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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ely Hundred Downham Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    Railways, constructed in 1846 , 2 crosses the parish from s outh-east to north-west and has a station at Black Bank (formerly named Downham ), about a mile north-east of the village. The Old Bedford River forms the north-west boundary

    Outlying townships Weel Weel in the early 17th century

    the mid 17th century. 12 Improvements to the drainage of neighbouring Wawne c . 1675 included the building of Black Bank along the southern boundary of Weel . 13 By the drainage award of 1775 as many as 753 a.

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    It is a large red-brick building and is now in use as a school kitchen. BLACK BANK. A Primitive Methodist chapel at Black Bank was registered for worship in 1861 . 269 The registration was cancelled in 1940 . 270

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Schools and charities

    C.E.V.P. and Silverdale C.E.V.P. Schools and Silverdale C.P. School. Erected 1932, extended 1936, 1949. Knutton Temporary Council School, 82 Black Bank Rd., Knutton 1913 Took infants of Knutton C.E.V.P. School 1913. Closed 1914 and pupils transferred to Knutton C.P. School.


    (fl. 1850), 153 Bishop and Stonier , potters, 165 Bishton , in Colwich , 250 Black , Mischa, 106 Black Bank , in Wolstanton , 62 Blackwell fam ., 137 Blake Hall , 329 Blithe , riv., 264 Blomer ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: MaryMaud [Mawde] Role: witness Details: female; 46; Wife of Isaac Maud Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Black Bank (Black Bancke) : undefined Participant: RichardDickson [Discon; Dixon] Role: testator Details: male; 30 Employment: Cloth dresser Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding)


    undefined Location: York (York) : city Location: Carr Hill Close (Carr Hill Close) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Black Bank(Black Bank) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bowthorpe (Bowthorpe) : undefined Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):


    in mora iuxta grangiam ) : fieldname Location: Hawkshead (Lancashire) Place(s): Newby (Neuby) : fieldname Location: Hawkshead (Lancashire) Place(s): Black Bank (le Blackebank, Blaykbank) : undefined Spelling modernised Location: Langthorne (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Langthorne (Langthang, Langthwang') : ecclesiastical parish Location: Dereloght


    Place(s): Leeds (Leeds) : undefined Participant: Thomas Cooper [Cooper] Role: witness Details: male; 34; husbandman Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Black Bank (Black Banke) : undefined Participant: Francis Parker [Parker] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: notary public Participant: Thomas Squire

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Books, July 1715, 1-5, 01 July 1715-05 July 1715

    of Horse. Ballyconnel, Belcoe: each half Company of Foot. Ballyshannon: one Company of Foot. Belfast: two Companies of Foot. Black Bank: half Company of Foot. Cavan: one Troop of Horse. Clonawley: half Company of Foot Culmore: one Company of Foot.

    Index, B, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    516. -, Jean, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429. -, Robert, appointed Salt Duty officer in Kirkcaldy collection, 503. Black Bank , Ulster, barracks at, maintenance of, 608. Black Rod , Gentleman Usher. See Oldes, Sir W. Black Torrington ,

    Index, B, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Linc., p. 559. Bitterley , Salop, g. 831 (5). Biuzzo , , 544 (p. 247). Blachenton . See Blatchington. Black Bank , on the West Borders, 198. Blackbourne hundred , Suff., g. 436 (75). Blackburgh (Blakeborough) priory (supp.) , in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Shadows " of " Coming Events." The Finery of War. Personal Recollections of the late William Hazlitt. The Black Bank Notes. A Few Words on Early Shop-Shotting. Address to the Fountains in Trafalgar Square. The Hedgehog Letters. Jan uary. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dockerty (57), a rag- 'I gatherer.-The evidence showed that the man staggered b into the Jovial Calliers' Inn, at Black Bank. in no miserable condition, wet and exhausted. A place at the f fire was at once given up to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FA~~~~~~~~~~~~I# JL 111 .. 1lDUVATI ~t. aii Vjitation'" it Clamserai or -C0 erciatl with *Qfta rue3l1 u iee aandi Moral. there areat presenta Frpneh T~d Dn i~e %stiti by of Ierntnen o adap , O ,h4iee luaell ;ndtpeaSod "llrlstratkorai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such other Lotr em shall be then agreed upon: , Lot I. A CLOSE of LAND desirably situate at Black Bank, adjoining the Road lending to York, . with a Rivulet at the Bottom, called Pease Closes con- tainiog 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such other Loht as ehsil be then agreed upoe: Lot I. A CLOSE of LAND desirably siurte OAt el Black Bank, adjoininrg the Road lrading to York, s with a Rivulet at the Bottom, called Paose Close, con- ot ti.Dinig Subscribers-only content

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