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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Dilworth

    a Sunday service in 1888 . 32 The Congregationalists began to hold meetings in 1860 , the minister of Knowl Green leading; the chapel was built in 1865 . 33 The Roman Catholic church of St. Wilfrid was opened in

    Townships Ribchester

    river about a mile away, northward to join the road from Longridge to Mitton , near the hamlet of Knowl Green , and northwestward to join the same road nearer Longridge . Buckley is central. Few relics of the Roman

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pigeons- Mr, E1nech Httilon, Colunebarien House, Pudtyv; Mr. SN. Gaminl, Cheater; anei Mr.J. Hawmley, Girlington,Bradforil. lmplenuante-M1r. J. F. Crowther, Knowl Green, Mirtleld; end Mri. John Snaith. Lower Crow Nest, Halifax. fleets, better, and eggs-Mr. Janrice Miltchieli, Conamon Woaeri, Hipperholmeis; end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30, July 24, Aug. 7, at the George Inn, Liverpool. Solicitors, M essrs. Lowe & North, Liverpool. J. Driver, Knowl Green, Lancashire, cotton-spinner, July 19, 21, Aug. 7, at the Old Bull Inn, Blackburn. Solicitor, Mr. W;ilkinson, Blackburn. C. Crooke, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prime of life, John, eldest son of the late John Manby, Esq., of Liverpool. On the 6th inst., at Knowl Green, near Ribchester, after a short illness, Mr. .lames Bond, cottou spinner, youngest son of the late M r. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    County Petty Raw Minna. Before W. Hools, Esq. - John Me. Cloud, far hawking pots without a hosnse at Knowl Green, KTl.oli<»s,f>r. »«< committed for seven oays. There wer»» previonx conviction-; against him. MONDAY. Before Alderman Sad J. Johnston, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Blackburn), a R Antliffe (Accring- ton), Thomas Earfoot (Church), J. Preston (Great Har- wood), J. Reed (Burnley), Giles Scott (Knowl Green, near Preston), J. Stroyan (Burnley), E. Gough (Barrow- ford), A. Somerville (Chorley). The proceedings having been opened by devotional Subscribers-only content

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