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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St John Baptist & St Godric, Finchale

    , before 1345; removed to Holy Island John Barneby , occ. 1345 Nicholas de Luceby, occ. 1346-9 John Wawayne John de Norton Thomas Graystanes, occ. 1354 William de Goldisburgh, 1354-60 ; prior of Holy Island in 1367 John de Newton

    Durham cathedral Historical survey

    whatsoever. 5 It is very likely, therefore, that the vaulting was not begun till the bishopric of Robert of Holy Island ( 1274 ), though the main lines of the design were probably earlier. The work of the fourteenth century

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    gave to the monks a messuage in Holy Island in return for a special prayer daily at high mass, and a solemn mass yearly after his death, in the church of Holy Island . 127 He also bestowed on them

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    were frequently dated here from 1241 onwards. 9 Two bishops died at their manor-house of Middleham - Robert of Holy Island in 1283 , 10 and Richard Kellaw in 1316 . 11 Bishop Louis Beaumont , successor of Kellaw, built

    Parishes Billingham

    in 1229 this right was reserved to the bishop, leaving to the prior only his ferry. 57 Robert of Holy Island , Bishop of Durham ( 1274-83 ), granted the prior and convent warren in Billinghamshire. 58 An unexplained grant

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    READE, alias KYNNERD, Sir William (d.1604), of Holy Island, Northumb.

    Elizabeth Towers, and two illegitimate children, a son, William, who inherited his Berwick and Holy Island property, and was made joint captain of Holy Island in 1594, and a daughter, Charity, who inherited £50. In his will, Reade asked the

    FALL, James (d.1743), of Dunbar.

    FALL, James (d.1743), of Dunbar. Constituency Dates Haddington Burghs 1734 1741 Biography Fall was one of four brothers, described as the most considerable merchants of their time in Scotland.[footnote] Reputedly of gypsy origin, the family were the chief magistrates

    TYRRELL, James (c.1674-1742), of Shotover, Oxon.

    1718; col. 17 Ft. 1722-d.; brig.-gen. 1727; maj.-gen. 1735; lt.-gen. 1739; gov. Pendennis castle 1737, Gravesend and Tilbury 1737-d., Holy Island and Berwick May 1742-d. Ofifces Held Groom of the bedchamber to George I 1714-27. Biography The son of a

    COLLINGWOOD, Daniel (c.1634-81), of Branton, Eglingham, Northumb. and Whitehall.

    coals, port of Newcastle 1679. Ofifces Held Cornet (2) Life Gds. 1661, maj. 1670, lt.-col. 1672-d.; dep. gov. of Holy Island by 1667-72, gov. 1672-d. Biography Collingwood’s ancestors first represented Northumberland in 1478, the senior branch of the family being

    WHETHAM, Thomas (c.1665-1741), of Turnham Green, Mdx.

    1709; maj.-gen. 1710; c.-in-c. Scotland 1712; col. 12 Ft. 1725-d.; lt.-gen. 1727; gen. 1739. Ofifces Held Gov. Berwick and Holy Island 1740. Biography After serving in Scotland, the West Indies and Spain under William III and Anne, Whetham commanded the

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 31st August 1842

    Darling's Light House on it, & curious rocky islands. Scrambled out of bed, to the next cabin to see Holy Island . At ½ p. 5, I went up on deck, but immediately lay down. We soon came in sight

    Thursday 15th September 1842

    sign, at sea. Occupied myself with reading out of "Marmion", the account of the voyage of the Nuns to Holy Island , which we passed, seeing the ruins of the Convent, - & then I walked about on deck. Passed

    Tuesday 17th August 1847

    the Holy Island , when one first comes in sight of the Goat Fell range of mountains, which are very pointed in shape, the highest being 2,850 feet. In front of the mountains is Lamlash. After passing Holy Island one

    Thursday 29th August 1850

    , & saw Werkworth Castle in the distance. The railroad goes close along the sea, which was beautifully blue. Holy Island ( Lindisfarn ) was plainly to be seen. We stopped at Alnwick station, & a little after 3, reached

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CENTURY, comprisingits oldbridge covered vwitb houses; OLD ST PAULS, and mayotherobjects equally ecrious. The inter- esting RUINS ofNETLEY ABBIEY; HOLY ISLAND, described in" Marmion-" the CITY of ROUEN,from Mount St Catherine; TU RIN, from the SOspccga; the exterior and interior Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its picturesque water-mill, and its peasantry in motion after a hare * the rugged and romantic Cathe- dral ef Holy Island; and Sarneyhurst College, beautifully lighted up and stawdowed by a rainbow and weeping clouds, emblematic of the chequered lot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. EMBEiLLISHED WORKS. ENGLAND AND WVALs,-fromc Drawvings by'J. l. W. Turner, Esq. B.A. wit/s Descriptive and. Historic Illustrations by H. E. Lloyd, Esq. No. 9.-Four Views are contained in this number-Stamford, in Lincoln_ shire, engraved by Win. Miller-Alniwick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. Tre ARDiNCAPLE STEAM-PACKET.-This vessel, which plies between Newcastle and Edinburgh, sailed from Leith harbour on Sunday morning, (the .lst inst.) about two o'clock, and shortly afterwards the wind increased to a tremendous gale. The vessel got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    air should bar, And split the influence of ev'ry star ? But who considers right, will find indeed, 'Tis Holy Island parts us, not the Tweed. Nothing but clergy could us two seclude, No Scotch was ever like a bishop's Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.E.96

    Edlingham (Edlyngham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Holy Island (Northumberland) Place(s): Holy Island (Insula sacra) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Norham (Northumberland) Place(s): Norham (Norham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Holy Island (Northumberland) Place(s): Holy Island (Halieland, Halyeland) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Tweedmouth

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 01/1796

    Sect. 1791. Public Act51. Dividing, inclosing, and allot- ting Extinguishing Right of Com- mon. County of Durham.Sect. Manor of Holy Island . Large open Tract of Land. By Estimation 1,000 Acres. Three Commissioners.Sect. One re-appointed by Lessee under the Crown;

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Isaac Wilkinson, 21/9/1767

    Forename Isaac Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 21/9/1767 Office/Status not given Clerical Status Location Holy Island// OTHER INFORMATION Source DUL MSC, AUL/1/170 (Diocese book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Chandler, Edward/Durham 1730- 1750 Comment This record derives

 

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