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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Templar

    , Temple Newsam , Westerdale , and Whitley , and the manors of Alverthorpe and Etton , which, although possessing chapels, do not seem to have had preceptors. All these estates, with the exception of Faxfleet , Temple Hirst

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    small estates in Osgodby . The Knights Templars of Temple Hirst were given land there in the 13th century 68 and it was attached to the manor of Temple Hirst until the 20th century. 69 The rectorial tithes of Osgodby

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    -, w. of Rob., fam., Teasdale , Marm., vicar of Hemingbrough and curate of Barlby , Tempest , Francis, Temple Hirst (Yorks. W.R.) , Terrick , Sam., rector of Wheldrake , Terry , Jos., Teyll : Ant., Thos., fam., Thicket

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

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    69; yeoman Location: Brayton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Burn (Burne) : undefined Brayton (Brayton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Birkin (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Temple Hirst (Temple Hurst, Temple Hyrst, Templehurste) : township Location: The Holms (The Holmes) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised.


    (Hyrst) : undefined Unclear if Hirst Courtney or Temple Hirst is meantBirkin (Byrkken) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Byrom [Byrame] Role: witness Details: male; 32 Location: Birkin (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Temple Hirst (Temple Hyrst) : undefined Birkin (Byrkken) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, November 1592, 01 November 1592-30 November 1592

    the late Countess of Lennox, and withal a lease made of the herbages and pannages of Temple Newsam and Temple Hirst from the said Lady Lennox to one Walker, a scrivener, and an assignment of the same from the said

    Index, T

    260. Tedderis hills , see Louther. Teirone , see Tyrone. Tempest , Sir Richard, 394. Temple , Mr., 152. Temple Hirst (Templehurste) [Yorks. ] , 381 (2). Temple Newsam (Newsom) [Yorks. ] , 381 (2). Teringham , Sir Thomas, 249.

    Henry VIII, July 1536, 16-20, 16 July 1536-20 July 1536

    Mountjoy William; D'aubeny Henry; Christopher Id. Conyers of Hornby (entered 17 Jan. 25 Hen. VIII.); Thomas Id. Darcie of Temple Hirst; Mont-Egle; Sands of the Vyne, lord Chamberlain to the King; Vaux of Harrodoun, 19 Jan. 22 Hen. VIII. The

    Index, T

    1417 (3). -, -, letter from, 1211. -, Tristram, 522 (p. 212). Temple , Ric., g. 943 (4). Templehurst (Temple Hirst), Yorks., 104, 1017, 1048, 1080, 1086, 1139. -, letters dated at, 563 4, 566, 929 (1 iv., xi., 2),

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    -, -, of Danbury, 670, 767. -, Thomas, kt., keeper of Berwick, 210, 215, 958. -, -, -, of Temple Hirst, 913 (iii). -, -, lord Darcy, 414, 423, 459, 566, 568, 575, 605 (iv), 958. Darell , Darrell, Anastasia Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,J 01,2111 S31iTis, Button Park, Pontefract, farmer and maltster. T1roiiAs EDGARt Blaydon, Durham, mineral water manlufacturer. EDWIN lRlcliAnO HARRISON, Temple Hirst, Yorkshire, farmter. Itlmin~rtuT Boojir, Halifax and Yorkshire, cotton- doubler. 111, NI HUSO, William,, Road, Dewizbury. lately trading as a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stealng titercout seve. rat artIcles. 20. Jol/n Seorrer, for havissg been found In the Iouse of George Atkinson, of Temple Hirst, at one in the morning, with a burgla. rious intent. 51. Jo/hn Cuariesworti/, for killing and slaying Saint. Latham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    small gen- teel Family. For Particulars, inrquire of Mr. Cundall, Otley; or of the Ow ner. H ir. Marshall. Temple Hirst, near Snaith. VALUABLE BED of SAND STONE, AT V HEADINGLEY, TO LET, a verya valuable BED of SAND STONE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr. JoHN CASWEi.LL, Coal merch;tit, liti11. Same day, Aged S0, IISNNAi, relict of A1r. Tites. SCHOTliOR?, Hi of Temple Hirst. - Sauco dcy. suddenly, eget 52, Mir. TIsS. LUiTON, blackasmnitl, Westgate, Otley, Samlle day, deeply lancrnited, aged Si, lane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Copyhold Fart Pro- therof being held of the ilaalor of Temple Hirst, (that is toN ad- fiesrripi tion iiPs-oasertsusa tSlate of Ciltivatiesl. Tenure, Qieantity. oyd, IN TEMPLE HIRST. A. R. P. the All that Hessuage, Dwelling-Itosue, or Tenement, irem Subscribers-only content

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