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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stranton

    is connected with Seaton Carew by Brierton Lane . On the coast of the parish to the south of West Hartlepool lie Seaton Carew and Seaton . At present they are two distinct townships, Seaton Carew lying within the municipality

    Parishes Grindon

    of Blakiston was among the freeholders in 1684 . 79 Thomas and Musgrave Davison conveyed land here and in Seaton Carew to John Porrett in 1715 . 80 A private act obtained in 1718 -19 freed this land from the

    Parishes Hart

    Robert Chilton , jun., were among the freeholders in 1684 . 45 William Chilton had land here and in Seaton Carew in 1731 . 46 No manorial rights in Dalton Piercy are mentioned after 1569, when the manor appears to

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    See Hurworth in Kelloe Parish , and Tunstall in Stranton Parish. Pat. 17 Eliz. pt. xi, m. 1. See Seaton Carew in Stranton Parish. Dur. Rec. cl. 3, R. 48, m. 19. a Roger Ratcliff was the tenant, under a

    Parishes Redmarshall

    for 2 s . The forge was outside their tenure and was not arrented. A native living away at Seaton Carew paid 5 s . to the lord. There were eight exchequer tenements rendering from 2 d . to 12

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    12 d. 2 1/2 Durham . The Mannor of Stranton Newborne Rowe, and the Moyetie of the Mannor of Seaton Carew , per Ann. 178 12 10 } Derby . The Mannor of Greatover, Littleover , and Fynderne,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have not only been ex- ceedingly numerous, but in several instances involved the loss of all on board. Between Seaton Carew and Hartlepool the damage occasioned in the course of Sunday was enormous. No fewer than fifteen vessels were driven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preston, Stroud.-J. Ward, Penistone, Yorkshire, surgeon. [Dunning and Kay, Leeds.-J. Comon, Macclesfield, butcher. (Slater and Heels, Manchester.-T. E. Pearson, Seaton Carew and West Hartlepool, merchant, [Griffith and Crighton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Dividensd.-Feb. 13, E. Short, Blandford Forum, horse dealer-Feb, 13, G. BaseLe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    different points of the coast of the United Kingdom:-Bcrviclc-on-Tweed: Northumberland- Boulmer, Alnmouth, Ilaulcey, Newbiggin, and Cullercoats; Durham -Whithurn and Seaton Carew: Yorkslcire -Filey, Dridlington. and Hornsea; Suffolk-Lowestoft, Pakefield Southwold, Thorpeness, and Aldboroagh; Kent-Waliner, Dover, and Dcugeness; Sussex-Cam. ber, Rye Eaetbourne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    different points of the coast of the United Kingdom: - Berwick-on-Tweed. Northumberland-Boulmer, Alnmouth, Haux- ley, Newbiggin, Cullercoats. Durham-Saltburn, Whitburn, Seaton Carew. Yorkshire-Middlesborough, Redcar, Filey, Bridlington, Hornsea. Norfolk-Cromer, Mundesley, Bacton, Palling, Wintertou, Caister, Yarmouth. Suffolk - Lowestoft, Pakefield, Southwold, Thorpeness, Aldborough. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hartlepools. The pro. moters of the movement liberally add to their boundaries a pretty wide and populous district-Stainton, Seaton Carew, Greatham, Hart, and some other places. TE:i SCOTCH REFORM Ban.-The Edinburgh News says: We have every reason to believe Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1623/5

    Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1623 - 1623 People & Places Participant: Randulf Hutton [Hutton] Role: appellant Details: male Participant: RobertJohnson [Johnson] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Stranton (Durham) Place(s): Seaton Carew(Seaton Carew) : undefined

    TRANS.CP.1669/4

    Kelloe (Durham) Place(s): Wingate Grange (Wingate Grange) : undefined Participant: MargaretDodgson [Dodshon] Role: appellate Details: female Location: Aycliffe (Durham) Place(s): Aycliffe (Aickliffe) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Stranton (Durham) Place(s): Stranton (Stranton) : ecclesiastical parish Seaton Carew (Seaton Caren) : undefined

    CP.H.5598

    executor Details: female; wife of Christopher Mickleton, deceased Location: Stranton (Durham) Place(s): Stranton (Stranton, Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Seaton Carew(Seaton Carew) : undefined Location: Newborn Row (Newborne Rowe) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Monk Hesleden (Durham) Place(s): Monk Hesledon

    TEST.CP.1856/4

    On Tees (Stockton) : borough Dinsdale (Durham) Dinsdale Retreat (Dinsdale Retreat) : undefined A lunatic asylum Stranton (Durham) Seaton Carew(Seaton Carew) : undefined Middleton St George (Durham) Middleton One Row (Middleton One Row) : undefined Gate Helmsley (YorkshireNorthRiding) Gate

 

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