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    James 1 - volume 90, January 1617, 01 January 1617-31 January 1617

    regia , & c. Sir Walter Raleigh has made great preparation for his Indian voyage, & c. Jan. 15. Fenwick Hall. 21. Rich. Kay to Geo. Fortun. Will not impart Swinburne's treachery to any but one of the Council, it Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    people r I should be thankful for information.-W. W. 'EINWIOcKi HALL. -Can any reader give the 3 history of Fenwick Hall, near. Askern, with names of owners and occupiers, and anything else they maay tbird( - of interest, and from Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    which was of I great value, to hlis wife's son, John N. Fenwick. The young man is now in Fenwick Hall. The following is a portion of a letter sent by him to a friend in Clintonl. . "'So you Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of an originating summons for the appointment of trustees of a settlement. He said the circumstances were peculiar. Mr Fenwick Hall, of Consett, died in- testate in the year 1887, leaving a widow and four children. Soon after his death Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Great Britain, at very extraordinary ages, during the year ISOrj. At the age of 100 - Ann Dixon, of Fenwick Hall; Margaret Barrow, of Holker; Mr. Horridge, of Gloucester; J. Bell, of Moorhouse; Mrs. Battle, of Throstlenest •, Ma>y Gregory, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Accidental death" was returned. Chp.istmas Festivities. - An inquest was Leld on Monday at Newcastle, on the body of Fenwick Hall, aged 46 years, an engineman. His employer, Mr. Grey, had given a dinner to his workpeople, and on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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