Portland, Dorset 1831

A Description of the Portland, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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Poole, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Poole, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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Lyme Regis, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Lyme Regis, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. Read the rest of this entry »

Cerne Abbas, Dorset, 1831

A Description of the town of Cerne Abbas, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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Bridport, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Brindort, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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Blandford Forum, Dorset, 1831

A Description of the town of Blandford Forum, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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Beaminster, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Beaminster, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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Abbotsbury, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Abbotsbury, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831. 

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Dorchester, Dorset 1831

A Description of the town of Dorchester, Dorset, England as described by Samuel Lewis in A Topographical Dictionary of England, Published in London in 1831.

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A. Pearce & Co. (1918-1990)

Bedford OBAlbert Pearce set up in business as the local carrier a few weeks after the end of the first world war in the Dorset Village of Cattistock after buying a coal round and carrier service from fellow villager Percy Shorto. Albert and his wife Susan, their family and their descendants, were to serve the transport needs of the local area for over seventy years. 

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