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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    Saints , the prior withdrew from Durham to one of his manor houses, usually to Bearpark [Beaurepaire ] , Bewley, Pittington , or Wardley , attended by his officers and a considerable number of the monks, for the purposes of

    Parishes Billingham

    engineer' quitclaimed to Prior German all the land he held of him in Wolviston in return for a carucate in Pittington . 148 Richard had a tenant, Ralph son of Gamel son of Aelsi son of Arkil, who held in

    Parishes Stranton

    m. 14; R. 46, m. 5. Ibid. Ibid. file 169, no. 18. Ibid. file 170, no. 3. See Ludworth , Pittington parish. Dur. Rec. cl. 3, file 177, no. 75. Ibid. no. 114; no. 6, fol. 34; R. 156, m.

    The city of Durham Introduction (3 of 3)

    within two hours of summons on Palace Green . A series of beacons was arranged, Gateshead signalling to Pittington Hill , and Pittington to Durham . 223 Otherwise, too, it was a gloomy year in the city, the cotton factory

    Parishes Sedgefield

    no. 49, 65. Dur. Rec. cl. 12, no. 26 (1). Margaret was the sister and heir of William Simpson of Pittington (q.v.). Surtees, op. cit. iii, 52. Ibid.; Dur. Rec. cl. 3, R. 94, m. 31 d. Surtees, loc. cit.

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

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    CP.I.1004

    sentence Outcome:Defendant won Date: 1730 - 23/7/1730 People & Places Participant: ThomasHaswell [Haswell] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Pittington (Durham) Place(s): Pittington(Pittington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: EliizabethDodgson [Dodgshon] Role: defendant Details: female; Widow Location: Durham : city Place(s): St

    TRANS.CP.1574/1

    Place(s): Durham (Dunelm) : city Location: West Field (The West Feild, West Feyld) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Pittington (Durham) Place(s): Pittington(Pittington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hart (Durham) Place(s): Hart (Harte) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Monk Hesleden (Durham) Place(s):

    CP.E.101

    witness Details: male; 60 Location: Durham Place(s): Framwellgate Moor (Framwelgate) : undefined Participant: Thomas Pittington [de Pityngton] Role: witness Details: male Location: Pittington (Durham) Place(s): Pittington (Pityngton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: St Oswald (Durham) Place(s): St Oswald (sanctus Oswaldus Dunelm')

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WoxEIrut EscAPER-An , accident of a most extraordinary character occurred last week on the farmn of Mr H. Newby, of Pittington Halgarth, near Sunderland, under the following circumstances:-It appears that one of Mr l NeLwbvs men was engag.ed with a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Police-constable Farrow, of the h Durham County Force, was found to have fallen over the edge of a quarry at Pittington, in the course of his beat, Y! during ths prevalence of a severe gale. He was alive when t- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flour merchant. JOSEErE JAMES BA.&r, Ropergate, Pontefract. cocoahonus. proprietor. GEORGE LA-cAsrss, Great Shambles, York, provision dealer and grocer. MICHAEL TissoA.L Pittington, county of Durham, far.mer and botcher. 'W IcLrAS RoCr, Commercial Road, Grantham, general dealer. JoexN lrarCns, Stamford, Northasmptonshsire, lately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Croseglato, otherwvise Saint Margareit in Crossgate, Durham-Moor--lotuses, rrailuwellgate, Kecirier, Gilliltate Moor, Giigate, otherivise Saint Gies, Sherburn, Slierburn I-louse, Pittiugtorr, otherwise Pittington H~all- Garth, Wlriltw-l, Old Durhans, Eivet Barony, Elvet Bo- rough, Shinclillb, Cassopn Burtterby, Sunderland Bridge, Croxidale, Coxihue, Churreh Kelloc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Otherwise Saint Margaret hi int Crosligate, Durhsni-Mloor-Houses, Fratnverllgate, Keepiler, terr 6illigate Moor, Gilligate, otherwise Saint Giles, Sherbusro, Par] Sherimurn House, Pittington, Otherwise p~ittissgtol Hell. .41 Garth. Whitwvell, Old Durlsam, ElVet Barony, Eli-et Be- teric rough, Shlinflifl'e, Cessop, liutterby, Sunderland Bridge, Subscribers-only content

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