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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stainton

    and practically all the land in Elstob . In 1590 William Wilkinson of Elstob is mentioned. 89 Four years later Richard Jackson had licence to enter on two messuages and 244 acres in Elstob acquired by him from William Wilkinson

    Parishes Bishopton

    part of the 18th century Woogra was held with an estate in Elstob (q.v.) by the Scurfield and Spearman families. 45 It was sold in 1710 with Elstob South Farm by Gilbert Spearman to Richard Smith . 46 EAST AND

    Parishes Redmarshall

    and 7 acres of pasture called Whynndy Close in Elstob . 84 His son Christopher, a benefactor to the parish, died early in 1640 -1 holding lands in Stillington , Elstob and Bishopton . 85 Richard Morpeth , his son

    Parishes Sedgefield

    John Elstob . 300 John Watkinson of Elstob died seised of half these manors before September 1391 , his kinsman and heir being John Elstob , probably of the family of Elstob of Foxton . 301 In 1404 John Elstob

    Parishes Egglescliffe

    It seems to have been purchased not long afterwards by the Elstob family. Richard Elstob was called lord of Egglescliffe in 1717 , 51 and in 1726 Edward Elstob , in selling the Mill Hill here to Peter Consett ,

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

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    identify the surname 'Aikrige' Participant: Richard Ollsham [Ollsham] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Great Stainton (Durham) Place(s): Elstob(Elstob) : undefined Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Ollsham' Participant: George Bullman [Bulinam; Boulman] Role: witness

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAY, Sir Thomas (c.1359-1400), of Heaton in Wark, Northumb.

    tenants of the bishop of Durham’s lordship of Norhamshire. The bishop was, moreover, overlord of the lands in and around Elstob, Sedgefield and Urpeth which formed the bulk of their shared possessions in the palatinate. The widowed Lady Gray was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P I T A L., 300,000. Directors. William Banbury, Esq. James Clift, Esq. Lewis Pocock, Esq. Harry Barrett, Esq. Drysden Elstob, Esq. Lancelot South, Esq. Edward Bates, Esq. John Humphrey, lEsq., M.P. Wiliam Wildey, Esq. Thomas Camplin, Esq. Thos. Kelly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High street, Whitechapel Ellis Samuel Ellis, High street, Hampstead Ellis George, Bury farm, Edmonton E Imer John, Lawrence Pountnty lane Elstob Thomas Wilson, 119 Wood street Endeld Lerd Viscount, Wrotham park, Barnet Erswell flery, Finsbury pavement Espin John, Esq. 38 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most learned men at home and abroad. It is melancholy to contemplate the loss literature hassustainedwhenwe considerthatDugdale, Gibson, Nicholson, Elstob, Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, Wanley, Pepys, E ettlewell, Jeremy Collier, Dodwell, and his bosom friend the pious Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock. LONDON GA.ZETTE. [From Last Nirht's Gazette.] BANKRUPTS. Benjanmin Clarke, 13 Grange Road, Dalston, Middlesex, com- mercial traveller. Eliza Hemmerdo Elstob. 12. Craven Street, Strand, Middlesex, formerly of 28, Camberwell Park, Surrey, spinster, of no occupa- tion. Edwin Cranston, 91, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ris, Nunistalestolt, Copelaw, Preston- a ,t;hrrre crirhdors ani'dhlosvhills,Ri0kliltill, Iticknall Gratege. C dliegltiihtstli, Tiltsellec a lest, Great Staintoil, LittleStabs- at 'sri Elstob, Great Ayclliti'e, liewortle, Brriftbrton, Newtorwn, p oteTlIVtS i Nesetewri Kectton, Kettorl, Coathtam Meinde- pI tlewhIessue, Beauneoist lull, llrtrrosssste, Barnuptorn, Subscribers-only content

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