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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, July 1585, 01 July 1585-31 July 1585

    to a small purpose. Signed: John Forster, Will m . Fenwycke, Richard Fynwyck, John Horsley, Thomas Selbye, Edmond Crastir, John Thorntoun, Robert Lysley, Thomas Woddringtone, Milys (?) Forster, Ro. Claveringe, Robert Myddylton, Percevell Clennell, Andro Pringelle, George Pryngle, John Heron, Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1555

    Bruce to caus big ane hous at the eist end of the north loch and als to cut Maister John Thorntoun calsay quhen tyme requiris. 22 March 1554-5. Anent the tymmer to the Newhavin. The baillies and counsale findis expedient

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

    and his tenants of Thorntoun, upon Jock a Burne of the Coatt, elder and younger, Mark Burne of Elisheughe, George Burne there, Mark and Steven Burn of the Lough, for coming with 30 men to Thorntoun, spoiling Henry Smithe and Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    to be called back (29th Sept. 1564), 78: the preachers to get (24th Oct. 1564), 88. Thomson , Eddie: 627. Thorntoun (Thoreton), Master James: 1; secretary to the Archbishop of Glasgow, 170; sent to France by Mary (3rd Ju ne), Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    John Mr. Thorne , Richard Thornhagh , Mr., letters to Thornhill (Wilts), manor of Thorniecroft , Henry Thornton , Joseph Thorntoun Thorold , Sir Robert Thorpe , Mr. Thorpehall , manor of (co. Suffolk) Thory , Major Thoulouse , Frederick Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    calculation for the silvarsmiLeakstore, they sgain retreated, a1t nlid commenced operations e ueon the floor tin another portion of Mr. Thorntoun' attic. This time they essayed over dessrs. Lockwood ased Cooke's workslop. They ogain forced up tbe floor, broke tbiough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    removal. Apply to S. Wil. J kinson, Engineer, Thnrnton-road, Bradford. F 41388 I 0 be SOLD, one 48in. SCRIBBLER, by Thorntoun Bras.; .Tono 42in, Carder, by Leech, of Rochdale; one 10 indle Horse and PiccingMachine: allin first-rate condition; only aenworking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wihen Sir J. Itamsden succeeded to the property, donu's to 158, his, without interruption or disturbance, as far as Mr,. Thorntoun was concerned, received the rents due to hius under the existing arrangonment. The Vice-Clsaneellor-Tlho buildings erested by Mr. Thointon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York- slire Banking ConipnYy 493 513. Airedale Gas Coinlplly (Idle) 10 INt), Ditto. (dtfo;. ;5, Cloy. toit. A llerton, and Thorntoun Gas Cc mlpany 14 15, Ilkev Gas CoGoinmp-ny 19 330, ito. do. i.; o.. -North 1 1eltey GasGolin atty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    me-sdow, and pasture land, hal coutainlog in the swhols -70 acres, or th~tweaboutc, andniow in the J occupaltion of Mirs. Thorntoun, as tenant, Scope year to year. Tue owner of Lot 1 ettloys rights of' common of pasture and turbary Subscribers-only content

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