbour, John Symes, Philip Clark. (D/BOW/KW/13)
Assignment of lease by way of a mortgage 1 Elizabeth Champ of Lyme Regis 2 Ann Champ of Lyme Regis 3 John Channen Lee of Charmouth and Henry Trotman Lee of Lyme Regis, gentleman 4 John Champ of Lyme Regis, gentleman Consideration: (4 to 3 at request of 1) 200 and interest with a further 100 (4 to 1) and 10s (4 to 2) Property: (1 to 4) Dwelling house and garden at the upper end of Broad Street, Lyme Regis between the roads leading to Colyford Uplyme, Devon. Recites also previous leases including items PE/LR: CW 4/1-2 (PE/LR/CW 4/3)
Assignment of lease. 1) Edward Mabell of Charmouth, soap boiler 2) George Cominge of Charmouth, silk weaver. House and lands in Charmouth. Mentioned: Neithewoods Meadow. Mentioned: Thomas Jenkins of Beerhull, Axminster, Devon, yeoman & Buthshua his wife, Thomas Treegkey of Charmouth, mariner, Thomas Carter. Witnesses: Joseph Bragge, Simon Orchard, Robert Payne and Agnes Tanner. (D.1/MC/139)
Assignment of Mortgage. 1) Walter Whitinge of Lymehouse, Middlesex, maryner 2)Thomas Best of Ratcliffe, Middlesex, esquire and Walter Cooke of Ratcliffe, mariner. Two closes near Hernes Common, . Mentioned: John Lymbery of Charmouth, mariner. Witness: Francis Mosse, notary puiblic and Robert Norton his servant. (D.1/MC/3)
Assignment of vessel under construction. 1) John Mansfield of Lyme Regis, shipbuilder 2) Charles Coombs of Beaminster, timber merchant. Securing loans on a 500-ton vessel being built in a timber yard at Cobb Lane, Lyme Regis. Mentioned: William Pinney esq, MP. Witness: Andrew Tucker of Charmouth, solicitor. (Note endorsed dated 11 March 1854 in connection with a related case in Chancery) (D.1/MC/88)
Award in a dispute between Harry William Crickmay of St Mary Street, Weymouth and Bridport Rural District Council concerning the building of a reservoir at Charmouth, with covering letter (PC/CMO/25/6/1)
Bank book of Charmouth Charities and some cheques (PE/CMO/CH 8)
Basis by poor law union for a county rate and letters concerning the rate for the parish of Charmouth, with envelope (PC/CMO/11/1/2/14)
Bastardy Examination of Ann Meech who names William Griffen of Charmouth, labourer, as the reputed father of her illegitimate child (PC/CMO/11/4/3/1)
Black and white photograph of footbridge over River Char at Charmouth with female figure on bridge In the background: Stonebarrow Form: positive print on paper Size: 66 mm 108 mm Process: gelatin Photographer: [Miss W A Cocks] (D.1317/18/1)
Black and white photograph of footbridge over the river Char, Charmouth In the foreground: three boats Form: positive print on paper Size: 166mm 215mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26471] (D.1361/3/6/6)
Black and white photograph of footbridge over the river Char, Charmouth In the foreground: two women Form: positive print on paper Size: 166mm 215mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26468] (D.1361/3/6/5)
Black and white photograph of general view of beach at Charmouth and Golden Cap Form: positive print on paper Size: 113mm 156mm Process: gelatin Photographer: Valentine and Sons Ltd, of Dundee (D.1361/4/1/2)
Black and white photograph of general view overlooking landscape near Charmouth, and Golden Cap In the background: Charmouth Form: positive print on paper Size: 113mm 155mm Process: gelatin Photographer: Valentine and Sons Ltd, of Dundee (D.1361/4/1/3)
Black and white photograph of general view overlooking landscape near Charmouth, facing east In the background: Charmouth Form: positive print on paper Size: 113mm 155mm Process: gelatin Photographer: Valentine and Sons Ltd, of Dundee (D.1361/4/1/4)
Black and white photograph of general view overlooking landscape near Charmouth, from Stonebarrow Hill In the foreground: two men, two women In the background: Charmouth, caravan site Form: positive print on paper Size: 166mm 213mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26474] (D.1361/3/6/7)
Black and white photograph of interior of Charmouth Church [shows statuette of abbot against a [16th cent] cross - identified by photographer as 'only old portion of Charmouth Church'] Form: positive print on paper Size: 107 mm 67 mm Process: gelatin Photographer: [Miss W A Cocks] (D.1317/18/2)
Black and white photograph of shoreline, and cliffs at Charmouth In the foreground: four children and three women In the background: beach chalets Form: positive print on paper Size: 166mm 215mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26470] (D.1361/3/6/4)
Black and white photograph of street scene in Charmouth In the background: the George Hotel Form: positive print on paper Size: 160mm 210mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26472] (D.1361/3/6/2)
Black and white photograph of the beach, cliffs and Timber Hill, Charmouth Form: positive print on paper Size: 163mm 210mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W R Bawden of Eagle Photos, Cheltenham [26473] (D.1361/3/6/3)
Black and white photograph of The Street (A35), Charmouth, facing west In the background: The George Hotel, Coach and Horses Hotel, cars Form: positive print on paper Size: 143mm 205mm Process: gelatin Photographer: Staniland Pugh of Rickmansworth [900/51] (D.1361/6/6/1)
Black and white photograph of view overlooking landscape and bay at Charmouth Form: positive print on paper Size: 113mm 155mm Process: gelatin Photographer: Valentine and Sons Ltd, of Dundee (D.1361/4/1/1)
Black and white photographs of street scene in Charmouth facing east In the background: the Queen's Arms Hotel, two cars Form: positive print on paper Size: 108mm 159mm Process: gelatin Photographer: H J Pinn (D.1361/3/6/1)
Black and white postcard of Charmouth Cutting, Lyme Regis Form: positive print on card Size: 87mm x 137mm Process: gelatin Photographer: W C Darby, Lyme Regis (D.987/6/2)
Black and white postcard of the County Bridge, Charmouth Form: positive print on card Size: 88mm x 139mm Process: gelatin Photographer: The Photochrom Co., London [Sepiatone Series 45847] (D.987/4/1)
Blank draft agreement for the haulage of sand from the beach and foreshore at Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/8/4)
Block plan of the Charmouth War Memorial Surveyor: WW Yipton of Lyme Regis Scale: 1 in to 16 ft Size: 283 mm 200 mm Paper (PC/CMO/26/4)
Bond. (1) John Wakely of Chideock, yeoman. (2) Benjamin Bradford of Charmouth, gentleman. Performance of covenants. Witness: S Bunter and I Tranch (fragile) (D.1/KE 8)
BOWERMAN COLLECTION (D.1611)
Builder's work book including work for Mrs Dent, Miss Openshaw, Mrs Worth, cottage in Mill Green; Turdak; Tudor House; Football Club; Mrs Hancock; Mr Farrant; H W Pocock; Miss Haynes; Mr Geaks; Golf Club; Dr W D Lang; Mr Ramage; the Victoria Hotel; Corum Court; E H Wilkinson in Charmouth; N W Tayer; Mr G Hawker; Penn Farm; and The Lodge, Highcliff (D/LRM/AA2/2/3)
Builder's work book including work on 32 Church Street; Mrs Ransford at Charmouth House; and Coram Court (D/LRM/AA2/2/12)
Builder's work book including work on a new bungalow at Timber Hill; 38 Coombe Street; East Cliff Chalets; Reeds Barn, Hawkchurch; new house in Somers Road, Lyme Regis; Mr Geerings house; Mr Brook's house at 2 Shire End; Mr B J Reeve 5 Higher Sea Lane Charmouth; Spence Cottage, Wootton Fitzpaine; and Sarum Cottage Higher Sea lane, Charmouth (D/LRM/AA2/2/30)
Builder's work book including work on bungalows at Ware Lane; Sanctuary Cottage, Charmouth; 2 Coombe Street; Mrs Gardner's house `Lilacs' Fern Hill; 23 Millgreen; Mr Smith's house `Woodarra'; and Captain A Bridger 16 Millgreen (D/LRM/AA2/2/35)
Builder's work book including work on Coram Court and Mrs Buck's flat in Charmouth (D/LRM/AA2/2/19)
Builder's work book including work on Lyme Regis Fire Station; Charmouth House; new factory in Mill Green; Westfield, Cobb Road; East Devon Water Board; St Michael's Church; 4 Gardenside, Higher Sea Lane, Charminster; `Windyridge'; Higher Mill, Windsor Terrace, Lyme Regis; and London Inn (D/LRM/AA2/2/27)
Builder's work book including work on Mr Coomber's house in Cobb Road; Mr Symes' house; Mr J Howard of Church Street and a house in Charmouth (D/LRM/AA2/2/10)
Builder's work book including work on the Church Hall for the Revd Carew Cox; Miss Dunmo's flat; Mr Gabler's house; Messrs William Brake Ltd; Mr Lean at Knowlside; The Holiday Fellowship at Coram Court; Mrs Fustice in Coram Avenue; Mrs McCormack; damage at 24 Church Street; Lyme Regis Grammar School; Mrs F Cooper at 30A Silver Street; Mrs Ransford at Charmouth House; Holcombe Farm; Mrs S Churchill at Newlands, Crewkerne Road; Lloyds Bank Ltd; Mr Marrish's house; Mrs Turner at Holmbury; Mrs Quick's Farm; and Middle Mill Farm (D/LRM/AA2/2/14)
Builder's work book including work on the Midland Bank; Foxley Farm, Charmouth; Lloyds Bank; `Overton', Timber Hill, Lyme Regis; East Cliff Cottage; and Wootton Cottages (D/LRM/AA2/2/33)
Burgage and curtilage on north side of Charmouth, 1529 (Danyell, Gregory alias Edward) [Copy] Endorsed: letter of Walter Parsons, 1529 [Copy] (DC/BTB/S270)
By R.W.J. Pavey: "The Warden - Bond Duel in 1792"; "Leaves taken at random from my Charmouth Note Books and a few Ghost Stories", 1961; short story entitled "Peter", 1972. (D/PAV 20)
Calendar put out by John Baker, grocer and draper of Charmouth (This hung for 57 years in cottage in Old Lyme Road) (D/PAV 38)
Case history concerning the settlement of William Lancaster, sergeant in the South Gloucester Militia, and his four children in Brighthelmstone [Brighton], Sussex, and a legal opinion concerning an appeal between Charmouth and Brighton, Sussex (PC/CMO/11/3/5/7)
Catalogue of the Fourteenth Annual Char Valley Horse Show, held at Charmouth (D.1235/2/18)
Certificate for the Burial of Ashes of Florence Trott aged 72 who died at 16 Bridge Road, Charmouth (PE/WFP/IN 1/2/28)
Certificate for the Burial of Ashes of Fred Trott aged 76 who died at 16 Bridge Road, Charmouth (PE/WFP/IN 1/2/29)
Certificate of indemnity against the payment of maintenance charges by Whitechurch Canonicorum to support Elizabeth Cave should she become chargeable to the parish issued by the parish of Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/5/1)
Certificate of redemption of tithe rent charge upon land numbered 5 on the tithe map of Charmouth (PC/CMO/16/4/1)
Certificate of the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth accepting responsibility for Lazarus Collins, his wife and family now residing in Stanton St Gabriel, with a warrant for the arrest of Lazarus Collins (PC/CMO/11/3/1/17)
Charles Peach [Private patient] age: 39 Occupation: coachman Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: April 1870 Parish of Charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/33/58)
Charmouth (D.1265/2)
Charmouth (D.1717/2)
Charmouth (D/DSP/37)
Charmouth (D/LRM/A2)
CHARMOUTH (D/PAV 4-25)
CHARMOUTH (D/VIZ 26)
CHARMOUTH (NG/CC/A/C-dup-100)
CHARMOUTH BY-PASS EXCAVATIONS (D.1669)
Charmouth Cemetery table of fees payable to the Burial Board (PC/CMO/9/2/2/4)
Charmouth Cemetery table of fees payable to the incumbent, gravedigger and officiating minister (PC/CMO/9/2/2/3)
Charmouth Congregational Chapel (NG/CC/A/C22)
CHARMOUTH DEEDS (D.1149)
CHARMOUTH DEEDS (D.2010)
Charmouth development (D.1459/3)
Charmouth District Nursing Association minutes, 1928-35, 1935-48, 1948-58 (D/PAV 30)
CHARMOUTH HOME GUARD PLATOON (D.1289)
Charmouth Home Guard Platoon Log Book Includes details of those on patrol, station posts and reports of activity and air raids (D.1289/1)
CHARMOUTH PARISH COUNCIL (PC/CMO)
Charmouth Parochial Committee (PC/CMO/4/3)
CHARMOUTH PHOTOGRAPHS (D.1064)
Charmouth postcards (D.987/4)
Charmouth tithe map, 1841 (T/CMO)
Charmouth United Charities (NG/CC/A/C24)
Charmouth Village Plan. Development plan published by West Dorset District Council (D.1459/3/1)
Charmouth War Workers Depot: minutes, 1940-6; accounts, 1939-45; cash book, 1943-5; address book and lists, with odd letters in connection with Christmas Comfort Fund, 1939-42 (D/PAV 32)
Charmouth, Lease for 30 years 1. William Hansford of Burton Bradstock, gentleman, Mary, wife. 2. Rev. Brian Combe of Charmouth. House and garden rent 17. Witnesses: James Symes, Catherine Champ. (D/BOW/KW/345)
Charmouth. Apprenticeship indenture: Henry Stamp apprenticed to Thomas Gordge, printer, plumber and glazier. (D.341/6)
Charmouth. As D.341/4. At front: "Check against Jenson & Nicholsons", 1881-3. At back: "Check against Labour", 1887. (D.341/5)
Charmouth. Day book of Samuel Dunn of Charmouth, builder. At front: memo of agreement between Samuel Dunn and Miss Henning of Charmouth, about lease of a house now building, 1844. Sept. 1834 and other dates. References to schoolhouse. March 1835. Poor House. March 1835. "Miss Haycock silf fixing Shower Bath & Seat Stuff & Labour". (3s). May 1835. "Miss Haycock silf alter Bed & Bath". (1s). June 1835. References to Gothic windows for Mr. Hargraves. Dec. 1835. Work at mill. Jan. 1836. "Mrs Hales for Mr. Pippin Alphabett for Child". (5/6d). At end: ledger, 1835-6. Mr Dunn had a large number of customers, probably mainly of all in Charmouth, for whom he did a variety of jobs, including making coffins. Those who worked with him were: Father, Andrew, Philip, Clapp, Hoare, Gordge. Loose: a few papers, 1835, 1844 and undated. [The volume contains some annotations by Mr R.W.J. Pavey of Charmouth]. (D.341/1)
Charmouth. Estimates and specifications of Harry Stamp. [Some loose]. (D.341/4)
Charmouth. Ledger of Harry Stamp of Charmouth, painter, glazier, paper-hanger and house-decorator. P. 192. Charmouth School Board. P. 206. The Mance. P. 222 Golf Committee. Those who worked with him were: Harry, Hoppy, Smith, Roper. Loose: estimate and specifications for repairs on Royal Oak, Charmouth, 1903; bills, 1901-12. (D.341/3)
Charmouth. Ledger of Harry Stamp of Charmouth, painter, glazier, paper-hanger and house-decorator. P.17. Repairing church windows at Whitchurch Canonicorum. P.170. Repairing tower window. P.37. Painting and varnishing carriage. P.192. Work for Charmouth School Board. P. 289. Work at Catherston House. (D.341/2)
Charmouth. Rules for Charmouth Fire Brigade. (D.341/8)
Charmouth. Standing orders of 1st Hampshire Artillery Volunteer Groups (on cover: Sergt. H. Stamp); guard report of Sergt. Stamp, 1st Dorset Artillery Volunteers, 1891. (D.341/7)
Chick family. Bonds, Thomas Chick II of South Eggerdon to sister Elizabeth, 1808, George Webber of Charmouth, gentleman, 1809. (D.475/F/7)
Churchyard extension Copy will of Jos. Bradbere of Charmouth, postmaster, 1819 proved 1821; appointment of assignees of estate of F H Bradbear, bankrupt, 1835; papers re right of Lydia Watts (formerly Bradbere) to dispose of property near churchyard 1861; plan; conveyance to Ecclesiastical Commission; specifications for wall and other papers 1861; letter about removal of pound 1866 (PE/CMO/CW 18)
Columnized transcript of Charmouth parish registers: Christenings, 1653-1965. Banns, 1754-1816, 1823-1966. Marriages, 1654-1966. Burials, 1653-1932. Burials in cemetery, 1887-1967. Baptisms and births, Independent Chapel, 1839-1873. Burials in Chapel yard, 1840-1873. Marriages in Chapel, 1840-1866. (D/PAV 21)
Conveyance (lease and release) 1 Brian Combe of Charmouth, clerk 2 Elizabeth Burrow of Charmouth, widow Elizabeth Barr of Charmouth, widow 3 John Warren of Lyme Regis, esq 1 and 2 to 3 Property: 3 closes of land at Langmoor, (6a) in Charmouth Consideration: 370 (D.1344/1/5)
Conveyance (lease and release) 1 The Revd John Valentine of Tintinhull, Soms The Revd John Barnaby Lewis of Kingsbury Episcopi, Soms 2 William John Bragge of Charmouth, esq 3 Matthew John Liddon of Charmouth, esq 2 to 3 Property: an acre of furze or coppice at Langmoor called Clamors in Charmouth Consideration: 150 (D.1344/1/9)
Conveyance (lease and release) 1 The Rt Revd Edward, Bishop of Llandaff 2 Thomas Willmont of Charmouth, yeoman 3 John Honeywood Townsend of Honiton, Devon, gent 1 to 2 Property: part of a meadow called Lilley Meadow or Grange Mead (33p), parcel of Lilley Farm, Charmouth Consideration: 20 (D.1344/2/1)
Conveyance (lease and release) 1 Walter Oke of Pinney, Axmouth, Devon, gent 2 Francis Folaquier of Taunton, Soms, grocer 3 Jacob Burrows of Charmouth, blacksmith 1 and 2 to 3 Property: two closes at Harners Hill and two closes at Langmoor, in Charmouth Consideration: 250 (D.1344/1/2)
Conveyance (lease and release). 1. Samuel Coade Culverwell of Charmouth, esq. 2. Sir Henry Bayly of Lyme Regis. 3. John Drayton the younger of Lyme Regis, gent. Consideration: 270. 1 to 2. Property: a messuage (la, lr) in Lyme Regis. (D.1249/1/7)
Conveyance 1 Edward Frederick Irwin of Langmoor Manor, Charmouth, esq 2 Robert Lawrence Cochran of Barrington, Soms, gent 1 to 2 Property: as in D1344/1/9 Consideration: 2500 (D.1344/1/16)
Conveyance 1 George Frean of Plymouth, Devon, esq 2 Ann Farwell Moly of Hawkchurch, widow 1 to 2 Property: Langmoor House and garden (1a 14p), Thomas's Plot (1a 10p), Little Mead (1a 15p), Little Coppice (3c), Braggs Coppice (2a 8p), Langmoor Coppice (3a 4r 35p), Langmoor Plot (1a 20p), Long Strap (1a 3r), Batch (3a 2r 8p), Batch (1a 2r 39p), Farrs (3a 2r 37p), an orchard (2r 6p), a lawn (4a 1r 27p) and a pond (36p) in Charmouth Consideration: 3400 (D.1344/1/10)
Conveyance 1 Henry Oswald Bell Wood of the Haven Charmouth, retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army 2 Dorothy Winifred Adams, the wife of James Sidney Adams of Victor Lodge 162 Brixton Road London, esq Property: (1 to 2): [part of property in D/LRM/A2/1/6] and shown on an enclosed plan, including the Haven Consideration: (2 to 1) 1775 (D/LRM/A2/1/12)
Conveyance 1 Joan Chapple alias Hutchins of Charmouth, spinster 2 Edward Edwards of Lyme Regis, merchant Abraham Podger of Whitchurch, yeoman Recites tha the property was leased to Richard Piers by John Petre in 1575 for a term of 2000 years. The property has since passed to the hands of Andrew Lymbry who mortgaged it to William Lymbry in 1665 for a sum of 120. Andrew Lymbury defaulted on payment and has therefore forfeited his estate in the property. William Lymbry died in 1674 leaving 1 as his executrix 1 to 2 in trust Property: Mans Tenement comprising 4 dwelling houses, 2 of which were burnt by 1665, Mans Mead (2a) and Mans Common (1a) in Charmouth (D.1265/2/2)
Conveyance 1 John Edwards of Lyme Regis, gent 2 Arthur Bond of Charmouth, yeoman 3 Barnabas Dare of Marshwood, gent and Rose his wife 4 Andrew Tucket of Lyme Regis, gent Amos Callard of New Inn, Middx, gent 5 Robert Batten of Lyme Regis, gent Recites that 3 has mortgaged the property to 1 in 1709 on behalf of Rose Dare. 2 is the last surviving trustee. There is a sum of 195 outstanding 2 to 4 in trust for 1 Property: 3 Closes called Lea, the Barly Croft and the Little Meadow (10a) adjoining the river running to Stoake Mill in Whitchurch Canonicorum (D.1265/5/1)
Conveyance 1 May Lillian Phillips, wife of Gordon Griffin Phillips, formerly of Enmore Cottage Chideock Bridport, but now of The Haven Lower Sea Lane 2 Henry Oswald Bell Wood residing at The Commercial Inn Charmouth, retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Army Property: (1 to 2) [as in D/LRM/A2/1/6] Consideration: (2 to 1) 1425 5 Jun 1933 With a receipt from the Land Charges Department 1933 (D/LRM/A2/1/8)
Conveyance 1 Revd John Dixon Hales 2 Ecclesiastical Commissioners Property: (1 to 2) A pice of land adjacent to the churchyard of Charmouth and the parish pound, to be used as an extension to the churchyard Consideration: Freely Given (PE/CMO/CW 27)
Conveyance 1 Robert Lawrence Cochran of Langmoor Manor, Charmouth, esq 2 Louise Ingeborg Anna Butler of Great Glemham House, Suffolk 1 to 2 Property: as in D1344/1/9 Consideration: 3250 (D.1344/1/17)
Conveyance 1 Sir John Jackson of London, kt John Proffitt of Westminster, solicitor Charles Charleton of London, cement manufacturer 2 John Clarke Hawkshaw of Westminster, esq 3 Selwyn Francis Edge of Ditching, Sussex, gent 2 to 3 with the consent of 1 Property: Lilly Farm (60a 1r 38p) in Charmouth (shown on the attached plan) Consideration: 3 to 1 400 3 to 2 1600 (D.1344/2/12)
Conveyance 1 The Revd Harry George Harrison of Hatfield Peverel vicarage Essex 2 William John Mills of Billsea Charmouth, carpenter Property: (1 to 2) [a portion of land as in D/LRM/A2/1/4] and shown in an enclosed plan Consideration: (2 to 1) 75 (D/LRM/A2/1/5)
Conveyance 1 William John Mills of Charmouth, carpenter 2 May Lillian Phillips, the wife of Gorden Griffin Phillips of Enmore Cottage Chideock near Bridport, gent Property: (1 to 2) [as in D/LRM/A2/1/3] and shown on an enclosed plan, together with the dwelling house known as the Haven, lately in the occupation of 1 with the right of way Consideration: (2 to 1) 1400 (D/LRM/A2/1/6)
Conveyance 1. Alfred Capper Pass of Wootton Fitzpaine Esq 2. Charmouth Parish Council Consideration: 5s Property: Piece of land at Charmouth as shown on plan Includes plan (PC/CMO/27/1/3/2)
Conveyance 1. Alfred D Pass of Wootton Fitzpaine, esquire 2. Elizabeth Pass of Wootton Fitzpaine, widow 3. Frederick Charles Marsh of Charmouth, butcher Consideration: 200 (3 to 1) Property: Two pieces of land situate in Charmouth and numbered 146 and 148 on the 1903 Ordnance Survey map of the parish; two pieces of pasture called `Marbles' and `Undercliff' numbered 238 and 239 on the tithe map of the parish of Charmouth With letter dated 6 December 1934 (PC/CMO/21/4/5)
Conveyance 1. John Richmond of Charmouth, retired gamekeeper 2. Burial Board for the Parish of Charmouth Parcel of land at Langmoor in the Parish of Charmouth, numbered 5 on the tithe commutation map of the said parish Consideration: 126.15.0 (2 to 1) Endorsed with a memorandum of the conveyance in 1974 by the Parish Council of Charmouth to the Secretary of State for the Environment of the land in the above deed (PC/CMO/9/6/6)
Conveyance 1. Norris Roper of Mappercombe Farm in the parish of Powerstock yeoman and John Shepherd of Askerswell yeoman 2. Edward Chilcott of Charmouth miller 3. Abel Whittle of Lynch Farm in the parish of Powerstock yeoman Recitals: Richard Shepherd gent, late of West Milton in the parish of Powerstock and owner of the described property by his will of 4 July 1854 nominated 1 as his executors and on his decease (11 July 1862) to convert into money all the residue of his real and personal estate in trust for certain people named in his will 1 to 2 Property: a close of land called Long Mower in West Milton containing 1 acre, 1 rood and 16 perches and numbered 325 on the Powerstock Tithe map and in the occupation of John Chilcott Consideration: 110 (2 to 1) Covenant for Abel Whittle to produce the deeds and documents relating to the close (D.1202/1/1)
Conveyance 1a Vernon Ansdell Schalch of Sligo House, Cheltenham, Gloucs., retired colonel b. James Hugh Gordon Schalch of The Court, Charmouth, Esq 2. Mary Edith Schalch and Annie Verner Schalch, both of The Court, Charmouth, spinsters Consideration: 6 Property: land in Charmouth on the south side of the Lyme Regis to Bridport road and part of a close numbered 82 on the 1903 ed. Ordnance Survey map of Charmouth Includes plan With covering letter, 30 June 1920 (PC/CMO/26/2)
Conveyance in fee simple of a messuage and premises being no.4 Saint Mary Street, Melcombe Regis. Mary Hill of Charmouth, widow (1), George Andrews, solicitor, and Edwin Henry Oakley, manager of the Wilts and Dorset Banking Company, both of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (2), the said George Andrews, Edwin Henry Oakley, and Fanny Hill of Radipole, widow (3), to Frank Upjohn of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, Professor of Music (4) (D.1013/1/28)
Conveyance of 2 freehold messuages and premises in Pound Street, Lyme Regis. Augustus Bennett of Charmouth, postman (1), to William Henry Bennett of 2 St Andrews Gardens, Bridport, mariner, and Mary Elizabeth Bennett of the same place, spinster, and Minna Helen Bennett of the same place, spinster (2) (D.1098/1/13)
Conveyance of a one sixth part in hereditaments in Lyme Regis (relating to 2 messuages or dwellinghouses in Pound Street). Augustus Bennett of Charmouth, postman (1), to William Bennett of Lyme Regis, accountant (2) (D.1098/1/12)
Conveyance of dwellinghouse and premises (formerly 2 small houses under one roof) with the garden thereto in Pound Street, Lyme Regis. Theophilus Bartlett Goddard of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, banker (1), to Henry Bennett of Lyme Regis, gentleman (2), Edwin Bennett of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, printer (3), John Bennett of Kentisbeare, Devon, grocer (4), William Bennett of Lyme Regis, accountant (5), Elisha Bennett of Jane Street, Commercial Road, London, Middlesex, mariner (6), and Augustus Bennett of Charmouth, draper's assistant (7) (D.1098/1/6)
Conveyance of library, Poole. John Bingley Garland of Stone Cottage, and Martin Kemp Welch of Poole, to Sir Ivor Bertie Guest of Canford Manor, the Reverend George Vallis Garland of Langton Matravers, the Reverend Lester Lester of Monkton Wyld near Charmouth, James Kemp of Poole, George Robert Peurcey of Poole, merchant, David Slade of Poole, merchant, Frederick Styring of Poole, brewer, William Pearce of Parkstone, George Belben of Parkstone, merchant, Edwin Buckland Kemp Welch of Poole, gentleman, George Braxton Aldridge of Poole, gentleman, Henry William Dickinson of Parkstone, gentleman, John Bull Lilly Boyt of Longfleet, gentleman, Charles John Stone of Poole, merchant, Samuel Vallis Hopkins of Poole, grocer, John Pitt Gutch of Longfleet, gentleman, Henry Mooring Aldridge the younger of Poole, gentleman, Charles William Oakley of Poole, merchant, Edward James Cowday of Longfleet, gentleman, James H Boyt of Longfleet, gentleman, John Barnes Durell of Longfleet, gentleman, William Lankester of Poole, bookseller, and William Peurcey of Poole, chemist (D.967/6/1/3)
Conveyance of messuage with slaughterhouse, coach house and stables in Charmouth; Yeatlands Farm and Underdown Farm in Axminster (Devon), under the terms of the will of Benjamin Bradford. (Gummer, Darby, Templer). (D/VIZ 6)
Conveyance of the school site From the Revd Henry Tregonwell Bower of Fontmell Parva, clerk and Elizabeth Syndercombe his wife; the Revd William Plucknett of Horstead Keynes, Sussex clerk; Edward Gillam White of Chapel Staircase, Lincolns Inn, London, barrister; the Revd Henry Rawlinson of Symondsbury, clerk; Henry Syndercombe Bower of Shroton House, to Joseph Robert Edwards of Bridport for the use of theRevd Henry Rawlinson as rector of Symondsbury; John Pitfield and John Pope of Symondsbury as churchwardens; Elizabeth Syndercombe Bower, William Plucknett and Edward Gillam White as Foundation Trustees and Joseph Gundry of the Hyde, Walditch, Samuel Sherring Keddle of Beaminster MD and Charles Bullen of Charmouth Subscribers Trustees Plan on deed (S.200/1/2/1)
Conveyance to uses (copy). (1) John Channon Lee, esquire of Charmouth; Henry Trotman Lee of Lyme Regis, gent; Robert Hills of Albion Place, Blackfriars, Surrey, esquire and Marth Hills his wife; Edward Overton Lee of Lyme Regis, gent. (2) Philippa Lee of St Albans, Hertford, spinster. (3) James Manning of the Temple, London esquire; Walter Oke Edge of the same place, esquire (4) Henry Trotman Lee (5) Edward Overton Lee. Mentioned Simon Lee late of Lyme Regis esquire deceased, father of John Cannon Lee, Henry Trotman Lee, Martha Hills and Edward Overton Lee. Two messuages in Lyme Regis (D.1/LQ 7)
Conveyance, with draft 1 Selwyn Francis Edge of Ditching, Sussex 2 Vernon de Courcy McCarthy of Hove, Sussex, jeweller Annie Gertrude Mullings of Streatham, Surrey 1 to 2 Property: a strip of land 157ft 30ft, part of Lilly Farm lying between the Axminster Road and the Old Road from Lyme Regis in Charmouth Consideration: 50 (D.1344/2/14)
Copy Conveyance 1 Selwyn Francis Edge of Ditchling, Sussex 2 William Hunter of Charmouth, fisherman 1 to 2 Property: a plot of land (99 1/3 sq yds), part of Lilly Farm in Charmouth Consideration: 20 (D.1344/2/15)
Copy conveyance 1. The Revd Edward John Mackie, incumbent of the benefice of Charmouth 2. Church Commissioners for England 3. Frederick Arthur Sewards and Ada Pethick Sewards his wife, both of `Jacolines', Crock Lane, Bridport (3 to 2) Consideration: 4000 Property: Dwellinghouse, outbuildings and garden situate in Charmouth and known as Charmouth Rectory Includes plan (PC/CMO/16/3/1)
Copy deed of Cattleburrows, held in trust for Magdalen Almshouse, Allington, and poor of Charmouth and Whitchurch Canonicorum under will of Robert Salter (PE/BT/CH 3)
Copy lease for 1,000 years 1. William Ellesdon of Charmouth, gent and Anne his wife 2. John Eyres, Mayor of Lyme Regis and the capital burgesses of Lyme Regis Consideration: 5 Property: Beach at Charmouth for the purposes of hauling to Lyme Regis sand, gravel and stones Annual rent: 6d (PC/CMO/21/8/1)
Copy lease of messuage and close of land. (Ellesdon to Richards). (This is said to relate to the Charmouth Almshouse and Shoe and Stocking Charity). (D/PAV 22)
Copy letter from Mr Boyle and Mr Inson, Charmouth churchwardens to [ ] concerning the granting of a licence for a beer and cider house (PC/CMO/11/2/87)
Copy letter stating the views of the managers on the proposed closure of Wootton Fitzpaine Voluntary Contribution School, and transfer of pupils to Charmouth, with a reply from the County Education Officer (PE/WFP/SC 1/1)
Copy marriage settlement of Rosina Darby and John Cooke Cox. Yeatlands Farm and Underdown Farm, Axminster Devon); farm property in Charmouth; Higher Wylde Farm, Whitechurch Canonicorum. (Darby, Cox, Tucker, Templer, Gummer). (D/VIZ 7)
Copy memorandum of an agreement between Benedicta Durston, lady of the manor of Charmouth and the minister, churchwardens, overseers of the poor and surveyors of the highways of the parish of Charmouth concerning the former's rights to haul sand, gravel etc from the foreshore (PC/CMO/21/8/2)
Copy mortgage of the poor rates to secure 150 1. Burial Board of the Parish of Charmouth 2. John Giol Philpot of Fowey, Cornwall, Esquire Premises: Poor rates to the sum of 150 (PC/CMO/9/7/5)
Copy of court leet and view of frankpledge for the manor of Charmouth, with notes by Mr Pavey (PC/CMO/19/1/1/3)
Copy of the proceedings of the Court Leet and View of Frankpledge with the Court Baron of Mrs Benedicta Durston, lady of the manor of Charmouth (PC/CMO/17/1/1)
Copy of the will of Richard Gollop of Charmouth, dated 12 Sep 1725, leaving 10 yearly to bind two poor boys apprentice (PE/NBY/CH 2/1)
Copy report of Lord Brougham's Commission concerning charities in England and Wales, 1818-1837 for the parish of Charmouth (the charities included are `Salter's Charity', the `Almshouse Charity' and the `Shoe and Stocking Charity' or `Tutcher's Charity') (PC/CMO/20/1/1)
Copy vestry resolution concerning the rights of the inhabitants of the parish of Charmouth to haul sand, gravel etc from the foreshore (PC/CMO/21/8/3)
Copy will with grant of probate of John Willmont of Charmouth, yeoman 3 Nov 1854 [Proved 28 Mar 1855] (D.1344/2/3)
Copy will with grant of probate of Thomas Willment of Charmouth, yeoman 15 Jul 1849 [Proved 29 Apr 1850] (D.1344/2/2)
Correspondence about erection of telegraph poles on land of Vearse Farm adjoining road from Bridport to Charmouth (DC/BTB/A/E4)
Correspondence and papers concerning the electoral roll; the discussion group; the ruridecanal conference; the visitation service at Charmouth; the Christian service; a social evening with the Lyme Regis Methodists; a request for a temporary kiosk on the church care beach; the re-election of officers; and a list of committee members (PE/LR/PCC 3/9)
Correspondence between the Revd A Tucker of Wootton to the Revd Hodges of Charmouth concerning Sarah Stickland, with voucher (PC/CMO/11/2/71)
Correspondence concerning the extension and maintenance of the Charmouth water supply (PC/CMO/25/3/4)
Correspondence concerning the provision of housing in Charmouth; Includes a survey of present occupiers, their type of house and their annual rent, 30 Sept 1919 (PC/CMO/24/1/1)
Cottage at Charmouth. Sketch, plans and description. Architect: W F Harber. ['The Builder', 16 Mar 1907]. (D.848/B/2)
Counterpart Lease 1 Edward Sally of Bridport, gentleman, Revd Bryan Coombe of Charmouth, clerk, and John Bragg of Charmouth, gentleman, trustees of Cattlebury's Charity 2 Bento Dare of Uplyme, Devon, yeoman Property: two closes of land in Whitechurch Canonicorum called Over Cattle Barrows and Middle Cattle Barrows [further described] Term: 7 years Consideration: 40 per year plus 5 per year for every acre ploughed (PE/WCC/CH 1/5)
Court order for the trustees of the Robert Salter's Charity to pay to the churchwardens and overseers of the parish of Charmouth one third of the rents and profits of the lands held by the charity, with copy (PC/CMO/20/3/4/5)
Covenant 1 Matthew John Liddon of Charmouth Lucy Liddon of Charmouth 2 Ann Farwell Moly of Hawkchurch, widow 1 agree to produce title deeds in their possession relating to property at Langmoor, Charmouth to 2 (D.1344/1/11)
Cross-section of West Dorset Railway from Charmouth to junction with Bridport Railway (DC/BTB/V17)
Declaration of trust. Thomas Moleyns. Lands in Forstershaye, Rydge, Maundevylshaye, Yerde, Whitchurch, Charmouth, Athelington, Bridport, Shepton, Notyngton and others granted to John Draper, prior of Christchurch Twynham, Thomas Trenchard, knight, William Hody, Chris Martyn, Henry Trenchard, Richard Pole, William Fursedon and William Vycary, by feoffment of 12 February 1522. Mentioned: Robert Moleyns, son of Thomas Moleyns, son of said Thomas Moleyns, Joan, wife of Thomas Moleyns, junior, Elizabeth, Jane, Anne and Katherine, daughters of Thomas Moleyns, junior. (D.1/10935)
Deed of covenant 1. Anna Martha Schalch of The Court, Charmouth, widow 2. Charmouth Parish Council Whereby 1. covenants not to interfere with the diverted course of the River Char Includes plan (PC/CMO/27/1/3/3)
Deed of gift 1. Alfred Douglas Pass of the Manor House, Wootton Fitzpaine, esquire 2. Elizabeth Pass of Wootton Fitzpaine, widow 3. Salisbury Diocesan Board of Finance, Church House, Salisbury, Wilts (1 to 2 as beneficial owner and to 3) Property: Piece of land with the buildings thereon abutting upon Sea lane, Charmouth Includes plan With covering letter (PC/CMO/20/6/2)
Deed of recovery of a messuage, lands and appurtenances in Charmouth - Robert Henry Jones successful in recovery against Archibald Richard Francis Rosser [Parchment indenture with pendant seal in metal case] (D.2010/1)
Deed to lead to the uses of a fine 1 Francis Folaquier of Taunton, Soms, grocer and Elizabeth his wife 2 Benjamin Bradford of Wootton Fitzpaine, clothier 3 Jacob Burrows of Charmouth, blacksmith 1 and 2 to 3 Property: as in D1344/1/2 (D.1344/1/3)
Deeds and correspondence relating to the conveyance of Grange House, Axminster Road, Charmouth. Parties mentioned: O'Kelly, Slaughter, Bowditch, Farmer, Capon, Jones, McCoy, Postles. (D.1611/1)
Deeds of house and 2 acres of land, also half tenement adjoining called Culver Mead, on south side of Charmouth Street, later site of Mill View Cottages, which were put up 1814-16, destroyed by fire 1851, rebuilt and let to Admiralty. (Storme, Lymbrey, Bayly, Wesley, Comminge, Chase, Smith, Copleston, Peak, White, Gollop, Dare, Edwards, Jennings, Dalby, Kent, Cook, Combe, Purlewent, Warren, Golding, Brown, Scovell, Attwood, Templer, Barton, Beeston, Humphrey, Hills). With signatures of Bartholomew and John Wesley; will of John Edwards of Charmouth, with probate, 1746; promissory notes of Amasa and John Cook, 1814, 1836; press cuttings concerning property, 1959. (D/PAV 26)
Deeds of two closes of pasture called Over Cattleburrows and Middle Cattleburrows, part of manor of Berne or Barne in Whitchurch Canonicorum, on south-west of Beagleshaylane and north-east of Artlake Coppice; one-third of income to be used for Allington Almshouse, one-third for poor of Charmouth, one-third for poor of Whitchurch Canonicorum (Way, Hunt, Butt, Edwards, Burrow, Drayton, Dare, Davie) (DC/BTB/AB52)
Department of Transport booklets on the Charmouth bypass (D.1669/2)
Disclaimer by Anna Martha Schalch of the Court, Charmouth, widow, as a trustee of the estate of the late Henry Borough of Charmouth, gardener. Also disclaiming all the real and personal estate bequeathed including the field in Sea Lane Charmouth (D/LRM/A2/1/1)
Dorset 1st ed. 1" O.S. map showing coast from Charmouth to Bindon Hill. (D/COO/E/2)
Draft agreement between Robert Humby of Springfield, Furzehill, Wimborne, chartered structural and civil engineer and Charmouth Rural District Council, with specification for the construction of the sea wall (PC/CMO/21/6/3)
Draft Conveyance 1 Mary Edith Schalch and Annie Verner Schalch of the Court Charmouth 2 Vernon Ansdell Schalch of High House Cheltenham Glous, retired Army Colonel and James Hugh Gorden Schalch of The Court Charmouth, both trustees of 1 3 William John Mills of Billsea Charmouth, carpenter Property: (1 to 3) a piece of land on the west side of Lower Sea Lane, being No. 88 on the Ordnance Survey map, now in the occupation of F C Marsh and shown on an attached plan Consideration: (3 to 2 by the direction of 1) 200 (D/LRM/A2/1/3)
Draft Conveyance 1 William John Mills of Billsea Charmouth, carpenter 2 The Revd Harry George Harrison of Hatfield Peverel vicarage Essex Property: (1 to 2) [a portion of land as in D/LRM/A2/1/3] and shown on an attached plan Consideration: (2 to 1) 58 (D/LRM/A2/1/4)
Draft lease 1. Gertrude Evans of Hammond's Mead, Charmouth, spinster 2. Charmouth Parish Council Property: Cliff face and under-cliff numbered 146 and part of 50 on the Ordnance Survey map of the district Annual rent: 1 Plan enclosed (PC/CMO/21/4/8)
Draft lease 1a. Alfred Douglas Pass of Wootton House, Wootton Fitzpaine, esquire b. Katharine Olive Pass, wife of 1a c. Edward Alfred Harris of Albion Chambers, Bristol 2. Charmouth Parish Council Property: Foreshore and foreshore rights in the parish of Charmouth from the high water mark seawards, and the beach between the high water mark and the cliff foot, together with the building known as the Old Cement Works Annual rent: 50 With covering letter dated 8 June 1936 (PC/CMO/21/4/7)
Draft Quitclaim. 1. Sir Henry Bayly of Lyme Regis. 2. Samuel Coade Culverwell of Charmouth. Consideration: 10s. 1 to 2 property: as in D.1249/1/1. [Refers to the transaction in D.1249/1/6]. (D.1249/1/8)
Elizabeth otherwise Frances Sharley age: 36 Occupation: wife of a General Labourer Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: April 24th 1899 Parish of Leigh (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4614)
Ellen Abbott age: 27 Occupation: Servant Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 5th 1899 Parish of Sherborne died December 15th 1939 (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4615)
Emmanuel Staples age: 29 Occupation: Farm Labourer Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 23rd 1899 Parish of Broadwindsor (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4619)
Escape of Prince Charles (later Charles II) from Lyme Regis and Charmouth. (D.574/47)
Expenses payable by Charmouth Parish Council to Lyme Regis Parish Council (PC/CMO/6/7/1)
Extract from an analysis of water from the mains at Charmouth (PC/CMO/25/7/1)
Final Concord (copy) [1] Benjamin Bradford [2] Francis Folaquier and Elizabeth his wife [1] to [2] Property: a messuage, barn, 3 stables, 2 curtilages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 10 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow and 30 acres of pasture in Charmouth (D.1344/1/1)
Fire Insurance Policy for buildings at Lilly Farm, Charmouth (D.1344/2/9)
From their father William, containing interesting information about fares from Bristol to Taunton etc. There are several from their school friend Edgar Hawkes (one for Tom alone in 1844) who shared their interest in natural history specimens Their aunt Elizabeth Lee writes in 1840 to tell them of a whale washed up on the Charmouth coast, and in 1856 she hopes for their support concerning her proposition for an industrial school in Bridport. Anne Billett, nurse to the boys when young, sends them family news, and received a reply from Bristol (D/COL/C 49)
Further Mortgage 1 John Rendall of Allington, manufacturer 2 William Colfox of Bradpole, esq Further security for a mortgage of 1,300 Property: a dwelling house on the south side of the street in Allington leading from Bridport to Charmouth, erected on the west side of a messuage destroyed by fire and adjoining the Lord Nelson (formerly the Ship Inn) (D/BTM/A1/2)
Grant of the wardship and marriage of Thomas, son of Sir Thomas Molyns, mentioning manors and farms of Westhall in Folke and Bagber in Sturminster Newton, manor of and land at Butterwick in Folke, manor of East Pulham in Pulham, messuages and land in Whitchurch Canonicorum, Charmouth, Ridge, Caundle Marsh and Folke. (D.102/F/1)
Grants of exclusive right of burial to a Mrs Shipway of Charmouth, with covering letter and receipt (PC/CMO/9/4/5)
Grocery order books from J.R.W. Bragg, Charmouth. (D.777/1)
HARRY STAMP OF CHARMOUTH, PAINTER AND GLAZIER, ARCHIVE (D.341)
Hilton. Lease, release 1. James Syndercombe of Dorchester and Boucher Syndercombe of Ansty 2. Rev. W Combe of Charmouth, John George Vivers of New College Oxon., Richard Escott of Coalhurst 3. Rev. John Vivers of Sidling St. Nicholas 28 Oct. 1756 Appointment ? marriage settlement dated 1721, 1. Elizabeth daughter of J Kennington of Long Burton (D/BOW/KW/76 a+b)
History of Charmouth Cemetery (PC/CMO/9/11)
Insurance policy of Edward Smith of Charmouth on 3 cottages at Stoke Abbott. (D/SSA/E 17)
Insurance policy with the National and Local Government Officers' Mutual Insurance Association, Ltd on behalf of Reginald Keith Hussey of Kimberley House, Chideock, Bridport, clerk to the Charmouth Parish Council (PC/CMO/31/1/1)
J R W Bragg of Charmouth, Grocers (D.777)
James Burrough age: 29 Occupation: Gardener Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 27th 1899 Parish of Whichurch Canonicorium (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4621)
James Cleal of Charmouth, labourer (reputed father) and Hannah Hussey (PC/CMO/11/4/2/17)
James Goodwin of Charmouth, servant (reputed father) and Ann Manning (PC/CMO/11/4/2/10)
James Goodwin of Charmouth, servant (reputed father) and Ann Manning [Duplicate copy of item PC/CMO/11/4/2/10] (PC/CMO/11/4/2/11)
James Hall of Charmouth (reputed father), Melessa Hall his mother and Hester Butler (PC/CMO/11/4/1/2)
James Parsons, aged 19, son of James Parsons of Charmouth, deceased, elected Thomas Taunton of Hilfield, gent and Roger Hawkins, butcher, as guardians. Roger Hawkins later renounces his guardianship, James Parsons junior elects Nicholas Elford of Martock, Somerset, gent. (AD/DT/G 2/13)
John Bragg, age 65. Occupation: Mason. Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: March 1850 (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/709)
John Ellery son of John Ellery of Charmouth to Joseph Baker, hairdresser (D/LRM/AB4/44)
John Read age: 52 Occupation: Sawyer Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 12th 1899 Parish of Woodlands (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4617)
Joseph Harris, son of John, shoemaker, to Joseph Lugg of Charmouth, mason (DC/LR/M/10/22)
Jubilee, 1935: list of children in Charmouth receiving books and mugs (D/PAV 31)
Julia Alberta Symes [Private patient] age: 51 Occupation: None Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: 9th September 1903 charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/33/545)
Kate Pope age: 38 Occupation: formerly Nurse Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 23rd 1899 Parish of Briantspuddle (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4620)
LANGMOOR ESTATE AND LILLY FARM, CHARMOUTH (D.1344)
Langmoor Estate, Charmouth (D.1344/1)
Latter from T Wall and Sons Ltd concerning an icecream hut on Charmouth Beach and a quotation to build huts by Harry Hebditch, Ltd [Found in PC/CMO: 2/1/2 at 28 March 1938] (PC/CMO/2/2/2)
Lease 1 James Parson of Charmouth, yeoman 2 Henry Henley of Leigh Recites that Andrew Lymbry of Bradpole mortgaged the property to William Lymbry in 1662. Andrew Lymbry has since defaulted in payment and therefore forfeited his estate in the property. William Lymbry died in 1674, leaving the property to Joan Chapple alias Hutchins who has since married 1 1 to 2 Consideration: 10 Term: 900 years Rent: 1d pa Property: an orchard in Charmouth ( a) (D.1265/2/3)
Lease and Counterpart Lease. 1. The Mayor and Burgesses of Lyme Regis. 2. Samuel Coade Culverwell of Charmouth esq. Consideration: 25. Term: 99 years. Rent: 1s pa. 1 to 2. Property: as in D.1249/1/1. (D.1249/1/5)
Lease for 21 years 1a. Alfred Douglas Pass of Wootton Fitzpaine, esquire b. Katharine Olive Pass, wife of 1a c. Edward Alfred Harris of Albion Chambers, Bristol 2. Charmouth Parish Council Annual rent: 10s Property: Pasture situate in Charmouth numbered 126b, 132 and 133 on the Ordnance Survey map of the parish (PC/CMO/21/4/6)
Lease for 7 years 1. Charmouth Parish Council 2.a. Frederick Penny of Charmouth, carpenter b. William Campbell Little of Charmouth, retired colonel c. William John Dampier of Charmouth, provision merchant all trustees of the Charmouth Playing Fields Property: Parcel of meadow situate in the parish of Charmouth and numbered 99 on the Ordnance Survey map (1903 ed) Annual rent: 1s Includes plan And Agreement between 1 and 2 to extend the lease as a yearly tenancy (PC/CMO/28/3/1)
Lease for a year. (1) Clement Joynes of Charmouth and Elizabeth his wife, William Comings of Southwark, Surrey, weaver, George Comings of the same, cordwainer and John Hale of Bermondsay and Mary Rebecca his wife. (2) Robert Batten of Charmouth. Churchyard Close and a messuage called the Ship. Mentioned: William Comings, deceased and Robert Smith. (D.1/10598)
Lease of National School and schoolmaster's house 1879; draft conveyance of school playground and school to Dorset County Council 1925; papers about properties and proceeds of sales, 1869-1928; order and sealed bye-laws for Charmouth School Board (PE/CMO/SC 2)
Legal Case [1] John Edwards of Lyme Regis, gent [2] William Limbry, an infant Nathaniel Peirse and Mary Limbry spinster acting on his behalf Defence of [1] to complaints made by [2] about land transactions in D1265/2/2 and D1265/2/3 and other transactions concerning land in Charmouth n.d. (1 doc) [incomplete] (D.1265/2/5)
Letter and order from Mr Maclean to Mr W Boyle confirming the establishment of a Board of Health in Charmouth and the names of its members (PC/CMO/11/2/95)
Letter concerning the power of ratepayers to object to the accounts of Charmouth Parish Council or of Bridport Rural District Council (PC/CMO/8/2/1)
Letter from [H Lillington] to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the case of a woman named Burridge (PC/CMO/11/2/137)
Letter from [Thomas] Helland to the overseers of the poor at Charmouth concerning relief for Elizabeth Bishop and her three children (PC/CMO/11/2/28)
Letter from Benjamin Hallett to Mr Case concerning payments to be made to the parish of Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/16)
Letter from Benjamin Hallett to Mr J R Kitt concerning his arrears to the parish of Charmouth, with an addition by J R Kitt (PC/CMO/11/2/21)
Letter from Bircham and Co to the Honourable Charles Grove, Office of Woods and Forests, Whitehall Place, [?London] concerning the rights of the Crown to Charmouth foreshore (PC/CMO/21/4/2)
Letter from C[Charles] Wanklyn, Overton, Lyme Regis to [Robert Cromwell] Edwards [Staines, Middlesex] Details of The Edwards family of Lyme Regis. Mentions earliest reference to an Edwards in 1578, James, a merchant and shipowner of Charmouth; details of John Edwards , mayor of Lyme Regis 1689-90; James Edwards of Bank House; Edward Edwards, mayor 1668-69 and Zachary Edwards, mayor 1887-90 and 1902-4. Offers to show RCH the original documents from which the information was taken (D.1163/1/1)
Letter from Charles Ollier, Registrar of Bath Hospital to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the removal of Martha Bowdidge from Bath (PC/CMO/11/2/69)
Letter from Dr Cross to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the serving of a summons (PC/CMO/11/2/105)
Letter from Elizabeth Bishop to John Ridges concerning her intention to return to Charmouth if her allowance is not increased (PC/CMO/11/2/73)
Letter from G Lumb to Mr W Boyle acknowledging receipt of a letter from the parish of Charmouth to Viscount Melbourne (PC/CMO/11/2/93)
Letter from George Hart, overseer of Charmouth to John Lee, overseer of Honiton, Devon enclosing payment of a bill for the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/64)
Letter from George Tapp of Bath General Hospital to the overseer of the parish of Charmouth concerning the possessions of the late John Stickland, with an addition by Jacob Kitt, overseer (PC/CMO/11/2/15)
Letter from H Waring, Town Clerk of Lyme Regis to the overseers of Charmouth concerning money owed towards the expenses of the register of parliamentary voters (PC/CMO/11/2/124)
Letter from I Templer to Mr William Watts concerning payment for work done in Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/106)
Letter from J D Hales to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth declining to act as Guardian of the Poor (PC/CMO/11/2/118)
Letter from J Stone to the overseers of Charmouth concerning expenses incurred by Mr John Hodges in the Mary Clarke case (PC/CMO/11/2/111)
Letter from John Curry, overseer of Walcot, Bath to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth concerning Elias Hone [? Hore] (PC/CMO/11/2/81)
Letter from John Day of Broadwindsor to the churchwardens and overseers at Charmouth concerning Sarah Symes (PC/CMO/11/2/76)
Letter from John Lee to the overseers of Charmouth giving details of money given to the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/49)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to Mr John Ridges, overseer at Charmouth requesting payment of a bill for the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/39)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to Mr S Buller, overseer at Charmouth requesting the payment of a bill for the Lanyan family and their removal to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/56)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to Mrs Ridges, overseer at Charmouth concerning non-payment of a bill for relief paid to Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/42)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth concerning the reimbursement of money paid to the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/52)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the payment of a bill for Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/57)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton, Devon to the overseers of Charmouth requesting payment of a bill for Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/70)
Letter from John Lee, overseer at Honiton. Devon to the overseers at Charmouth concerning a bill to Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/67)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of Honiton, Devon to Mr G Bray, acting overseer of Charmouth requesting the payment of money given to Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/45)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of the parish of Honiton, Devon to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of Charmouth concerning non-payment of a bill concerning the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/35)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of the parish of Honiton, Devon to the overseers of Charmouth concerning Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/61)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of the parish of Honiton, Devon to the overseers of the parish of Charmouth concerning the continued non-payment of the bill for relief to Mary Lanyan's family (PC/CMO/11/2/43)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of the parish of Honiton, Devon to the overseers of the poor of Charmouth requesting payment of the bill for Mary Lanyan's family and threatening to remove them to Charmouth if payment is not received (PC/CMO/11/2/59)
Letter from John Lee, overseer of the parish of Honiton, Devon to the overseers of the poor of Charmouth requesting the payment of a bill for the Lanyan family (PC/CMO/11/2/33)
Letter from John Sturmey of Weymouth to the churchwardens and overseers at Charmouth concerning payment of relief to a Mr Case (PC/CMO/11/2/83)
Letter from John Sturmey to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth concerning Tarrant [Terence] Case (PC/CMO/11/2/82)
Letter from John Sturmey to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth concerning the Case family (PC/CMO/11/2/86)
Letter from John Sturmey, overseer at Weymouth to the churchwardens and overseers at Charmouth concerning the Case family (PC/CMO/11/2/85)
Letter from Lloyds Bank concerning the account of Charmouth Parish Council and a note of financial arrangements concerning the diversion of the River Char (PC/CMO/27/1/2/3)
Letter from Mary Lanyan to the overseers of Charmouth requesting the payment of the money owed to the overseers of Honiton, Devon, due to the refusal of Mr Lee to give her any further relief (PC/CMO/11/2/44)
Letter from Mr Maclean to Mr W Boyle concerning the Local Board of Health to be established at Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/94)
Letter from Robert Russell to the Revd B Coombe concerning Elizabeth Hodder's claim for assistance from the parish of Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/10)
Letter from Samuel Harvey to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of Charmouth concerning the County Rate (PC/CMO/11/2/36)
Letter from Septimus Smith to the churchwardens of Charmouth concerning a curate's licence (PC/CMO/11/2/77)
Letter from Stephen Lawrence to the overseers of Charmouth requesting relief due to the sickness of his wife, with an addition by Daniel Slade (PC/CMO/11/2/11)
Letter from Terence Case to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth concerning the possibility of an increase in the relief given since his accident (PC/CMO/11/2/84)
Letter from the Clerk of the Peace's Office, Sherborne to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the appointment of Pitfield of Bridport as coroner for Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/54)
Letter from the Lighting Committee to Charmouth Parish Council requesting an additional lamp on Upper Sea Lane (PC/CMO/11/2/134)
Letter from the Revd A Broadley of Bradpole to the Revd E R Breton concerning their meeting in Charmouth regarding Cattleburrows (PC/CMO/11/2/123)
Letter from Thomas Bartlett on behalf of the parish officers of Morden to the parish officers of Charmouth requesting payment of an account (PC/CMO/11/2/8)
Letter from Thomas Beach for D Robert to the overseers of Charmouth concerning a missing payment to a Mr Clark's wife (PC/CMO/11/2/72)
Letter from Thomas Bidwell to the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth requesting the withdrawal of his name from the list of candidates for the office of Guardian for the Poor (PC/CMO/11/2/116)
Letter from Thomas Bishop to Mr Smith, overseer at Charmouth concerning the maintenance of his children (PC/CMO/11/2/74)
Letter from Thomas Christopher of the parish of St Philip and Jacob, Gloucs. to the overseers of the parish of Charmouth requesting payment of a bill for relief given to Eleanor Sumption (PC/CMO/11/2/22)
Letter from Thomas Christopher, overseer of the parish of St Philip and Jacob, Gloucs. to the overseers of the Parish of Charmouth requesting payment of a bill for relief given to Eleanor Sumption (PC/CMO/11/2/25)
Letter from W Evans, overseer of the parish of Crewkerne to the overseers of Charmouth requesting relief for Robert Munford and his family (PC/CMO/11/2/23)
Letter from W Jennings, overseer at Bridport to the overseers of Charmouth concerning the injuries sustained by Elizabeth Gordge and the intention to remove her to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/41)
Letter from W Jennings, overseer at Bridport to the overseers of Charmouth requesting relief for a young woman named Gor[d]ge who had fallen into a fire (PC/CMO/11/2/40)
Letter from W Squire, overseer at Taunton, Soms to Gabriel Bray enclosing reimbursement for money given by Charmouth to June Bowditch (PC/CMO/11/2/65)
Letter from William Sawyer to Mr Henry Uhthoff stating that the former has no claim on the parish of Charmouth, with envelope (PC/CMO/11/2/122)
Letter from William Sawyer to W Dunn enclosing a receipt for an instalment of mortgage repayment by the churchwardens of Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/121)
Letter of thanks from the clerk of Charmouth Parish Council to Mr RWJ Pavey for his preparation and presentation of the two files of `Old Parish Papers' (PC/CMO/19/1/1/1)
Letter to the Clerk of Bridport Rural District Council concerning the level of Charmouth Reservoir [Found in PC/CMO: 1/1/4 at page 206] (PC/CMO/1/2/4)
Letters and other papers concerning Charmouth coast-guards, volunteers, school, almshouse, Old Manor House, Charmouth House, duel etc; families of Ellesdon, Gorges, Fooks, Norris, Templar etc, including unsigned, undated letter of C.B.Fry about stay in Charmouth. (D/PAV 18)
Letters concerning fire hydrants at Lower Sea Lane and at Charmouth County School (PC/CMO/7/3/1)
Letters concerning the proposed use for the Charmouth water supply of a stream at Wood Farm (PC/CMO/25/3/2)
Letters concerning the purchase by the Burial Board of land in Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/2/130)
Letters from J.B.S. Bullen of Charmouth to Mr. Battiscombe about Battiscombe family and site of Beauchinhayes in Marshwood Vale, mentions October election 1924 in West Dorset. (D.257/F/6)
Letters, papers and newscuttings mainly concerning Charmouth: description of Charles II, dead fish on beach in 1963, field names, Charmouth Bridge, lay subsidy roll, census returns etc, account of two supernatural happenings narrated by M.J.S.Hoch in 1968. (D/PAV 19)
Lilly Farm, Charmouth (D.1344/2)
List of documents relating to the ownership of Charmouth foreshore by John James Coulton (PC/CMO/21/4/3)
List of persons having vote in Lyme Regis election by virtue of owning property in Charmouth (D/PAV 34)
Lists of pulpit supplies for the Seaton, Charmouth and Lyme Regis District (1 bundle) [These are a plan of preachers' services around the chapels] (NP.11/CM/4/1)
Litton Cheney Assignment of mortgage 1. Edward Henvill of Abbottsbury, gentleman. 2. John Bartlett of Stancombe, Litton Cheney, yeoman. 3. D Cox of Charmouth, widow. 4. Isaac Shave of Powerstock, cordwainer, Stancombe farm and two thirds of Stancombe. Witnesses: B Combe Nicholas Stickland, John Symes, William Way, Hugh Cox. (D/BOW/KW/427)
Litton Cheney, Mortgage 1. John Bartlett of Stancombe. 2. Isaac Shave of Powerstock, cordwainer. 3. Dorcas Cox of Charmouth, widow, 40, two thirds of Stancombe farm. Witnesses: George Keats, Silas Symes, Thomas Young (D/BOW/KW/402)
Map and notes for an alternative route, Charmouth Bypass Public Inquiry Indemnity form for site visiting (D.1669/3)
Map of Charmouth beach showing the boundary of foreshore property controlled by Charmouth Parish Council Surveyor: Based upon the Ordnance Survey map Scale: [Not given] Size: 690 mm 235 mm Paper; coloured (PC/CMO/21/12/1)
Map of Charmouth foreshore showing the mouth of the River Char; Annotated with the route of an electricity cable Surveyor: Ordnance Survey Scale: 1/2500 enlarged Size: 600 mm 505 mm Paper (PC/CMO/34/3)
Map of Charmouth Surveyor: LFA Maddocks, chartered engineer and surveyor Scale: 1:2500 Size: 730 mm 540 mm Paper (PC/CMO/34/2)
Map of the county of Dorset Shows county boundaries, rivers, hills, woods, parks, churches, borough towns with their number of MP's, market towns, rectories and fairs. [Drawn additional roads linking Crookhorn to Lyme Regis, Axminster to Charmouth, Dorchester to Wareham, Winfrith to Weymouth, Milford to Blandford, Blandford to Wimborne, Wimborne to Cranborne and Blandford to Salisbury. Marks on this last road the Woodyotes Inn.] Decorative cartouche of a tree and a shepherd with his sheep. Surveyor: Tho[ma]s Kitchin Scale: 2 in to 14 miles Size: 225 mm x 286 mm Coloured ink wash on paper (M29/1)
Marriage certificate for William Bennett of Lyme Regis and Elizabeth Spear of Bridport, 26 Dec 1864 Copy of birth certificate of William Henry Bennett, 25 Sep 1865 Copy of birth certificate of Mary Elizabeth Bennett, 14 Feb 1867 Copy of birth certificate of Esther Myra Bennett, 10 Nov 1870 Copy of birth certificate of Minna Helen Bennett, 24 Apr 1873 Copy of death certificate of Esther Myra Brown, 16 Dec 1906 Statutory declaration of Augustus Bennett of Charmouth, postman, 6 Jun 1907 (D.1098/4/1)
Marriage settlement: 1. Combe William Charmouth, clerk. 2. Sarah Syndercombe daughter of James Syndercombe of Dorchester, 3. Richard Brodrepp of Mapperton, Gregory Syndercombe of Symondsbury, clerk. Witnesses: Gregory Syndercombe, Samuel Slade, W Mayo. (D/BOW/KW/312)
Marryat Family of Charmouth (D/XSL)
Mary Symes age: 41 Occupation: Domestic Servant Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 11th 1899 Parish of Bridport died March 23rd 1933 (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4616)
Mary Tubbs age: 58 Occupation: None Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: April 13th 1899 Parish of Hinton Martell (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4613)
Matthew Gear, age 48. Occupation: Tinman. Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 1863. Parish of Charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/1306)
Meadow on Charmouth road, Lyme Regis (DC/LR/J/29)
Memorandum of a vestry meeting concerning the binding as apprentice of Ackan Dober to Henry Whitney of Charmouth, mason (PC/CMO/11/5/1/9)
Memorandum of the Chairman of Charmouth Parish Council detailing the history of the cemetery from 1886 to 1966 (PC/CMO/9/11/1)
Minutes At the front: minutes of a meeting of the Charmouth Fire Brigade, 26 October 1938 (PC/CMO/2/1/3)
Miscellanea: notes on trial of Earl of Strafford, 1641; inquisition at Dorchester about Bingham's Wolcombe in Toller Porcorum, 1649; bill of lading, French, 1653; fees of Borough of Yeovil, undated; Lieutenant's commission (blank) signed by Earl of Bath, 1690; inventory of goods of Charmouth man, 1695. (DC/LR/O/4A)
Mortgage 1 James Parsons of Charmouth, yeoman Joan Parsons his wife 2 John Edwards of Lyme Regis, merchant 1 to 2 Consideration: 6 Property: as in D1265/2/3 (D.1265/2/4)
Mortgage of the poor rates to secure 302.19.0 and interest 1. Burial Board for the Parish of Charmouth 2. Miss Eliza Mears and Miss Sarah Mears of Dorchester, spinsters Premises: Poor rates to the sum of 302.19.0 (2 copies) With covering letter (PC/CMO/9/7/3)
Mortgage to secure 4,206 1. Parish Council of Charmouth 2. Devon and Exeter Savings Bank, Bedford Circus, Exeter, Devon Premises: Council revenues to the sum of 4,206 and interest (1 doc) Includes a memorandum of variation of interest, 1956 With covering letter, 1962 (PC/CMO/6/11/1)
Mounted newspaper cuttings concerning Pavey family, Charminster and Charmouth events, archaeology and history etc. [Some undated]. Includes also Rules of Western Union Association for the Protection of Property (established 1837). (D/PAV 2)
Newspaper article about Charmouth parish cemetery; note of the burial of Mr Colton; transcript of a tombstone inscription (PE/WAR/IN 4/1)
Newspaper cutting from the Pulman's Weekly News concerning the levying of rates by Bridport Rural District Council and by Charmouth Parish Council (PC/CMO/8/2/2)
Noah Hughes age: 22 Occupation: None Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: May 20th 1899 Parish of Sixpenny Handley (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/4618)
Note certifying the publication of banns of marriage between William Channon of Honiton, Devon and Martha Vial of Charmouth (PC/CMO/16/1/2)
Note concerning a right of way through `The Lears' and the transfer from Mrs Schalch to the Charmouth Parish Council of the Battery Bridge (PC/CMO/27/1/3/5)
Note of the rent of and volume of water consumed by water meters in Charmouth (PC/CMO/25/5/2)
Note that John Hucksford of Charmouth and Dorothy Hurden of Chickerell were married by banns in Chickerell on 19 March 1764 (PC/CMO/16/1/1)
Notebooks compiled by R.W.J. Pavey on every aspect of Charmouth's history, people, buildings etc, with separate index. (D/PAV 16)
Notice by the churchwardens and overseers of Charmouth of the election of Joseph Cozens, grocer as a Guardian of the Poor (PC/CMO/11/2/119)
Notice of an appeal against the removal order of Sarah Dare, widow of William Dare, deceased, and Ann and Henry her children from Lyme Regis to Charmouth; notice of the abandonment of said removal order (PC/CMO/11/3/5/11)
Notice of an appeal against the removal order of William Norman and Hannah his wife from Whitchurch Canonicorum to Charmouth; notice of the grounds of the appeal; notice of the abandoning of the removal order and an order quashing it; notice of a further removal order of William and Hannah Norman from Whitchurch Canonicorum to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/5/12)
Notice of appeal against the removal order of Jonas Cavell, Agnes his wife and Wiliam, Thomas and an unchristened daughter their children from Charmouth to Netherstowey, Soms; notice of appeal against the removal order of said Cavell family from Charmouth to Hawkchurch, with an order of sessions confirming this removal order (PC/CMO/11/3/5/3)
Notice of regulations and charges governing the use of Charmouth beach (PC/CMO/21/11/1)
Notice of removal of William Norman and Hannah his wife to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/80)
Notice of the proposed sale of the Congregational Manse and adjoining cottage in Charmouth, in the matter of the charity consisting of the Congregational Chapel, Minister's House and Trust Property (PC/CMO/20/2/2)
Notice of the removal order of Ann Clarke, illegitimate daughter of Sarah Dare the widow of William Dare deceased, from Lyme Regis to Charmouth; notices of appeals against the removal order and an order quashing it (PC/CMO/11/3/5/13)
Notice of the removal order of Eneas Cross, Elizabeth his wife and their two children from Fordington to Charmouth; order for and notices of the adjournment of an appeal until the next Sessions (PC/CMO/11/3/5/14)
Order confirming the removal order of James Broom from Sidbury, Devon to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/5/10)
Order in Council pursuant to the Burial Act (16 and 17 Victoria) imposing limits on burials within Charmouth Parish Church and churchyard (PC/CMO/9/5/1)
Order investing the Charmouth Parish Council with powers under the Open Spaces Act 1906, with covering letters (PC/CMO/29/1)
Order made out against Charles Edwards of Charmouth, requiring him to pay maintenance for the support of the male bastard child of Elizabeth Roper (PE/WCC/OV 6/3/14)
Order made out against Robert Lock of Charmouth, labourer, requiring him to pay maintenance for the support of the male bastard child of Rose Hansford `widow of Hansford and who has been dead these 7 years' (PE/WCC/OV 6/3/29)
Order of Court of Chancery following petition of inhabitants of Charmouth about mismanagement of Salter's charity [Copy] (DC/BTB/AB53)
Order of Sessions to bind John Locke to Benjamin Diment of Charmouth, blacksmith (PC/CMO/11/5/1/45)
Order quashing the removal order of Hope Elliot, singlewoman from Whimple, Devon to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/5/5)
Order quashing the removal order of Jeremiah Williams, Margaret his wife and Thomas, Rachael and Richard their children from Wootton Fitzpaine to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/5/9)
Order quashing the removal order of Joseph Gerrard, labourer, Mary his wife and William and Samuel their Sons from Chideock to Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/5/8)
Order requiring James Govier of Charmouth, servant to pay maintenance for his bastard child by Elizabeth Norman, singlewoman (PE/STA/OV 4/2/14)
Order to make a return of all pauper lunatics [Annotated `None in the Parish of Charmouth'] (PC/CMO/11/14/1)
Order to repay Hurst Timberlake of Charmouth, esquire (reputed father) 20 paid as an indemnity against his bastard daughter Betsey born of Betty [Goring] and Hurst Timberlake's receipt for the 20 (PC/CMO/11/4/1/1)
Order to the Receiver General to reimburse the Overseers of Charmouth for payments to the wives and children of Samuel Gordge and Robert Bagg, serving in the Militia (PC/CMO/11/6/6)
Ordnance Survey sheet XXXVII NW showing Catherston Leweston, Wootton Fitzpaine and part of Charmouth Surveyor: Ordnance Survey Scale: 6 in to 1 mile Size: 570 mm 425 mm Paper (PC/CMO/34/1)
Original village reminiscences from Dorset W.I.s produced in 1985 for the Countryside and Public Affairs sub-committee comprising: (a) Buckland Newton: 80 years ago, Dominy's yard; (b) Recollections of village life in Chickerell 1925-1938; (c) By carrier to Dorchester; (d) Pimperne Village Reminiscences - these have been typed up into a booklet Dorset Memories; (e) Colehill; (f) Marnhull; (g) Anecdotes and reminiscences taken from East and West Stour W.I. Village History; (h) Charmouth; (i) Life story of Miss D Seeviour of Horton; (j) Melbury Abbas; (k) Shaftesbury; (l) Sherborne; (m) Sydling St Nicholas; (n) Sturminster Newton Recollections; (o) Preston cum Sutton Poyntz; (p) Winfrith Newburgh; (q) I Remember by Molly Budden, Holt; (r) Billy Biles' story, Milborne St Andrew; (s) Swanage: the Two Bays (W.19/2)
OS 1/2500 map of Charmouth, 1928, showing field names from tithe records of 1842 and those in use in 1960. Houses occupied in 1952 numbered in red, to go with register of electors, 1952, and list of houses. 6" OS map, 1930, with additional fields and numbers; map of Stokebarrow Farm, c.1910 (D/PAV 25)
Overseer's note of statistics concerning the size of the population, housing and employment in Charmouth, with notes by Mr Pavey (PC/CMO/19/1/1/5)
Packet marked "Re East Window and Window under Gallery on the south side of Charmouth Church. Please do not open until 1980" (PE/CMO/CW 21)
Pamphlet entitled `A few Notes on Charmouth Street from Charmouth House to the Coach and Horses Hotel and some of the people who have lived there'; (Charmouth Notes, Part II) (PC/CMO/19/2/3)
Pamphlet entitled `A few Notes on the Eastern Portion of "Charmouth Street" including "The Lower Sea Lane", "The Higher Sea Lane" and Some of the people who have lived there; (Charmouth Notes, Part III) (PC/CMO/19/2/4)
Pamphlet entitled `A Few Notes on the North West end of Charmouth and some of the people who have lived there'; (Charmouth Notes, Part I) (PC/CMO/19/2/2)
Pamphlet entitled `Leaves taken at random from my Charmouth Note Books and A Few Ghost Stories' (PC/CMO/19/2/1)
Papers of Thomas Tarr of Charmouth, largely in connection with Marianne Short's affairs and his own insurance (D/PAV 29)
Particulars of sale of timber in Marshwood. To be held at The Mail Coach Inn Charmouth (D.1/KS 25)
PAVEY OF CLIFTON, CHARMINSTER AND CHARMOUTH ARCHIVE (D/PAV)
Pedigree and notes and letter concerning the deRohan-Rochefort family. (Prince Charles de Rohan died at Charmouth, 1965). (D/PAV 23)
Photocopy of a post card of Lyme Regis from Charmouth Road with a holiday message dated 18 June 1928 to Lakie from Mary, addressed to Miss J Lake at Nestle and Anglo Swiss Condense Milk Co., Purchasing department, 6/8 Easteheap London EC3 (Ph905/3)
Photograph albums of Birkett family, showing inter alia photographs of Charmouth (D/PAV 13)
Photograph looking down Higher Sea Lane, Charmouth (D.1064/2)
Photograph of the bottom of Higher Sea Lane, Charmouth (D.1064/1)
Photograph taken from the cliffs at [Charmouth, looking towards Lyme Regis] (2 copies mounted on one sheet of card) Form: positive prints Size: 72 mm 69 mm Photographer: W R Warn 1 doc (D.1717/2/1)
PHOTOGRAPHS FOR CHARMOUTH PARISH AND SURROUNDING AREA GUIDE (D.1361/4)
PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARMOUTH (D.1317/18)
Photographs of Charmouth (D.1361/3/6)
Photographs of Charmouth (D.1361/4/1)
Photographs of Charmouth (D.1361/6/6)
Plan of Charmouth foreshore and Lower Sea Lane Surveyor: Frederick S Kett of Axminster, Devon, surveyor Scale: 1 in to 208.33 ft Size: 260 mm 250 mm Linen; coloured (PC/CMO/34/4)
Plans showing route of the A35 Charmouth Bypass for Department of Transport Scale: 1: 2500 [A0400/RL/101-103] (D.1669/4)
Policies with the Royal Insurance Company Ltd insuring Charmouth Parish Council as owners of the Charmouth foreshore (PC/CMO/21/10/2/1)
Policy with the National and Local Government Officers' Mutual Insurance Association Limited on behalf of Reginald Keith Hussey, clerk to the Charmouth Foreshore Committee (PC/CMO/21/10/1/1)
Probate copy will of Benjamin Bradford of Charmouth, made 1790, proved 1792. Mentions Yeatlands Farm and Woof Farm, Axminster (Devon). Account book of Dr Syndercombe and B Combe, trustees to the will, in account with Gummers and Davie, 1792-1835, with inventory of plate, money and securities of Benjamin Bradford at front, and notes about tenancies of estate at back. (D/VIZ 5)
Probate copy will of Charlotte James, widow of Sherborne. (late of Charmouth) made 1858, proved 1864. Red Hay, The Cliff and Cutters' Acre in Bishopston, Glamorgan. (D/VIZ 14)
Profit sharing agreement between Charmouth Parish Council and Beach Sports [West Country] Ltd of Plymouth, Devon regarding the hire of canoes and bathing floats (PC/CMO/21/7/1/1)
Programme of events in Charmouth Silver Jubilee week (PC/CMO/32/2)
Proposed Cottage, Charmouth (D/WAL/C2/1/47)
R.W.J.P.'s MS. notes on Charmouth, vols I, II and III; 2 long letters of Maggie writing from Stokewater House, near Beaminster, in 1968, with notes. (D/PAV 17)
Reconveyance 1 Cuthbert William Morris and Richard Spearing Morris of North Curry, Soms, land surveyors 2 Edward Frederick Irwin of Charmouth, esq 1 to 2 Property: as in D1344/1/9 Consideration: 700 plus interest (D.1344/1/15)
Reference book to plans of Dorsetshire Estates - Compton family. Mapperton, Melplash, Limbury, Netherbury; Loders, Allington, Watford, Netherbury and Bradpole; Courtwood in Burstock and Broadwinsor; Hogchester Farm, Whitechurch Canonicorum and Charmouth; Loxtree in Evershot; LydlinchIn. Includes reference number, description, acreage, value, field names and occupiers. (D.1/9966 A)
Register of fees [The burial dates and plot numbers cross-refer to Charmouth burial registers (PC/CMO/9/2/2/1)
Release of trustee 1 Frederick E L Sharp of Charmouth, gent 2 F J Tucker of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent 1 to 2: release party 2 as trustee of the will of F J Sharp Consideration: (2 to 1) 4134 12s 3d (D/LRM/A8/3)
Release. Will of Rev Henry Uhthoff of Huntingfield (1) Henry Uhthoff of Charmouth gent, (2) Frances Julia Uhthoff, late of Huntingfield, Suffolk spinster executirx of Will of her father Henry (3) Henry Uhthoff, (4) Thomas Tindall of Aylesbury (5) Frances Julia Uhthoff (6) Edward Uhthoff of Stourbridge (7) Ronland Burdon of County Durhamandand Edward Robert Porter of Brighton, Sussex. (D.1/4200)
Removal Order made against Betty Norman, singlewoman Removed to Charmouth (PE/BDW/OV 3/2/119)
Removal Order made against Elizabeth Hewer, singlewoman - Removed to Charmouth (PE/FOR(SG)/OV 5/2/29)
Removal Order made against Elizabeth Norman, singlewoman Removed to Charmouth (PE/BDW/OV 3/2/123)
Removal Order made against Sarah Wakeford, singlewoman Removed from Charmouth (PE/BDW/OV 3/3/83)
Removal Order made out against Ann Pitfield, singlewoman - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/33)
Removal Order made out against Daniel Gerrard, Mary his wife and Jane, Susan, Daniel, William and Anne their children - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/44)
Removal Order made out against Elizabeth Case, singlewoman - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/64)
Removal Order made out against Jane Pitfield, singlewoman - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/28)
Removal Order made out against John Hoare, Anne his wife and William their child - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/60)
Removal Order made out against Mary Wakeley, singlewoman - Removed from Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/3/38)
Removal Order made out against Nathanial Harvey and Sarah his wife - Removed from Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/3/9)
Removal Order made out against Robert Locke, Rosanna his wife and Robert and John his sons by his late wife - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/35)
Removal Order made out against William Gerrard and Ann his wife - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/68)
Removal Order made out against William Norman and Hannah his wife - Removed to Charmouth (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/74)
Removal Order made out against William Norman and Hannah his wife - Removed to Charmouth [Duplicate copy of item PE/WCC/OV 4/2/74] (PE/WCC/OV 4/2/75)
REMOVAL ORDERS FROM CHARMOUTH (PC/CMO/11/3/3)
REMOVAL ORDERS TO CHARMOUTH (PC/CMO/11/3/4)
Report on the Charmouth water supply by Captain A E Taylor (PC/CMO/25/1/1)
Reports to Charmouth Parish Council concerning street lighting and fire hydrants (PC/CMO/23/1/1)
Requisitions on title to the foreshore and land at Charmouth, with replies from the Pass Family Trust to Charmouth Parish Council (PC/CMO/21/4/13)
Resolution concerning the proposed extension of the Borough of Lyme Regis to include Charmouth, and a proposal of a vote of thanks to Messrs Walter and John West, water engineers during the war [Found at the front of PC/CMO: 2/1/3] (PC/CMO/2/2/4)
Resolution concerning the purchase of Charmouth Beach and the appointment of a sub-committee [Found in PC/CMO: 2/1/2 at 20 Oct 1937] (PC/CMO/2/2/1)
Resume of meetings, procedures, agreements and magazine article relating to collection of fossils resulting from the construction of the Charmouth bypass (D.1669/1)
Richard Goss, son of John Goss to John Davies of Charmouth, seaman (DC/BTB/Z/1/7)
RSPCA: Lyme Regis and Charmouth Branch (D/LRM/G1)
Sale catalogue of properties in Lyme Regis and Charmouth: Powlett House, houses and land in Lyme Regis; Lilly Farm, houses and land; manor of Langmoor or Charmouth, with mineral rights, foreshore and cement mill, site of powder magazine etc, all in Charmouth (D/PAV 35)
Sale particulars of Chedington Court including manor farm and Broadleaze Dairy, Woodcock's Farm, Lower Farm, Winyard's Gap Inn, Picket Farm, Manor Farm, Court Farm, with plan; of Hampton Farm with plan in Frampton; of the Hethfelton Estate in Wool; of the Piddletrenthide Estate with 2 plans including Bank Farm, Kiddles Farm, Egypt, Bellamys and Jeney Farms, Hope Farm, Lackington Farm, Fleet Farm, Kingrove Farm etc; of Lea Farm in Piddlehinton with plan; of Westhay Farm and Cottage in Charmouth; of Bloxworth Estate with 2 plans; of Fontmell Parva Estate in Child Okeford. (D.798/1)
Sale particulars of land forming part of the Charmouth Manor Estate, with plan (PC/CMO/21/5/1)
Samuel Burrow of Charmouth, blacksmith (reputed father) and Elizabeth Pippen wife of Thomas Pippen (PC/CMO/11/4/2/1)
Scale of charges for the Charmouth water supply and a blank draft form of application for water supply (PC/CMO/25/5/3)
Schedule of documents relating to land at Lower Sea Lane and the foreshore, Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/4/14)
Scrap Book Includes newspaper cuttings, photographs, leaflets and brochures Gives details of the winners of a public speaking competion held by the Charmouth, Bridport and Lyme Regis Business and Professional Womens Club 1976; Annual Prize Giving Ceremony (includes details of numbers of O Level and CSE exams passed by individual pupils but not subjects) 1976; Sports Day 1977 and a cruise taken by Dorset pupils in the Mediterranean 1977 (S.182/5/1)
Settlement Certificate of Ann Lock - Place of legal settlement: Catherston [Leweston] [`Charmouth' written originally but crossed out] (PC/CMO/11/3/1/10)
Settlement Certificate of John Daniel Margary and Elianor his wife Place of legal settlement: Charmouth (PE/NBY/OV 1/1/8)
Settlement Certificate of Joseph Burrough, mariner and his two sons John and Ambrose - Place of legal settlement: Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/1/1)
Settlement Certificate of Josiah Vatcher, gardener - Place of legal settlement: Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/1/15)
Settlement Certificate of Mary Hayes the elder - Place of legal settlement: Charmouth (PC/CMO/11/3/1/8)
Settlement Examination of Elizabeth Case, [domestic servant], endorsed with an order of removal to Charmouth from Whitechurch Canonicorum Who states that 'she was taken ill and has now partly lost the use of her left side' (PE/WCC/OV 4/1/14)
Sketches and tracings of maps of parts of Charmouth, one from OS map, 1928, some with field names written in; list of field names from tithe award of 1843 (D/PAV 24)
Smart lets it to Swire. Robert Smart of Galton in Ower Moyne, gentleman, to Walter Swire, yeoman. Recites that William Floyer of Charmouth, esquire., leased quarter of the manor for 99 years on lives, now for 50s. [Owermoigne] (D.1/2681)
Specification and plan by William Vallins and John Bragge for a barrel drain in the main street of Charmouth, with envelope (PC/CMO/25/8/1)
Specification by Frederick S Kett of Axminster, Devon, registered architect for the erection of public conveniences at Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/7/3/1)
Specification by Frederick S Kett of Axminster, Devon, surveyor for a proposed sewer from Higher Sea Lane to Main Street, Charmouth (PC/CMO/25/8/4)
Specification by Mr A B Childs of Waterloo House, Charmouth for fencing the Charmouth playing fields (PC/CMO/28/2/1)
Specification for a proposed committee room at Lower Sea Lane, Charmouth [Includes letters from Frederick S Kett of Axminster, Devon, architect and surveyor concerning work carried out in Charmouth by Messrs G and C Moulding of Axminster, Devon, contractors, 1937-1938] (PC/CMO/30/2/1)
Statement of Matthew John Liddon Esq, lord of the manor of Charmouth concerning the rights of the lord of the manor over the beach at Charmouth (PC/CMO/21/4/1)
Surrender. Elizabeth Keech of Charmouth, widow (by John Stephens of Beaminster, baker, her attorney) and Sarah Merefield of Beaminster, widow to Edward Loring of Beaminster, butcher. Cottage in St Mary Well Street, Beaminster, field called Clampitts. Mentioned: Henry Samways, deceased, John Keech late husband of said Elizabeth Keech. (D.1/10842)
Susan Symonds [Private patient] age: 78 Occupation: None Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: 22nd February 1904 Charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/33/566)
Susanna Browning age: 59 Occupation: none Date of admission to Herrison Hospital: February 1881 Parish of Charmouth (NG/HH/CMR/4/32/2958)
Table of burial fees due to Charmouth Parish Council (PC/CMO/9/2/2/5)
Telegram to Charmouth Parish Council from a representative of King George V on His Majesty's Silver Jubilee, with envelope (PC/CMO/32/1)
The Return of Church wardens and Overseers of the parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Cannonicorum of men qualified to serve on Juries: BURNARD William (Linman). BIDWELL Thomas (Gent). CULVERWELL Joseph (Shoemaker). DIMENT Benjamin (Blacksmith). FOSS William (Inn Holder). HAWKINS Richard (Boarding House Keeper). JASON WIlliam (Gent). LOVE William (Butcher). LOVE John (Butcher). LOCK Matthew (Builder). MILLS Robert (Inn Holder). SMITH Henry (Miller) WATTS Edward (Shop keeper). WILLMOT Thomas (Farmer). (QSJ/5/1825/272)
The return of Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum of men qualified to serve on Juries: BOYLE Michael Walford (Gent). BURNARD William (Manufacturer). CARPENTER John Cook (Esquire and Captain Royal Navy). COUSENS James (Farmer). COOKNEY Charles (Yeoman). COUSENS Joseph (Shop Keeper). CULVERWELL Samuel Coade (Gent). DIMENT Benjamin (Blacksmith). DUNN Samuel (Carpenter). EDWARDS William (Butcher). FOSS William (Inn Keeper). GALPIN Thomas Carter (Artist). GOODLAND Henry (Gardener). LOCK Matthew (Carpenter). LOVE John (Butcher). LOVE William (Butcher). LUGG Joseph (Mason). MILLS Robert (Inn Keeper). MORRIS Henry Gage (Esquire and Captain Royal Navy). POWEL James (Butcher). SMITH Edward (Miller). VALLENS William (Builder). WILMENT Thomas (Farmer). WILSON Josiah (Gent). WOONTON Edward (Gardener) (QSJ/5/1830/55)
The return of Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum of men qualified to serve on Juries: BOYLE Michael Walford (Gent). BURNARD William (Manufacturer). COOKNEY Charles (Yeoman). COUSENS Joseph (Shop Keeper). CULVERWELL Samuel Coade (Gent). CARTER John (Carpenter). DIMENT Benjamin (Blacksmith). DUNN Samuel (Carpenter). FOSS William (Inn Keeper). GALPIN Thomas Carter (Artist). LOCK Matthew (Carpenter). LOVE John (Butcher). LUGG Joseph (Mason). LUGG James (Mason). MILLS Robert (Inn Keeper). POWELL James (Butcher). POTTER William (Cordwainer). SMITH Edward (Miller). VALLENS William (Builder).; WILSON Josiah (Gent). WALKER Robert (Baker). WOONTON Edward (Gardener). WATTS William (School Master) (QSJ/5/1833/152)
The return of Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch of men qualified to serve on Juries: BOYLE Michael Walford (Gent). BURNARD William (Manufacturer). COUSENS James (Farmer). COOKNEY Charles (Yeoman). COUSENS Joseph (Shop Keeper). CULVERWELL Samuel Coade (Gent). DIMENT Benjamin (Blacksmith). DUNN Samuel (Carpenter). FOSS William (Innkeeper). GALPIN Thomas Carter (Artist). LOCK Matthew (Carpenter). LOVE John (Butcher). LOVE William (Butcher). LUGG Joseph (Mason). LUGG James (Mason). MILLS Robert (InnKeeper). POWEL James (Butcher). POTTER William (Cordwainer) SMITH Edward (Miller). VALLENS William (Builder). WILMENT Thomas (Farmer). WILSON Josiah (Gent). WOONTON Edward (Gardener) (QSJ/5/1832/266)
The Return of the Church wardens and Overseers of the parish of Charmouth in the hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on juries: BINSTEED, John (Harness Maker), BRAGG, William John (Gentleman), COZENS, Joseph (Grocer), COOKNEY, Charles (Yeoman), CULVERWELL, Samuel Coade (Gentleman), COOK, John Wilson (Carpenter), DIMENT, Benjamin (Blacksmith), DUDLEY, Charles Stokes (Gentleman), FOSS, William (Innkeeper), FOWLER, Eli (Sub-Surveyor of Roads), LOVE, William (Butcher), LOVE, John (Innkeeper), LIDDON, John Matthew (Gentleman), LOCK, Matthew (Carpenter), LUGG, Joseph (mason), LUGG, James (Mason), POWELL, James (Butcher), POTTER, William (Boot and Shoe Maker), SMITH, Edward (Miller), SMITH, Henry (Miller), VALLINS, William (Builder), WILSON, Joseph (Gentleman). (QSJ/5/1838/41)
The Return of the Church wardens and Overseers of the parish of Charmouth in the hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on juries: BURNARD, William (Linman), BIDWELL, Thomas (Gentleman), BEAVAN CAREW, Lawrence (Gentleman), CULVERWELL, Samuel (Gentleman), DIMENT, Benjamin (Blacksmith), FOSS, William (Innkeeper), GOODLAND, Henry (Gardener), JUSON, William (Gentleman), LOCK, Matthew (Carpenter), LOVE, John (Butcher), MAEER, Herbert (Yeoman), MILLS, Robert (Innkeeper), WELLS WALL, William (Gentleman), WOONTON, Edward (Gardener), WEST, Richard (Postman), WILMENT, Thomas (Yeoman) (QSJ/5/1826/260)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum in the said County of men qualified to serve on juries:BIDWELL, Thomas (Gentleman), BRAGGE, William (Gentleman), BOYLE, Michael Walford (Gentleman), CARTER, John (Grocer), COZENS, Joseph (Grocer), COLVERWELL, Samule Coade (Gentleman), DIMENT, Benjamin (Inn-Keeper), FOWLER, Eli (Sub Surveyor of Roads), LOCKE, Matthew (Builder), LOVE, John (Butcher), LOVE, William (Butcher), MILLS, Robert (Inn-Keeper), POTTER, William (Boot & Shoe Maker), POWELL, James (Yeoman), SMITH, Edward (Miller), WATTS, William Dodson (Schoolmaster), WILSON, Joseph (Gentleman). (QSJ/5/1835/140)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the parish of Charmouth in the hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on juries: APLIN, Samuel (Grocer), BRAGG, William John (Gentleman), COCKNEY, Charles (Yeoman), CULVERWELL, Samuel Coade (Gentleman), COOK, John Wilson (Carpenter), DIMENT, Benjamin (Blacksmith), DUDLEY, Charles Stokes (Gentleman), FOSS, William (Inn-keeper), FOWLER, Eli (Sub-surveyor of Roads), HODGES, John (Butcher), LOVE, William (Butcher), LOVE, John (Inn-keeper), LIDDON, John Matthew (Gentleman), LOCK, Matthew (Carpenter), LUGG, Joseph (Builder), POWELL, James (Yeoman), POTTER, William (Shoemaker), SMITH, Edward (Miller), SMITH, Henry (Miller), VALLINS, William (Builder), WILSON, Joseph (Gentleman), WATTS, William Dodson (Schoolmaster) (QSJ/5/1837/56)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitechurch Canonicorum, in the said County, of Men qualifed to serve on Juries: BOYLE, Michael Walford (Gent), BURNARD, William (Linman), COUSENS, Joseph (Shopkeeper), CULVERWELL, Samuel (Gent), DIMENT, Benjamin (Blacksmith), FOSS, William (Innkeeper), JONES, George (Gent), LOCK, Mathew (Carpenter), LOVE, John (Butcher), LOVE, William (Butcher), MEYER, Herbert (Farmer), MILLS, Robert (Innkeeper), MORRIS, Henry Gage Esquire (Captain R.N.), WELLS, William Wall (Gent), WILMOT, Thomas (Farmer), WILSON, Joseph (Gent), WOONTON, Edward (Gardener). (QSJ/5/1827/252)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitechurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on Juries. BRAGGE, William, (Gentleman), BIDWELL, Thomas, (Gentleman), BOYLE, Michael Walford, (Gentleman), BURNARD, William, (Merchant), CARTER, John, (Grocer), COZENS, Joseph, (Grocer), CULVERWELL, Samuel Coade, (Esquire), DUDLEY, Charles Stokes, (Gentleman), FOSS, William, (Inn keeper), LOCKE, Matthew, (Carpenter), LOVE, John, (Butcher), LOVE, William, (Butcher), MILLS, Robert, (Innkeeper), SMITH, Edward, (Miller), WATTS, William Dodson (Schoolmaster), WILSON, Joseph, (Gentleman). (QSJ/5/1834/122)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on Juries. BASTON, John, (Butcher), BOND, Henry, (Farmer), BOYLE, Michael Walford, (Gent), BURNARD, William, (Manufacturer), COUSENS, James, (Farmer), COUSENS, Joseph (Shop Keeper), CULVERWELL, Samuel Coad, (Gent), DIMENT, Benjamin, (Blacksmith), EDWARDS, William, (Butcher), FOSS, William, (Inn Keeper), GALPIN, Thomas Carter, (Artists), GOODLAND, Henry, (Gardener), HAWKINS, Richard, (Gent), HIGGINSON, Charles, (Gent), LOCK, Mathew, (Carapenter), LOVE, Benjamin, (Butcher), LOVE, John, (Butcher), LOVE, William, (Butcher), LUGG, Joseph, (Mason), MAUR, Herbert, (Farmer), MILLS, Robert, (Innkeeper), MORRIS, Henry Gage, (Esquire Capt RN), POWELL, James, (Butcher), SMITH, Edward, (Miller), WILMENT, Thomas, (Farmer), WILSON, Josiah, (Gent), WOONTON, Edward, (Gardener). (QSJ/5/1828/253)
The Return of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Charmouth in the Hundred of Whitchurch Canonicorum. Men qualified to serve on Juries. BASTON, John, (Butcher), BURNARD, William, (Manufacturer), CARPENTER, John Cook, Esq, (Capt. RN), COUSENS, James, (Farmer), COUSENS, Joseph, (Shopkeeper), CULVERWELL, Sam. Coad, (Gent), DIMENT, Benjamin, (Blacksmith), EDWARDS, William, (Butcher), GALPIN, Thomas Carter, (Artist), GOODLAND, Henry, (Gardener), LOCK, Matthew, (Carpenter), LOVE, John, (Butcher), LOVE, William, (Butcher), LUGG, Joseph, (Mason), MILLS, Robert, (Inn Keeper), MORRIS, Henry Gage Esquire, (Capt. RN), POWELL, James, (Butcher), SMITH, Edward, (Miller), WILMENT, Thomas, (Farmer), WILSON, Joseph, (Gent), WOOUTON, Edward, (Gardener). (QSJ/5/1829/18)
Three sketchbooks presented to Ellen, Jane and Louisa Foot by the Revd F Cunningham in 1862 [some watercolours] including views of Abbotsbury, Clyffe (parish of Tincleton), Ramsgate, Dunstable, Harrow, Whitechurch, Bindon Abbey, Lulworth, Hethfelton (parish of East Stoke), Portland, Longbredy, Lyme Regis, Swyre, Charmouth, Bindon Landslip, Devon, Guernsey and Alderney. [?sketches by W. Porcher sometime resident at Hethfelton]. (D.949/2/1-3)
Tutchens' Charity and Almshouse: deeds of i) Wades Tenement, containing messuage, garden, orchard, meadow in Mill Lane, ground called Woolmington's in Lyme Lane, orchard and garden belonging to Davys Tenement, 1714 (Ellesdon to Thorne); will of Thos Thorne of Charmouth 1743 proved 1748 ii) Messuage and land called the Common 1735, 1764 (Ellesdon to Richards - later Whitney - to Rector and Parish Officers) iii) Exchange of property: Trustees of Almshouses convey 3 old cottages (the Almshouses) on north of Charmouth Street in exchange for 3 cottages and gardens on east of Lower Sea Lane 1868 (PE/CMO/CH 1)
Two messuages in Charmouth (Oke, Webb) 1767; messuage and garden in Charmouth (Butler, Davey, Ridges) 1792, 1795, 1796. (D/VIZ 26)
Unmounted photographs and postcards, mostly labelled, of Charmouth. (D/PAV 12)
Valuation of the huts and tents at Charmouth foreshore, with covering letter (PC/CMO/21/7/4/1)
Vesting Deed 1 Selwyn Francis Edge of Ditching, Sussex, landowner Myra Caroline Edge, his wife Reginald Ranson Whitty of Beaconsfield, Bucks Gertrude Emma Root of Winchmore Hill, Mddx, 'the trustees' 2 The trustees 1 to 2 Property: Lilly Farm, Charmouth (D.1344/2/16)
Vouchers for monies owed to the Mail Coach Inn, Charmouth, to Samuel Aplin of Charmouth, draper and to Mary Hallett, seamstress (PC/CMO/19/1/1/10)
War Memorial Committee minutes, 1919-21; accounts of Fund 1919-20, 1942-50; list of Charmouth men who served in 1914-18 War; appeal, undated (PE/CMO/SP 1)
Warrant for the apprehension of Amasa Cook of Charmouth, carpenter, named as the reputed father in the bastardy examination of Faith Wakely, widow (PC/CMO/11/4/4/2)
Warrant for the apprehension of John Showers of Charmouth, servant to Thomas Edwards, named as the reputed father in the bastardy examination of Sarah Case (PC/CMO/11/4/4/1)
Warrant for the apprehension of Samuel Baker of Charmouth, tailor, named as the reputed father in the bastardy examination of Ann Bridle (PC/CMO/11/4/4/5)
Warrant for the apprehension of William Chidd of Charmouth, blacksmith, named as the reputed father in the bastardy examination of Mary Norman (PC/CMO/11/4/4/4)
Warrant for the apprehension of William Griffin of Charmouth for his refusal to pay maintenance towards the bastard child of Ann Meech (PC/CMO/11/4/4/8)
Webber family. Copy will of George Webber of Chideock, late of Charmouth, gentleman, 1809, with receipt for legacy to Mrs Susannah Chick, 1818. (D.475/F/36)
West Chelborough. Assignment of mortgage, 1. William Combe of Charmouth 2. Boucher Syndercombe of Ansty in Hilton and Rev. James Syndercombe of Ailesbeare (Devon) 3. William Devenish of Up Sydling 1500 (D/BOW/KW/331)
West Chelborough. Assignment of mortgage, 1. William Devenish of Up Sydling 2. Rev. Gregory Syndercombe of Symondsbury 3. Brian Combe of Charmouth. (D/BOW/KW/332)
West Chelborough. Grant of Manor, Mortgage 1. James Syndercombe of Dorchester 2. Rev. William Combe of Charmouth to marry Sarah Syndercombe 1500 (D/BOW/KW/330)
West Dorset (Bridport to Charmouth) (QDP(M)/R/3/58)
West Dorset Conservative and Unionist Association Charmouth and Wootton Branch (D/LRM/G2)
Will of John Bull, of Charmouth (copy) dated 9 March 1820, proved 28 March 1820. Mentions brother Robert, nieces Elizabeth Shiles, Sarah Shiles daughters of Betty Shiles and Henry Shiles. Also Rawlin Mallock of Axminster gent and Charles Gammes of same place Mercer. Many properties in Charmouth, Whitchurch Canonicorum (D.1/LJ 16)
Will of Lucy Wheeler, wife of George Wheeler, Puddletown, (probate copy) Dated: 14 Aug 1828; probate 8 Oct 1829. Mentioned: daughters Lucy of Charmouth, widow of Richard Collier, late of Lewell, Elizabeth Gill wife of Ralph Gill (D.1/11330)
Will of Richard Brodrepp, Maperton, esq. (probate copy) Dated: 21 Jul 1774; probate 16 Aug 1774. Mentioned: sister: Eleanor Richards, her son John Richards. Nephews: Thomas Light, William Light. Neice: Harriet wife of Mr Charles Best, merchant and three children. Neice: Hester Eleanor Stratton. Kinswoman: Mrs Mary Brodrepp. Mr and Mrs Bragg of Slape, their elder daughter and their sister Miss Ann Adney. Mr William Drewe of New Inn. Mr Thomas Fox and Mr Barnich Fox. Sister: Combe of Shepton Mallet. Brother and sister: Combe of Charmouth and their three children. Also other distant relatives. (D.1/9742)
Will of Thomas Follett of Charmouth, victualler Mentions the bequeathing of several items of clothing including 'one black Damask wastcoat' and 'three womens Caps one handkerchief and two whittles one of them fringed the other plain' [Dated 25 Nov 1732] (AD/DT/W 1732/12)
William Butcher of Charmouth, tailor (reputed father) and Margaret Vincent (PC/CMO/11/4/2/6)
William Dare of Charmouth, labourer (reputed father) and Sarah Clark (PC/CMO/11/4/2/18)
William Griffen of Charmouth, hostler (reputed father) and Ann Meech (PC/CMO/11/4/2/12)