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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    index Q Queenborough to Coldingham: log of the fleet (27th Dec. 1559 20th Jan. 1559 60), 294. Quewtle , Mlle. de la: wife of Lord Aubigny, akin to M. de Noailles, 278. Quhite . See White. Quhytlaw . See Whytelaw. Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1502

    or within vi dais therefter x m. noblis; and within yere and day therefter in Coldingham x m. noblis, and a yeir efter that in Coldingham x m. angellis in compleit payment. 23 February 1501 2 . Privilege of Edinburgh

    Border Papers volume 1, May 1587, 01 May 1587-31 May 1587

    the Earle Bothwell, and there caused a decree to passe for thabbie of Coldingham in Bothwell his behalf; and this day an officer of armes came to Coldingham to make the Kinges pleasure knowen, to remove the Priour. The Scotishe Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, December 1544, 1-10, 01 December 1544-31 December 1544

    showing that the Scots come forward to Coldingham and the Wardens prepare to encounter them. Have advised the Wardens to hazard nothing for it, as the King can at all times recover Coldingham, but have not restrained them from doing

    Edward VI, October 1547, 01 October 1547-31 October 1547

    but after more of this vain talk, too tedious for your grace, he asked assurance for Coldingham, & c., and his friends. I said Coldingham was to be rased at once. He said he had no other place to lie Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious Houses Introduction

    then dissolved order of the Templars in his diocese. 3 Durham was rich in historians; Bede, Simeon, Reginald, Geoffrey of Coldingham , Robert of Graystanes, and William Chambre , were all inmates of one or other of her religious houses.

    House of Austin canons Priory of Baxterwood

    peace should long prevail. The Durham monks harassed the settlers in various ways, 16 till at last, as Geoffrey of Coldingham tells us, they drove Henry Pudsey to apologize for his presumption, and to make an entirely fresh arrangement. 17

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Lytham

    Kelloe was accused of carrying away goods to the value of £27 from Coldingham Priory when resident there, and also of adultery; Dur. Misc. Chart. 1284; Coldingham Priory (Surtees Soc.), 33. Lytham Chart. 2a, 4ae, Ebor. 34, 37. prior of

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    ; the church of Norham with its chapels, lands, waters, and appurtenances; and the vill of 'Sorwurth.' Across the Tweed, Coldingham with the church of the same vill and all things thereto belonging, viz. Aldecambus with its church, Lumsden ,

    Hemingbrough Brackenholme with Woodhall

    given by the priory to Richard of Coldingham between 1186 and c . 1191, 74 and Thomas of Coldingham held it in 1284 -5. 75 The manor of WOODHALL descended to Margery of Coldingham , and in 1313 her husband

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IE t POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party i_ the nadness of many for the gain of a few.-PQPL EARLY CLOSING OF, SHOPS. TOjERE are some persons absuird and callous :enough to oppose the attenipt, now makiing to get the shops of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Colonel Milward (volunteers). Colonel 'Webb and Major Egerton (militia), Captain Howard and Captain and Adjutant Hill (Worcestershire Hussars), Colonel Coldingham and Major Brooks (arttllery), Colonel Talbot, Colonel Watson, lMajor Webb. and Chaplain Eld (volunteers), Colonel Bellers, Colonel 3ir H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sad repair:.'~mZI drsaied al over on one ~jan-~Avply. HolbechO And Son, Laud A Agents, 21. Bennett's Hill irminghalm. 622 ()Let Coldingham. Villa, Bell End. miUdway between Brains- grosst wAd tourbkisdjM, atid four mom (rmm M =~er ftftio Rlll ndRilwenyy; contaeuiog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girdens.-Apply, 1,_Vyse StreeL. c091 QTRATXORD Bead (32l-viula;good evght-roomed ~haouse, nar K3 Stoney Lane. IO& No rates, ii I T1O Let, Coldingham Villa, Bell Bad, midway between Broms- I Lgruve and Stouerbridge, sod four miles froln Itubery Station I(Midland thailway)l containing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £20. to £S5-Badgor, Agent.- OM_____ 1 tNOI7XUTRY.11017SE, £38. ; two reception live bed rooms - %_ grdn geohses sble.-Mrs, Tow, Coldingham. Vills, Bell End, R~btougbtorl. c9M33 (OVENTRtY ILoad (No. 6421, opposite Park. - Dwelling, with s..bathi and wc. Rent S28.-Apsply, Subscribers-only content


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