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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, April 1665 , 01 April 1665-30 April 1665

    6. ] Same of same date from same, read and entered, certifying the proposals made by Henry Brabant and Ra Hebburn (who, together with James Ogle, deceased, took the farm of the Excise of Northumberland and Berwick at 1,100 l.

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    2d January 1829. Newcastle. Sunderland. Adair's 34/6 Nesham 34/9 Beaumont 31/6 Russell's High 30/0 Charlotte 32/3 Walls-end, Hetton 37/9 38/0 Hebburn 35/0 Do. Stewart 37/6 38/0 Holywell 34/0 Blyth, Scotch, Welch and Yorkshire. Ord's Redheugh 30/6 Hartley 31/6 Percy, East

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    the Musters in Ireland, 148. Heall , Thomas, house of, eight miles from Plymouth, 349. Heath , Captain, 145, 331. Hebburn , 239. Heckford (Hecford), Thomas, of Colchester, letters signed by, 200, 396. Hee le , Mr. Serjeant, 425. Heigham

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 05 April 1830

    Felling 20 20 Gosforth Gosforth W.E. 31 - Heaton Heaton W.E. 30 31 Heaton Main 28 31 Hebburn Ellison's W.E. 27 30 Hebburn 25 28 Heworth Heworth W.E. 24 - Dean's Primrose 22 23 Holywell Clark and Co.'s W.E. 25

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    6,570 1 5 Forest 959 2 6 Garesfield 1,685 2 2 Gray's Steam 444 0 97 Heaton 23,865 1 89 Hebburn 20,916 2 93 Holywell 28,375 0 2 Howard Main 449 3 1 Jarrow Low Main 177 3 20 Kenton

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Backworth - Benwell - Burradon and Killingvvortb Collingvvood - - - Coxlodge - Elswick - Favvdon Felling Heaton - - Hebburn - Heworth - Hotspur - - - Jarrow Low Moor and South Moor Manor Walls-end - Ouston Percy Main Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    & Co.'s W.E., Riddell's W.E., 38/9 53/f Bel! & Brown's W.E., 37/0 Liddell's Main, 30/6 Bewick & Co.'s W.E., 38/6 Hebburn, 36/0 Pontop, 32/6 Russell's W.E., 40/0 Kill*, 38/9 Liddell's Main, 32/6 Peareth's W.E., 37/0 Ord's Redheugh, 33/6 Burdon, 38/6 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    36/0 Eden Main, 35/0 Bewick & Co.'s W.E'., 38/6 Bell & Robson's W.E., 36/0 Do. 39/0 Kill*11, 35/9 Pontop, 31/6 Hebburn, 36/0 East Percy, 29/6 Primrose, 32/9 Durham, 28/0 Harraton, 30/0 Do. - 29/0 Lyon's W.E., 37/6 Harraton, 30/0 Brown's Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    32/6 Lambton's W.E., 42/0 Eden Main, 35/9 Stewart's W.E., 44/0 Do. - 38/6 Newmarch's W.E., 40/0 Burdon, 37/6 Willington, 40/0 Hebburn, 38/0 Pontop, 35/0 Riddell's W.E., 40/3 Northd W.E., 36/3 Old Walker, 33/0 Hetton's W.E., 43/6 Cleveland W.E., 40/0 Pelaw Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    63 40 94| 83| 77i 7H 55f 48$ Russell's W.E., 44/9 Haylerigg, 39/0 Ord's Redheugh, 34/3 Bewick & Co., 46/0 Hebburn, 44/6 Wylaru, 37/6 Willington, 48/0 Wylam, 40/0 Pontop, 36/6 Do. 45/0 Charlotte, 42/6 Wylam, 40/0 Do. 39/3 Do - Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. The following is a melancholy and singular instance of the bad effects produced by chastising children too severely -A few days ago, a girl who had been severely beaten by her mother, threatened to put a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At the Newcastle Assizess on Saturday, Wsilliarm Willis, aged 22, was charged with the wiltfl marder of Thomas Lee, at Hebburn Qeaay, on the 23rd of July. A number of pitmrn and sailors, with their respective friends, had been to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remarkable. There are not less than four at this moment actually so progress; namely, the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, the Hebburn and Blaydon Railway, the Sunderlaud and Durham Railway, and the Durham Junction Railway, and there are four more in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I COMMERCE. SHARE LiST. Div. Iaid. Price. Gland Junrclie rl Calal 12 0 0 Ii ]0. 219 Manchester&VLiVverpoRail ay t 0 0 O 90 201 L,,doa and Birmingham Do 1. O0 *17 Loldon l)ock 2 l 0 10 7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sable termsini the famous collieries of the old Roman wall (Wall's End), of St 1Hilda, of the Hutton seam, of Hebburn, Jarrow, Percy, Walker, Laeobton, St Lawrence, &c., disembogue their treasures for the supply of London and their thousand- other Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.2726

    Role: defendant Details: female Participant: Thomas Fisher [Fisher] Role: undefined Details: male; senior, deceased, died intestate Location: Jarrow (Durham) Place(s): Hebburn (South Hebborne) : undefined This identification is uncertainBarrow (Cheshire) Barrow (Barowe) : ecclesiastical parish This identificatino is uncertainDurham (Dunelmen)

 

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