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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1578

    William Ingleby, esq., William Staveley, esq., and Richard Staveley, gent. William, Ld. Ewyre Manors of Oldmalton, Newemalton, Ayton, Barlebye, and Baldersdale, and 200 messuages, 100 cottages, 4 watermills, and 2 windmills with lands in the same and in Barlebyeholme, Wykam,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1541-45

    Studley Roger, Catton, Skypton, Thormondbye, Allerton, Fyrthbye near Bedall, Exilby, Pygarsgyll, Ellyngton, Fyrthbye near Massh[a ] m, Agilthorpe, Strafton, Northalerton, Baldersdale, Kepwyke, Scabbed Newton, Lemyng, Newton Morall, Starton, Norton near Malton, Sutton, Kyrkby in Crendaillythe, Dugleyby, Multhorpe, Thoreby, Westlutton, Estlutton,

    Index of places

    , 103. Baisdell , 120. Balbie , 152, 190. Balby , 97. Balbye , 52, 72, 143. Balderby , 79. Baldersdale , 122. Baledon als . Bayldon , 90. Balke , 71. Balkholme , 2, 137. Balne , 39, 101,

    Index of places

    132. Bal by , 18, 26. Balbye , 122, 217. Balcome , 327. Baldersby , 95. als . Bawderby, 189. Baldersdale , 115. Baldye , 146. Baledon , 338, 365. Balkeholme , 218. Balkholme , 12, 197. Balkhome , 70,

    Index, B, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    . See Backwell. Balaham , Alex., g. 282 (22). Balams . See Balham. Balande , Nic., p. 543. Balder Dale (Baldersdale) , Yorks., p. 565. Balderston , Lanc., g. 942 (38). Baldesley , Salop, g. 831 (36). Baldock , Herts,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and plans reduiied for the d erection of that portion of' the 1870 scheme as will corm- plete it from Baldersdale; and so as to ascertain the D' opinions of the Corporations on the above resolution, i resolved that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in reference to "the origin and derivation of. the name Balderston "::- The plac--asames Balderston (Lancashire). Baldarfon (Notts), Baldershy ant Baldersdale (Yorkshire), Bald- raugham (Northamptonshire), Baldernock (Stirlin g), &c., and the surname Baldeiron, are generally supposeea to be derived from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very small, but with favourable weather there !ot will be a good crop. IThin is required. Sheap-clipping in ar, Lunedale, Baldersdale, and throughout the lower lying iln parts of Teesdale, has been completed, and the' fleeces tce are of an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ewes 7d. to 7id., and Scotch wool from 4d. to 5d. per lb. The clips froms the moors, and from Baldersdale, Lunieoile, raid toe upper reaches of the Tees arn expecte-d to i-eachi the. etaplers' hands by next market. WxnawTrtoT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rnosaldlcirk, and to officiate in the Chbapel of Ease of St. Cuchbert, N Cottorstone, and in the mission school at Baldersdale, fi bosh in the same parisb; the R1ev. T. Laxp(rg to St. Stephen. Bowling; the Rev. J. S. Robertehaw Subscribers-only content

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