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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Charities

    selection of the 12 inmates. The hospital was endowed by the founder in 1717 and 1729 with lands at Thorpe Willoughby (W.R.) and Cawood (W.R.) which produced £50 yearly in 1823 . 90 This was sold in 1956 , after

    Index L - Z

    at, 98. Thorp Arch (W.R.), 318 n , 319, 436. Thorpe , Ant., 535; John, 361; W. H., 406. Thorpe Willoughby (W.R.), 425. thread , see textiles. Thurbrand the Hold , 14, 15. 'Thurbrand's House' , 14. Thurgrim (fl. 11th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rag merchant. BANKIRUPTs. J. W. JOLUIFFE, yde, builder. . JAMES, Edgbastou, commission agent. ie, Great Dalby, Innieeper. Lie Elder, Thorpe Willoughby, tailor. rs, Sowerby, mrlic seller. ,nd G. TWEBIDDALE, Sheffield, coal mercbnntn %rarvon, auctioneer. verpool, ironmnonger. Birmingham, gun barrel forger. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also be held. J9ItN LEE, I I lie~e lerk to thes Trustees of th~ xald: Regld. SALES. BY AUCTION. THORPE WILLOUGHBY AND HANIBLETON.-By Messrs. LUMB, at the Hmude of Air. M'Gregor, the Petre'd Arms Inn, Selby, itn the- County of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or DWELLING- A -HOUSE. inowoccupledas a Public-llouse, and known the Sign of the Old i-oc,-Sitatet fin the .Towiiship oft Thorpe Willoughby, and. Parish of Blrayton, ne-ar Selby aforesaid, tIsd adjoining upon the Leeds and Selby Turnpike L Itoadi, wit I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 7 Boril 7R ltyher-euons-0en8- Gowdall 4 Gateforth. 7 dike 18 Hleek 6 Olambletoln 11 Lead S Hensall 7 'Thorpe Willoughby 8 Selh y 83 [40o1ce 12 Cawoed 29IN' Wltew16 Palllttgton 1 2 (Iainblesforth Iii Adlingleet 8 Rloveliffe 22 Drax Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or into the several Parishes, Townships, and Extra-Parochial to Places following, or some of them, that is to say.:-Brayton. Thorpe Willoughby, Ilamnbleton, West Haddlesey, Chapel Haddlesey. Temple tHurst. Hurst Courtney, Ituril. Gate- ie forth, Barlow, Selby, Camblesforthi, Drax, Long Drax,' Subscribers-only content

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