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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Castleton

    ibid. bdle. 36, m. 134; 37, m. 93. Ottiwell Holt was of Brimrod; the pedigree is given ( Holt of Mosside , Marland ) in Fishwick , Rochdale , 330-3. Surv. 7; he held 64 acres. John Holt had in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjourned.111 IC MURDEtR'AN7D SUICIDE. T A stulldet wiwwid Robert Ma(Vickiel' kiled Iis illicle, Jaimes .f1neVicker, witLi wlhoni he rea.edcd, at Mosside e, !111 BaillvlilUay, l: lSt iighit. Tile pliritts hall a quarrel _ about mouey, alild tbe n1epliewv stnick 1he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SuIcImI._- A studont named th of Robert MaccVicker killed hi3 imlehe, Jaimes AMaelVichcer, SI ey with wvho lie resided, at Mosside, neiar Balivilloomcy, 11I Zy on Thursday night. Thin parties had a qiuarral abouit IIl Ito moiey, and thm nephlew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was watched wilth some impatience. Two capital wrestlers cause together for the fanal-T. Kennedy, of Frizzington, and IW. Matthews, of Mosside. Each gained a call, and then Kennety gained the deciding one, end carried off the prize. The quarter-miie handicap Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . tAY-Ballynacatrig, Cavan-Ballynahinch, Hilltown, co. Down-Ballynarnalardi Fermanagh-Ballynahetty, Tyrone -Newtoncrumlin, Antrim-Portnorris, Armagh-WeD- NEsDAY-Ballycortuel, Cavan-Blackwatertowvs,, Armsagh t-Crossgar, Down-Dunaghy, Stewartstown, co. Tyrone- I Mosside, Antrim-Tobermore, Derry-TktuRsDAyBal- iynabernice, Cushendal, co. Antrlm-.N. Cunningham, Do- e negal-Foctaferry, DQWn-Fabnav-Beragh, Castlecaul- field, cc. Tyrontc Cotelill, Cavan-Dunloy, Antrim- e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    55s.; ape,- sqed £26 to £28. FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. MONDAY, JuoY 20. Lisbellaw, Fermanao- Belturbet, Cna-ateb~,-~nga-ieer Tyrone-Lis. burn, Mosside, co. Antrim-rneMoueyore, Derry-Tugeoest -Hallycbsre, Antricii-nlntosna, Tyroue-Largy, Ca.van- Libnajicki Fermash ountolisdes DcoeglTgvas -DAT~.sohdiiI,- CavraxFsao roriekess Tyrone- .Crosss1geri, Jolnsetosebridge, Z1ilItlesbu .co. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    Curwen for Spout; Stephen Garnett for Broadoke; William Rowlandson, Townyeat; John Rowlandson, Mosside; William Garnett, Tarnside; and James Strickland. Second Form . W m Garnett, Mireside; Richard Rowlandson, Mosside; Thomas Reisbeck; Tho. Cocke, How; James Rowlandson, Broadoke; and Henry Moone,

    General index, K - Z

    Mosergh , 73. Mosergh , Rowland, 244. Moss bank , Levens , 123, 124. Moss How , Witherslack , 263. Mosside , Crosthwaite , 97, 98, 99. Mount , Leonard, 243. Mountfort , William, 74. Mourthwaite , Nicholas, 329. "

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