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    Index, S, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    See Zouche. Sowerby , Cumb. See Temple Sowerby. Sownd . See Sound. Sownlaycote or Sownley Cote , Yorks. See Sunley Court. Sowter Cross , in Scotland, near Ecclefechan, II. 237 (2). Sowthby , Ric. See Southby. Sowthcote . See Southcote. British History Online

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    1 and 2. Go. Hiebron, Iilvington, Thiceir. Four-year-old huoitng gelding or filly, C. Itosc, lalten ; 2, LV Drossn, Sunley Court; 3, A. J. Brown, Noith Elinsoht Hall. Eive-year.old hunting gelding or filly, C. Rosa 2. T., i. Darrell, West Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Mr. A. J. Brown's 'representatives; Schoolboy, belonging to Mr. Rhodes Waterhouse, Skellow, Doncaster; Kildare, a magnificent brown from Sunley Court, Kirbymoorside; Recorder, from Manor House, Copmantborpe, York; and Tootie Wagtail r., owned by Mr. Frank Goodson, Temple Bruer, Grantham. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    followinig had become mnes.. bers by ailual subscription :-Mr. E. W. Beckett, M.P.. Kirkstall Grange, Leeds; Mr. Win. Brown. Sunley Court, Kfirbvinoorside; Mr. J. MI. Haden, Old Park Milis, Sheffield; Mir. Richard Harrison, Grinicston Lodge, Tadoaster- the Rev. S. Greenwood, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    stone. IN Lt There were eleven entries, and ten entered the ring. The only absentee was Mr. W. Brown, Sunley Court, Kirby- M Lmoorside, Pickering, with Sinnington, a gelling which, if p it (we mistake not, stood second in his Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    four-year-old chestnut, which has gained one or two prizes at local shows, and which belongs to Mr. William Brown, Sunley Court, Kirbymoorside, was preferred before Le Premier. The latter had to be content with the third place. Animals that had Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    G. Scoby (Beadlama), Richardeon (Salton, G. Frank, W. Frank (Kirkbymoorside), W. Muzzeen (Douthwaite), J. Fetch, Ellerby (Salton), J. Brown (Sunley Court), John Foxton, C. Harrison G. Martin (Muscoates), Smith (Helmsley), T. Ellorby, Harding (Sinnington), A. Wood, Edward Coverdale, Peacock, Winopoar, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gelding, bred by exhibitor ; a Martyrdom, d by Grand- master, k d by Blaok Boy. 2 William Brown, Sunley Court, Klrbymoorslde, Blnglet, chestnut, bred by Mr Joseph Smith, South Holme ; ■ Conductor, d by Presi- dent Jim. 3 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gelding, bred by exhibitor ; s Martyrdom, d by Grand- master, g d by Black Boy. 2 William Brown, Sunley Court, Kirbymooralde, Ringlet, chestnut, bred by Mr Joseph Smith, South Holme ; s Conductor, d by Presi- dent Jim. 3 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Haroine, Rieveaulx, Poekley, Bea.ilam. Nawtoii, Kirk dale, Ryedale, : Wombleton, Skiplam, Welburn. Welburn and Skiplam, Fad- s moor, Oillamoor, Sunley Court, Museoates, Kirkby Moorside, ■ Keldholme, Sinnington, Litile Edston, Edston, Great Edstou, • I Appleton-le-Aloor, Lastingham, Hutton-le-Uole, Middlcton, ■ J Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Sproxton, Harome, j Rieveaulx, Pockley, Beadlam, Nawton, Kirkdale, Ryedale, Woinbletou, Skiplam, Welburn, Welburn and Skiplam, Fad- -1 moor, Gillamoor, Sunley Court, Muscoates, Kirkby Moorside, ! Keldholme, Sinnington, Little Edston, Edstou, Great Edstou, I Appleton-le-Moor, Lastingham, Huttor-le-tlole, Middleton, , Wrelton, Aislaby, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    garden at Kirk- bey Sigston, whidi entered hi* head and was with dif- ficulty withdrawn. On Tuesday week, at Sunley Court, near Kirkhv Moorside, in her ft? A year. Mrs. A. Crown, widow. She had been many years a Methodist Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hartas, Sinniugtou Grange. Three entries. Best ladles' pony, under 14} bands, £1 10s; second, 16s - 1, W. Brown, Sunley Court; 2, J. Kitcbiug, Pickering. Commended- H. W. Berwick, Helmsley. Fifteen entries. Best pony under 13 hands, £1; second, 10s.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    B_ it two-year old hunting gelding, £2 ; aecond, £I - l, W. Muzeen, Southolr ne ;2, W. Brown, Sunley Court. Best two-year old hunting filly, £1 10s ; aecond, 15s - 1, W. Cooke, Fryton ; 2, S. Kirby, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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