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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Marrick Sayer of Worsall. Gules a cheveron between three sea-pies argent .

    composed of the village of Marrick and hamlets of Hurst , Shaw , Oxque, Owlands and Ellers . The area is 6,206 acres, of which rather more than half is permanent grass; woods and plantations cover about 50 acres, and

    Townships Caton

    A messuage called Ellers was in 1562 claimed by Peter Barwick in right of his wife Margaret daughter of Richard Curwen against William White (grantee of Lord Mounteagle ) and the jurors of Caton Court. 43a Ellers is now owned

    Townships Heaton with Oxcliffe

    and Alice de Slene (she being an heiress), in 1347 complained of sale and waste in Oxcliffe by Robert de Ellers and Adam his son; De Banco R. 353, m. 334. The rent of 4 d . due from Alice

    Parishes Lastingham Darley of Spaunton . Gules six fleurs de lis argent with a border ermine .

    in extent), at a height of 850 ft. above ordnance datum, rises Hole Beck , which under the name of Ellers Beck descends 400 ft. to Lastingham . Here, when Ethelwald son of Oswald King of Deira wished to found

    Townships Ulverston

    to Dalton and to Kirkby Ireleth ; to the east Market Street 3 leads to County Square, and by the Ellers and Ratton Row 4 ( Quebec Street ) to Greenodd ; to the north the short King Street leads

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    former orders, etc. Ibid . 1818 12 January. Order with plan annexed for diverting the highway leading from Farleton by Ellers towards and unto the turnpike road from Heron Syke to K. Kendal. Also for diverting the highway leading from

    General Index, E, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    Elizabeth , Queen, Act in time of charter of loan of, to Flanders proclamation of Elizabeth Castle , see Jersey. Ellers , Bernard Ellice , Col. Thos. Elliot , Joseph Ellis , Jenkin Wm. Elsey , Wm., warrant to Elsinore Subscribers-only content

    Surnames beginning 'E'

    3.6 Ellbeck Wm, ser, 43.4 Ellbridge Wm; Han, w; Wm, s, 38.6 Ellcock Wm, ser, 21.5 Ellen Bridg, ser, 2.9 Ellers Ambrose; Mary, w; Thos, s; Ambrose, s; Ann, d, 38.18 Ellery Han, wid, 1.12 Ellet(t) Elet: Edw, ser, 32.2

    Farleton

    rent 10s. 8d. and two capons, value 1s. 4d.; part of the Ellers, containing 9 acres, customary rent 11s. 4d. and three capons, 2s.; part of the Ellers, containing 24 acres, customary rent 1 11s. 4d. and six capons, 4s.;

    Index of persons and Places, E

    and Cracknor Point in, 389. Elizabeth , Queen of England, grants by, 224, 275. Elizabeth River , Virginia, 312, 325. Ellers , Peter, army agent, 211. Ellesden , , captain, customs officer to guard the coast, 379. Elleston , Thomas,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2967

    Place(s): Giggleswick (Giggleswicke) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Giggleswick (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rathmell (Raithmell, Rawthmell) : township Giggleswick (Giggleswicke) : ecclesiastical parish Ellers(Ellers) : fieldname part of the farm of SwinesteadSwinestead (Swinestead, Swynstead) : undefined farm in the township of Rathmell

    CONS.CP.1806/8

    Attached to Bank House Farm in Egton.Oak Hill (Oakehill, Oak Hill) : fieldname Attached to Bank House Farm in Egton.Ellers (Ellers) : fieldname Attached to Bank House Farm in Egton. Lea Field (Ley Field) : fieldname Attached to Bank House

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y tonau canlynol, dan arweiaiad y liywydd, Mr. Thomas Jones, yn ystod y cyfarfod, -Tyndal. Dresden, Beulab, St. Elizabeth, ac Ellers. Er fod y gwres yn annioddeful bron, caf- wyd cyfarfod da ar y eyfan, ond buasai yn well pe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R Ssrans, and other wtors, bear testimony. On thse 5tir inst., in Cappoqssir, at tile advanced age of lo. years, Ellers Crotty, als6s 1dne. Sb-e was born is, 1718, arid wao nine years eId at the deats of lierg George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o (1l iu :rb3 )'rTRAfDN.- Walied. RWtivatra Fiiu on( A) lla icwiCs scott. Constanlt viol'-Apy o .lildi. i lily, thej Ellers Leather Worto, UlverNtoul. 'l? I~i~t IMeoiiII-V'i~ied repot Bieta ho aliIis becia IotU .5.) s ajail ni:.i.Aii~lrr~a.592, Daily esot. v'D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    docriruent. A POrNT AS To ADIusSION TO TriE nOREsrOUSE.-Two quite young girls, giving tile amres of Mary Aurne Adiderley and Ellers Brookes, nmallr times inruates of the Wiorkhouse, were brorigirt up for having been fotrnd, on the preceding evening, destitute, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Crees, Acooles Green and Birmingham, builder.- Time insolvent came up supported by Ar. E st, and opposed by Alir. Ellers (instructed by Mlessrs. James and Knight), for various rcreditors, amongst whom wore Messrs. Perks, glass and lead Imerchants; Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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