History of Stockton Castle. by Woodhouse, Robert.

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SeriesStockton-on-Tees. Borough. Publications
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The Historic Town of Stockton-on-Tees: Stockton was described in the Boldon Book of AD as having 'eighteen farms, three families with a cottage but little land, a smith and a ferry across the River Tees'. At this time Stockton was an agricultural village rather than a town. The bishop had a residence in Stockton Castle, which was just a fortified manor house.

The first recorded reference to the castle was in Stockton's market can trace its history towhen Bishop Bek of Durham granted a market charter – to our town of Stockton a market upon every Wednesday for y: England.

During the Civil War Stockton castle was a Royalist stronghold and in when a treaty was signed making the Tees a boundary between the forces of Scotland and the King, this castle stayed in Royalist hands.

The Scottish forces finally captured Stockton castle. The ruins of Stockton Castle I believe stood on land behind were the present Swallow Hotel is. The castle dates from the s having been a Manor House earlier. It was demolished in the s with the exception of the Barn which it was demolished in the s.

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Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. stockton-on-tees, eng. castle |. Another source, A History of the Stockton Family, by J.W.

Stockton (Patterson & White, Philadelphia, ), said that Richard “was the son of John Stockton, of the parish of Malpas, in Cheshire, England, and was born in the year ”. The book goes on to claim that the father, John, was of the Stockton family that resided at Kiddington, in.

History of Stockton Castle by Robert Woodhouse (Book) Most widely held works by Stockton-on-Tees (England) Valuation lists, ; and poor rate books, by Stockton-on-Tees (England) (Book) 1 edition published. During the Civil War Stockton castle was a Royalist stronghold and in when a treaty was signed making the Tees a boundary between the forces of Scotland and the King, this castle stayed in Royalist hands.

The Scottish forces finally captured Stockton castle in and it was garrisoned by them until Stockton Memories: A Pictorial History of Stockton, California [R. Coke Wood, Leonard Covello] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stockton Memories: A Pictorial History of Stockton, CaliforniaReviews: 1.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Robert Woodhouse. During the Civil War, Stockton Castle was a Royalist stronghold and in a treaty was signed making the Tees a boundary between the forces of Scotland and the King. The Scottish army was given control of all of Northumberland and Durham except for Stockton castle and the village of Egglescliffe which remained in Royalist hands.

- We History of Stockton Castle. book Stockton, Ca, especially where it came from. Celebrate Stockton's past. See more ideas about california history, stockton, history photos pins. Stockton was presumably the site of the manor house which later became a castle of the Bishops of Durham.

Norton was the home of the estate church and Carlton (a village History of Stockton Castle. book the north west) was once the part of the estate belonging to the ‘carls’ – or free peasants.

There is now a shopping centre, called the Castle Gate Centre, where the original castle stood Stockton History 16th – 19th Century Stockton on Tees In came civil war and in Stockton was occupied by the Scottish army.

site of the castle to Dovecot Street and a Medieval Village which was probably sited in the area of the present Parish Church.

These three components continue to shape the development of the town. The Medieval Village of Stockton The Medieval Village was the oldest part of Stockton. It is recorded in the ‘Boldon Book’ of AD and may. Origins of the place name Stockton Stockton is an Anglo-Saxon name with the typical Anglo-Saxon place name ending 'ton' meaning farm, or homestead.

Read More [ ] Early History of Stockton on Tees Stockton began as an Anglo-Saxon settlement on high ground close to the northern bank of the River Tees.

The manor of Stockton was created around and was purchased by Bishop Pudsey of. Curriculum. The Historical Studies program offers a minor for students who are majoring in another field, but who wish to pursue their love of history or enhance their professional the minor, students are required to complete five HIST courses (including courses cross-listed with another program) or approved electives with a grade of C or better (20 credits).

The first specific reference to Stockton occurs around the 12th Century in the Bolden Buke – the palatinate of Durham’s equivalent to the Doomsday Book.

An ancient castle, once associated with King John ( – ), but destroyed on Cromwell’s orders aroundused to stand at the Southern end of the High Street. First published inCastle Gap and the Pecos Frontier was acclaimed by reviewers as “superb,” “significant,” and “utterly delightful.” In this revised edition, Patrick Dearen draws upon the latest in scholarship to update his study of the Pecos River country of West Texas.

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Whether you are a family historian, a student or interested in the heritage of the local area, Newcastle Region Library has the resources to. Thank you for a further jog of the memory, Julie. No Durham Road belonged, I believe, to a Mr Finnegan for many years and also had/has a stone structure in the garden, the stone for which, reputedly, came originally from Stockton Castle.

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The Register of the University of Stockton documents one Jonas Stockton of county Warwick in AD. The Wills at Chester lists two bearers of this last name: Thomas Stockton of Wiglands in and Margaret Stockton of Durham in History, Genealogy, and Ancestry A one Thomas Stockton was born in Malpas, Cheshire in AD.

The Castle, or rather Manor-place of Stockton, was the property and occasional residence of the Bishops, at least from the time of Hugh Pudsey.

Boldon Book, it has been seen, mentions the Hall incidentally, “the Hall-toft, and the oxgang which the Bishop holds across the river, opposite to the Hall.”. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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In his book, The Stockton Family in England and the United States, William Francis Cregar wrote that he thought it was "highly probable" that Richard "The Emigrant" Stockton (c) was a grandson of Randall Stockton and a son of Richard and Dorothy (nee Bridger) Stockton of London.

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