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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St John Baptist & St Godric, Finchale

    fishery in the Tyne at Crook ; 35 land and a fishery at Cocken; 36 land and a mill at Coxhoe ; 37 common of pasture at Baxterwood; 38 a house in the North Bailey at Durham ; 39 rents

    Parishes Norton

    of Thomas had assignment of dower. 128 William Blakiston died in or about 1533 holding the manors of Blakiston and Coxhoe , with other lands; his heir was his son Thomas. 129 Agnes, the widow, received her dower. 130 Thomas

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    Copeland in 1360 conveyed thi s moiety of the manor of Sydgate to William de Coxhoe in return for a rent charge. 152 William de Coxhoe was succeeded by John his son, who in 1372 granted his moiety of the

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    Ferry Hill branch of the North Eastern railway, which here leaves the Newcastle line and runs east. The Ferryhill and Coxhoe branch also cuts across the township. West Cornforth has a Roman Catholic church dating from 1875, 37 and dedicated

    Parishes Stranton

    son of the elder branch of the family. 199 Their son Christopher Fulthorpe married Mary daughter of William Blakeston of Coxhoe , and died before 1578-9 , 200 when his son Nicholas Fulthorpe did homage for Tunstall . 201 In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brentford, gTocer-S. Griffiths, Wolverhampton, whole- sale direggist -S. S. Brown, sen. and jun., 53 Broad street, Ratcliff, stil uackers-J. Prince, Coxhoe, Durham, grocer-C. Tabor, Nottingham, lace mannef.sctucrr-J Archer, Old ting street, Deptford, baker-B. E. Walker, 8 Upper Fitzroy street, Fitzroy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Straker, Jarrow, Dar. ham, brickmaner-October 5, W. Lax, Darlington, land Surveyor-October 6, A.. Marscand, Macclesfield, silk manufacturer-October 6, J. Prince, Coxhoe, Durham, grocer-October 6, J. Andrew, Prestbury and Manchester, calico printer. C E R T I F I C A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West Smithfield, City, tailor. [Linklater, Sisoe lane, Bock. lersbury.-W. and G. Thomas, Aberdare, Glamorgaushire, grocers. [Sole and Co., London.-G. Turnbull, Coxhoe, Durham, draper. [Harle, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane.-S. Watkinson, Writtle, Essex, innkeeper. [Hawkins and Cs., New Boswell court.-J. Yates, Prescot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The pit villages of Coxhoe, Kelloe, and tar rjngcnhill, in the neighbourhood of the city of Durham, hae~beenl in a somewhat unhealthy condition of late, and last week cholera appeared in a malignant form at Coxhoe. n Saturday last twenty-three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, grocer. * JOHN GLEVOCILL, Flusladyke, Ossett, Yorkshire, farmer. R JAsNE TnOms'eoN, Cow Close Farm, near Coxhoe, Durham, I0 farmer and cattle dealer. Ir JA. rEs BrtmsNiS, Sen., Wright Street, Hull; JAesre 1s3nP1. )f NEit, Jun., Dover Street, Hull; and Subscribers-only content

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