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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 9 July 1830, 09 July 1830-09 July 1830

    you abide by?" "Yes, I will abide by that; I cannot recollect having said such a Word." "Do you know Cusworth ; Mr. Wrightson's? " "Yes." "Did you go there with a Party of Freemen?" "Yes." "Was Mr. William Palmer

    Yorkshire Fines, 1521-25

    citzn. and Ald n of London William Parcehay Manor of Swynton and 8 messuages with lands in the same. Richard Cusworth John Haitfeld and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Owston, Carcrofte, and Skellawe. 1522 EASTER TERM, 14 HENRY

    Yorkshire Fines, 1580

    Wray, kt., Chief Justice assigned to hold pleas in the presence of the Queen, and Ann his wife Lands in Cusworth. Thomas Willance and Richard Willance Thomas Askquyth, gent., and Ann his wife 3 messuages with lands in Richmond als

    Yorkshire Fines, 1551-55

    there and in Walton, Halfeld, and Halparke. ** John Fitz William, esq. Anthony Browne, kt. 2 messuages with lands in Cusworth. ** Philip Clamp, gent., and John Bawds Robert Brokebanke, gent., and Dorothy his wife Mansion house and 20 cottages

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    Woomersley and 200 messuages with lands there and in Woodhall, Whitley, Fullom, Credlingstubbes, Waldyngstubbes, Little Smeton, Stapleton, Carlton, Norton, Campsall, Cusworth, Newton, Bentley, and Arkley. John Mertyn, junr. William Chamberleyne and Elizabeth his wife, and Leonard Chamberleyne Messuage with lands

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

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    CP.G.687

    Details: male; 36; husbandman Location: Sprotbrough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cusworth(Cusworth) : undefined Sprotbrough (Sprodburghe) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William England [Ingland] Role: witness Details: male; 57; husbandman Location: Sprotbrough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cusworth (Cusworthe) : undefined Sprotbrough (Sprodburghe) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.3650

    Place(s): Sprotbrough (Sprotbrough) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Wrightson [Wrightson] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Sprotbrough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cusworth(Cusworth) : undefined Sprotbrough (Sprotbrough) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Squire [Squire] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public

    CP.H.1720

    Place(s): Pollington (Pollington) : undefined Participant: Martin Smith [Smith] Role: witness Details: male; 21; yeoman Location: Sprotbrough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cusworth(Cusworth) : hamlet Participant: Thomas Bevill [Bevile] Role: witness Details: male; 19; gentleman Location: Warmsworth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Warmsworth (Warmsworth) :

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurworth

    the James Bland of Hurworth who died in 1770 , and whose daughter and heir Barbara married William Wrightson of Cusworth (Yorks.). 103 William Battie Wrightson, her son and heir, was a landowner in Hurworth in 1855 . He died

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    associates, and in like manner the names of other contemporaries may be detected in other places yet existing, Gervis in Cusworth, Brand in Brandfield, Beorn in Barnbrough, Icel in Hickleton, Wcarmundun in Worms- worth, Wada in Wadworth and the like. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Was afterwiards held inmthe'hali 'when a descriptive u lecture, actowpaptasdiwth apptopriate dissolvieg~views, on 'blast "Fgypt'and:the'Nil0'4yas -delihited by the Rev.E.W. rat Cusworth, superlntc-dTebt cifthe' Lession. The musical bardi ortion of the eaiteet.nnenjwas;ably 'rendered 'by. iss who I Clara Su*gey, by, 3Mr'.0.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Alderman Avery) lro- sided; end amongst those present were ir. 1.W, Dale, thle lleyds J. Br. Berry and It. SB. Cusworth; Messrs. G. S.' ALatleewl, D. Sonthall, Y W. 1'iloher, W. 1. George, T. J. Graham, and Il; Stevenseos. An Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coffee and leadslg c room, and vestry. The chairmanu of the Bazaar Com- f mittee is the Rev. R, WV. Cusworth, 33, Lee Crescent. BIRMINGHIASM CorreT OF BAN ttICUIri'CY,-AP)peiuutmente T in Bankruptcy, This Day.-Before Mr. Registrar Cole. Pe i George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of £2,600., a commodious and f well-appointed hall. Since that time, under the I direction of* the Rev. R.. W. Cusworth, the 0 mission has grown in extent, and the fruits of its labonrs-religious, educational, anl social-have been eminently encouraging. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 May 1830, 25 May 1830

    Wrightson a Country Gentleman, residing at " Cusworth near Doncaster ?" " Yes." " How far is that from Retford ?" " About Eighteen Miles." " Mr. Wrightson is a Gentleman living at Cusworth, " you say ?" " Yes." Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1830, 9 July 1830

    " Yes, I will abide by that; I cannot recollect having " said such a Word." " Do you know Cusworth ; Mr. Wrightson's V " Yes." " Did you go there with a Party of Freemen ?" " Yes." Subscribers-only content

    9 July 1830, 9 July 1830

    Evidence; that he might u- what passed at Cusworth ?" " I never saw him there." " Did he begin to talk to you about what had taken " place at Cusworth ?" Mr. Law objected to this Mode of Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1834, 22 March 1834

    by Dame Harriet Elizabeth his late Wife, deceased, and who are severally Minors ; and of William Battie Wrightson of Cusworth, in the said County of York, Esquire, and Georgiana his Wife ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1827, 6 June 1827

    afterwards came forward as a candidate, but, after receiving but partial encouragement, resigned his pretensions; William B. Wrightson, Esquire, of Cusworth, on the introduction of Colonel Kirke, then offered himself to the Petitioners' notice, and was unanimously received ; a Subscribers-only content

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