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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Clare Radcliffe

    Details Clare Radcliffe in religion Brigitt Born 1631 in Dilston Died 1681 11 Aug in Cambrai father Sir Edward Radcliffe 2nd bart mother Elizabeth Barton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RADCLIFFE, Cuthbert (by 1491-1545), of Cartington and Dilston, Northumb.

    1491-1545), of Cartington and Dilston, Northumb. Constituency Dates Northumberland 1529 Ofifces Held J.p. Northumb. 1512-d., marches of Scotland ?1532; escheator, Northumb. 1513-14, sheriff Jan.-Nov. 1526, 1530-1, 1539-40; ‘learned steward’ of 5th Earl of Northumberland’s estates in Northumb. 1529-d.; commr. redress

    BOOTH, Roger, of Holingside, co. Dur.

    Henry, earl of Northumberland, who was the patron of his friend, John Tyndale, the then claimant to the manor of Dilston and other extensive estates along the Scottish border. At some point before August 1430, Tyndale assembled a force of

    EUER, Sir Ralph (c.1350-1422), of Witton-le-Wear, co. Durham.

    Claxton of Dilston in Northumberland. Sir Ralph promptly married the youth to his infant daughter, Elizabeth, thus securing for her the promise of estates at Fairhill and Wittonstall, as well as an immediate claim to the manors of Dilston and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Middleton St. George

    Hen. II (Pipe R. Soc.), 25. In the roll for 1161-2 he is associated with William son of Aluric (of Dilston , Northumberland ) for the payment of scutage (ibid. 8 Hen. II , 10). Ibid. 11 Hen. II ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Newcastle-upon Tyne, tobacco snanufacturers-J. B. Palser and J. W. Peters, Quenington, Glou- cestershire, paper makers-J. Stokoe and Co. Dilston, Northum- berland, wood merchants-Jackson and Smith, Sheffield, merti chants-W. Feilden and Co. Liverpool, and Feildens and Townley, Blackburn, merchants; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the repeal of the corn laws, did not apply to Lord Malmesbury instead of to Mr John Grey, of Dilston. His lordship would probably have told his Majesty a very different story from the Northumbrian agri- culturist,-a story of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the results of the repeal of the Corn Laws. The queries have been answered by Air John Grey, of Dilston, a well-known practical farmer, who speaks for the county of Northumberland. The queries, with the replies, are as follow:- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEE WEST BIRMINGEAM RAIL T E WAY and CANAL; COMIPANY. Capital, 400,No0; iri 16,00o Shares of 25 each. Deposit It. per Sharle on application, and Il 1. tOn allotment. No further rall will be made before July 1, 1806. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Clergy was celebrated on Wednesday in St Paul's Cathedral. The Countess of Derwentwater again made her appearance at Dilston, near. Newcastle, on Wednesday, and took posses- Sion of a cottage belonging to the Greenwich Hospital estate. France. The Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Report from the Committee to whom all the Books, Instruments, and Papers relating to the Sale of the Estate of James late Earl of Derwentwater, were referred. , 11 June 1731

    be Sold before the Commiflioners and Truftees for the Forfeited Eftates on 7^r/^;y the Eleventh Day of JWy next, 1723. Dilston in iV^r//&jw»^/7<3r#</., /. j. <£ THE Houfe, Gardens, and Stables. Yards and Out-houfes. AfaWiw .Srozvzz -— y«»z« Arowzz • Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1820, 8 June 1820

    the Church Lane near Ryton Lane Head, " and from the Bar Moor to the Hexham Turnpike " Road near Dilston Bar, in the County of Northumber- " land, and other Roads therein described; and also for " altering the Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1820, 12 June 1820

    the Church Lane, near " Myton Lane Head, and from the Bar Moor to the " Hexham Turnpike Road, near Dilston Bar, in the " County of Northumberland, and other Roads therein " described ; and also for altering the Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1820, 16 June 1820

    the Church Lane near Ryton " Lane Head, and from the Bar Moor to the Hexham fi Turnpike Road near Dilston Bar, in the County of " Northumberland, and other Roads therein described ; " and also for altering the Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1820, 20 June 1820

    Durham, to the Church Lane, near Ryton Lane Head, and from the Bar Moor to the Hexham Turnpike Road, near Dilston Bar, in the County of Northumberland, and other Roads therein described; and also for altering the Line of a Subscribers-only content

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