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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sedgefield

    The family of Fishburn which held the manor of FISHBURN (Fissheburne, xiv cent.) were presumably the heirs of William de Fishburn , who had a knight's fee in the bishopric in 1166 . 179 Ranulf de Fishburn witnessed charters of

    Durham Charities

    Technical School (see under Educational Charities). In 1724 William Hartwell , D.D., by his will devised his landed estate at Fishburn , now known as the Elderberry Farm, containing 222 acres, for certain charitable purposes. The farm is let at

    Parishes Low Dinsdale

    castle guard, and doing suit at the court of Gainford . 37 He had married Isabel daughter of Thomas de Fishburn , who in 1313 was summoned by Bishop Kellaw to answer a charge of incest. The matter was in

    The city of Durham Jurisdictions

    the 1166 return of knights' fees can be traced as owners of houses in the Bailey , namely, Dalden, 4 Fishburn , 5 Fitz Meldred, 6 Amundeville, 7 Hilton , 8 Foletebe, 9 Escolland, 10 Basset, 11 Lumley , 12

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    44 acres of arable land, 3 acres of meadow, and 20 acres of pasture, was granted by Henry Heighington of Fishburn to William Heighley of Woodham and his son Thomas. 158 They in 1581 conveyed this holding to Ninian Heighley

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

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    TRANS.CP.1632/4

    Churchwarden of the parish of Sedgefield Participant: HumphreyMason [Maison] Role: appellate Details: male; Churchwarden of the parish of Sedgefield Participant: RobertYoung [Younge] Role: appellate Details: male; Churchwarden of the parish of Sedgefield Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Fishburn (Fishburne) : undefined

    CP.G.3263

    (Durham) Sedgefield (Sedgefeeld) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Mason [Mason] Role: witness Details: male; 37; yeoman Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Fishburn (Fishburne) : undefined Sedgefield (Durham) Sedgefield (Sedgefeeld) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Hickson [Hickson] Role: witness Details: male; 40;

    CP.G.1507

    diocese Participant: Alice Farrar [Farrowe; Farrer; Farraye; Ferror] Role: witness Details: female; 63; wife of Robert Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Fishburn (Fysheburne, Fisheburne) : township Sedgefield (Durham) Sedgefield (Sedgesfeild, Sedgefeld) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Richard Clark

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ring's Lynn, grocer.-Masy 10, F. Collins, Drury lane, pawnbroker.- May 12, E. N. lealand, Birmingham. pimber. -May 12, G. Oswald, Fishburn, Durham, farmer.-May 12, M. Watson, HErtipo01l, snnkeeper. aendtlific es to be grantesI unless canoe ho shown to the contrary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ruissir. James Fave'll, WVm. Lawson, H1. V. Straubenale, p 'Mm.n Coltman, Joshua S. Crompton, Win. Mauileverer, 'Thontas i'rleyn'ell, jun., Tires. Fishburn, aud John Chap..- ""an, Esqutres; Revd cs. Win. Dent, J. T. J. Alonsen, r Peter LEart, 'and vWin. Lockwood. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sleningtord, left at Isis death, in 1798, not. seventy-four, by his wife Elizabeth. daughter aud heiress of John Woodifieid, of Fishburn and Trimcl&, whom he enarried in 1715, the following issue- Woodifield, his heir. William, of London, a harrister-at-law. John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hl~d its tDwn men-tale, the. whole of the arranirements helm,' under the direction of a mounted chief moni1hal (Mr. E, Fishburn). ryhre proceso marched by way of Lasc-;qerade, Inlironary-screet, fslot-I lane, Biriggat-e, IfUnslet-lane, amo (ilasshonse.-srreet to, liunitIet Moor, whIch was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 10 and April 1, ait1, at the Court.of 13ankruptoy, Leeds.-Solo. Bond and Barnwickl, Jide.- Oifcial aeioeeeeYoun6g OSWALDI Giorge, of Fishburn, farmer, to. cur.. Marci 8, at 11; and April 2,at],at the Coort-ef Ilantrintey Newcdtie.-Solo. Hodge acid t'iarle, h'ewsaetio.-Oiflcialasaignee, Baker.'. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix I, South Carolina Land Grants, 01 January 1737-31 December 1737

    do. Evant, John 700 do. 12 August Fairchild, John 400 Berkley County 13 July Finley, Francis 500 Craven County do. Fishburn, William 1400 Granville County do. Fitch, Constant 840 Colleton County 12 August Fitch, Jonathan 844 do. do. Fladger, Robert

    Index, F, 01 January 1737-31 December 1737

    123. Fernandez, Isaac Dias, m., 540. Ferrier, David, of Montrose, letter from, 107. Finley, Francis, g. in S.C, p. 315. Fishburn, William, g. in S.C, p. 315. Fisher, Benjamin, m ., 540. Fisher, William, of Antigua, affidavit of, 20, 20i,

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