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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North division Atwick Atwick parish c. 1850

    Dearne (both Yorks. W.R.) and Arram from Arram in Leconfield . 2 In 1852 the ancient parish contained 2,298 a. (930 ha.), comprising 1,430 a. (579 ha.) in Atwick , 539 a. (218 ha.) in Arram , and 329 a.

    North division Nunkeeling Nunkeeling c. 1850 Nunkeeling Church In 1784

    in Nunkeeling , Bewholme , and Arram , in Atwick . At the Dissolution the priory housed 12 nuns, and c . 25 other people lived or worked there. 30 In 1672 Bewholme , Arram , and presumably also Nunkeeling

    Harthill Wapentake HARTHILL WAPENTAKE ( WILTON BEACON DIVISION) HARTHILL WAPENTAKE

    Yapham . 16 HARTHILL WAPENTAKE Among the places not mentioned in 1086 but which later lay within the wapentake were Arram , Arras , Brind , Broomfleet , Brough , Bursea , Faxfleet , Harlthorpe , Hundburton, Newton (in Cottingham

    Index A-K

    Arnui , see Earnwig Arram , Sir Steph . of, Arram (in Atwick ) , Arram Hall , plate common fields, common pasture, domestic architecture, inclosure, manor, monastic grange, population, rectory, roads, tithes, windmill, woodland, Arram (in Leconfield ) ,

    Outlying townships Molescroft Mol escroft , 1803

    Lane. Other roads in the township included Beverley Gate , which in the 13th century crossed the low grounds from Arram , in Leconfield , to Mantholme, on the Beverley to Hull bridge road. 11 At inclosure in 1803 the

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1582

    Marfleete, and 40 messuages, 4 watermills, and 4 windmills with lands in the same and in Pullerey, Estmershe, Bennyngholme, Hersthorpe, Arram, Esthatfelde, Marton, Hedon, and Pawlefleete in Holdernes, also common pasture in Kerkfelde and Dripole, all the tithes in grain,

    Henry VIII, August 1527, 21-31, 01 August 1527-31 August 1527

    Rokeby, of Beverley, Mr. Joslynge and John Pikerynge, Thos. Horword, to buy Rhenish wine at Hull. For the fishers of Arram, (?) 14 s . For Thos. Lamplughe, 24 s . 2 d . For Thos. Bouttray, 6 s .

    Index, A, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (2). -, cardinal of, 3405. -, Alfonso de (count Ribagorsa), 5003 (2). -, Master Ferrando de, 5397. Arragoser , 4441. Arram , fishers of, 3380 (1). Arran , Jas. Hamilton, first earl of, 43, 341, 499, 515, 529, 532, 539

    Index, A, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    3407 n . -, -, letter from, 125. Aram . See Averham. Aram , Wm. See Adams. Aran . See Arram. Aratre . See Rattray. Arbieto , John de, Spanish merchant, g. 885 (6), 1044 (3). Arborensis , James Serra,

    Index of places

    27. Arneclyffe , 86, 121. Arnold , 110, 112. Arom als . Aram als . Erghum in Holderness , 158. Arram , 178. Arras , 42. Arrathorn , 12. Ascugh , 78. Asenbye , 34. Askam , 185. Askame ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.2410

    Details: male; 27; husbandman Location: Leconfield (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Arram(Arram) : undefined Leconfield (Leckinfeeld) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Henry Fisher [Fisher] Role: witness Details: male; 28; yeoman Location: Leconfield (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Arram(Arram) : undefined Leconfield (Leckinfeeld) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wounded almost incurably, insomuch that six or eight die daily. It is stated that another action has taken place in Arram gon, on the 96th or 27 tls, with great slaughter on both sides * Nothing more was known,g except Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fox, M.D., 23 Billitersquare. L. Ilowley, M.D., Physician-to the Aldersgate street Dispensary. * H. Campbell, M.D., Queen street, Cheapside. . Arram Mliddleton, Senior Physician to the Leamington General Hospital. Charles Loudon, Physician to the Leamingtin Bathing Institution. I, Jonathan Pereira, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CIRCULATION OF THE DAILY POST W e have the pleasure of stating, for the 1nformaa tlon of Advertisers, and our readers generally, that tho ordinary daily clroulation of the DAILY POST for the six months juot ended was 26,689 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inineY ttoaara, teeel'ileb0Ua, N.O., lItrgoL Glawleb 0o itolt X16-4J6Jetnlue, 2.5, (lunuret ftreet. 014511a OICe l' TIMI 510 G0 anil 84 Arram tC Lmutd. tnO Highbtinti .. - IT IL piertionlecie apply, Bt. Witlotn, 45. Bliarlett~l I' I111. A.M2 ba ET.a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lsod In the TIBIe.ld t pl, aa itwaeranted, Pod~te, Ua 108.4 We La H YIH D GLOV ER, U, DEw Arram. .RI...-RA_. - SW H ALP PBICE., G 0 0 D a A M L SK T B I I Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 May 1798, 18 May 1798

    Lordfhips, Townfhips, " Hamlets, Precinfts, and Territories of Beverley, St. " John of Beverley, Grovehill, Landholme, Storkhill, " Molcfcroft, Leckenfteld, Arram. Scorbrough, Locking- '° ton, Ayke, Befwick, Wilfhoime, Kilnivick, Walton, *' Hutton-Cranfwick, Rotfea, Featherholme, SJccrne, " Brigham, Fifhholme, "Nafjerton, Lowthorpe, Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1798, 21 May 1798

    Lordfhips, " Townfhips, Hamlets, Precin&s and Territories of cC Beverley, Saint John of Beverley, Grovehill, Sandholme, *' Stockhill, Molefcroft, Leckonfield, Arram, Scorbrough, " Lockington, Ayke, Befwick, Wilfholme, Kilnwick, Wat- " ton, Hutton-Cranfwick, Rotfea, Featherholme, Slcerne, " Brigham, Fijhholme, Nafferton, Lowthorpe, Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1798, 22 May 1798

    Townfhips, Hamlets, Precinfts, and Territories of " Beverley, St John of Beverley, Grove Hill, Sandholme, •* Stock Hill, Molefcroft, Leckonfield, Arram, Scorbrough, " Lockington, Ayke, Befwick, Wilpobne, Kibiwick, Wat- " ton, Hutton, Cranfwick, Rotfea, Featherholme, Skerne, " Brigham, Fißholme, Nafferton, Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1798, 23 May 1798

    the feveral Parifhes, Lordfhips, Townfhips, Hamlets, Precincts, and Territories of Beverley, St. John of Beverley, Grovehill, Sandholme^ Storkhill, Mole/croft, Leckonfield, Arram, Scorbrough, Locking- ton, Ayke, Befwick, Wilfholme, Kilnwick, Watton, Hut- ton, Cranfwick, Rotfea, Featherholme, Skerne, Brig- ham, Fißholme, Nafferton, Lowthorpe, Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1798, 25 May 1798

    38 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords; 601 Stamford Road Bill. AlcOnbury- hill Roads Rochdale Cana} pany'8 Manchester Canal Bill: Edinburgh Roads Bill: " Two Furlongs öF the Road or Lane leading towards •* Twineham unto Herring's Subscribers-only content

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