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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landownership Hungerford estate

    She probably occupied her mother's house, the Blackhouse , and was succeeded there by Thomas Shuckburgh , who died in 1670 . Later history of the remaining estate is uncertain. By 1706 the Blackhouse alias the Whitehouse , formerly held

    Parishes Easthampstead

    annuity of 8 s ., and Richard Libb, 1612, annuity of 4 s ., issuing out of lands known as Blackhouse . Thomas Wilkes , by deed, 1558, and Robert Cottrell , annuities amounting together to 14 s ., issuing

    Parishes East Knoyle

    and ornamental chimneys. 107 Two other farms, New Leaze and Blackhouse , were part of the demesne of Knoyle manor and were held by leases from the bishops. 108 Blackhouse was sold to the tenant John Lambert in 1871 .

    Parishes Hurstpierpoint

    House), Kent 's, the Mill House , and 'Randiddles'. Most of these have typical central chimney-stacks. The south wing of Blackhouse Farm, north of the village, is of the 16th century or earlier, having timberframing with curved struts, and a

    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    of 30 s . a year (for a term) from lands called Blackhouse , occupied by William, James and (the late) John Briercliffe ; ibid. W 121. Blackhouse is to the southeast of Holt Hill . Duchy of Lanc. Inq.

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 2 September 1648, 02 September 1648-02 September 1648

    County of Staff . to the Two Troops of Horse, as followeth; ( videlicet ), One Hundred Pounds to Captain Blackhouse , One Hundred Pounds to Lieutenant Hill , and the other Two Hundred Pounds to be paid to the

    Abstracts of further charters and documents, 1547-1638

    Abstracts of further charters and documents 1547-1638 MARY. 16 December 1542 29 JULY 1567. 53. LETTER by QUEEN MARY, under her Signet, with advice and consent of her tutor, James Earl of Arran, governor of her realm, confirming the

    Acts, 1708

    of Bonhill, Sir George Home of Kello, Sir Hugh Cunningham of Craigend, Walter Stewart of Pardovan, and John Alexander of Blackhouse, Ruling Elders . Act Of The Commission Of 1708. At Edinburgh, the 28th April 1708, post meridiem. The Commission

    Acts, 1699

    to the Earl of Argyle, Sir John Riddel of that Ilk, Sir Thomas Kilpatrick of Closeburn, and John Alexander of Blackhouse, Ruling Elders ; to apply to the Lords of his Majesty's Privy Council for their civil sanction to the

    Historical preface, 1626-35

    Historical preface 1626-35 1626 35 On 2nd February, 1626, Charles was crowned in London; but the queen had scruples about taking part in a protestant ceremony, and did not even witness the coronation. 1 Four days later the second

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1737/17

    son of the deceased Participant: ElyWhiteley [Whiteley] Role: guardians Details: male Employment: Shalloon man Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Black Ho (Blackhouse) : undefined Participant: ElyGledhill [Gleadhill] Role: guardians Details: male Employment: Shalloon man Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): The Wood (The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Falk, Vine-st. Minories, chocolate-manufacturer. [Amory & Celes, Throg- morton-st. H..Pyrll, London-road, stationer. [Watson, Gerard-st. Soho. G. Mitchell, Fumace, Staffordsh. miller. [Tooke & Carr, Bedford-row. R. Blackhouse, Liverpool. inikeeper. [Adlington & Co. Bedford-row. J. Cummings, Landport, Portsea, grocer. [Hildyard, Furnival's-inn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trinity; Griffin, Clare; Harer, Clare- Larder, Emmanuel; Mordaunt, King's; Vs at- son, Trinity HaDt. Division 2: Armitage, Trinity; Ashwin, Pembroke; Blackhouse, John's; Barlow, King's; Buliner, King's; Burrows, Trinity; Cheese, King's; Craig, Emmanuel; Forster, Jesus; Lias, Jesus; Miller, Caius; Poole, Magdalene; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    districts througbout the county), shall give an ocular demonstration on cheese and butter-making, assisted by Miss Pedley and Miss I Blackhouse, in a large tent on the show ground. The | shooing smiths are again represented by forty entries, and, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas, store-keeper; and it appeared during the investigation of the case that Traynor anl Jeavons were marine store doealers; and Blackhouse, Parhts, and Brown were enmployed at the prosecutors' works. To connect the prisoners witll the charge, Francis Traynor was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvere also worthy of praise. Sibjoined is the score COSTLEY.V FcusT A. Smith, r' IL. Taft, c M Hinett, run Blackhouse, S. Jebbs, W Round, a A Smith, b Ta Itaslemn, run Chatterton, Granville, t Tate, not ou INNINGS. SECOND Subscribers-only content

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