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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Thornton Dale Forz. Gules a cross paty vair . Cholmley. Gules a sheaf or with two steel helms in the chief .

    opposite it is the rectory. A short distance to the west on the south of the main road is Thornton Hall , the property of Capt. Hill , who possesses some valuable local manuscripts. A capital messuage, water-mill and fulling-mill

    Protestant Nonconformity

    wing survived until c . 1950,( 8 ) and it was replaced by Thornton Hall in 1909 .( 3 ) Great Thornton Street , Thornton Hall : opened by the Wesleyans in 1909 on the site of the earlier chapel;(

    Parishes Thornton

    Thomas Sheppard made a settlement of the manor. 138 In 1809 he was made a baronet as Sheppard of Thornton Hall . 139 His elder son William Thomas (who had assumed the name of Sheppard-Cotton by royal licence in 1799

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) Church, advowson and charities

    the trustees. The four inmates must now be widows. A rent-charge of 1 s . 111/2 d . from Thornton Hall , Ingleton , is the only part left of the old endowments. There are now fourteen inmates, of whom

    Townships Thornton

    times there have been three divisions: Thornton , in the centre, with 2,112 acres; Stanah , in which is Thornton Hall , 1,427 acres, and Fleetwood , 2, 8481/2 acres; in all 6, 3871/2 acres, including tidal water. 2 The

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

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    CP.H.4654

    [Tempest] Role: undefined Details: male; esquire Location: Brawsswell (Brawsswell) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): Bradford, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding) Thornton Hall(Thornton Hall) : habitation Bradford Dale (Bradforddayle) : undefined Participant: Gregory Waterhouse [Waterhouse] Role: undefined Details: male; gentleman Location: Bradford,

    TEST.CP.1784/8

    defence proctor Details: male Participant: IsaacGascoign [Gaskin] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Employment: Joiner Location: Thornton (Buckinghamshire) Place(s): Thornton Hall(Thornton Hall) : undefined Participant: JohnGascoign [Gaskin] Role: witness Details: male; 54; Husband of Sarah Gascoign, co-witness Employment: Joiner Location:

    CP.G.3483

    : rural deanery Location: Lancashire Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Westby Hall (Westby Hall) : habitation Location: Lancashire Place(s): Thornton Hall(Thornton Hall) : habitation Location: Bradford, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bradford (Bradforde) : town Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILL, John (c.1690-1753), of Thornton Hall, nr. Malton, Yorks.

    (c.1690-1753), of Thornton Hall, nr. Malton, Yorks. Constituency Dates Higham Ferrers 1747 3 July 1753 Ofifces Held Commr. of customs 1723-47; gov. Scarborough castle 1744-d. Biography John Hill, whose family bought the manor of Thornton in 1669, was appointed a

    TEMPEST, Richard (1534-83), of Bowling and Bracewell, Yorks.

    and namesakes living in 1572-Richard of Tong, son of Henry Tempest of Tong by Ellen Mirfield, and Richard of Thornton Hall in Bradford Dale. It is easy to confuse the careers of the three, but the parliamentary return is explicit

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stand by the advertisement, I cordially agree as to its object. I remain yours faithfully, "CHARLS snw. "Mr. Carpenter. "Thornton Hall, Stony StbEtford, March 22, 14S3. Slr,-Having just received the printed circalar for the meeting to be held to-morrow at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is arranged to take place in April between Mr. Charles Tyrrell Cavendiab, second son of the Hon. HRichard Cavendish, Thornton Hall, Bucks, and Miux Dicklnson, eldest- daughter of Mr. Robert Dclkinson, Shortley House, county of.Durham; I. I * The appsoaohing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14, 1S74, of the l-lon. 1tichrd Cavendishi, late of Thornton Hall, Bucks, and of Crakeoarlsh, Steffordslcir3, who died oil Miarch 18 last, wore proved on the 20th inst., by Francis Noel Miunldy, the son-in-law ; Richard Cotton Cavendish, the seon; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    voto of thanks was pa4ssed to them for their conduct in the matter. s Whilst illr. Herbert Peel, of Thornton Hall, weS out hunting with the Duke of Grafton's hounds on Friday, the lact day of die keason, he met Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be received in Birmingham with great regret of the supposed suicide of the Rev. Herbert Richard Peel, of Thornton Hall, near Buckingham, and formerly rector of Handsworth, near Birmingham. The rev. gentle- !man, whose health has lately been unsatisfactory, Subscribers-only content

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