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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    was extended to in clude part of the civil parish of Framwellgate Moor . As constituted in 1898 the civil parish of Framwellgate contained 148 acres, Framwellgate Moor 3,801 acres, Neville's Cross 429 acres, Crossgate 74 acres, Elvet 256 acres,

    Durham Charities

    THE LESS originally consisted of ancient burgage tenements, held from time immemorial. The endowments now consist of allotments in Framwellgate Moor , containing 3a. o r. 31 p., producing £34 a year; £564 London and North Eastern Railway 3 per

    The city of Durham Jurisdictions

    , the explanation apparently being that the suit claimed to be due was for the rights of common on Framwellgate Moor , which was parcel of the various burgages and not in respect of holdings in the borough. With the

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

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    CP.E.101

    widow of John Yealland [de Yeland] Role: plaintiff Details: female; widow of a Durham citizen. Employment: Location: Durham Place(s): Framwellgate Moor (Framwellegate, Framwelgate) : undefined Participant: the prior and convent of Durham Role: defendant Details: undefined Location: Durham Place(s): Priory

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Accidentaly drowned" was re- turned.-TimNes. FIRE IN A COArPIT.-On Monday morning a fire was discovered in the shaft of Framwellgate Moor Colliery, near Durham. It would seem that in the top seam there is a furnace which is used for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liberals had their forces in hand from tbe first. ' -M . WVilson, accompanied by Mr. Broadhurst, 2uP., visited Framwellgate Moor, Sacriston, Sleatburn, Water- i houses, Brandon, and Littleburn, and at the same time M r. S. Storey, M.P., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the surround- ing Deighbouiirhood attending. Notwithstanding repre- sentatives were sent from Shincliffe, Coxhoe, Chester-le- Street, Brandon, Willington, aed Framwellgate Moor, and about 1,000 men paraded the streets with banners, bands of music, &cc. A public meeting was held in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT FRAMWELLGATE MOOR COLLIERY. TWO, LIVES LOST. A lamentable accident occurred on Tuesday, at Frarawellgate Moor Colliery. It appears that when the dinner hour arrived, a lad named Jonathan Briggs, who had only been employed on the railway leading to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 1 0 1. 1 i o1ii1ii1 iol1 o1 ; aud lay hi8:-O01 1 0 On Saturday afternoon, at Framwellgate Moor, Dutrham, a little, fellow, named Jobn Errington, lost his life under sad circumstances. The deceased was playing with four Subscribers-only content

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