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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 January 1683-30 June 1683

    meeting of conventiclers on Butcher , Robert, of Oxford, butcher, examination of Bute. See Argyll. Sheriff of. See Stewart. James. Buteland , Northumberland Butler , James, first Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Lord Steward letters from letter to Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, B

    Lincoln ] , i. 182. Booths (Booth, Boothes), co. Chester, ii. 31, 294, 462, 658, 969, 1428. Bootland . See Buteland. Bootle , Robert, of Thornton, ii. 626, 636. Borde (Board, Boord, Bord): Herbert, i. 335, 451, 540, 624, 640,

    Index of names and places, W

    Widdon , Roland, ii. 660, 970. Widdrington (Widderington, Widrington, Witherington, Withrington): Sir Edward, of Cartington, ii. 630, 637. Henry of Buteland, ii. 630, 637. of Ritton, ii. 630, 637. Ralph, of Colwell, ii. 630, 637. Robert, ii. 1440. of Hauxley,

    Charles II, June 1683, 01 June 1683-30 June 1683

    present with Mr. Craster Edward Charleton of Heslyside and Mark Gray of Rawfoot, both reputed Papists, and William Widdrington of Buteland and the said Riddell both premunired Papists. The said Riddell then ordered the said Hall's wife to be book-keeper Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FELTON, Sir John (c.1339-1396), of Edlingham, Northumb.

    came into a rich inheritance, for the Feltons had by then also acquired the manors of West Matfen, Heddon and Buteland, together with extensive holdings in Nafferton, Lemington, Lorbottle, Milbourne, Whittingham and Thirston in Northumberland, the vill of Medomsley and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Irving. Shap Abbey, Weetmoreland. X. Shortrced, Attonburn, KElso, N.B. INSPECTORS OF SHEARING. W. B. Canning, Elston Hill, Devizes. W. Johnson, Buteland, Hexham, J. B. Workman, Ridon, near Pershore. PIGS. J. Angus, Whitefield, Morpeth. 1. Aylmer, West Dereham Abbey, Stoke Ferry. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miles. L, '12 7Mr A Browns's Berkeley a ............3J G Easey *11I6Mr G Torrance's Unsymmetrical 4y....Me cw~alfX 11SM Mr Dodd's Buteland fly...-............... Pri vate *11 4Mr H XV Brown's Castasegrna fly _.._-..Privateh ,11I3Air J W Brown's Oroide 4y .............. Pri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brought to a close. The following gentlemen acted as judgos r-Cattle.-Mr. T. P. Outhwaite, Goldaboro' House, Knaresbro'; Mr. W. Jobson, Buteland, eaisasm; Mr. Knowles, Wetherby Houee, Wetherby. Hunting and Nag Horaes.-Mr. E. Abraham, Barnetby-le-Wold, Ulceby; Mr. A. Maynard, SkinniDgrove, Saltburn-by-the-Seas; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its hostelries and boarding-houses not fully tenanted, The judges in the various departments were: -Cattlo, sheep, and pigs--Mr. W. Jobson, Buteland, Hexham; Mr. J. Boast, North Dalton, Drillield. Hunting and nag horses-Mr. W S. Atkinson, Barrowby Hall, Woodles. ford, Leeds; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. John Kirby, Burton Fitlds, Stamiford. Bridge; and Mr. Win. Tennant, Barlow, near Selhy. Cattle, sheeap, and Pigs-11r. Win. Jobso-n, Buteland, hIollioghbam, Northumberland; hUr. Gao, R~b- eon, Shire's House, Emsingwold ; and Mr. Sinrert, Wood. house Grange, near Aberford. Poultry Subscribers-only content

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