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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Weel Weel in the early 17th century

    Outlying townships WeelWEEL The village of Weel stands about 2½ km. east of Beverley on the opposite bank of the river Hull , and direct access from the town was until recent times by ferry. The suitability of the

    The sixteenth century Parliamentary Representation

    , i. 381; ii. 242; iii. 513-14, 657-8. Ibid. ii. 157; iii. 13, 263; below, Outlying Townships ( Eske ; Weel ). Hist. Parl., Commons , 1558-1603 , i. 330. Ibid. iii. 439-40; L. & P. Hen . VIII ,

    The seventeenth century The Charters and Town Government

    are based on H.R.O., BC/II/6, passim . Boro. Rec . 45, 113. Below, Charities (s.vv. Ferrer; Metcalfe); Outlying Townships ( Weel , Manor ). Including payments for average. e.g. H.R.O., BC/II/7/4/1, f. 21 and v.; Boro. Rec . 117. H.R.O.,

    Manors

    'water towns' of Sicey, Sneerholmes, Stork, Thearne , Tickton , Weel , and Woodmansey , besides the borough itself, belonged to the archbishop until 1542, when he exchanged it with the Crown. 89 It was granted to John Dudley ,

    Beverley , 1700– 1835 Town Government

    property in Beverley , including 36 houses, 18 closes, 2 mills, and a limekiln, and from lands at Hornsea and Weel and others at Guilden Morden and Over (both Cambs.). The lands outside the town contributed almost half of the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 28 [By-Laws] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [for Fishermen.]

    Craft of a Fisherman, shall, within the said Bounds or Limits, fish with any Net, or lay or hale any Weel , or use any other Net, or Engine whatsoever, from Sun-setting on Saturday Night , until Sun-rising on Monday

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    in the Liberties and Franchises of others. In the 1 Eliz. Cap. 17. None shall with any manner of Net, Weel , But-eayning, Kepper, Lymecreel, Raw Fag-net, Troll-net, Trim-net, Scaleboat, Weblister, Stutlamete, or with any other Device or Engines, made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolgelley, Harlecti, Penrhydelldraetb t madec, Criccieth and Pwllheli to Sbrewsbury 1 i *Tickets to these stations are not issued from Weel 1P&0 Paesengers return on the Monday or TueslaY foll° ng issue of ticket. f ee For fill particulars as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4nd doryti, tecniraly speaking, to takae a: .iri *Du.risTAG7E nj'lnt their fslottrs, niel/do sa- or;Jice Iiieit nay holppilesS. cue! the Weel beinLg Of SOiety, AT TRE SriUPIE OP IoTtV'yya711. talex'1; alsloigh by sIech -practiceit Ilp tsnist t.avtiisred of themn Obtain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Comrnnfl Council on Friday antd pro- posed the jubilee. The Poor fellow seemt to have drawn sis ideas as Weel aS h4i grammar from tihe Morning Post, and begat hy sbewing off his knowledge of EngDish history in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFEwNLvES, 4c. XvEcrnolo.--On IWNedlnesd~iy Mnoringi, pur"uant 4o their sen- tenwe, TAJhn Ftaneut, Phodmpts Turner, and tAlnot, Coper (the two foimer for burglary and- the- latter for cuaisg and ioaimith )tw were ekecute at tihe Debtor's door of Ne6,,*ate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the contrary, some of the crowsd attempted to excite the hialigtan by cries of " Lay on, Tam !" " Weel done, 'Tam !" " Put themi into hit !" &c. tounding every exclamation with the choicest epithets they could Subscribers-only content

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

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    TEST.CP.1847/4

    People & Places Participant: Thomas Wilkinson [Wilkinson] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Weel(Weel) : undefined Participant: Frances Wilkinson [Wilkinson] Role: defendant Details: female; Widow; Relict of the testator Participant: Robert Mathieson [Mathison]

    CP.E.105

    26 or 29 years. Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Weel (Wele) : township Participant: John Sanderson [Saundirson; Saunderson; Saundersone] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Weel (Wele) : township Participant: Henry Axholme [de Axiholm] Role:

    CP.G.1504

    Beverley (Beverlaco) : town Participant: Thomas Jennison [Jennyson] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: Fisher Location: Beverley : undefined Place(s): Weel (Wele) : undefined Participant: Thomas Cowling [Cowlinge] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: butcher Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s):

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1764, 21 March 1764

    and " Fairholme, North Skirlaugb, Jiowton, ^Arnold, Long " Rifion, Leven, Beigholme, and Hallytree-Holme, Brandes- "Burton, and Burfall, Eske,_ fitktoti,- Weel, Routh, " Meaux, and Wägten otherwife Wawn, in Holdernefs, " in the EdjhRPding of the County of York ;" Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1764, 28 March 1764

    Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, Row- " ton, Arnold, Long Rifion, Leven, Heigholme, and " Hallytree-Hclme, Brandes-Burton, and Burfall, Eske, " Tickton, Weel, Routh, Meaux, and Waghen other- " wife Waivn, in Holdernejfe, in the Eafi Riding of " the County of Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    North Skirlaugh, " Rowton, Arnold, Long Riflon, Leven, Heigholme, and " Rally tree-Holme, Brandes Burton, and Bur/all, Eske, " Tickion, Weel, Rowth, Meaux, and Waghen other- " wife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eafi Riding of the ** County of Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1764, 5 April 1764

    Benninghohne, Benningholme Grange, and Fairhohne, North Skirlaugh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Rißon, Leven Heigholme, and Hallytree-Holme, Brandes-Burton, and Burfall, Eße, Tickton, Weel, Routh, Meaux, and Waghen otherwife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eafi Riding of the County of Tork." " 45. Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1766, 25 April 1766

    " North Skirlaugh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Paßon, Leven, " Heigholme, and Hallytree Holme, Brandes Burton, and " Burfiall, Eske, Tickton, Weel, Routh, Meaux and Wagen *' otherwife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eaft Riding of " the County of Tori;" Subscribers-only content

 

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