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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Long Newton

    Parishes Long NewtonLONG NEWTON Lang Newton , 1260. The parish and township of Long Newton is bounded by Egglescliffe and Middleton St. George on the south, Haughton le Skerne on the west, Bishopton and Elton on the north and

    Parishes Middleton St. George

    which here flows east and south-east; the adjacent parishes are Low Dinsdale on the west, Haughton le Skerne and Long Newton on the north, and Egglescliffe on the east. The area is 2,516 acres, of which 15 acres are covered

    Parishes Egglescliffe

    is named, lies along the northern bank of the Tees, with Yorkshire to the south and east, Stockton and Long Newton to the north and Middleton St. George to the west. It comprises three townships- Egglescliffe in the north-east, Aislaby

    House of Benedictine nuns Priory of St Mary , Neasham

    in Neasham , Hurworth, Little Burdon , Shildon , 50 Washington , Hutton , Bishop Auckland , Bishopton , Long Newton , Coniscliffe, Darlington , Hyndale, Windlestone, Sadberge , and Gateshead , 51 in the county of Durham ; and

    Stockton ward Introduction and map

    MIDDLEHAM GRINDON REDMARSHALL BISHOPTON HART SEDGEFIELD CRAYKE HARTLEPOOL SOCKBURN LOW DINSDALE HURWORTH STAINTON EGGLESCLIFFE MIDDLETON ST. GEORGE STOCKTON ELTON LONG NEWTON STRANTON ELWICK HALL The townships of Coatham Mundeville and Sadberge in the parish of Haughton le Skerne (which is

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

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    CP.I.2692

    Place(s): Sedgefield (Sedgfield) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: AnneMiddleton [Middleton] Role: witness Details: male; 70; Widow Location: Long Newton (Durham) Place(s): Long Newton(Long Newton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: MichaelMiddleton [Middleton] Role: witness Details: male; 44; Yeoman Location: Stockton-on-tees (Durham) Place(s):

    CP.E.99

    Thorp [de Thorp] Role: witness Details: male; 50; clerk Employment: rector of the church of Long Newton Location: Long Newton (Durham) Place(s): Long Newton (Lange Neuton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Role: witness Details: male; 44; clerk Employment: vicar of

    CP.G.1521

    witness Details: male; 28; husbandman Location: Stainton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thornton (Thornton) : undefined Stainton (Stainton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Long Newton (Longe Newton) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Stainton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thornton (Thorneton, Thornton in Cleveland) :

    TEST.CP.1853/16

    Carter [Carter] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Spinster; Cousin of the testator Employment: Farmer Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): Long Newton(Long Newton) : undefined Near Yarm Participant: Robinson Carter [Carter] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Cousin of the testator; Yeoman Location:

    CP.H.3826

    On Solway (Bownes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Christopher Steel [Steele] Role: witness Details: male; 54 Employment: weaver Location: Long Newton(Long Newton) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): Abby Holme (Abby Holme) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify Participant: William Glaister [Glaister]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cromwell's speech on founding of a college at Durham, 18 June 1651-19 June 1651

    Ovingham Common, Northumberland, Richard Prideaux, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Henry Leaver, of Barnspeth, in the Bishopric of Durham, Ralph. Tunstall, of Long Newton, in the Bishopric of Durham, Thomas Smallwood, of Batley, in the county of York, William Styles, of Leeds, in

    General Index, L, 01 January 1651-31 October 1651

    Long , Dixie Capt. Felix Josias Robt., pass for Capt. Col. Longland , Chas., agent and victualler at Leghorn Long Newton , co. Durham, freeholders at Longvill , Sir Thos. Lord's Day , see Sunday. Lords' or Peers' House hangings Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1573

    Yarme, Easton, Morton , Tampton, Tunstall near Tampton, Broughton, Aldwarke, Solbergh als . Solber, Northottrington, Northalverton, Langbergh, Whorleton, and Long Newton, and one third of 400 messuages, 1000 cottages, and 20 mills with lands in the same and in Kyrklethom,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1575

    Stanghowe, Birkhouse, Tidkinhowe, Marske, Redcarr, Uplethome, Yarme, Easton, Tampton, Tunstall near Tampton, Broughton, Aldwarke, Northottrington, Northalverton, Langbergh, Whorleton, and Long Newton, and a third part of 400 messuages, 100 cottages, and 20 mills with lands in the same and in

    Volume 16, July 1651, 01 July 1651-31 July 1651

    your excuse. [1 page . ] July 4. 8. Note of the names of several freeholders, & c. at Long Newton, and of the lands they possess, viz.: Robert Thope, Anth. Fewler, Ralph Collens, Mr. Tunstell, minister, Sir Hen. Vane, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WITH A CoNsciNci, AND Et5s BissoP. -,The late Bishop of Dlurham collated him (lir. Faber) to the rectory of Long Newton, and subsequehtly offered him' another living. Faber decliied it on the ground -tloimgli he expressed at the same time, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bunbury, at a meeting at Bury St Edmund's. The follow- ing instance of the value of allotments occurred in Long Newton, in Wiltshire:-" In 1822 there were forty-seven labouring families there, and the poor rates for six months amounted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lustre, und she was able to dispense with the assistance of spectacles to the last. She was a native of Cockfield, Durham, and resided for some time at Long Newton, previous to her coming to her daughter's house at Elton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    giving the Roman Catholic Bishop of London a little less of the spoils and the Roman Catholic Rector of Long Newton a little more of them ? or by shifting the Papal Dean of Gloucester to some deanery in Lancashire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STACKS or CORN By FaRE,.- On Mosaday, a disastrous fire occurred on the farmi-steading of Mr. Patrick Hocus, of Long Newton, about seven tifiles from Haddingtonl, in East Lotisian. Tlce fire was discovered about mid-day, and is said to have Subscribers-only content

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

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 12/1780

    Russhead Barbara Sineads Huntington House Ridge B Kennett Esqr Redfern Josh . Chattlebackley Chester Do Do Do Rogers Hanh Long Newton Durham Do Do Jno Levy Esqr Rutherford Isabella Edinburgh Do Cheshunt B Kennetts Esqr Ray Mary Falmouth Cornwall Mims

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