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  • * Victoria County History *

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    , by Samuel Dowbiggin of London , a member of the Joiners' Company. 41 The designs for the house are dated 1766 and the date 1768 can be seen on the rain-water heads of cast lead. 42 Dowbiggin 's employer


    Cubitt, Jas.; Cutts , J. E. K. and J. P.; Dar - bishire; Darbourne & Darke; Da- vies, John; Dollman; Dowbiggin ; Eedle & Meyers; Farber & Bar- tholomew; Farrow; Finch, Hill & Paraire; Ford , T. F.; Goalen; Gough,

    Middle division Wawne Wawne Township c. 1755 Meaux township 1650 North Bransholme and Kingswood 2000 Wawne Church

    V.C.H. Yorks. E.R . i. 301. For the curates, see E.R.A.O., PE/146/1 (Fletcher 1836), 6 ( Coulson 1810); 20 ( Dowbiggin 1765; Thompson 1767-88 , Blezard 1826); 29 (Cruddas 1865; Henslowe 1869); B.I.H.R., TER. H. Wawne 1809 ( Robinson );

    Index A-K

    , Bethell, Bower : Edw., Frances, m. Ric. Smith, John (fl. 1696), John (fl. 1719, ?the same), Priscilla, m. John Dowbiggin , Sam., Wm. (fl. 1656), Wm. (fl. 1696, ?another), Bowes : Eliz., Dorothy, Sir Jerome , Ralph, Bowlby ,

    Index A-J

    Rd. , Douglas : Ld. Alf., Ld. Archibald, Campbell, Douglas & Wood , Douglas Ho . , Douglas Mansions , Dowbiggin : Lt . Edw. Thos., Thos., Down Barns , see Northolt Downes , Col. - Downfield Close , Downshire

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1574

    The same John Robinson and Christable his wife 12 messuages and 30 cottages with lands in Howgill, Bland, Sulbank, Frostra, Dowbiggin, Cawtley, and Marthwaite in the p arish of Sedberghe. John Cosin and Thomas Brokesbanke Nicholas Savill, gent., and John

    Yorkshire Fines, 1575

    Thomas Bland, gent. The same Thomas Bland, gent. 20 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in Sulbank, Froscraye, Cawtley, and Dowbiggin in the parish of Sedburgh. Thomas Bamburghe, esq. Edward Sayntqueinteyne, gent., and John Sayntqueinteyne, his son and heir apparent

    Index, D, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Customs sloop at, 406. port, 646. waggon, goods brought to Southwark by the, 581. Dover , Lord, the late, 428. Dowbiggin , Lancelot, Cryer at the trial of the Rebels at Preston, 202. Dowdeswell , Richard, secretary to the Excise

    General index, A - J

    348. " John, 222, 341, 347, 348. Dorsete , John, 278. Douring , Roger, 3. Dover , Henry, 17, 18. Dowbiggin , Robert, 311. " William, 311. Dowble , John, 5. " Ralph, 5, 6. Dowker , James, 237. "

    Index of places

    182, 185, 187, 190. Doncastre , 134. Donne , The, 39. Donyngton als . Doddyngton als . Duddyngton , 143. Dowbiggin , 44, 60. Doweton , 31. Downeholme , 42, 94. Dowton , 146. Drax , 2, 57, 71, 106,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gwefrhysbyiiad bythgofdadwy, "Take care of ~owb," a ddAnfonwyd gan Arglwydd Panmure gyda 5dbl canmoladeiy am ei berthynas teilwng aMajor Dowbiggin. Ond mi welaf fad Mesur Claddu Mr. Osborne Morgan wedi myned o'r golwg eto, a hyny heb i mi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tueesday, Juty 4. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, July 3. Royal Regiment of Artillery-Gentleman Cadets to be Second Lientenants-E Taddy, vice Boultbee, promoted: H. C. Singer, vile Mitchell, promoted; H. J. T. Tomkinson, vice IHeery, promoted; J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot, to be Lieut. vice Pedder, who exCianges-7tlh Dragoon GuIrd L H. O'Reilly, Gent. to be Cornet by purcinase, vice Dowbiggin. promoted-4th Light Dracooees: w. A. King, Gent. to be Cornet by purchase, vice Jolliffe, promoted; G. W. Hunt, Gent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who retires en lsall-pay-7th Foot : Ensign S. do C. O'Grady, from bills Foot to be Lieut withosut purchase, vice Dowbiggin, appointed to 41st Foot- 18th Foot: Ensign F. H. Suckling to be Lieut. without parobase, vice Martin, promoted in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    funeral. The execution of the arrangements connected with this important event have been entrusted to Banting, St James's street, and Dowbiggin and Holland, Mount street. The following programme was published in the ' Daily News' and 'Globe' of yesterday as Subscribers-only content

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