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    through Shipton Moor , where it is joined by Chapmans Lane and Amblers Lane, forming four distinct cross roads. Shipton Grange and Hall Farm stand rather isolated in the centre of the parish, with Cross Lanes Farm further north. Skelton Victoria County History

    Shipton Shipton Hall

    89 buildings were of stone or stone and timber framing. Shipton Hall Cottages (two) were added in 1937 , Shipton Grange Cottages (two) in 1946 , and six council houses c . 1956. 90 New House , an isolated farm Victoria County History

    Henry VIII, March 1543, 26-31, 01 March 1543-31 March 1543

    (2) le Little Orte called le Orte Landes, (3) a meadow of 6 acres between the Great Meade and Shipton Grange, (4) a meadow called Brokenburgh, (5) the chapel at Caversham Bridge with a rood of meadow adjoining, (6) 7 British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 11.3O. FITzlHAsnDiNoGs& (Loni.).-Friday, Woodford Green; Saturday, The Kennels, at 10.4G. HEnvrUno.-This day, Tar Wood1 Friday, -Byford; Satl- day, Shipton Grange, at 12. Leiaiultv. - This day. Stanley lm £ griday, hleadou Green, at 10.4G. PYT1e11,11Y (Ail". NXAVLos s).-This day, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COV-ENr2 Y'S (ELAsL o0').-Thig day, Baleer's U111 Gate, at 11.30. FsITzsIArMNoL'S (Lorv).-This day. The Kennels, at 10.45, letr~sesor.-Tlis day, Shipton Grange, at 12. LeseDuer.Y.-Mondav,, Duke of York,; Wcdnesday, flIcot Side bar ; Fridlay, M'estminster Aris, at 10.45. LUDLOWV.-Tssesday. Wigmore Knolls: Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. JosePH SYtts, grocer, Oxford-street, Ran- i to chester. I to Sante day, aged 72, Mr. JOsEPH CuAsPr1AN, of Shipton Grange, near ens. York. 011, Same day, aged 40, Mr. JAMEs HoYLE, tea dealer, Bedfosd-lerraces .ke0. Hliafax. the Otl the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BEA5J. prem mer FLTeOUcR, Esq., Of Haigh Heuss, near Wigan. the Same day, aged 72, Air. Joscym CHAPMAN, of Shipton Grange, near and York. r r. OunWedneeday work, aged 70, Mr. Jons DIsCKINeSON, tailor, Solby, 9Br lats clerk at the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    master mariner, Whiliby. DAWSON-CAujit.-Dec. 24ttt at St. Johii'e church, Feoiwick. by the Rev. Mr. Law, Mr. John Dawson, farmer, Shipton Grange, near Yorkh, to Ann Mary, eldest daughiter of Mir. Winl. Carn', farmer, of- Mloss near Astern. DEAN-Ii iuOTsox.-Dec. 24th, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    £fj l9k «■* Novehbxb, 1845 ; after that time all other claims will be void. JOSEPH CHAPMAN, Executor, 1 Shipton Grange. ELEGANT' * ilORERN HOUSEHOLD I JfcBHITUKE. M^lumnJMHfeCft ¥AYL i2w£l? SELL by AUcfiSS, en TUESDAY and WEDNB8? DAY, the lltb Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    G. Anderson, of Shipton (the secretary); Mr. Barker, of Dunnington ; Mr. Esbelby, of Aldwark ; Mr. Chapman, of Shipton Grange; Mr. l.owther, of Lawns; Mr. R. Hawking, of Newbrou_;h ; Mr. Batty, of Toller- ton ; Mr. H. Burton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -On Tuesday, Dec, 24th, at St. Jain', churc , Fenwick, by tbe Rev. Mr. Law, Mr. John Dawson, farmer, Shipton Grange, near York, to Ann Miry, eldest daughter of Mr. William Carr, fanaea- Moss, near Askern. Kabbah aw- Mason. - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    late Mr. W. Moorbouse, of Sandal I, near Doncaster, to Miss S. Dickinson, niece to Joseph Chapman, Esq., ot Shipton Grange. Mulligan- Hall- On Sunday, the 22nd inst., at the Catholic chapel, Yarmouth, by the Rev. F. Daniels, Mr. Edmund Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    year of his age, Mr. John Chap- man, cheesemonger, Piuimree- street. London, sou of Mr. W illiam Chapman, of Shipton Grange, near York. He endured the painful afflictions of a lingering eighteen months' illness, with the greatest meekness and Christian Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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