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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1500-1505

    life interest in. Richard Nicholson, chaplain, Thomas Norcrosse, chaplain, Robert Stele, and Robert Jenkynson John Langold and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Langold and Letwell. William Fairfax, serjeant at law, Guy Palmes, serjeant at law, John Aclom, esq.,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1541-45

    Anthony Villers, esq. Manor of Letwell and 10 messuages with lands in Tyckell, Wallyngwellys, Woodsettys, Coterell Woods, Gyldenwellys, Letwell, and Langold. Edward North, esq. Arthur Hopton Manor of Swyllyngton and 60 messuages and 2 water mills with lands in Swyllyngton,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1573

    and Dunkeswicke, also the moiety of the manor of Harwoodde. George Inglebye, merchant Robert Harryson, gent. Messuage with lands in Langold and Letwell. Roger Westwood Christopher Monckton, esq., and Thomas Monckton, gent., and Margery his wife Messuage with lands in

    Yorkshire Fines, 1601, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    Lynley, gent. Anthony Alsoppe, gent., and Jane his wife Manor of Letwell and a messuage with lands in Letwell, Gyldingwells, Langold, Wallingwells, and St. John's. Robert Mote, gent., and Henry Ryley Walter Stubley and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Bentley

    Index of names

    177, 181, 319, 344, 359. Langdall , 183, 255. Langdayle , 192. Langfelowe , 11, 51. Langley , 51, 63. Langold , 20. Langthorne , 306. Langton , 22, 81, 84, 93, 95, 100, 108, 145, 163, 179, 183, 244,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAND SEVI standing and 0w OAK I RE13S, in Two Loth, now sta1 >Ii u apon Lands at and near Langold, belanging .Ki1ht, CEq. e "LOT 1,-l45 OAK TREES, ' re standing and growing upon Lands Ziebbion of Mr. Fallows, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filies, Bit, 4 h .A.Foar miles. (6 Subscribers.) Sir Wc.Maxwell'sgr. c. Visrount..bro. to Baron I Mr. T. Duncorsbe's h. c, Langold, .............2 2 to I and S to 2 on Viscount-won in a canter. Sweepetaaeas of 20g. each, for two-year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year of a Subscription of 5gs each. d miles. b 10 subs. Mr Watt's Atisidara, I i Mr T. Dunermbe's Langold 3 Ld Scarbro's Catton, I IjD. of Leedss Georgiasua, 4 3 to I on Altisidora. Won easy. g The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds. Damencenr.-April 3rdkaged 24, Fanny, wife of H. G. Denbigh, of Leads. DouonTr.-April 4th, aged 71, Wmi Doughty, esq,, of Langold Hal, near Worksop, Nelts. DumorOroND,-March 31et, aged 77, Mr. Gorgoe Drummnond, of YEst- parade, Heworth-road, York. Foas-April 3rd, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire Ruskin," a barrister-at-law. had taker up his abode at Eirbetk HIall John, t-ho yrounger brother (a lesser light, at Langold. The .peculiar decorum for which iroeck and Lotwrell cillagra ha-e ever been noted is attributable. to the in- fluenlce Subscribers-only content

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