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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Scotforth

    by Lambert Stodagh; ibid. 73. William Cave (about 1450) gave Lambert Stodagh 4 acres in Hazelrigg in the vill of Scotforth ; ibid. 88. Little Hazelrigg is mentioned in the early Cockersand grants; Chartul . iii, 801. Lambert Stodagh in

    Townships Staveley

    gressom, and if she should die without son or daughter the tenement should remain to James Newby . 3 In Hazelrigg , Seatle 4 and Ayside 5 Christopher Barwick and many other tenants occur. 6 In some cases a payment

    Townships Ellel

    in Ellel . Leicester Abbey , perhaps in right of the chapel, had land, common of pasture, & c., in Hazelrigg , Elmsthwaite and Hallstude. 41 Cockersand Abbey had the estate called the GRANGE , 42 which after the Suppression

    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    included the capital messuage in Halotryse (in Scotforth ), lands, & c., in Lancaster , Scotforth , Eigthwaite, Bailrigg , Hazelrigg and Stodday . It was in 1586 said to be held of Sir Gilbert Gerard in socage by a

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    138 and in the Commonwealth it is said to have been occupied by the family of Marshall and Sir Arthur Hazelrigg , 139 though no evidence of the latter occupation has been found. The house stands in a low situation

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS WARWICK RACES. Yr,s'rcRs.nLx'-Thls meeting seas concluded in really clharmintig weaither, the nun Shining wsith spring-like warntis the sslols of thle thime racing was in progress. 'There was a capital attendance all mon, andthe sport proved of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nursery, RE.NiZ. VOrs or (CYtLINDRICAL. At Newcastle and Gosforth meeting, which rent. mences to-morrow, I shall depend upon the foliowimno:- Hazelrigg Plate, PrERsuPONT: Autumn Handicap, RE3. sANt) or Dsrtcr.Fs Tuesday Selling Nursery, NEw. fOUNT; Gosforth Nrrrserv. LAMrB es \Voor, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as under:-Newcastle Anmmn Handicap, HALL'S BEtST or BoRoT ; Gosforti Ncrrse5 Handicap, GOLDEN CDI? or CRUSOE; Tuesday SeLint Nursery, OLINIERA; Hazelrigg Selling Plate, OSolnlQ or PRESENT ALass: Park Plate, ELOPEMENT Il. (in the absence of ILS LE4f Meldon H1andicap, FRrPOTmL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who was well ridden by H. Chainner. Betty, lvi wvho was much lees fancied than Miss Monden, readily landed the Hazelrigg selling Plate; and ( after Harry Hail, who ran three in the Gusforth Nursery, 2 had secured that prize Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    big this message. To-mnorrow the card embraces aix 3! Isveni01s, and ihy fancies are as follows;:-Mmeldo Handi- Vap, PICKLED BEnnY; Hazelrigg Plate, Wasdsc TownR; doeforth Nursery, LnsrIMN or AUTomiltbuS; Neivehste 31 Autuimn Handicap, BELT.E 1' THE. W isOr LINToci; - Subscribers-only content

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