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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Baddesley Clinton BADDESLEY CLINTON HALL

    the 16th century and the southern two are of square framing. All the windows and the doorway to the Little Hall are of 18th-century and later date. The middle window of the three to the Great Hall was formerly a

    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    Bickerstaffe during his life 'by the courtesy of England .' 33 Margaret Stanley married in 1563 Henry Stanley of Little Hall in Aughton and Cross Hall in Lathom . He was a younger son of Sir James Stanley , marshal

    Langham Economic history

    Worcester Pearmain cross in Moor Road produced the widely grown Discovery apple sold from 1962. 49 Potatoes grown at Little Hall farm were sold at Smithfield market in 1965 . 50 Langham Lodge , a dairy farm before 1988 ,

    Heslington HESLINGTON c. 1850

    all of brown brick and low profile, and a few larger houses set back behind gardens. The latter include Little Hall , which has a plaster ceiling dated 1734, Moor Hall , which is mid-18th-century in date but was refronted

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    434 Linacre ( Bootle ), 33 Litherland ( Sefton ), (t) 95, (m) 95 Litherland ( Aughton ), 292 Little Hall ( Aughton ), 300 Lunt , 75 Lydiate , (t) 200, (m) 201 Maghull , (t) 215, (m) 215

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WALSII BtARRY RIsd 'TssOes.s I oDdis, 13ristol, builiers. JOHIN BENJAMIX SMsrTs, ltedsinniStr, Bristol, rope and twino mlntssensteetror. DAvID l)&vss:s, Little Hall, near Llandovcry, Carnarvon, miller, Wms. JoNs c.i, lossnt Plensant Street, Trecynon, Aberdare, Glamssrgan, grs;er. JioescLss Itossecvss and RtIlsCAnD J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWARD CoorpR, The Leasooaes, Tasley, Shropshire, farmer and cattle dealer. ILSeA HuLmE, Little Hall, CIUn, Salop, farmer. WILLIrA DAvcse, Steelhouse Lane and Waleall Street, Wolverhatmlptof, grocer. TuOMAS TAYt.ois. Stasion Road, Tunstell, booitidealer. PFaxco TSIonMAs Roee, Moseley Road, Birmingabm, tobimo. <Groan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llHtcc,' formoerly ~Upper Birchtwood Farma, near i Alfieton, nowEligha,. nearrAltreton, labournr.lattfarmer. l- Joetelessor, Lee'Green, irtisid, lYorkshire, grccer. St~oeens Huasan, Little Hall, Cino, 5slop, farmner. i -.Sensc -Aaxtmos, Hiigh Street, Goldeablul, Staffordshire, ibutcher- * i -H. Honososec. nOw Gordon Street, Burslem, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new occupied by Anthony Downilaii. Lot 15. Three Closes of Freehold Laud, slktuate InI Nether Keller, riear Ltuncaster, called Little Hall Field, Iitnike, cud rtse Allotment, containing together Fifteen Acres or thereabouts, now occupied by Itobert Suminer, - *Lot IO. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Ainthony Dowcchaiii~ - - Lot 2. Three Closes of Freehold Land, situate In -Nether Kiellet, nlear Lacanstecr, called Little Hall Field, Inctako, acid the Allothieict, coiiatriniiig togetlier Fifteen Acres or -thereabouts, now occupied by Rtobert Surmn er, LtUA oat Subscribers-only content

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