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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Rob.: 78. Roger: 506. Thomas, of Bedlington: juror, 132. Thomas, of Eslington: deputy for Middle March, 754 7. Tho., of Hepscott: watch by, 452. William: slain by David Ellot, 546, 547. Ogles : their alliances, 74; their Scottish blood feuds, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1534, 16-20, 16 May 1534-20 May 1534

    the park at Dacres; and at Graystokk. x. Stock of cattle in Northumberland, viz., at Morpeth, in Clyfftoun felde and Hepscott, with Cuthbert Ascue, and also in the keeping of John Haslop, Thos. Yrvand, Thos. Nelesonn, Thos. Askew, John Nicholsoun.

    Elizabeth, April 1586, 01 April 1586-30 April 1586

    Dave Daveson of Hawden, that he and his accomplices about April 1584 had stolen and recepted of his out of Hepscott, two horses, one mare, done against the virtue of truce, not yet redressed. He craveth justice therein. Complains Roger Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, November 1597, 01 November 1597-30 November 1597

    the ward, " viz ., by Nicholas Thornton of Witton uppon Wyndgayttes edge with his divisyon; by Thomas Ogell of Hepscott att Hedley wood head; by the Lord Ogells deputy and the balif of Ughame at Hairlaw picke; by John Subscribers-only content

    Index, F - K

    " VIII. , A gold picture of, 9 Henson Henry , 250 " William , 178 Hepper John , 327 Hepscott , co. Nonhumberland, 47, 132 Herbert , Elizabeth, 221 Hereford , co., 145, 146, 147 148 [Hermitage ] Armitage

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bastes 12,. 6d., Walker's 12s. Gd., West Hart. ley 14B., Eden Main 17o., Cowper Hartley 14s. 3d. Wall's End--Hebburn 15s., Hepscott 14s., Northumoberland 148. Shorncliffe 1-Is. Gd., Adelaide Tees 17s. 9d. Ships at War. ket 219 ; aold 117. TaE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Giovanni, on shore, mudi damaged; British bargue Harvest 1onie, (n shloje, sligi tl rNlaniiged; Bribish barlvc HlongKong, skraldule.d;[ Britisl ship Hepscott, wreck; British ship Xi naldie wreck; British har que Louisa Bailii, strallied ; Oldenber4g blig Liilra, Irrecl;; Bri- tish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hawk's Eye ran a bye Castor Oil beat Nancy Paul Jones beat Davy Russell Tom Holtby beat Canthanide Bessay beat Hepscott Neashamn kl) beat Yonug Eden Skifty heat Joiner Lad Mayor of Warkwotth beat Fly Chariotte Clan W.beatVoltsgaer Picture beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyke. Breconshire, Monday, Myeidd Iltydd; Friday, Cwny- willim. Brookside, Monday, Newmarket Hill; Thursday, Tele- combo Tye-at half-past 10. MoptTuesday , Hepscott; Friday, Morpeth North, G~fate-tihhalf. past 10. Newcastle and Gateshead, Monday, Coal Barn: Thurs- day, Berwick-at half-past 10. Stockton, Billinghasm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Gazelle and one European seacunny of the Anonyma being Lthe only fatal acidents, although three men of the z Hepscott were severely injured by the falling of the mast. Among the Chinese the number of killed l and drowned Subscribers-only content

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