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  • * British History Online * *

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    Natland

    carried, saving in the lands which Sir Walter holds in seve ralty and in the wood of Brundehous and le Storthes, and in Loukerigg, which he and Robert and Joan hold in severalty; and liberty to take estovers (except for

    Yorkshire Fines, 1577

    Syke Thomas Storthes, gent. Lands in Methley. Stephen Hemsworthe Thomas Storthes, gent. Pasture land in Methley. Giles Kaye and William Kaye William Beamounte, gent., and Rosamund his wife 2 messuages with lands in Almonburye. Edward Hirste Thomas Storthes, gent. Meadow

    Edward VI - Volume 14, June 1552, 01 June 1552-30 June 1552

    marriage of Henry Chamber. [ Docquet . ] June. Grant to Michael Wentworth of the wardship and marriage of Gervays Storthes. [ Docquet . ] June. Grant to William Hellard of the wardship and marriage of John Rokeby. [ Docquet Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1576

    wife 6 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Brymbem als . Brymham, Bollershawe, Felbeck, and Lareton. Thomas Hepworth Thomas Storthes, gent. Mes suage with lands in Thurstonland. William Inglebye, kt., and William Inglebye, esq. Lodovic Mordaunte, kt., Ld. Mordaunte,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1578

    lands in Brompton near North Allerton. Francis Lame William Nelson and Jane his wife Messuage in Selbye. William Oldfeld Thomas Storthes, gent. 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Methley. Roger Wilborefosse Robert Darwentwater and Ann his wife Messuage

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Arkholme with Cawood

    Priory by Roger de Montbegon. 14 In Cawood is Storthes or STORRS , 15 which was in 1420 divided between Alice and Margaret, sisters and heirs of John of the Storthes . 16 Part descended in a family named from

    Parishes Scalby

    -5. 75 This land was apparently held by Henry de Duggelby, whose son Adam granted 'new land called Brankenthwaite and Storthes in Cloughton ' to the Dean and Chapter of St. John , Beverley , before 1235. 76 Adam de

    Townships Over Kellet

    the licence of Edmund Earl of Lancaster for inclosing a park in Over Kellet in the places called Stangerbarrow and Storthes . 29 Joan, as widow, had some disputes, 30 but in 1297 it was found that she held in

    Index L-Z

    21, 33 n , 46, 57 Storey Institute ( Lancaster ), 34, 46 Storrs , Storthes , 191, 204-6; Hall, 205 n Storrs , Storthes , Stordis, Ad., 205, 205 n ; Alice of the, 205; Cecily , 205 n

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w bili. A31so!!2 08 1 3 S 909 Bass ..... 2073 .... 2727 .. 4800 seeyinoo fecmstionevlled publgiclyen all o Storthes KiangurWilliaoistreit, Icve therefore altheBrnavewe bu Btrno declarepuicly, wato psies Upn whom fhee p tl thatpen almost everyn statemEt Indis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~ront Lacst XiW711.'s G=ce.1 ADJUDICATIONS. WILnIJAne CLARKE, Storthes, Mlold Green, Hluddersfield, watohmalcer and jeweller. WALTER KE3NDALL, trading as Samuel Kendall and Son, trading at Princess Street, residing at Portland Place, Fitz. william Street West, ifuddersdeld, wrood turner. ALEXANDERV.A OSCAMEIROV, Woodhouse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gist Cattle and Hllorses, -xW I LL he taken into the Pa rk aIt Went- T- VI' worth Castle, near Baritsley, to commi nce T the i th Day of May, and to continae till the 12th of m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Titopias Stirges Mils, of nobiCross. . LeWiFesittnt ISq..of iiprtpgj ove, James Buckley, Etpof Htllyv'le Charles -llorifal _iD, t'sq. of Storthes Halt. Starrileld tRuvoti, Esq; of Httddtelch JohiNtbtWItver rtetri. Eeq. of ieaton, Johu Xinitag. toHaf of lewleseworti Htal. CharlesJolmn iranri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    use of the school, and to ores the president for his efficient presidency;- after which, Peter Inch- Elat, bald, REsq., Storthes' Hail, delivered a very interesting lecture en pied '1Insects, their use and injory to mEan," wvhich was very attentively Subscribers-only content

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