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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Reedley Hallows, Filly Close and New Laund Booth

    north-west as Byerden Lane, and then, after crossing the river at Pendle Bridge, goes on through New Laund Booth as Greenhead Lane ; a minor road branches off from the bridge to cross Filly Close. The road from Brierfield to

    The parish of Colton

    on either side of the original house, and the road, which formerly was in front, now runs behind it. 22 Greenhead , near Colton Church , is supposed to have been the original seat of the Rawlinsons; they have been

    Townships Goldshaw Booth

    17th-century rental John Stevenson of Heights , Richard Nutter of Hall, John Robinson of Hoarstones and Mr. John Moore of Greenhead occur. 12 The old house of Hoarstones , situated in a southerly projection of the township between the two

    Townships Lower Holker

    house was sold in 1615 . 54 Robert died in 1650 , bequeathing it to his nephew Robert Rawlinson of Greenhead in Colton , 55 who recorded a pedigree in 1665 , his eldest son Curwen being then twenty-three years

    Swaffham Prior

    on Greenhead Hill east of the main street. 63 New building was discouraged after 1970 , 64 although a little infilling along the street was allowed. 65 The largest development was the completion in the early 1970s of the Greenhead

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, February 1560, 21-25, 21 February 1560-25 February 1560

    Grey. The writer's brother also says that he had information that Sir Andrew Ker of Lytelden and the Laird of Greenhead have promised the Queen Dowager that whenever the army of England shall enter Scotland they will burn and destroy

    Index, G, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    Greencloth , the, 294. Greene : one, paymaster of the chamber and stables under the Cofferer, 281. John, 280, 281. Greenhead , laird of, 90. Greenwell , Wm., 22. Greenwich , 217. the Court at, 276, 314. letters dated at,

    Border Papers volume 1, August 1585, 01 August 1585-31 August 1585

    "William Carre of Ancram, James Carre of Lintloe, Robert Carre brother to the said William Carre, Andrew Carr laird of Greenhead, John Rudderfoord of Hunthill, David Muscrope deputie provost of Jedworth, [ ] Kyrton warden serjeant, and James Carre," for Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    from, 310. -, -, 248, 268, 269, 270. Graystock , see Dacre, William, Lord. Great Britain , 467 note . Greenhead , the Laird of, 755 (1), 756 (2). Grenado , Bernardine, see Granado. Grenger , John, 1037. Gresham ,

    Index, G

    757, 847. Greame , Archy, servant to Earl Morton, 567 (2). Great Prior of Scotland , see St. John, Lord. Greenhead , the Laird of, 792 (1). Greenwich , 113, 140, 162 (2), 169 (3), 171, 180, 192 (3), 193,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *s, Hereford, woollen drapers-L. and L. Weotherburn, jun. Huddersfield, tobacconists-Mary Attn and Alice Miner, Thirsk, Yorkshire, milliners-T. Walton and Ce. Greenhead, Durham, miners-J. Tayler and J. Rebinson, Liverpool, fish corers-G. WiNliotoson and Co. Alsoondbury, general merchants-S. Thornp- sort and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be deemed neces- sary, in case of emergency, toprovide a place of reception for such cases, the old windmill at Greenhead, and its adjoining premises appear to me to be one of the most suitable situa- tions. I may add Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ditch near .uckkfield, and who is sa posed to have been urrar- dured, as that of a man named Greenhead, who is well- klnown to them, and is suspected of being concerned in the robbery of about £500. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about the middle of Novena- ber, 1869, a man named James Greenhead was brutally murdered at Cuckfield, and his body afterwards thrown into a ditch at the side of Cuckfleld Church. At the coroner's inquest on the body it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was remanded for enquiry to be made respecting him.- DOWNzD,-.A child named Wm. Booth was drowned In a pool at Greenhead, on Sat~day. fie iand, several other boys were bathng, and he sanks In from 5 to 6 feEt of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KERR, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d. 1716), of Greenhead, Roxburgh.

    (d. 1716), of Greenhead, Roxburgh. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Burgess, Edinburgh 1684. Ofifces Held Commr. for borders [S] 1684, 1685, Equivalent [S] 1715–d. Ofifces Held MP [S], Roxburghshire 1685–6, 1702–7. Biography The Kerrs of Greenhead were a

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 April 1783, 1 April 1783

    Firft vacant defired. Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Upon reading the Petifion and Appeal of John Shortreid of Greenhead, complaining of Three Interlocutors of the Lords of Sefiion in Scotland, of the loai of July, and the 6th Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1783, 1 May 1783

    The Houfe being informed, " That Andrew Brown, Shoi'nt^eid " Refpondent to the Appeal of John Shottreid of Brown. " Greenhead, had not put in his Anfwer to the laid Ap- " peal, though duly ferved with the Order of Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1783, 13 May 1783

    Anfwer of Andrew Brown, Collector of thePoor's Rates in the Burgh of Selkirk, to the Appeal of John Shortreid of Greenhead, was this Day brought in. After hearing Counfel as well Yefterday as this Day Chalmers upon the Petition and Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1815, 8 March 1815

    from the Town of Stanhope, by Edmondbyers, «-« in the County of Durham, to the Corbridge Turnpike « Road, near Greenhead, in the Parifli of Shotley, in the « County of Northumberland;' to which they defire the Concurrence of this Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1815, 10 March 1815

    the Town of Stanhope, by " Edmondbyers, in the County of Durham, to the Cor- " bridge Turnpike Road, near Greenhead, in the Parifh " of Shotley, in the County of Northumberland." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to Subscribers-only content


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