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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Over Kellet

    building in 1862 . The church lies a little way outside the village, to the south-east; opposite to it is Kirkhouse , while Birkland Barrow and Swarthdale are to the east. The northern end of the township forms the leafy

    Townships Kirkland

    MS. 32104, fol. 179. An inquiry was in 1433 ordered into a charge that he had held a market at Kirkhouse in Wyresdale to the prejudice of the Duke of Bedford 's tenants; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xl, App. 533.

    Townships Broughton

    , & c. Church Town comprised the street now known as Old Street or Church Street , together with the Kirkhouse , now known as the "Old King's Head ." These were all situate in the Rectory lands, a portion

    Townships Goosnargh

    Cath . iii, 261. A number of deeds relating to Kirkhouse are catalogued in the Shireburne abstract book at Leagram. It appears that in 1662 and later Thomas Helme of Kirkhouse and William his son mortgaged the estate; William had

    Index A-K

    de, 32 n ; Rev. Thos ., 190, 386 Kirkhead Cave , 266 Kirkhouse ( Bolton-le-Sands ), 150 Kirkhouse ( Broughton ), see Old King's Head Kirkhouse ( Over Kellet ), 140 Kirkhow , 169 n Kirk Kellet , Pet.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, January 1679, 11-20, 01 January 1679-31 January 1679

    Humphrey Pibus, Robt. Wetwang, Tho. Bewick, junr., Rapha Fell, William Aubony, John Vary, Geo. Johnson, William Halliman, Geo. Swadle, Hen. Kirkhouse, Ed. Carr, Tho. Richardson, Cuthbert Carr, Jeremy Low, John Baly, James Scott and John Hamond, senr., of Ipswich in

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Kirkby Thore

    as 'dowts,' 'dolts' or 'douts.' The chapel was repaired in 1788 and restored in 1894. At t he farm called 'Kirkhouse,' close to the church, is the Tithe-barn, called 'tean leath' to this day. A list of some of the

    General Index, M, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    by Maxwell , Robert, Earl of Nithsdale, the heretors and freeholders of the Stewartry of Galloway summoned by Robert, of Kirkhouse, warrant for charter of new infeftment with consent of May , Sir Algernon, keeper of the Records in the Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    1146. -, Mrs. Mary (500 l. per an . jointure), 54, 612-3, 1381. Kirkham , William, fee farm tenant, 374. Kirkhouse , Hen., Commissioner for admeasuring Newcastle coal keels, 1205. Kirkhoven Charles Henry, third Lord Wootton, debt to, from the

    Index, K, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (6), g. 3008 (23). -, Nicholas, 955, g. 5748 (3). -, Robert, g. 4993 (4). -, Sibilla, g. 4993 (4). Kirkhouse , the, 3975. Kirkland , 4421. Kirkoswald , 4421, 4495. Kirkstead , Linc., Ric. abbot of, p. 2698. Kyrkkestoun

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

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    Sargeantson [Sergerson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: John Milbourn [Millburne; Milburne] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Farlam (Cumberland) Place(s): Kirkhouse(Kirkhouse) : undefined Participant: John Whitaker [Whittakers] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: notary public Participant: Stephen Clark [Clerk] Role:


    (Laytham) : division Location: Seaton Ross (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Fronts (Fronts in Seaton Ross) : division Location: Bubwith (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Kirkhouse(Kirkhouse) : fieldname Little Field (Little Field) : fieldname High Field (High Field) : fieldname North Field (North Field) :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wyatt (Dinorwig), Mri. Robinson ,d (Talsara), DaTies, (Dorothes), Hlugh Owen, Barnes a F) 3oulkes (Diphwya), Hayward (Cilgwyn), Darbishire o (Nantlle), Kirkhouse (Cwmorthin), Tuxford (Ffestin. mn iog), Phillips (Lord), Bowton (Garegddu), Greaves a "r Seymour (Talyweuuydd). Ar ol llawer o ymddiddan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mines for the district, who has been indefatigable in his exertions since his arrival on Saturday, has appointed Mr. Herbert Kirkhouse Mr. David Evans, and Mr. Davis to take clarge of tlie colliery until the remainder of the bodies are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Se. Andrew's Day the Bishop held a con- firsation at Merthyr, and previously sent for Misa Berry and AMr. Kirkhouse into the vestry. The latter admitted that he knew little of Muiss Berry personally, but found her in two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Heolycue Hotel, and a visitor named Kirkhouse, went out to shoot pigeons and woodpeckers in Drefach Woods. Mr. James took the lead, and whilst passing through some bushwood Mr. Kirkhouse fired weith a double-barrelled gun, and the contents Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BADSWORTIe FOX-LOtUNDS os eet this day, March 25, at Brierley Village ; on Tuesday, at Red House; on Thursday, at Kirkhouse lireen ; and on Saturday, April 1, at Notion Village,-each morning at half-past ten. The York and Ainst,3 fox-hounds Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Bigbury, 216, p. Kinloss, 239, p. Kinsale and Kinalea, 216. Kirbymoorside and Helmslv, 181, p. Kirkby Lonsdale and others, 229. Kirkhouse, 198. Kirk Smeaton and Burghwallis, 191, p. Kirkby, South, North and South Elmstal, Wrangbrook and Moorthorpe, 198. Kirton and Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1719, 9 April 1719

    _ - - _¦"¦"_ To the said Sir Robert Sinclair, by James Nasmith, on Account of Andrew Cassey, late of Kirkhouse To the said Sir Robert Sinclair, bv George Stark, on Account of Sir John Preston, late of Preston- Hall Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1827, 20 February 1827

    Afternoon, in the Speaker's Chamber. A Petition of the Most noble Bernard Edward Duke vation of land, in Braithwaite, Bramwith, Kirkhouse, Green, Moss Fenwick and Sykehouse; in the parishes of Tod- wick, Anston, Wales Harthill, Woodall and Thorpe Salvin ; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 November 1826

    Tradesmen, of the Hundred of Wilford; of Landowners Tenants and others interested in the cultivation of Land, in Braithwaite, Bramwith, Kirkhouse, Green, Moss Fenwick and Sykehouse; in the Parishes of Todwick, Anston, Wales Harthill, Woodhall and Thorpe Saivin; in Rossington; Subscribers-only content

    First report from the Select Committee on Railways. Together with the minutes of evidence, and appendix., 1839

    The Honourable F. Maule, &c. &c. &c. I have, &c. (signed) J. Y. Akerman, Secretary. HARTLEYBURN AND BRAMPTON RAILWAY. gjr> Kirkhouse, 15 March 1039. The Hartleyburn and Branipton Railway is a private Line of way, belonging to the Earl Hartlevburn Subscribers-only content

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