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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Manchester (part 1 of 2)

    the open space stands the Cromwell statue, erected in 1875 . From the same point start Deansgate, leading south to Alport and Campfield near the Medlock, which river Deansgate crosses at Knott Bridge ; and Victoria Street , a new

    Townships Hulme

    the survey of 1320, 6 at which time Robert de Ashton held a moiety of the manor of Hulme by Alport by a rent of 5 s . at the four terms, payable to the lord of Manchester . 7

    Townships Manchester (part 2 of 2) MOSLEY OF MANCHESTER , & c.

    was established in 1870 . The local acts and byelaws to 1898 have been printed; they fill six volumes. ALPORTALPORT , an ancient park of the lords of Manchester , 82 was in 1430 -6 given by Sir Reginald

    Cannock Churches, schools and charities

    in the north aisle may be the original stone. Other wall tablets commemorate William and Eleanor Alport (d. 1721 and 1730), founders of the Alport Trust; William Finney (d. 1743) and members of his family ( 1746-85 ); Moreton Walhouse

    Brewood Churches, schools and charities

    grant from Queen Anne 's Bounty at some time between 1718 and 1728 . 18 The incumbent benefits under the Alport Charity on condition of attending an annual service in Cannock parish church on the Feast of St. Barnabas (

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than a mile off. Shortly after eight o'clock on Monday morning, as soon as the gun and pistol establishment of Alport and Son, Patrick Street, in Cork, was opened, eight men rushed in, with re- volvers in hand, which they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    risky venture. Next we hear that the -River Bradford, after breaking through the roof of a dis. used mine at Alport in Derbyshire, is at present flowing underground until it joins the Derwent, and it is likely to do so, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contains T L Birmingham Notee and Querics. Registers of Aston-Juxta-Bliratinghsm. N Botes oE Middllemore and Alport, &C.c .. The agazluarney b ob d drect~ fro the Editor, care of a llought(n endjoya~liblishersBirmingham Ipot free 's. per annqumj f or f~rom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trade ~rcssh held3 yesterday, in the Lxhng seml Bo.h- r.S. I.. Alport., chairman of the Guardians of thu q, Proof lioeuse pre-sidrd ; and among thre-e present wore` MoIesr. If. Wilson. C. Cooper, E. wV Wilkinson, Yines ' TaeC. l'layfair, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Aliport fell off a wagon-load of hay and broke his right arm. The son of the man with whomr Alport lodges also broke his right arm throughI falling from a hayloft. I STOKE-ON-TRENT. SioP TmmFr.-At the Stipendiiry's Court, at Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WENSLEY, Sir Thomas (d.1403), of Wensley, Derbys.

    It is not clear when Wensley acquired a life interest in the Derbyshire manor of Harthill and a mill at Alport which belonged to Sir John Cockayne*, but the property was in his hands by 1383. The Cockaynes, too, were

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