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    Parishes East Witton Jervaulx Abbey . Gules three water bougets argent . Bruce, Earl of Elgin and Ailesbury. Or a saltire and a chief gules and a quarter argent with a lion azure therein . Christie. Or a saltire wavy between four molets pierced sable .

    quarry. West of Hammer is Deep Gill Force, a fine waterfall on Deep Gill Beck. East of Jervaulx is Kilgram Grange , once demesne of the abbey. The parish is very well wooded. In 1543 Peter Saxson was given the Victoria County History


    rectory of East Witton Participant: Richard Scar [Skare; Skarr; Skarre; Skar] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: East Witton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Kilgram Grange (Kilgrame Howll, Kylkrame Howle) : habitation Abbey of Jervaulx (Jervaux) : religious house Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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    Grtfat Ayton ;2, J. Nightingale, Guisborough. BOADSTEBS. Class 73.- 8r00d mares, stinted or in mUk. - l, Charles Lancaster, Kilgram Grange, Bedale ; 2, R. Colling, Marske-by-the-Sea. Class 74.- Foah.- 1, John Shepherd, Easby ; 2, George HaU, Marske. Class Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Halifax. William Armitage,, Salford-ln-L-o'.-Doj Hnddersfield. Herbert Hlnchllffe Marshall, tailor and woall-an draper Klrkbarton, near Hudderafield. Charles Lancaster, farmer, Kilgram Grange, sew Bedford. Elisabeth Carter and Thomas Carter, farmer., of Brougb, Near Hope, Derbyshire, recently Storrs _, e _- Bradford. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15th inst., at Thorntnti Wat las, by the Yen. Stephen Creyke, Archdeacon of York, Joseph Dresser Tetfey, Esq., of Kilgram Grange, lk-dale, to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Charles Dodswoith, Bart., of Thornton Hall, Newland Park, in this county. Same day, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    lady of J. D Tetlev Esq., of Kilgram Grange, near Bedale, of a son sun' born. On Saturday, the 20th inst., in Grosvenor-sqaare London, Viscountess Ebrington, of a daughter. On Thursday, the 18th inst., at Tantield Mills, near Ripon, tbe Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of a in. T_!___j r_2? * ?u ____ """"A Prematurely, tbe wile of J. D. retley, Esq , of Kilgram Grange, of a son. still-bom. MARRIAGES. On Thursday the 17th inst, at Spennithorne, bythe Key. £„ U. Wyvill, Mr. John Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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