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You searched for: Place: Biggins, Date from: 1775-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Kirkby Lonsdale

    The next benefactor was Dame Elizabeth Curwen, 3 relict of Sir Nicholas Curwen and heiress to Thomas Carus of the Biggins, who on 4 March, 1609/10, conveyed to the Governors a messuage and tenement called the School-house 4 and three

    Salmon - Sykes

    St Peter Cheap, 1681, Gutter Lane, 1684, St Vedast, 1684 1691, St Stephen Walbrook, 1693, 1697, Dyers Court, Aldermanbury, 1704, Biggins, Croydon, Surr (2) MT (3) b 1655, bur 11 Jul 1707, St Vedast, from Aldermanbury, "a stranger" (4) Will

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUA~TIONS VACAN~T (coned). t~a as'Oi'Oid n 0swomt Sdals; mustebe¶ Ft '$2!' ~ etevt-te. F.l.Sadlc. 43 and 47, Ca;r- - t-ni , lain C~iWork;aousioa ti-,,st Jmi toDci~r ficoaods n n, LiD s-if d I~~~~ca ,i-rtot ti'rnetre-Ats. A 54.53, ioi~i'Y Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP PR EFAMI ADYERTZEMEN2'8. For conseculive insertions of the classes of small Advertise~ments particularised. below the follow. ing are the pr'epaid charges: 16words Once Od. 17 to 32 words, Once is. Od. Ditto, TFilee ir;- Ditto. Three. Iuser- tions- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    able to leave Niottingham Hospital for his home in Derbyshire. The will de'd codicil ot; Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson, of The Biggins, Kirthby Lonti ale, has just been proved in the Carlisle District Reegistry. T he gross value of the personal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Wakefield markhets lespectively, during the six months ending the 24th December, 1861, ishichs has beel furnished by Mr. Tmupector Biggins, who attends Wakefield market weekly for the puI-)OS0 of taking the mnsnl-er of cattle andl 51)001) oulured for sale. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wild deck thooting, end waa found dead in a hex reel; waal used to conceal rianeolf front the birds. Jcsqta Biggins, asaon of deceaaed, ishoweri that thoyweltfroml 110 about one o'clock on tlrat day, nerd got into tliacr ralm about Subscribers-only content

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