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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1572

    the water of the Darwyn in Kyrkeham, Sheringham, Wharame Percy, Kyrkeburne, Bugthorpe, Thorpe Bassett als . Thorpe Ellys, and Kyrkebye Underdale. Nicholas Wylson, clerk Henry Compton, kt., Ld. Compton de Compton Manor of Crawme als . Crauholme, and 20 messuages

    Index of places

    , 5. Overblowes, 13. Kyrke Burton , 92. Kyrkeburne , 20. Kyrkeby , 19, 27. Malserd, 12. Kyrkebye , 120. Underdale, 20. Kyrkebymore , 32. Kyrkefenton , 135. Kyrkegarfurth , 18. Kyrkegarfurthe , 109. Kyrkegate , 117. Kyrkeham , 20.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Temperance Society gig the district in the course of a fortnight. The Hon. M~r H. Erakine is to have the living of irlcly Underdale. vacant by the promotion of Dr Thirl. wall to the see of St David's. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a~t the Olics of itie Eugincer, Mfr. It. E. Johnston, Milonks Ferry station, £Plekeolsheist. 'lessdv'fs, endorseesl "'T'enidr fer flridae at Underdale Crovoler, ' to be delivered to the underoiusi es~ot later than la, U, on WmI.Dcs. DAY, 31st October. Tlhe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKRUPTCY PROCEEIYNGS. Re W. H. BeveZp4 solicitor. Shrewsburv.-At Shrewsbury Shire H-ill, yesterday-before Mr. Registrar Craig-Willbam H. Braughall, solicitor. Bank Cottage Underdale - Road, Shrewsbury, appeared for public examination in bankruptcy. His debts wore put at £1,203, and his assets nil. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the society of this deluded sect, for which purpose she was taken down to the river near the Horse Boat, Underdale, to he baptised. There were only four or five persons present. One of the "elders," named Thomas Lloyd, took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILL OF THE LATE1 MISS BECKER. h The wilt of the late Miss Lydia Ersesttne Beclker. e of 155, Shrevwbury-street. Old Trafford (who died r under ipalatiiil Cil Utc Siltnces at ('eneVa O9 the losh July last), was proxed Subscribers-only content

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