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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Thornley with Wheatley

    12063. The latter tenement was known as the Birks in 1525 , when it was held by Robert Wawne , William Sowerbutts being occupier; ibid. A 13467, 13473. Lower and Higher Birks are now shown on the map to the

    Townships Lostock

    Ameria, the other daughter and heir, wife of William son of William de Anderton , and later of Robert del Birks ; De Banco R. 50, m. 4 d; 60, m. 70; 206, m. 232. Richard son of Thomas de

    Townships Cliviger

    Knoll and the Calder ; DD , no. 1195. Another grant was made to John in 1334 by Richard del Birks ; ibid. no. 1238. John de Dinelay was plaintiff in 1336 respecting trespass in Cliviger; De Banco R. 307,

    Burton-upon-Trent Established church

    D. 5081/3 /45; H. A. Birks , Life and Corresp. of Thos. Valpy French ( 1895 ), i. 4; Underhill , Burton , 163, 174; Staffs. Advertiser , 21 Oct. 1871 , p. 7. Birks , Life of French ,

    The parish of Ashton-under-Lyne Introduction, manor & boroughs INDEX MAP TO THE PARISH OF ASHTON UNDER LYNE

    Park , Cross Bank , Alt Edge , Taunton , Waterloo , Bardsley , Lees or Hey, Mill Bottom , Birks , Rhodes Hill , Lanehead , High Knolls , Alt , and Alt Hill ; (iv) Hartshead , on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ynghyd. 'Y mater cyntaf ddaeth dan syiw ldosdd, gavir ie y sacramentan yn y Gyfundrefn Gristionogol, gan y t Proffeswr Birks; a'r pwnc arall-pwnc y dydd yn awr 3, -"Dylanwad gweddi." HAREFRYDEDD DR. H. RAINYx, GtASGOW.-Tad Dr. 1; Rainy, gweinidog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solicitor, Mr.Yewd, jau. New North-street, Red Lion-square. , G. Hfall, Lothbury, bat-manufactiirer. Solicitors, Messrs. Borradaile and Ashmore, King-street, Cheapside. Ebanezer Birks, Sheffield, grocer. Solicitor, Mr. Rogers, Canterbury. sq nare. H. W. Hicks, Connaught-mews, Edgware-road, horse-dealer. Solicitor, Mr. Brill, Lincoln's inn-fields. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st. C Gapper, Brutou, Somersetsbire, carrier. [Bnrfoot, Temple. J. and J. Wilson, Nottingham, hosiers. [Austen & Hobson, Gray's inn. iA. Birks, Manchester, lisen draper. [Johnson & Co. Temple. W. E. Burgess, Llanelly, Carmartbenshire, draper. [Mansfield, Swansea. 3. G. White. Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dockbead, stave moerclant-February 7, C. Jackson, Great Newport stroet, Westminster, feather bed 'maker-February 8, W. Bown, Southampton, grocer-February 7, 3. Birks, Wic- kersley, Yorkshire, maltster-February 7, J. Stephenson and G. Moss, Nottingham, niarble masono-Febrvary 9, T. Havard, Bromyard, Herefordohire, victualler-February Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tell, Ropert street, Haymarket, printer-January 5. F. Child, Cannon street, attorney-at law-January 5, W. Scoons, Maid- stone, innkeeper-January 5, T Birks, sen. Mar'bormugb road, late Blackland'o lane, Chelsea, tallow melter-January II, E. Tkler, Birchbilis, near Walsall, Staffordshire, ironamater- Jannary is, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Colombe, Warcop

    majesty that it may be enacted that John Burn of Orton, Thomas Heelis of Appleby Castle and James Richardson of Birks be appointed as the Commissioners for dividing and enclosing the said commons and waste grounds. 1796 26 November. For

    Historical Collections, 1639, March-June

    England and Scotland ; and near to that River, two miles West from Berwick , at a place called the Birks , the King pitched his Tent within a large Pavilion, and encamped there. Th e Nobility, and the King's

    Charles I - volume 422, May 25-31, 1639, 25 May 1639-31 May 1639

    morning seen his whole army in battalia at Goswick, from whence his Majesty marched to a place called the Bricks [Birks ] , upon the English side of the Tweed, where the whole army is now encamped, being about 8,000 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 April 1639-30 September 1639

    letter of Bingley , George, auditor of imprest Bircholt , Kent, franchise Bird , Christopher Edward Mr. Birkbill or the Birks , near Berwick, camp at plan of documents dated from See also Camp, the. Birlington , see Bridlington. Biscay Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, February 1540, 11-20, 11 February 1540-20 February 1540

    are quiet. Kerlesle, 17 Feb. Signed. Add.: Lord Privy Seal. Sealed. 17 Feb. 220 . [Council of Calais to Anthony Birks ] . 8 R. O. Sir, we thank you for demising your office here, at our requests, to Thos

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PENNINGTON, Sir Alan (d.1415), of Muncaster and Pennington, Lancs.

    in Ulverston, Lancashire, the manor of Little Langdale in Westmorland, and other holdings in the Cumbrian villages of Gaitscale, Blackhall, Birks and Gosforth as well. Through his marriage to Elizabeth Malton, William Pennington was able to extend his territorial influence


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