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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, June 1646, 01 June 1646-30 June 1646

    and Boseville of Edlington, and 300 l . or 400 l . in the hands of Fornace and Viccars, of Scawsby, co. York, and also 200 l . a year of his estate. 22 107 161 141 7 March. Country Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1571

    Vicars Richard Browne, gent, and Dorothy his wife, and William Rokesbye, gent. The moiety of 3 messuages with lands in Scawsby, Bentley, and Arksay. John Bright and William Greve Robert Modyclyffe and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Ecclesall.

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. James I (1603-25)

    ainter, fil. Gabriel Smith, inholder Johannes Smith, millioner, fil. Edwardi Smith, carpenter Christoferus Fisher, feltmaker, fil. Johannis Fisher, feltmaker Johannes Scawsby, glover, fil. Ricardi Scausby, brasier Johannes Smith, butcher, fil. Stephani Smith, butcher Willelmus Hartforth, butcher, fil. Petri Hartforth, cordiner

    Index, Q-Z

    155, 191; Nic. 78; Rob. 78; Rog. 66; Tho. 80; Val. 80. See Skarr Scarth , Geo. 73; Tim. 205 Scawsby , Scausby, Joh. 65; Ric. 65 Schofin , Joh. 137 Scholey , Scoley, Fran. 175; Geo. 140; Joh. 139,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1602, 01 January 1602-31 December 1602

    windmill with lands in Sowthorpp. Christopher Wraye, esq. Gervas Fitzwilliam, gent. Messuage with lands in Cusworth, Sprodburgh, Melton, Marre, and Scawsby. William Anderton, gent. Henry Tenante and Mary his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Malham, Funtance Fells,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, Islin'gton. CERTIFICATES-At.tsc S. J. Pinaer, Cevelworth, York, iatsler.-S. Ronier>Rosamend treet; Clerktirwell, watcb.(jewetler.LJ Ta1lt MirlC hurs,, cottorn-stiener.-S. and W. Colton, Scawsby, Linccat corn-merchaunts-J. L. Love, M~Ircleter, snarebnuseiiianf -J. Thomas, Lihervool, victuMIITer;-Win. Heslop, Long- acre, ianis-mercer;-D. I. J., and W;, leaton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two-maile beais. Sir Lanibcon's ch. f. Fosroac, nealto 7Two I bv yi st berais Lord Scarbrough's Ebony. Sir 11. Nelthorpe's Scawsby, $ e, and Dake of Leeds's b. c. by alowbray. Esq t- I Mavch for leess. iv. ft.-St. Leger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Each morning at half-past ten. 2 12 The D3adswvorth Foxhottads meet this day at 3 12Notton ; on Tuesday, at Scawsby Bar ; on Wednesday, at 25 3Grove Hall ; on FridayI at Walton Wood and mil Satur- as ,4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thole. Skellow, Masrr township~, 10larr parisll, Brodsworlil Anid paLrishl, Brodsswortlt withs ligburn tino Scaowsby, Pig- in. thr burn, otherwise Picklbnrn, Scawsby. ilurghWadiis parishl, extra-f hiurghwallis townsohip, ClJayton with Frickley parish, Patri Clayton with Frickley towllship, Seutil Kirby. otlter- Pat t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clayton with Frickiely, lce rtli~uld oiers;ise Stoerford, Ilooton Fagnell, Dii- 1ltm Barmbrough otherwise Barrubrough, 1sm BaitliellBrodes;warth. Piglburn, ]irodsworth llriS.,brn andStwsby, Scawsby otherwise Scesursby. CIunI 'kJ rr Gra eI,1 ligh Melton otherwise Melton on Xrlolij11 Cadelby. Sprotboreogh otherwise Sprotbrough, Cus- rthe Subscribers-only content

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