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You searched for: Place: "Old Felton"

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, April 1586, 01 April 1586-30 April 1586

    Complains Thomas Carr of Old Felton upon Lanes Hall of Heyveseid and Andrew Rutherford of Little Houghton, that they and their accomplices about midsummer 1585 had stolen and received of his, out of Old Felton, 4 oxen, done against the Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    be guilty of Russell's death, 394; put to the horn, 579. Sir Thomas: See Farnyhurst, Laird of. Thomas (of Old Felton): complaint of, 322. William (of Ancrum), enmity between Foster, & c., and, 127; allegations against, 139; thought to be Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, F

    Lancs., 179. Feltham alias Felthams, co. Norfolk, manor of. 313. Felton , co. Northumberland, 417. See also Little Felton; Old Felton. Felton , Thomas, Master of the Hawks, 287. Fenn (Fen), Nicholas, trustee of the Duchess of Monmouth, 218, 219.

    Warrants etc, August 1698, 1-10, 02 August 1698-10 August 1698

    late Jno. Gray's 0 2 0 " lands in Highamdike late Rich. Mitforth's 0 2 0 " lands in Old Felton late Jno. Lisle's 0 4 0 " lands in Thornton late William Fenwick's 0 6 8 Chantry Lands of

    Index of persons and Places, N, O

    Haragh), Sir Charles, issue for, 64; regiment of fuziliers of, 172. Old Bylandcote , co. York, tenement called, 195. Old Felton , co. Northumberland, 420. Old Grange , Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380. Old Grynsey harbour , Scilly Islands, 392.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ACTON, Laurence (d.1410), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    Chamber). Biography Acton came from the cadet branch of a distinguished Northumbrian family which occupied estates at Acton and Old Felton from the early 13th century onwards. He was by no means the first of its members to play a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the largest in England. SiEIous ElFFECT OF THE CATTLE PLAGUE AT FELrow.-The farm belonging to Mr. Mather, of Old Felton, has been visited by the cattle plague, by which he has lost no less than twenty-five head of Irish Subscribers-only content

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