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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Egton with Newland

    The estate came to an heiress, Isabel daughter of William Penny , who in 1767 married John Machell of Hollow Oak in Colton , from whom it descended to the late Miss Justina Madeline Machell , who died in 1900

    Townships Broughton

    century it was owned by a family named Marshall , and was in 1745 purchased by John Machell of Hollow Oak in Colton , whose eldest grandson married the heiress of the Pennys of Penny Bridge . Thomas Machell ,

    The parish of Colton

    is quoted in the notes. 27 The Machells of Newby Bridge were a branch of a family seated at Hollow Oak in Colton , now of Penny Bridge in Egton . 28 Church The church of the HOLY TRINITY stands

    Index A-K

    75, 76 n Hollins , 96 Hollinworth , Jas., 37 n Hollowgate ( Carnforth ), 161 Hollowmire , 357 Hollow Oak ( Colton ), 385 Hollowtrice , see Hallatrice Holme , 86 n , 245 Holme , Ad. del, 164

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the residence of their eldest sister, who had been married for some years to Mr James Penny Machell of Hollow Oak and Penny bridge. Wilson soon became acquainted with these ladies, and an intimacy gradually sprung up with the fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    39. Fisls-plate Bolts 14. Cotton Waste 30. Screw Bolts 40. Chair Spikes 15. Deyvaltery 31. Steel and Files 41. Hollow Oak Tre- 18. Glass Sheet 32. Steel Tyres-Cru- nails 17. ,, Plate cible Cast Forms of Tender, and other particulare, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    139. Fish-plato Bolts 14. Cotton Wslte 30. Screw Bolts 40. Chair Spitse 15. Drysaltv~ry 31. Steel anid Files 41, Hollow Oak Tre. 16. GlasShheet 32. Steel Tyres-Crn- namis 17. ,, Plate cible C ast Forms of Tender, and other particulars. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    39. Fish-plato Boite 14. Cotton Wasto 30. Screw Belts 40. Chair Spikes 15. Drysaltery 31. Steel and Filce 41. Hollow Oak Tre 16. GlaesSheet 32, Steel Tyroo-Cru- nails 17. ,, Plate cible Cast Forus of Tender, and other particulars. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Houses, the llIgh-street, leadiog to thle Maypole, The Old Toll lHonse by Moonlight and Arrival of the Mail Cart, Hollow Oak Dell, lihe Assize Conrt; ii fact the place is a triumphant success in every respect. Walnratta (from the Crystal Subscribers-only content

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