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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    at least 1676, 73 when watercourses in the meadows belonged to the two ancient water corn-mills at Crook Hall . 74 Crook Hall itself is reached by following the more easterly road 75 that branches from the top of Framwellgate.

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    topographical collections, died in 1718 189 and Crook Hall descended, through Michael his son, to his son John Mickle ton. 190 John Mickleton in his will dated 1720 directed that Crook Hall should be sold for the payment of debts.

    Townships Whittle-le-Woods

    Standish 's land. 3 In 1666 there were sixty hearths to be taxed in Whittlele-Woods. The largest house was Crook Hall with nine hearths; Swansey House had five. 4 Boteler of Rawcliffe . Azure a cheveron between three covered cups

    Churches and religious bodies Roman Catholicism

    they were normally, perhaps always, Lancastrians trained in the English seminary at Douai ( Nord ) or its successors, Crook Hall (in Brancepeth , co. Dur.) and Ushaw College (in Lanchester , co. Dur.). A permanent chapel was probably in

    Parishes Billingham

    Soc.), 40; Hutchinson, Hist. and Antiq. of Dur . iii, 108. See Crook Hall . Feod. Prior. Dunelm . (Surt. Soc.), 40, 88. The Billinghams of Crook Hall made a general release to the prior in 1498 of land in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAKER, George (d.1723), of Crook Hall, in Lanchester, nr. Durham.

    (d.1723), of Crook Hall, in Lanchester, nr. Durham. Constituency Dates Durham City 1713 1722 Biography George Baker, nephew of Thomas Baker, the Cambridge antiquary, was great-grandson of Sir George Baker, of a Durham family, who bought Crook Hall about 1635.[footnote]

    BAKER, George (d. 1723), of Crook Hall and Elemore in Lanchester, co. Dur.

    1723), of Crook Hall and Elemore in Lanchester, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham City 1713 1722 Biography Baker was the great-grandson of Sir George Baker, the recorder of Newcastle who had held the town for the Royalists and suffered severe

    PHILIPSON, Christopher (1646-1709), of Crook Hall, Westmld.

    (1646-1709), of Crook Hall, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. Westmld. 1673-89, by 1701-?d., lt. of militia ft. by 1675-?Feb. 1688, commr. for assessment 1677-80, 1689-90, dep. lt. by 1685-Feb. 1688, Nov. 1688-9. Biography Philipson’s ancestors had

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

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    CP.H.5598

    Location: Durham : city Place(s): 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:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the establishment of the I Rocian Catholic Cojlege at Crook Hall, in the county of i Durham, was celebrated on Sunday at Ushaw College, which took the place of Crook Hall in 1808 as a place for the reception of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dead body of a man was found in a hedge he by the field path between Leadgate and Crook Hall, in the ler county of Durham. Marks of violence were found on the on body, and it was afterwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mdindcofrr4lill,&c. r. tot !r aeI emerea leeL'lc in the forenoon. tic by Auctioneer's-sflicc, Noi, -street, Huddrefield, P to The Crook Hall Colliery. trear Wigan. un ior By BENJAMIN THORNTON, of Hudderofleld. Auctioneer, at the Eagle amrd Chtild Hotel, Wigan, so- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    traffic. It will conl- veythe Cleveland ironstone to Stedley-bridgo, Carlisle, and Whitehaven. A portiou of the line extending from Crook Hall to the Derwvent Iron Comalnly's works is nlow ill course of construction. It is stated that the Duke of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hnish iuforms us) five of the subjects were r selected for Turner by her father, Dr. Raine, h of Crook Hall, Durham, ite conjunction with y a comnmittee of gentlemen resident in Richmond- . shire and friends of the author, Subscribers-only content

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