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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying villages Marfleet

    to empty into the Humber at Marfleet . 98 The sluice mentioned in the 17th century may have been that called Marfleet Clough in 1855 which was the outlet of the Marfleet Drain into the Humber , south of the

    Fortifications

    the water of Humber ', and in 1355 murage for sixteen years was granted 'to finish their wall begun on the water of Humber '. 7 These may well be references to a sea-wall along the Humber bank, rather than

    Outlying villages Drypool

    Southcoates. 90 The arable fields were East, West, and Humber Fields, all lying between Summergangs and the River Humber , and a large meadow called South Ings lay near the Humber bank. Inclosed pasture included the Wood, near Southcoates hamlet,

    The Borough and Liberties of Beverley Introduction

    great benefit from the presence of St. John 's college and its minster church. Though some 8 miles from the Humber and the port of Hull the town lay close to the navigable river Hull , and a canalized beck

    The Trinity House

    responsible for the lifeboat until 1908, when the Humber Conservancy Board took over. 47 When, again, the Commissioners for the Humber Pilot Act wanted another buoy at the mouth of the Humber in 1801 the House promptly sent brethren to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, March 1667, 01 March 1667-31 March 1667

    stop here for want of boats. We are informed that the great fleet of light colliers are got to the Humber. [ S.P. Supplementary 136, No . 442. ] March 30. Harwich. Commissioner John Taylor to the Navy Commissioners. I Subscribers-only content

    Volume A 86, July 1651, 01 July 1651-31 July 1651

    and they wish you to move him in it, as an answer is much needed, especially about fee-farm rents and Humber banks. [1 page . ] July 22. Haberdashers' Hall. Committee for Advance of Money to the County Commissioners for Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 28 June 1642, 28 June 1642-28 June 1642

    Admiral be desired, that the Ship whereof Captain Moyer is Captain may be directed to stay in the River of Humber , where now it is; and that he will write to Sir Jo. Hotham , that some Merchant Ship

    Charles I - volume 533, April 1631, 01 April 1631-30 April 1631

    King. Represent that the "Swan," being chased by a flyboat of Dunkirk, was run aground by her master in the Humber, hoping there to enjoy the protection of your Majesty's chamber, as in former times all Kings and Queens of Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 30 Henry VI (1451-2)

    Dated London, 1 August, A.D. 1449. Roll 180 (14). Monday the Feast of S. Cuthbert, Bishop [20 March ] . Humber (John), brewer. To be buried in the church of S. Mary Wolchirche. To John and William his sons and

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    whiche was of Ely, the kyng ordeyned to bee his chauncellor, hauing vnder his gouernmēt from the sayde floode of Humber, all the south partes besydes. But the sayde Ely being more ambitious, so practised with þe kyng, that with

    Actes and Monuments The entring of the Saxons kings

    conteyned the Countesses of Lincolne, Leycester, Huntyngdon, Northampton, Oxford, Darby, Warwyke. &c. The. vij. kyng had all the countries beyond Humber, and was called kyng of Northhumberland.Of these vii. kyngdomes, although they continued not long, but at length ioyned all

    King Ethelstane. Britanus. K. Ethelstane. Edwyne. Actes and Monum. of the Church.

    Scots. By whose styrryng and exhortation, he gathered a company of Danes, Scots, and other, and entered the mouth of Humber with a strong nauy of. 615. ships.A sore battayle fought at Brimford.Wherof king Ethelstane with hys brother Edmūd hauing

    A description of England, as it was deuided in the Saxones tyme into vij. kyngdomes.

    conteined the Countesses of Lyncolne, Leycester, Huntyngdō, Northāptō, Oxford, Darby, Warwike. &c. The vij. kyng had all the countryes beyond Humber, and was called kyng of Northhumberland.Of these seuen kyngdomes, although they continued not long, but at length ioyned all

    A description of England, as it was deuided in the Saxones time into vij. kingdomes.

    cōteined the Countesses of Lincolne, Leycester, Huntyngdon, Northampton, Orford, Darby, Warwike. &c. The vij. king had all the countries beyond Humber, and was called king of Northumberland.Of these seuen kingdomes, although the continued not long, but at length ioyned all

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y llestr "Humber," yr hon a gyrhaeddodd Belfast, nos lau wythuos i'r diweddaf, y newydd am wrthdarawiad difrifol a gymerodd le rhyngddi a'r " Henry Graham," o Bristol, pan yn agos i draethau Newfoundland. Suddodd y llestr ddia eddaf ymhen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Pump O FYwynDAu.-Trodd y flestr "George and r Jones," perthynol i Shields, tra yn rhwwym i'r deheu, I i augorfa Humber, ar wynt croes, nos Iau diweddaf, y 24ain; a boreu dranoeth, am oddeutu pump o'r Y gloch, rhedwyd iddi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi eil ddryllio yn.- ddrwg, ac adioddisi y dwyla*am wrthdairawiad alaeth-. ns a fuasai rhyngddynt 6a llestr Swedaidd, yferbyn ar Humber, yr hon a suddodd gydaiphedwar ar ddeg o'i~dwvlaw. Cymerodd y gwrthdaiawiad le oddeutug deuddengimilldir oddiwrth v lan, oddeutu -hfine'-jawr- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gwrthryfel yn Kurda. Mewn canlyniad i suddiad yr agealong Sultan, drwy ddyfod i wrthdarawiad A llestr arall '!n nociau Humber, boddwyd 3000 a canaries. Dangosir brwdfrydedd mawr yr Covertry mewn L cysyltiad a'r etholiad agoshsaol Yrageisydd y Rhydd- frydwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac y ynddo anrheg gyfrin i'w anwyl hen fam yn Nghymru), 2, Teapot arian (gan Mrs. Davies, a Mrs. Gorton, Humber 3, Rd.), ac yn ychwanegol at hyn oll, cyflvynwyd iddo Sj hefyd y rhelyw o'r arian (swM hardd hefyd) Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWBOLD, John (d.1415/16), of Whissendine, Rutland.

    been the son of the John Newbold who, in October 1398, had recently left office as constable of Burton on Humber, Lincolnshire, but it is impossible to be certain on this point. Indeed, nothing is really known of him before

    SHEFFIELD, John (d.1614), of Lincs.

    powerful family could gain him further distinction, Sheffield was drowned, with two of his brothers, in the passage of the Humber, December 1614. He probably died intestate, but administration was not granted until his son came of age in 1632.CP;

    TYRWHITT, Philip (c.1510-58), of Barton upon Humber, Lincs.

    of Barton upon Humber, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Lincs. (Lindsey) 1547-54; commr. sewers, Lincs. 1547, Cambs., Hunts., I. of Ely, Lincs., Northants., and Notts. 1555, relief, Lincs. (Lindsey) 1550. Biography Philip Tyrwhitt appears not to

    MARSHALL, Thomas, of Kingston-upon-Hull Yorks.

    of the leading local merchants who could be trusted to supervise the collection of an impost on shipping in the Humber. The money thus raised was to be used for the completion of a beacon and tower at Ravenspur, where

    THORLEY, John, of Lincoln.

    the accused.[footnote]As well as owning property in Lincoln, Thorley and his son, Robert, leased a small estate in Barton on Humber from a farmer named William Gascrick. The latter sued them in the spring of 1389 for causing wastes and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1722, 21 January 1723

    of a pfafnt ag"inft Breach of Privilege committed by Crefwell Hunt, in Hunt, re- keeping Mr. John Chamberlain, Redor of Humber in the JSjJSjg County of Hereford, out of Poffeffion of a Chapel, in the viieges. Parifh of Pencham, in Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1750, 8 February 1751

    lafl Seffion of Parliament, pur- " Several Papers, tranfmitted by Captain Pye, Com- *' mander of His Majefty's Ship The Humber, relating to " the State and Condition of the Forts and Settlements on *' the Coaft of Africa, inPofieffion Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1766, 9 May 1766

    Light-lioufes uu e> now (landing near The Spurn Point, at the Mouth of the fame, and alfo the " The Humber; and for erecting other fit and convenient " Light-houfes inflead thereof." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1766, 13 May 1766

    Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a ' Humber; and for erefting other fit and convenient Committee of the whole Houfe. " Light-houfes inflead thereof." Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill, Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1767, 1 May 1767

    " Level of Aneholme in the County of Lincoln, and " making the River Aneholme navigable from the River " Humber, at or near a Place called Ferraby Sluice, in the County of Lincoln, to the Town of Glemford Bfiggs Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 14th October 1854

    had embarked, to allow the authorities to leave us, & to take in our servants. We then proceeded up the Humber , quite an arm of the sea, to Grimsby where we arrived before 1. Albert had laid the 1rst

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.226

    (Swale) : waterways Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): River Don (Donne) : waterways Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): River Humber(Humber) : waterways Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): River Nidd (Nidde) : waterways Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Derwent (Derwent) :

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Chamberlain, 3/3/1756

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Chamberlain Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 3/3/1756 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Humber// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/23 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Beauclerk, James/Hereford 1746- 1787 Comment

    Francis Coleman, 2/3/1830

    DETAIL Surname Coleman Forename Francis Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 2/3/1830 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Humber// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/3 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment

    George Evans, 16/1/1819

    DETAIL Surname Evans Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 16/1/1819 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Humber// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/2 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment

    Francis Coleman, 16/1/1819

    Surname Coleman Forename Francis Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 16/1/1819 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Humber// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/2 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment Patron

    John Baddam, 0/0/1567

    Surname Baddam Forename John Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1567 Office/Status Rector Location Humber// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Scory, John/Hereford 1559- 1585 Comment Age: R: Domestic chaplain to John, bishop of Hereford

 

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