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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, Undated documents temp. Elizabeth, 01 January 1560-31 December 1602

    l .; Beale, 20 l .; Midleton, 6 l . 13 s . 4 d .; Ancrofte, 20 l .; Barmoor, 6 l . 13 s . 4 d .; Pawston, 12 l .; Dichunte, 8 l .; George Shaftoe, Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, April 1645, 01 April 1645-30 April 1645

    the prosecution, and waited five years. Note that they cannot be relieved, as Kingsmill was discovered before. Sir George Muschamp, Barmoor, Northumberland, and Gilbert, Lady Muschamp, his Widow. 10 April 1645. Vol. A No. or p. P.E. 196 223 PASS Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    Barlow , Francis, letter from, 1119. -, Mr., 1000 (10), 1116 (3), 1150 (3), 1274 (7), 1277 (3), 1335 (1). Barmoor , the Laird of, 289 (6). Barnaby , Mr. John, 152, 175 (1), 239, 303 (13), 848 ( 3).

    Index, B

    , , Assay Master, 636 (2), 644 (3). Barkley , 1007. Bar-le-Duc (Meuse), 619 (7). Barlemont , M., 21 (1). Barmoor , , Mastyan (Muschamp?), Laird of, 570 (2), 812 (8). Barnaby , see Barnesby. -, (a name assumed by

    Index, M

    907. Muscovy , the Duke of, 859, 941. Musselborough , 101 (1), 164 (4), 273 (1, 2), 274 (4). Mustyan , , (Muschamp?) see Barmoor, Laird of. Mustyans [Muschamps ] , the, of Northumberland, 705 (2). Myne , see Minas.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lastingham Darley of Spaunton . Gules six fleurs de lis argent with a border ermine .

    now forms with Rosedale Eastside the parochial chapelry of Rosedale . 4 Yoadwath, Oxclose , Doughtwaite Dale , Lund , Barmoor and Lingmoor are hamlets near Hutton-le-Hole . The area of this widely scattered moorland parish, now covering 10,000 acres,

    Parishes Great Marlow

    272 Bormers is marked as a farm on a m ap dated 1796, 273 but the name is now spelt Barmoor . The most important item of the hospital's estate in Great Marlow consisted of three mills called Gosenham Mills,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14th isst., at St. Mary Abbott5. Eee of sington, Francisi'Lowrey, only surviving sn ot the late Wileam ce ILowroy, of Barmoor, Northumberland to Mlrie do In Doires tbirdda ughter of J. Wlitworth Show, ot Birminibath- 2i Eci urd to Szjcrr-PitrnsoN.--On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    northern sile of Red Hill, between Wellesbourne and Loxley, a larce entrenchment in Oakley Wood, and a perfect camp in Barmoor Wood, near Olavordon. The Anglo-Saxon graves exhumed last week belong to a later period, and, strangely enough, were found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedfordl; J. J. Dunniugtort Jefterson. fhioji-Lt j' York. Earl of Lathom, Lathoin HTouse, OrInoo az,, Lai: cashiro; E. W. Meads-Waldo. Barmoor Lazz!- - N~orthumfberland ; H. J. Sheldoni, Brailesjlonise.oi sa on-Stout; William Trethewvy, 'X.ose7 1J'oicC-. wall. - SHIRE HOu.SE SOCIETY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dragoons, eldest son ol Sir Win. CUrtis, Bare. Same day, in Lendon. HARRIE, wife of FBIANUIS SlTWELL, Eq., of of Barmoor Oaotle, Northsomberttrnd. tie Same day, at Sidmouth, Devonshiro, aged 6s, JANE, relict of Ad- miral HENRY FOirs,. in Some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Ninkan's church. Wooler, IWilliam Kilvington Jackson. Esq., of Yaerm, to Jane Middleton, ,d seconddaughter of Oherlee Salsbury, Eert., of Barmoor. Northcum- NOReWOOn- TwceB.-Feb. lith, at 'Wrestlingworth, Redifordishise. by the Rev. W. C. Twinse, rector, ascleted icy the Rev. G. Subscribers-only content

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