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

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    CP.I.1480

    Date: 1767 - 1767 People & Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Location: Durham Place(s): High Barnes(High Barnes) : undefined Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff

    CP.I.1476

    Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Husband of William Ettrick, defendant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): High Barnes(High Barnes) : undefined Participant: JohnClough [Clough] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Wife

    CP.I.1506

    Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes, Barns) : undefined Notes: For the transmitted papers fron the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1765/4 Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role:

    CP.I.1525

    1766 - 1766 People & Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes) : undefined

    CP.I.1526

    [Ettrick] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff Participant: WilliamCampey [Campey] Role: defence proctor Details: male Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    married Mr. Homer, a glass inanufanetrer at Birmircgliam. There is one child of the marricrgo surviving. They cohabited at High Barnes, in Shropsccire, until 1850. Mr. Homer was a man of very intoitsperate habits, and in March, 1856, a deed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Headingley, near Leeds; W. C. Copperthwaite, Malton; George DodSworth, Clifton, York; John Fogg Elliott, Elvet-hill, Durham; James Hartley, M.P., High Barnes, Sunderland; James Hodg- son, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; W. R. Hunter, ditto; Har- court Johnstone, Hackness, near Scarborough; James Kitson, Elmote Hall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    severely lacerated by a black dog. An animal answering the description was seen a day or two previous near High Barnes, in the outskirts of Sunderland, in a F rabid state, but it escaped from a policeman who ondea- voured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    practical in all branche3 of tte profession: 9years in prescat situation: fiust-class reter- ences. .. BE radley, Head Gardener, High Barnes Eall, Sundorland. W ANTED, situation as IMPROVER in Bntohering business. W Aged 20. Good references. Y, Leeds Mercury-office, Bradford. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a skeleton spring clock, the largest probably ever manufactured, and constructed to go for eight days. H Ettrick, Anthony, High Barnes, Sunderland. Improved Travelling-bag, or Portmanteau.-Bogie, or Timber-lift- ing Apparats-The application of the screw is new. The acvantage gained by Subscribers-only content

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