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  • * British History Online *

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    Letters and Papers, December 1539, 26-31, 01 December 1539-31 December 1539

    church, steeple, and churchyard of the same; and certain acres of land, & c., in Catley, Byllyngey, Walcote, Thorpe, North Kyme, Durryngton, Rowston and Dygby, Linc., belonging to the said late priory; the wood called Catley wood, Linc., and all

    Henry VIII, May 1542, 21-31, 01 May 1542-31 May 1542

    Metheringby, Hesyll, Newton, Kyme, Hornyngton, Paderthorpe, Redesdale Ball., Redesdale Coll., Cokedale, Croydon and Rokeby, with their appurtenances in Byllyngay, North Kyme, Walcote, Dogdike, Counsby, Skyrbecke, Swyneshedde, Bycker, Anstrope, Ewerby, Evedon, Osbournby, Helpringham, Asgarby and Totyng, in cos. Linc., Yorks., Nthld.,

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

    Symson, Robt. Parkyn, Ralph Paget, Robt. Hakney, Wm. Ebden, Robt. Cok, Ric. Archer and Ralph Pachett; a cottage in North Kyme in tenure of Thos. Dyghton, 2 cottages in Conysbye, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Millett and Costerdinus Rawden, a

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    Cornwall , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: North Kyme: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Chapel situate in North Kyme , in the County of Lincoln ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    survey has been taken for a I new line of railway from Billinghay, to Sleaford, ktaking in Walcot, Bilhnghay, North Kyme, &c., the junction being at Ruskington. This is the third now projected rail- way for Lincolnshire. News has jest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arable land in Walcot, Lines., at the rate of :277. per a acre; and I. 20p. of land in North Kyme at the rate of I £. 280. per acre. e Th Rev. Alexander H. Christie, M.A., B.D., assis- ir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HtUNTMTG APPOINTMENTS. flUJ1.L.L.LN" ArrUARN .LDfM J.D. FOXHOUNDS. BADswouTn; ........ Toes., Jsn 624..Ad ickle-Street ........ 10.30 Thun'., Jun. 26.. Woolley Ed-go .. 10.80 Satur., Jan. 28 ..Tl-oKennels _ . 10.o30 BfDlro .rit ....... Wed., Tnn. 2S. H ..........l. 10.30 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fliday,Feb. 3.. LiniekilnaI-oense .0.S0 ._ Satinr., Feb. 4. .l}irby nowl . 10.30 Bi &x,, , ............ Satin., Jan. 28.. North Kyme . 11. 0 reI)., JanD 80-potterhliaoalth . 11. 0 rny '.1'brs.,Feb. 2 ..Brnby Manor .11. t oly Sateir,, Feb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCHOOL BOARDS DISSOLVED. An order has been issued by the Education Depart- ment dissolving the School Boards at Ruskington, North Kyme, Billinghay, Walcot, and Dogdyke, in the Sleaford Division. 'or the unsatisfactory manner in which they have discharged their duties, Subscribers-only content

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