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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Modeney

    the parish of Hilgay , about a mile southwest of the church, near the River Ouse , stood the small Benedictine priory of Modeney, which was a cell of the Huntingdonshire abbey of Ramsey . Nothing is known of its

    Parishes Chellington

    614 pasture and grass and 23 woods and plantations. 1 Chellington is separated from Harrold and Odell by the River Ouse , and here the land is liable to flood. The slope of the ground is irregular; the highest point

    Northstowe Hundred Northstowe Hundred 1845

    road from that borough to St. Neots (Hunts.) on the south and the river Ouse on the north. Horseshoe-shaped, it interlocks with Chesterton hundred, with which it may at some time before 1066 have formed a single unit. 1 The

    Parishes Wyton

    lying side by side with Houghton . Each is a strip with its narrow southern end based upon the River Ouse . Each has its houses grouped about the road from St. Ives to Huntingdon which traverses the southern part

    Parishes Oakley

    Okele (xiv cent.); Okley (xvi cent.). The parish of Oakley , bounded on three sides by the River Ouse , lies 4 miles north-west of Bedford . It has an area of 1, 7861/2 acres, of which 8831/2 are arable

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

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    CP.F.249

    Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Hawslyn' Participant: NicholasRawlin [Rawlyn] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Ouse (Use) : waterways Location: York : city Place(s): YorkThe Fish Landing (lez Fysshlendyng) : undefined

    CP.G.793

    Location: York (Yorke) : city Location: The Fleet Ing (The Fleete Inge) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Bishop Fields (Bishopfeldes) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Ouse (Watter of Use) : waterways

    CP.H.284

    Details: male Employment: notary public Location: York, All Saints (pavement) (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, All Saints (Pavement) (All Saintes upon the Pavemente) : ecclesiastical parish Location: River Ouse (Ouse) : waterways Location: York : city Place(s): YorkMicklegate (Micklgate) : street name

    CP.F.266

    parish Participant: JohnHunton [Hunton] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: South Kilvington (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): South Kilvington (Southkil) : ecclesiastical parish Location: River Ouse (aqua Use) : waterways Location: York : city Place(s): YorkSt Leonard's Landing (Saint Leonard Lending) : undefined

    CP.H.3562

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Tadcaster Bridge (Tadcaster Bridge) : undefined Location: Gilling (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Hartforth (Hartforth) : undefined Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Ouse (Owze) : waterways Location: East Bradenham (Norfolk) Place(s): East Bradenham (East Braddenham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Norfolk Location: Yorkshire,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELMSALL, William, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    by difficulties. In 1374 he entered a contract for the delivery of turves dug from the banks of the river Ouse at Hook, but his source of supply failed and he had to go to court for satisfaction. Five years

    BOWES, William (d.1439), of York.

    in 1418, shortly after he had discharged his first term as mayor, a porter who unloaded barges on the river Ouse was disciplined by the council of 12 for making slanderous remarks about him in public; and two years later

    SAVAGE, Robert (d.1399), of York.

    from lawbreakers Mar. 1382; of gaol delivery, York castle Feb. 1384; oyer and terminer Apr. 1388 (obstructions to the river Ouse). Ofifces Held J.p. York 4 Dec. 1385-c. Oct. 1392. Ofifces Held Mayor of the Calais Staple by 1 July

    CONSTABLE, Sir Robert (c.1353-1400), of Flamborough, Yorks.

    Howden), Dec. 1395 (wreck at Bridlington); sewers Jan. 1383; oyer and terminer Apr. 1388, May 1390 (obstructions to the river Ouse). Ofifces Held Assessor of a tax, Yorks. (E. Riding) May 1379; collector Dec. 1384. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Yorks. 20

    HOLME, Thomas (d.1406), of York.

    Thomas grew impatient over the latter’s delays and evasions, and seized one of his ships at anchor in the river Ouse. He claimed, with apparent justice, that since it then lay within the city bounds the vessel was, quite legitimately,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Air Faolkoer, one of the Managers of the York Theatre: he was found drowned on Saturday week in the river Ouse. OnO the 3d inst. Robert Louis Willoughby, Esq. of the Audit Office. On the 5th inst. at Blackheath, John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davis, justices of the peace, on the body of the above gentleman, which had been taken out of the River Ouse, on the same morning. It appeared that the deceased, on the preceding morning, was returning home on horseback with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the previous failures have been the cause of those at Marseilles.-Globe. A most melancholy accident has occurred in the river Ouse at Turn Head, near Selby, by which three lives were lost-a mother in the bloom of life and her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forger writing with a knowledge of the present roads would make such a' statement; but in those days the river Ouse took a circuitous course from St Germains, near to Tilney-cum-Islington (where there was a ferry), to Lynn; and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning by the information that, during the previous night, tile body of Mr Nicholson had been found in the river Ouse. Deceased was a director and auditor of the York and North Midland Railway; he was also brother-in-law to Mr Subscribers-only content

 

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