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

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    TRANS.CP.1627/4

    & Places Participant: AnneShaw [Shawe] Role: appellant Details: female Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham(Bishop Middleham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: FrancisMaltby [Maltbie] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham(Bishop Middleham) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1765/5

    appellant Details: male Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham(Bishop Middleham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JamesThompson [Thompson] Role: appellate Details: male; Clerk Employment: Vicar of Bishop Middleham Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham(Bishop Middleham) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1627/5

    & Places Participant: FrancisMaltby [Maltby; Maltbie] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham (Bishop Midleham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: AnneShaw [Shaw] Role: appellate Details: female Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham (Bishop Midleham) : undefined

    CP.H.1779

    libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 27/12/1626 - 27/12/1626 People & Places Participant: Francis Maltby [Maltbie; Maultbie] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham (Midlam Episcopi) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Anne Shaw [Shaw] Role: defendant Details: female

    CP.G.1442

    Participant: Elizabeth Heighington [Heighinton] Alternate name: Elizabeth Firbank [Firbanke] Role: defendant Details: female; wife of Henry Location: Bishop Middleham (Durham) Place(s): Bishop Middleham (Mydlam) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : undefined Participant: John Frankland [Frankland] Role: undefined Details: male; senior

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    Parishes Bishop MiddlehamBISHOP MIDDLEHAM The parish of Bishop Middleham included in 1831 the townships of Bishop Middleham , Cornforth , Garmondsway Moor, Mainsforth , and Thrislington, and had an area of 5,940 acres. These townships constituted the ancient parish,

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St John Baptist & St Godric, Finchale

    Bailey at Durham ; 39 rents in Sunderland , Hartlepool , and other places, 40 and the church of Bishop Middleham granted by Bishop Robert Stichill in 1268 . 41 Most of these endowments were conferred within the first fifty

    Stockton ward Introduction and map

    Stockton included in 1831 the parishes of: BILLINGHAM GREATHAM NORTON BISHOP MIDDLEHAM GRINDON REDMARSHALL BISHOPTON HART SEDGEFIELD CRAYKE HARTLEPOOL SOCKBURN LOW DINSDALE HURWORTH STAINTON EGGLESCLIFFE MIDDLETON ST. GEORGE STOCKTON ELTON LONG NEWTON STRANTON ELWICK HALL The townships of Coatham Mundeville

    Parishes Sedgefield

    the ancient parish of Bishop Middleham , and three quarters of the remaining income for the benefit of the poor of Sedgefield and one qu arter for the poor of the ancient parish of Bishop Middleham . The distribution is

    Parishes Stranton

    dated 1712 Richard left his lands in Stranton to his wife Dorothy. She married Edward Surtees of Mainsforth in Bishop Middleham (q.v.) in 1715 , and Stranton was settled upon their son Reed Surtees . He devised his property in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19, A. Atkinson, Barnard Castle, Durham, farmer-Dec. is, M. Davies and M. Jones, Taunton, Somersetsbire, grocers-Dec. IS, A. Reed, Bishop Middleham, Durham, blewer-Dec. 11. J. Smith, Li- verpool, boiler maker-Dec. 11, G. Chapman, Bath, chinaian -Dec tl, I. Newell, Shibden, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Staney, D. by Nllatchem. th h For the best Heifer Calf, £10; Second ditto, ;£5:. G-. 0. it Trotter, Bishop Middleham, Rusheyford; Boadicea, troan ) Or S brod by him, a. 27th September, 1842-S- Brecon llero, D. by er d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i reed cnmp.l For tire beotyearlingHeifer;£zIO, Cleopatra-W. T. Carrutisers, Artirington Hall, brediby him; second ditto, £0, Vlctorie.-G, D. Trotter, Bishop Middleham, Darlington. 13 camp. For the host Heifer Calf, £10o, Bloom-R. Booth, Warlaby, It is bred by him ; second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and family, Stock- p fton; Mr. Huntcblison, Derbyshire; Mirs. and Miss Wileon, Wolvls- v itoo; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Bishop Middleham. n .y GREENLAND FIslrBBY-A letter, received by Mr. ( a Collinson, from Lerwick, dated 2nd August, gives theac- ts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and iNew Durham; whilst lMr. Connolly, M.P., and Mr. Dalton, M.P., appeared at Willington, Page Bank, Ferry- hill, Cornrorth, Bishop Middleham, and Coxhoe. From each of these places it was announced that the working arian-elueDts were most satisfactory, and the Subscribers-only content

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