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You searched for: Place: Fulstone, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    in 1475 . 153 Richard died in 1508 without legitimate children, and by 1511 Heyford passed to John Baynton of Fulstone ( Wilts .), 154 the descendant of Nicholas Baynton and his wife Joan . 155 In 1528 John's son


    of Hampton Poyle , 166, 168 Fulk , ld. Fitzwarine, see Bourchier Fuller , John, miller, 296 Fulmer (Bucks.), 114 Fulstone ( Wilts .), 186 Fulwell , in Mixbury , 2, 5, 6, 251, 252, 348, 355, 361; Bridge, 116,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exlasiarm, 29th Nov. 1821. V rI rd ~ 6LOCKWVOOD'S ASSIGNMENT. b - 5T1IFEREASREUBEN LOCKWOOD, late Or h11 9 7 of Fulstone, in the Parist of Kirkburton, in 0T tie Cournty of York, but now of the Town of Staffordl, 41 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through the tc - seyral Townships of Qaick, Lords MWeer, Helm,- Marcde in- Almondbury, Austonley, UppertIolnr, tt Cart worth, Wooldale, Fulstone, and Shepley, or some i of, them-; and also through the several Paris es of Sad- - dlevorth, Almondbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t. Illoyle, Neweastle-upont-Tynte, merchant - 3 R. Tttrtter, Liverpool, merchant - 3 A. Sewand, New Sarttn, clothier - 3 I-. Fulstone, Cottingham, auetioncer 4 t D. Bdtrtlett, Bath, pcttko-maker - 6 J. Gatnson, Gaitioburnh, netcer T. Hewitt,'Carlisle, traper 6 J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Cl HEAP CLOTH WAREHOUSE, No. 39, ViCAR.LANE, LEEDS. J01-I HEPWOk11TH Masnufacturer, of Superfine Cloths, fl ieritymeresi Lacsdiia6inths, &s- biegd to -informi his Friersds ah 1.nt thle iPubiic Iin eneral.-that for the present Sesason he has 55 ~rr KYIILENE R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the folloving Week, at the West.Riding IUnion Bank, Dewsbury. DIROADHEADS'ASSIGNMENT.-Whereas Ax JOSEPH BROADHEAD and WILLIAM BROADHEAD, both of Meerhouse, in Fulstone, in the Parish of Kirk. burton, in the County of York, Clothiers, did, in and by 2a certain Indenture Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    gr. 1081. -, Rog., p. 1362. -, Wm., p. 332. Folke , , capt., p. 410. Folkestone , 330, 1372; (Fulstone) 2647, 3066, (vi), 3687. Folkys , Simon, p. 1117. Folque , Estienne, 2152. Foly park, p. 1409. Foly John

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 6 May 1830, 06 May 1830-06 May 1830

    the township of Cartworth ;-of the Gentry, Freeholders, Merchants, Manufacturers and others, Inhabitants of the township of Upperthong ;-and, of Fulstone , in the west riding of the county of York ,-were presented, and read; setting forth, That the Petitioners

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, Index K-Z

    of York at Wakefield; from Thurstonland. - Farnley Tyas; Honley; Shepley; and Dalton. - Scammonden; and Mirfield. - Huddersfield; Upperthong; Fulstone; Cartworth; Hepworth; Austonley; Wooldale; Holme; Denby; and Cumberworth. - Kirkburton; and Kirkheaton. - Wakefield. - Pomfret. - Sandall Magna.

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