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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Oswald's - Churches and advowsons

    Christopher Chayter of Butterby (d. 1592) and at the east end of the south aisle others to Jarrardus Salvin of Croxdale (d. 1663) with arms, helm, and crest, 14 and to George Smith of Burnhall (d. 1756). There is no

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    earliest known lord of CROXDALE (Crokysdale xvi cent.) was the Robert de Whalton who in 1362 was made steward of Barnard Castle . 197 Ten years later Robert had licence to grant the manor of Croxdale to trustees who should

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    which the present church of St. Bartholomew is built. North of Croxdale Hall and beyond a further stretch of park is Croxdale Wood, on the edge of which is Croxdale Wood House , the residence of Mr. Lewis Ingham .

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    out in small portions. 58 John and Ralph, his younger brother, compoun ded in 1649 . 59 Gerard Salvin of Croxdale (q.v.) had already some interest in the property, 60 and in 1652 the whole was sold to him by

    Parishes Stranton

    and Katherine Bellasis , widow, to Anthony Salvin in 1682 . 47 It remained in the family of Salvin (see Croxdale in Auckland ) 48 until the beginning of the 19th century, when William Thomas Salvin sold it to George

    Parishes Sedgefield

    till 1573, when George Bainbridge conveyed it to Gerald Salvin of Croxdale . 139 Since that date Butterwick has remained in the posses sion of the Salvins of Croxdale 140 (q.v.), Mr. Gerard Salvin being the present own er. Salvin.

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    Garmondsway Moor, lies on the west of the main high road from Stockton to Durham . It is bounded by Croxdale , Ferry Hill , and Aycliffe on the west, Sedgefield on the south, Trimdon on the east, and Kelloe

    Parishes Woking

    . 66 The male line of Webbe-Weston became extinct in 1857 . The manor passed to F. H. Salvin of Croxdale , Durham , a grandson of the first John Webbe-Weston . He died in 1904 , and was succeeded

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