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

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    CP.G.3036

    Places Participant: Jane Dawson [Dawson] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of Thomas Dawson, defendant Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Dawson [Dawson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : ecclesiastical parish

    TEST.CP.1778/7

    Details: female; Widow; deceased Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : undefined Participant: AnneStone [Stones] Role: undefined Details: female; Widow; sister of deceased; administrator of the goods and chattels of Dorothy Orton, deceased, late of Snaith Notes: Declaration instead of

    CP.G.2695

    [Richarde; Riccard] Role: plaintiff Details: male; gent Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: farmer of tithes in Snaith Participant: Giles Mangall [Mangall] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith, Snayth) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.2179

    witness Details: male; 20 Employment: shoemaker Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Margaret Jouland [Jowland] Role: witness Details: female; 30; wife of William Jouland Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith(Snaith) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Margaret Mangall

    CP.G.394

    Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith (Snaithe) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Christopher Middleton [Middleton] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Snaith (Snaithe) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Agnes Middleton [Middleton] Role: defendant Details: female; wife of Christopher Middleton Location: Snaith

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Snaith

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Snaith 3. PRIORY OF SNAITH The church of St. Lawrence , Snaith , 1 about the beginning of the episcopate of Gerard, 2 the Archbishop of York , was granted by him to the

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Selby

    the abbot of the monastery had omitted to use. When Archbishop Giffard visited the monastery and its dependent cell of Snaith , by commission, in 1275 13 several of the monks were charged with loose living, including the abbot, and

    Tudor York Topography and population

    and yet again in 1579 , when visits to Howden fair were banned owing to the plague there and at Snaith . 65 When the century ended, York had still to suffer two major outbreaks of the plague: those of

    Hospitals Scarborough - Yarm

    OF SNAITH In a roll of Pleas of the Crown of the time of Edward I the jurors of the soke of Snaith reported that unknown malefactors had killed Roger Blakedog 'in a certain hospital outside the town of Snaith

    Friaries Friaries in York

    In 1385 the prior complained of William Gilbek of Howden , mason, carrying off his goods at Weland , near Snaith , to the value of 100 s . 49 In July 1385 Sir Ralph Stafford , who was assassinated

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bainbridge, Whiteheaven, Cumberlasd, glazier. Solicitor, Mr. Clennell, Staple-inn. J. C. Jones; Bridgrorth, Salop, woollen-draper. Solicitor, Mr. Maypiew, Cbancery-lane. J. Dourey, Snaith, York, coal-merchant. Solicitor, Mr. Battye Chancery-lane. ,. Watts, Totnes, Devon, linen-draper. Solicitor, Mr. Blake, Great Surrev-street, Blackfriars. W. Davies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *-,'- Porrock's Lodge, Somerset. OnThursday, at Hackney, Robert lichons, Esq. of Peckhamn, to Jane, s-O n d-oghterof the late WNestgarth Snaith. Esq. . 11urt On the 7th inst. at Derby, by the Rev. John Hurt, Edward NicholaS lb' Esq. son Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Boswell court. W. Sainter, Kingston-upon-HulI, worsted-mtauiufact,,rer. [Capes, Ray- rnond buildings,Gray's inn. T. Brancher, Leeds, merchant. [Richardson, Poaltry. J. Sainter, Snaith, worsted-manufacturer. [Capes, dray's inn. THEATRE ROYAL. DRURY LANE. Toao0aow-BRUTUS; or the Fall of Tacquin. And JAUK ir th BOX Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday from Selby to Doncaster; it goes tlourgs Askera, ad is nearer by six miles than the old, onQ by Snaith and Thorne. -The Conservative journals of the North seem greatly delighted with some proceedings that took place at Tynemouth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is a list of the vessels:-Six of Hull: Abram, Hibbs; Dordon, Gillis; Duncombe, Scoffin; Jane, Tather; Harmony, Thompson; William Todd, Snaith. Two of Newcastle: Lady Jane, Leask; Grenville Bay, Taylor. One of Berwick: Norfolk, Harrison. One of Kirkaldys Viewforth, Oliphant. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1578

    gent., and Robert Bawne Richard Radclyffe, gent., and Margaret his-wife Messuage in Snaith, and the moiety of lands in Snaith, and a fourth part of meadow land in Snaith into four parts divided. Richard Malyverer, esq., Richard Taylboys, esq., and

    Notes and Errata

    l. 4. The "gentleman" sent for was no doubt Ant. Curtis. 1044, line 5. Snape in this case may be Snaith; the river in question was the Don. 1061, 1. 6. The "two others" were probably Kendal and Leache. See

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 27 July 1831, 27 July 1831-27 July 1831

    Campsall, Askrew, Moss, Fenwick, Little Smeaton, Stubbs Walden, Womersley, Whitley, Baln, Pollington, Snaith and Cowick , and Sykehouse , in the several Parishes of Campsall, Womersley, Kellington, Snaith and Fishlake , all in the West Riding of the County of

    Entry Book, March 1680, 01 March 1680-31 March 1680

    same has remained in their family for near 400 years. Therefore prays a grant of the manor of Cowick and Snaith, co. Yorks (whereof Dykes Marsh is parcel) for 41 years after the 31 years in being to the trustees

    House of Lords Journal Volume 27, February 1752, 1-10, 01 February 1752-10 February 1752

    His Majesty's Consent to Snaith, & c Common Bill. The Duke of Newcastle acquainted the House, "That His Majesty, having been apprized of the Contents of the Bill for enclosing Commons, in the Townships of Snaith, Cowick , and Rawcliffe

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1740, 12 March 1741

    of the Gentlemen, Free- holders, Farmers, and divers Inhabitants, in Behalf of urns themfelves and all other the Inhabitants of Snaith, Raw- v$& cliffe, Armine, Crwick, Hook, Gool, St&infieet, Reednefs, BrJnklow Common Bill; A Meffage was brought from the Houfe Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1751, 7 February 1752

    e Qf ^ewcaflle acquainted the Houfe, " That Snaith, &c. His Majefty, haying been apprized or the Contents Common Bill." of the Bill for enclofing Commons, in the Townfhips " of Snaith, Cowick, and Rawdiffe, in the County of " Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1751, 10 February 1752

    Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords, IE Luna', ioe Fcbruarii. 643 Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales prcefentes fuerunt: Arch. Ebor. Epus Epus. Fpus. Epus Meneven. Carliol. Afaphen. Briflol. Ds. Hardwickc, Can- cellarius. Comes Gower, C. P. S. Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1751, 11 March 1752

    of " Agreement, for the enclofmg and dividing the Com- " mons and Wafte Grounds, in the Townihips of " Snaith, Cowick, and Rawcliffie, in the County of " York," was committed : " That they had confidered " the Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1751, 12 March 1752

    [ " of Agreement, for the enclofing and dividing the Com- " mons and Wafte Grounds, in the Townfliips of Snaith, vick, and Rawcliffe, in the County of Tork." The Queflion was put, " Whether this Bill fliali " pafs Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    YARBURGH, Sir Thomas (1637-c.1716), of Snaith, Yorks.

    Thomas (1637-c.1716), of Snaith, Yorks. Constituency Dates Pontefract 1685 Pontefract 1689 Ofifces Held J.p. Yorks (W. Riding) June 1660-Sept. 1688, Nov. 1688-?96; commr. for sewers, Hatfield chase Aug. 1660, assessment (W. Riding) 1661-80, 1689-90, dep. lt. 1664-77, sheriff, Yorks. 1673-4,

    HASILDEN, Thomas I (c.1322-c.1387), of Wakefield, Yorks. and Steeple Morden and Guilden Morden, Cambs.

    of Henry of Grosmont, duke of Lancaster, who rewarded him with grants for life of the bailiwick and lordship of Snaith (a sizeable estate including a windmill, a fishery and the ferry over the Aire), in return for an annual

    CLIFTON, Gervase (1516-88), of Clifton, Hodsock and Wilford, Notts.

    Notts. 1581; other commissions 1545-d.; sheriff, Notts. and Derbys. 1540-1, 1546-7, 1554-5, Notts. 1572-3; duchy of Lancaster steward, manor of Snaith, Yorks. June 1538-50; master of game, Conisbrough and Hatfield, Yorks. by 1553; collector for loan, Notts. 1562. Biography A

    DAWNAY, John (1625-95), of Cowick, Yorks.

    Aug. 1660, (E. Riding) Sept. 1660, oyer and terminer, Northern circuit 1661, corporations, Yorks. 1662-3; steward, honour of Cowick and Snaith 1669-d.; commr. for recusants (W. Riding) 1675. Biography Dawnay’s ancestors settled at Cowick, 12 miles from Pontefract, in the

    RADCLIFFE, Sir John (d.1441), of Attleborough, Norf.

    for him various rewards: for example, in February 1407 he was granted for life the bailiwick of the ‘garde’ of Snaith, Yorkshire, and a year later, at the request of Prince Thomas, he received a life annuity of £10 charged

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Marmaduke Merchant, 9/1/1606

    Merchant Forename Marmaduke Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 9/1/1606 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Snaith// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, V.1633 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Neile, Richard/York 1632- 1640 Comment Merchant also licensed to

    Edward Bracken, 29/4/1775

    Bracken Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 29/4/1775 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Snaith// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI Inst. AB 15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Drummond, Robert Hay/York 1761- 1776 Comment Patron

    Henry Bracken, 29/7/1775

    Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type permitted to serve Date 29/7/1775 Office/Status assistant curate Clerical Status Location Snaith// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI Inst. AB 15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Drummond, Robert Hay/York 1761- 1776 Comment £50pa

    Edward Bracken, 14/10/1781

    Bracken Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 14/10/1781 Office/Status assistant curate Clerical Status Location Snaith// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI Inst. AB 15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Markham, William/York 1777- 1807 Comment £80pa Patron

    Henry Plumpton, 12/11/1740

    Surname Plumpton Forename Henry Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 12/11/1740 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Snaith// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Sub.Bk. 18 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Blackburn, Lancelot/York 1724- 1743 Comment

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Barrett's mandrake perparations

    post 6/4. SAVES ITS COST FIRST TIME IT IS USED. CHEAP AT £5. Sole Proprietor: JOSHUA BARRETT, F.E.S.S.^ MANDRAKE HOUSE. SNAITH, YORKSHIRE (late of London). ¦liiiiflffAwai "lAflfiirrff wft^p"^>^^ ^''^¦^'' " 'over. . 00 r:o &g CO -=E| &q CO 1 Subscribers-only content

 

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