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

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    CP.I.2818

    Role: defendant Details: female; Co-executor of Thomas Rawlin, deceased, late of Newcastle upon Tyne Participant: MagdalenaGray [Grey] Role: defendant Details: female; Co-executor of Thomas Rawlin, deceased, late of Newcastle upon Tyne Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne(Newcastle upon Tyne) : ville

    CP.I.3009

    of Sarah Braithwait, widow, deceased; executor of Sarah Braithwait, deceased widow Employment: Doctor of Physick Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne(Newcastle upon Tyne) : undefined Participant: CharlesClapham [Clapham] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: JohnAyrey [Airey] Role: defendant Details: male; Nephew

    TEST.CP.1777/3

    1777 People & Places Participant: JohnFenwick [Fenwick] Role: undefined Details: male; Esquire; deceased Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne(Newcastle upon Tyne) : undefined Participant: RobertAllgood [Allgood] Role: undefined Details: male; Gentleman; debtor of John Fenwick, deceased, late of Newcastle upon Tyne

    TRANS.CP.1680/1

    1680 People & Places Participant: JamesIles [Ile] Role: testator Details: male; Gentleman; deceased Location: Northumberland Place(s): Newcastle Upon Tyne(Newcastle upon Tyne) : town Notes: Relates to probate of nuncupative will of James Iles Participant: RobertJennison [Jennison] Role: appellant Details:

    TRANS.CP.1689/3

    Newcastle Upon Tyne(Newcastle upon Tyne) : town Participant: MaryJennison [Jennison] Role: appellant Details: male; Wife of Henry Jennison, armiger; daughter and executor named in the last will and testament of John Watson, deceased, late of Newcastle Upon Tyne Participant:

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Chester Chester : the city boundaries and neighbouring township

    Cambridge , Colchester , and Ipswich but considera bly smaller than such places as York , Norwich , Newcastle upon Tyne , and Bristol , let alone its near neighbours Liverpool and Manchester . 3 In the 19th century Chester

    The city of Chester Introduction

    , Cambridge , Colchester , and Ipswich but considerably smaller than such places as York , Norwich , Newcastle upon Tyne , and Bristol , let alone its near neighbours Liverpool and Manchester . 11 In the 19th century Chester

    The City of Leicester Footwear manufacture

    for Northampton , by then an established centre of the boot and shoe industry, were 1,322 and 88. Newcastle upon Tyne , a purely industrial town, had 14 boot- and shoemakers per thousand of its population. 4 About this time,

    Parishes Hampton Poyle

    bk. Gent. Mag . 1806, lxxvi (1). 525. In 1844 a stained-glass window made by Mr. Wailes of Newcastle upon Tyne was given. MS. Top. Oxon . d 90, f. 51. It was for some time in the churchyard. In

    Public services York County Hospital , Monkgate York Dispensary

    were at the time only four asylums in the country-2 in London and 1 each in Manchester and Newcastle upon Tyne . A sum of £2,500 was immediately subscribed, and John Carr was asked to design a building for 54

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlanchester -5- - - 732 9 8-3 Quarters. Birmingham 5- - ,161 8 1 Beaucon 4746 S 4 Newcastle upon Tyne - 4,.S81 D 3 Salansa,.der - - - - 4,108 0 2 Bristol - --- - ,333 15 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Gregory, Clemnent's Inn. J. Aldred, Over Darwen, Lancaster, ironfounder. Solicitors, Messrs Milne and Parry, Temple. M. Renwich, Newcastle upon Tyne, linen-draper. Solicitors, Messrs Constable and Kirk, Symond's Inn. H. Mullins, Beverley, York, linen -draper. Solicitor, Mr Taylor, Gray's Inn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street. A. Ryder, Badge rose, warehousernan. Solicitors, Messrs Shearman and Freeman, Goildford street, Rutssell square. W. M. Lamb, Newcastle upon Tyne, merchaist. Solicitors, Messrs Meg- gison astd Poole, Verulanm buildings, Gray's inn. J. Bernard, Gravesend, pass ihbroker. Solicitors, Messrs Swain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . Is. On. to 4I.s4.Pis400 ... 2904 FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.-4h65IYedo Maly 20. 5 BANKRUPTS. C. Martyn, Newcastle upon Tyne, draper. [Stevens & Co. Little St Thomas WV. Compten andW. Andrewos, West BromwRich, mercers. [Mossrs Baxter, Lin- WC. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorsetshire, merchant. [Tilsons & Co. Coleman St. P. Beans, Manchester, grocer. [Cuvelje & Enfield, Southampton buildings. R. Jackson, Newcastle upon Tyne, grocer. [Cuvelje & Enfield, Southampton hbsildingo. 3. Dawoon, Liverpool, scrivener. [Lowe, Temple. H. Brown, J. H. Bradley, and B. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    John Murrel, Theft, 20/04/1726

    Wood . October 9 . Jonathan Wood thus depos'd. I took my Mare to the Fair at Newcastle upon Tyne , in order to sell her. The Prisoner cheapen'd her; we partly agreed, that if he lik'd her, the price

    Ordinary's Account, 13/02/1727

    and Hat, December 4. William Miller , as he said, about 26 Years of Age, was born at Newcastle upon Tyne , of honest Parents, who had a regard for Religion, and gave him a good Example, instructing him in

    Ordinary's Account, 04/05/1741

    Business was? He seemed to wave giving a direct Answer, but said he had travelled over the Country pretty much, had been at Newcastle upon Tyne , in Northumberland , and many other Places; so that we must leave the

    Ordinary's Account, 31/10/1718

    of age, born at Newcastle upon Tyne : That he serv'd an Apprentiship of 5 Years with a Ship Carpenter there; and after his Time was out, being troubled with Fits, and unable to follow that Imployment, he came up

    Ordinary's Account, 10/03/1714

    he had any ways offended; praying for Mercy and Forgiveness. The place of his Birth, he said, was Newcastle upon Tyne , his Calling a Sailor , who had for these 12 years past been employ'd on board several of

 

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