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

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    CP.E.22

    Location: Scurby (Scurby) : undefined Cannot identify. Location: Whittingham (Northumberland) Place(s): Whittingham (Whytingham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Addingham (Cumberland) Place(s): Glassonby (Glassaneby, Glassanby) : township Location: Great Salkeld (Cumberland) Place(s): Great Salkeld (Salkild) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Cumberland Place(s): Cumberland

    TEST.CP.1784/8

    Reigny (Newton) : undefined Participant: WilliamGrisdale [Grisdale] Role: witness Details: male; 45 Employment: Cordwainer Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith (Penrith) : undefined Participant: JonathanHarrison [Harrison] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Employment: Husbandman Location: Addingham (Cumberland) Place(s): Glassonby (Glassenby) : undefined

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Egham. Elinton. Eltisley. Esclusham. Evendons. Eye Hall. Farlam. Farrington Gurney. Fishside. Flambard. Frilford. Fulbourn. Furness. Garton, upon the Wolds. Gillingham. Glassonby. Glyncothi. Goxhill. Grange Moor. Grantham. Great Tew. Halcetor. Halton. Ham. Hardwell or Harwell. Harston. Haslingfield. Helston. Hem. Hendon. Hewlington.

    Entry Book, September 1693, 16-30, 16 September 1693-30 September 1693

    the manor of Halton, co. Lanes, the barony of Barton, co. Westmorland, the manors or lordships of Dacre, Kirkoswald, Staffield, Glassonby, Lazonby, Black hall, Brackenwheelsse [? Brackenthwaite ] , Newbiggin, Brampton, Farlam, Irthington, Naworth and Brough, co. Cumberland, are of

    Index, G, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    in Burgh barony: raid of 300 Scots thieves on and 21 men and 2 boys, & c. carried off, 801. Glassonby : muster of, p. 47; parish: spoils in, 809. Glasters , the: a s mall surname of Burgh (1592), Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1581, 01 February 1581-28 February 1581

    Alexander Home, Richard Jackson, Richard Walker, Edward Benson, Robert Walker, Robert Thompson, Christofer Pattinson, Robert Elwoodd, Thomas Bewly, Jo. Lowghe. Glassonby. "No furniture." Jo. Stable, Robert Cook, Christofer Thompson, Robert Sandre, Thomas Cooke, Richard Kydde, Richard Marshall, Rowland Jackson, Robert Subscribers-only content

    Index, General - A-K

    William, 232. Gilshauglin , 59, 379. Gilswath Hospital , 245, 251. Gisburn , Prior of, 303. Glanville , Ranulph, 1. Glassonby , Edward, 234. Gleddall , Jonathan, 145. Glen , Wm. Cunningham, 54. Glenridding , 263. Glenton , Francis, 63.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The nunnery of Armathwaite

    dissolution was scattered in small parcels so far apart as Ainstable , Kirkoswald , Cumwhitton , Blencarn , Kirkland , Glassonby , Crofton and Carlisle . The most extensive estate they possessed in one place was 'the Nouneclose,' consisting of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Little Srisaliold; issu the renauincer, beling the great i bulk of tlse estrut', it freehlold. resi Lot3. AnEsTATE. called GLASSONBY FARMs, situate at 1841 Glassonbly. its the saiid pariahs of Addilngilirn, coesiuling Of It ore Dwlselisug Il~use, lesuiseossas. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hirk?and, Culgaith, Skirwith, I1ongwathby, Edenhall, Addiugham, Iongwathby Moor, Ransonhy and Winakill, Salkeld, Little Salkold, Great Salkeld, Salleeld Haugli, Selkeld Dykes, Glassonby, Laxonhy Kiekoawald, Kirkoewald High, Kielcoowald Low, Baronwood Park, ?Dalo, Sheffield H?hStaffleld Low, Raronwood, Calthwaite, Nunelose, Nuncloso Gate, Castlsrlgg, Reelect, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will have taken place before the remnedy caii be applied.-Daily .ows. A VETERAN COUPLE OF REArngS.-Isalc and Ann Strong, of Glassonby, Cumberland, aged respectively Seventy-tbres end eighty-three years, have appeared at that advanced ago to help forward the operations of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marriage is arranged to talre place in July between Mr. W. B. lowlrey, of Gawthorpe Hall, near Wakefield, Yorkshire, and Glassonby,. Cumberland, and Miss Frances Richards, daughter of the lIon. Albert Norton Richards, formerly Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, and niece Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Knowles preached. On Monday evening the slefw minister was entertaeined t a "recoguition" tea, when Mr. J. T'hourpeon, of Glassonby, presided, and the Rev. W. Fari'ies 'MXr'W. lhobiuson (Notthngia, Institute), and others, 3aliveired addresses. THE LAMBETH CONFERENCE. A Bishop Subscribers-only content

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