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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cockerham

    (including 'muskilling' silver), Thursland (with saltpits), Hillam , Marshes, Little Crimbles , Great Crimbles with Harestones, Wrampool, Hardhead , Laithwaite, Damhead , Crookay, Sinthwaite, Brileshed, Ranstey, Brookshed and Upton . The commodities of the manor included Fold halfpennies, Cawce halfpennies,

    Index A-K

    , Gerald R., 103; Sir Jas . G., 103 Damas Gill . , Dameresgile, 75, 75 n , 76, 96 Damhead ( Cockerham ), 94 n Damside , 19 n Daniel , Fr. Thos., see West, Fr. Thos. Danson ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, July 1711, 23-31, 01 July 1711-31 July 1711

    sometime of Dalry, now First Lieutenant of your Majesty's ship Danbrittoun Castle , Andrew Brown of Braid, John Watson of Damhead and Duncan in Molen of Erroll. Out Letters ( North Britain ) II , pp. 259 60. July 23.

    Index, D, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    , Colonel Robert, Portuguese Regiment of, 260, 627. Damask , cloths, etc., for Portsmouth Chapel, 121; for Queen's robes, 599. Damhead , [co. Londonderry ] , 380. Danbrittoun Castle , , lieutenant of, 380. Danby , Earl of. See Osborne,

    Index, W, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    ships from quarantine, 170, 594. -, Helen, relict of William Leggate, 369, 370. -, John, waterman, 587. -, -, of Damhead, land of, 380. -, William, bailiff of the manor of Greenwich, co. Kent, salary, 351. Watt , , Collector

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rowlanclm havitig devolved upon John Williamson, REsq. else son of his sister. at Same day, aged 76, Mr. Thomas Jagger, Damhead, South- eel owram. Same day, at Woodhsouse Hill, Hunslet, aged 42, Mrs. Farn- comb, relict of rtme late Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thirty-Nine. AQIIILA GAUlRODGER, JONATHAN (GAURIRODGER. Witness, WILLIAM HAIGH, Solicitor, Huddersfield. A LL PERSONS to whom ABRAM RHODES A late of Damhead, it, Saddlewor, th. in the County nf York, Deceased, stood Indebted at the Time -if his Decesse, are re- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 'Mean,' continued Damhead, ' that though it be in the Bible, there may not be a witch, for the Bible says 'things that rnaay be doubted.'- ' Whisht, tbat's awful I' exclai umd 'the startled Antiburgher. Damhead floundered a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from LoIgh' Neagh to Antrim, and is distant about 2 miles from the latter place. Terms at Sale. JAMES MOORE, Damhead, near Antrim. WM. DALE, Auctioneer. August 2, 1860. 2978 MEADOW STREET MILLS AND MACHINERY. A U C TION. MR. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dinner by tie worthy secretary of the society, Mr. Jas. White:- 1st, John Martin, Ballynamony; 2nd, John PIt- tison, Damhead; 3rd, W17. J. Lyons, Drumskea; 4,h, John Lees, Lislagan; 5th, James -Mallett, ialligas; 6th, Jas. Rankin,Craigallullar; 7th, Josias Lions, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 February 1826, 6 February 1826

    Wisdom, may seem proper ; and that John Anderson, Principal Tacksman of the Farm of Kirkton of Slains, residing at Damhead near Peterhead, Adam Gray, " Messenger in Peterhead, Alexander Shepherd in Aldie, " Thomas Garland in Ardlethen, and James Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1826, 9 February 1826

    or delay Payment to the ori- " ginal Respondent of the Rents of a Farm on his Estate " called Damhead, possessed by the Appellant, and at the " same Time he presented another Petition and Appeal " to their Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1827, 15 May 1827

    Aurora?, Dominis Anderson, late Principal Tenant of the Farm of Kirton al. against sic decernentibus. of Slai?is, presently residing at Damhead near Peterhead, Gordon. and Adam Gray, Messenger in Peterhead, Alexander Shepherd in Aldie, and Thomas Garland in Ardlethan, and Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1828, 15 February 1828

    upon the Cross Appeal of John Anderson, late Principal Tenant of the Farm of Kirkton of Slains, presently residing at Damhead near Peterhead, and Adam Gray, Messenger in Peterhead, Alexander Shepherd in Aldie, and Thomas Garland in Ardlethan, and James Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1797, 22 February 1797

    Road by Clunie to Kirkcaldy, the Road from Damhead, in the Parish of Ardgosk, till it joins the present Turnpike Road which leads to Kirk¬ caldy by Clunie, with a Branch from Damhead to Strath- miglo, the Road from the Subscribers-only content

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