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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Durham Rivers, bridges and mills

    is barred by the Gilesgate ridge; it therefore flows westward for half a mile and then, instead of following the route of the preglacial river, through the sand filled hollow connecting the castle plateau with Gilesgate , it cut its

    Durham Charities

    houses in Gilesgate , belonging to Kirby and Messenger's Charities, mentioned in the parliamentary returns of 1786, and £2,835 7 s . consols. The Town Hall, Hagar Leazes Farm, Glake Hall and seven of the houses in Gilesgate were sold

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Durham

    1391 Bishop Skirlaw granted an indulgence of forty days to all who contributed to the support of Magdalen Hospital in Gilesgate ; 6 and a certain vicar of Billingham granted to the hospital a rent of 3 s . in

    Parishes St Giles

    Belmont , Broomside, Carr Ville , Kepier Grange , Old Grange , New Durham , and the greater part of Gilesgate Moor . The parish lies for the most part on the coal measures, though patches of alluvium occur along

    The city of Durham Introduction (1 of 3)

    at the foot of Framwellgate Bridge on the roads from Newcastle and the north and from Lanchester and the north-west; Gilesgate , at the entrance of the roads from the east, one from Sunderland and the other from Hartlepool ,

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

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    TRANS.CP.1779/1

    Role: appellant Details: male; Wife of Samuel Finch, house carpenter and appellate in this cause Location: St Giles (Durham) Place(s): Gilesgate (Gillygate) : undefined Participant: SamuelFinch [Finch] Role: appellate Details: male Employment: House carpenter Location: Durham St Margaret (Durham) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far of John Cain. With regard to Richard Rayne, the other prisoner, the case stands thus There lives at the Gilesgate, in Durham, a pawnbroker named Raine. On Friday afternoon, the 2nd of November, Mr Raine was away from home, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B"roomside Colliery, was called, and said i e limd seea Mr. Dakers caiUvassing at Carvillc and l3roomside. Juhli Slpeitcer, of Gilesgate, Durhali, draper, proved thilt le had called upnce persons whose names were banded to hins by Mr. Dakers, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in St. John's Oyster Market, Liverpool, with Thomas Vincent Samuel Phillips as Thomas Phillips and Co., oyster merchant. FlOI3ERT E1LLIOTT, Gilesgate, city of Durham, innkeeper. MARK SENIOR, Albert Terrace, Dewsbury, artist. ADAM ELLIS, George Street and Market Place, Dews- bury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the scud Towvn.hfps and Frr aInd- ParIshes if Saeint Osawald slid Saint Giles, Othierweise Giltli. thee ent gte, Otheerwcise Gilesgate. AND THAT IT IS ALSO and ;od INTrENDED to obtciinpott'erto males lad neauroit a Bridge Oel todacross the River Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Germaun Yeast, id Drg trades, ned to deliver goods with spring cart. Alply by letter, post-paid, to iames Willan, 106, Gilesgate, Durham. F 31957 FiIktE Advertiser, thoroughly acquainted with the Cloth Trade, .1desires a SITUATION, eithert at home or abroad, Subscribers-only content

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