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  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, May 1712, 1-10, 01 May 1712-31 May 1712

    p. 343. The like for a charter to Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch, of the lands of Nether Newhall, otherwise called Burnfoot, with the milne, milne lands, multures, sucken, knaveship and sequels thereof within the paroch of Hassandean, Barony of Chamberlain

    Index, N, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    Spain. Ness , co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 138. Nether Danbie. See Dalton. Nether Newhall. See Burnfoot. Netherlands . See United Provinces. Netmaker (Nettmaker), John, Commissary of Stores on the Expedition to Canada, 81, 223, 272,

    James 1 - volume 81, July 1615, 01 July 1615-31 July 1615

    [ Proc. Coll., No . 44 A . ] July 21. Westminster. Grant to Geo . and John Story, of Burnfoot, Cumberland, of pardon for manslaughter of Robt. Story. Latin. [ Sign Man., vol . V., No . 47. ] Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Burlamachi , Phil. Burleigh Burleigh , Lord and Lady, see Cecil. Burley Burling-Gate Burltford Burly , Lord, see Balfour. Burnet Burnfoot Burnhall Burnham , Geo. Burnley Burnley , Mich. Burnt Hastings Burnthall Burrell , Fras. Mr. Burrough , John Burton Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, January 1757, 01 January 1757-31 January 1757

    Skene of Dyce Esquire, Doctor Adam Austin Physician in Edinburgh, Alexander Bannerman Merchant in Aberdeen , and John Laing of Burnfoot , Creditors of Mr. Charles Maitland ; and praying, "That the said Interlocutors might be reversed, varied, or altered;

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

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    CP.H.3542

    : undefined Elfamgreene (Elfamgreene) : undefined Black Cleugh (Black Cleugh) : undefined Cophead (Cophead) : undefined Stripsheild (Stripsheild) : undefined Middlehope Green (Middlehope Greene) : undefined Coaton Hill (Coaton Hill) : undefined Location: Bewcastle (Cumberland) Place(s): Burnfoot (Burnefoote) : undefined

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1756, 31 March 1756

    Adam Außine Phyfician in Edingburgh, Charles Cheyne Merchant iu Edingburgh, Alexander Bannerman Merchant in Aber¬ deen, and John Laing of Burnfoot, Creditors of Mr. Charles Maitland; and praying, " That the faid Inter- " locutors may be reverfed, varied, or Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1757, 25 January 1757

    Skene of Dyce Efquire, Doöor Adam Aujtin Phyfician in Edinburgh, Alexander Bannerman Merchant in Aber¬ deen, and John Laing of Burnfoot, Creditors of Mr. Charles Maitland; and praying, " That the faid Inter- " locutors might be reverfed, varied, or Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1771, 20 February 1771

    the County of Stirling, to the Firth or " River of Clyde, at or near a Place called Dalmuir " Burnfoot in the County of Dumbarton; and alfo a " collateral Cut from the fame to the City of Glafgow; Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1771, 22 February 1771

    Carron, in the County of Stirling, to the Firth or River of Clyde, at of near a Place called Dabnuir Burnfoot, in the County of Dumbarton; and alfo a collateral Cut from the fame to the City of Glafgow ; Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1771, 8 March 1771

    Rivet vof Clyde, at or near a Place called Dalmtiir " Burnfoot in the County of Dumbarton; and alfo a « collateral Cut from the fame to the City of Glafgow; " and for making a Navigable Cut or Canal Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., at his seat, Minholm, Dumfriesshire, at the age of eighty-two. He was second son of Mr G. Malcolm, of Burnfoot, and elder brother of Admiral Sir C. Malcolm. He entered the Royal 'Mlarines at the early age of thirteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it difficult to keep upon the produce of the Burnfoot farm a wife and seventeen children, George Mialcolm speculated, suffered losses, was involved in debt, and died many years afterwards at Burnfoot, consoled to believe that his sons had prospered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a stiong force in the rear, I ans, with the gun and morise-boats, ready to attaclc in front, while General Burnfoot is ready to co-operate with the land forces; but it seens aseif the place is to be surrendered ~.ass,01,s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasgow The Queen of Trumps Load Adolphua Lady Elizabeth Ro30ncath Dr. Roocs Lady de Tratfor Cutaway PrinSco Arthur Fair Saloplan Burnfoot Sir Watkin Ignatlus The NEWTON ST. Lioasa STAKES of 10 soVa each h ft, with 100 added; for three-yoar-olda: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bat91b ..................., lphick 2 Faith, a grs, gat 41b .......................... Payne 5 Ess Bouquet, 3 yrs, Bet 61b ...............French 4 Burnfoot, 3 yrs, Bat 11lb .................... Matson 0 The Loader, 2 yrs, 7at .................. J. Grimahaw 0 Warwhoop, 2 yrs, Subscribers-only content

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