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

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    CP.H.4884A

    (Hill in Plumpton) : undefined Cumberland Participant: Thomas Robinson [Robinson] Role: witness Details: male; 76; yeoman Location: Cumberland Place(s): Cumwhinton(Cumwhinton) : undefined Cumberland Participant: Edward Hutton [Hutton] Role: witness Details: male; 100 Employment: farmer Location: Hutton In The Forest

    CP.H.5653

    (Skelton) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: Thomas Robinson [Robinson] Role: witness Details: male; 76; yeoman Location: Wetheral (Cumberland) Place(s): Cumwhinton(Cumwhinton) : undefined Cumberland Participant: John Stephenson [Stephenson] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: farmer Location: Hutton In The Forest

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Wetheral

    between the vill of Scotby and the prior's grange there, and the cross on the bank of the burn at Cumwhinton . 15 It is a curious fact that no refuge was allowed to those whose offence was committed within

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, February 1581, 01 February 1581-28 February 1581

    Cuthbert Turrey, la.; Christofer Turrey, sp.; Robert Cuthbert, la., cap; Thomas Lowther, Willson Jack, sp., caps; Clem. Lowson, la., cap. "Cumwhinton and Coothill, under M r Skelton." Thomas Cook, ja., sp., cap; John Cawert, Robert Smythson, la., caps; William Patteson, Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    the: pinnace sent to watch the Armada, 626. Aglionbie : muster of, p. 61. Aglionby , Mr: his muster of Cumwhinton, & c., p. 61. Edward: to Burghley of the divisions, officers, clans, & c. on both sides of the Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    14), 942 (41 b ). Cumnor (Comnor) , Berks, g. 436 (25). Cumpton . See Compton. Cumpton , Wm., 118. Cumwhinton , Cumb., p. 562. Cunynghame , Robt., 992 3. Cuperhull , Beds, g. 613 (1). Cupper , Ric., g.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AGLIONBY, William, of Carlisle and Tarraby, Cumb.

    date of a charter whereby they obtained joint possession of fairly extensive holdings in the Cumbrian villages of Warwick and Cumwhinton. It looks very much as if the lawsuit which William later began against John Sowerby* and others for the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Mlle isg Post. CuIstoS DiscovEmty OF COUNTERFEIT CoiN.-About six months ago a lad named Holiday, son of Mr. Holiday, plough-maker, Cumwhinton, found four bad shillings lying beside a hedge in the Cumwhinton-lonning, near Harraby-toll-bar. He had not come to Carlisle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c., noryet the engine power of our locomotives. I can say no more. The ruin of me has been the Cumwhinton brickyard and those connected with it. I think that if I am punished they should also be punished."_ The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have the work oajried out. A quan- tity of these brioks are now alleged to have been taken to lhe Cumwhinton brickyard,, and used for building rickell's briak-kiln. Timber whirjh belonged to tbe com- pany is said to have been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the permanent way of the Midland Railway Conspany; TnomAs ERRICK, Inspector of the Midland Railway; Jous L&r=Enr, station-master at Cumwhinton; and G. M. TicKErn, brick maker at Mary- p'urt, were charged before the magistrates, Westerman with stealing 4,000 bricks, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    second case was then gone into. This was a charge against Edwin Westerman, Thomas Erriok, and Jobs Laxnhert, station-master at Cumwhinton, of conspiracy to defraud the company. Some time ago, it seems, the prisoner Westerman was building a house in Subscribers-only content

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