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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stranton

    He was succeeded by his son Clement Fulthorpe , who married Isabel daughter of Sir John Calverley , kt., of Littleburn , Durham . They had a large family, of whom the most important for Tunstall Manor were John, the

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    co. Meath Lister , John Listney , Christopher Little Ardrums (co. Meath) Little Budworth (co. Cheshire), grant of fairs in Littleburn (co. Durham) Litt lehales , Richard Little Langdale (co. Westmorland), copper mines in Littleton , Edward Capt. Edward Sir Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    14 244 Col. Wm. Steward, or Stuart, Littleburn, Co. Durham, and Galloway, Scotland. Vol. G No. or p. 21 Nov. 1650. County Committee report that he is a Scot, married Lady Calverley of Littleburn, went into Scotland before the beginning Subscribers-only content

    William III, April 1696, 01 April 1696-30 April 1696

    Newton Hansard, co. Durham, and all lands, etc., late of the said Sir Henry Calverley in those parts and in Littleburn alias Burnhall, co. Durham, are agreed to be settled upon trustees in order to be sold for raising the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the boat without food or watcr, and -were musch exhauisted, About 700 men are now out up~on strike at the Littleburn Collieries, near Durham, belonging to Mossrs, Marlcy and Co., of Darlington. The reason. for tisis is that throo or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    close to a bensstifssl park, aye desirous of LEtting part, witl or without attendance. Coath-house .sad stable if required.-Address, G., Littleburn, Westboiurnoo, Bournemonuth. S34 L LANDUDNO.-Apartnsassta Secured in asoy and every part of L the towo, o, receipt of letter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D view; private sitting room, if required. Terms moderate, o899 j)OURNEMOUTH.-Advertiser Wishes to Let part comfortably- BJfurnished Honse, for permaueney.-Addrees, Littleburn, Bournemouth West. c7422 COILWYN Bay.-Hoens, with garden. Grounds and stablineg if C requLred-James Wood, Lindon Grove, Alderiey Fdge. c.S6'7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    experimental purposes, these coming from forty-five collieries and thirty-six separate seams, and all (except those from Cannock Chase, East Hetton, Littleburn, New Seaham, and MJessrs. Pope and Pearson) were tested. The Staffordshire collieries from which dust was col- lected were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cdritending parties. His report as to the result of his efforts is ex- pected on Friday next. The men at Littleburn Colliert, which is inthe same district as the Brancepeth Collieries, and is the property of the Niortn. Brancepeth Coal Subscribers-only content

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