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    Index, A, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    1166(73 p. 581); ii. pp. 439, 441: g. 476 (85). Alvington , Glouc., ii. 436. Alwaston , Derb. See Alvaston. Alwent (Awent) , Dham., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343). Alybon. See Alembon. Alyet , John, ii. 134 (2). Alyngbourne British History Online

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    15, Farescheles 4, Thorncrafton 8, Hexsam 33, Exham Town 72, Town of Acum 33, Wall 24, West Alwent 47, Byngfeld 50, Est Alwent 64, Kypwik 11, Coklaw 24, Hexham Town 99, Halydayn 17, Cosle 23, Dotland 8, Yarathe 9, Pays British History Online

    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    May 1629 , at St ^ " Michaels. See No. II. Is*. Catherine, eldest d- and coh. of R alph Alwent , of Dyons, par. II. Lancelot Hvlton, of Gainford 1595 , of Dyons, gent.,: Gaiuford. esq.; ag. 4, 27 Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    , jure ux. d. 1625 . (Dates of chUdren from Gainford ,) =^ Catherine, eldest dau. and coh. of Ra. Alwent , of Dyons, esq., mar. 1587 , d. 1602 . 1. Katherine,bp. 3 Aug. 1590 ,br. 9Sep. 1591 . Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a. short distarce to the wlat 8T of that company's passenger ntretion at D)ailirrgtort, passing er, near to PiarcEbrtidge. Oninford, Alwent, Winston, and clew- NV sbam, to the north.nide of Galgate-nireet, Varnard Castle. thi Tfle line Will be sixteen mi-sur Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hlleiington, Ridugltan-le-Oide, High Ceniscliff'o, tint Lowy Coniselifte. Walw-irtih, Denton, Carlbury, Coats~a Moor, rierse- atsd briudge-, Rillerlny, Spetnurerhottse, Ileadlam, Ingleson, rainford, Alwent, 1), I Wih~o-b, Nleivluain, Winston aInd Noireharm, Cleatlam, Sitaimidrop, antl W~roSratii, Staintoim, Stroaitl~om actd Stainiton, Wyestecich, bell La~ln eiel Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A DAILY LUXURY BIRO'S Custard Powder ___ •-!_<«. in endless variety, the Cboisest Dishe9 and ths ZFliat CatJtrd. BIRD'S CUSTARD is the One Thing ** c fie. led with all Tinned or Stewed Fruit. VO Bfl-5 K0 RISK ! Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    (23 miles). On the Durham side, the principal tributaries are, Maize Beck, Harwood Burn, Ettersgill Beck, Egglestom Burn, Staindrop or Alwent Grand Beck (11 miles), Skerne (30| miles), Lustram Beck, Billingham Beck, and Greatham Beck. The Hfgh Force is a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Railway, a short distance to tbe west of tbat Company "s Passenger Sution at Darlington, passing near to Piercebridge, Gainford. Alwent, Winston, and Newsham, to the north aid* of Galgau Street, Baraard Caaile. The Line will be Sixteen Milea io Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Archdeacon Newton, Heighiagton, Haaghtoa- le-Side, High CoaiscmYe, Low Coniscliffe, Walworth, Denton, Carlbary. Coatsa Moor, Piersebridge, Killerby, Summerheoae. HeadUm, lngieton, Gaiuford, Alwent, Winston, Newsham, Winston and Newaham, Cleatlam, Suindrop, Wheriton, Streatiam, Stainton, Streatiam and Stainton, Westwick, Langtou, Marwood, aad Barnard Castle, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Archdeacon Newton, Heighicgton, Haughton- le-Side, High Coniscliffe, Low Coniscliffe, Walworth, Denton, Caribury, Coatsa Moor, Piersebridge, Killerby, Summerbease. Headlam, lngieton, Gainford, Alwent, Winston, Newsham, Winston and Newsham, Cleatlam, Statodrop, Whorlton, Streatiam, Btatoton, Streatiam and Stetoton, Weatwick, Langton, Marwood, and Barnard Castle, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a short distance to the west of that Company's Passenger Station at Darlington, passing near to Conis- cliffe, Piercebridge, Gainford, Alwent, Winston. Suin- drop, and Newsham, to the north-side of Galgate- street, Barnard- Castle. The Line will be Sixteen Miles Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Newton, Heighington, Haughton-b-Side, High Ceobdi-Sa, Low Couiacliffe, Walworth, Denton, Carlbury, Coatea Moor, Piembridge, Kilbrby, Sum- merhouse, Headlam, Ingle ton, Gainford, Alwent, Win- ston, Newsham, Winston and Newsham, Cbatlam, Suindrop, Whorlton, Streatlam, Staintoo, Streatlam and Stainton, Westwick, Langton, Marwood, and Bar- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    late Majesty King George the Fourth, for regulating Turnpike Roads, which Tolls produced last Year. Win- ston Bridge Gate, £115: Alwent Do. £I!>6, above the expenses of collecting them, and will be put up at the same Sums. Whoever happens Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    1836. Alwent Estate, near Staindrop, IN THE COUNTY OF DURHAM. IN the Month of January or February, 1837, will be offered for PUBLIC* SALE, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, all that -/cry desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Alwent, near Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    will be offered for PUBLIC SALE, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, all that very desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called Alwent, near Staindrop, formerly the Residence of Ralph Ko)>gson, Es_i. consisting of an excellent FARM HOUSE, *-ith a Garden and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    The thirty-seventh annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1876

    -J Archedeacon, messuages, lands, ic, in Addie, John, son and heir of Richard Addie late of Sadburie. ("Catharine") daughters and Alwent < Florence - f co-heirs CAnne • ) Ralph - -, Atcheson, William, of East Boldon, yeoman. Ayro,Michael - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Fifth report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records., 1844

    Elden, Hat too, EUrick, Newton Hansard, West Morton, Dalton Percy, Elwvcke, Swayneston, Oxnellfield; Raby Castle and Manor; Boclam, CuckfieM; Standropp, Alwent in Standropp ; Carre in Standropp ; Langley ; Woodlands in Lan~lev, Shotton, parcel of Langley; New- sham in Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    The forty-fourth annual report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. [7 August 1883.], 1883

    at Durham. Catherine, aged 4, Ann, aged 2, and Florence, aged 9 months, are his daughters and next heirs. Peter Alwent his father had by deed dated 15 December 1571 settled dne- third part of his lands, &c. ; in Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    The forty-fourth annual report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. [7 August 1883.], 1883

    3. Piidsey, William. Inq. v. off. taken 4 November [1532] at Durham. Peter Alwent, aged 19, is his kinsman and next;heir, viz., sonof William Alwent SQnof JS Alwent and — — his wife, the sister and next heir of the Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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