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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Jane Leadbitter

    Details Jane Leadbitter in religion Mary Teresa Born 1768 in Capheaton father John Leadbitter mother Marie Moerdue

    Alathea Swinburne

    Details Alathea Swinburne in religion Mary Teresa Born 1688 in Capheaton Died 1762 24 May in Cambrai father Sir John Swinburne 1st bart mother Isabel Lawson

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, May 1654, 01 May 1654-31 May 1654

    and Glamorgan required to certify any delinquency on his part. 30 156 422 Claimants on the Estate of John Swinburne, Capheaton, Northumberland, and Ellen, his Widow. Vol. G No. or p. 9 May 1654. Francis Godfrey, guardian to John Swinburne, Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, February 1668, 01 February 1668-28 February 1668

    99. Feb. 12 Warrant for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due from John Swynburn, of Capheaton, co. Northumberland, and Stephen Anderson, junr.. of Eyeworth, co. Beds. Treasury Miscellanea Warrants Early XVII pp. 213, 214. Money

    County of Kent, Beckenham

    Lady, born Sep. 2, 1793; Henry Eden, aged 8 years, buried June 16, 1794." "S r John Edward Swinburne of Capheaton, Northumberland, Bar t , and Emilia Elizabeth Bennet 57 , married July 13, 1787." Fatal accident . "Robert Fox,

    Index, C

    Marc Antonio, his book. 114. ? Capheaton (Capleton) [co. Northd. ] , 4. "Capias" Writ , proposals for erecting an office for the due returns of Capias in personal actions, etc., 488. Capleton (? Capheaton), co. Northumberland, 4. Capp Fynister.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 23, February 1727, 1-10, 01 February 1727-10 February 1727

    Robson and Margaret his Wife, another of the Sisters of the said Edward , were Plaintiffs, and Thomas Errington of Capheaton , the Petitioner, and others, were Defendants; and praying, "That the same may be r eversed:" It is Ordered,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orator at Pitt dinners!rly 'Died, on the 219t instant, in Grosvenor-pl, 21, Franoes Elizabeth, third daughterofSirJohRdi, , Swinburne, Baronet, of Capheaton, Northuab,,,, , The lovely young creature thus consigned to a prer5Q grave possessed acqiirements far beyond her age and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conduct, upon my determination to take Eliznebh abroad immediately after our marriage, with many other, plce in London and at Capheaton, was well ae hat I have heard bok placed a the jour-ny, gave me contituatproofs that she could net Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reference to this declaration, and to a written apology you sent to my father a short time after you left Capheaton, I have to request you will afford me some means of judging how I am to construe expressions so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eldest son of John Bowden, E*q. of Grosvenor place, to Elizabeth. youngest dangihter of Sir Johrn Cdward Swinturne, SRtrt. of Capheaton, Nortbumiberland. 01 ED. On the 5th iast. at Bromptou, after an illtess of same mroonths, Harry Stoe van Dyk, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a magnificient painted window was totally destroyed. Throughout the North and Solth Tyne the storm raged with great fury. At Capheaton, walls were broken down, and trees of the largest dimensions were torn up by the roots, one of which, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 February 1726, 1 February 1727

    John Robjon and Margaret his Wife, another of the Sifters of the faid Edward, were Plaintiffs, and Thomas Errington of Capheaton, the Petitioner, and others, were Defendants; and praying, " That the fame may •' be reverfed:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1726, 22 March 1727

    the Anfwer of toward Ridley and Nicholas Ridley and Fenwick Lfquires: Feiivvicketa!. As alfo, the Anfwer of Thomas Errington of Capheaton Gentleman, to the Appeal of William Errington Gentle¬ man; Were brought in. Hodie 2a vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1776, 15 February 1776

    having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Sir Edward Upon reading the Petition of Sir Edward Swinburne Swinburne's of Capheaton, in the County of Northumberland, Baronet, Petition refer- on j>ena]f of himfelf and of John Edward Swinburne, Robert Swinburne, Subscribers-only content

    8 November 1776, 8 November 1776

    s Ordered, That the faid Papers do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of Sir Edward Swinburne, of Capheaton in the County of Northumberland, Baronet, on Behalf of himfelf, and of John Edward Swinburne-, Robert Swinburne, and Edward Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1777, 5 March 1777

    and confidering the Report of the /Leave Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Sir Ed¬ ward Swinburne, of Capheaton, in the County of North¬ umberland, Baronet, on Behalf of himfelf and his in¬ fant Children ; praying Leave Subscribers-only content

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