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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durham Churches and advowsons

    considerable, the glebe lying in Old Durham . In 1268 Geoffrey de Helme , rector of St. Nicholas, received licence 32 from the Prior of Durham for an oratory within his court of Old Durham , and before the appropriation

    The city of Durham Rivers, bridges and mills

    Durham Account Rolls; its foundations may possibly account for the tradition that a Roman road crossed the river near Old Durham . See 'On the Wear and Team Wash-out,' by Nicholas Wood and E. F. Boyd , Trans. N. Eng.

    Parishes St Giles

    Grange , Gilligate and Old Durham being left to John Heath , the eldest son, while Ramside was bequeathed to the younger son Edward. 31 A settlement of the manors of Kepier and Old Durham was made in 1604 ,

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    present occupier. North of Old Durham Beck and east of the Wear the land slopes gradually upward to Gilesgate Moor . A single stone is all that remains of the 17th-century manor-house of Old Durham , the successor of the

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    Old Durham was part of the glebe of St. Nicholas, Durham . 254 Bishop Robert Neville impropriated the rectory to the Hospital of Kepier 255 and in 1479 256 Ralph Booth , master of the hospital, leased Old Durham for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TEMPEST, John (1679-1738), of Old Durham, co. Dur.

    (1679-1738), of Old Durham, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham County 5 Mar. 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Freeman, Durham 1700. Biography Tempest succeeded to the Durham estates of his father (Member for Durham in the 1690 Parliament) in March 1700 and

    TEMPEST, William (1654-1700), of Old Durham, co. Dur.

    (1654-1700), of Old Durham, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham City Mar. 1679 Durham City 1681 Durham City 1690 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. regt. of Henry Cavendish (Earl of Ogle) 1673-4, (Duke of Newcastle) Oct.-Dec. 1688. Ofifces Held Freeman, Durham

    TEMPEST, William (1654-1700), of Old Durham, co. Dur.

    (1654-1700), of Old Durham, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham City July 1679 Durham City Mar. 1681 Durham City 1690 1695 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. Henry Cavendish† (Earl of Ogle) 1673–4, (Duke of Newcastle) Sept. 1688–Jan. 1689. Ofifces Held Commr.,

    TEMPEST, John (c.1623-97), of Old Durham, co. Dur. and Forcett, Yorks.

    (c.1623-97), of Old Durham, co. Dur. and Forcett, Yorks. Constituency Dates Durham County 21 June 1675 Durham County Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. co. Dur. July 1660-6, ?1674-96; commr. for oyer and terminer, Northern circuit July 1660, assessment, co. Dur.

    BOOTH, John (d.1705), of Hereford and Letton, Herefs.

    1688-d., commr. for assessment Sept. 1660-80, 1689-90, capt. of militia by 1663-Feb. 1688, sheriff 1685-6. Biography The Booths of Old Durham were a recognized branch of the great Cheshire family, but Booth himself does not appear in their pedigree, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, March 1662, 01 March 1662-31 March 1662

    receipt of the 18 months' assessment within the county of Durham, the King having appointed Col. John Tempest, of Old Durham, and William Blackiston, of Pittington, to be Receivers General of same. Ibid , pp. 214 5. A similar letter

    Entry Book, January 1686,15-31, 16 January 1686-30 January 1686

    p. 250. Same by same to the Commissioners of Excise and Hearthmoney of the petition of William Tempest of Old Durham for the place of Receiver of Excise and Hearthmoney in the [four ] Northern Counties loco John Basire, lately

    Volume G 250, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    Wearmouth accepted for 450 l .) 484 12 0 851 John Jackson, Harraton 436 14 7 853 John Tempest, Old Durham 305 9 0 855 John Fetherstonehalgh, Stanhope-in-Wardall 547 10 0 857 76, 77 . Nich. Woodhouse, Cornforth 20 0 Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 1669, 01 April 1669-30 April 1669

    what is sufficient for him. [1 pages. S.P. Dom., Car. II . 258, No . 76. ] April 1. Old Durham. Michael Tempest to Williamson. I must beg you to be mindful of my business, in order to obtaining his Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    422. Durdine , James, wool frauds, Kent, 1974. Durham , Anthony, draper, petition, 1083. Durham city , assizes, 657; Old Durham, 539. - bishop, 109, 1654, see Crewe, N. - bishopric, 804, 1103, 1111: Tenths, 972. - County, 29, 151,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days at Rugeley. Theinvitationwas not accepted. A man named Griffiths undertook to walk seven miles within one hour, at Old Durham, last week, and accomplished his extra- ordinary feat four minutes within the stipulated time. Lieutenant Hold, the commander of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the nearer foreground, and the hill covered with scattered stuntcd growths, tell out eEectively. Mr. Terris's "A Bit of Old Durham" is good in colour and crisp in handling, and the orange of the sunset mingling wvith the grays of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was for- nierly cmployed at Broomside Colliery. I-le was canvassed for his vote by M1r. Dakers, tile viewer of Old Durham Colliery, belonging to the Marquis of Londonderry. Ho told Mr. Dakers he was about to leave his work at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Beer and Wine Trade National Defence League was opened at the Old Durham Ox Hotel, Sheffield, on Tuesday. Mr. John Roclde, of London, the president of the league, occu- pied the chair; and 'Mr.L J.' Biidliart, of Leicester, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,u tr GPREAT SCARISBRIW1I CHAMPION COURSING ArEPTING. DRAW FOR THE GREAT SCARISBR1C1 C(HAMPION Mr. Sarratt's.Acland agat Mr, MuudrlI'a Tihe Old Durham OX Mr. M'oiter's .Moscow agst Mr. Thornhy's Handicraftsman Mr. Parkwood's Pershsre agst Mr;,Kerr's Moortlat Mr. Laurence's Cai forril, saget Subscribers-only content

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