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  • * British History Online *

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    de, 725 (4), 726 (2), 735 (1). Sande , Don Alvaro de, 981 (11). Sanderson , William, letter from, 774. Sandwath , 765. Sanginel , 1053. San Martino , Sigismund D'Este, Signor de, 525 (2). Santa Fiore , il Conte

    Yorkshire Fines, 1526-30

    and Thomas Clerke John Norton, esq., Ralph Batty, esq., and Arthur Purston Lands in Sandwath near Bilburgh and free passage for all tenants and farmers in Sandwath and for all cattle to the aforesaid lands.. John Lacy, junr., gent., Nicholas

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Morland

    by the County. On 14 May, 1902, a tender of 155 was accepted for the rebuilding of the north parapet. Sandwath. The Roman Road from Sleagill followed the line of the present highway with only a few yards deviation to

    Elizabeth, December 1561, 21-25, 21 December 1561-31 December 1561

    by Challoner of the value of certain lands, tithes, saltpans, coalpits, & c. in Hensingham, Annerdale, Laweswater, Roskow Park, Whitehaven, Sandwath, Arowthwaite, St. Bees, and elsewhere in Cumberland. Draft. Hol. Endd. Pp . 4. On the last page of this

    Index, General - L-Z

    Robert, 131. Thomas, 9, 10, 59, 131, 139, 157, , 231, 232, 239, 241, 243, 244, 257. William, 131, 239. Sandwath , 161, 354. Sargeson , George, 105. Michael, 163. Satterthwaite , James, 327. Saul , Mr., 42. Savage ,

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

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    CP.H.2252 Reference:CP.H.2252 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Tithe (corn, hay, cows, calves, milk, sheep, lambs) Details:9 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 28/4/1638 - 20/7/1639 People & Places Participant: Henry ConstableAlternate name: Viscount of Dunbar Role:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Netber Silton .......... 70.30 C CLEVELAND .......... Thurs., Mar. 3..Duensdalo Bridge . .....5 10.30 I EsmnAE ........, Friday, Mar. 4. Sandwath Bridgt,Boxbyl0.30 3 EARL. FTZwrUA's Wed., Mfar. 2.. GleadlessBm .......... 10.30 Friday, Mar. 4.. CrookhiUl. ; t 0..S0 EAML oF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KIRKBY STEPHEN Thoma' Wharton. farmers sson of Moorlands. Eirkby Stephen. w:V- yesterday charged with setting fire to a hav-stek at Sandwath on Saturday morning iasi. The poltie traced foormmarks in the dew ro a point c-lo~s to prisoner;s ho10use, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moorland 3. tone^^ lin rcma:it ' ycst<*<i2y charged with ga.- fire Uj a liaystack, the property of Mr IfcHi-woll. of Sandwath, Kirkby Stephen, on iel3:n inst.- Th-? ]wlice in the interval of tha fpni ii»d charged prisoner witli anoth i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parish Church, by the Rev. W. Yarker, Mr. Jos. Brocklebank, schoolmaster, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. Henry Beck, yeoman, Sandwath. Morland. - On the 4th inst., at the Parish Church, by the Rev. W. Knight, curate, Sir. Geo. Bainbridge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    school. There are two manors belonging to St. Bees school, as 1 believe, called the manors of St. Bees and Sandwath. Of which manor was this a lease ?- 1 believe of both. Are the coals worked tinder this lease Subscribers-only content

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