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  • * British History Online *

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    Thomas, Bart., ii. 1435, 1438. William, ii. 301, 469, 666. of St. Christopher's, London, i. 795, 872, 1191. Willimontswyke near Beltingham (Nillemondswich), co. Northumberland, ii. 630. Willimot , Willimott. See Wilmot. Willingham (Wittingham, Wivelingham), co. Cambridge, ii. 131, 978, 1428.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    k ca of £1,0800; and there wast £530. gone in law expanies.-?d. Bowen was questione1 on this statement by Mr Beltingham. w o said 7.vbat he had to complain of,was that the debtor did not at, p when he could Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. Pereeval is seven months advanced irk a state of pregnancy. The Sheriffs, accompanied by several other gentlemen, visited Mr. Beltingham yreterday morn- ing, and found him nearly an the same state of n ind naonTuesday; butoneriteringintoconversztiopswirh lhim respecting the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sen., South crescent, rs e, dentist Thomas Pellow Hoseasoia, Castle stre gReetstreet Jhatrhew Deacan, Richmsond, Yorkshie, M an romahs Snaithl, Beltingham, Noltonlsuiserland, l Crmer TBharoasC ClieS Said ,ar}'esdiigton place, Iasate phorlnere Georges Grogani, Norflk street, Liverpool, laborer William Carbine, Bachelor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heavy showers of hail and rain, for nearly three hours, that the oldest person can remember.' Two mowers, working near Beltingham, in the parish of Haltwhistle, ran to a house for shelter, but were scarcely sat down before one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. George Bellamy, incumbent of Charles' Chapel, Plymouth, has just been appointed by the Admi- ralty to the parish of Beltingham, in Northumberland, worth about 300/. a year, with a residence. The incum- bency of Charles' Chapel, which is in Subscribers-only content

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