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The earliest known occupier of the site (see below) was a saddler, John Reeks (died pre 1764) and his family during the early eighteenth century.However, from the 1835 indenture in my collection it transpires that the present building was built by Yeovil solicitor and banker Samuel Watts the Elder (1734-1820) - see below.Joseph Watts was the fourth son of Samuel Watts the Elder.Joseph was also a solicitor and aged just 26, with a wife and four children, when he left Yeovil in 1812 - his alterations and improvements must clearly have been carried out prior to his departure from Yeovil (he died in Calcutta, India, in 1828).With a history of quality dating back to 1934 and over 250 years combined technical experience, the business has kept pace with modern technology while retaining traditional service values.Our team of technicians can provide you with a fast, high-quality service, whatever your requirements, using the very latest technology at a competitive price.

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Between our team of matchmakers there is over 30 years of experience in creating happy couples and you will find them approachable, easy to talk to and very knowledgeable on the subject of finding the right match for you and without the need for a highly public dating profile containing your very personal details and photographs on the internet, with no guarantee of security.If so Searchmate is a well established company offering dating agency and personal introductions services in Somerset, that has been welcoming genuinely unattached individuals from all parts of the South West for many years and has a strong base of affluent and attractive clients here .We are confident that we will be able to offer you high quality introductions to like-minded people from within the county and the region.A lovely county within which we have some very attractive clients so call us now to find out more about joining or read more about your membership options.Much of the earlier history of this site, on the corner of today's Princes Street and Westminster Street, is taken from E Watts' maps of Yeovil dating to 18 (shown below) and indentures of 1815, 1816, 18 in my collection.