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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, March 1650, 01 March 1650-31 March 1650

    p. 18 March 1650. Lady Mary Somerset, his wife, complains that John Eubank, from whom, in 1636, her husband bought Cleatlam Manor and lands, co. Durham, taking advantage of her husband's absence and sequestration for delinquency, has got possession of Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, October 1650, 01 October 1650-31 October 1650

    the Treason Trustees, viz.: O.T.T. 91 549 O.C. 16 182 12 March 1652. Coniscliffe Manor and lands in Neasham, Brierton, Cleatlam, and Auckland, co. Durham, bought by Sir Thos, Cotton, Bart. 16 133 O.T.T. 91 547 27 Aug. Corby Castle Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    769. Clearke. See Clerk. Clearwell (Clowrewalle) , Glouc., ii. 436. Cletham , Dham. See Cleatlam. Cleatham (Cleteham) , Linc., near Hibaldstow, ii. g. 476 (96). Cleatlam (Cletham) , Dham., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343). Cleave. See Cleeve. Clee ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Cosee of GRASS LAND, at Cleatlam, called the Pasture, 14 fsO~te\lainT~g 9A .IIR. or tbsereabsnte, in the occupation of the executors Bai 8 Lot 1, Tblree Clates of LAND, iii the towneships of Cleatlam and frc S~cunltoindrop, bCasisl~eniaJ~g tsgetlser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gardens, at Cleatlam, in the occuiartions of John Shual d fil Otichanr Pawectt. Lot 8. A DWELLINIJ.IIOUSF, an-l Goarde. at Cleatlam, iii the ocesipaioun of htr. Weatkiu. . Lt 9, A D)WI0,NLNG-HOUSK, two gardes, and out-offices. at Cleatlam, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ehole compriaing 302A. 3n, 27P., or arr thereabouts. H sree Lot 7, TWO DWELLING-HOTUSES, oub-offices, and gardens, at T 3sO Cleatlam, in tIre occupoations of John Shawand Richard Fawcett, . ly a Lot 8. A DWELLING -iOUSE and Garden, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Denton, Carlbury, Coats~a Moor, rierse- atsd briudge-, Rillerlny, Spetnurerhottse, Ileadlam, Ingleson, rainford, Alwent, 1), I Wih~o-b, Nleivluain, Winston aInd Noireharm, Cleatlam, Sitaimidrop, antl W~roSratii, Staintoim, Stroaitl~om actd Stainiton, Wyestecich, bell La~ln eiel nd Birneard Cas-tle, all in the coetot of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton, in the North Hiding of the county of York, and Barnard Castle, Marwood, Westwick, Stainton, Streatlam and Stainton, Staindrop, Cleatlam, Whorlton, Little Newsham Winston, Headl -m, Langton, Gainford, Gainford (detached), Intdeton, Piercebridge, Carl- bury, Ulnaby, Coniseliffe, high Coniscliffe, Low Subscribers-only content

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