CP.H.2654
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Reference:CP.H.2654
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Consistory
Case:Tithe (hay, cows, calves, milk, sheep, lambs, wool)
Details:5 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence
Outcome:
Date: 26/11/1663 — 9/6/1664


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People & Places
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Participant:George   Savil [Savile;  Savill]
Role:plaintiff
Details:male; knight and baronet
Notes:lord or proprietor of the rectory of the parish church of Kirkby Malhamdale



Participant:John   Buck [Buck;  Bucke]
Role:defendant
Details:male
Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Kirkby Malhamdale (Kirkby Malhamdaile) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:William   Wetherald [Wetherell;  Wetherall]
Role:witness
Details:male; 54; yeoman
Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Kirkby Malhamdale (Kirkby Mallomdale) : ecclesiastical parish



Participant:Robert   Carlisle [Carlile]
Role:witness
Details:male; 36; husbandman
Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Scosthrop (Scostropp) : undefined



Participant:Henry   Litton [Litton]
Role:witness
Details:male; 60; husbandman
Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Malham Moor (Mallam Moore) : undefined



Participant:Radulph   Buck [Bucke]
Role:witness
Details:male; 50; husbandman
Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Malham Moor (Malham Moore) : undefined



Associated Places
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Location:Kirkby Malhamdale (YorkshireWestRiding)
Place(s):Kirkby Malhamdale (Kirkby Malham, Malham Dale, Kirkby in Malhamdale) : ecclesiastical parish
Malham Moor (Malham Moore) : undefined
township, village or hamlet
Kirkby Malhamdale (Kirkbey in Malham Daile) : township
Airton (Aireton) : township
Scosthrop (Scosthrop) : township
Otterburn (Otterburne) : township
Calton (Cawton) : township
Hanlith (Handlith) : township
Malham (Malham) : hamlet
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