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

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    CP.F.349

    Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : undefined Participant: ThomasSt Quintin [Santquyntyn] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : undefined Participant: AliceGrendale [Grendale] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of John Grendale Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham)

    TEST.CP.1734/1

    Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : undefined Participant: TimothyBarmby [Barmby] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Nephew of the deceased; Proposed legatees of the goods and chattels of Stephen Barmby senior, deceased, late of Harpham Employment: Participant: StephenBarmby [Barmby] Role:

    TEST.CP.1738/13

    (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : undefined Participant: MargaretThompson [Thompson] Role: undefined Details: female; Widow of deceased, then wife of James Robson. Relict of, and appointed administrator of the goods and chattels of, John Thompson, deceased, late of Harpham. Margaret Thompson

    CP.G.1044

    Details: male; 30; clerk Employment: curate of Harpham Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : chapelry Participant: Thomas Smith [Smyth] Role: witness Details: male; 30; husbandman Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : chapelry Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Burton

    CP.G.292

    Role: witness Details: male; 26; gentleman Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham(Harpham) : township Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ganstead (Gaynstede, Gannstede) : undefined Location: Burton Agnes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harpham (Herpham) : township Location: Burton Agnes (Burton) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British History Online * *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1594, 01 January 1594-31 December 1594

    Stafforth, and Gregory Stafforth Hillary Dakyns and Elizabeth his wife and Elizabeth Howe, widow Cottage with lands in Lowthorpe and Harpham. Richard Tempest, junr. Christopher Popeley, gent., and Mary his wife 6 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Popeley,

    Treasury Warrants, July 1718, 26-31, 26 July 1718-31 July 1718

    5 s. for carriage to London of a large iron instrument for edging all sorts of coin; Samuel Smith and Harpham (at Hull) for counterfeiting Danish money; Isabell Gaine (Old Bailey); Barbary Spencer and Mary Jones (in Surrey); Elizabeth Saunders

    Historical Collections, 1637 (2 of 5)

    the Attorney-General said, here was the offence of the Bishop to draw from Harpham the substance of what he had sworn, the Charge being for tampering with Harpham , and other the King's witnesses. Bates saith he was sent with

    Charles I - volume 269, June 1-20, 1634, 01 June 1634-20 June 1634

    co. York, and Dr. Stanhope, vicar of the same, complaining against William St. Quentin of Harpham, for inclosing land lying in the common fields of Harpham, the writers called before them the petitioners and Mr. St. Quentin, but finding their Subscribers-only content

    Volume 15, January 1651, 01 January 1651-31 January 1651

    . in Spain, for the use of the fleet now commanded by him. 11. Mr. Frost, sen., to give Wm. Harpham, one of the attorneys of the Exchequer, a certificate of what recognizances were acknowledged before him by officers who Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. QUINTIN, William (?1699-1770), of Harpham, Yorks.

    QUINTIN, William (?1699-1770), of Harpham, Yorks. Constituency Dates Thirsk 1722 301727 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Yorks. 1729-30. Biography Returned as a government supporter on the Frankland interest in 1722, William St. Quintin did not stand again. He died 9 May 1770.

    ST. QUINTIN, Matthew Chitty (?1701-83), of Harpham, Yorks.

    Chitty (?1701-83), of Harpham, Yorks. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1 Mar. 1728 301734 Biography Matthew Chitty St. Quintin was brought in at Old Sarum by Thomas Pitt at a by-election in 1728, after standing unsuccessfully for his uncle’s former seat

    ST. QUINTIN, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (c.1662-1723), of Harpham, Yorks.

    3rd Bt. (c.1662-1723), of Harpham, Yorks. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull 1695 30 June 1723 Ofifces Held Commr. of customs 1698-1701, of revenue [I] 1706-13; ld. of Treasury 1714-17; jt. vice-treasurer [I] 1720-d. Biography Sir William St. Quintin sat for Hull as

    ST. QUINTIN, Sir John (c.1347-1398), of Harpham and Brandesburton, Yorks.

    John (c.1347-1398), of Harpham and Brandesburton, Yorks. Constituency Dates Yorkshire Oct. 1382 Yorkshire 1386 Yorkshire 1395 Ofifces Held Collector of taxes, Yorks. (E. Riding) Dec. 1372, Dec. 1384; assessor May 1379. Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Yorks. (E. Riding) Apr.,

    ST. QUINTIN, William (c.1662-1723), of Harpham, Yorks.

    William (c.1662-1723), of Harpham, Yorks. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull 1695 30 June 1723 Ofifces Held Chamberlain, Hull 1689, mayor 1700, 1715. Ofifces Held Commr. customs Sept. 1698–Nov. 1701, revenue [I] 1706–Jan. 1713, alienations office 1717; ld. of Treasury 1714–17; PC [I]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of colliers on strike ta lee place at B ilston.* Anotber incendiary fire is discovered on the Yorks'bire Wolds, at Harpham, between Breslington and Drifteld. It is estii nated that in the Yorkshire Wolds and North Lincolns hire 10,0001. woi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In conclusion he proposed, "That wve, the members of his congurega tion, extendi our hoartiest welcome to the Rev. 1P.R Harpham on coming among ius as rector; that we assure him of our deepest sympathy in his york, ad tmist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norman, ' but after all, sab is, paid," The Magistrates at Rothlrham have committed for trial a farm servant namned Harpham, on a charge of violently assaulting Mr. Jackson. farmer, of Todwick. An ill-feeling appears to have existed between the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Room. Mr. Armytsge conducted. The well-known breed of shorthorns belonging to the executors of the late Mr. E. Robinson, of Harpham, near Driffield, was sold by auction on Tuesday. Good prices were realised. ' An American lady, amember of tbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charged d with having obtained gioney by false pretences from. Councillor 1. Oldbury, Major Nayler, and the Rev. L.. Ht Harpham (rector of St. John's). The flirst-naeted charge was proceeded with.. The evidence showed that g the prisoner went to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1773, 26 March 1773

    enclofing the feveral Open Arable Fields, Parcels " of Meadow or Pafture and other Grounds, within' " the Parifh of Harpham, in the Parifh. of Agnes-Biir- " ton, in the Eaft Riding of the County of Tork;" to which they Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1773, 30 March 1773

    enclofmg the feveral Open Arable <c Fields, Parcels of Meadow or Pafture and other " Grounds, within the Parifh of Harpham, in the Pa- " rifh of Agnes-Burton, in the Eaft Riding of the " County of York." Hodie 1 Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1773, 6 April 1773

    the Two preced- Bills. To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the faid Bills, without any Amendment. ne Harpham The Lord Vifcount Wentworth reported from the EnclofureBill. Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, '* An tc Aa: Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1773, 6 April 1773

    the feveral Open Arable clofure ßül; " Fields, Parcels of Meadow or Pafture, and other " Grounds, within the Parifh of Harpham, in the Pa- " rifh of Agnes-Burtony in the Eaft Riding of the " Countv of York." The Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1773, 7 April 1773

    the feveral Open Arable Fields, Parcels of Meadow " or Pafture and other Grounds, within the Town- " fliip of Harpham, in the Parifh of Agnes-Burton, in " the Eaft Riding of the County of Tork." " An " Act Subscribers-only content

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