The papers were mounted, in a broadly chronological order, in three folio volumes by Theodora Helyar during the 19th century. HELYAR DOCUMENTS AND MUNIMENTS FROM COKER COURT. From the litter, our beautiful ginger coloured puppy bitch has become another member of the family. DD\WHh/1011, 1012, 1017, 1026 - 1028. The descent of the Manor as shown by the present collection of deeds is as follows :-. In 1616 it was bought by archdeacon Helyar who added to the structure of the building. SOUTH WEST HERITAGE TRUST: Somerset Archive Catalogue IMPORTANT: Please visit our website for details of our current opening hours, booking procedures and research/copying service. Eliot who once wrote a poem about East Coker. 28.Nos. SOUTH WEST HERITAGE TRUST: Somerset Archive Catalogue Coronavirus - site closures. They at the same time issued an order making void all documents sealed with the original seal from 1642. They relate to lands held at various times by the family, situated in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Southampton and Wilts. The same paper (1110b) also gives an earlier member of the family, "Richard Helyar, Archdeacon of Cornwall, 3 Aug, 1442, Archdeacon of Barnstaple 20 Feb. 1445, died Dec. 15 1446 and buried in Exeter Cathedral", between whom and William Helyar the later Archdeacon it will be seen there is a gap of a hundred years. This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights. [7], Part of the 1996 film Emma, based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen, was shot on location at Coker Court. DD\WHh/948 - 970, 972, 977 - 992. This may have been due to his connection, by his marriage with Mary, daughter of William Cary of Cockington or Lidford, with Henry Cary, Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chancellor of the Household to Qu. 1110b) William Helyar of St Budeaux and Alice Veel, married on tenth of January 1555, though that statement does not quite agree with the entry of the Archdeacon's matriculation at Oxford viz. The skittle alley is housed in an old building at the rear of the pub in the car park, which was converted from an old granary and stables in 1934. Patrick and Claire are resident landlords of The Helyar Arms and are welcoming and friendly. In the north of the village there are three important houses. Charles was at that moment a prisoner at Hampton Court and his Great Seal, carried off to him at York by Lord Keeper Lyttleton in 1642 had been recovered by the Parliament at the surrender of Oxford in June 1646 and broken to pieces. Description Oil on canvas in a carved and giltwood frame. Helyar’s family was founded by his great-grandfather, a notable ecclesiastical pluralist who became archdeacon of Barnstaple in 1605 and bought the manor of East Coker in 1616. DD\WHh/993 - 996, 999 - 1010, 1013 - 1016, 1018 - 1022. 206 - 217. (3,678 × 4,608 pixels, file size: 1.78 MB, MIME type: Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), holding a design for the Georgian wing of Coker Court, Somerset - c.1768 - Thomas Beach.jpg, thos. The earliest indeed is a Confirmation by Geoffrey de Mandeville of a charter of his father Robert de Mandeville of a virgate of land in Estcocre. There must, I suppose, have been other Pardons or documents of a similar character issued by Parliament during the Civil War, but I have never come across one, nor are there any, as far as I can find, in the National Collection at the British Museum. It was previously known as The New Inn and was owned by and mainly served the Coker Court Estate. This we learn from a remarkable document (134) namely, a Pardon for all treasons committed since May 1642 (the outbreak of the War). Several items relate to the unexpected death of Cary Helyar in 1672, shortly after he had arrived in Barbados. English: Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), holding a design for the Georgian wing of Coker Court, Somerset. The largest single collection of Somersetshire Deeds next to that of Coker, relates to Bruton, and more particularly to some fulling mills there, called, after a former owner, Gaunts mills. His father, a royalist colonel, compounded at £1,522 16 s. on the Exeter articles. in Pendomer, made in 1775 (977). Catalogue description HELYAR DOCUMENTS AND MUNIMENTS FROM COKER COURT. 16th - 19th Cent. East Coker is a large village made up of several hamlets, dating back to Norman times rich in fine architecture and mellow stone thatch cottages. This pardon takes the form of Letters Patent of Charles I bearing date 6th Nov. 1648, is sealed with the King's Seal and the testing clause is "I myself, at Westminster", but there is the additional clause "By order of Parliament". Hymerford House, a C12 manor house, where the explorer William Dampier was born, North Coker House which was built in 1877 for George Troyte-Chafyn-Grove or ‘the old squire’ as he was known and Naish Priory, a beautiful old building believed to date to Tudor times. A series of 15 documents relate to the arrest of William Strode of Barrington Court, Somerset, for refusal to supply horses, arms and men for the service of King Charles II in 1661. [5], The MPs grandson, another William Helyar (died 1820; pictured), commissioned architect Joseph Dixon to design a new wing for the Court, in 1766. These lands came into the Helyar family on the marriage of William Helyar, of East Coker (b.1720, d.1783) with Betty Weston in 1743, daughter and co-heiress of William Weston. OS Grid: ST538121. [1] It was erected by the Courtney family who were lords of the manor and rectors of the adjacent parish church. He had 3 brothers: Henry Helyar and 2 other siblings . DD\WHh/733 - 742, 745 - 749, 751 - 758, 760 - 764. They also had an estate at Canonteign in Devon, and Sedghill in Wiltshire. Patrick ran pubs when he was younger and Claire has been in the hospitality business for many years and when The Helyar Arms became available they jumped at the opportunity to become part of this quintessential village community. The Courtenays, of Powderham, temp. Reverend William Helyar (8 January 1559 – 21 November 1645), Doctor of Divinity, of Coker Court, East Coker, in Somerset, was Archdeacon of Barnstaple and a chaplain to Queen Elizabeth I. There are at least two references to another son, Edward, in Holland and to the births of grandchildren. William was baptized on month day 1778, at baptism place . 63 - 91. 53.Nos. beach; thos beach; T. Beech; Beech; T. Beach; Beach,,, File:Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), holding a design for the Georgian wing of Coker Court, Somerset - c.1768 - Thomas Beach (cropped).jpg. Bay 7 has twentieth century mullioned windows. 18.Nos. Throughout the non-structural refurbishment we have been very sympathetic to the original features that were covered up with the 1977 ‘modernisation’. 1. There are more than 200 charters relating to property in Stallbridge, Co. Dorset and its sub-manors Stallbridge Weston, Calow Weston, Newnhams, Antioch, etc. Co. Somerset temp. Of particular significance are papers relating to the 17th century political affairs in the West Country. Large Map » Coordinates. Description: The present catalogue contains short English abstracts of the early Latin and Norman-French charters and the later miscellaneous muniments of the family of Helyar of Coker Court. File:Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), holding a design for the Georgian wing of Coker Court, Somerset - c.1768 - Thomas Beach.jpg Metadata This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to … This record is held by Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust) We also cater for those with allergies – Just ask before you order. In 1577 he was Vicar of Bickleigh and chaplain to Lord Mountjoy. William, the Archdeacon, held many ecclesiastical appointments. Letter from John Helyar in Jamaica to his father concerning the state of their plantation and French attacks, 1690. It is a grant by James Dummer, heir to Sir Edmund Dummer, of the reversion of the Manor of Penne Dummere and Chylton Dummer, with the advowson (948). Now split up into several residences, the house was once owned by the Archdeacon Helyar who had been chaplain to Queen Elizabeth I and in 1640 he built 12 almshouses at the entrance to the court and church. Compiled by ISAAC HERBERT JEAYES OF WRITTLE, CHELMSFORD. Authorities give as the Archdeacon's parents (cf. The building is constructed from locally quarried Hamstone with roofs composed of stone tiles. Two volumes are those of William Helyar, 1720-1784 and three are those of his eldest son, William.


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