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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Froxfield

    wheat, barley, and oats. Among place-names occurring in a survey of the parish made in the seventeenth century are Pikes, Holehouse and Rutters in Froxfield tithing, Ruddlecombe, Hewet's Garden, Great and Little Hatchersnap and Hatchersnap Wood, Chesscombes and Old Lytten

    Alstonefield Heathylee HEATHYLEE 1994 HOLLINSCLOUGH 1994

    7 and 8 Hen. V. Ibid. 2nd ct. 22 Hen. VI. Ibid. ct. of 1 and 2 Hen. V (as Holehouse ). Hole Carr in 1568 : ibid. D. 2375M/55/1, rental of 1568. Ibid. D. 2375M/1/1, 5th ct. 7 Hen.

    Townships Tottington

    shows that John Radcliffe had recently died, holding Holehouse and lands in Tottington ; his nephew John was his heir. The roll of September 1517 states that John Radcliffe had held Holehouse , and 25 acres, with common rights in

    Parishes Egglescliffe

    parish in 1561 . 40 James Garnett died in 1564 , holding the manor, with two closes called Castleholme and Holehouse , and a fishery in the Tees. His heir was his son Lawrence, three years of age. 41 Lawrence

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, May 1580, 01 May 1580-31 May 1580

    Dalton, 5. Nether Warden and Over Warden, 6. Dotland town, 8. tenants, unable from small holdings. The Paieshill and the Holehouse, 2. Total of the suppressed lands, 22. M r Luke Ogells horsemen, 13. John Swymbornes tenants of Edlengham, 6. Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 6 August 1832, 06 August 1832-06 August 1832

    Arthurlie; William Lowndes of Arthurlie; William Craig of Kirkton; James Wylie of Carsewell; Hugh Stewart of Carsewell; John Gemmell of Holehouse; Captain Mathew Anderson of Broadlee; Mrs. Janet Wood , Spouse of Captain Peter Montgomery of Kirkstyle , and her

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    113. "Hole" , the: a prison in Edinburgh, p. 480; Bothwell says he will go into before trial, p. 480. Holehouse , the: horsemen in, p. 22. "Holirood (Hollerowe) daye: (14th Sept.), 464, 465. house: Bothwell's secret entry into, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 May 1823, 12 May 1823

    Lascelles and others; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for making and main- " taining a Turnpike Road from Holehouse or Riding, " near Greenfield, to Saddleworth, to join the Stayley 11 Turnpike Road, and also to join the Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1823, 14 May 1823

    Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act " for making and maintaining a Turnpike Road from " Holehouse or Riding, near Greenfield, to Saddleworth, " to join the Stayley Turnpike Road, and also to join the " Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1823, 23 May 1823

    leading into the said City of " Canterbury:" " An Act for making and maintaining " a Turnpike Road from Holehouse or Riding, near " Greerfield, to Saddleworth, to join the Stayley Turnpike li Road, and also to join the Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1823, 23 May 1823

    Road leading into the said City of Canterbury." 31. '• An Act for making and maintaining a Turnpike Road from Holehouse or Riding, near Greenfield, to Saddleworth, to join the Stayley Turnpike Road, and also to join the Halifax and Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1824, 31 May 1824

    make " a Branch of Road from Duxbury, in the County of " Lancaster, to join the aforesaid Road from Holehouse " Brow, in the Township of Heath Charnock, and a new " Road from the last-mentioned Place to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pontefract. Linthwaitc, in Crosland. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Ma. JsOIN CttOW'THER, at the House oF M1atthew Brayshaw, at Holehouse, qear Linthwaite, in North Crosland, near Hoddersfield, on Wednesday, the First Day of November, 1820. at Seven o'Clock in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tmade the next Session of PFs- mlittnst, for an Ada.f, opening, omakinag, and mimin- r tainig a Turnplitet Rood frott Holehouse or liiling. near Greenfield, in Sadtillewoth, il .the We-sitidi-.g e of the County cf York, to communicate with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Majesty . King George the Fourth, entituled " An Act for Making It and Slaintaining a Turnpike Road from Holehouse, or tisding, nelir Groenfield, in Saddlworth, to join the !- tey Turnpike Rad, and aloe to join the Halifax Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY PB IC BIDuDINS, pursuant to an Order ofI te ~ilCourt: of Cacr, mdein ause of Chamberlain .ess e, with the Approbation of Henry martinl, Esquire, Onle Of,the Mastere of the said Court, on X.yednesday. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTICE is hereby given, that the Toile arising at thet theseveral Toll Gattes upon the 'Turnpike Road, leading fromi he Holehouse, near Greenfield, in Saddlewortb, to ShepleyLans I-lead, in Silepley, known by the several Names of the f Oak View, Subscribers-only content

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