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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Benedictine nuns Priory of St Mary , Neasham

    House of Benedictine nuns Priory of St Mary , Neasham HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 9. THE PRIORY 1 OF ST . MARY, NEASHAM The nunnery of Neasham was the only religious house within the limits of the county that stood

    Parishes Hurworth

    present owner. Wrightson of Neasham , baronet. Or a fesse invected and checky azure and argent between two eagles' heads razed sable in the chief and a saltire gules in the foot . NEASHAM ABBEY NEASHAM ABBEY , as the

    Religious Houses Introduction

    the Dominicans are few an d uncertain. The only independent houses that really flourished were the small Benedictine nunnery at Neasham , and the great hospitals under the bishop's immediate control. These latter were, considering the size of the county,

    Parishes Low Dinsdale

    Sockburn , and at this end there is a large plantation on the western side. The road from Hurworth and Neasham leads eastward to the manor-house and church and then crosses the Tees by a bridge; there are two fords

    Parishes Bishopton

    son of Roger de Conyers gave 17 acres there, in the time of Bishop Pudsey , to St. Mary 's, Neasham , with the right of common pertaining to an oxgang of 24 acres. 38 Roger de Conyers gave 30

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, O

    a name for Henry VIII.?), 783. Nes. See Ness. Nesbet , Pate, 536. Neseham. See Neasham. Ness (Nes) or Nestrange, Salop, 165. Nesseham. See Neasham. Nete , the (near Westminster), 929 iii. Nethe. See Neath. Netilsted. See Nettlested. Netley abbey

    Cases before the Committee, February 1653, 01 February 1653-28 February 1653

    what they know in the case. 130 623 Claimants on the Estate of James Lawson (late), William Jennison, his Grandson, Neasham, both Recusants, Co. Durham. Vol. G No. or p. 16 Feb. 1653. Wm. Jennison begs stay of all proceedings Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 255, April 1651, 01 April 1651-30 April 1651

    John Middleton, John Husband, and John Glover, postmaster, to the County Committee of Durham, that the horse boat, formerly at Neasham for accommodating the country when the Tees rose, is missing, to the prejudice of the common packet. Also certificate Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    near Tong, Salop, g. 611 (26). Neapolis or Neapolitane , bp. of. See Draper J. Neapolitans , individual. See Italians. Neasham (Nesam, Neshame) nunnery (supp.), D'ham, 305. -, pension list, p. 552 . -, prioress. See Lawson, J. Neath (Nethe

    Index, N, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    See Mawseworthye. Naygeres . See Najera. Naylond , Dr. See Nelan. Naylor (Neylour, Nayler), Robt., II. 546 (pp. 321, 324). Neasham (Neseham), Dham., I. g. 802 (66). -, priory (supp.), I. g. 802 (66). Neath (Nethe, Neth), co. Glamorgan, abbey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    else ruts- rn, left the without an effort, and won isa a canter by tevo lengths, the Mariborougis Buck besting Neasham by a length, Hernandezt, whse 0seld have been third but for a disappointment opposite the Stand, finisihring a neck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTES. CGood sport was provided for tim ltolilaly-makers at both Four Oaks and Kempton Park. At Kempton the despised Lang Syne !s easily defeated Lord Chancellor, Cortolvin, and Sidthorpe. To-. o morrow, at Kempton, I fancy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIGH GSPFORTH PARK OPEN COURSING WEETING.-SATuRD.AY.V E .s.i.. I>s I Judge, ftr. flodes' alsliper, Tom DoOtmaz. Coursing orations could not have been resumed under more i favourable elreumstances than was the case to-day at Gosforth, - ih not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    preservation, bought them at a fair price. The rest, with a portion of the urn, were secured by Mr. Georg Neasham, of the Durham University. The urn is about gin. high, and of medicuval workmonship The s coins are groats, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [3ibs.] Mr. E. Southby'sbr c Oh do, by Augur, dam Princess Royal's dam [Bibs.] Mir. Moreton's blk c Narcissus, by Neasham, dam Glance. Mr. Moreton's b f, by Kingston, dam Sacrifice. Mr. Thomas Steven's b c, by Ethelbert, dam Gaylass, Subscribers-only content


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