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  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (East Ward), All Saints', Orton

    1 Willm. Jon 5 Hugh Ford 1 Lanc. Thwaites 2 Willm. Robinson 1 Robert Dente 1 James Davy 1 Robt. Biglands 1 Edward Whitehead 2 Edward Bland 1 Thomas Bland 1 Henry Bland 1 John Gibson 1 William Cowley 2

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1581, 01 February 1581-28 February 1581

    cap; Robert Browne, Adam Tengat, William Barne, la.; Thomas Barne, sp.; Robert Drap, bow, ar.; Robert Clarke, John Maison, Jo. Biglands, sp., caps; James Howie, sp.; John Maison, la.; William Tyffin, bow, ar.; John Scot, la.; Jo. Tiffin, Thomas Pearson, Subscribers-only content


    in Devonshire, 1790; Captain Edward Audley, 1723; Captain Christopher Keble, 1723; Richard Bigland, Esq. of the ancient family of the Biglands of Lancashire, 1724; Maria his wife, daughter of George Errington, of Benwell in Northumberland (descended from the Babingtons), 1736;

    Henry VIII, May 1541, 26-31, 26 May 1541-31 May 1541

    Wynskales, Blenke rn, Nittwhayte, Mylborne, Lonthawyte, Skerwithe, Stripingholme, Skaling, Ulesbye, Tymperon, Staneton, Commersdaill, Mekelthwayte, Bassingthwayte, Terrybyfeld, Warwyke, Aglonby, Banton, Stoddom, Biglands, Knottecastell, Harnegyll, Gylcrux, Bekernet, Ellerbeck, Pullayke, Deyn, Docwraye, Welmerbye, Terrybye, Blake hall, Nelehouses, Penruddock, Wampold, Knochoberd, Bukabanke, Orton, Corkeby,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARCOP, Robert (d.c.1439), of Warcop, Westmld.

    the Westmorland bench on 28 Nov. 1439, and continued to hold office on and off until his own death, 25 years later. The younger Robert became mayor of Appleby in 1444, and acquired holdings around Biglands and Blaithwaite in Cumberland.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    row. W. Penn, Liverpool. licensed victualler. [Wilkin, FandivCols tan. J. Stockdale, Liverpool, soap manofeaturer. [Gregory and Co., Bedford raw. T. Biglands, Monk Wearmouth, Durha, grocer. (Crosby and Co., Church court, Old Jewry. 33 irt b 2. BURDET-April 4, at Dablin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in, caught 201b. of bream. - An inquest vtas held on Monday, near Silleoth, on the If body of M1r. Biglands, aged 39, yeoman. Deceased went - out on his own land to shoot rabbits, and was shortly i afterwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p I in in conrnexion with the contemplated commission for taking 1 the census of 1851. ttle, Joseph Hall, of Biglands, near Carlisle, lasa in his poe- it Om- session a hive of bees which swarmned on the 22nd of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL IN=LLI=ENCE- -We understand that on Wednesday last, the 1st instant., the Lord Bishop of Ripon licensed the Rev. George Biglands Ackerley, B1A., to the stipendiary curacy of Mytton; and the Rev. Thomas Gaxside Earmshaw, B A, to the 8tpedir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other shows. Mr. E. W. Battye, West-parade, utlddprafleld, -was awarded sScoa¢prise for en evenly as marked crested yellow Norwich. Messrs Biglands and . Taylor, North.road, Darluigton, chow a clear buff l Norwiob; and are very highly commended for a dark Subscribers-only content

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