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    Bannisdale and Fawcet Forest

    William, lord Parre, of the lordship and manor of Fawcett, called Fawcett Forest, with a close of underwood, called Fawcett Wood and all the lands of Byland abbey in Banandysdale, Boroughdale, Boroudale Hedde and Capell Falle, formerly in the tenure British History Online

    Henry VIII, May 1542, 21-31, 01 May 1542-31 May 1542

    (3) the manor of Fawcet alias Fawcett Forest, Westmld., which belonged to the dissolved abbey of Bylande, Yorks., with Fawcett Wood and all other po ssessions of the abbey there and in Bannandesdale, Bannandesdalehed, Borowdale, Borowdalehed and Capullfall within the British History Online

    Henry VIII, Addenda, Cromwell Period Papers

    41 b. Wm. lord Parre. Lordship and manor of Fawcett called Fawcett Forest with a close of underwood called Fawcett Wood and al l lands of Byland Abbey in Bannandysdale, Boroughdale, Boroudale Hedde and Capell Falle formerly in tenure of British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were found the forged bill and the printed 'form field "Tb^n ry Han , on ' woollen manufacturer, ___? Fawcett Wood "___"t_____! , * i the names * J__£ jawcett, Wood, and Holmes, and Geor-e Dickinson The prisoner also stated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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