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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Whitby Strand

    227 ( Charlton had access to documents not now forthcoming). The inhabitants also stated that dykes on the eastern boundary were called St. Hilda's Dykes (ibid.). Charlton (writing in 1779 ) said that all had lost that name, and all

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Bridlington

    all kinds of wreck of the sea which shall in future happen on or issue in all places within the Dykes called Earl Dyke , and Flaynburg Dyke .' 3 Ralph son of Ralph de Neviil granted the canons stone

    Blackland Blackland c . 1844 St. Peter's Church from the south-east in 1806

    farmhouse immediately east of Blackland Farm, and possibly the cores of two much altered houses further east. To the west Dykes Farm was rebuilt in the 19th century; the new buildings, a small house and ranges of single-storeyed and stone

    Parishes Castle Camps Castle Camps in the late 16th century

    D.N.B . Charterho. Mun., D 2/163; Mon. Inscr. Cambs . 80-2; Prob. 11/329 (P.C.C. 53 Coke); Prob. 11/348 (P.C.C. 64 Dykes ). Cf. Charterho. Mun., D 2/167 sqq. Palmer , Wm. Cole , 90, stating that the tower had fallen

    Parishes Brompton Ralph

    1628 . 83 From the late 16th century it was held partly by the Wyndham family and partly by the Dykes of Brompton Regis until 1648 when John Wyndham acquired the entire estate by exchange. 84 The property descended with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y Parch. Dr. Rainy yn unfrydol i draddodi r " Darlithiau (Cunningham," yn lie y Parch. J. Oswald b Dykes, yr hwn a ddewiswyd i hyn y flwyddyn ddiwedd- d af; ond ytnwrthododd a'r gorchwyl ar ol hyny. Tra- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..AsFA EBEIn3TERAIDD Locsax.wytheeser blsfen, cynbalicdd y Gvynaufa hen cigwvithrediadau yn Regent Sguare, Llundain, stf capel y Parch. J. Osteald J Dykes. -Nos Lu; pregethoddy Llyfrydd ymadcw, sef y Parch.. TVW. Brown.. W-edti yny dewiswyd y Parch. 5. Thilin Davidson, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr oll er a n lies ysbrydol ac iachawdwriaeth dragywyddol ei wran- ec dawvr anffodus. a Bu un o'r euw Dykes farw yn Mynwy mewn can- C I. lyniad i gyffro yn yr helynt etholiadol. di Mae gobaitb am Brotestaniaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gvdyfed te, syvmd'asant i r ly~a, yr hen' oedd wedi ei ilenwi .yn dda. Llywyddid gan' y Dr. J. Oswald Dykes, golygydd.y British and Foreign ivangeiwa Review. a ,threuliwjd peth aanser mewn ,gwasanaeth defosignol, yn yr hwn y cymerwyyd. rhan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hcadelidalgrywiioaeb Yr oedd trefn y MODDION CYHOBDDDUiS fel y canlyn :-Yn nghapel y Wesievaid, n~a lau,, y Parch.' James Clsvkld Dykes, D.D., Linudaini(yn Ssesneg). Nas Wooer yn yr Dnie,.yParo. Themas Evans, Merthyri a'r Parch. W. Hinton Jones (y. dd4a ynSaean8;t0: Subscribers-only content


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