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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Billingham

    to have existed in Hutchinson's day. The demesnes were probably then included in the manor of Newton . COWPEN BEWLEYCOWPEN BEWLEY (Cupum, xii cent.; Coupon, xiv cent.) may be supposed to have been included in the charter of William

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

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    CP.G.1521

    (Stainton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Mason [Mason] Role: witness Details: male; 26 Employment: labourer Location: Billingham (Durham) Place(s): Cowpen Bewley (Cowpon) : undefined Billingham (Billingham) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: George Hewme [Hewme] Role: witness Details:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called Cowpen Bewley, midway between West Hartlopool and Stockton, and as the railway runs close past the place, be had con- trived to obtain a ride upon one of the traffic engines. Before the engine reached Cowpen Bewley tIe steam Subscribers-only content

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    of the judges generallyendorsed-. They were-For cattle: Mesars. Earle, Saltholme; ,Totter, Widdlesbrough; and Robinson, Stockton. For sheep: Messrs. Hall, Cowpen Bewley; liarke, Sunderland; and Eanns, Chester-le- Street. THE tAXIX-WESTON ELECTRIC (JOMJANY. An extraordinarv meeting of the shareholders of the Maxim-Weston Subscribers-only content

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    made for religious instruction. Of these twenty-six, no less than nineteen are Welsh districts. Tbe seven English districts are Cowpen Bewley (Dur- ham), White Soothing (Essex), Yelling (Hunts), Oadley (Leicester), Ferfield (Norfolk), Puriton (Somerset), and Heckmondwike (York). It may lie Subscribers-only content

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    day. The districts where! the Board instruction is stated to be purely secular num- ber twenty-six. They are :- Cowpen Bewley (Durham), White Roothing (Essex). Yelling (Hunts), Oadby (Leicester), Fersfield Norfolk). Puriton (Somerset", Heckmondwike (York), Llanfairmathafasneithaf (An- glesea), Cardigan, Llanarth, Subscribers-only content

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    good state of preservation. A poor woman was found lying dead in a field close to a by-road near Cowpen Bewley, a village between Stockton and West Hartlepool, on Wednesday. The body showed slight signs of ill-usage, and two men Subscribers-only content

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