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You searched for: Place: Chapelthorpe, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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

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    HC.CP1589/2

    Bridget Whiteley [Whitleye; Whitley; Whitlay] Role: witness Details: female; 25; wife of John Whitlay Location: Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Chapelthorpe(Chapelthorpe) : undefined Sandal Magna (Sandall) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Jane Brandom [Branden] Alternate name: Jane Walker [Walker; Walkar] Role:

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1551-55

    lands there. Roger Hayber Thomas Watterton, senr., kt., and Thomas, his son and heir apparent 2 messuages with lands in Chapelthorpe, Grigelston, and Dyrker. Thomas Clayton Edward Hawlye, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Clayton in the parish of Hygheholond.

    Henry VIII, July 1544, 26-31, 01 July 1544-31 July 1544

    of Newlande, with closes and woods (specified) and all appurtenances in Newlande, Normanton, Wodehouse, Altoftes, Snytall, Huntwyke, Sherleston, Sandall, Walton, Chapelthorpe, Cregilston, Milnethorpe, Wakefelde, Staneley, Owchetroppe, Loft-house, Pountfrett, Fryston beside the Water, Horreberry, Kyrkethorpe and Carleton, Yorks.; also rents and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orcharde, aacfillexten' TI tilailnata eviry Convenleaacerequlitte for-- ear -floo Tofa taner;e'ad about Si Atre nh t 3. A ANDltllate -at Chapelthorpe, In Sondol Hague, in the C Colnty of York, atowlon n of te )Ie of I alr.fThomsl Lanahelit; a- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tadleaster. HIJAPELTHORPE, near WAKEFIELD.-The 1MISSES EltANCE'S Establishment for Young Ladies will be IIE-OPENEI) on Thursda. t/LCe 19th of January, It14:i Chapelthorpe, Dec. 21st, 1442. ORK H 0 U S E, WAKEFIELD.-MISS . MORRIS informs her Friends that this Establishment will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to her.hnsbaud and the Protestant faith. On Unday last Mr. and;Mrs Wood took part in the musical e performances at Chapelthorpe ichapel' and Mrs. Wood hasg _ we' understand, undertaken to preside regularly at the new organ, which has jnst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from, In, through ,9 oinoteseveral Pssri~hesl, Townships, Extra-parochial and Al other Places of Royston, Chavet, Sandal Magna, Walton, San-Al dal. Chapelthorpe, Crigglesione, Woodiliorpe, Iliil~nth~orpeo tione Stand-bridge, Pledwick, Painthorpe, Dirtcar, Thornhill, Ne-wt therShitlington otherwiseNetherton, Wakefield. and Hotrbury, oa th or some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IEsq. I, swocd Lettle, Leeds. advosi JL, lises Bower, Esict., Aldier man. Iitinssiot, Leeds. de005i05 Johls Ularleswortli Dodgessl Cliarlcsworlls, Esq., Chapelthorpe cosifir an- hall1. led ,Oot Clselcvorlli, Esq., TLoftheose De uce. telWiliamBouhis Eo., ~prsig(3ardtois, IBradfordl. Itlanso iDeds.Esoi., Esrei sl, irey Subscribers-only content

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