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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, May 1759, 11-20, 11 May 1759-20 May 1759

    the Road leading from the East Side of Barnsley Common in the County of York to the Middle of Grange Moor , and from thence to White Cross ; and also the Road from the Guide Post in Barugh to

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Evendons. Eye Hall. Farlam. Farrington Gurney. Fishside. Flambard. Frilford. Fulbourn. Furness. Garton, upon the Wolds. Gillingham. Glassonby. Glyncothi. Goxhill. Grange Moor. Grantham. Great Tew. Halcetor. Halton. Ham. Hardwell or Harwell. Harston. Haslingfield. Helston. Hem. Hendon. Hewlington. Higham Ferrers. Hilton. Hinxton.

    Records of the Exchequer, 1635-1726

    most noble P[hilip ] , Earl of Pembroke, and others, or their assigns. Leckwith Moor.; Canton Common.; Eley Moor.; Grange Moor.; Cogan Pill . And that there are marsh lands in that county, adjacent to the parishes of Landaffe and

    Entry Book, July 1693, 16-31, 16 July 1693-31 July 1693

    5,000 l. lent by the said Richard to Sir Patrick Trant on mortgage of the manors of Castle Lea, Grange Moor and other towns and lands in Ireland. Out Letters ( Ireland ) VI, p. 319. Henry Guy to the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, May 1759, 1-10, 01 May 1759-10 May 1759

    the Roads leading from the East Side of Barnsley Common in the County of York to the Middle of Grange Moor , and from thence to White Cross , and also the Road from the Guide Post in Barugh to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    under the circumstances they codild-not recommend their association to accede to the request. -Last night thirteen miners, residing at Grange Moor, Whitley, and Ossett, were arrested at Thornbill, and will-be brought before the local justices on Friday for using threats. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called SHADWEL ROAD, ftrom the -a-d Harrogste Tuin-hel-Road near the Black Bullt Norh Estlesardlyl in its prefett Coolfe over Grange Moor, by Thife' - Hedge Noi,, and in.o the pretfet Road leading to Antf, Nf)TICJ is lietrcil o1e gag, iel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tram tlre Leeds andb Iarro- g;ate Rirad, near the Black Blls, Nartir Ria twardly isa rts Wresitt C6LICSe over' Grange Moor, bry Thitif fledge Sleoki, aild isto' the present Ruad tending to rdI Shiddafll: al- CHA PERL-A LLERTO'N ROAD -OneolirerPals. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iiighway of the breadth .of&lThitty Feet. call- ed Liliget Road, trom the leedst and 1arrogat'Tttriv- pikr. Ruad, Eastwedlty over Grange Moor into Ltd- get Lane * SNDHOUSE ROAD-One other Public Car- riage Road or Hirth aV. of the breadtih rif Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road, trom the leeds ant Hare. gate Road, near the Black Bull, North Hastwardly ia Its present Course over Grange Moor, Ibv Thit. H-r idge Nook,.and into the present Road leading to Sthadvwel. - .t d CIIAP&L-ALLERTON ROAD-One other Pus Subscribers-only content

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