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  • Swifts of Yorkshire 1526206The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, Volume 1 — Pedigree of the Younger Branch of the Swifts of YorkshireThomas Sheridan1784
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  • examination in the British Museum Library of the literature relating to the Yorkshire sibyl  (1881)  RESEMBLANCE OF MOTHER SHIPTON TO MISTER PUNCH OF
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  • South Yorkshire Light Rail Transit Act 1989 :Schedule 2 Parliament of the United Kingdom 1538664South Yorkshire Light Rail Transit Act 1989 :Schedule
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  • Volume 1 Yorkshire Local Rhymes and Sayings 1167343The Folk-Lore Journal, Volume 1 — Yorkshire Local Rhymes and Sayings ADDITIONS TO "YORKSHIRE LOCAL
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  • South Yorkshire (a history of the Deanery of Doncaster), still considered among the best works written on the history of Sheffield and South Yorkshire. Hallamshire
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  • called de Ryton and de Fryton, a Yorkshire gentleman, is with Ralph Fitzwilliam, the king's lieutenant in Yorkshire, a member of the itinerary court constituted
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  • South Yorkshire Light Rail Transit Act 1989 :Schedule 3 Parliament of the United Kingdom Schedule 3 1538666South Yorkshire Light Rail Transit Act
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  • _Alexander James18741952Professor of New Testament and Church History, Yorkshire United Independent College, Bradford, England. Sometime registrar of Madras
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  • Bernard18591938Librarian at Reckitt Library, Hull, Yorkshire (1901). Son of George Page, Glass and China merchant, Hull, Yorkshire This author wrote articles for the
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  • Memoirs Conclusion Pedigree of the younger branch of the Swifts of Yorkshire Testimonies Respecting the Character of Dr. Swift The Works of the Rev
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Bradford (Yorkshire) 18533211911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Bradford (Yorkshire) BRADFORD, a city, and municipal
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  • Britannica, Volume 23 Richmond (Yorkshire) 19475111911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 23 — Richmond (Yorkshire) RICHMOND, a market town and municipal
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  • Francis Wright of Bolton-upon-Swale, Yorkshire. He inherited the paternal estate at Castle Leavington, Yorkshire, in 1652, studied law, and became an
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  • CHARLES (1809–1882), antiquary, was born 25 July 1809, and came of an old Yorkshire family long connected with Doncaster, where both his grandfather and his
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  • RatcliffeAlfred VictorRatcliffeRatcliffe,_Alfred Victor18871916Lieut., 10/13th West Yorkshire Regiment during World War 1 Anthologized From Soldier poets, songs of
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  • registrar of York Cathedral, was born at Newton Grange, Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire, in the house of his maternal grandfather, Ralph Sandwith. The date, according
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  • HARGROVE, ELY (1741–1818), historian of Knaresborough, born at Halifax, Yorkshire, on 19 March (O.S.) 1741, was the son of James Hargrove of Halifax, by
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  • Manuscript entitled “The Heraldic Visitations of Yorkshire consolidated,”’ 8vo, York, 1842, and by a list of Yorkshire pedigrees in his possession, furnished to
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  • SCHROEDER, HENRY (1774–1853), topographer and engraver, born at Bawtry, Yorkshire, in 1774, ran away from his home at an early age and passed three years
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  • the House of Commons, was the son of Sir James Strangeways of Whorlton, Yorkshire, by his wife Joan, daughter of Nicholas Orrell. The elder Sir James was
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