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You searched for: Place: "Great Ryle"

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, April 1586, 01 April 1586-30 April 1586

    48 sheep, done against the virtue of truce and not redressed, praying justice herein. Lamentably complaineth Thomas Collingwood of Great Ryle against James Mowe, John Heslop of Mowe, and John Bell of Mowe, and Robert Heslop of Corrost, for stealing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amble, and not less than 400 acres hill or moor, £50., for the, aecond best, £25-I. George Dryodals, of Great Ryle, _Ainwick; 2, Iredr'sy Davison, of Seroiruwoool Northbury re. and corn., Anthony Batrber, of Wstuwood, WoDler. The judges of dairy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    company of upwards of one hundred gentlemen, presided over by Mr. Bolam, of Glororum, supported by Mr. Thompson, of Great Ryle, sat dowu to an excellent dinner, provided by Mr. Craven, of Heiferlow bank, and, after an abundance of salmon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton 11. 0 ' ; Scale's, Sir Henry Wednesday, Darlington 10.30 Saturday.. ..BUckawton Fores 10.30 i Selby's, Mr Tuesday Great Ryle 10.3 > j Friday The Kennels 10 30 ' i Shropshire, C. J. Morris's..Monday _...Ercal!-mill lo.so Wednesday, Acton ReynaM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ridge 10.30 j Scale's, Sir Henry Tuesday Berry Castle 10.:>0 Friday Morlev Toll Bar 10.30 ! Selby's.Mr „ Tuesday Great Ryle 10.30 Friday* Ilderton 10.30 Sinnington Thursday ...Helmsley 10. 0 t Surrey Tnion Monday" The Kennel 10.S0 Thursday. ..Dunsfold 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For this there were three competitors, and the judges awarded the first prize of £50 to Mr. G. Drysdale, Great Ryle, Alnwick: the second of £25 to Mr. H. Davison, Rothbury ; while Mr. A. Barber, of Wooler, is reserved Subscribers-only content

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