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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1561

    with lands in Stansfeld, Hartishead, Sourby, Risworth, Northland, Wadisworth, and Langfeld. Edward Stanfeld, esq. William Wheatley and Elizabeth his wife The moiety of 100 messuages, 10 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Stansfeld, Hertishead, Sourby, Rishworth, Northland, Wadisworth, and

    Yorkshire Fines, 1558

    with lands in Skerne. Ralph Scrope and Christopher Wray, gents. Christopher Lacelles, esq. A third part of the manor of Sourby and of 30 messuages and a watermill with lands there. Roger Hobman Marmaduke Whytyng and Alice his wife Messuage

    Yorkshire Fines, 1570

    Hall Roger Wylson and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Pigborne in the parish of Borddisworth. Gilbert Haldesworthe de Sourby , and George Haldesworth, his son and heir apparent Gilbert Haldesworthe de Longley , son of Gilbert Haldesworthe, deceased

    Henry VIII, October 1515, 16-31, 01 October 1515-31 October 1515

    Middelton in Bewcastell Dale; the park of Plompton; and annuity of 40 l . payable out of the manors of Sourby, Cumb., and Randollington, Arthureth, and Lyddell in Nicholforest. Westm., 28 Oct. Pat . 7 Hen. VIII. p . 2,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 3 August 1643, 03 August 1643-03 August 1643

    Tanfield Vachell, Edmund Dunch, Peregrine Hoby , Colonel Ven, Roger Knight, Henry Powle, Tho. Phettiplace, George Purefoy , and John Sourby , Esquires. "For the Town of Reading ; the Mayor for the Time being, Sir Francis Knollis Knight, Henry

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Foulridge

    points argent . Roger de Lacy before 1211 granted to Alexander de Bamford 14 acres of land in Foulridge (called Sourby ) and in Chorlesykehurst at a rent of 3 s ., 47 but the later descent does not appear.

    Parishes Sedgefield

    1695 John W oodifield and Jane his wife conveyed a messuage, a mill and 2 acres in Fishburn to Laurence Sourby , and in 1709 John Woodifield of Fishburn acquired the manor of Trimdon 193 (q.v.). His daughter and heir

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

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    (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Thirsk (Thresk) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnMariot [Mariot] Role: defendant Details: male; junior Location: Thirsk (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sowerby (Sourby, Soureby) : undefined Participant: John Stanton [de Stanton] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Participant: ThomasBugthorpe [Bugthorp]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so often at this office as Brownl. About the time mentioned she was in the service of a lady named Sourby, in Mecklenburg-square, and on a certain night was left in the care of the house. On the return of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consistent plan with her cha- racters a like desirable result is obtained. Miss Kiljoy, for instance, and Mr. and Mrs. Sourby, Are fully up to the mark in those mirth-destroying qualities which their names would lead us to expect of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Miton. For John de Haneby and his mean of the towns of Northalvertou, Brompton, Romundeby, Triornton-in Vinar, Nonyngton, Berghby, Sourby, Notth Kylyngton, Thorn ton-in-the-Strida, Northotrington, Blretteby, Sieston, Thymelby, Hotoo, Little Smytheton, Horaby and Grisbv, and Osmunderleie. It Was a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rest being as kindly greeted. Mr. Morris Barnett's three-act comedy of 'he Serious Faumily followed. Miss St. John represented Lady Sourby Creamll; Miss Rivage, Mrs. Charles Torrens; MIss Hargrave, Emma torrens; Miss Roberts, blrs. Ormsby Delmaine; and Miss Fortescue, Graham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stage). Colonel Sourby (a wealthy widower), Captain Hartley ; Charles Ascot (his nephew), Mr L. Famin; Captain John Sabretasche, Captain Twynam ; Clara Sourby (privately married to Charles Ascot and daughter of Colonel Sourby), Lady Waller ; Kate Sourby (her Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 17/06/1723

    Fields , was Convicted of stealing a Grey Gelding, value 8 l. from the Grounds of Thomas Brown , at Sourby in Yorkshire ; and also of stealing a Bay Gelding, value 5 l. from Francis Webster , at Carlton-Hustwit

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