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Found 158 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Botteslow

    1614 (W.S.L., D. 1788, P. 67, B. 11), but in 1618 Thos. Bagnall evidently held the largest estate in Little Fenton and Botteslow: Stoke Churchwardens' Accts . ( T.N.S.F.C . lxxviii), p. A2 37. Staffs. Advertiser , 18 Mar. 1816

    Fenton

    district. 1 Historically it consisted of the two townships of Fenton Culvert or Great Fenton and Fenton Vivian or Little Fenton , manorially distinct by the 13th century. 2 The two Fentons are mainly an area of lowlying land. In

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    sta., 209; sch., 321 Fenton Park Co. , coalmasters, 222, 247 Fenton Products , figure-makers, 218 Fenton Vivian ( Little Fenton ), 80, 184, 198, 205, 207, 253; char., 331; estates, 213; highway maintenance, 217; iron-working, 223; loc. govt., 215-16;

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

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    DC.CP.1835/2

    Employment: Farmer Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton(Little Fenton) : undefined Participant: William Middleton [Middleton] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Husbandman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton(Little Fenton) : undefined Participant: Joseph Middleton [Middleton] Role: testator

    DC.CP.1696/3

    Participant: Anne Thurkell [Thirkell] Role: witness Details: female; 30; Wife of Joshua Thurkell, Yeoman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton (Fenton Parva) : undefined Participant: Joshua Thurkell [Thirkell] Role: witness Details: male; 31; Yeoman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1511-15

    clerk Jo Melton, esq. Manors of Fenton, Mylford, and Biggyng, and messuages, tenements, lands, & c., in Great and Little Fenton, Mylford, Byggyng, and Shirbourne. Robert Herrison, John Mauleverer de Letwell , esq., Thomas Strey, Richard Nicholson, clerk, Robert Steele,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    Storr William Hamond, esq., and Elizabeth his wife and William Yeryshe and Johanna his wife Cottage with lands in Little Fenton and Sherburne. William Darley, gent. Henry, Earl of Rutland, and Margaret his wife Manor of Buttercrampe als . Buttercram

    Yorkshire Fines, 1572

    and Elizabeth his wife, William Singleton and Johanna his wife, and George Horner and Johanna his wife Lands in Little Fenton. Anthony Mawde and Cecilia his wife James Ryther, esq. Messuage with lands in Dunkeswycke in which Dame Ann Browne

    Yorkshire Fines, 1589, 01 January 1589-31 December 1589

    Beverley, esq. Manors of Clyffe and Lounde and 24 messuages with lands there and in Selbye, Wistowe, Kyrke Fenton, Little Fenton, Byggyn, Drax, and Newland (?) Edward Proudefoot, Thomas Proudefoot, and William Harebred Robert Whitworthe and Ann his wife and

    Yorkshire Fines, 1591, 01 January 1591-31 December 1591

    and Horton. Edmond Hungait, gent. William Barkeston, gent. 3 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Barkeston, Great Fenton, Little Fenton, Shereburne, Lumbye, and Sutton. Richard Goodrick, esq. Richard Goldesboroughe, esq., and Elizabeth his wife and Susan Justice, widow Two-thirds

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 14, Pellette (at 1.30): Friday, IS, Noke Bridge (at U1). P~rrTA.-Dso', D=n or (at 111-This day, January 14, Little Fenton, Hall ; Tuesday, 15, Stubton Hali ; Wednesday, 16, Crox- ton Park ; Friday, 12, Weaver's Lodge ; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Durham, grocer and draper. WnrLImar WRIonr. Prospect Place. Bottawell Haigh, Both, well, 'Yorkshire, wheelwright. LANCELoT Bow, Chutrch Fenton and Little Fenton, Yorkshire, farmer. 4 Gzornoa Warni, Iniraood Street, York, masos. Hznscv Wncir, trading as Jefferson and Co., Goodrarngate and St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dt simbut ESTI'ATlFS cqomprising altogetltr' A abote 95; Acies oftrrit'U L i rd, Tyrhe-Free, ituattd at Mierhurn, Churchb enton, Little Fenton, Barkflon, Biigyir, milford, Nersrourpm and Abeitrad, together witb fw ttie F.,mi-m.oores anO uoher Convertien. TIhe g IIuc North De Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Very Desirable EilTATE, comnprising altogether about 950 Acres of capital Land, rythe-Free, fituated it at Shei hurn, Cthurc Fenton, Little Fenton, Batkilon, liggin, Millfrd, Nvewthorpe and Aberford, together witb fultablei Farm-Hoofts and other Conveniences. Alfo, the r'reberddl Tythes of Micklefield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TadIcnstet, in the Cotunty atf 'York,-SA'ElAl, otl!er very Valuable FiSTAIi S, sitiate in tbe Townshiips of Saxiont, Chturch Foentui Little Fenton, riggill, titit. hirtikstone Ash, coitpribing tipwtards of 690 Acres. Printed Particulars will be ready for Delivery On the . Subscribers-only content

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