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Census returns 1881: Reeth, including Fremington and Healaugh in Swaledale, North Yorkshire

Census returns 1881: Reeth, including Fremington and Healaugh in Swaledale, North Yorkshire

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Published by Bishopdale Archives .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcomplied by Jean Kington.
SeriesBishopdale booklet -- No. 65
ContributionsKington, Jean.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16369354M


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Census returns 1881: Reeth, including Fremington and Healaugh in Swaledale, North Yorkshire Download PDF EPUB FB2

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He had met Thomas Elliot of Reeth/Fremington ‘one of the greatest improvers of moors in Yorkshire’. Philip Lord Wharton was a major figure in the economic development of Swaledale, developing coal and lead mines during the 17th century, and acquiring a market charter for Reeth in “The Kisdon Mining Company, Swaledale, Yorkshire, Part III: The Boundary of the Company and Guy’s Level Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society.” Vol.3(No.2): pp Crabtree, P.

“The Kisdon Mining Company, Swaledale, Yorkshire Part IV: The Kisdon Shaft and Alton’s Level.”   GRINTON is a civil parish and small village, near the confluence of the rivers Swale and Arkle, 6 miles south of Redmire railway station on the Northallerton and Hawes branch of the North Eastern railway, 1 mile southeast from Reeth, 9 west from Richmond, 7 north-west from Leyburn and 16 south of Barnard Castle, in the Richomod division of the Riding, West Hang wapentake and petty sessional The Swaledale Estates of Lord Wharton in the 16th and 17th centuries, edited by M.Y.

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He would be s/o Robert of Reeth. George Brownrigg, alias Robinson. George was baptised at Askrigg on 27 Jan the son of John Hervey Brownrigg and Ellen   Sir GEORGE WILLIAM DENYS, Bart., of Draycott Hall, near Reeth, in Swaledale, Yorkshire, died on Wednesday night – inflammation of the lungs being the cause his death.

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