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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, May 1596, 01 May 1596-31 May 1596

    Felton esq.; Edward Charlton of Hesleside, gent.; Raffe Errington of Bingfeild, gent.; Nicholas Whitfeild of Whitfeild, gent.; Cuthbert Ratcliff of Blanchland, gent.; William Carnabye of Langley, gent.; Thomas Ogle of Bedlington gent.; Josua Delavale of 2 esq.; John Horsley of Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    out of the treaty, 513. Rannik , Thom: outlawed (18th April), 743. Rant , Roger: 408. Ratcliff (Radclyffe), Cuthbert, of Blanchland: juror, 132; appointed steward of Bywell by Eure (28th May), 330. Mr Francis: 56; a great recusant: leaves Dilstone Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 98, May 1664, 18 May 1664-31 May 1664

    . ] May 2. 4. Examination of John Elrington [by Sec. Bennet ] . Is servant to Lady Forster of Blanchland, Northumberland. Has known of the plot for a year and a half, and told it to Lady Mallory, who Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 70, March 21-31, 1663, 21 March 1663-31 March 1663

    Gore, a chief contriver, and Paul Hobson, his great friend, are in London. John Ebrington, servant to Lady Foster, of Blanchland, is constant to his oath, and by him further discoveries may be made. March 31. 59. Note that Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    , Mrs., 40. Blanchland (Blaunchelond or Alba Landa) Abbey, Nthld., 364 (p. 142) 381, 1238 (p. 516). Blase , , embroiderer, 913. Blaston (Blayston), Leic., g. 775 (13). Blatherwicke (Bletherweke), Ntht., letter dated at, 643. Blaunchelond. See Blanchland. Bleke ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Croxton Kerrial

    granted the manor of Waltham -on-the-Wolds (Leics.) to the abbey. 14 Croxton was the mother house of the abbeys of Blanchland (Northumb.), founded in 1165 , and Cockersand ( Lancs .), founded c . 1180. 15 A cell of Croxton

    Parishes Bishopton

    at the Dissolution had a rent of 26 s . 8 d . from this township. 70 The abbey of Blanchland ( Northumberland ) had a rent of £2 13 s . 4 d . from Little Stainton at the

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Derwent Lodge

    155 at the Union, being the number to which Lodge 131 (A) would have been entitled if then existing. Both were Northumberland Lodges, which may account for the discrepancy. Meeting Places Wheatsheaf, Blanchland, Northumberland 1813 Crewe Arms, Blanchland, Northumberland 1818

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

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    CP.G.3591

    Role: witness Details: male; 23 Location: Northumberland Place(s): Newcastle Upon Tyne (Novo Castro super Tynam) : town Location: Shotley (Northumberland) Place(s): Blanchland (Blanchlande, Blancheland) : chapelry Location: St Nicholas (Northumberland) Place(s): St Nicholas (St. Nicholes in Newcastle) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent, paperhanger--Noveniber 24, C. Cheel, Paddington green, Paddingtoh, victualler-NovenibrN4; T. Inglis, New street, St Hartin's-in-thefieldfs, baker- November 30, J. Dolphin, Blanchland, Durham, banker-November 24, G. P. Waterhouse, Birmingham, coal merebant-November 24, J. Roberts, Smethwick, StafordsAire, steel manufactumer-November 24, W. Turnpenny, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his chtild, remanded him for a weak . The prisoner is fo~rty-seven years of age, and belongs to lRmnglsaide, near Blanchland. Formerly, lie worked in the Derwent lead mines, and two years age last Mlaybhe came to Leadgate, where he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Set, fi1lles fist illir:; if to be sold for 300 nova allowed 1h1b. Bretby Staeks Course (six fuarlongs). Lord ]'idmeetlss Blanchland, by Mulcarouon-Svrirrga, 'Mre. PeO'ecs Queen Bee, fiat IlD ...... ... Wood2 Mr. Jerrninils' Ladly Sef torI, 8st lib . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The loor fellow resided onlv a few doors from the spot where ho- met his tragic fate. The English steamer Blanchland (Captain Ford), lauled at Dantzig, on the 24-th inst., the crew of the German ship W ilhelm, wnhich she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    securing the print for Gene ral 0. Williamns; and the meeting was bronchi in a close with the success of Blanchland in the Houghton Stakes. T here was not much bettiugon the Liverpool CUP, 11 tol each being taken abnout Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1774, 21 April 1774

    of this Petition." Ordered, That thefe Two Appeals be heard to¬ gether. " Lords of the Manors of Hexham and Blanchland, in. " the faid County, to a Trad of difputed Ground " lying contiguous to the faid Manors." The Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1774, 22 April 1774

    therein ; and for appointing Arbitrators to fettle the Claims of the refpeftive Lords of the Manors of Hexham and Blanchland, in. the faid County, to a Traft of difputed Ground lying contiguous to the faid Manors." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1774, 9 May 1774

    and for appointing Arbitrators to " fettle the Claims of the refpective Lords of the Manors " of Hexham and Blanchland, in the faid County, to a " Trad of difputed Ground lying contiguous to the cc faid Manors," was Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1774, 9 May 1774

    ; and for appoint¬ ing Arbitrators to fettle the Claims of the refpeclive Lords of the Manors of Hexham and Blanchland, in the faid County, to a TracT: of difputed Ground lying contiguous to the faid Manors." The Oueftion was Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1774, 31 May 1774

    for appointing Arbitrators to " fettle the Claims of the refpeftive Lords of the Ma- " nors of Hexham and Blanchland, in the faid County, " to a Traft' of difputed Ground lying contiguous to " the faid Manors;" to Subscribers-only content

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