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THE BULL TAVERN, Sturminster Newton - Updated 2020 ...

The Bull Tavern, Sturminster Newton: See 139 unbiased reviews of The Bull Tavern, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #6 of 27 restaurants in Sturminster Newton.

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Sturminster Newton Museum | The Dorset Guide

The town museum in Sturminster Newton. The museum is housed in a former Victorian Chapel which was used by the staff and inmates of the Union Workhouse on Bath Road. Although it looks older it only dates back to 1891

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Sturminster Newton in the 19th Century – Dorset Ancestors

Robert Young was born on the 30th of September 1810 and baptised in St. Mary's church at Sturminster Newton on the 2nd of November 1810. He was the son of a Marnhull man, James Young, and a Sturminster woman, Mary Collins, who were married in 1799. We know Robert had three brothers and a sister all baptised at Sturminster Newton.

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1841 Dorset Census Vol. 4 – Dorset Family History Society

Sturminster Newton, Sturminster Newton Union Workhouse, Sutton Waldron, Tarrant Gunville, Thornford, Todber, Tollard Farnham, Turnworth, Upcerne, West Orchard, West Stower, Yetminster, Yetminster – Chetnole, Yetminster – Leigh. No refund will be made on this item if the seal or wrapper has been broken open.

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Former Union Workhouse, Sturminster Newton, Dorset ...

Sturminster Poor Law Union was formed on 4th December, 1835. The new workhouse, for 150 inmates, was built in 1838 at the north of Sturminster Newton.The architect was Lewis Vulliamy. The design was a variation on the Poor Law Commissioner's model "Y" plan by Kempthorne. After being used as an old people's home for many years, the building was abandoned and became derelict.

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Stour View House, Sturminster Newton, Dorset

ST 7814 STURMINSTER NEWTON BATH ROAD. 8/107 Stour View House. 23.12.77 G.V. II. Union Workhouse, 1838. By L Vulliamy following plan by Kempthorne. Coursed and squared rubble partially rendered, slate roof with gable ends. Rendered

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May 1999 - DORSET - Rootsweb.Com

TOIMC "In the 1841-1891 censuses the "Old Workhouse" was in Burton Street, but that is a long road in Marnhull. This property had been the workhouse for the parish of Marnhull prior to 1834 when the new Poor Law Unions were formed and Marnhull folk had to go to Sturminster Newton's workhouse.

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1835 Robsons Directory - Entries for Sturminster Newton

Sturminster, Newton Castle, a market town and parish in the hundred of Sturminster, Newton Castle, Sherborne division, 8 miles from Shaftesbury, and 108 from London, contained in 1831, 1831 inhabitants, and was assessed in 1815, to £3,406.

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Galpin - Sturminster Newton

1789; Sturminster Newton, Dorset Christened: 26 Jul 1789; Sturminster Newton, Dorset Died: 1821 Buried: 16 Oct 1821; Sturminster Newton, Dorset Other sites: Wikitree. Father: Robert Galpin 1756 – 1837 Mother: Ann Rose. Siblings: Susanna Galpin 1792 – William Galpin 1796 – 1879

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Sturminster Union Workhouse - opcdorset.org

Sturminster Union Workhouse. Hammoon, Hinton St Mary, Manston and Marnhull all lay within the Sturminster Union and any homeless persons from those parishes were sent to the Sturminster Newton Workhouse. Information on the workhouse and photographs of the existing buildings can be found on the excellent History of Workhouses site. Prior to the ...

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The Museum | SNHT - Sturminster Newton Museum and Mill

The Museum was finally opened in the disused Chapel of the old Union Workhouse in Bath Road on 15th July 1989 by Miss Agnes Williams, the granddaughter of Montague Williams who built the chapel in 1890. In 2019, Sturminster Newton Museum & Mill Society became Sturminster Newton …

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Stalbridge's historian | Dorset Life - The Dorset Magazine

When plans were advanced for a Sturminster Newton Museum in the Old Workhouse Chapel, Irene joined the committee and helped to present the Robert Boyle and Thornhill exhibitions there. She also wrote booklets to accompany these exhibitions.

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Dorset History Centre | The National Archives

Dorset History Centre houses the joint archives service for Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole, and the Dorset Local Studies Collection There is a guide to parish registers on the website, and many catalogues of parishes, schools, estate and business archives are available in the former Access to Archives data now in The National Archives' Discovery database

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Sweet Pea Café & More | Sturminster Newton

Overview. Come and soak up the atmosphere at Sweet Pea! Sip a well earned cup of Beanpress Coffee or Dorset Chai Wallah Tea, and sample the delights from our colourful, sustainable menu in our relaxed and friendly café at the heart of Sturminster Newton.

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Sturminster Newton Workhouse Chapel celebrates first art ...

In more recent years Sturminster Newton Museum was based at the chapel until the council moved the museum to town centre premises in 2007. This is the first art exhibition at the Chapel Workhouse, and is sponsored by Robert Frith Optometrists. "Dimensions, an exploration of form, space and colour", exhibiting art by Billie Willcocks, Colin ...

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Sturminster Newton, Dorset - genealogy heraldry and history

Sturminster Newton, a small town and a parish in Dorsetshire. The town stands on the river Stour, with a station on the Somerset and Dorset railway, 120 miles from London, and 8½ NW of Blandford. ... a six-arched bridge, a church rebuilt in 1827, a literary institution, national schools, a workhouse, a fortnightly market on Mondays, and fairs ...

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The Workhouse Chapel - Home | Facebook

The Workhouse Chapel, Sturminster Newton. 785 likes · 159 talking about this. News about events and work at The Workhouse Chapel

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Home | workhouse chapel

the workhouse chapel Since 2012 The Workhouse Chapel in Sturminster Newton has been a creative inspiration to many. 2020 is the year of change for us with exciting plans to bring you year round loveliness as well as our established showcase event, Handmade for Christmas.

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Dorset | Historic Hospitals

STURMINSTER NEWTON. Sturminster Union Workhouse ST 787 148: 100426. SWANAGE. Dorset Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital SZ 033 782: 100467. Swanage Cottage Hospital SZ 128 784: 100406. WAREHAM TOWN. Christmas Close Hospital (Wareham and Purbeck Union Workhouse) SY 918 874: 100407. WEYMOUTH. Portway Hospital (Weymouth Union Workhouse ...

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History of Sturminster Newton in North Dorset | Map and ...

STURMINSTER-NEWTON, a small town, a parish, and a hundred, in Dorset.The town stands on the river Stour, and on the Dorset and Somerset railway, 8½ miles NW of Blandford; dates from very early times; is a seat of petty sessions; and has a post-office‡ under Blandford, a r. station, two banking offices, two chief inns, a market house, remains of a castle and a market cross, a six-arched ...

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1881 Census: Residents of Sturminster Union Workhouse

A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham

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History of Sturminster Newton in North Dorset | Other web ...

Website Description; is dedicated to the workhouse -- its buildings, its inmates, its staff and administrators, and even its poets... This site includes pictures and maps showing the workhouses created by Poor Law units. Read what they say about Sturminster Newton

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Marshalsea - Wikipedia

The Marshalsea (1373–1842) was a notorious prison in Southwark, just south of the River Thames.Although it housed a variety of prisoners, including men accused of crimes at sea and political figures charged with sedition, it became known, in particular, for its incarceration of the poorest of London's debtors. Over half the population of England's prisons in the 18th century were in jail ...

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Hansons Fabrics & Crafts - Home | Facebook

Hansons Fabrics & Crafts, Sturminster Newton. 1K likes. Hansons Fabrics and Crafts is one of the largest fabric warehouses in the South of England with everything you could possibly need all in one...

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Sturminster Newton | British History Online

48 STURMINSTER NEWTON (7814) (O.S. 6 ins. ST 71 NE, ST 71 SE, ST 81 SW) Sturminster Newton is a large parish of about 4,550 acres, traversed by the R. Stour and drained by several small tributaries of that river, notably the Divelish in the S.W. and Chivrick's Brook in the N.E.

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Workhouse Chapel, Sturminster Newton, Dorset | Educational ...

Sturminster workhouse, for 150 inmates, was built in 1838 at the north of Sturminster Newton. The chapel, at the south-west of the site, may have been added later. Not all workhouses had their own chapel. The building was being used a local museum in 2006. Location Dorset Sturminster Newton Period Victorian (1837 - 1901) Tags

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