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You searched for: Place: "Askern", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Boards Ficivieional Orders Coi. T 0301 of iriction (Birmneluham) AtI 1181, thes Local Goverceient. Boards JD - Proe~sional' Orders Confirmation (Askern, d-c.) Act 1881, the Local tdiou Government Bloards 'Provisional Orders Cosufirmtatlos (No. 7) tlons Act 1882, the Local -Government Subscribers-only content

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    because they thought it would hurt him, Good Christians ! " The last few pages are devoted to biographies of Askern of York, Smith of Dudley, and Caleraft of Newgate; and although some of the details are evidently doubtful, some Subscribers-only content

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    yesterday, at the King's HearI Hotel, Barnsley, to support wr 'a proposed 6e:tension of the Great Eastcrn Railway to tinl Askern, and thence to the South Yorkshire coalfield. Alir. wl lPaitker, chrairman of the Great Eastemr Board of Direntors, a`rI Subscribers-only content

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    that she RESUMED her LESSONS onl the PIANO'- lOIRE Monday, January 24.-2, The Hlollies. Frascis lonsd. 124 TlLL iOU SE Askern, Donsister -YOUNG LADIES' it an COLLEAGE. rtstbllsled 18;2. Sin gle beds andI separate bed0 53. M~edical mass lot required Subscribers-only content

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    of letlitiemeit. re ai;lagro. lighest refemsoces. Itonoc tand Grounds slit- ho/lly °'tocl...ddrecrs R. S. 0., Miss, Taylor'c Library, Nort.h I~P1L1I]OUSE. Askern, near Doncastor.-YO)UIt r et!Lailg OL LEGE. Ectublished 1852. T'horough teach'- aim crednii Single bedts arid separate boil rosona. Medical Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1595, 01 January 1595-31 December 1595

    gent. Thomas Methame, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Messuage and a windmill with lands in Knedlington. John Saill and Thomas Askern Bartholomew Fletcher, esq., and Jane his wife Messuage with lands and the moiety of a messuage, & c., in

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