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  • * Victoria County History *

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    w and their two daughters Harriet Hepburn and Charlotte Elizabeth Blencowe . 53 It then descended in the families of Hepburn and Blencowe until 1906, 54 after which, on the extinction of the Hepburn line, it was held entire by

    Modern Beverley Beverley, 1918– 1945

    moreover, when shipbuilding in the north-east suffered a catastrophic loss of orders. Hodgson's tannery was taken over by Barrow , Hepburn & Gale , a national concern, in 1920 . After expanding to meet wartime demands the tannery stagnated in

    Modern Beverley Beverley after 1945

    w as at risk from foreign competition, and it was also beginning to be threatened by synthetic materials. Barrow , Hepburn & Gale , the owner of Hodgson's, established Bevaloid as a separate company in 1956 to manufacture chemicals. In

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    T. C., 274 Thos., 57 Wm. (d. 1640), 201, 203 Wm. (d. 1936), 274 Barrow , John, 199 Barrow , Hepburn & Gale , 153, 157, 159 Barthorpe , Geo., 201, 203 Barton : John of (fl. 1347-67 ), 198

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perpetrators of acts of incendiarism in different parts of the county of Durham, two of which are made by the Hepburn Association for the prosecution offelons, one by Lord Ravens. worth, andl the fourth by M. Bell, Esq, M.P. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bloonnsbury square. J. P. Williams, Last Stonehouse, Devonshire, draper. [Ashurst & Galusford, Cheapside. H. Goodhall, Iathbone place, Oxford ast. upholsterer. [Hepburn, Copthallcourt. A. L.Sangrouber, Gerrard at. Westmin~ster,tailor. [Richardsou&Pike,Geoldenaq. R. Hughies, Addle st. licensed victualler. [Sandell, Bread st. Ciseapside. J. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addressed, it is said by a Tory Journal, the electors on the htefsrni itutene~t. Heuddhagts" Oi;etrict of Biergas.-Sir Thomas Bachan Hepburn annoeunces oimanl a catididate ott thle I' ry iiitere.9t; Rismaraasck.-It is rumouireil that a rela~ive of the Earl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or two previously, and with it strangled St1CIDE.-On Thursday evening au inquest was held on the body of IMr Luwrellce Hepburn, land steward to the Earl of Clarendon, who destroyed himself by nearly severing his head from his body. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    done to relieve the widow of orle selo did so mucir it the truest spirit of discovery. -Sir Thomas Bucitan Hepburn was unattimots1y elected mennber for East Lothianu on Satturdiay; he is a Tiury, arid succeeds onre-Lord Ranisay, now the Subscribers-only content


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