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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARBOTTLE, Robert (d.1419), of Preston, Northumb.

    surviving evidence enables us to document the steady growth of his landed income as he acquired new properties in Ellingham, Tritlington, Tynemouth, Preston, Elford and Bamburgh in Northumberland and Bursblades and Little Chilton, across the county border in the palatinate

    OGLE, Sir Robert (c.1370-1436), of Ogle, Northumb.

    since besides her customary third share of the Ogle estates, she also held land in Lowick, Coldmartin, Bamburgh, Unthank and Tritlington in Northumberland, which had belonged to her late father, Sir Alan Heton. All of this descended directly to Sir

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

    of 1388, a partition was made which left Mary and Sir William with holdings in Ingram, Lowick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Unthank and Tritlington. Some rents had been lost through devastation by the Scots, but even after certain re-adjustments were effected, in 1394,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    78 . James: 78. John, juror, Newburne: 405. John, of Belsey: 405. Lancelot: 78. Mark: 78. Martin: 78. Martin, of Tritlington: juror, 132; a juror, resets one Shaftoe, 340; juror, Newburne, 405; deputy for Lord O., 452; his watch, ib Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 2, May 1596, 01 May 1596-31 May 1596

    esq.; Alexander Fetherston of Fetherstonhaugh esq.; Mark Errington of Ponte Iland, gent.; Thomas Midlton of Belsey esq.; Martin Ogle of Tritlington, gent.; Robert Lisley of Felton esq.; Edward Charlton of Hesleside, gent.; Raffe Errington of Bingfeild, gent.; Nicholas Whitfeild of Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 250, November 1594, 01 November 1594-30 November 1594

    Hexam, for the said offences, and for breaking prison. [ Docquet . ] Nov. 27. Pardon to Matt. Cockson, of Tritlington, and Rob. Cockson, of Barchill, both co. Northumberland, yeomen, for manslaughter. [ Docquet . ] Nov. 27. Warrant for Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, T

    355, 366, 367, 373, 386, 428. Tripoli , Tripoly, consul at, 232; present for the government of, 257. Tritlington and Fenrother , Tritlington Fenrodes, co. Northumberland, 413. Trotman , John, merchant, Customs debt 384 5. Trotter , , collector, Swansea

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1591-31 December 1594

    house, Deptford Strond, master, & c. of, grant to Lane, London Tripoli company, or merchants consul at Tristern , Irishman Tritlington , Northumberland, resident at Trolop , or Trollop, Mr. Troughton , Mr. Trowtes , Isle of Sheppey, lease of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York; T. H. Hutobinson, Coattericlk; Forster, !ilhow; FoIjambe, Osbetton Hall; C. W. Wilson, Rig- ad to madon Pari; John Davidson, Tritlington; Stoddard, at on ageirt to Lord Claremont; Win. Pigott, Scawby Grove: ce in G. H. Graves, Sulton; C. Tyndaell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of all has been made, and skirting a grandly wooded estate at Broom Perk, swiftly passes under the shadow of Tritlington mountain. By viaduct and tunnel the pretty village of Bridge of Aln is reacherd, and within easy distance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I elder daughter, and at the same time and place, P Bashell Thomas, second son of .Tohn Davison, of r, Tritlington Hal], Northumberland, to Emily Frances Sarab, younger daughter, of the late E-ward Smith, El E.l.CO.S. j s F O'DONNELL-BURKE-April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sPsRTING lV7IX2'UT.'GE-XCE. Itis a' - ih to frnterni~se stint ti. ' porting periodicals of all doil - . ions, as in such a- t Al~ good feeling we per- ,ceiv f....',tiv advancement otIi me British sports w hich othersi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turn- pike Gate-at 10, Tivyside hounds-To-day, Eglewysetw; Thursday, Fy- rone-at 10. UIsnelly houndas-Weduneday, mansant; Saturday, Velin Voel-at 10. Morpeth harriers-To-morrow, Tritlington; Friday, Stacnington Village-at 10. Durham County hounds-To-day, Brancepeth Castle; Wednesday, Elemore Hall; Friday,Plawasworth Bar-at kalf-past 10, Brighton harriera-TT-day, Patcham; Subscribers-only content

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