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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 246, October 1647, 01 October 1647-31 October 1647

    Fisher. Sir Fras. Howard, R. Andrew Huddlestone, R. Tngleby Huddlestone. Sir Wm. Huddlestone. John Ireton. Wilfrid Ireton. Hugh James, of Howend. Agnes, Lady Lamplugh, R. Wm. Latus. Wm. Mounsey, R. Sir Edw. Musgrave. Sir Phil. Musgrave, Bart. Rich. Musgrave. Simon Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    Hill, 344. Richard, son of Walter of Netherbie, 309. Richard, of Redkirk, 344. Richard, alias Correis Richi, 344. Robert, of Howend, 344. Walter, 344. Watt, 310. William, of Mott, 344. William, of Langtowne, 344. William, of Medopp, 309. William, of

    Entry Book, August 1692, 11-20, 01 August 1692-31 August 1692

    the said tenants respectively. Appending : schedule of said tenants : Richard Story : 25 l. per an . for Howend and Chapel Town. Richard Grimston : 50 l. per an . for Fald and Watermill. John Swallwell : 33

    Cecil Papers, July 1605, 16-31, 16 July 1605-31 July 1605

    the performance of the same. Undated . Endorsed: "Will Grahame, Mott; Richard Grame, Brakand Hill; Arthure Grayme, Mot; Robert Grame, Howend; Francis Grame of Loggan; George Grame, Mill Hill; William Grame, Langtowne; William Grame, Mickle Willie; with others now employed

    Entry Book, January 1693, 16-31, 16 January 1693-31 January 1693

    to the Crown's title, viz.: Warrants not Relating to Money XIV, pp. 123 5. Richard Story; for the lands of Howend, Chappell Town etc. Richard Grimston; for the Feild, Mill Hill, Mill Town, the Kiln, Water Corn Mill, Feild Mill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buildings, HOlborn Circus * and Messioi, Baddeley and Sous,. 4, Leman Street. Gooduman's Acieds; and An Birmoleghano of Mr. John Howend Baser 81, New Street; ffr. Bamnuel Edwards, 2, Tenm le Street; and at theplace of sale.~ Dated t~his 30th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    elegantly executed in good taste aod briyht colours. The following is the inscription : "In memory of Joseph Sawrey, of Howend, Sawrey, wbo died Jaru- ary 26th, 18G9, aged H4 years. He gave the site and bequeathed the first endowment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this will be found a desirable Residence. Apply to Messrs. Mewburk and Hutchinsow, Solicitors, Darlington, or to Mr. St arth Howend, Danby, near Guisbro'. 2,Uh Feb. 1838. " NORTHALLERTON. r W^O BE LET, and entered upon, on the ■*■ Thirteenth Subscribers-only content

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