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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Linford

    John Thompson , to Thomas Hackett and Thomas Kilpin , the former of whom subsequently conveyed his share of the manor to Kilpin , 48 who afterward acquired the freehold rights. This Kilpin , by his will of 4 January

    Parishes Great Woolstone

    rector of the parish from 1831 to 1849 . 4 Among the lands held by the Dudley and Gilpin or Kilpin families, important freeholders here, 5 occur the following place-names: the Berryes, Ryfurlong Leyes, Tom 's Leyes 6 (xvii cent.);

    Parishes Eton

    of Abraham Wessell married Christopher Buckle of Burgh . 122 Ann Buckle , her only child, married Robert Crowe of Kilpin , and in 1793 they joined with other members of the Wessell family in selling Eton Manor to John

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

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    Howden (Howden) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnLeaper [Leaper] Role: witness Details: male; 35 Employment: Wheelwright Location: Howden (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Kilpin(Kilpin) : undefined Participant: FrancesDawson [Dowson] Role: witness Details: female; 66; Wife of Abraham Dawson, yeoman Location: Howden (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s):


    parcel of the late dissolved prebend of HowdenBooth (Booth) : undefined village, township or hamlet, parcel of the late dissolved prebend of Howden Kilpin Pike (Kilpin) : undefined village, township or hamlet, parcel of the late dissolved prebend of Thorpe


    : undefined village, township or hamletSayre (Sayre) : undefined village, township or hamletSplen (Splen) : undefined village, township or hamletKilpin (Kilpin) : undefined village, township or hamletTramedikes (Tramedikes) : undefined village, township or hamletSkelton (Skelton) : prebend Barmby on the


    : undefined Location: Duggleby (Duggleby) : undefined Location: Howden (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Howden (Houeden) : undefined Belby (Beilby) : undefined Kilpin(Kilpin) : undefined Balkholme (Balkholme) : undefined Location: North Cave (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): North Cave (North Cave) : undefined Location: Wallenfen

  • * British History Online * *

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    Surnames beginning 'K'

    d; Sar, d; Jas, s, 29.2 Wm; Mary, w; Wm, s, 7.13 Killum Jas, 57.14 Kilmister Hen; Jane, w, 9.11 Kilpin : Mary, ser, 26.19 Ric; Sar, w; Sar, d; Mary, d, 11.6 Kilsbe : Eliz, ser, 8.10 Rob; Susa,

    General Index, J, K, 01 April 1660-30 November 1680

    Jackson , John, constable of Kilpin, return by Thomas, letter from William, master of John of London Jacobsen , Theodore, tender of hemp by Jamaica appointment of treasurer, receiver and collector of revenues in tobacco from, unladen in Jersey vessel Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1569

    Hartfurth, clerk William Hartfurth and Elizabeth his wife Messuage, 4 cottages, and a windmill with lands in Howeden, Askilbie, Lapton, Kilpin, Belbie, and Thorpp, which, on the decease of William and Elizabeth , remain to Christopher Hartfurth , their son

    Index, K, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    for, 231. Killmansack . See Kielmansegg. Kilmarnock , Earl of. See Boyd, W. Kilpatrick , James, boatman at Whithorn, 100. Kilpin , Thomas, to inquire into estates of the late Viscount Bolingbroke, 594. King , Alice, pension for, 231. -,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1566

    Atkinson, deceased The moiety of 60 messuages, 100 cottages, and 2 windmills with lands in Hoviden, Barnell, Belbie, Thorpe, Balcome, Kilpin, Skelton, Saltm[er ] she, Cotnesse, Knedlington, Asselbie, Barmebie, and Laxton. Michael Sotehill, gent. Edward Savyle, esq., son and heir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambridge, s-ilne nuere'maut. [Birchara, Bedtord E. Tyler, BirTch Hills, near Walsall, Stafferdshlirc, irost mnaster. [Michael, Red Lioen sitqre R. Hiosoe, Kilpin, tiowdert, Yorkshire, core factor. LWIlliam- son and Hill, Verulam buildings, Gray's inll. DIVIDEN13S. Feb. 1.5, J. toecken, Madlldox strot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    saddler CEitTIPICATES. November 10, J; Oliver, Stoney Stratford, Bockinghamshire, coal master-October 19, W. Claringbold, StAlbao's, inn- keeper-October 26, E. ,. Kilpin, Ryde, Hampshire, watch- maker-October 20, M. W. Vardy, Newbury, Berkshire, book- seller-October 18, J. Johnson, Little Abingdon, Cambridge- shire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N' Getee end S. A. Dwacon, Salfard, Lancashirie, manofacticrin~ vtrheostas-It. and A. Williami, New BreotforeL, silk morcero-WT. Foroers, T?. J1. Kilpin, T. Patrick, and G. Cannon, Wolton, contractors; so far as regards G. Gannoii-T. and Et. Kemp, Birmingham, goo-T. Leegridgo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by freeTicket, to be obtained of the Mayor of 3lesford, any hlen3ber of theCorisoration of Bedford, thollev. John Brown, Mlr. Kilpin. Mr. Ransom, Mr. Eigor, Mr. James Howard, and Mr. Freuerick Howard. JI the Even myNo, at 7 o'clock, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    worth Stakes, CGotu.RtTlE or PLATOe; HarrinptonStages, BumPTIOCS or S'vEoTsST. VERIT. Monday N'ight. ATTzofrTsn WVIFr MrZDEX. - .At Northampton, yesterday, l'rederick Kilpin, a gardener, aged sixty, who is deaf and is supposed to be insane, r-as committed to the assizes charged Subscribers-only content

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