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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SANDS, Thomas, of Askham, Cumb.

    of Northumberland.[footnote]In 1406 Thomas and his wife were granted a rent of ten marks a year from the manor of Redmain by one William Sands, who was almost certainly a kinsman. Two years later they were arraigned on one assize

    REDMAYNE, Sir Richard (d.1426), of Levens, Westmld. and Harewood, Yorks.

    the Scots 19 Jan.-13 Feb., 4 Apr.-7 May 1410. Ofifces Held Speaker 1415. Biography Sir Richard’s ancestors came originally from Redmain in Cumberland, whence they took their name, although from the mid 12th century onwards they made the manor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VCarriagec Van, and Wagon Works, 183, ;stio Road, CAPART (Loialp; beetm ake; panltted biack and green, trimmed cJlustiu._Suit sioust 1H-Chltls, Redmain Si-set, -(ART (iOusinsem). Suit baite, grocer, butober, any trasle; beet d' t ls naterisis; warrnneed-Uhiild, Coarlbuilder, Ledlsase Street, el- Subscribers-only content

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    REVL3{N Foil TIIII:' 111111 or Vters for tihe BorOu~gh of Leeds, will 0dlt~trti'stpurose tot W'ednsaySt~, fthe Seenlreeah Day l'~ Cstt t th cotrt-Hoase, withinthte said Borough, n~ssi orfon, and all Overseers of the Poor, atieeofOverseers, for every P'arisht, ~' Subscribers-only content

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    tie present year, for tlls parish of sn r IKeighley and neighbourhood :-Mr. Joseph leaton, actisg const lblel Mr. Jos. Redmain, inspector; Mr. John Sikelton, Mr. Jas. Bedford, po r.T ''lmuas Ambler, vwatchmen; also, MNessr. John Wilkinson, th' George Smith, Subscribers-only content

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    tii lcore. A few remaLrkitble mires of Bad Legs, of tan and od 'rtwant s' dumuttion:-or refereticCs, Sirs. J os. Redmain, of N j' i';eiieah two shlocking Legs Lot' many. yetsrs; tirs. Gilt, wl a iItenmW'stlv ita, was in lteeds Subscribers-only content

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    made out l D. against different parties, each to pay Is. Gd. per week.- 6 Wm. Fawthorp, woolcomnber, charged by Redmain, the in- f se. spectr, with having in his possession and dwelling-hoouse, ct situated at Hawortho, a quantity of Subscribers-only content

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