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    Hospitals Friarside

    Friarside 27. THE HOSPITAL OF FRIARSIDE The date of the foundation of the hospital of Friarside is unknown, but it was in existence in 1312 , when the bishop collated John Eryum to 'the house, chapel, or chantry of Victoria County History

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    467, 663. Nicholas, ii. 311, 480, 677, 1083. Thomas, ii. 299, 467, 664, 1069, 1325, 1369, 1431. Overfrierside . See Friarside, High. Overton : Morris, ii. 119, 307, 475. Robert, i. 706, 1254; ii. 662, 1324, 1368. junior, ii. 34, British History Online

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    Fretvile. See Fredville. Frewen : John, alderman of Reading, ii. 1062. Dr. Stephen, late of Oxford University, ii. 623, 635. Friarside , High [in Tanfield ] (Overfrierside), co. Durham, ii. 624. Friborne . See Freeborn. Frie . See Fry. Frier British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injured by the accident, but, as on the previous occasion, there have been aome narrow escapes. Mr. Dunn, of the Friarside Farm, near Rowland's Gill, was on the bridge, and hearing it crack, he retired, and the fall immediately took Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    denied tbe assault, was remanded until to-morrow; A Brutal Lintz Green Husband's Lenient Sentence. - Thomas Hanson, miner, of Middle Friarside, noar Lintz Green, was charged at the Consett Police Court yesterday with committing an aggravated assault upon his wife, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to reopening of the Friarside Colliery near Lints Green. The pit has been idle for about two years, but has, we understand, been acquired by the same firm as carries on Franiwellgate Moor Colliery, near Durham. Friarside was relinquished by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leases, near Burnopfield, the damage being assessed at £4 15s.- The prosecutor sail that on the 19th uit., on Middle Friarside Farm, his hind found a black- faced Leicester tup lying dead ; a black- faced ewe was almost dead, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rl st inds i rootless rum, the remains of an am which s me large oak trees are growing, F Friarside 'arm saw the chapel last Saturdaj ■ usual state, but the next morning was ast m that, during the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    One-year-old ditto, Win. Snow don, Elm Park. Horses, harness or saddle, brood mares, Geo. Dowson, Bradley balk Ist; Humphrey Stobbs, Friarside, 2nd. Two-year-old colt or filly, Thos. I Allison, Elm Park, Ist ; Aaron Garthwaite, Fawnlees, j 2nd. One-year-old ditto, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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