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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Chester-le-Street

    and services of the tenants holding of the church within Chester and Waldridge , and the whole demesne land of Harraton . He was also to have the buildings attached to the chapelries, only allowing the prebendaries room to stack

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    he and Bernard Jackson paid the subsidy of 1624 for land in Elwick . 25 In 1649 John Jackson of Harraton , a lieutenant-colonel in the king's army, when compounding for his estate, stated that Roger Harker , John Brach

    Parishes Middleton St. George

    conveyed two messuages and nine oxgangs of land here held of the bishop by knight service to John Hedworth of Harraton for the purposes of a settlement on John and Anne his wife, daughter of George and Jane Hall .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEDWORTH, John (1683-1747), of Chester Deanery, Durham

    established at Harraton, Durham since the 13th century, and a cadet branch was established at Chester-le-Street in 1614 when a younger son was granted Chester Deanery by the crown. The wealth and status of the Hedworths of Harraton stemmed in

    LAMBTON, William Henry (1764-97), of Lambton, co. Dur.

    richest commoner families in England. Their fortune was founded on the coal which lay beneath the former Hedworth estates at Harraton on the north bank of the Wear, which came into their hands through the marriage in 1696 of this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Demr Adelaide' Griselda- - Prinress Royai. Amsterdam Hal-o.-Kirklieoi Prioress' Ancient Briton Hamlet - Production Appendlix; Barefout - Queen Ohaniotte Arsenal Harraton Queen of she East Aston Harry Stahisey Queenstowrn Australian Maid Heir-at-Low Queen Bess-- Aysgartli Heiress . are Avis Bankrupt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chatter- Lady Mary . box-Pnuk Bonnet . S Mr. Hargreasves' Bankrupt . S3 Mr. Shelley's Lifeboat. 4 Mr. Harrison nas Harraton.. S Mr. Thompson's Herne . Mr. Haywood nas Aysgsrtl.. S Mr. Thompson'sPrecious Stonee Mr. Hodgman nas Margery Col. Townley's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2vorfiq THE BIRMINGHAM STEEPLE CHASES. - NTRIES. MILITARY SWEEPSTAKE. A SWRse'srsA.E of I0 sovi. each, hi. ft., with A added fromn the and, and £50. from the town of Birmingham, for horses bonaJfide and unconditionally the property of Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... ...s , - '?sp rtiq ? DERBY STEEPLE AND FLAT RACES. YESTERDAY. TIIE HARR5NOTOc PLATE ef 30 sovi., added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 6 sovs. each, fortliree-year-oldeand upwards. One mile. 20 subs. Mr Stevens' Gynthia, 3 yrs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,Exporting ?Aldlipa. TATTERSALL'S-YESTERDAY: WARWICK HANDICAP. 4 to 1 agst Yellow Rose-offered. 4 ... 1 Etoile du Nord-taken. 4 .I. 1 T-he Greek-offered. 4 . 1 . Aysgarth-offered. NO RTUABPTONSHIRE STAKES. 6 to 1 agst Gladiolus-offered; take 7 to 1. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Plate, 10 December 1829

    W.E., 34/6 Willington, 33/0 Heaton, 35/0 Pontop, 31/0 Newmarch's W.E.,35/0 Do. 31/0 Lambton's, 36/9 Stobart's W.E., 29/0 Lyon's W.E., 34/0 Harraton, 30/0 Townley, 31 /9 Carr & Co.'s W.E., 28/0 Pontop, 29/0 Redheugh, 29/0 Bewick & Co.'s AV.E., 35/3 Bell Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Primrose, 32/9 Durham, 28/0 Harraton, 30/0 Do. - 29/0 Lyon's W.E., 37/6 Harraton, 30/0 Brown's W.E., 34/0 East Percy, 29/0 Newmarch, 35/6 Do. - 29/0 38/6 Hotspur, W.E., 32/9 Do. - 29/0 Lyon's W.E., 35/9 Harraton, 30/0 Nesham Main, 35/0 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Felling, 29/6 Hebburn, 35/3 Liddell's, 30/0 Newmarch, 35/9 Ord's Redheugh, 30/0 Eden Main, 35/0 Fawcett Main, 31/0 Springwell W.E., 33/6 Harraton, 30/3 Lambton's Primrose, 36/6 Fawcett Main, 31/3 Hotspur, 36/0 Liddell's, 30/6 Willihgton, 38/0 Do. 30/6 Kill*, 36/6 Ord's Redheugh, Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Trader - - | 46/0 Blyth, Scotch, &c. Cowpen Cinders Hartley - Stone Coal Welch Coal Sunderland. Eden Main - Harraton - Lambton - Nesham Ships at Market Sold 39/0 23/0 39/0 48/0 48/0 40/6 38/6 39/9 42/0 80 63i Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    41/0 35/3 Small Coal, Mixed, &c. Heaton Trader Townley Ditto 40/9 37/6 Blyth, Scotch, Cannel Cinders &c. SUNDERLAND. Eden Main Harraton - • Hedsworth High Main - Nesham - Wear Walls-end, " Hunt & Co. - - 47/0 25/0 36/6 Subscribers-only content

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