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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Satterthwaite

    36 The following have been curates or incumbents:- ? 1677 James Stubbs 37 1704 Edward Braithwaite 38 oc. 1715-21 William Cragg 39 1751 Thomas Forrest 40 1766 John Jackson 1781 Edward Ellerton 41 1789 Thomas Clarke 1816 Richard Parker 1829

    Townships Foulridge

    the Cragg and the fiftieth part of the manor and water-mill; also another messuage and fiftieth part of the mill lately bought from Alexander Parker . His sister and heir was Isabel Hanson , widow, aged forty-eight, but the Cragg

    Townships Burrow with Burrow

    Burrowfield of John Girlington , and leaving a son and heir William, aged nineteen; ibid. 400. William Edmundson of the Cragg , in Botton, heir of Anthony Edmundson of Nether Leck , is named in the Batty deeds in 1638

    Townships Caton

    his recusancy by a fine of £2 a year. 61 There is a local tradition that the estate called the Cragg in Littledale was by the first Lord Mounteagle granted in fee to the then tenant, Richard Baines , for

    The University of Cambridge The early Stuarts and Civil War

    143-6; Raven, op. cit . 116-17. Tulloch , op. cit. ii. 29-30; Willey , op. cit. 154-6, 162-3. G. R. Cragg , From Puritanism to Age of Reason , 38-39. Mullinger, Univ. Camb . iii. 589-90; Venn , Alumni ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. A. Smith, Yaw., Vaenol; onidy llywyddion oeddynt 0. Panry, Yaw., Bron Elidir; T. Li. Jones, Yaw., Talysarn, a 9apt. Cragg, Llanberis. Y Parchn W. Thomas (Isbvyn),, J. Peters '(Ioan Pedr), Mynyddog,. at Alaw Ddu oedd y beirniaid. Enillwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn un afreolus; and nynai Ar- glwyId Xewbar ugh gael darllen y llythyiau dderbyniasai ar y mater. Darllenodd lythyrsa Capt.- Cragg, G-lynpadarn; J. Murgies, Yaw., C.E.; Mr. J. W.IJones, Bryngwyddfan HaIl, a'r Pareh. 3. O. Jopes, Capel Coch, yrhai oeddynt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gweithwyr yn dda pwy oeddynt eu $yfeillion mewn gwirionedd. Yr unig reswm sydd i'w roddi dros na enwyd Cadben Cragg na'r M Iwriad Wyatt yn Llwydd a Thrysorydd yr lUndeb ydyw fod y gweithwyr yn meddu mwy o0 m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hotel keeper. [Constable & Kirk, Symond's inn, Chan cony lase. C. Jauncey, Sponend, Bishop's Frome, Herefordshire, cattle dealer. [Douglass & Cragg, Veralam buildings, Gray's inn. J. Armstrong, Newcastle-upon Tyne, common brewer. [Meggison & Co. King's read, Bedford row. W. Roberts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    draper. [Milno & Co. Templa. J. Stafford, Haigh B~ar, DerJbyShltO,victalealr. [Clarke~& MedgalfLiecolno' inn tida, W. Roulter, Worcester, tobacconist. [Douglass & Cragg, Verulami buildings, Gray's inn. A. Fletcher, Redbridge, Sonthampton, auctioneer. [Makinson & Sanders, Elm court, Temple. T. Ladyman, Liverpool, irontonger. Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.4843

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hemsworth (Himsworth) : undefined Participant: William Wrightson [Wrightson] Role: undefined Details: male; gentleman Location: Romaldkirk (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Cragg(Cragg) : hamlet Participant: Michael Wrightson [Wrightson] Role: undefined Details: male; gentleman Location: Hemsworth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hemsworth (Himsworth) : undefined

    TEST.CP.1856/3

    1857 People & Places Participant: George Hinchcliffe [Hinchliffe] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Cotton Spinner Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cragg(Cragg) : undefined Participant: Joseph Hinchcliffe [Hinchliffe] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Son of George Hinchcliffe; [Disputed] Executor of George Hinchcliffe

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 December 1689, 11 December 1689

    the Lord Steward and others, who to put his defired the Opinion of the Houfe, " Whether Robert j~e££?, " Cragg fhould be asked this Queftion, What he had done Power. " to put his Life into the King's Power, Subscribers-only content

    30 November 1775, 30 November 1775

    " ^ble th^ RlSht ?°?0UIable R°bert CZSgS ]f turn diem Decembris, jam prox. fequen. hora undecima Au ^^ fic dJecementibus. Cragg, Right Honourable " Ellis, to take, in Great Britain, the Oath of Office as " Vice Treafurer, and Receiver Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1792, 18 April 1792

    alfo a Navi- " o-able Branch from the faid intended Canal, at or near " Porzt'/'e/r, to or near JFar/077. Cragg ; and alfo another " Navigable Branch from at or near Ga/e Mo/}, by " C/zozdey, to or near Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1792, 20 April 1792

    of Pazzea/Zer; and alfo aNavigableBranch from the " faid intended Canal at or near Por«//'e£, to or near " PFarZozz. Cragg; and alfo another Navigable Branch " from at or near Ga/e Mo/} by C/zor/ey, to or near " Hax/zary, Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1792, 20 April 1792

    and alfo a " Navigable Branch from the faid intended Canal at or " near Porw/V/J, to or near PFar/ow Cragg, and alfo " another Navigable Branch from at or near Ga/e " Mo/r, by C/)or/ey, to or near Ha.Â¥/z//ry, Subscribers-only content

 

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