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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, June 1655, 01 June 1655-30 June 1655

    the County Commissioners 27 403 Claimant on the Estate of Thomas Green, Recusant, Scremerston, Northumberland. Vol. G No. or p. 19 June 1655. Ant. Hall, of Scremerston, Durham, begs an order to the Commissioners of Northumberland to certify why the Subscribers-only content

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    proclamations in the name of, 1139, 1616. -, general assembly of, 1075. -, justice clerk of, 1278, 1287, 1295, 1326. Scremerston colliery , 1514. Scrope , Edward, 710, 2064. -, William, Lord, letters from, 411, 473, 485, 621, 691, 710,

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    Hall, 671 (3). -, Sir Walter, of Buccleugh, 755 (1), 756 (2). Scottes , the family of the, 755 (1). Scremerston [Northumberland ] , 532. Scrope , H., letters from, 950, 955, 968, 1073. Seaton , George Lord, 20 (10),

    Cases before the Committee, March 1651, 01 March 1651-31 March 1651

    Northumberland. Vol. G No. or p. 6 March 1651. Nich. Fenwick, farmer of Scremerston Colliery, co. Durham, petitions the County Committee. Having taken a lease of Scremerston town and colliery, sequestered from Sir Wm. Fenwick, for 5 years, at an Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, September 1584, 01 September 1584-30 September 1584

    21. Anckrofte, horse 3, foot 14, with spear only, 12. Berrington Maynes "ceit or stead," 4 foot with spear only. Scremerston town, horse 6, foot 2, with spear only, 22. Cheswick, horse 2, foot 10, with spear only, 13. Goswick, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 May 1788, 30 May 1788

    Remittances and Disbursements; Remitted ------____ Int. to Lord Petrie, &c. and Annuity to Lady Radcliffe Boring for Coal, and winning Scremerston Colliery - Attending Parliament, Commission of Enquiry, and Law Charges - Making Bricks and Tiles - - - _ Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1788, 30 May 1788

    &c. sold from Langley Mill - Fines from Customary and Leasehold Estates Wood - - _ - Throckley, Stublick, and Scremerston Collieries Lime and Fire Clay - - Various incidental Articles - Remitted ------- Balance of Cash, 21st November 1787, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    All these rebuildings, repairs and extensions, are now nearly brought to a close, with an exception of those upon the Scremerston and Throckley estates; the principal expense of these has also been defrayed; and it is hoped that they will Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1830, 6 May 1830

    and also within the Mouth or Entrance of the said River; and to whom the Petitions of George Pringle, of Scremerston, in the county of Durham; and, of Heritors and Proprietors of estates and fishings on the coast of Berwickshire, Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee on the State of the Coal Trade; together with the minutes of evidence, and appendix., 1836

    W. E. Devonshire - Devonshire and Stavely - Scotch : Alloa Clackmannan - Fordel Main Haibeath - Newbottle Scotch - Scremerston Engine - W. E. Elgin - Henderson Preston Grange Selby - Welch: Bettws Castle Main Graigola - Mean Castle Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bilton juncticn at 5.41 a.m. Four minutes grace here, and then by Loughoulghton, Fallo den , Chathull, lford, Beal, and Scremerston, to Tweedmouth, where the Border river will be crossed by the royal party at 685 am. Dusebar will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Of Norham, and canon ef Durham, to FLottA AGuSEs, only child of the lateo ev. , WVALt AlacKEY', ittcumbent of Scremerston, Northumitberland. a Saram day, at St. Cuthbert's church, Darlitcgton, by the Rev. I J. G. Pearson, FRANcis TisOUAS s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Flora Agnes, widow of W. 0. S. Gilly, Eaq., end only 16ld at the late Rev. W. Maekey, incumbent of Scremerston, Northumberland. SrzrmzRn-EuILLEY.-A05. lath, at our parish church, Mr. John Spencer, tarmer, to Miss Ann Burley, both of Ohapeltown. Tsrortann-DmlL.-Aag. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    net register, 1,079 tons gross, built in 1874, with engines of 120 horse power, stranded on the Sandy Beach, at Scremerston, three miles south of Berwick, was sold by auction yesterday afternoon, with all her machinery and materials, in one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whereas to Newcastle, a longer distance, the fare waq only 6s. Od. Passengers could book from Newcastle, Belford, Beal, or Scremerston to Edinburgh at s one penny per mile, but the people living in Berwick and Tweedmouth, wishing to go Subscribers-only content

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