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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burrow with Burrow

    R. 438, m. 8. Final Conc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), ii, 178. The deforciants were Robert de Dykehead and Isolda his wife; it is not known how they acquired possession. In 1377 William de Tunstall granted a

    Index A-K

    Hugh, 200 n Dyer , Christiana the, 135 n ; Hen. the, 135 n Dyke , John de, 165 n Dykehead , Isolda de, 238 n ; Rob. de, 238 n Dykeland ( Lindeth ), 181 n E Eager ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1730, 02 February 1730-27 February 1730

    lands of Horndean, the lands of Hutton and Huttonbell, the lands of Cossrigg, the lands of Jardenfield, the lands of Dykehead and Wedderlies, certain lands in Auchincraw and Swansfield, parish of Coldingham, as also other lands specified in Blackhill, Hillend,

    Index, D, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    John, 504. -, Martin, late Deputy King's Waiter, 73, 184, 185, 206, 509, 513. Dwight , Daniel, Rev., 77, 260. Dwinger , Nicholas, 514. Dyer , John, 608. Dykehead , 329. Dyve , Jefferies, a paymaster of Exchequer bills, 252.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Potuman square, engraver-H . flumphrys, High 6treet, Lanibeth, enuineer-T. M'Donraell, Pallmall, boot. maker. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Taylor, Eyemouth, cattle dealer-H. Ross, Greeock, inn- Ieeper-J. Law, Dykehead, Ayrshire, farmner-J. Reid and Co. Iedburgh, Itoxburgkshire, hnsiers-A. Burn, Ediuburgb, coach lace manufacturers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    compensation for the death of her husband, who had been killed in the pit of the Barton's-hill Coal Company, at Dykehead, owing to the unsafe condition of the pit, in which the deceased was engaged as a collier. It has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon clubs accused of pr:> feesionalism. The Union will act wisely if thev do so.- Sunderland aresaidto be after Davidson.,of Dykehead, a Sfb. lin. back. who is reported to be a chanpion.- .gcosteisk Sporf says that Dunlop, Abercori's cracl; bac1;, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Protestants and partly of Roman Catholics, the preponderance in point of numbers being in favour of the latter. At Dykehead, again, about a mile distant, the people are similarly divided in opinion, but in this case the Protestants appear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Protestants and partly of Roman Catholics, the preponderance in point of numbers being in favour of the latter. At Dykehead, again, about a mile distant, the people are similarly divided in opinion, but in this case the Protestants appear Subscribers-only content

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