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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Yarmouth

    Hoo occurs as prior about 1400. 4 Blomefield, op. cit. xi, 365; Dugdale, Mon . vi, 465; Taylor, Index Monasticus , 10, 11. Swinden , Hist. of Yarmouth , 818. Jessopp, Norw. Visit . 72. Exch. Eccl. Docs. 3, 27.

    Townships Marsden

    Berry is the present owner of Southfield House . SWINDEN was another estate sometimes called a manor or lordship. 45 John de Lacy, constable of Chester , granted Adam de Swinden 16 acres of land in Great Marsden in fee

    Houses of Cluniac nuns Priory of Arthington

    other usez necessarez.' Alice de Romeli gave a moiety of 'Helthwait,' and pannage for forty hogs in her wood of Swinden , and common of pasture for the nuns' cattle in the same wood. 3 These latter gifts were confirmed

    Friaries Friaries in Yarmouth

    ser.), i, 141-4, gives about four closely-printed pages of these bequests, chiefly taken from Blomefield, Hist. of Norf . and Swinden , Hist. of Yarmouth . Manship, Hist. of Yarmouth . L. and P. Hen . VIII , viii (2),

    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    . Down the central valley between them flows the Don , which at the extreme south-western corner joins with the Swinden and Brun. The two parts are named Briercliffe and Extwistle, to north and south, and have areas of 2,

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

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    CP.H.3010A

    Role: witness Details: male; 28; yeoman Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swinden(Swinden) : township Participant: William Tunstall [Tunstall; Tunstal] Role: witness Details: male; 29; yeoman Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swinden(Swinden) : township Location: York (Yorke) : undefined Location: Kirkby

    CP.H.5179

    Details: male; 28; yeoman Location: Kirkby Overblow (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swindon (Swinden) : undefined Participant: William Tunstall [Tunstall] Role: witness Details: male; 29; yeoman Location: Kirkby Overblow (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swindon (Swinden) : undefined Location: Kirkby Overblow (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wood Hall (Woodall)

    CP.G.1137

    Place(s): Halton (Haltone) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Clark [Clerke] Role: witness Details: male; 50; yeoman Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swinden (Swynden in Craven) : township Location: Halton (Lancashire) Place(s): Halton Hall (Halton Hall) : undefined <p><!-- /* Font Definitions

    CP.H.534

    Place(s): Wigglesworth (Wigglesworth) : township Participant: Robert Wearing [Weareing; Wearing] Role: witness Details: male; 56 Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swinden(Swinden) : township Participant: John Wilkinson [Wilkinson] Role: witness Details: male; 66 Location: Long Preston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hawton West (Hawton)

    CP.G.1135

    West Halton (West Halton) : undefined Participant: Richard Clark [Clerke] Role: witness Details: male; 50; yeoman Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swinden (Swynden) : township Location: Mansell Close (Mansell Close, Mansel, Mansall Close, Mancell Close) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Halton

  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 2, 1682

    pon se Apprenticum Elizabethe Relict, ejusdem Johis Whitehorne pro septem Annis a dat. Carolus Haggard filius Georgij Haggard nuper de Swinden in Com Wilts Inholder pon se Apprenticum Johi. Chamberlayn CC pro septem annis a dat. March y e 24

    Border Papers volume 1, June 1590, 01 June 1590-30 June 1590

    upon Hobb Heslopp "the Crealmann," Edie Dugles brother to Heughe Dugles, servants to the Laird of Hunthill, Thome Heslopp of Swinden brother to Hob Heslopp, George Heslopp of same "Jordane" Heslopp, servants to the goodman of Elishewgh, for stealing 6 Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 26 January 1698, 26 January 1698-26 January 1698

    the Forest 4 11 8 All those Rents in the Borough of Knaresboro', per Annum 7 4 Lands in Wharfdale, Swinden, Okeden, Harlow , and Fulwith 1 6 9 Lands and Rents charged in the Account of the Bailiff of

    Index, S

    Gustavus Adolphus Sweveland. See Sweden Swevingham , Monsieur. See Hallewyn Swincombe Farm. See Swyncombe Swinden (Swindon), co. Yorks. sale of woods at, 56 Swindon. See Swinden "Swinhouses" , The, Sherwood Forest, co. Notts. assart lands called, 74 Swinnerton (Swynarton), Sir

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    of, p. 46. Heslopp , Dand, of Swinsyde: thief, p. 360. Daude, of Swindenn: raid by, p. 362. George ("Jordan"), Swinden: servant to Elishewgh, raids by, pp. 358, 363; reset, p. 364. George, of Swinsyde: thief, p. 360. Hobb, of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not cease to agitate this point until the labourer and mechanic are received as citizens in full truth and spirit in this move- ment. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, W. H. E. MX'KNIGHT. -Lydiard House, Swinden, Dec. 27, 1859. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Of this the most marked instance appears in the history of patristic and medimeval teaching about eternal punishment. Well might Swinden, writing 'On the Fire of Hell,' in 1727, say that " the hell described in "the Gospels,"-it should be, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Swlndena41 sG. Swinden..... '7 It. lagriati, Islieholee....... 8 a and ho0. Swindon, .0 H1. lieneett, a G. Swiedenl..... 3b G. Swinden...... C. Bennett, Is 0. Swindenl..... 0 b Niciolas ...... 2 .E. Martin, Is 0. Swinden ...... IbI Nicholas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wagon, foes- tier Whatnot, If t. nd 41 t. Beokasees, pair of Card Tables, pedestala 'Office Tablc, marble-case Clerk, by Swinden and Sone, and Tate of- Ticmm.;'I Walnut DRAWING ROOM FURN ITURE rare China Ornanments,',incltudln5Dresden Group: miorish and idinton Vases Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRiESSiES.i FT-RNIT'XE, I;T SlK I.S, lED~lDING, OYJ]O4Al-NTEILS, ; CAlRl']: BLIN I.ti .i:-2UMS. c. | 'VAE L-UXGEST SiOC tN IN' l ?TflN T3?-i i:3Sr lIOTTSE iOR' Cvsjl 1;S l'YERS. ; E3 ' 3 i ~13 .1 omm Y 81.2 'Ii Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The University extension journal, 1890

    complete & 1. Extreme simplicity, ease of manipulation, and remarkable portability, are amongst the chief characteristics which will recommend the Swinden and Earp Camera to everyone. fHF" The covering powers of the Lens employed at full aperture are such that Subscribers-only content

    The University extension journal, 1890

    Price complete, £7. Extreme simplicity, ease of manipulation, and remarkable portability, are amongst the chief characteristics which will recommend the Swinden and Earp Camera to everyone. The covering pow ers of the Lens employed at full aperture are such that Subscribers-only content

    On the abuses of civil incorporations: in a letter to Hudson Gurney., 1830

    merchants and traders at sea there were meant,-a de¬ scription of persons then constituting the whole or chief of the inhabitants. Swinden , the Yarmouth historian, says, that by virtue of this charter and others, the burgesses,-a designation now consi- Subscribers-only content

    On the abuses of civil incorporations: in a letter to Hudson Gurney., 1830

    Borough; or to speak more correctly, under all of these; and on referring to the notes in page 491 of Swinden , it will appear, that in the sixth year of Henry the Seventh , (in the year 1491 ) Subscribers-only content

    A treatise on the formation of harbours and bars, 1840

    opened, by drawing up some of the piles, and so cause the tides to meet again at an acute angle. Swinden informs us, that some years subsequently, another engineer was called in to remove the modern accumulation or bar ; Subscribers-only content

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