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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1743

    of Langholm, and to have their ordinary meetings at Langholm. And the Assembly do authorise the Synod of Dumfries, at their first meeting, to appoint the time of the first meeting of the above mentioned Presbyteries of Annan and Langholm;

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 1, April 1547, 01 April 1547-30 April 1547

    give them great rewards for their hurts, and that he and all the power of the realm would be at Langholm before Low Sunday, so that they need not to make suit to me. Divers inclined to him, and others Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 1, July 1547, 01 July 1547-31 July 1547

    to one of those places. On pondering it, we consider that if they march to Peebles, their intent is towards Langholm; if to Lawther, on the east or middle marches. We hear further that the French ambassador lately despatched from Subscribers-only content

    Errata

    but 7, for Carlisle read Carlife. 324, 13, last line, for Abroath read Arbroath. 335, line 12, for Longholm read Langholm. 347, 52, for Thos. Gray read Sir Thomas. 356, line 17, and 363, line 4, for Drisdere read Dusdere. Subscribers-only content

    Edward VI, April 1547, 01 April 1547-30 April 1547

    consent to asseyg the castell of Sterlyng, and gyf all things cumis to pass, thay mynd to cum to the Langholm, bot nocht quhil the gars 3 be, at hors will get meyt. Atour at the said convensyon it is Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Greenfield

    or Isabel of Harrington , 20 elected 1293, resigned 1301 Cecily de Parys, 21 elected 1301, resigned 1305 Agnes of Langholm , 22 elected 1305, resigned 1313 Ivetta of Ormsby, 23 elected 1313, occurs till 1327 Margaret of Wells ,

    Public Services

    of Westwood Hospital . An old people's home was run by the East Riding county council in Langholm , in the later Langholm Close, which was bought for the purpose in 1950 . It was closed soon after 1970 but

    Middle division Roos Roos township 1784 Owstwick township 1852 Owstwick : Quaker Meeting House.

    of the last are few and have been ignored in the calculations. Cf. H.U.L., DDSY/101/52 ( 20 Mar. 1783 ). Langholm leys were recorded in 1343 : Cal. Inq. p.m . viii, p. 341. H.U.L., DDCV /133/33; Cal. Inq. p.m

    Parishes Haslingfield

    and Low fields. 213 The meadows lay along the river banks, being called Southmead south of the village 214 and Langholm north of it as far as Lingey fen. 215 Other land along the Barton road , mostly west of

    Parishes Harston

    ran from Ham meadow (132 a.), between the Granta and Rhee in the north, 299 through the Hassocks (50 a.), Langholm meadow (29 a.) near Haslingfield mill, Alice Dam (30 a.), and Red meadow (20 a.), all recorded from the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 April 1764, 9 April 1764

    and widening the Road from Scots Dyke in " the County of Dumfries, by or through the Villages te of Langholm and Hawick, to Haremofs in the County " of Roxburgh." OrdereDj That the faid Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1764, 11 April 1764

    widening the Road from Scots Dyke " in the County of Dumfries, by or through the Vil- " lages of Langholm and Hawick, to Haremofs in the " County of Roxburgh," was committed : (i That they " had eonfidered Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1764, 19 April 1764

    and widening the Roäd " from Scots Dyke in the County of Dumfries, by or " through the Villages of Langholm and Hawick, to *¦' Haremofs in the County of B.oxburgh." tc 35. An Aft to amend and render more Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1807, 24 March 1807

    and widening the " Road from Scots Dyke, in the County of Dumfries, " by or through the Villages of Langholm and Hawick, *' to Haremofs, in the County of Roxburgh • and for the better making, repairing, and keeping Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1807, 8 April 1807

    and widening the Road from Scots Dyke, in the " County of Dumfries, by or through the Villages of " Langholm and Hawick to Haremofs, in the County of " Roxburgh ; and for the better making, repairing, and " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thought differently, and having accidentally hurt his leg so as to prevent himn from travelling, he sent a shepherd to Langholm, with instructions to look for a man with a bottle-green coat, whom he was sure, he said, to find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    totally impossible to keep him in the house. His great delight is to wander about the streets and lanes of Langholm, reading the signs, and treading his way without the aid of either spectacles or a guide.-Dun- fries Courier. INIoTCATIOV Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHEAPEST GEOGRAPHICAL CLASS.BOOK EVER PUBLISHED. In I8Dno. containing 30D pages, and illustrated by 10 Maps, price 3s. Gd. bound jmn red, the Second Edition, thoroughly revised and considerably enlarged, of A COMPENDIUM of MODERN GEOGRAPHY: vvith Reroarks On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ham, Lancashire, cotton spinner-H. Ackroyd, Leeds, stuff- merchant-W. Johnson, Birmingharn, victualler-G. Small- field, Newgate street, printer-B. Hurgatroyd, Bradford, York- shire, worsted splutter. sCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. Tailt, Edinburgh, vintner-J. Flight, Lochee, grocer-J. Dron, Perth, coal merchant-A. Armstrong, Newcastleton by Langholm, merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - - 15 0 o Liverpool - 2200 a o Ab-,gele, North Linlitbgow - 9 ( Waes 5 o o Langholm (N.B.) 7 o Accringtsn, He. - 400 o o Leighton Buzzard - 8 o Auchterarder - e e o Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Barrett, 12/10/1616

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Barrett Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 12/10/1616 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Langholm// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Sub. Bk.2 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Neile, Richard/Lincoln 1614- 1617 Comment

 

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