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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks Kirkstall

    William Grayson 56 or Graveson, occurs 1452, 57 resigned 1468 58 Thomas Wymbirslay, confirmed 1468, 59 occurs 1498 60 Robert Killingbeck , elected 1499 61 William Stokdale, elected 1501, 62 occurs 25 February 1506 -7 63 John Ripley , 1508

    Townships Urmston

    Barlow , who was daughter of Anthony Meinell of N. Kilvington , co. York . She had been wife of- Killingbeck of Ellerton Grange , co. York , and was buried at Manchester Collegiate Church in 1690 . Thomas Newton

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

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    undefined Halton (Hawton) : undefined Location: Whitgift (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Seacroft (Scarcroft) : undefined Roundhay Grange (Rowndhey Grange) : undefined Killingbeck Hall (Killingbeck) : undefined Colton (Colton) : undefined Austhorpe (Awstropp) : undefined Manston (Manston) : undefined Temple Newsam (Temple Newsome)

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FAWKES, Thomas (c.1640-1707), of Farnley, Yorks.

    in the general election of 1695, he remained active in local affairs, especially in charitable work towards church restoration, as a friend and correspondent of John Killingbeck, the celebrated preacher and vicar of Leeds. Fawkes died on 7 Aug. 1707.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ratepayers:-The Revde. S. Phillips and J. F. Kershaw, and Messrs. E. J. Mortoan (the MNlayor), G. W. Grosvenor, J. Killingbeck, and W- C. Awdry (Churchmen); Messrs. E. Parry (chairman of the retiring Board), G. Holloway, G. W. Naylor, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. A. C. Wheatley (Roman Catholic), and Mr. T. W. Binnian (Nonconformist) elected; the two unsuccessful candidates being Mr. J. Killingbeck (Churchman) and Mr. G. W. Naylor (Nonconformist) The following was the voting: Kershaw, 3,366; Audrey, 2,793; Parry, 2,765; Phillips. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a tone indicating great' exhaustion, and begged Killingbeck to rescue him, as he could not hold any longer. Holding the boy by one hand and the chain by the other, Killingbeck called to tho3e above to draw up. When Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradley, 1; wides and byes, 25. Kidderminlstcr: G. H. Lea, 8; W. Colsey, '2 (not out) : G. Scushett, 8; Killingbeck, 1D; WV Morgan, 5; W. Broomfield, 2; H. Curtis, 14; T. Lea, 9 (not out); wides and byes, 22, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grade prizes, James Macfarlane? S. Smith, W. Wilding, J. Birtwistle; second grade certificates, IV. Adams, Isabella Barbary, A. Cowell, W. Killingbeck. P. Miller, R. Mills, J. Mhim4e, E. Morgan, T, F. Naylor, Diary J. Morgan, V. Smith, I. Turner, and Subscribers-only content

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