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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Giles , Kepier

    15 Eppleton [Epplingden ] , Barnes , Estwell, Crawcrook , Derncrook, 16 and Holmersk, 17 and of the vills of Hunstanworth 18 and Iveston . 19 In 1332 the master of Kepier was accused of having acquired, without licence, a

    Parishes St Giles

    of 60 s . from the manors of Caldecotes and Clifton to Durham Priory in exchange for the advowson of Hunstanworth church. Dur. Rec. cl. 3, no. 109, m. 30; cf. m. 2; no. 106, m. 12 d. See also

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

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    Thomas Whitefield [Whitfeld] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Allenshields (Alandshildes) : undefined Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: William Eggleston [Eggleston] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Hunstanworth (Durham) Place(s): Hunstanworth (Hunsingworthe) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1545, 11-25, 01 January 1545-31 January 1545

    and the fellows) of the hospital and all its possessions in the city of Durham and in Kepire, Gateshed, Wykham, Hunstanworth, Satley, Collier ley, Awkland, Wasshington, Warmouth, Revehoper, Bolleyn, Cleuedon, Esyngton, Warrington, Chestre, Heighington, Raynton, Bradewood, Claxton, Fosterley, Knokden, Townfeld,

    Index, H, I, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    i. g. 465 (22 p. 212). Hunspell , Soms. See Huntspill. Hunston , Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 314). Hunstonworth (Hunstanworth) , Dham., i. 60: g. 282 (14); ii. g. 707 (52). Hunt or Hunte , , a lawyer, i.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scenery, throagh which winds miles of ro- mantic walks, constantly disclosing new, points of view. 'The beauti- ful church of Hunstanworth, just restored, with the picturesque parsonage, form charming objects at various parts of the plea-sure grounds, to which the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    head. 5 No, 4.-TiuIc LAscicEfS;rn Divsaiox.-The Sessional b Division of Lanctiester and Coneett and the parishes of P Edmondbyers and Hunstanworth. n 3 No. 6.-Tactl BnaNCePFTts DIvisIo0.-The Sessional t] 3 Division of Durham and Willineton (inclusive of the ti r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only jfst beminning to chango clour. We scrambled out cga of the dene and returned another way to Blanchland, passing Hunstanworth, where we saw the cunous ruin in e; the churchyard. sapposed to have been a sbelter for cattle 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of lVolsiniham; Rev. J. Eddowe, Vicar of Eastgate'; Rey. C. F. Jakg, Vicarof Frosterley*; Rev. P. C. Jones, Vicar of Hunstanworth; Rev. J. Schofield, Vicar of Westgate; Rev. J. J. Pulleine, Canon of Ripon; and the Rev. J. W. Rees, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Stoak, Cheshire. Rev. James Gurnhill, B.A., perpetual curate of East Stock- with. Rev. Peter C. Jones, M.A., vicar of Hunstanworth, Dur- ham. Bev. J. W. Kyte, incumbent of St. John the Evangelist, Cronky Voddy, Isle of Man; patroness, Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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