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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Plumpton PARISH CHURCH of ST. MICHAEL PLUMPTON

    Mortimer, Earl of March , and his estates were forfeited. 18 He died shortly afterwards of wounds received at Bramham Moor , and Plumpton Manor , after being retained for a time by Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey ,

    Parishes Addington

    1385 , joined the Earl of Northumberland in his rebellion and died of wounds received at the battle of Bramham Moor in 1405 , leaving two daughters, who divided the properties. 19 Joan the wife of Sir William Phelip Lord

    Parishes Watton -at-Stone

    the fifth lord, joined Northumberland 's rebellion in 1405 , and died of wounds received at the battle of Bramham Moor in 1408 , 35 leaving two daughters, Anne, who married, first, William Clifford , and secondly Reginald Cobham ,

    The borough of Wendover

    the Earl of Northumberland 's rising against Henry IV , and died of wounds received at the fight of Bramham Moor . 239 He was attainted after his death, and presumably the rents and services due to him from Wendover

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you are innocent, go back. What occasion hitro yrru to be friglitenred?'-Cross-exlamineol: I was once at Dove's horse at Bramham Moor. I ler said they appeared to live comfortaible rogether. I orrly sore thc prisoner in liquor twice, and then Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Escrick Park. THE CHASE.-The EARL OF HAxEWOOD's Fox hounds meet on Monday next, October 9th at Cross Roads, Bramham Moor; on Wednosday, at Sickling. hall; and on Friday, at Collingham Bar; each morn- ing at half-past ten. SHirT LAuN-rce.-Last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his eldest Te , _ HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. TEE EARL OP HAREWOOD's FOXHOUNDS meet on Mon- day, at Cross Roads, Bramham Moor; on Wednesday, at Tow- ton; and on Friday, at Thorp Arch; each day at half-past ten. v TO CORRESPONDENTS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of seven hundred guineas have been subscribed by the gentlemen of the Bramham Moor Hunt, for the purpose of presenting to the Earl of Harewood, the present master of the hunt, an equestrian portait of his lordship. The subscription was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IHAR~EWoOD'S FOX of HOUNDS meet on Monday next, at Harewood Bridge ; on on Wednesday, at the Cross Roads, Bramham Moor; and on ra Friday Feb.'18th, at Bickerton Bar ;-each morning a quar- 1o- ter before eleven. 'at TiE CRAVEN Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LOUND, Sir Alexander (d.1431), of South Cave, Yorks.

    earl was forced to retreat. Those responsible for the rebels’ defeat and Northumberland’s death at the ensuing battle of Bramham Moor were naturally rewarded by a grateful monarch; and the annuity of 40 marks assigned to Sir Alexander for life

    MERBURY, Nicholas (d 1421), of Braybrooke, Northants.

    then onwards and led eventually, following revolts in 1403, 1405 and 1408, to his death at the battle of Bramham Moor. Merbury's career also underwent a dramatic change as a result of the engagement at Humbleton Hill, but in an

    ROKEBY, Sir Thomas, of Rokeby and Mortham, Yorks.

    the river Nidd, forcing the earl to retreat towards Tadcaster. Battle was finally joined on 20 Feb. 1408 at Bramham Moor, where Sir Thomas inflicted a crushing defeat upon the insurgents. The earl was killed in the fighting, and his

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