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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stretton Established church

    floor inlaid with black and white marble; stone side-chapel arch carved by Robert Bridgeman of Lichfield ; octagonal font of Frosterley marble with elaborate wooden canopy, also carved by Knox ; stained glass by Sir William Richmond in the east

    Parishes St Oswald's - Churches and advowsons

    intersection of which is a blank shield. The font stands below the tower and consists of a circular bowl of Frosterley marble on a cylindrical shaft. It is lined with lead and may be of late 12th-century date. The pulpit

    Hospitals St Giles , Kepier

    11 By various later grants the hospital became possessed of small parcels of land, & c., in Medomsley , 12 Frosterley , 13 Claxton , 14 Amerston, 15 Eppleton [Epplingden ] , Barnes , Estwell, Crawcrook , Derncrook, 16 and

    Parishes Greatham

    a rough fragment, possibly part of a turned baluster shaft, and in the chancel, supporting a pre-Reformation altar slab of Frosterley marble still in use, are two turned balusters with capital and base, which apparently have been dividing shafts in

    Durham cathedral Description of church

    R. M. Hunter , killed at Ferozeshah, 1845. Rites of Durh . 38. Ibid. 61. Ibid. 40. 'A piece of Frosterley marble let into the corner where the south transept and south aisle of the nave join may mark its

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

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    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Holroyd [Holdroyd] Role: appellate Details: male; The Elder Employment: Farmer Location: Stanhope (Durham) Place(s): Frosterley(Frosterley) : township Participant: Michael Harrison [Harrison] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: Land Agent Location: Stanhope (Durham) Place(s): Stanhope

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £1,000, per asnnous; Wooler, £473. ; Lisngiaewton, £604. ; Norton, £378.; Thornley, to be augmented out of Wolsinghlam to £400. Frosterley (ditto), £400.; Deptford. £310.; Stan- ningle, £358. ; iand Winlaton, £265. The patronage wllhich still remnaiins to the Bishop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asyluln than to be at large." The police traced her to the railway-station, where she had taken a. ticket for Frosterley, but got out at Crook; from thence she proceeded to Low Lane, and, after getting drunk, 'offered 30s. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Laycock. Class 233-Hen, any variety: 1st, Mr C. A. Keomball; 2nd, Mr:J. Tyrer, Farfield, Kidderminster; 3rd, Mr J. Ridley, Frosterley, Darlington. Class 234-Cockerel, any variety: Ist and 2nd, Mr Jackson, Silsden, Yorks. Class 235-Pullet, any variety: Ist Mr Jackson; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frederick V itliam Cory. M.A.. of Tarvin, Cheshire, has osen presented by the Bishop of Chester to the living of Frosterley, vacated by the Rev. F. C. Jagg. The closing words of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the lay depnrtation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ed, for .the, Convenience of Sportsmen, the time of the TrAlos iS subiotned-:- Leave London;. ,York; - 'Darlington Arrive at Frosterley. 2,1 :p.m. 4.45 p.m. - 68.0 p.m.c Y Ordenr OSWAL UGILKES. tocktsnaltd-Darlissgton Ifitibiosia Officei Darlllington;Asgusst 5th. 1847. EST-RIDING ELECTION! Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    622 (p. 318), 623 (pp. 320 2), 1081 (19 p. 523), 1335 (37, 55 p. 673). Fosterley , Dham. See Frosterley. Fotherby , Dr., Chancellor of Lincoln, ii. 854. Fotheringhay (Fodrynghaie) , Ntht., i. 904. -, College of, i. 1258;

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