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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kingsdon

    Street at Pie or Pike Corner . At its eastern end Chapel Street leaves the village and turns south, passing Langlands Farm to become Frog Lane. 14 Another lane south of Chapel Street links Manor Close and High Street .

    Catcott Introduction

    of a 13th-century window, probably removed from the church. Among the farmhouses, Hill Farm is of the 18th century and Langlands Farm of c . 1820. 21 SOCIAL LIFE A maypole in church and 'cushion' dancing with minstrels were practised

    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    a piece by the road from Aldcliffe to Ashton , other lands on Williamcliff, Arnaldridding, Waishebrook, Sourland, Smallgreens, Faldworthings, Linbutts, Langlands , Bixegreen, Blackriggs on the Marsh and Fishyard St(reet). Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. iv, no. 1. Isabel the

    Townships Broughton

    surnames include Marshal, Fell , Stanes , Raper and Holme . The tenants' names include Mitchelson, Barra, Berry and Casson. Langlands and Fell Close are field-names. The name Casson occurs here in 1448 ; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 11,

    Parishes Roydon ROYDON 1980 ROYDON VILLAGE c. 1597

    In 1617 Horsecroft, Didgemere, and Langlands were named as 'the three common fields of Roydon '. 161 By 1844 Horsecroft, which in 1530 extended from East End to Ing Lane, had been greatly reduced, and Langlands had been inclosed. Several

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an inquest at Putney, on the body of Harriet Eliza- beth Langlands, late a domestic servant. Mr C. Shillito, Surgeon, said, he was called upon to attend the deceased on Friday nlight. He went to Captain Barwell's house, where le Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appointed -to take place at Edinburgh on the 29th inst. The persons to be in- dicted are Henderson, the captain; Langlands, the first mate; and Williams, .the second mate. ; A memorial in favour of the Cape of Good Hope Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Remained on board till the ship went down, andwas saved from-the rigging.-The Solicitor-General withdrew the charge against the first mate, Langlands, and the jury re- turned a verdict of Not Guilty against himn.-Exculpatory evidence.-Mlr craufurd then called evidence for Captain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pah, and is since dead of his wounds. Four cap- tains (Glover, Muir, Hamilton, and Utterton) and two lieutenants (Langlands and Glover) were also among the killed, besides several other officers wounded. The Naval Brigade lost Captain Hamilton of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neck ; three lengths separated second and third. liandatedon was fourth, end! Mal feaut teast.-The wtinner wee sold to Mir. Langlands for 225 guisseas. 'The PiasE~,' Cy NV ALLS'S' CiIP (Handicap) of 500 nova ; second receives 30 sovse; winner Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 17 February 1830, 17 February 1830-17 February 1830

    University of Glasgow, James Smith of Jordanhill, Robort Aitken , Banker in Glasgow, Robert Stewart , Merchant, Allan Fullarton of Langlands and David Mathie of Glenhead , was presented, and read; setting forth, That the Officers of the municipality of

    Index, L, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    686. Langhorne , Daniel, esquire, Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 191, 214. Langlade , David, respited half pay officer, 527. Langlands , John, cornet, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 541. Langley Point [co. Southampton ] , 104. Langley ,

    Index, L, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    vacation, 438. -, Robert, tenant of lands in Guisborough, 636. Langlade , David, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 589. Langlands , John, cornet in Kerr ' s regiment, half pay for, 48, 605. Langley , Henry, of Lincolns Inn,

    General index, K - Z

    125. Langegrefe close , Beetham , 231, 233. Langeker , Thomas, 382. Langhorn , John, 138, 156. " Thomas, 139. Langlands , Troutbeck , 51. Langmire , Middleton , 404. Lang-ridding , Crosthwaite , 90. Langrigg , Richard, 351. Langstreth

    General Index, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, 01 January 1683-30 June 1683

    Lanerick. See Lanark. Lanesborough , Lord (Viscount). See Lane, George, first Viscount Lanesborough. Langford , Sir Hercules, his receiver robbed Langlands , Robert letters from, mentioned Langley [? Warwicks. ] Langley , John, bond given by Langres , Prior of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SKELTON, John (d.1439), of Skelton, Cumb.

    14th century. They owned the manors of Braithwaite, Hensingham and Skelton, as well as land in Arkleby, Kirkbampton, Linethwaite and Langlands, and thus occupied a leading position among the local gentry. John’s father, Nicholas Skelton, served as a serjeant-at-arms to


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