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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hart

    rectory of Hart was leased to Richard Malam . 123 After the Restoration the manor followed the descent of Lumley Castle until 1770, when it was sold by Richard fourth Earl of Scarbrough to Sir George Pocock , a distinguished

    Parishes Stranton

    the West Manor 142 to distinguish it from the vill of Stranton, which was held by the Lumleys of Lumley Castle . 143 The West Manor remained in the possession successively of the Lumleys, Boyntons and Gascoignes until the beginning

    Parishes Long Newton

    died in January 1739 -40, for it was held under the terms of his will by James Lumley of Lumley Castle in 1763 , when he bequeathed it to his nephew George Dunk Earl of Halifax . Five years later

    Parishes Eversley

    one for the recorded date, c. 1360, and the analogy of the late 14th-century north-country houses, Bolton Castle , Lumley Castle , Snape Castle , & c., is worth pointing out. The main entrance-front faces south-west and has a central

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    place has been found. Before 1381 the manor had passed into the hands of the family of Lumley of Lumley Castle 116 (q.v.), with which it descended until 1566, when John, Lord Lumley , sold it to Christopher Chaytor. 117

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    write the official description given in the catalogue itself: "Thin portrait was sold at a sale of pictures at Lumley Castle, in the year 1807. The sale appears to have been badly nianeged, for mary even of the family portraits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bishops. of North Dakota and AdelAide. The Earl sod Countess of Scarborough entertained a very large party at Lumley Castle betteeno the services. An inquest was hold at Douglas, on Monday, en the bo~dy of one of the young Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Inn, Hudders-. is field, on his way to Ireland. isa The Earl of Scarborough has left Sandbeck Park for Lumley Castle, Durham. on. The Earl and Countess of Brownlow will see lie company at Bolton House, Lincolnshire, during the ess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per pitman. Thle parties resided in a honEe on Wafdridge Fell, and about one mile and a half from Lumley Castle, the seat of mai the Earl of Scarborough. A son aged 21years, and two Pati daughtersaged 18 and 16, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Megee, a pitman. 'The parties resided in a houce on W~aldridge Feln, about one mile and a half fromn Lumley Castle, the seat of '~the Bail1 of Scarborough. A son aged 21 years, and two daughters aged 1S and 16), Subscribers-only content

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