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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1575

    Tanckard, esq. Manors of Upsall and Potto, and 50 messuages with lands there and in Thornebargh, Kylvyngton, Halykell, and Morton Grange als . Murton Graynge. Robert Arthington, gent. William Ingleby, kt., and William Ingleby, his son and heir apparent 10

    Henry VIII, January 1545, 26-31, 01 January 1545-31 January 1545

    of the church of Harborghe and Bounden Magna, L eic. and of the manors of Aunderby, alias Aynderby, Warlaby, Morton Grange Petto, Humonby and Halikell, Yorks. and co. city of York, and of the manors of Hadston, Lowike and Woller,

    Index of places

    Burton 0. Munke Bretton als . Burton Monastery als . Burton , 161. Murton , 194. Graynge als . Morton Grange, 73. Musfeild , 74. Muston , 67, 135, 144, 160, 175. Myckelbie , 38. Myckelbryng , 16. Myckeley ,

    Index, M, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    621 (6). Morton , Notts, ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 536, 538). Morton , Yorks., i. g. 125 (22). Morton Grange. Yorks. , i. g. 125 (22). Morton Parva , Notts, ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 536, 538). Morton ,

    Index of places

    ] , co. Essex, 112 114. Moorgate , 178. More Ditch , 316. Mores House , Austin Friars, 285. Morton Grange , co. York, 126 127. Mountjoy Place , 106. Mountnessing , co. Essex, 282. Muckleton , co. Salop, 294.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FXTR& STOCxE.-Mr, Allan, of, L t Comopton. near Wetherby; Mr. Win. Ridgdale. of Rowley ,par and M~r. Lancaster, of Morton Grange, near Northsallerton. rera Foa FLOWERS AND GARDENS.-Mr. Mackae, gardener to Josesph Dent, Esqc,, of Riboton Park :and Mr. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The double superfine flour which o0titilled tle prize medal at the Great Exhibitioti, Was natide frimtt Wltest grown ol Morton Grange l-arm, near Nortihilettni b Mr. W. Lancaster, tonatit farmer of the Earl of I Orewoody the wheat being ground Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall inge Setond best .-------- n110 SIr. Bialker, EaotFeowiek. tSon Best three Year old colt.. 2 0A Mn. Laocaster, Morton Grange. Sou fSecond best .. 1 0 Mr. John tiScoton. Goldsbro'. K y et livstibree year old lilly I tl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjoining the North Eastern Railway, and partly opposite to the Said Ir engine stable. isIn the townships of Allirton. Morton Grange, Newbottle, West Rain- 1,ton, East Raintos, and lioughrton-le-Spring, and parish of ifoughton- le le-Spsriirg, certain lands arid huirlirrgs adjoining Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE DISEASE IN TIM .NornT BRaNG.-Yesterday Captain Spencer, an Inspector of the Board of Agriculture, made an idspection of Morton Grange Farm, East Harlsey, whera pleuro-priegnonia was reported to have broken out on the farm of Mr. ; Thomas P. Subscribers-only content

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