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

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    CP.E.213

    Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Sockbridge (Sokbrede, Sokbred, Stokbred) : hamlet Carlisle (Karln') : diocese Penrith (Cumberland) Tirril (Tyrell) : hamlet Participant: Joan Pyrt [Pyrt] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Yanwath (Yanewhyt, Yanwhit, Yanewith)

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    grounds, containing together 150 acres or thereabouts, called Tirril and Yanwath Low Moor, High and Low Round Table and Sockbridge Green; and that there is also a certain common stinted pasture called Tirril High Moor, containing by estimation 85 acres.

    Index, General - L-Z

    240. John, 244. Margaret, 244. Mary, 240. Michael, 164. Richard, 342. Tinkler , Robert, 300. Thomas, 188. William, 240, 373. Tirril , 264, 272. Chapel Wesleyan , 277. Inclosure Act, 276. Turril , Henry, 258. Todd , Christopher, 223. John,

    Historical Collections, The Earl of Essex's march into the west, June 1644

    besides him; and within Musquet-shot I placed Lieutenant-Colonel Ingolsby, with four hundred Musqueteers, and fronted with my Regiment, and Colonel Tirril' s Regiment, the Orange Regiment for a second, the Lord Roberts' s and Colonel Barkley' s on a Hill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a Dutch barn, conitainsing a. large quantity of E' liste hay and corns, the property of Mr, F~orster, brewer, Tirril, it' near Penriti., This I i the fourth fire 'durinsg the last five 001 --weeks within a radius of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to ituslhbury for anaother elngine, by which it was tatkel to Birmtinghaim. Nono of eho pasetnigers were ittjured. PEAR.L Wireu Tirril, by using the Porsinn Tooth Paste-I i-epared onal by lAdams Sialitl, Uhenlist, 2a5, lttowa Sircet. sold hev ll thtalita. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cierk to tire said Trusteeq. hasiirpix% 2111h Jran., 1834. 0 NO~~A!TICR is lrehhr fi:rrhir guin, That tit tile strer a Tirril ani irraeu Ill , (3cr enrtl .1 rirtai If M EIT NG roif tire sairdi Trur teer trill ire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Dallowgfll. Same daty, at the parish church. Crosby-on-Eden. by the Rev. J. Phlelps, Wms. MATTassoN, RE&., of the College, Tirril, to MARY ANN,- widow Ot JOSmEPH HALL, Beg., of Brunsitocli, anid daughter of the I late- Mr. John Pinn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MON EY MAbKET. SQIARtI AND PRODUCE MARKETS. (Faionl ace LONDON GoinUEsroxouT.) LOxNDON Saturday Eveonrnel. The stoeele markelts were vcry quiet to-tacs and prices Wiere airrcl~, f(-atureless. '11±o only meovemnict of him. portanice was a ieofbnIortli-Errstcil a ifewar Stock fill Subscribers-only content

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