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You searched for: Place: "Little Musgrave"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Theobald, Musgrave

    that have any ground adjoining do repair the highway from Little Musgrave Gate to Bland's Gate upon pain of 5. 1707 8 12 January. Thomas Lancaster of Little Musgrave, yeo. and Lancelot Lancaster of the same, yeo. were indicted for

    Parishes (East Ward), St Andrew, Crosby Garrett

    by the year, amounting in the whole to 40. 5. 0. by the year. That the tithe corn of Little Musgrave within the said parish was heretofore in the possession of Sir Philip Musgrave and now in the possession of

    Henry VIII, February 1537, 21-25, 21 February 1537-25 February 1537

    of Staynemore; Ant. Wharton, of Nateby; Thos. Wrey and Hen. Bursy, of Sulby; Thos. Sutton and Ant. Emontson, of Little Musgrave; Edm. Sponer and John Smyth, of Assheby; Wm. Nelson, Rowland Raysebeck John Hall, Hugh Beyle, Robt. Hodgeson, Wm. Waterman,

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    provision for soldiers to serve in the army, the parish of Brough together with the Townships of Kaber, and Little Musgrave, having 205 inhabited houses, had to provide four men. 1812 23 July. Indenture between George Atkinson of Oxenthwaite, parish

    Parishes (West Ward), St Ninian, Brougham

    William de Dacre holds fourth part of Overton 6s. 4d. The heirs of William de Soulby holds Crosby Gerard, Little Musgrave and a fourth part of Overton 22s. 8 d. Andrew and John de Helton hold Helton Bacon 13s. 8d.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Occupation of ethe 'e sadJeise n r. George Cooke. Lot 1I. All that CL OSE ot LAND called The Little Musgrave is or Billy Close, containing 1A. SR. lii'., also situate at Little Le Moor Bottom, and now in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUICIDE OF A WESTMORELAND LANDOWNER. Mr Thomas Rudd, of Little Musgrave, West- moreland, a large landowner, committed suicide by hanging himself last night. The deceased was nearly eighty years of ago, and owner of large estates ia the county. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bi Frolssart. ' Fair Play ' was an Integral part of the knightly oode la the ballad of ' Little Musgrave ' the injured husbanc will give every advantage to hia false wife's lover. Hi bids the latter arm himself Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Froles.rt. * Fair Play ** was au integral part of the knightly code. In tbe ballad of ' Little Musgrave ' the injured husband will give every advantage to his false wife's lover. He bids the latter arm himself Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    description giten. He gave the name of Martin Loy, and said be was brother to Mr. John Loy, of Little Musgrave, from whence the horse had been stolen. He was brought before tbe Bench by Mr. Parks and remanded.-West- morland Subscribers-only content

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