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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hemingbrough Cliffe with Lund

    28¼ bovates and it was thought that the owners of those lands enjoyed rights of turbary in the common called Oxgangs , adjoining Skipwith . Another extensive common occupied much of the north of the township, and 91½ common rights


    peculiar jurisdictions, 96-97 poor relief, 168 Quarter Sessions, 81 receiver-general for, 101 sheriffs of , 40 n , 97, 216 Oxgangs , 95 P Packaging , 69 Packer , Thos., 153 Paedobaptists , 117 Page : Sir Francis , 75,

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

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    : fieldname Little Barke Hill (Little Barke Hill) : fieldname Mootham (Mootham) : fieldname Hester Croft (Hestercroft) : fieldname Oxgangs(Oxgangs) : fieldname Breare Hills (Breare Hills) : fieldname Chapel Field (Chappelle Field, Chapel Field) : fieldname Blaylands (Blaylands) :

  • * British History Online *

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    Burton in Kendale

    6d., Cringle Mire 4d. Parcel of meadows within Burton called by the name of Oxgangs:Oxgangs now in the demesne of Clawthorp Hall cease to pay Oxgangs and pay tithe hay in kind, John Claughton Oxgang 8d, Christopher Beethom Ox.

    Henry VIII, April 1531, 16-30, 01 April 1531-30 April 1531

    9 June. Sittings before Will. Stewart, provost of Linclowdane, the King's treasurer, Adam Ottirburn, provost of Edinburgh, Nic. Craufurd of Oxgangs, justiciary clerk, and others. 24 April. Add. MS. 28,583, f. 186. B. M. 210. Mai to Covos. While soliciting

    General index, K - Z

    Killington , 417, 417 n . Oxenfell , John, 67. Oxford , earl of, see Vere. " parliament of, 355. Oxgangs , 289. P. Pacocke , Adam, 93. " Jake, 95. " John, 95. " heirs of , 25. Page

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *- ocal *»teUigence. Ma. and Mrs. Germa* RE ED .-On Tuesday last, Mr. and Mrs. uerman Reed accompanied by Parry, gave one of their entertainmentT.n the \IosK Hall. There was a moderate attendance. *nd Mr ■ Mrs. Reed went Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . aa o o LOW GARTH, ... HIGH GARTH, STEER CLOSES FRANK.ISH CLOSE, WALRER's CLOSE, Together with all thefe Five Oxgangs and a Half of Land, in tbe very extenfive and valuable fields- of Hun .anby, now upon the eve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a well-built Meffuaj-e, «nth Barns, Stables, Fold Yard, Orchard, or CroV bthrd tbe fame- together with a Cottag :md *6 Oxgangs of Land, lying in the Open fields ot Lanjt- tolt Aforefaid. iS Ox^angs thereof and the Cottle are Freehold, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHEFFIELD GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE General Infirmary. ** "'^Ay-'IfORNING, Oct. 6, ISOS. *^Sff CHURCH, which has _.civ bii4i-*gobe soch an entire alteration, as j. Hnake it ait_urej the appearance of a new Edifice, -rffl be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the •whole, sixty-two Acres, two Roods^ thirty-three ' Perches; fourteen Oxgangs of open Field Land, oc- Copied by George Witty ; two Oxgangs occupied by Robert five Oxgangs occupied by John Brigham, and one Oxgang and a halt occupied Subscribers-only content

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