At Skelton, over there on the hill, lived the Bruces of the English branch, who founded the priory.
Ascham has the form 'huddermother' and Skelton 'hoder-moder.'
When there was nothing more to be seen or heard at Yarm, Skelton went home.
Lieutenant Skelton was chief engineer and photographer to the expedition.
He recalled Skelton, and threw him into the Tower for his rash conduct.
I entered Skelton's (the tailor's) shop with the journeymen.
To whom mayster Skelton sayde: I praye the, gette the awaye fro me: for thou lokeste as though thou camest out of helle.
His name to-day was Skelton, but in those days they knew him as Scully.
At the time they were the most fashionable, Mr. Cotton came to preach for Mr. Skelton.
The steward in charge thought him delirious, and Skelton said perhaps he was.