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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr

    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr COWPE, LENCH, NEWHALL HEY, HALL CARR Couhope, 1325. Lenches (xvii cent.). This crescent-shaped township occupies the northern slope of the ridge which divides the hundreds of Blackburn and Salford ,

    Stapenhill Established church

    Drakelow , ' Heathcote ' (a lost settlement in Stanton township), and Newhall , as well as one at Cauldwell, recorded in 1280 . 9 A graveyard at Newhall was recorded in 1292 . 10 There may also have been

    Parishes Holford

    1835 . 48 ECONOMIC HISTORY. Holford and Newhall between them included 4 ploughlands in 1086 ; Holford had 3 a. of meadow, 60 a. of pasture, and 4 a. of woodland, and Newhall included 1/2 league of woodland. Holford demesne

    Hospitals St Lawrence , Nantwich

    to the baron of Wich Malbank. 5 At some point it was merged with the chapel of St. James in Newhall ( Acton par.) 6 and the chantry commissioners in 1548 valued the property of both chapels at £3 16

    Isleham Local government

    courts were still held into the late 19th century for Great Isleham with Great Bernards, for Beckhall , and for Newhall and Uphall manors. From 1689, however, their proceedings were all recorded in the same set of court books running

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.53

    Details: male; 30; armiger Location: Bolling (Bollyng) : undefined Participant: Guy Pilkington [Pylkynton] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Location: Newhall(Newhall) : undefined Place(s): Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Wakefield (Wakefeld) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Miles Radcliff [Ratclif] Role: witness Details:

    TRANS.CP.1688/1

    Location: Thrumpton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thrumpton (Thrumpton) : undefined Participant: FrancisThwaite [Thwaites] Role: appellate Details: male; Clerk Participant: ThomasWadland [Wadland] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Stapenhill (Derbyshire) Place(s): Newhall (New Hall) : undefined Location: Attenborough (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Chilwell (Chilwell) : undefined

    CP.G.3343

    : fieldname Location: Wath Upon Dearne (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newhall (Newhaul, Newhall) : manor This manor is split across two parishes, Wath upon Dearne and Darfield. Location: Darfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newhall (Newhaul, Newhall) : manor This manor is split across two

    TRANS.CP.1688/2

    (Thrumpton) : undefined Participant: FrancisThwaite [Thwaites] Role: appellate Details: male Participant: SamuelCrobrow [Crobrow] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Stapenhill (Derbyshire) Place(s): Newhall (New Hall) : undefined Location: Barwick In Elmet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Barwick in Elmet (Berwick in Elmet) : undefined

    CP.G.114

    ecclesiastical parish Actually a perpetual curacy here. Location: York, The Castle (Yorkshire) Place(s): York Castle (Castello Ebor) : undefined Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newhall(Newhall juxta Wakefeld) : hamlet Location: Marston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Marston (Merston) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINERG LONDON, MAY 26, 1833. ATe understand that the evidence hitherto given before the committee to inquire into the commercial distress is against those by whom inquiry was so loudly called for. Now, however, is the time for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Mondab, June 24. LOCAL COURTS BILL. On the question-that the House should resolve into Committee on this Bill, the Earl of EaDON repeated his objections to the measure, and moved that it be committed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmiingham Political Union since the reorganisation of this Formidable body took place at Newhall hitl, a spot associated with so many. glorions recollections of political triumphs in former days. About twelve o'clock the members ofithe Union, consisting now of nearly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brewer-H. Bates. East 'eckham, mller-. Brown, Cheltenham, grocer-F. J. Hiller, Dover, builder- Davies and 3M. Jones, Taunton, Somersetshire, grocers-J. Till, Newhall, Derbyshire, earthenware manutacturer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. W. Glover, Edinburgb, surgeon. Friday, Novemnber 8. WAR OFFICE. NovemaERt 8. 9th Foot-C. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Csombo of all deseriostions.-At hietealfa's, 1311 Oford esrect, nearly opposite I-laorcar sqartea. FC OSEP OITLLOTT, PATENT STEEL PEN PMIANUFACTURER. 53 Newhall swreet, and Orahanssret 'd isninoghase. aC JOSEPI5H OTIILOTT hoe befonerytvts'yrsrggdin tho d. oonufortore of STEEL PENS, wed doriog~ than Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOYOWE, Richard.

    survey, by the 14th century it had acquired two hamlets, the manors of Polrode (in St. Tudy) and Delamere and Newhall (in St. Teath), the advowson of St. Ludgvan, and other substantial properties. Men of that name represented Cornish boroughs

    URQUHART, Alexander (d.1727), of Newhall, Ross.

    (d.1727), of Newhall, Ross. Constituency Dates Cromartyshire 1715 301722 Ross-shire 1722 301727 Ofifces Held Ensign 15 Ft. 1708; capt. Stanwix’s Ft. 1710; half-pay 1714. Biography Though returned for Cromartyshire on the recommendation of the Duke of Montrose, the secretary of

    MACDONNELL, Charles (1761-1803), of Newhall and Kilkee, co. Clare.

    (1761-1803), of Newhall and Kilkee, co. Clare. Constituency Dates Yarmouth IoW 7 Sept. 1803 Ofifces Held MP [I] 1796-1800. Ofifces Held Ensign, 19 Ft. 1780; Lt. Irish vols. in America, 1781; capt. 105 Ft. 1782, half-pay 1783; capt. 96 Ft.

    COLYER, James (c.1560-97), of Darlaston, Staffs.

    for £480. Each year more went until, by his death, he had nothing left save a house in Stone called Newhall and three small properties. Over a period of ten years he realised £2,200. His reasons are unknown.[footnote]He was returned

    BUGGE, Edmund (d.1410/11), of Newhall in Thurlaston, Leics.

    (d.1410/11), of Newhall in Thurlaston, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire Jan. 1397 Leicestershire Jan. 1404 Ofifces Held Master forester in the duchy of Lancaster honour of Leicester bef. Mich. 1400-28 Nov. 1410. Ofifces Held Commr. to make proclamation of Henry IV’s

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Islington.

    Chitting, Esq; Chester Herauld at Arms, eldest Daughter of William Bennet , Gentleman, by Joice, Widow of Richard Joselin of Newhall Jocelins in Essex , Esq; and Daughter to Robert Atkinson of Stowell in the County of Glocester, Esquire. She

 

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