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You searched for: Place: "Deep Dale"

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

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    (Lockell Close) : fieldname Isabel Downs Close (Isabell Downes Close) : fieldname Wood Leas (Wood Lees) : fieldname Deep Dale(Deep Dale) : fieldname Garth (Garth) : fieldname Low Field (Low Feild) : fieldname East Robinsons Close (East Robinsons Close)


    (Buckden) : township Participant: John Calvert [Calvert] Role: witness Details: male; 59 Employment: woollen webster Location: Arncliffe (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Deep Dale (Deepedale) : undefined Hubberholme (Hubberam) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Arncliffe (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Arncliffe (Arnecliffe) : ecclesiastical parish Buckden (Buckden)


    CP.H.2126 Reference:CP.H.2126 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Tithe (wool, lambs, corn, hay) Details:4 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; Has sentence Outcome: Date: 1636 - 1636 People & Places Participant: George Jackson [Jackson] Role: plaintiff Details: male; gentleman Notes: farmer

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lHed House Close ............... *.. * 1 Is. ire The Fir Red ilowse Close0 ......................... 7 0 2 The Deep Dale Close *.-----*---*- *-*-*-*-*----*.. 3t 3 let Total Contents (lmore or ICS) *...... 42 0 10 Tile Red H-louse Lann Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, four boys from C_ ig ford village were bathing in the river WVharie, at a ph 5-called " Deep Dale" or better known as " J1ackdaw Cra4 vs being a remarkable place for jackdaws. It is near" lo a- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday .....West Halfpunay1{sume 11. 0 Kit. GuanooKs's....Saturday Iforsstorley ......10.30 Tuesday. The Groes .o.......... 10..30 Thr.sday111 .. Streatlern ............10.30 S~atrday .....Deep Dale Mlill, Bire- nerd Costle.10.30 EAMT Yean3 oOUGm's Satttrday lnr.2S.Thorgarib] Hall.... 11,30 Moda .....Buro all ......12. 0 Wednesday.. .Ssalluw Cross Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as offering many advantages. Since constructing the Tees Bridge he had adopted the lattice girders. I-le had constructed the Deep Dale and Belah viaducts. The former had eleven spans of 6Oft. each, and its greatest height was 16Oft. The latter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fold, whore hes proved too quick fov his pursuers, and escape 1. The hountsmsen ne'.t directed their attention to Deep Dale, which was drawn, and a third fox was seen. He was run to Little Wood, anud brought back to Subscribers-only content

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