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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Arkengarthdale Bathurst. Sable two bars ermine with three crosses formy or in the chief .

    Hope Moor to Barnard Castle . The parish now comprises the villages of Arkle Town (Arkilton, 1473), Booze (Bowehous, 1473), Langthwaite and Whaw (Kiwawe, 1282; le Kuawe, 1285; Quaghe, 1342), and the hamlets of High Green , Seal Houses (Westselehous,

    Townships Scotforth

    falling somewhat quickly into the Conder valley. To the south-west of this road, about a mile above the river, is Langthwaite . The mill above-named is placed on a brook which flows southwest and south through the central depression and

    Naburn NABURN 1739

    held from Maunsel similarly surrendered any claim to the assarts, in return for a grant of land in ground called Langthwaite . 15 Other reclamation was carried out by the Norfolks and the Palmeses. Martin of Norfolk granted cultivated land

    Index L-Z

    Fanny, 26; Gilb., de, 113 n ; Jas. P., 26; Juliana de, 113 n Langslack ( Dalton ), 308 n Langthwaite , 56, 57 n , 58 n Langton , Sir John (de), 97 n , 194; Marg., 194; Will,

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

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    CP.G.282

    Percy (Bollton Percie) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Shillito [Shelito] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Christopher Beesley [Beysley] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langthwaite (Langthwait) : hamlet

    CP.H.5739

    walls of Yorke) : religious house Location: London : city Place(s): LondonCharterhouse Yard (Charter House Yard) : undefined Location: London (London) : city Location: Nottinghamshire Place(s): Nottingham (Nottingham) : undefined Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langthwaite(Langthwaite) : undefined

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1593, 01 January 1593-31 December 1593

    Manors of Wolley and Norton and 60 messuages, 100 cottages, and 4 watermills with lands there and in Cawthorne, Darton, Langthwaite, Breerley, Normanton, Chappelthorpe, Roiston, Cumberworth, Mapplewell, Netherton, Pontefract, Waykefeild, and Doncaster. William Stubbes, esq. William Blunt, esq., and Ann

    Index of places, K-Z

    61. Langside als . Langsett , 61. Langstroth , 108. Langstrothdaill , 108. Langsyde , 181. Langthorne , 115, 127. Langthwaite , 196. Langtoft , 10, 93. on the Woold, 21. Langton , Great, 28. , Great, upon Swale, 163.

    Index of places, K-Z

    , 73. Langthorne , 196. Langthorpp , 111. Langthrop als . Lanthorpe , 129. Langthropp als . Lanthorpp , 170. Langthwaite , 116. Langtofte , 52. Langton , 155. , Great, 38. Magna, 14. Lanmothe , 135. Lanthorpe als .

    General index, K - Z

    , 90. Langrigg , Richard, 351. Langstreth , Elinor, 176. Langta , Richard, 146. " Roger, 220. " William, 183. Langthwaite , 313. Langton , John, 284, 399. " Ralph, 399. Lapidge , Mr., 324. Larkrigg , 181, 185. "

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the old Cumber- land Statesman, Jobby Dowthwaite, whose character we may indicate by an extract: No man in or about Langthwaite was so much respected as Jobby Dowthwaite of Dale Head. The safest and longest-headed man in the parish, he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F~laesaglian Mr. Jassiesoe's Jalvbisde heat Mr. Iloseo.l'srves's i'illios'too Air. I licdlsoe's Hlasrvest Time I1. beait Dr. hlerbertson's King Mr, TLw's Langthwaite beat Mr. Shaw's Sylph 11, A1r, Alexander's Alice Rribby beat MIr. Irvisg's Daccs Air. Iity's Bonus beat Air. Mooere's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wine Bottles agst Mr. Gale ns Tcrpa'n Mr. Bell'e Braea of Boreland agst Mr. Swinburn ns Sutton Squire Mr. Law'a Langthwaite agst Mr. W. B. Smith's Countless Grace Darling Mir, Russel's Rival Chief agst Mr. H, Ba3s ns Dick Day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HULL. Cs ULL SPRING FAiR.-The first spring fair was held e on Tuesday, and more than realised the mos t sanguine ex- he pectations entertained by its promoters respecting it. The At supplyofbhorses, sheep, and horned cattle, was nutmeroiss,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIr. Edward Williams, Mr. William l Carleton, Mr. J. T. Flower, and. Mr. Francis Ingham. 1 Wheatley and Sandall: Ar. Thomas Kelsey. Hexthorpe and Balby: Air. Samuel Crawshaw. Warmsworth: Mr. I Robson Dale. Langthwaite and Tilts: Sir. James I Broughton. Subscribers-only content

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