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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Nateby

    Townships NatebyNATEBY Natebi, Nateby , 1204. Nateby is a level and low-lying township, the highest land, on the eastern side, not rising much above 70 ft. over sea level. The small hamlet of Nateby lies near the centre of

    Townships Garstang

    by the secession of the more extreme Calvinists in 1828 ; see Nateby . See Tyldesley Diary , 94, 158. Ibid. 59. In 1687 Bishop Leyburn had at Nateby Hall confirmed 1,052 Roman Catholics; ibid. 22. Fish wick, op. cit.

    The parish of Garstang GARSTANG

    Holleth; Cleveley (Part); Cabus ; Winmarleigh ; Nateby ; Garstang ; Kirkland ; Barnacre-With-Bonds; Catterall ; Claughton ; Bilsborrow ; Pilling ; The parish of Garstang has an area of 28,881 acres, and the population in 1901 numbered 5,896, 1

    The parish of Heysham

    Rep . v, App. 114; the manors of Nateby and Heysham forfeited by John Leyburne were sold to Croft Coles of Holborne. This was a friendly purchase; see the account of Nateby . Pat. 10 Geo. I, pt. iii, no.

    Townships Pillling

    'delinquents' in the Commonwealth period. 26 The owner of Eskholme Houses in 1734 complained that his right of way through Nateby to Garstang and Preston had been denied. 27 The small detached portion of the township adjoining Cockersand has resulted

  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St John, Kirkby Stephen

    KIRKBY STEPHEN. Including the manors of Hartley, Winton, Kaber, Soulby, Smardale, Waitby, Nateby, Wharton and the Forest of Mallerstang. ANTIQUITIES. In this parish we have Tumuli at Windy Hill, Ash Fell, and a barrow with subsequent Roman interment at Wiseber

    Parishes (East Ward), St Oswald, Ravenstonedale

    For the provision of soldiers to serve in the army, the parish of Ravenstonedale together with the Townships of Wharton, Nateby and Hartley, having 204 inhabited houses had to provide four men. 1839 3 July. Indenture made between Annie Brunskill

    Cases before the Committee, January 1649, 01 January 1649-31 January 1649

    209 46 246 27 Feb. Fine at , 60 l . 5 69 Claimant on the Estates of George Preston, Nateby, Co. Lancaster.; Walter Strickland, Rydal, Co. Westmoreland. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 208 184 208 179 R. 208 Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, February 1537, 21-25, 21 February 1537-25 February 1537

    of the Newhall; Thos. Westale and Rynian Wallour, of Soreby; Robt. Patrick and Hen. Gibson, of Staynemore; Ant. Wharton, of Nateby; Thos. Wrey and Hen. Bursy, of Sulby; Thos. Sutton and Ant. Emontson, of Little Musgrave; Edm. Sponer and John

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    HAWES TO SEDBERGH ROAD / HAWES TO GAYLE . An ancient pack-horse track came down the Vale of Mallerstang, past Nateby, Pot Gill and Hartley and then linked up with the Barnard Castle route at Winton. This Act was obtained

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING INTELLIGENCK NEWMARKET ANTICIYATIONS. After unminerous vicissitudes The Special Was fairly landeld first favurteatte ociock o-night, but whether he will renmain at the hiead Of thle quo1tations is as question which cannfot easily he answered. Wise quotation which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lambert Blair Drummond Bradgato Goed Rope (Achiever Pretender IZenanan Jolly Tar ILdg North Briton I Minna 'lTrci (paid) Archduke jLady Nateby (paid) Wellington The JUVxENIE STAAse Of 100 Soav each. 50 ft, for two-year- Olde; celts let 101b, fillies Set Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    200 sao s. Silverley Lord Darnley Purinin Weeper Elamm Lopez St. Clair Colo~y EtnTRTL'K FOP. THE. ?5lW.E-, PLT.&m. Lolhair Lady Nateby Waig eb1arlo.1 Jovial C by Meriln Duke of Cambrid'ge Box Marqnia of Ely Myrrhino lilly Cordolia 0 by Citadol-Light Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Lcrd Aylesford'3 Lowlander . Mat dment 3 T otheir (Cook) Jovial Boy (Mansen), Cordella colt (Huxtable), Afterglow (arodan) Lady Nateby colt (F. Webb), Merlin tLoates), Marquis ol Ely (EI. Martini, Light colt (T. French), 8ister to Elthatm (Archer), King Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their entire colt "1Cresewell Prince " is placeti third to Mr. E. Green's "MAeadow's Carbonite " and. Mr. B1. Newton's "Nateby Wonder." The best mare sod faoradugdtohe Mr. John Goodwin's; while the Cannck has Colie~ompy'sexhibit rans them cloe, ndMr.C. . Subscribers-only content

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