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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Subberthwaite

    part; High and Low Stennerley and Gawthwaite in the lower part. The total population in 1901 was 99. The road from Broughton to Lowick Green crosses the hills in this township, and at Gawthwaite is joined by a road from

    Index A-K

    see Lancaster , John of Gaunt, dk. of Gavelkind , 377 Gawgate , see Galgate Gawthwaite , Gorthwaite, Golder- with, 354 n , 358 Gawthwaite Moor , 358 Gaylesthorpe , Thos. de, 117 Gaythorne , Rev. Miles , 64 Gazellands

  • * British History Online *

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    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 1-15 George II (1727-42)

    Charles Kershaw, merch. taylor Thomas Whitfield, cordwainer Conyers Metcalf, merch. taylor William Bussey, joyner & sawyer Thomas Jackson, cooper Francis Gawthwaite, gardiner William Bolton, carpenter Edward Burton, currier William Eshelby, cook Tho. Sowerby, plumer & glazier John Wright, barber surgeon

    Index, D-J

    278; Fran. 255; Joh. 14, 200, 239; Jos. 187; Mat. 244; Tho. 265; Will. 199, 239, 244, 260, 265, 278 Gawthwaite , Fran. 255 Gawtris , Tho. 132 Gayton , Hen. 125 Gearge , Milo, 61 Geffray , Will. 4.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a union with Henry, and a similar idea seems to impress itself on the variable mind of the hero himself. Gawthwaite has resolved to quit the scene of his disappointment, but first determines to give both the causes of it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coach being Tom Turner, B.A. (Mr. Gilbert), who in a humbler way is assisted in his scholastic duties by Joshua Gawthwaite, the Dale schoolmaster (Mr. Compton). The reading party includes members of diverse tastes; Armstrong (Mr. F. Archer), for example, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appearance on this stage was hailed with a welcome of the most enthusiastic description. Directly be presented himself as Joshua Gawthwaite, the Cumberland schoolmaster, the entire audience gave him such a greeting that for some minutes the popular actor had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    offered to give to him £5 for the dog if it was " lucky " untU Christmas. - George Henry Gawthwaite, a boy nine years of age, son of an innkeeper at Moldgreen, saw the defendant strike the dog with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by G. Gilbanke. X ' J Boae-ABT. - On Friday night last, the slaughter- house of Mr. John Dixon, of Gawthwaite, butcher, waa broken into, and six whole carcases ol muttcn, snd several joints ot beef carried off. Oue fine Subscribers-only content

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