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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Everton

    the Beacon stood, destroyed by a gale in 1803 , and then dividing, down the hill to Kirkdale and to Anfield ; 4 and south to Low Hill ; this road remains one of the main thoroughfares of Everton ,

    Parishes Hursley

    In later days the parsonage-house and the great tithes were purchased by the Heathcote family. AMPFIELD AMPFIELD (Annfelde, xiv cent.; Anfield xvi and xvii cent.), civil parish, was created out of Hursley parish in 1894 . Before this time it

    Townships Walton

    the southern border from north-west to south-east are the districts called Spellow, Anfield , Walton Breck , and Newsham ; these are often regarded and named as Anfield . The natural features of the township have long since been obscured

    Parishes Stanton St . Quintin

    Cowsley and Anfield , 86 a., and c . 250 a. of closes, most of which were pasture. 132 In the 17th century two sheep for each acre held could usually be fed on the open fields. 133 Anfield was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyr rr darllenwyr y GOLEUAD yn amgen. Ond i ddychwelyd s at gladdedigaeth y pymtheg fu farw: claddwyd tri yn Anfield, a'r deuddeg arall yn nghladdfa y Pabyddion, yn o Ford. Yr oedd yr boll drefniadaui tan arolygiaeth J. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    harddaf ac iachat a ellid gael o ran ei safie. Mae mewn Ile dymunol iawn, ar yr ochr dde-orllewinol i Anfield Cemetry, ac yn sefyll ar lechwedd bryn, (ac yn ol ysgrif yn y Mer- cury ddoe, mi welweh bob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dystio ei foed yn myned i'rnafoedd, at yrhwnyr oedd wedi ymddiried ei aehos iddo. Clacdwyd of y dydd ealyol yn Anfield Cemetry. Yr Arglwydd -agsIa ae a nertho as nens trallodus yn en profedigaethlam. . Ar Y 9fed cydsol, ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miwydd oed, Owen Roberts, Ysw., Everton Valley, Lerpwl, a Bryn Neuadd, Cemaes, 'Moo; at a gladdwyd ar y 24ain yn 'Anfield Cemetery.' Gweinyddwyd ar yr achlysur yn nghapel Bethlehem, Netberfield Road, ac ar Ian y bedd, gan y Parchn. Joseph Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    83, Spencer-street - Mr William Prythereh, 29, Devonshire Place Mr Samuel Roberts, Holly Bank, Garston Mr Robert Roberts, Bronte Cottage, Anfield Arianscyr. Y North and South Wales Bank. C PR mwyn rhoddi byr olwg ar sefyllfa y Gym- I-D deithas Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Anfield Priory Lodge

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Assembly Rooms, Oakfiled, Anfield, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1919 St. Simon and St. Jude Parochial Hall, Anfield Road, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 1921 Presbyterian Church Hall, Queen's Road, Liverpool, Lancashire, England

  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda

    read O'Nnilles [O'Neills ] . " 221. No. 270. Qu . Feb. 16. " 221. No. 271. Refers to some earlier embassage. " 358. Last line: insert was after he. " 667. No. 750, line 17: for Anfield read Aufield. Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, May 1593, 01 May 1593-31 May 1593

    . Henry Wiglesworth, Edward Johnes, William Powell, James Fairfax, William Boyer, James Burrell, Peter Warde, John Tompkins, Edwarde Halle, Thomas Anfield, James Lanye, Thomas Woddrington, William Briddyman, Richard Crowe, Christopher Sheperson, James Cookeson, Raphe Chambers, Henry Thwaites, Thomas Fennick, Richard Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    (6th Sept. 1586), 697; examination of, 698. Bondye : 228. Bonruam , : Walsingham's servant, 201. Bookes , A.: with Anfield, 667. Bordeaux : 432; 464; 478. Borders , the: commission to meet on, 7; 8; 10; 39; 71; 122; Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, A

    293, 300. -, Sir Mathew, lease of the hundred of Mere, 123, 186. Andrum [Ardrum ] , co. Cork, 380. Anfield , co. York, 202. Angle , Anthony, proclamation reward for, 373. Anglesey , county of, 425; Justices of, 75.

    Elizabeth, September 1586, 01 September 1586-30 September 1586

    them that have been furtherers of the attempts, as at home. A.D. 1585. 1. In October last was twelve months, Anfield, a notorious traitor then living, informed D[avid ] A[llen ] and the D[uke ] of G[uise ] that he Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 1760

    sqr Kenton Park St. George Street Palace yd: Forty Hill Genr. at Wm. Cookes Deputy Lieutenants Osterly House Sackville Street Anfield Mincing Lane John Fielding John Cox Theodore Sydenham Justices To meet at St. James Coffee house on Wednesday the

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