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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bishopton

    NEWBIGGIN (Newbiggyng, xiv cent.), otherwise called Newbiggin by Sadberge to distinguish it from the place of the same name near Redworth , appears from references already given to have been considered sometimes as part of Little Stainton . The land

    Parishes Hurworth

    Robert Ward . 144 Pilmore House was owned by Gordon Skelly about 18 20 145 and by Robert Surtees of Redworth about 1855. 146 NEASHAM NEASHAM (Neshaim, Nesham, Nessham, c. 1160) was evidently part of the original fee held in

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 8 July 1644, 08 July 1644-08 July 1644

    Rawdon. Theop. Jones. Do. Ward. Ed. Burgh. James Vaughan. John Muhell. Fran. Trowsdall. Humfrey Parrott. Danyell M'Neale. Michaell Doyne. Her Redworth. Rob't Attinson. Montgomery. He. Blayney. S. Mountgomery. H. Cahran. W. Mountgomery. Hen. Moore. Archbould Wardlaw. David Kennody. John Keith.

    General Index, P, Q, R, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    , see Reading. Redheade , Edward, 254 Redman , Edmund, 232 -, John, 186 -, William, 300 "Redriffe," see Rotherhithe. Redworth , John, 84, 290 Reeve [Reave ] -, Magdalen, 66 -, Reginald, 83, 98, 210 -, Richard, 340 -,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    , George, 101 Redhead , Robert, 73 Redman , William, xvii, 302 "Redriff" , see Rotherhithe. Redshawe , Alice, 303 Redworth , John, 62, 338 Reede , see Reade. Reeve [Reive ] -, Arthur, 262 -, John, 55 -, Reginald,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Redford , see Radford. Redforme , James, 58 Reading , see Readinge. Redman , William, 150 Redriff , see Rotherhithe. Redworth , John, 258 -, Leonard, 413 Reece , Edmund, 13 Reede , see Reade. Reeve (Rythe, Ryve) -, Edward,

    Sessions Books, 1700

    of Heston to make a rate to reimburse George Butler and James Redworth, the late surveyors, 40 0 s . 11 d . due to them. Butler and Redworth point out that they are poor men, having families to maintain,

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

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    CP.G.1030

    ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: William Richmond [Richmonde] Role: witness Details: male; 52; husbandman Location: Heighington (Durham) Place(s): Redworth (Ridworth) : undefined Participant: Robert Worthy [Worthye] Role: witness Details: male; 40; husbandman Location: Auckland St Andrew (Durham) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    offices will be opened for the trabnsaction of pasteltee- grapblcbruaesaonWedsweadslinexf,: lvastcn. nearDerby i Ailvech'Ilch1, naess Reddlteh; Aetwoo Bank, nearRd- ditcht ;Redworth, near Nuneaton;Belheoeghtou, nearStourT brdge; EI~ord, near Tainortl; Etwall, near Derby; Fekenrbam, neenr Redditch; Foaton, near Stoke-on-Trent; Newent, near Gloneester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morning Mr. Dueley's Bro to Enfoeld Mr. Savile's f by D'Estonrnel- Mr. Duiley'a o by Knowasley- MyrrhinB Vexation Mr. Surtees's Redworth IK. Iteavigres's Percante Mr. Smith's c by Lord Clftden Mr. Fisber's Ceeur de Lion -Maggie Lander Mr. Fisher's Marlow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the second to save his stake. T.Y.C. 7 aube.. Lord Angletey's Capuchin Mr. Payne's Chablis Mr. Batt'd Mendp r. S'reas Redworth Mir ROB8 Bruce's Dulcimer Lord Zetland's Implorer Ir. Merrys Patomime The GREAT YORRSIIIR} STeR1S Of 10 save each, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ralls, and kept a slight lead to the distance, where he war 3oinad by Redworth. The pair ran a good race home, which resulted in Redworth winning by a head. Between lMendip and Dulcimer there were three lengths. The EBOB Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 IKing George. . 8 7 0 My Lord 3.. .. 3 t. 2 Visor . . 3 7 2 Redworth. 8 6 0 Capuchin 3 7 0 Harlequin's dam a 3 512 Morton Bagot 5 7 0 A SwnEEPSTAIIES Subscribers-only content

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