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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1670, 01 February 1670-28 February 1670

    of the Middle Temple, to be Steward of the several manors and lordships of Spalding, Holbeach, Whaplode, Moulton, Hogsthorpe, and Northolme, co. Lincoln, parcel of the jointure of the late Queen Mother: the said stewardship heretofore granted by the said

    Entry Book, January 1662, 01 January 1662-31 January 1662

    late priories of Newboe, Stainfield, Tupholme, Haidholme, Catteley, Nun Ormesby, the late monastry of Newstede, the late priory of Heynings, Northolme, Bardney, Nunothen. Fosse, Kirklee, Kirksbillathorpe, & c., in co. Lincoln. Ibid , p. 180. Same from same to the

    Index, N, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    demolishing walls of, 539. Northern Impositions , 358. Northie (Bexhill, Sussex), 187. Northleewood (? North Lew, Devon, or Cornwall), 41. Northolme priory (co. Lincoln), 347. Northropp , Henry, a messenger of the Chamber, 561. Northumberland county , 161, 174, 274,

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    908. Northington , William, Receiver of Aids, Essex, 358 9, 528. Northleigh , Henry, Commissioner of Aids, Devon. 192, 202. Northolme (Lincoln), 528, 536. Northolt pastures (Ryme Intrinsica), 855, 912, 1150. Northstead (manor, Yorks), 1286, 1291. Northumberland . Earl. See

    Index of places, K-Z

    127. Northgrymston , 67, 163, 169. Northland als . Norland , 53, 200. Northlande , 110. North Newald , 192. Northolme , 138. Northorpe , 174. Northorum , 157. Northowrom , 35, 36, 106, 149. Northowrome , 104, 112, 154.

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

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    CP.H.5307

    North Holme (Northolme) : undefined Location: Sleights (Sleights) : fieldname Cannot identify Sleights Location: Bishop Wilton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bolton (Bolton) : undefined Location: Kirby Underdale (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Uncleby (Unclebie) : undefined Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): North Holme (Northolme in

    CP.G.2055

    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: James Ridley [Ridley] Role: witness Details: male; 34; gentleman Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): North Holme (Northolme) : undefined Extra-parochial Participant: William Mendick [Mendick] Role: witness Details: male; 39; gentleman Location: Great Edstone (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ganton. Roadster mere or gelding, J. 3asehl, Kirby MOisperton, 2nd, Readman Rbhea. CArTLIL- sell calf, under one year, John Peacockr, Northolme; 2nd. E. Corner. YearligbllWilkisonsndSons;2nd.Corner. two year old hull iobn Kerr. Cow, inmlkiror cal, WillamLinaton; 2nd, John Herr. 'Two year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    withl botnd.mo'uth'' disaeae:.-Townships Lof xirb'ymooraide,l Welburn, B3eadlani n Nawton, Wombleton, Skiplam, Fad. moor, 4Gellmoor, hIutton.Th.Tlole. Gre'at Edstonie, Litt'te Edstone, and Northolme in the North R~iding, isj~ except the townahi a of Kiirbymoorside and. Welburn, hereby declared to 6e free from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expected to give his decision. i A brass band contest for prizes, value £35, Was held last Saiturday on the Northolme Cricket Ground, Gainuborough. Thirteen bands entered. Nearly 6,000 persons were present. Mr. T. EBmbury, Mauchester, was the judge. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and burned to the ground. 4-huse in Yss-borcugh-7yard was also-atrc_ ,bt little damage was done. The residence of Mr. Hayes, Northolme, was struck, a portion of a chimney com- pletely wrecking the conservatory. At Grayinghasn a house was much damaged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    members, but there were representatives from Aylesbury, Walton, and Stone, who greatly enjoyed the trip. W iSLOW. BraTcc.-Aug. 20, at Northolme, Winslow, the wife of Rolf Creasy, M.R.C.S., of a son, FARINGDON. FLOWER SHow.-The annual exhibition of the Faringdon Horticultural Subscribers-only content

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