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Found 117 matches across 4 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Crook and Winster

    these lands to remain to Miles Philipson. To Miles Philipson he leaves all lands at the "Abbott hole," also at Cowperthwaite, and all lands in Crook and one tenement called Furn close, also the tenement of the Lange holme in

    Killington and Firbank

    ., file I, n. 2. 1220 40 Berteloth de Beckeley gave to the canons of Cockersand the land of Colpethwait [Cowperthwaite ] which Simon Nadio sometime held of William de Arundel, which land William de Arundel gave by charter to

    Index, A - K

    Cow Brow , 276. Cowdraine Rake , Witherslack , 211. Cowmire Hall , 164. Cowper , Thomas, 166. Cowperthwaite , 162. Cowperthwaite , Leonard, 155. " Thomas, 110. Crack Hall , Hutton , 53, 120. Crackenthorpe , Mr., 311. "

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    2 Joseph Robinson 1 Robert Langcaster 1 Ambrose Allason 1 John Bowman 2 Joseph Robinson 1 Robert Harryson 1 widow Cowperthwaite 1 widow Pairson 1 Edward Newton 1 PATTERDALE. Richard Hoggard 1 Lanc. Ruker 1 William Thompson 1 John Thompson

    General index, A - J

    Peter, 163, 164. " Roger, 188. " Thomas, 187, 188, 196. " Walter, 28, 197. Cowperthwaite , Firbank , 418, 419, 420, 423, 435. Cowperthwaite , Ann, 56. " Christopher, 138, 140. " John, 197. " Mrs., 56. " William,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-K

    Cowper , John, 324 n ; Hen. S., 379; Rev. Thos ., 363 n Cowper- Essex , Jas. Swainson, 378 Cowperthwaite , Leonard, 376 Cowridding ( Colton ), 386-7 Cowriddings ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 408 n Crackenthorpe , Crackanthorpe, Anne,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    faras regards I ; G. Alexander. e G. Lodge and Eons, lmondbury and Hudderfield, fancy cloth mfrs. . lliday and Cowperthwaite, aaantaghm, shoddy dealers. )sX Ys, .Sneeton nnd Son, Leeds, chemists. he labone, Brothersald Co., Birmingham, merchuate; asfar as regards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was not sufficient evi- deuce to sh1ow bow deceased came by her death.-Mr. Deane, depilty-colo'ir, severely denouticed the conduct of Cowperthwaite, who was then discharged. ____ _~___ __ I TmrE BLOCIIAIRN IRON ComPIANY.-A nseeting ( of shareholdears of the Bloeltairn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and after two' hoursi hard wprlt ;succeaded inuolearing the clown line4 'Th'efollowing is list oftthe mostse'rioiusly injured 'pe&sengera ,-Mri'wm. - Cowperthwaite,, Clitheroe, fraoture 'of ,the Baseal -bhdni; NMr. Hi Doe. 8tamford-street, Leeds', commeroial'trsvbllbr, injur.v to the hi;dl'r., TJ Connor, OQdhfi,', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiND JoHtN CoWFIRsTHwAITE.-This sack rare hav P1t:e 5ole friends who had promised to stand for Dickey rece;V,.Jhlled in tlteir trutlo." Cowperthwaite (ire suppose) would we t 505 fsceit Jolts is a very fine looking young nan, whom Sees eondlerke to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baoinghall-lfreet, tadors. t Dec. *10. G. Aungier, Kent-rond, dilliller. .Dec. 20. T' Garden, St. Alichael's-alley, Cornaill, infur. ance-broker. Dec.31. WV. Cowperthwaite. Old Fifh-ftreet, grocer. Jain '24. V. Watlur, Great Cambridge-ltreet, Hackney. road, builder. Feb. 7. WV. .tltiiam. Tolerenhoute-7yrd, broker. Jan. Subscribers-only content

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