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At this time 1½d was ‘average’ so unlikely that it would have been such a large building as the present 1&3 Princes Street.
Between 17 he served as a Churchwarden at St John's church.
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son of Samuel Lester, as an apprentice and in 1729 he took John Bunn of Dorchester as an apprentice.
The Poor Rate of 1729 recorded that John Reeks paid 1½d Poor Rate on property in the Manor of Hendford.
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Samuel Watts the Elder was born in 1734 and died in 1820, so it is logical to suppose that he had the building constructed around, say 1760.
Samuel Watts the Elder's son, Joseph Watts, is known to have 'modernised' the building prior to his leaving Yeovil in 1812.
He was awarded a BA from Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in 1734 aged 21, an MA in 1737-8 aged 24, a Bachelor of Divinity in 1745 aged 32 and a Doctorate of Divinity in 1756 aged 43.
He was Rector of Stratford St Anthony cum Hanny, Berkshire, in 1769 but died the following year, aged 57.