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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Little and Darcy Lever

    Hospital in Durham . 19 Darcy Lever Hall was the seat of another family of the local surname; 20 one member of it was the founder or refounder of Bolton Grammar School. 21 DARCY LEVER OLD HALL stands 2 miles

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Alkrington

    without issue, Sir Darcy Lever claimed as brother and heir. John Andrews claimed as the heir of the Robert Lever of 1612. The marriage took place at Prestwich 3 May 1725 ; and Sir Darcy Lever was buried there on

    The parish of Bolton-le-Moors INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BOLTON

    Bolton ; Tonge -With-Haulgh; Sharples ; Little Lever ; Darcy Lever ; Breightmet ; Harwood ; Bradshaw ; Turton; Edgeworth ; Entwisle; Quarlton; Longworth ; Rivington ; Anglezarke; Blackrod ; Lostock The ancient parish of Bolton has an area of

    Townships Tonge -with-Haulgh

    same company's railway from Bolton to Bury crosses the southern end of Haulgh, and has a station there called Darcy Lever . The Bolton and Manchester Canal , begun in 1791 , starts in Haulgh at the border of Little

    Townships Ainsworth

    ; it is quite separated from Great Lever by the townships of Little Lever and Darcy Lever in Bolton , and from the rest of the parish by Radcliffe , and portions of Bury . It measures about 2 miles

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D Carle, Norwich, grocer. [Clarke & Medcalf, Lincoln's Inn fields. R. Todd, Cheltenham, builder. [Wilson, T'meple. J. S. Troutbeck, Darcy Lever, Lancashire, manufacturing chymist. [Blackstock and Co. Temple. J. Downs, West Retford, Nottinghamsh. grocer. [Bell, Bedford row. J. P. Mortimore, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    life at Paris by being run over by a car- riage. WILLIAM BOLLING, Esq., M.P., died at his residence, Darcy Lever, near Bolton, on Wednesday morning last. He was sixty-four years of age, and had for a week previous to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Post. EXTRAORDINABY SUICIDn AT DAncY LvEvn.-On FHi- day afternoon, Betty Pollitt, aged 32, wife of Miles Pollitt, coller, of Darcy Lever, near Bolton, cut her throat with a razor whilst in bed. Deceased had been confined about three weeks, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berry, Little Lever, brothers ; James, lialrsh, and Aaron Partington (brothers), and James, son of Ralph Partington, all of Darcy Lever - James folden, Darpy Lover, single;- Henry Aspinelt, Dsriy Lever, uer- iad '(two ohildren). We may mention that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was $400,000., and the property was bought in for' 45,000., over that amount. THE COLLIERY EXPLOSION NEAR BOLTON. Themenatthe Darcy Lever. 0Jollisry are still at work repairing the damage done by the eiplosion. Everything is in a state of confusion, Subscribers-only content

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