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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bowes Vipont. Gules six rings or . Bowes . Ermine three long-bows gules .

    Parishes BowesBOWES Bogis, Boues, Bouys (xii cent.); Bouas, Boghes (xiii cent.); Bouexe, Boughes, Bowes (xiv cent.). This parish is composed of the township of Bowes , containing the hamlets of Bowes Cross, Stoney Keld (Staynhoukeld, xiii cent.), Gallow Hill

    Parishes Startforth Wandesford of Kirklington . Or a lion azure with a forked tail .

    previously possessed. William de Bowes paid the subsidy in Startforth in 1327 -8. 30 William son of John , who may have been a Bowes , was assessed in 1332 -3. 31 In 1342 William de Bowes called Edmund Charles

    Edmonton Manors

    centred on Bowes and Polehouse respectively, by 1438 . 14 The two demesne farms were leased separately from the 16th century 15 and in 1804 the Bowes and Dernford estate was divided into six lots. 16 Part of Bowes ,

    High Laver Nonconformity

    the Wanstead and Woodford Methodist circuit should take it over. The circuit refused, but Messrs. E. Pope , Godwin, and Bowes purchased the chapel, and it was subsequently accepted on the circuit plan. 92 It was later taken over by

    The wapentake of Gilling West Introduction

    GILLING WEST containing the parishes of Arkengarthdale ; Barningham ; Bowes ; Brignall ; Easby ; Forcett ; Gilling; Hutton Magna or Hutton Longvilliers; Kirkby Ravensworth ; Marrick ; Marske ; Melsonby ; Rokeby with Egglestone Abbey ; Romaldkirk ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOWES, Sir William (1657-1707), of Streatlam Castle, co. Dur.

    suggestion of Tory sympathies must be set the support Bowes received in 1695 from the Whig Christopher Vane* at the Durham county election, and it may be that the classification of Bowes as ‘doubtful’ in a forecast of the divisions

    BOWES, Sir Jerome (d.1616), of Elford, Staffs. and Hackney, Mdx.

    family of Bowes of Staffordshire, although numerous records of their legal transactions were preserved at Elford. According to a nineteenth-century antiquary, they were descended from a sixth son of the family of Bowes of Durham, possibly John Bowes, Speaker of

    BOWES, Ralph (d.1623), of Barnes, co. Dur.

    BOWES, Ralph (d.1623), of Barnes, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Appleby 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Dur. by 1604. Biography Sending Bowes as their messenger to the Queen, the Earl of Sussex and Lord Hunsdon on 29 Apr. 1570 introduced him as

    BOWES, William (d.1439), of York.

    and two years later Bowes suffered the far worse indignity of being himself reprimanded by Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, and other royal commissioners appointed to investigate the pollution of a royal fishery on the Foss. Bowes owned a capital messuage

    BOWES, Sir William (d.1611), of Streatlam, co. Dur.

    or else the captaincy of Carlisle. Both offices, however, were granted to Scrope’s son, and Bowes, influenced perhaps by the knowledge that his uncle Robert Bowes I, who had sat in six consecutive Parliaments, would not be returning to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cododd yr ysgrifenydd-mewn 1- agwedd ddifrifol a thrist, a dywedai fod 'ganddoy ger. cewyl gofidus o hysbysu marwolaeth yr Ah'hydeddus Bowes Daly. Ond digwyddai fod y boeddwr hwnw yn oriel yr ystafell ar ypryd, ynclywed elfarwolaethyn cael ei hysbysu, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... 43 E. M. Rees ... 85 D. Elias ... 42 Lewis Morgan ... .34 James Morris ... 42 Theo. Bowes ... 31 W. W. Lewis ... 42 D. J. Lewis ... 31 D. Richard . ... 40 BSCHTLUS-PROMETHEUS VINOTUs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grocers ani Oilmon everywhere. E. Jcones and sorls, soxlenl:ikers, Plynri,,oth, W| AT MAKES YOU SICK ? You have allowed yol1r Bowes to become habitual]y Costive, your Liver has btcome Torpid, the same thing ails your KidneSns. and you are just Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilc., aj 4s. 9c,, oddiwrth y perchenog- JACOB HUGHES, APOTHECARIES' HALL, LLANELLY. WHAT MAKES YOU SICK? Yon have allowed your Bowes to become habitually Costive, your Liver has become Torpid, the same thing ails your Kidneys, and you ale just Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie King's Bench Prison. In this place Mr. Bowes forited a "Otn Rection with a very young and interesting female, the dwoolotee of a fellow-prisoner, by whom he has had five cilildren. Bowes was for many years allpwed the freedom Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.4590

    Bowes(Bowes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Alderson [Alderson] Role: witness Details: male; 71 Employment: farmer Location: Bowes (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Bowes(Bowes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Alderson [Alderson] Role: witness Details: male; 62 Location: Bowes (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Bowes

    CP.H.5897

    (Great Hutton) : chapelry Participant: Thomas Fawcett [Fawcett] Role: witness Details: male; 66; clerk Employment: curate of Bowes Location: Bowes (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Bowes(Bowes) : undefined Participant: George Aislaby [Aslabie] Role: witness Details: male; 44; gentleman Location: York (Ebor) :

    CP.H.2869

    (Great Hutton) : chapelry Participant: Thomas Fawcett [Fawcett] Role: witness Details: male; 66; clerk Employment: curate of Bowes Location: Bowes (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Bowes(Bowes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: George Aslabie [Aislabie] Role: witness Details: male; 44; gentleman Location: York (Ebor')

    DC.CP.1568/4

    Carlesmoor (Carlesmowghe) : undefined Krkby Malzeard (Kirkbie Malsherd) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Gabriel Ripley [Ripley] Role: witness Details: male; 52/53 Employment: grassman Location: Kirkby Malzeard (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bowes(Bowes, Boowes) : undefined cannot identifyKirkby Malzeard (Kirkbie Malsherd) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.3826

    23 Employment: farmer Location: Cumberland Place(s): Bowness-on-solway (Cumberland) Bowes (Bownes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Clement Brown [Browne] Role: witness Details: male; 23 Employment: farmer Location: Bowness-on-solway (Cumberland) Place(s): Anthorn (Aintron) : township Bowes (Bownes) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: Thomas

 

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