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

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    CONS.CP.1803/3

    guardians in the case. Participant: William Hopwood [Hopwood] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Framework Knitter Location: Greasley (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Newthorpe(Newthorpe) : undefined Participant: Joseph Walker [Walker] Role: guardians Details: male Employment: Collier Location: Nottinghamshire Place(s): Beverley (Beverley) : undefined

    CP.I.565

    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: WilliamCrompton [Crompton] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: Paper maker Location: Sherburn In Elmet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newthorpe (Newthrop) : undefined Participant: JohnHardy [Hardy] Role: witness Details: male; 33 Employment: Farmer Location: Swillington (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swillington (Swillington)

    DC.CP.1531/6

    Notary Public Participant: William Nelstrop [Nellestrop; Nellestrop; Nellesthorpe] Role: witness Details: male; 40; free Location: Sherburn In Elmet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newthorpe (Newthorp) : undefined Sherburn in Elmet (Shirburne) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Alexander Barnabe [Barneby] Role: witness Details: male; 50;

    DC.CP.1780/2

    cum Aberford and Newthorpe Employment: Farmer Participant: Adam Sowden [Sowdon; Sowden] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Sherburn In Elmet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sherburn in Elmet (Sherburne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Sherburn In Elmet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newthorpe(Newthorpe) : township

    DC.CP.1700/5

    (Sherburne) : ecclesiastical parish Barkston (Barkeston, Barston) : undefined South Milford (Milford) : undefined Huddleston (Hudleston in Lumby) : undefined Newthorpe (Newthrop) : undefined Micklefield (Mickfield) : undefined Lotherton cum Aberford (Lotherton in Abberford) : undefined Lennerton (Lenerton) : undefined

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1638, 01 January 1638-31 December 1638

    lands wher on this man nowe questioned liveth, and I doe receive of him 3 s p annum cheife rent." Newthorpe, Aprill xth, 1638. Holograph. Two seals. Endorsed: "Patricke Cocke his letter in the behalfe of Mr William Hewitt to

    Yorkshire Fines, 1569

    Messuage with lands in Huby and Dunkeswyke. John Pyne and Nicholas Sympson William Hungate, esq. Manor of Newthrope als . Newthorpe and 12 messuages and a watermill with lands in the same and in Shyrburne, which, after a term of

    Yorkshire Fines, 1556

    Manors of Huddleston, Colling, and Conondley, and 40 messuages, 20 cottages, and 2 mills with lands there and in Sherborne, Newthorpe, Melford, Farborn, Myckelfeld, Aberford, Ludderton, Mersheland, Swyneflete, Rednes, Heslyngton, Fulforthe, Naborne, and Keldwycke, and a capital messuage in the

    Index, N, O

    of. See Blount, Mountjoy. Newport Pagnell , co. Bucks, payments towards garrison of, 379, 380. Newport Street , London, 431. Newthorpe , co. Notts, letter dated from, 295. Newton , Adam, of Charlton, co. Kent, Dean of Durham, and Treasurer

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 16 March 1830, 16 March 1830-16 March 1830

    of Leeds and Selby Railway Bill. A Petition of Owners of land, Farmers and other Inhabitants of South Milford, Sherburn, Newthorpe and Micklefield , contiguous to the proposed Railway from Leeds to Selby , in the west riding of the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Auckland St Andrew

    22 Richard de Barnard Castle , occ. 1369 23 John de Newthorpe of Pontefract , occ. 1377 24 William de Walworth , coll. 3 September, 1377 , p.r. J. Newthorpe 25 Hugh de Westwick , occ. 1388 26 John Burgess

    House of Carthusian monks The priory of Beauvale

    the value of £20 per annum to the monastery in the towns of Selston , Watnall , Kinmark, 3 and Newthorpe . 4 Another early benefaction was the advowson of the church of Farnham , with an acre of land,

    Parishes Broughton with Frenchmoor

    of York , 106 but it subsequently became a rectory, the advowson of which was 'parcel of the prebend of Newthorpe and Wilton . . . and attached to the dignity a nd office of the treasurer of York Cathedral.'

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    mills; the townships of Radford , Morton , and Keighton, 1 with all their appurtenances, and whatsoever he had in Newthorpe and Papplewick both in wood and plain; also, with the consent of King Henry , the Nottingham churches of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARKHAM, Ellis (by 1515-78), of Laneham, Notts.

    a year and in 1558 at £40. By 1553 he was holding the site of the prebend and lands in Newthorpe, Yorkshire, but nothing has come to light about his other acquisitions.[footnote]By 1536 Markham was a servant of Edward Lee,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1774, 25 March 1774

    and to adjourn as they pleafe, Newthorpe Hod'w 2a vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An Aa for Great and. « dividing and enclofmg certain Commons and Wafte Commons En- " Grounds, called Newthorpe Great Common and Be- clofure Bill, Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1774, 26 March 1774

    Bill, intituled, " An gerkyCom- " Act for dividing and enclofing certain Commons mons Enclo- " and Wafte Grounds, called Newthorpe Great 'Com- fure BllL " man and Begerley Common, in the Parifh of Grea/ley, " in the County of Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1774, 31 March 1774

    the " County of Warwick." ce 31. An Aft for dividing and enclofing certain " Commons and Wafte Grounds, called Newthorpe £t Great Common and Begerley Common, in the Parifh of " Greq/Iey, in the County of Nottingham." " 32. Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    the Petition of the Owners of Land, South Mil. Farmers and other Inhabitants of South Milford, Sher- ford. &c: burn, Newthorpe and Micklefield, contiguous to the proposed Railway from Leeds to Selby, in the West Riding of the County of Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    P. XXXIV. 505. 543. Nether Wyerfdak, P. XXXIII. 94. 544. Newbold, P. XXXIV. 98. 545. Newnham, P. XXIX. 731. 546. Newthorpe, P. XXXIV. 484. 547. Newton, Eaft, P. XXXII. 659. .543. Heath, XXXIIL 529. AW zW^/ /„, 349. Lincolnlhire, P. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JOHN McKay, Roper Street, Whitehaven, boot and sboe dealer, TicoarAs BN.JAMrIN DIrYTN. Selattyn, Salon, farmer. THOMAS PRIoR, Arkwxright Street and Newthorpe Stoeet, Nottingham. joiner and undertaker JosraI PHlILrrIPS RICHAIS, lately trading as Josiah P. Richards and Co., Melbourne Grove, East Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lately residing Iat Upper Mill, Saddlbworth, Yorkshire, trading at Haworih's Buildings, Cross Street, Manchester, yarn agent and merchant. IrA CLrARE, Newthorpe, Nottingham, joiner and builder. RoEsET CooPEBx Mann Street, Hyson Green, lately of Gladstone Street, both Nottingham, ironwor;er, lately provision Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that sect when he was twenty years of age, and when he resigned the pastorate of Hill Top Baptist Church, Newthorpe, in 1880, he was presented with the watch he wvas wearing at the time he met bis death. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cotlpriiisig altogetlier ahbout 95O Ac5es of capit-l Land, Tyile-rFee, fituated at Sherbuyn, Church Fenton, Little Fe ton, flaktoln, RiggnI Mtlfotd, Newthorpe and Aberford, tvgesher with luttable Farm-Htufs and other Conveniencts. The great North Road from Fereybridge to Tadcaflcer paffles through Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nvewthorpe and Aberford, together witb fultablei Farm-Hoofts and other Conveniences. Alfo, the r'reberddl Tythes of Micklefield, Lotherton-curm- Aberford, Ruddleilon and Newthorpe. The great North Fold from Feersbrirlge to Tadcafler paffes through the Eftate, which is fituate in a fine Sporting Subscribers-only content

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