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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, May 1580, 01 May 1580-31 May 1580

    holdings too small. Ogell town, 9. The other tenants unable from the "scartie of otes and haie." Heppell baronrie, 3. Flotterton, 2. Wartoun, 1. Mickell Trewytt, 1. Littell Trewytt, 1. Littell Tossen, 1. Lurbottell, 8. Northe Midelton, 4. The Lord Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    appointment made by Paget," i. 8, 87 (p. 38), 615. -, treaty with Scotland. See Scotland. Flaterton , Nthld. See Flotterton. Flavius , Melchior, a Minorite, i. 475 (p. 223). Flaxley , Glouc, ii. 436. Flaxton , Yorks., i. p.

    Index of persons and Places, F

    Receiver General of assessments, 306, 399; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123. Flixton , co. York, 201. Flotterton. See Rotterton. Floyd. See Lloyd. Floyer , , to refine the sweep of meltings, 67. -, Charles, captain, Erle's

    Index of persons and Places, Q, R

    Index of persons and Places Q, R Q. Queeniborough , Queenburr, co. Leicester, 205. Queens County , forfeited lands in, 226, 295; quit rents in, 383. Quinten , Elinor, cottage in Newbiggin, 419. R. Raby , Lord. See Wentworth,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OGLE, Sir Robert (c.1370-1436), of Ogle, Northumb.

    share, along with all the rest of the family estates, comprising the manors and castles of Ogle, Hepple, Newstead, Sewingshields, Flotterton and North Middleton, the manors of Ellingham, Saltwick, Nedderton, Larbottle and Shilvington, and other holdings in over 30 Northumbrian

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wo did not get on so fast as last year, but once down the . card, and twice through the Flotterton Cuphby a quarter to tour T I was not by any merns a bad day's work. The attendance was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTH O.F ENGLAND CLUB (FLOTTER TON) COURSING MEETING. SsTunsDY.-The second meeting hold by the North of England Club over the Flotterton Estate was coclueded under highly favourable circumstances. Floe weather was associated witi ths gathering, and the attendance on both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitton Cottage, Rtthtibury, on a 187 moor edge of the Dean's property, belotgilng to C. Weal- 71 leans, Esq., of Flotterton. di NEW RAILWAY.-It is in agitation to make a 85 branch railway from Stokesley, to jill tlile Leeds and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11.30 Sntur., April 21 ..Black Banks . 11.30' FATAL ACCIDEm IN THE RImrTING FIELD.-: Mr. 3. D. Weallans, J.P., of Flotterton, Rothburr, was, killed on Saturday, while hunting with Mr. Selby s fox- hounds. Mr. Weeallans, who was a capital Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE TPUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. ANSWERS TO C2ORRESPOADENTS. A CONvTANr Sunscr;nsEtE.-` ates" feels much indebted by the corn- plinleat to his judgment, but could not take on himself the respon- sibilty of selecting any lot of favorites for the Oaks. Subscribers-only content

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