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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, I, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Inglos , Anne, g. 2761 (6). -, Edw., g. 2761 (6). -, Hen., g. 2761 (6). Inglysshe . See English. Ingoe (Yngoo), Northumb., 1239. Ingraf , Essex, 1833, g. 6803 (24). Ingram (Yngram), Northumb., 132. Inkley , John, p. 710.

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    , Inch and Lawrence, Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381. India , 234, 237. Inghe [Ingoe ] , co. Northumberland, 413. Ingleby , co. York, 197. Ingoe. See Inghe. Ingoldby , See North Ingoldby. Ingoldsby (Ingoldesby), [Richard ] , colonel, his

    Charles I - volume 173, September, 1630, 01 September 1630-30 September 1630

    in the King's yard, Robert Ingoe served a warrant upon him to appear before Justice Allablaster, at the suit of John Carter, and not long after Carter caused Nicholas Collins to arrest petitioner. Prays that Ingoe, Carter, and Collins may Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    , scheme for buying up Increase , the, of London Ingleby , Lucy Ingleby , co. York, document dated from Ingoe , Robert Ingram , Sir Arthur, grant to Sir Arthur, the younger, return of James, Deputy Warden of the Subscribers-only content

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

    the Queen's, p. 392; and escheat in, asked from Burghley, p. 466; Scrope asks if yet granted (1st July), 853. Ingoe : horsemen of, p. 21. Ingram : one horseman, p. 21; spoiled (1587), p. 263; church robbed of lead, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNTON, Roger (d.1430), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    palatinate of Durham, where, from 1409 onwards he set about consolidating his position. He began by purchasing property in Coldcoats, Ingoe, Whickham and Gateshead; and by 1411 he had taken possession of the manor of Redhugh and certain franchises in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. WHITE- HOUSE. cilaiotnary from South Travancole, and' the Rev. W'. CCJTHBER.TSON, late of Sydney, will attend the various Meet- Ingoe. 143 6394 C IR C US8 CHA P L, BRADfFORD fTAREEI. T1HE above Chapel, baving. Undergone extensive T.AlteratIons, will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boat ls noehawged 2ton, no over. I welghtblog allowed, making alogter £10.16 for the lboat load of slack-an advan e Ingoe year of over 70 per cent; add the advance of 30 per cant. given to the colliers I to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    company of ladies rind gentlemen isasembled y esterday ruor irig llt Thlorple Hall asud were entortriinerl by tire lev. 0. Ingoe at lunheon ii a large mnarquee in the grounlds. A~bout 340 persolnsl wero preisent, iniluding the Her. (:eorg Ingo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ninety-nine~ years from Midsummer, 1870. at a a grounmd renkof 66. _ .-. ,!. -Y Thit Lot on~irieoa a ver Ingoe uspacs of Land, and Is within the area eoiiedul for.Town Impsrovemenet, anid though not abso- 1uitel Ieqiriil. fo hb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAon sir fawinC~s Hnd obteiguo thealAen-ets, theinO ~ Te Aeno frliieCompnty foe.surne Cont ofbaoeknare- Me.. HORG , Mr. Jo~sa Ingoe, Bahvt-y alErNI COPNY -l secre Chails Tee linroliay Mr.n Twil. nolme, Ot inyteJ Retr.on GSrstesm, evrtey Me..i t rt. Subscribers-only content

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