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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The sixteenth century Political affairs before 1542

    again as early as 1537-8 . 14 Other men of influence drawn into the rising included Richard Faircliff and John Horncliffe , who were archbishop's officers for Beverley , and Richard Wharton of Hull Bridge , described as 'the most

    Lists of Officers

    , 1545-6 ), John Westow ( 1541-2 , 1545-6 ) 1540-1 William Brodding ( 1544-5 ), Edward Farrer , John Horncliffe , John Northorpe , William Punderson ( 1545-6 , 1547-8 , 1555-6 ), William Wilton 1541-2 William Sands (

    Townships Tottington

    1548 or 1549, and his son Roger succeeded him; Ct. R. Lands were held in Horncliffe about 1355 by Hugh son of Robert de Horncliffe ; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxii, App. 344. The Warburton family occur early. Thomas de

    Townships Charnock Richard

    C 4, no. 19. Adam son of Robert de Charnock in 1331 claimed land in Charnock Richard against Robert de Horncliffe , Agnes his wife, Henry de Duxbury and William Brown ; Assize R. 1404, m. 25 d. James Charnock

    Townships Great Bolton

    of Hindley , the latest, having been interred there on 1 Sept. 1811 , aged forty-two. In 1331 Robert de Horncliffe and Agnes his wife seem to have settled the fourth part of the Bolton and other manors on the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names, A-J

    151. Aunbie , 143. Aunby , 138. Aunbye , 178. Aunebie , 24. Austwick , 78. Aw chyn als . Horncliffe , 68. Awdeley , 148. Awderson , 42. Awdesley , 186. Awdisley , 173, 178. Awsten , 65, 126.

    Henry VIII, November 1536, 6-10, 06 November 1536-10 November 1536

    to the Duke of Norfolk. Have today received his letters, but dare not deliver Anthony Curtees, Wm. his servant, Robt. Horncliffe, and Chr. Blaunde without a special commandment of the Grand Captain. Kingston-upon-Hull, 6 Nov. "By Willm. Roger, mayor of

    Yorkshire Fines, 1576

    and 2 cottages with lands in Draxe and Braton. Martin Birkehead, esq. Michael Whitley Lands in Southowrom. John Hillyard William Horncliffe and Mary his wife Lands in Headon Nicholas Rayner, son of Richard Rayner The same Richard Rayner Messuage with

    Yorkshire Fines, 1597, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    Ferie in Frieston als . Feriebriggs. John Atkynson, gent. George Williamson and Juliana his wife, William Horncliffe and Mary his wife, and Katherine Horncliffe als . Awchyn, widow 2 messuages with lands in Headon. William Ingle and John Ellys and

    Index of names

    70. Hopps , 4. Hopton , 192. Hopwood , 65. Hordon , 3. Hornbye , 86. Horncliff , 34, 94. Horncliffe , 96. Horne , 98, 137. Horner , 5, 9, 14, 18, 32, 67, 115, 167. Horseley , 25,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J d J. Harly, coroner, on the body of James Waite, aged seven ;h years, son of Robert Waite, of Horncliffe, carter. Deceased 4t was a fine healthy boy, and on Suuday morning last be i- accompanied on elder brother Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STONE CRnOL38 ON RoMB&IDS MOOR,1_ tOn the aide of a craggy bank, a short distance to the north aof Horncliffe shooting-house, on Hawkesworth Moor a there is a circle of stones of various asze, from three feat to five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAIL AND GENERAL. a . AMID-BAY ADDRESS AT ThE PlInLsOrH~ICAL jr IIa- .-Yesterday a fternoon the Rev. NV. L. 'Watkinsoel,. of -Manichester, commenced earcther series of Wednesdav afternoon addresses in the Philose-pLteal Hall1, Leed-s. Theem was a large audience. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a_a_-Ri_tG.Es. On Sunday last, at the Parish Church, Preston, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, curate, Mr. James Walkden, compositor, of this town, to Martha Austin, only daughter of the late Mr. John Sutcliffe, of the same place. Since our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Birley, William Brooks, Henry Bury, James Chadwick, the Elder, Miles Formby, Clerk, John Grundy, James Haworth, John Haworth, of Horncliffe, George Hardman, Geoffrey Hornby, Clerk, Robert Peel, William Stansfield, Le Gendre Pierce Starkie, James Thomson, Charles Thomson, Ralph Turner, Subscribers-only content

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