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  • * British History Online * *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1526-7

    e m, I aske alowans of vacacion for a quart er , of the chambre a t s ir petur Raughton kept before his deth' xx d * * * * * It e m, I aske for vacacion for

    Yorkshire Fines, 1516-20

    messuages with land in Bawtres. 1516 MICHAELMAS TERM , 8 HENRY VIII . William Conyers de Conyers , kt., John Raughton, clerk, William Thorpe, chaplain, Robert Cleregenet, and Simon Emerson John Glenne and Johanna his wife Manors of Thwyng and

    Yorkshire Fines, 1486-99

    issue, and failing such to the right heirs of John and Alice . James Haton, chaplain, and Robert Clargenet Robert Raughton, clerk 7 messuages with lands in Lakenby, Kirkelethum, Uplethum, Maltby, and Thorp, near Kylton. 1499 MICHAELMAS TERM , 15

    General Index, R, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    Sir John Ratcliff , Mrs. her husband Ratcliff e , co. Middlesex Ratcliffe , Elizabeth, affidavit of her mother Richard Raughton , Dennis Rault , Giles la Raunds , co. Northampton, paper relating to ship-money Raunson (sic) Raveny , Marguerite Subscribers-only content

    Introduction, Index of names

    108. Raff , Robert, 63. Raffe , the porter, 186. Rastall , Mr., 402. Rauf a Beryes , cordewaner, 1. Raughton , Petur, priest, 340. Raynesford , William, conduct, 232. Raynolde , Thomas, 75, 83, 105. Raynwall , Thomas, 63.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Greystoke

    (Clerical Subsidies, 60/7, dioc. of Carlisle ). Sued in that year by William Rebanks and his wife for lands in Raughton (Nicolson and Burn , Hist. of Cumb . ii. 363). Aglionby had been appointed priest of the chantry of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 June 1803, 1 June 1803

    Newton, the Townfhip of Middlefceugb, and *' Braithwaite, in the Parifh of Saint Mary Carlifle, and " the Townfhips of Raughton, and Gaitfgitl, and Ivegill, " in the Parifh of Dalflon, in the Honor of Penrith, and " the Foreft Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1803, 2 June 1803

    and Newton, the Townfhip of Middle- fceugh and Braithwaite, in the Parifh of Saint Mary Carlifle, and the Townmips of Raughton and Gaitfgill, and Ivegill, in the Parifh of Dal/Ion, in the Honour of Penrith, and the Foreft of Ingleivood, Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1803, 17 June 1803

    and Newton, the Townfhip of Middle- fceugh and Braithwaite, in the Parifh of Saint Mary Carlifte, and the Townfhips of Raughton and Gaitfgill. and Ivegill, in the Parilh of Dalflon, in the Honour of Penrith, and the Foreft of Inglewood, Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1803, 24 June 1803

    " the Townfhip of Middlefceugh and Braithwaite, in " the Parifh of Saint Mary Carlifte, and the Townfhips " of Raughton and Gaitfgill, and Ivegill, in the Parifh " of Dalfton, in the Honour of Penrith, and the Foreft " Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1803, 24 June 1803

    Hutton, and Newton, the Townfhip of Middlefceugh and Braithwaite, in the Parifh of Saint Mary Carlifle, and the Townfhips of Raughton and Gaitfgill, and Ivegill, in the Parifh of Dalflon, in the Honour of Penrith, and the Foreft of Inglewood, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Larkin, of Gosport, eiicit daughter of Capt. F., Larkin, of ths Royal Navy . O! the Sd hist. MIr. W. Raughton, to Miss Henrietta La Chesnez Ileude, the eldest daughter of P. J. La Chesnez lienlde, of R ouein, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coat pocket ;-and what a lad for work and composition! " He got his early teaching at the school of Raughton Head, a village near his father's farm. As a schoolboy, of course, he drew more figures than are recognized Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    told him that he had been much dib- tressed by a complaint made by the landlord of the public-house at Raughton Head (not a mile distant from Rose Castle) against Curate Dunglinson, of Castlesowerby, and that he (the Bishop) wished Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VP Wasted, aige, 25; must he accustomedtohld ill to gi .ltorn and goad needlce-,roan. Two servants keptb-Addiess,j j67 Mrs. Osborne, Raughton, Shilfual, Shropshire. c4470 Te re at NI uMl (eperiece) godreference, good acedleweroan, WIT its 78 L_ X Sitlaionxi,-AdesSlDailp P'ost. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HAYDOCK PiRK COTRSDTG MEETING. I YEsRsDav.-So complete had been the thaw of Wednesday that the snow and frost had disappeared; indeed, the coursing ground was on the soft side if any- thing. The attendance was a fairly large one, Subscribers-only content

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