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High Littleton & Hallatrow
History and Parish Records



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Bristol Royal Infirmary - Inpatients’ Index 1751-1775
High Littleton parishioners only
Name                  Age (nearest year below)   Date of Admission
BARWELL Jos.       30                                   1755 Apr 10

BATH Jacob          11                                   1754 Feb 14
do.     do.             16                                   1759 Sep 6
BULL Edward         48                                  1773 Mar 15

DANDO Martha      18                                  1759 Feb 1

GREENLAND John    5                                   1752 Nov 2
SOMERS Charles   16                                  1771 Oct 24
Cholera Precautions
Food Shortages
High Littleton & Farmborough Register of Electors 1896
High Littleton came under Farmborough Polling District within the Northern Division of Somerset. Within the Polling District the register is subdivided between the separate parishes of Farmborough and High Littleton. Within each parish the electors are further separated according to their franchise qualifications.
High Littleton 17th Century Legal Matters
HL 17th Century Legal Matters.pdf
Invasion Committee
Jurors List 1796 to 1863
Manor Court Rolls

In the 16th Century local administration and justice was provided by the manor courts. These are the only surviving court rolls of High Littleton and have gaps. They have been transcribed from Latin. At the end are indexes of people and places. Hallatrow was a separate manor to High Littleton. Both manors were part of the Honour of Gloucester.

Muster Roll – Seventh Company of Second Battalion Somerset Militia, 1758
(High Littleton & Hallatrow men only)

DANDO George                   Hallatrow
HARDING John                    Hallatrow
HARRIS William                  Hallatrow