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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WIDDRINGTON, Henry (d.1665), of Black Heddon, Stamfordham, Northumb.

    of Black Heddon, Stamfordham, Northumb. Constituency Dates Morpeth 1661 Dec. 1665 Ofifces Held Maj. of horse (royalist) 1642-3. Ofifces Held J.p. Northumb. July 1660-d., commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-d.; dep. lt. Newcastle-upon-Tyne Aug. 1660-d.; commr. for loyal and indigent officers,

    WIDDRINGTON, Sir Thomas (c.1600-64), of Cheeseburn Grange, Stamfordham, Northumb. and York.

    (c.1600-64), of Cheeseburn Grange, Stamfordham, Northumb. and York. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed Apr. 1640 Berwick-upon-Tweed Nov. 1640 York 1654 Northumberland 1656 York 1660 Berwick-upon-Tweed 1661 19 May 1664 Ofifces Held Recorder, Berwick 1631-58, York 1638-58, May 1660-2; freeman, York 1637, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

    TURPIN, Nicholas (c.1365-c.1444), of Whitchester and Houghton, Northumb.

    cordial. In June 1424, for example, they joined together to guarantee Robert Elmet’s title to the manor of Heugh in Stamfordham, offering securities of 50 marks as an earnest of their good faith. But Read’s expectations were dashed once Nicholas’s

    SWINBURNE, Sir William (d.1404), of Capheaton, Northumb.

    Thomas Swinburne*, the bulk of whose property lay in Essex, sold him his maternal inheritance in the Northumbrian villages of Stamfordham and Heugh. William agreed to pay 50 marks for the land on the condition that he might be allowed

    HARDYNG, Sampson (d.c.1427), of Beadnell, Northumb.

    to his rent-roll. His first wife, Margaret, was, moreover, heir to an income of £5 p.a. from land in Heugh, Stamfordham and Ouston (to the west of Newcastle-upon-Tyne), and although the money was temporarily seized by the Crown in November

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Atherstone -on-Stour

    gilt spurs, the grant being confirmed by Henry III in 1227 and 1229. 10 Godfrey, in exchange for land in Stamfordham ( Northumberland ), returned this manor to the king, who in 1248 granted it to Geoffrey de Langley .

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    d. R. de Houton 1 June, 1346 John de Stamfordham 79 - exch. J. de Luyton 10 May, 1351 Nicholas de Waddington 80 Sir W. le Boteler d. J. de Stamfordham 22 June, 1357 John de Swinlegh 81 - exc.

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 October 1639-31 March 1640

    Viscount, see Dalrymple, James. Stambridge , Magna, co. Essex Stamford , co. Lincoln Alderman, and others of, election address to Stamfordham , document dated from Standley , Matthew Staneire , James Stanhope , Charles Lord Stanley , Sir Edward, late Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, July 1675, 21-31, 01 July 1675-31 July 1675

    in Council that about April 23 last Thomas Willis, an officer of the Excise in Northumberland, whilst on duty at Stamfordham, was beaten and kept prisoner for several hours by Sir John Swinburne, Kt., and Thomas Widdrington, Esq. they calling

    Charles I - volume 442, January 15-27, 1640, 15 January 1640-27 January 1640

    more able for the public service of the Church, and have shoulders and dispositions to bustle in this tumultuous age. Stamfordham , 23 rd January 1639-[40 ] . Endorsed by Mr. Alvey , "A copy of Mr. Stephenson's letter which Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    684. Stambourne , Stamburn, Essex, 205. Stambridge , Stanbrigge, Little, Essex, 46. Stamford (Berks). See Stanford. Stamford , Lincs, 655. Stamfordham , Northumb., Bitchfield in, 572. Stanbrigge. See Stambridge. Standish , Standysh, Lancs, 861. -, Blainscough in, 456. -, Duxbury Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, November 21st-30th, 1645, 16 November 1645-30 November 1645

    presently, 50 l . 3 months hence, and 100 l . 3 months after he shall be peaceably possessed of Stamfordham tithes, co. Northumberland. 3 173 12 100 L. 133 95 14 February. Fine accepted by Parliament 1 86 16 Subscribers-only content

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

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    Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: Arthur Shafto [Shaftoo] Role: witness Details: male; 53; clerk Employment: vicar of Stamfordham Location: Stamfordham (Northumberland) Place(s): Stamfordham (Stamffurthdame) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Location: Northumberland Place(s): Northumbria (Northumbrie) : archdeaconry Location: Durham


    Place(s): Beech Field (Bitchfeild) : undefined Beech/Bitch is a Durham place name, but this place cannot be identified precisely. Stamfordham (Northumberland) Stamfordham (Stamford) : ecclesiastical parish Northumberland Participant: Thomas Bewick [Bewick] Role: witness Details: male; 25 Location: Bolam (Northumberland) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    esteemed for his courteous and unobtrusive manners, and for his kindly disposition. On the 28th alt. at Haw ewell, near Stamfordham, in North- umberland, aged 85, Mr Cuthbert Atkinson, schoolmaster, father of the late Mr Henry Atkiason, a very celebrated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wheeler, a boy of ten years of age, by exposing him to the cold. The parties were recently proceeding from Stamfordham to Otterburn in a cart; on arriving at JCirkwhelpington, the prisoner stopped at the public-house and ordered the deceased Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    devil's bird," and a superstitious dislike to it extends as far south as Northumber- land. My friend the Vicar of Stamfordham tells me that when the boys of his parish find its nest, they destroy it, saying Half a paddock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    basket-carriage. Mirs. Blackott and the children took luncheon at Matden, and afterwards entered the carriage, intending to drive round by Stamfordham, They had scarcely entered the carriage, however, when the horse, a bay, and rather high bred became restive. Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Little George 10 2 Hlannahll . 4 10 12 Lady Cecily ,. 6 10 a Audaclese ,. 410 11 Stamfordham A. 8110 0 leacon .. 810 6 Annie Louias .. ,. A 0 m Flag of Truca.. 510 6 Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Lewis Obeirne, 19/12/1783

    Forename Thomas Lewis Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 19/12/1783 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Stamfordham// OTHER INFORMATION Source DUL, MSC, AUC1/3 (Temporal Act Book of Bp Egerton) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Egerton, John/Durham

    Thomas Stevenson, 3/11/1635

    Stevenson Forename Thomas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 3/11/1635 Office/Status (Other) Clerical Status Location Stamfordham// OTHER INFORMATION Source DCL Sharp MS 49 (Miscellaneous) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Morton, Thomas/Durham 1632- 1659 Comment The abbreviation for

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