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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Middleton St. George

    Kam, de Cham). 87 They were the nephews of Simon the chamberlain of Bishop Hugh Pudsey and acquired land in Cornsay and Hedley 88 (q.v.). The nature of their interest in Middleton is uncertain, but in 1240 Muriel and Alice

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

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    CP.G.776

    : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: William Birley [Byerley] Role: witness Details: male; 62 Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Cornsay (Cornesey) : undefined Lanchester (Lanchestre) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Richard Burnopp [Burneopp] Role: witness Details:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Livcrpool, vine muerclisiai. MicRIAN GRIFFSITiSS, l'orthleawl, t~iamorgan, grocer, Ri BERT LAIli amid J(o)fN JIOMEtI, tuhtt, Lincolnshire, coachbuilders. I:(BFERT FE,iENs, Nesw Cornsay, Dnriiam, grocer. 1l:ILU' PlISLI.SPS, IiiseGi, Monouoati, grocer. ALLF(:ED SuSprOiouS DEATH IN SMALkl1RoIK STREEr. -I.ast evening an adjourned inquest was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0,000 in 10 Caracoles Silver ining ... . 70,000 in 1 , Canal Street Ironworks ., 20,000 in 20 , Cornsay Gas ............... 2,000 in 5 ,, Crossac MAining .17,000 in 2 Globe Tclegrsph and Trust 3,000,000 in 10 Government Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Consett, on Thursday, a man namied Mullen was omasged with assaulting Mr. Coxon, master of the National Schools at Cornsay. Mullen's son attended the school, and having anoyed the master by imitating the humming bee, was mcIed in presence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    owners very visely determilled that none of the blaolrlegs shoulild desoeed the snincis to-day. The Ilanmstecis inen pro- cooderId to Cornsay, whore thoe cokemena are still it workl, alid threaiteined to resort to violeciere they ds not jois the uniollists, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    part of Saturday morning two exploring parties went down the mine. One of them was under Mr. Charles Davison, of Cornsay, and Mr. IV. H. Patterson, of Durham. This party ventured through the headway to the Icelloveworkings, and found the Subscribers-only content

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