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

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    Places Participant: Marmaduke Musgrave [Musgrave] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Place(s): St Cuthbert [carlisle] (Cumberland) Botcherby(Botcherby, Botchardbie, Botcharbie) : township St Cuthbert [Carlisle] (St Cuthberte) : ecclesiastical parish Dalston (Cumberland) Rose Castle (Castrum de Rosa)


    Place(s): Stake Meadow (Stake Medow) : fieldname Cannot identify precisely, so spelling simply modernised. Location: St Cuthbert [carlisle] (Cumberland) Place(s): Botcherby (Botcherbye, Bottcherbie) : town Also referred to as a manor Location: St Cuthbert [carlisle] (Cumberland) Place(s): St Cuthbert [Carlisle]


    Place(s): Arthuret (Arthuret) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: John Home [Holmes] Role: witness Details: male; 26 Employment: farmer Location: Botcherby(Botcherby) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): St Cuthbert [carlisle] (Cumberland) St Cuthbert [Carlisle] (Sancti Cuthberti) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen)

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORKEBY, John, of Carlisle.

    Bowet (future bishop of Bath and Wells, and later archbishop of York) acted as trustees of land in and around Botcherby in Cumberland; and, three years later, he stood surety for no less a person than John Fordham, bishop of

    OSMUNDLAW, William, of Langrigg, Cumb.

    did indeed own land and tenements in Carlisle, Aketon and Aynthorn, as well as other holdings in the vills of Botcherby, Caldecotes, Cummersdale, Etterby, ‘Solum’, Stubsgill, Whelpo and elsewhere in Cumberland. He is, moreover, said to have built Langrigg Hall,

    STAPLETON, William (d.1432), of Edenhall, Cumb.

    in November 1424, by which time he had also gained control of the three Cumbrian manors of Blackhill, Stainton and Botcherby. These may also have come to him through his first wife, although it is possible that they belonged to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, July 1537, 11-15, 01 July 1537-31 July 1537

    provender of his horses, provision of his house, and victualling of the city and castle, the tithes of Hoghton, Etterby, Botcherby, Penrith, and Langerby which be about the rent of 40 l . a year. [3. The captain has for

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    15); ii. 775 (f. 20). -, (Bagcrofte), John, i. 643 (f. 18); ii. 775 (f. 27). Bacherby , Cumb. See Botcherby. Bachesor , Glouc. See Batsford. Bachman , Wolfgang, ii. 341, 368 9. -, -, letter from, ii. 369. Backeton

    Charles I - volume 507, June 1645, 01 June 1645-30 June 1645

    of Leven ] . I perceive Lord Kirkcudbright has sent strict order to Col. Sir Wilfred Lawson's Lieut.-Colonel to quit Botcherby mount [near Carlisle ] and their quarters there, which to my mind is very harsh usage to such as Subscribers-only content

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

    priory of St. Mary, York; the manor of Wetherall, Cumb.; possessions of that cell in Wetherall, Morehouse, Holmehouse, Corkeby, Cumwhynten, Botcherby, Frodelcroke, Penrethcots, Bridgend, Cryngeledyke, Anastable, Armathwayte, Brodwall in Gylseland near Scotland, Newbye, Ferlame, Gallowefeld, Ruke, Skallmellock, Cumb., and in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant [Kirkman and Co. Cannon-street. Iff. A. Burt, Christchurch, coal-merchan~t. [Wau gh, Great James-street. J. Teale, Regent-street, hardwareman. [Gem, Chancery-lane. Botcherby, Bethnal-greefl, dyer. [Aston, Old Broad-street. f Swift, Edg-ware-road, coach-proprietor. [Turnley, A' hite Hart-court. W%. Thorogood, Chipping Ongar, victuialler. [Jager, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iorichrnt-Mtarch i6, S. Roggett, Blackbliri, ircafounder- Iliuerl 17, I'. Rovle, Manchester, muslina mamioacturer-March 18, ''. Lois, Neweastle-npon-l'yne, laceaon-oMirch 16, . Botcherby, lrte of Darlington, coal owoner-ITavh 16, T. Rogers, Bradford, sur- gFeral dentist-ltarch IT, W. C. Oxtoby, Great Drifflield, Yorkshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a terrible waruing to others." Jane Emmerson, a poor old woman, aged seventy-two, was bar- barously murdered at the Botcherby level crossing of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway on the night of Thursday week, apparently on account of her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Forsyth is reproved for want of circumspection. HOME. Nov. 22.-Murder of Jane Emmerson, an old woman, gate-keeper at the Botcherby crossing of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.* 23.-Murder at Aldershott of SergeantJohn Dixon, and wounding of Corporal Campbell, 78th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jane Elmlelson, aged 72, who was barbarously murdered at the Botcherby level crossing of the {eweestle end Cnrlisle Railway, on Thursday night, 'as opened on Saturday at Botltherby,'before Mir. Carrick, the County' Crongr,. and a respectable Jury. The Jury having Subscribers-only content

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