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    General Index, G, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    officers of Greenhill , , of the Navy Board Greenland , James Greenock , vessels of, captured Greenrigg , Quarter. See Quarter Greenrigg. Greensted , East. See Grinstead. Greenville , Richard Greenwich , co. Kent, fishing smacks of Hospital, Commissioners Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Introduction

    Staveley, Kentmere, Longsleddale, Bannisdale, Strickland Roger, Strickland Kettle, Crook and Winster. Kirkby Kendal included Kirkland, Nethergraveship, Underbarrow with Bradleyfield (anciently Greenrigg), New Hutton and Scalthwaiterigg. Mint included Mintsfeet and Spittal ? Patton included Skelsmergh, Bretherdale and Fawcett Forest ? Selside British History Online

    General Index, P, Q, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    to certificate by notes by, on Redmond Joy's information Q Quadrant , invention of a new Quarantia (Venice), the Quarter Greenrigg , alias Girrick (? Berwickshire) Quary , Colonel Mr. Queen's ( or King's) Bench, Court o f action of Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Anne, Table IX. Scottish Warrants., 01 June 1703-31 December 1703

    and teynds, parsonage and vicarage of Cranshawes parish, as for the principal; also the town and lands of Swintoun, Quarter Greenrigg alias Girrick, Betricksyde and Little Hirears, with the teynds, parsonage and vicarage of the said lands in real warrandice. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    , Hincaster , 168, 174. Greenhead , Reynold, 196. Green Hew , 79, 102, 102 n , 334. Greenrigg , 377. Greenrigg , Ralph, 8. " Robert, 4. " Thomas, 67. " William, 6, 43, 69. Greenup , John, 164. British History Online

    MONCEAUX, Amand (c.1328-1399), of Whinfell, Cumb.

    to him through his second marriage too. His other holdings included a fishery and land at Bankhead, a ‘place’ called Greenrigg, a vaccary at ‘Clethowe’ and farmland in Bromfield.[footnote]Not surprisingly, in view of his long experience of warfare on the History of Parliament

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    zt Petersiurgh, iii his 55th year, Mr W. Reed, Governor of the Emperor of Russia's paper fabric at Peterhofr. At Greenrigg, near Caldheck, Martha Brown), in her 94th year. She possessed a most retentive memory until the day of her Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunt, retailer of ale, Sandown, Isle of Wight. Richard Jones, farmer, Trefnant-ddu, Anglesey. John Kershaw, joiner, Halifax. Joseph Lancaster, farmer, Greenrigg, Cumberland. Henry Lawso n, surgical instrument maker, Sheffield. Charles Levy, cabinet maker, Bristol. Thomas M'Leod, tea dealer, Leeds. Samuel Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28th day of July, 1826, at six o'clock in the evening ; ALL that desirable Customary Fine-certain ESTATE, situate at Greenrigg, in the parishof Caldbeck, in the said county of Cum- tcrtaadTs* present eccapied by Joseph Hawke, as farmer thereof, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fed by E.Dawson, Esq , Aldcliffe Hail. 10 tiis. class wethers, bred and fed by Mr. William Aikin*.i», E>.]., of Greenrigg, Wigton. Cumberland, which took tbe fir«t prize at the Cattle Show held at Carlisle on the 13th inst. 10 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and fed by W. Howson, Esq., Claughton ; twenty first-class wether sheep, bred and fed by Wm. Atkin- son, Esq., Greenrigg, Wigton, Cumberland, which ob- tained the first prize at Carlisle on Monday last ; one first-class pig fed by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Subscription hounds to-morrow at Wick Park • Friday, at Raleigh's Cross- at half-past ten. The Wigton harriers on Wednesday, at Greenrigg : Friday, at l arnrigg Moor- at half-past ten. Mr. Leches hounds to-morrow, at Churton ; Friday, at Overton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cumberland stag hounds oa Wedaesday, at Wreav- it elevea. ' The Wigtoa harriers on Wedaesday, at Welton ; Friday at Greenrigg - at eight. ' Tbe Aikton harriers on Wednesday, atThoraby : Friday at Sebergham - at eight. ' The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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