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    Parishes (West Ward), St Ninian, Brougham

    reason of their youth, committed them to the custody of his two influential friends Roger de Cliff ord of Clifford Castle in Herefordshire and Roger de Leyburn of the county of Kent. And with heiresses in their wardship, holding such British History Online

    Henry VIII, January 1526, 26-31, 01 January 1526-31 January 1526

    . 8 d . Sir Ric. Cornewall and Ralf Hakeluyt, seneschals of Clifford, Glasebury and Wynfreton, and constables of Clifford Castle, 4 l . 11 s . Sir R. Cornwall, seneschal of Hereford, and an annuity, 17 l . 3 British History Online

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    Cit1t Ctstu-ua (- -jt1£ : : 4 : :: nly JHILD AND )4IS, OR1, WEH.AT CHRISTMAS BROUGHT TO GLADYS CURZON. BY THE AUTHOR O "ATHESSTONE GRANGE.' - Ca.arrcE. I.-Suasmssr. A FAnt night-a night of beauty and radiance-the quiet world Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    state of ruin. There were two papers read in the course of the evening; (1) by Mr. Bees, of liandovey, on Clifford Castle and Llandovry; and (2 by Mr. M. PhllM barristr, on Breoou ehire during the uivil War , Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to command a view into sixteen counties, the most inter- esting of the adjacent objects being the ruins of Clifford Castle, which was the horne and birthplace of the lady of the Clifford family known in history and romnance as Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    other chronicles of England.'' He was the first Lord Clifford of Skipton, the family having been Lords Clilford, of Clifford Castle, in Herefordshire. By a marriage with the heiress of the Veteuposts, the hereditary shrievalty of Westmorlanld, with the castles Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    men brave and women fair-, ase when Adelg'sa excited the jealousy at the Druid priestess, or the maid of Clifford Castle capturpd a king's heart, to become the victim of a queen's vengeance. I .Not any fairer than the heroine Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Thursday contained the name of the holder of b one odour oldestbaronial titles,Edward SouthwellRuesell, E Lord De Clifford, of Clifford Castle, country Hereford, who died on Monday last at Kirkby Mallory, Leicester- shire, in the 64th year of his age. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Pontz, his third son, was of Laknyndb4y Castle, South Wales. He married Maud, daughter of Ralph de Toni, of Clifford Castle, co. Herieford, and be-: came a Tenure Baron, on eucceeding j.u. to the Clifford' esta tes.l Richard, his third Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ricuard. Fitz Pontz, third son, ash of South Wales, who married Staud, daughter of Ralph1 Ba de Toni, of Clifford Castle, co. Hereford, -tirough whom an, he inherited the Clifford estates, aned became a Tenure Us Baron. He was an Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    trace is left now. not even as much as can be . 0o seen of the old keep of Clifford Castle. to The monks had ever found firm friends in the lord. c g oi Cleave Royal; indeed, their abbot Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    is recorded the profi's of the sheriffwick were dividled. Roger doe Clifford, eldest son of Roger de Clifford, of Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, having married Isabella, was the first of that family who cams to ho seated in Westmoreland, and his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    chronicles of Eng- land. He was the first Lord Clifford of Skipton, the tamily having been Lords Clifford, of Clifford Castle, in Herefordshire. By a marriage with the heiress of the Vetenpots, the hereditary shrievalty of Westmoreland, with thejcastles and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    highly-picturesque park, magnificently timbered, having l.eautiful lawn and pleasure grounds sloping to the river, overlooking the venerable ruins of Clifford Castle and commanding extensive views of the richly-wooded Golden Valley, through which are gained glimpses of the devious route of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    highly-picturesque park, magnificently timbered, having beautiful lawn and pleasure ground, sloping to tiie river, overlooking the venerable ruins of Clifford Castle and commanding extensive views of the richly-wo ..led Col. leu Valley, through which are gained glimpses of "the devious Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    is recorded, the profits of the Sheriffwick were divided. Roger de Clifford, eldest son of Roger de Clifford, of Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, having married Isabella, was the first of that family who came to be seated in Westmoreland, and his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE ALLEGED POISOHING AT OLDHAM At Oldham, on Friday, Elizabeth Berry, late a nurse at the Oldham workhouse, was charged with causing toe death by poison of her daughter, aged 11 years. The deceased visited her mother at toe Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A BOY DBOWNED. A lad named Chamberlain, belonging to East- bourne, and his ancle, an official under the Medway Conservancy Board, were being towed in a boat by a sailing barge near AUin__n Locks, on the Medway, on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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