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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Middleton St. George

    of the manor, and cannot be traced with certainty. It may possibly be identified with Goosepool. 117 WEST HARTBURN WEST HARTBURN ( Hartburn , Hertburn, c. 1200; West Hertburn, xiv cent.) was held with Nether Middleton as one estate, and

    North division Barmston Barmston 1756

    in the Middle Ages, is probably Anglian, meaning 'Beorn's farm'. 98 The parish also included the settlements of Hartburn and Winkton . Hartburn lay in the north-eastern corner of the parish in the late 12th century, next to Earl's dike

    Parishes Long Newton

    Surtees gives Richard Hartburn as rector in 1558 and Edward Banks in 1562 (op. cit. iii, 217). Sharp, Mem. of Rebellion of 1569, pp. 258-60. In the list of indictments the name is given as Robert Hartburn (ibid. 229). Dep.

    Parishes Redmarshall

    years' lease of the whole vill was granted to William Hartburn at a rent of £20; the previous rent had been £16. 67 William was probably the son of John Hartburn mentioned above who in 1478 died holding the second

    Parishes Stockton on Tees

    half of its parish, with Hartburn to the west and Preston to the south-west. Between these latter townships flows Hartburn Beck , which gives a name to East Hartburn here and also to West Hartburn some miles off in Middleton

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

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    of arts Employment: schoolmaster of Morpeth Location: Morpeth (Northumberland) Place(s): Morpeth (Morpeth) : undefined Location: Westminster (Westm') : undefined Location: Hartburn (Northumberland) Place(s): Netherwitton (Witton, Nether Weton, Nether Witton) : chapelry Location: Hartburn (Northumberland) Place(s): Hartburn (Harborne) : ecclesiastical parish


    Ryton (Durham) Place(s): Ryton (Ryton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Alnwick (Northumberland) Place(s): Alnwick (Alnwick) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hartburn (Northumberland) Place(s): Hartburn(Hartburn) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Morpeth (Northumberland) Place(s): Morpeth (Morpeth) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne (Newcastle


    Cannot identify Location: Kirkham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Abbey of Kirkham (Kirkham Abbaye) : religious house Location: Rothley (Rothley) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Hartburn (Northumberland) Place(s): Hartburn (Harburne) : undefined Location: Northumberland Location: Wawne (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Wawne (Waughen) : ecclesiastical parish


    Newton (Long Newton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: MichaelMiddleton [Middleton] Role: witness Details: male; 44; Yeoman Location: Stockton-on-tees (Durham) Place(s): Hartburn Beck (Hartburn) : undefined Participant: WilliamMiller [Miller] Role: witness Details: male; 64; Gentleman Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Sedgefield (Sedgfield) :


    Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Beverley (Beverley) : town Location: Barton (Barton) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Hartburn (Northumberland) Place(s): Rothley (Rothley) : undefined Hartburn (Harburne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Location: Northidbre (Northidbre) : archdeaconry Cannot identify

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    provision merchants-Smith and Son, Devon- port, general factors-Haigh, Maroden, and Co. Huddersfield, fancy woollen manufac'urers-Mitistell and Temple, Belting. hem and Hartburn, Northumberland, occupiers of a colliery and land-W. Rlillirr and P. Nowlson, Clarke's place,, Isling- ron, linen drap ro-Hotharn and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoke Newington, grocer. J. Field, Bramley, Yorkshire, publican. R. Lawson, Doncaster, Yorkshire, brewer.. T. F. Sawyer, Romford, tailor. R. Anderson, Hartburn, Northumberland, farmer. W. Bentley, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, tailor. G. Carstairs, Foley place, cabinet maker. H. Green, Camden town, omnibus driver. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oousUon exceeds ocuiiin-W ho e, nise x. 'IHenarlsekl Gordo 0. n. 5 ILE and Indigestion, Sick Headache, Flatulency, M o Hartburn, and a1l BMlono and Liver AffectonloB are mpeedfly removed by' the usea of COCKLE'S ANTIBJUIOUS PILLS, which ha"e now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAG lIlA the Pgrcst, Bret a i Cheert PreparetIle se buel 'meot bed fut Sity 1Wcftr8etethe bteinb4 *61 AalDITD NDIGNSTION. HARTBURN a p'W'l esent rGWYM.1;4u slixedi Withl ii Leernor 3j rru, fogn a efeamabt s c~ehfestlS Agetteiw teahlg foat b6le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    K MjEAGNE.SIA the Purest Beste and Cheapest Preparation; lHaml been presciabed far Gltyitessrs ass the isest reniedy foi ACIDITY INDIGESTION, HARTBURN GRAVEL, end GMOUT; smdm, mixed with ihis Lenssn, Syru-,p, forms a pleasant effervescing Aperlent espeeielly for Ladies and Childrem. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H, I

    Ntht., 104. Harry , Stephen ap. See Parry, ap. Hart or Hurde, Mr., 302 ( bis ). -, Nich., 920. Hartburn (Hertburne), Nthld., g. 1417 (10). Hartewe- , John, 938 (2). Hartflowe. See Harfleur. Hartland abbey , Devon, 1458. -,

    Charles II - volume 12, August 1660, 01 August 1660-31 August 1660

    so that he was forced to fly to preserve his life . 87. Rob. Bonner, M.A. For the Rectory of Hartburn, co. Northumberland, void by death of John Snape, and in His Majesty's gift by vacancy of the see of Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 19 February 1830, 19 February 1830-19 February 1830

    Wallington Bridge, all in the parish of Hartburn , and county of Northumberland ; a Road from the said present Road, at or near Belsay Fir Plantation, in the said parish of Hartburn , to the town or village of

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    g. 132 (68). Dean Magna, Glouc., 438 (1 m. 18). Dean ( surname ). See Dene. Deanham (Dennom), Nthld. [in Hartburn ] , g. 485 (26), 2863 (5). Deapole , Herbert. See Pole. Debardes , Debardy or Debardys. See Bardi.

    Charles II, January 1677, 01 January 1677-31 January 1677

    to grant a dispensation to Matthew Bonner, chaplain to the Bishop of Carlisle, to accept and hold the vicarage of Hartburn with that of Warkworth, which he now holds, both in Northumberland. [ S.P. Dom., Entry Book 27, f . Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 June 1834, 16 June 1834

    its Vicinity, in the Parish of Hartburn and County of Northumberland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Gentry, Clergy, Hartburn: Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Parish of Hartburn, in the County of Northumberland, whose Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    ; Upminster ; Much and Little Hadham ; and Rhuddlan, 582.—Totnes; Hartland; Castle Martin; and Manorbeer, 588.—Kirk Whelpington ; Cambo; Hartburn ; and Netherwitton, 589.— Bryngwran, 624.-—Conwy and Abernant; Llanboidy; Shering; Pakenham; Wattisfield ; and Thorverton, 645. — Southleigh ; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    and Burslem, 527. Hanslope, 594. Harber- tonford Totness, 520. Harleston, 520. Harlow, 520. Harrold, 567. Harpole, 520. Harston, 521, p. Hartburn, 540. Hartland, 520. Harting, 521, p. Harwich, Bathside, 527. Haslingden (Two Petitions), 520. Haslmgton, 498, p. Hatfield, 588. Hatfield Subscribers-only content

    Abstracts Of The Returns Made By The Overseers of the Poor, In Pursuance Of An Act passed in the Sixteenth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, Intituled, ``An Act for obliging the Overseers of the Po..., 21 May 1776

    fir.ya aSraa.'/ir_ //ar«2>az» 6'2«r/y?a// CW/rr/aa Parilh < Townfliips,«iz. fltwzvV/er-' a8irz/t-y Chapelry GnV.'Bs> .'53 5—vaAztra Corfcnfide Pariih. CAey?rrAi5/)r 1 Townfhip 5 Hartburn " Parifh. TownfhipSjW'z. CazaAa DraaAedza A"arai/__'i' Grrra /.rijA/aa //ar/inf/o» //arwao- A'irAAi/2 SAa//a, /fay? D\ /fr'ryif *r_/A'af/»» 7 Demefne V Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1713, 10 April 1713

    Town of Chapel. Stockton upon Teys, in the County of Durham,and of the principal Inhabitants of Norton, Blakißon, Preßon, and Hartburn, on the behalf of themfelves and the feveral other Inhabitants within the faiil Borough and Town- iliips, was prefented Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNTON, Roger (d.1430), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    whereas one tradition has it that he came to Newcastle from the west, possibly growing up in the parish of Hartburn in Northumberland, another portrays him as the descendant of an ancient Yorkshire family which lived at Thornton near Bradford


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