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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, May 1654, 01 May 1654-31 May 1654

    G No. or p. O.T.T. 86 249 11 May 1654. Discharge from sequestration of a messuage, & c., in Prestwick, Ponteland, forfeited from him and bought from the Treason Trustees by Gilb. Crouch. 18 957 Purchaser of the Estate of Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 9 March 1646, 09 March 1646-09 March 1646

    House doth accept of the Sum of One hundred Thirty-and-three Pounds Six Shillings and Eight-pence of Wm. Collestone , of Ponteland in the County of Northumberland , Gentleman: His Offence being, Forsaking his Habitation, and resid ing in the Enemies

    Index, P, Q, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    may succeed Chancellor, 59; president of session, favours the Popish lords, 274. Pontefract (Pontfrett), Castle: suggested for Buccleuch's custody, 424. Ponteland : muster of, 78. Pope , the: his anxiety to recover James 6th to the truth, and intentions, if Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    75. Litleheugh , Will [Rutherford ] : resets English outlaws, 338, 397. Little , John: sheep stealer, 151. John, of Ponteland: fugitive, reset by Eure, 338; removed by Eure's account, 340 1. Littles : their blood feuds with England componed Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    see Pwllheli. Poltney , widow Pond Coppice , Grafton Park Pont River , Essex Pontefract , co. York, writ to Ponteland , Northumberland Poole , Sir Neville, late sheriff of Wilts letter to Richard, clergyman Richard, receiver of saltpetre account Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.5181

    People & Places Participant: Mark Errington [Errington] Role: plaintiff Details: male; armiger, son of Nicholas Errington, deceased Location: Ponteland (Northumberland) Place(s): Ponteland (Pont Island) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Frances Errington [Errington] Role: defendant Details: female; widow

    TRANS.CP.1677/8

    Role: testator Details: male; Armiger; deceased Location: Ponteland (Northumberland) Place(s): Ponteland(Ponteland, Pont Island) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: FrancisErrington [Errington] Role: appellant Details: female; Widow; relict of Nicholas Errington, armiger, deceased, late of Ponteland Participant: MarkErrington [Errington] Role: appellate Details:

    CP.H.3188

    male; armiger / gentleman Location: Ponteland (Northumberland) Place(s): Ponteland (Pont Island, Pont Eland) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Nicholas Errington [Errington; Erington] Role: testator Details: male; armiger; deceased Location: Ponteland (Northumberland) Place(s): Ponteland (Pont Island) : ecclesiastical

    CP.E.137

    proctor Details: male Participant: John Eston [Eston; de Eston] Role: witness Details: male; clerk Employment: vicar of Ponteland Location: Ponteland (Northumberland) Place(s): Ponteland(Ponteland) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunolm) : diocese Notes: Helen can you standardise the employed as placenames

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Odiham

    priest in mass vestments; the inscription reads: 'Hic jacet magist' Will[el ] m[u ] s Goode nup[er ] vicarius de Ponteland in Northubria et rector de Dogmasfeld qui obiit xj die Septebris anno D[omi ] ni mill[essi ] mo cccc

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOHNSON, William (d.1420), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    Thomas Langley, bishop of Durham, who made him farmer of the temporalities of the churches of Embleton, Horton Grange and Ponteland at some point before August 1410, and who was the feudal overlord of the land in Gateshead and Whickham

    SCROPE, Sir John le (d.1405), of Hollinhall and Haldenby, Yorks.

    on both occasions. Not long afterwards, Sir Aymer Atholl, Elizabeth’s uncle, settled upon her and her husband the manor of Ponteland in Northumberland, along with a reversionary interest in the pension of £30 p.a. which he had initially received from

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 April 1797, 24 April 1797

    the " Road from the Wefi Cow-gate, near the Town of " Newcaßle-upon-Tyne, thro ugh the WeftEnd of Kenton, " Ponteland, Higham Dykes, Newham Edgey Belfay " Mill and South Middleton, to the North Side of the " River Wanfpeck, Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1797, 25 April 1797

    Repair the Road from the Weft Cowgate near the " Town of Newcaftle-upon-Tyne, through the Weft End " of Kenton, Ponteland, Higham Dykes, Newham Edge, " Bel/ay Mill and South Middleton, to the North Side " of the River Wan/peck, Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1797, 27 April 1797

    Repair the Road from the Wefi Cowgate, w near the Town of Newcafile-upon-Tyne, through the " Weft End of Kenton, Ponteland, Higham-Dykes, New- " ham Edge, Belfay Mill and South Middleton, to the " North Side of the River Wanfpeck, Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1797, 3 May 1797

    " Road from the Wefl Cowgaie, near the Town of New- " caflle-upon-Tyne, through the Weft End of Kenton, " Ponteland, Higham Dykes, Newham Edge, Belfay Mill, " and South Middleton, to the*North Side of the River Wanfpeck, in the Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1797, 3 May 1797

    in Repair, the Road from the Weß Cowgate, near the Town of Newcaflle-upon- Tyne, through the Weft End of Kenton, Ponteland, Higham Dykes, Newham Edge, Belfay Mill, and " South Middleton, to the North Side of the River " Wanfpeck, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived at. To counteract this movement there have also been meetings of farmers,-one at Morpeth -on Wednesday week, one at Ponteland on Monday, and a third, the most important, at Newcastle on Tuesday. Here substantially the same course was adopted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church. The Rev. WV. M. Richard son, of 'Merton College., and vicair of Welvercote, Oxford, has accepted the living of Ponteland, valued at, £6605. per annumn and house. The living, is vested in Merton College. ,IlThe next mneeting of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grantham, ltinginere, Louth, and Gullane next week, If so, what will become of such meetings as Croxton Park, iiplin Coates, Ponteland, Driffield, and that kidney, when opposed to the great races at Birming- ham, Coventry, and Northampton? Let us hope Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having the hardihood to pursue the sports on the flat ; and jumping has been patromsed at Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Biewood, Swindon, Ponteland, and elsewhere. The revival of the hunt contests by the Albrighton members is much to be commended; and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27 I Llamboldy ...... 271 Croxton Park .. 38 Ponteland .. S Abergavenny.... 12 AlorefordSpring ly Newmarket C * 9 T.. rhk . 13 EpoomSpring 1 Canterbury Spring 10 The Hoo ........ 14 Nowmarket F. SW 23 Oatterickn IkIdgl. . Subscribers-only content

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