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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

5 May 1821

I Bucatiox.—Scarborough . WELBANK Jer lnfonTl Pricnds and the Public, that Jbon Staf, (combining advantages . , 'hose of Warm and Cold Battling) X ? T The School is TOt. sters highly approved Abilities. K# V?* her friends, that for the W°sr6 ' ' she receives

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1813

WILLIAM WELBANK LINEN DRAPER, HABERDASHER &c MINSTER YARD, YORK, Is in IMMEDIATE WANT of An APPRENTICE. letter-, Post paid WANTED. For a CenUeman's Family, near York, A COOK, tbat tin.ler__.ian.ls, and can undertake the Business of a larre Family, but

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Knaresborough Post

Knaresborough Post Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1886

Akers Scruton get over a fence oat of a turnip field. Upon looking down the field he saw Welbank ranging amongst the turnips with a gun, Scruton gave a shout and Welbank ran away to the hedge , and from thence into a wheat fi eld, at the other aide of the

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Type: Illustrated
Pateley Bridge & Nidderdale Herald

Pateley Bridge & Nidderdale Herald Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1886

os their farm by himulf. He uw Sadler and their foreman (Welbank) repairing gate. Just then had ahot partridges, hit one which ••towered” and fell into Knowles’ turnip field. Called out to Welbank to •■ mark down. Then took hia retrierer dog and went to

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

4 Jul 1835

appointed trea surer, he being willing to perform the duties of tl.e office gratuitously. Mr. Xi TSON here observed that Mr. Welbanke was u-illintr to accept the office upon the same terms as Mr. Other pro- posed -,o do. Sir Thos. I.kuard proposed Captain

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

19 Jan 1828

which he 00 in nuiries wtr j tionofthe rd ?: Bierlo* was .itg&t&K overseer of r, f r reC eive authorised the Lord Mayo se „lr Welbank, and re before \»e' come to, the parties appear 10 whe and Magistrates this morning was questioned as to the possessed

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

19 Jan 1856

Day of January, 1840 made by the said William Welbank to William Beckw'ith Di«h-ton, since deceased, and the Defendants John and Thomas Watson, in trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to Creditors, or Repr

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

2 Feb 1856

of January, 1840, made by the said William Welbank to William Beckwith Dighton, since deceased, and the Defendants John Tutin and Thomas Watson, in trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to be Creditors, or

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

31 Mar 1821

:tl 01 g ,or > without being called •P'v y the customary regulation. He ff Particular individual who the tad* Q - ■— Welbank had been car—r feestr a hol,se at the comer of vt *W- Notice had been a,,-w; d 'ne free ; alleging w' . ,nsist ' Partitmlar

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

26 Jan 1856

Thomas Watson, trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to be ! Creditors, or Representatives of Deceased Creditors, |of the said William Welbank, entitled to the benefit the said Indenture of Assignment, are by

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

9 Jun 1888

P FEBRU Aj Feb. Northallerton was married * M rj Mitchell, wholesale linen draper $ . Newcastle, to Miss Welbank, eldest of Christopher Welbank, Esq., 01 Flesance, near Northallerton. -Refl ' Date indetinite.—ln the Court of King's finally determined

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

8 Jun 1889

the damage, a considerable part had ultimately to be pulled down. Jan. 24 Died at Northallerton, Mrs Welbank, mother of the late Edward Dawson Welbank, Esquire. FEBRUARY. Feb. 2. — The foundation the new Mansion House at Ripon (which was being built Mr

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

4 Mar 1837

the Darlington District Bank, ami Mr. Edward Hare, ol Yorkshire District Bank, when Mr. Welbank was appointed by a majority of five; the numbers being—for Mr. Welbank, 31 ; Mr. Hare, 20. Mr. Feter Carter, of Sowerby-mider-Cotcliffe, near Northallerton,

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Mar 1789

Knowtlrop, near this town. The fame day was married, Mr. Thomas Mitchell, wholefale linen-draper, to Mils Welbank, eldelt daughter of Chriltupher Welbank, lilqj of Mount Pleafant, near Northallerton. On Tuefday latt, was married, Thomas Simon Scroope, Efq;

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1798

6,lth year of her age, Mif, Dorothy Adaim, a maiden lady. On Wtdnclday died, at Northallerton, Mrs. Welbank, mother ot the late Edward Dawfon Welbank. Kfq. On Thurfday laft departed this life, in the 36th year of her age, Mri. Matvai.-t Fuller, wile of

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Aug 1801

page. On Tiiefday l'e'nnight was married, Thomas Robinfon, Efqj of Newcaftle, to Mifs Ann Frances Welbank, youngeft daughter of the late Chriltopher Welbank, Efqi of Mount Pleafant, near Northallerton. On Tiiurfday le'n night was married, William Blackett

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1849

are held under a Lease, dated the 29th January, grunted by Charles Thomas. Lord Bishop Ripon, William Welbank, Tor the lives of the said William Welbank, aged then 68 years Godfrey Hirst, aged then about ye> View article

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

13 Oct 1860

of Mr. James Watson, formerly of North- North-allerton, saddler and harness maker. Welbank.—On the 6th inst., at Gatherly, near Castle Howard, aged 63, Mrs. Ann Welbank. Whitwell.—On the 10th inst., at Eldmire, near Topcliffe, aged 31, Elizabeth, wife

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

18 Jan 1840

THOMAS WATSON, the same place Ropemaker, upon Trust to sell the same for the purposes therein mentioned. And the said William Welbank hath also Indenture Assignment bearing date the 16th Day of January instant, assigned all his personal Estate and Effects

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York Herald

York Herald Yorkshire, England

26 Jan 1856

January, 1840, made by the said William Welbank to William Beck with Dighton, since deceased, and the Defendants, John Tutin and Thomas Watson, in Trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank ; all Persons claiming to be Creditors or

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