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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Franciscan ( Hartlepool & Durham )

    an ordination service (first tonsure only). 11 In 1358 the king granted a licence to John, son of Elias of Brancepeth , to bestow upon the warden and brethren three acres of land adjoining their house for the enlargement thereof;

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    as it henceforward descended in the Neville family until the attainder of the last Earl of Westmorland in 1570 (see Brancepeth ). It is always described as held of the heirs of the Lord of Hart . 14 Neville. Gules

    Durham Charities

    are occupied by four men and four women, who are appointed by the Bishop, six from Durham and two from Brancepeth . Each inmate also receives a yearly bounty of £1 12 s . 6 d . and £2 0

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St John Baptist & St Godric, Finchale

    one was elected bishop, though not confirmed. MS. Treas. Dur. Cart. iii, 184 b . He was a native of Brancepeth parish, and when there was a charge against him that he was born in a servile condition, and therefore

    Durham Churches and advowsons

    1388 the endowment 73 included a rent of 40 s . paid by Lord Nevill from land in Crook in Brancepeth parish, and another parcel named Aldhenland, as well as rents charged on tenements in the Bailey . A parsonage

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

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    TRANS.CP.1635/5

    Role: undefined Details: male; Deceased Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth(Brancepeth) : undefined Participant: EleanorGull [Gull; White] Role: appellant Details: male; Widow of John White, deceased, late of Brancepeth Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth(Brancepeth) : undefined Participant: ThomasRoxby [Roxbie]

    TRANS.CP.1620/19

    [Briggs] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth(Brancepeth) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: KatherineHarrison [Herrison; Harrison] Role: appellate Details: female; Widow Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth(Brancepeth) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brandon (East Brandon) :

    CP.G.1736

    plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of Brancepeth Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Branspithe) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: John Fletcher [Fletcher] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Branspithe) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm)

    CP.G.2395

    Brancepeth and vicar general to the Bishop of Durham Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Branspeth) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Emmerson [Emmerson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Quarrel Hill (Quarrell Hill) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Place(s):

    CP.G.1773

    rector of Brancepeth and canon prebend of the collegiate church of Durham Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Branspethe, Branspithe) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: John Fletcher [Fletcher] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Branspithe)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sioemnAer, Oct. S, 4, 25, at ,-; n, at the (Glube Tavera, ivca,. LAttrse;reA mTr. P i~ip4, Liverpool. Tqfaants I1)avison, Brancepeth, Dourbtant), shorl-eper, Oct. 4, 5, '25, at ( ieven, at the Sfakepcare Tavern, ycs catIeic-tipttl-T. lie. Aitocrue, ..ir. laintohridd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to slis Pease. of the Hampstead oadl. On Wednesday week, at Brancepeth, Charles Cookeson, Esaq of Leeds, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the Reverend William Nes~lled, M.A. Rector of Brancepeth. Ar Davenbam, Cheshire, after a three days' courtship, Valentine Hallam, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. TO MORROW, MAY 13, the Tragedv of HAMLET. Ham- let, Mr. KEAN; Ophelia, Miss P. GLOVER. lyith GIOVANNI in LONDON. On TUESDAY, LOVE in a VILLAGE. With the FARMER. On WEDNESDAY, KING HENRY the EIGHTH. OnlTHURSDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house assessed so high as 2001. In Durham. bhir-h contains Raby Castle, and Lambton Castle, and Wynyard and Ravensworth, and Brancepeth Castles-to say nothing of other mansions- the two first, we believe, ncearly equal to those belbre mentioned-there is not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the wealthiest and greatest commoners in England: Mr Coke, Mr Lambton (since Lord Dur- bam), Mr Littleton, Mr Russell, of Brancepeth, Sir Jacob Astley, &c. Even now, the Ultra Radical party are distinguished from the discontented Democrats of other countries, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1756, 13 February 1756

    the " for dividing and enclofing certain Waftes, or Common " Parifti of Brancepeth, in the County of Durham;" to " Grounds, in the Parifh of Brancepeth, in the County which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. " of Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1756, 20 February 1756

    Aberdeen. Comes Strafford. Comes Pomfret. Comes Fitzwilliam. Comes Temple. Comes Gornwallis. Comes Darlington. Vifcount Fauconberg. Vifcount Weymouth. ViFcoünt Folkeßone. PRAYERS. Brancepeth Common, Bill. le & a!, t Scot. Walker's Bill: Ds. Ds. Ds. Ds. Ds. Ds. Bathurfl. Dude. Raymond. Sandys. Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1756, 23 February 1756

    thereto. Hodie 3a vice letla eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft Brancepeth " for dividing and enclofing certain Waftes, or Common Bl°|I!.mon " Grounds, in the Parifli of Brancepeth, in the County " of Durham." The Queftion was put, " Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1758, 25 January 1758

    " for dividing and enclofing certain Waftes, or Commons stoTuey " called Brancepeth and Stockley Moors, or Commons, Moor, Bill. " within the Manor and Parifh of Brancepeth, in the " County of Durham" Orderep, That the faid Bill be Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1758, 31 January 1758

    Waftes, or Commons, called Brancepeth and |fM Oaths, and made and fubfcribed the Declaration, and " Stockley Moors, or Commons, within the Manor and alfo taken and fubfcribed the Oath of Abjuration, pur- " Parifli of Brancepeth, in the County Subscribers-only content

 

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