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You searched for: Place: Cardurnock

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  • * British History Online *

    21 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index of Persons and Places, C, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    360, 368, 379, 380, 381, 382, 385, 388, 389, 391, 396, 404, 408, 410, 458, 464. Cardonnock . See Cardurnock.Cardurnock , Cardonnock, co. Cumberland, riding officers at, 234. Carey (Cary), Ann, pension for the maintenance of her son, Lucius

    Warrant Book, February 1705, 21-28, 01 February 1705-28 February 1705

    to the Customs Commissioners to pay 25 l . to the widow of William Churdon, a riding officer at Cardonnock [Cardurnock ] who was lately barbarously murthered in the execution of his office by James Carlisle, a Scotch trader, from

    Treasury Warrants, June 1717, 11-15, 11 June 1717-15 June 1717

    Vicary to succeed the said Gervase Sully as waiter and searcher at Brixham. Geo. Wrigglesworth as riding officer at Cardonnock [Cardurnock ] in Carlisle port loco Peter Head dismissed (June 17). John Hardy as a tidesman at Southampton loco William

    Index of persons and Places, T

    74; vicar of, perpetuity for, 191, 204. Towers , Jane, widow, a tenant, 201. -, John, Customs riding officer at Cardurnock, 376. Townsend , George, secretary to the Excise commissioners, 12, 25, 71; a commissioner of Excise, 385, 391. -,

    Warrant Book, November 1704, 16-30, 01 November 1704-30 November 1704

    surveyor at Hexham. Thomas Pillson as surveyor, Berwick port loco John Pratt dismissed. Richard Moscrop as riding officer at Cardonnoch [Cardurnock ] loco William Churdon murthered. Edward Edwards as waiter and searcher at Aylmouth [Alnmouth ] loco Jos. Thompson dismissed.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un, tDith Percd, C. 2,)at the Western el- bow of the Swatchway'" and " Powfoot Deep" with the lower " Cardurnock Perch," S.E.b.E. i of a mile. One (Black Can, C. 3,)due NORTH of the loeer Perch, I mile. One Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    off Cardurnock Flat," with Ithe " Grune Point" bearing S.jW. distant lk miles. One ( Blach Atrn, wit/i Percht, C, 2,) at tIre Western eh- Ibo of the " Swratchs'ay" and " Powfoot Deep" with the lower ee Cardurnock Perch," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has kept the Ship Inn, Bowness. He had apparently been caught by the incoming tide whilst crossing the sands between Cardurnock and Skinbumess and drowned. His dog, a little black cocker, was found sitting over the body on the shore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coroner, when a verdict of "Found drowned" was returned. In the course of the day Lieut. Howe went down to Cardurnock and had the body re moved to Carli-le. The funeral took place on Thursday, at St. Mary's church, with Subscribers-only content

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