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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HORSLEY, Robert (by 1509-65 or later), of Acklington, Northumb.

    or later), of Acklington, Northumb. Constituency Dates Northumberland Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Keeper of the gates and steward, Warkworth castle, Northumb. Jan. 1532-?d., bailiff by 1562, j.p. Northumb. 1538, 1547, q. 1553; custos rot. Northumb. c.1547; keeper, Acklington park, Northumb.

    HORSLEY, Cuthbert (by 1517-by 1586), of Horsley, Northumb.

    Held J.p. Northumb. 1538, rem. c.1563; receiver of augmentations, archdeaconry of Richmond and bpric. of Durham 1544-6; escheator 1556-7; agistor, Acklington park, Northumb. for Sir Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland by 1578. Biography Horsley’s father was captain of Bamburgh

    HORSLEY, Cuthbert (by 1517-81/86), of Lincoln's Inn, London and Horsley, Northumb.

    1546, Cumb., Westmld. and Carlisle 1548, goods of churches and fraternities, Northumb. 1553; other commissions 1551-65; escheator, Northumb. 1556-7; agistor, Acklington park Northumb. for Henry Percy, and Earl of Northumberland 1578. Biography The family of Horsley had long been established

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sedgefield

    life of Anne. 133 William Bellasis granted Butterwick in 1436 to his sister Catharine and her husband William Young of Acklington (co. Northumb.) and the issue of Catharine with reversion to himself. 134 William Belasis of Henknowle grant ed the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named Henderson was found in the snow near Derwicic yesterday, Mr. Taylor, who with other passengers was snowed up at Acklington, telegraphed on W1rednesday night the follow- ing graphic account to the .i.ewceast/e chtrolnicle of the blocl which occurred there:-" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;oW 'r0OB LD Y PRIVATE''C&TRACT, 'Tf Tecnexird Tei of ad int t~tLEASE rall that, rij-' eurirint going-. WOLE' AIbCOI, a't Acklington wil PclV~e, lit the CeudtyoNoriicbrli' ilWM or-wllitixt a ncalLFgtree of Arabi Io' 'rtsgt, o Scexiaty Acres cir thb -theritbouttti. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lust., Jane Alordue, aged 16, was committed to Mtorpeth gaul, on a charge of poisoning her father, Thomas Mordue, of Acklington, labourert and Suean Stephenson, an inmate of the poor-house In the latter place, was commirted as alr accessary before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29th ult. and the 3rd inst. on Thomas Mordue, aged fifty, | who belonged to Acklington, and had been employed in the woods at Acklington Park, belonging to his Grace the Duke of Northumberland. MIordie died very suddenly on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    packed up our traps. hbal a good dinner, and seat of,. about three o'elock in the autternoon, to drive to Acklington, a station IoLne eight ilets awe y, t, catch the triai for Aiuvick, en route for Poiburn, where wvi' Subscribers-only content

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