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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stranton

    of Ludworth . 102 On this marriage the quarter of Seaton Carew was settled. William Hayton apparently died childless, and the manor was reconveyed to trustees to hold for Alice during her life, with reversion to Roger Lumley of Ludworth


    - - Horseley , Ric., Sam., vicar of Milton , Wm., Lucas: Edw., John, Wm., Lucy , Sir Amaury de, Ludworth : Geof., Isabel, see Lyons Lulworth Castle (Dors.), Lunn: Edw., rector of Elsworth , Wm. (fl. 1694-1747 ), archdeacon

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    lands, houses, rents, & c. in Norhamshire, Islandshire, Harbottle , Warkworth , Cramlington , Newcastle , Pipewellgate, Hawthorne, Silksworth, Wareknoll, Ludworth , Hulam , Hutto n Henry , Hartlepool , Fishburn , Claxton , Pounteys, Barmpton , Newsham , Winston

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Mellor Lodge

    Meeting Places Congregational Church Rooms, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire, England 1918 Congregational Hall, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire, England 1921 Horse Shoe Inn, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire, England 1926 George Hotel, Ludworth, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire, England 1935 Masonic Hall, New Mills, Derbyshire, England 1977

    Lodge of Union

    1819 Devonshire Arms, Newhouse Hill, Mellor, Derbyshire 1822 Wellington Arms, Mellor Moor End, Mellor, Derbyshire 1834 Duke of Sussex, Mellor Moor End, Mellor, Derbyshire 1838 Shuttle Inn, Compstall Bridge, Ludworth, Derbyshire 1840 Queen's Arms Inn, George Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire 1860

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitehjead, PF:ilworfr , Lanscaslire, cnltdswe tuters. Attornies, Messrs. Wiflis arid Co. Warfsrldq-couri SA77URDAY'S LOS DO-S GAZETTE. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSTLDED. NY. Bennett, Ludworth, Derbys~Sirc, victrualler. BANK IRU PTS. T. Luke, Exeter, Devou, brewer. Attsoroy, 1lr.loxy CPleapside. R;. Smythe, Tottenham, Nfiddlesexn mor,!y-srrivener. Alr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Walker, Barnard's inn. T. A. Kendall, Paternoster row, silk-manufacturer. [James, Bucldersbury. C. Bartlett-, Plymouth, shipowner. [Sole, Aldermanbury. T. Taylor, Ludworth, victualler. [Taylor, Pump court. 0. Tunstall, Worcester, hop-merchant. [Harvey, Lincoln's inn fields. J. James, Aerthyr-Tidvil, carpenter. [Holme and CoNew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Coleman-st. J. Tsercer, Trapston, innkeeper. [Sanders, Hart-st. Bloomsbury-sqnare. J. Barlcock, Shrivenham, Berksh. linen-draper. [Holme and Co. New-inn. J. Beard, Ludworth, corn-dealer. [Milne and Co. Temple. J. Wathen, Rodborough, Gloucestersh. clothier. [Blower, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Fridayt, Aprl .7. lJsoLvrzNTs.-G. Batton, Reading, chnainan. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coln's Inn. H. Peacock, Leather-lane, dealer In potatoea.-LGalsworthy and Nichols, Cook's-court. Lincoln's In1. F. Cates, Brydges-st., hotel-keeper.-{Groom. Abehurch-lane. W. Moors, Ludworth, Derbyshire. cotton-manufacturer.-[Back, Verulam-buildings. E. Badger, Merthyr Tydvill currier.-[Poole and Gamlen, Gray's Inn-square. P. Massey, Longsight, Manchester, coach prwprietor.-CAdlington ard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 per cent., and yestelrday lsuesond work. All thle pita in tbe Durhanm district resumied work yes- terlay, except Thoriley, Ludworth, anld M'healley IIll, wbere the rien decline to sign tn agrV Jeement to work elevn u deys a folrltight, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    James II - volume 2, March 1687, 01 March 1687-31 March 1687

    44/337, p . 219 1522 March 4. Grant of the dignity of a Baronet of England to John Duck of Ludworth, co. Durham, and to his heirs male. S.P . 44/337, p . 219 1523 March 4. Discharge in the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1686-31 May 1687

    disbanded at Trinity College Duchy of Cornwall . See Cornwall. Duchy of Lancaster . See Lancaster. Duck (Ducke), John, of Ludworth, grant of baronetcy to Richard, J.P. of Devon ducking , of lewd women, mentioned Duckveill . See Dykvelt. Dudley Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1541, 26-31, 26 May 1541-31 May 1541

    of St. Oswald; the tithes of corn in the townships of North-Pitington, South-Pitington, Shaldeforth, Hepton-super-Montem, Hasshewell graunge, Southshurburn, Northshurburn, and Ludworth in the parish of Pitington, and in the townships of Hasilden, Hardewike, Shereghton, Eden, Huton, and Holome, in the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNTON, Roger (d.1430), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    in the court of his former adversary, Bishop Langley of Durham. Other piecemeal acquisitions included the manors of Swalwell and Ludworth and holdings in Herrington and Darlington.[footnote] Thornton was, of course, much in demand as a trustee, and over the

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