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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Donnington Parish Church of St George Donnington

    took the name of Thomas in 1779 , 18 and their daughter Frances married MajorGen. John Gustavus Crosbie and their son Charles Crosbie owned the manor in 1876 , 19 as did his widow in 1882 . 20 The manor

    Parishes Littleton

    it would seem likely that it was originally a field-name. Harestock House is the residence of Maj.- Gen. Adolphus Brett Crosbie . Place-names in the parish that occur on the thirteenth and fourteenth-century Court Rolls and Ministers' Accounts for Littleton

    Little Horkesley Manors

    the manor from the mid 1830s when he took the name Blair Warren . His sister Sarah and her husband Crosbie Morgell disputed the division of the inheritance in 1850 and gained three eighths of the estate, but not the

    Parishes Chilbolton

    fill up about one-third of the book, and the rest of it is practically a journal of 'remarkable occurrences under Crosbie Morgill, collated to the rectory in 1830 .' He tells how the parish clerk was suspended for liquor, how

    Wheatenhurst or Whitminster Manors and other estates

    1913) in turn. The manor belonged in 1914 to the trustees of John Charles Bengough , whose elder son, John Crosbie Bengough, was killed in 1916 and whose younger son, Capt. Nigel James Bengough , was named as lord of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Bishopsgate warde

    Crosbie before him, namely, in the yeare 1406. the seuenth of Henrie the fourth, the sayde King gaue to his seruant Iohn Crosbie , the wardship of Ioan daughter and sole heyre to Iohn Iordaine Fishmonger, & c. This

    Appendix O, To Memorial CXXVII

    found the free School at Much Crosbie, and delivered an estimate of the charge thereof, w ch gave this Court good content." [5 th October 1620. ] "A Letter from John Harrison, of Much Crosbie, was at this Court openly

    Border Papers volume 2, Undated documents temp. Elizabeth, 01 January 1560-31 December 1602

    Colledge, fee 26 s . 8 d . The tithe corn of Pearethe, Lang Walbie, Scotbie, Ricardbye, Stainton, Mickle Crosbie, Lytle Crosbie; paying their "odde rent" to the bishop and Colledge. The half-fishing of Cocker, of the Colledge, without rent. Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, March 1592, 01 March 1592-31 March 1592

    to him nor to defend any, but that none enter thorough his charge out of Liddesdale. Crosbie. Betwixt Carlisle and the Borders lieth Crosbie barronrie, under a steward for the Busshopp of Carlisle. His servis is to be att all Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 4 February 1641, 04 February 1641-04 February 1641

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4 4 February 1641 Die Jovis, videlicet, 4 die Februarii. PRAYERS. Order concerning the Countess of Exeter's Petition. It being signified to the House, That divers of the Delinquents, sent for to appear before

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

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    CP.G.699

    & Places Participant: James Harrington [Herryngton] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s): Crosby Upon Eden (Crosbye, Crosbie) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Nicholson [Nicolson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s): Crosby Upon

    CP.G.462

    Carlisle (Carliolen, Carlell) : city Participant: John Atkinson [Atkinson] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Scaleby (Cumberland) Place(s): Crosby (Crosbye, Crosbie) : undefined Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Location: Burneskethe (Burneskethe) : township Cannot identify Location: Wrawby (Lincolnshire) Place(s): Wrawby (Wawbye,

    CP.G.645

    Participant: John Atkinson [Atkinson] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s): Crosby Upon Eden (Crosbye, Crosbie) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Location: Burnestaythe (Burnestaythe, Burneskaithe, Burneskaythe, Bronskaythe, Bronskaithe, Burnesketh, Burneskethe) : township Cannot

    CP.G.727

    & Places Participant: Robert Nicholson [Nicholson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s): Crosby Upon Eden (Crosbye, Crosbie, Crosby) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: James Harrington [Herryngton; Harrington] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s):

    TRANS.CP.1585/4

    (Kirkbie Ravensworthe) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Thornton Watlass (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thornton Watlass (Thorneton Watlos) : undefined Location: Bedale (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Bedale (Bedall) : undefined Location: Stokesley (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Westerdale (Westerdaile) : undefined Location: Leake (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Crosby (Crosbie) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Retook no active part as. a. fighrin Officer, but was placed in tihe Barrack DNpartrnetut under the late Ge- neral Crosbie. 9On his return to England'; he was on half-pay; and in T94, he wasp. reduced Captain of the 3tst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    family, brothlr Oeit-ers, tid fire aitt1 On the tSl tilt. ar AtrdIfert Abbev. Ireland, -John etI3 of Ola- dore, Visitoiint Crosbie, and Barn1 tBrand'tn, one of sIte i mciii- etit Repsreieneiative aleers in the leiperiiaol parlinases.t HiS Loridship weas in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. R. A. 608,, Walter Burke, 644,-' Admiral Burden. S56.. Lady Jane Montague, Vitcouraress Maipas, 642.. Lord Calico, 688.. Viscouunt Crosbie, Earl of Wieklow, 720.. Dr. Lettsom, 736.. J.P.Salecnoin, 784.- Dr. Jackson, Bishop of Oxford, 816-. Duke of Norfolk, Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of libel," for it was Irish late in the reign of Charles T, whose deputy, Lord Strafford, i'mprisoned Sir Piirqe Crosbie for the space of 18 days ih the Castle of Dublin, " on the bate snspicious of a libel."' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Win. Tiskler, Esq. of Putney. On the 38tb ualt. at Paris, Edward-Gambier, Esq.. to Emily, daughter of the late Crosbie Morgoll, Esq. MSP. d On the 0th inst. Maria Miller, relict of the late Mr Adam Miller, of Cardy, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1759, 12 February 1759

    Relief in the Preniifes as to their Lordfhips in " their great Wifdom fhall feem meet; and that Andrew M Crosbie and JohnGraham late Provofts, William Burnet'; " William M'Murdo, Gilbert Pater/on, and Hugh Law/on^ " late Baillies, Alexander MCourtie Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1817, 31 January 1817

    House." Goughs «gainst La- touche et al. March* Lans- downe against Marq» ot Lans- downe. Coutts & An- trobus against Crosbie. Bank of Ire¬ land against Beresford et al. The House being informed, " That James Menzies, " from the Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1818, 18 May 1818

    Orders of this House. Contts & Antrobus against Crosbie, Respondent's Petition to advance the Hearing;, referred to the Appeal Com". Upon reading the Petition of William John Crosbie a Minor, by Elizabeth Crosbie his Mother and Guard¬ ian, Respondent in Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1818, 10 June 1818

    been " dismissed;" and to whom was referred the Re¬ spondent's Petition in the Cause Coutts and Antro- bus against Crosbie, praying their Lordships, " That " the Cause may come on for Hearing immediately " after the Appeal Gough Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1819, 8 February 1819

    against Foster. D.Argyll et al. against Lamont: Interlocutors Reversed, &c. Coutts & Antrobus against Crosbie. The Answer of Doctor James Wilson, Minister of Falkirk, to the Appeal of Mrs. Agnes Chalmers other¬ wise Forbes, the Relict of William Forbes Esquire, Subscribers-only content

 

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