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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Much Hoole

    Ut hora, sic vita.' The font, which is of stone and octagonal, was the gift of John Stones of Carr House , and bears the inscription, 'Deo Donum Johanis Stones An. Dom. 1633.' For a long time it was painted,

    Townships Bretherton

    crosses the old and new Douglas near Bank Hall and goes through to Much Hoole and Preston . At Carr House on the north it is joined by the road from Croston , which passes in several branches through the

    Townships Heskin

    married Spaniards. Their lands were sold about fifty years ago. e.g. at Bank Hall , Rufford Old Hall , Carr House and Hoole Church . The lower part of the wall on the north side is built of old 2-in.

    North division North Frodingham North Frodingham parish c. 1850

    and Low Emmotland and Coneygarth Hill Farm by 1828 . 98 Farmhouses built on land inclosed in 1808 include Carr House , Vicarage, later Eastfield , Farm, Field House Farm, Frodingham Grange , Highthorns House , and Southfield House ,

    Outlying townships Weel Weel in the early 17th century

    18th century. 32 Farmhouses added after the inclosure of 1786 included Butterbump Hall, demolished in the mid 19th century, Carr House Farm, which survives uninhabited, and New Holland Farm, 33 which was razed in 1984 . 34 Spring Dale Farm

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

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    male Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Doncaster, St George (Doncaster) : ecclesiastical parish Loversall (Loversall) : chapelry Carr House(Carr House) : manor Location: Warmsworth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Warmsworth (Warmsworth) : manor Location: York : city Place(s): YorkAbbey of St


    DurhamCrossgate (Crossgate) : street name Location: St Oswald (Durham) Place(s): St Margaret : chapelry Crook Hall (Crookeshall) : habitation Carr House (Carrhouse) : habitation Location: Hurworth (Durham) Place(s): Hurworth (Hurworth upon Tease) : undefined Location: Bywell St Andrew (Northumberland) Place(s):


    parish Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Balby (Balbie) : township Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr Ho (Carr House) : fieldname Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr Hill (Carr Hill) : fieldname Location: Doncaster : town Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thefund, and a donation of £200. has been received " In memory of the late Mr. George Wilson, of Carr House, Holm- iirth." During the year fifty-seven applications forrelieft have been received, twelve of theon from local preachers over eighty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amount of carelessness 'which prevails in mines. At the inquest on the recent fatal explo- sion, of fire-damp, at Carr House Colliery, held on Tuesday, at Greasborough, it was stated that the dis- aster was caused by a fireman having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the eupply of the works with fuel. The collieries In question are the Aidwarke Main, near Rawmarsh and the Carr House, Greasbro' Lane, Rotherham. The latter has recently been purohased by the AIdwarkio Main Coal Company, the workings of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kettle. For the first tine in the history of the board the workmen at one of the cstablish- ments (Carr House) refused to abide by the board's deci- sion in a. wages dispute, to which, bytime rules, they were committed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exhaustive scale in an apparatus constructed from the very best sources of information by Mr. C. E. Rhodes, of Carr House Collieries. Some mem- bers of the Royal Commission had seen the apparatus, and AMr. Rhodes himself had been to Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, January 1711, 22-31, 01 January 1711-31 January 1711

    Francis Wyvill as Receiver General for Co. Yorks for the Duties on Houses: viz. to take Leonard Childers of Carr House in Yorkshire as in place of Dr. Christopher Wyvill, deceased. Out Letters ( Affairs of Taxes ) II ,

    Index of persons and Places, C

    major, Northcott's regiment, 276. Carey , Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 108. Carhouse. See Carr House. Carlford , co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306. Carlisle , co. Cumberland, 318. Botchergate, 318. Castlegate, 318. Fishergate, 180, 318.

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 21-31, 21 December 1697-31 December 1697

    0 8 0 Monkdame close messuage and 2 acres of land in Ruston 0 12 0 a messuage called Carr House in Carhouse 0 5 11 tenement in Brockhouse in Thurleston 0 2 5 a tenement in Cubly 0 2

    Index, C, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    revenue, 448, 478. Carpenter , Colonel, , pay, 39, 235; regiment of, 211. -, Nathaniel, petition, proof spirits, 379. Carr House , co. York, 150. Carroll . See O'Carroll. Carrosio , Bartholomeo, payment, 614. Carryll , , attained of high


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