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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stranton

    from his assignees by George Pearson of Durham , whose daughter and heir Elizabeth Jane married George Hutton Wilkinson of Harperley in Auckland . 89 In 1849 G. H. Wilkinson sold half the manor to the trustees of Lord Eldon

    Parishes Stockton on Tees

    The landowners who obtained 90 acres or more were: John Jesson and Roger Fewler, 365; John Jenkins , 343; Thomas Harperley , 173; Mark Wapp, 152; Robert Wright , 107; Elizabeth Burdon and George her son , 102; John Bunting

  • * British History Online *

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    bottom, insert as a heading Co. Worcester. 1025, lines 10 and 12, for Scidmerly read Kidmerly. 1025, line 31, for Harperley read Harpeley. 1025, 41, for Blagranc read Blagrane. 1025, 15 from bottom, for Cant. [ sic for Camb. ]

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. William & Mary (1689-94)

    tayler Chris. Cotham, free labourer Chris. Wright, per redemp. Johannes Wright, per redemp. Johannes Neleton, sadler Anthony Preston, fruterer Edw. Harperley, tallowchandler Thomas Wilson, clothier Jacobus Day, tanner Matth us Tash, joyner Thomas Wait, merchant tayler Thomas Carpenter George Harrison,

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

    John Walker, taylor, son of George Walker, butcher Ralph Dalton, shoemaker, son of William Dalton, currier John Harperley, marriner, son of Edward Harperley, tallow chandler William Yates, merchant, son of William Yates, carpenter John Lashley, scholemaster, son of John Lashley,

    State Papers, 1655, March (4 of 8), 01 March 1655-31 March 1655

    the names of two in especiall, viz. mr. Willyams or Willyamson, of St. Helen Aukland, and mr. Joseph Crawdock of Harperley; two as eminent (by information) for evill words and actions against the present power, as any can be found,

    Sessions Books, 1707

    Newgate, to be placed before the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffs ( ibid .) Order for the discharge of Ann Harperley, apprenticed to Ann Gordon, then of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, muff maker (p. 43) [Pages 45 62, 65 67 blank. ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NEWS. LEEDS. To LIBeRsXL AND FREE TRADE PARLIMtENTARY DOnOUGII ELECTORS.-W\e take the last opportunity ve shall have at present of reminding borough electors that tle following tbuings are required to he done to secure the entry of their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lwriter, and inanuy of his novels have run through several editions. Aged 43. The Rev. G. P. Wilirinson, J.P., of Harperley 1 Park, near Bishop Auckland, ciea at hLis residence at au c earls hour on Thurslay mnoruing. Ile wvas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RULNil[NG APPOINTSETEN', FOXHOUNDS. -- 3ADSWOn~ ....... ThurH2Z., DC. 160..Darton.. ...........r...... 10,S ; \ Eatur,, Doc .ene. t7 ...................... Rene.i:....i .03 iTues., Dlec. 20..Bilham .1.... 'Thusre De~e. 22. .Highled House, Worn. eusley . ....... 0.9a - - I Satur., Dee. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beatDarwen by 8 goals to gil, R'ichmond, the Darwen goalkeeper, leaving the field hurt just atter half-time. MIanchester b at Harperley Arcadsians by two goals to one. Black- bhrl Olympic beat Tartion in the Lancashire Cup Tie by eight goals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1846, after taking his degree at Dur- hamn. He has since held various appointments, the last of them being at Harperley and at Crook. He was warmly e1osratulated on-his appointment, and no more popular choice could have beenmade. . THE Subscribers-only content

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