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You searched for: Place: Tursdale, Date from: 1875-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

Found 79 matches across 3 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    4 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    of Bulmer until 1605. 53 Bulmer . Gules billety and a lion or . In 1605 Sir Bertram Bulmer of Tursdale sold Burntoft to John Featherstonhalgh of Stanhope 54 (q.v.). On the death of John in December 1619 it was

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    Tursdale released in 1320 to the Prior of Durham . 404 In 1443-4 the Prior recovered his right of common pasture on this part of the moor by means of a suit with Sir William Elmeden, then lord of

    Parishes Sedgefield

    their issue of the manor of Tursdale in Kelloe parish, with remainder to his sons William and Thomas and their issue successively. 156 John, another son of William , released all claim on Tursdale to William and Joan in 1371

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    one capital messuage, two other messuages, 91/2 acres of land, 21/2 acres of meadow and 1 acre of meadow in Tursdale (Dur. Rec. cl. 3, no. 2, fol. 180 d., 267), and it is so extended in the inquisition on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    favour of a strike, and that the western collieries will 0i be largely in favour of remaininv at wectk As Tursdale ti Colliery the men have refused to vote because of the ri action of the Federation in expelling the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is made, are extensively manufactured at Raisley Hill and Leasingthoruse. The colo ovens at East Hettois, Thrislingtou, R aist Howle, Tursdale, Trimsdou Grange, and Windleotote are working en tn average eleven days per fortnight. The same remark applies to all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will have to leave at the end of the fortnight, DIFFIOULTnEs AT DURHAM COLLIER1ES.- Shildon Lodge Colliery, in South Durham,,and Tursdale Caoliery, in the- Ferryhill district, at each of which between 200 and n00 workmen have been employed, were idle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p.m. goods trainfrom Newcastle to the south on Monday was delayed several hours by the storm. This train, whilst nearing Tursdale Colliery, plunged into a drift of such dimeusions that the eouplense could; not bear the strain, the result being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is 5 shown in the shape of sections of the Busty and Brook- coI well seams from South Brancepeth and Tursdale ,201- lierieq, weighing together 37j owt., this being the qusa- I a tity of raw fuel required for the Subscribers-only content

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