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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Prescot Introduction, church and charities

    and Whiston ; Mary Cross £50 to the poor of Prescot , Eccleston , and Rainhill ; and Eleanor Eccleston £100 to the poor. These charities, with the exception of the Prescot third of Mary Cross 's gift, had been

    Townships Ribbleton

    936 in 1901 . This refers principally to the part of Ribbleton now in the borough. The founder was Mary Cross , the late Archdeacon Rawstorne contributing. It depends partly on voluntary contributions. Lancs . and Ches. Antiq. Soc .

    Townships Myerscough

    Old House at Badsberry was in 1718 bequeathed by John Cross to endow a school at Bilsborrow . 44 Mary Cross of Myerscough in 1889 founded a charity for the poor. 45 Midghalgh was early in the I8th century owned

    The parish of Preston PRESTON

    d ., is given to assist prisoners discharged from Preston Gaol, usually by gifts of clothing or travelling expenses. Mary Cross in 1889 gave £600, now producing £17 14 s . a year, for the poor of the borough; the

  • * British History Online *

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    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1738-9 (nos 249-315)

    : Jos h : Hodges & Mary Cross for assaulting her & beating her. On her Oath made a Warr t : for them. Friday, 21 September 1739 Jos: Hodges & Mary Cross bro t : in Cust : of


    "Alice Palladaye, widow, aged 114 years, buried Mar. 25, 1622." "Mr. Thomas Tayer, aged 101, buried Dec. 30, 1653." "Mary Cross, widow, aged 102 years, buried Aug. 5, 1760." "Henry Smith, Esq. was buried the 14th day of Feb. 1627

    America and West Indies, September 1699, 1-15, 01 September 1699-30 September 1699

    Mr. Dellius and omitting to pray for the Governor. 2 pp. Same endorsement . 771. IV . Deposition of Mary Cross of Boston. About 12 months since at Braintry, Mr. Vesey baptised the children of Josiah Owen, who had married

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in which he stated that the will of his sister Harriet was a forgery; that the two attesting witnesses, Mary Cross and Maria Louisa Cross, had told him that they had signed it after the death of Harriet, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sick parishioner. , , An extensieo Beistur of wines, &c., was recently made at a private house kept by Mary Cross, a widow, 47, Hey- Wood Street, MAun hester. The' womannwas charged-with the offence at the Manchester City olite court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY A DoaToR.-The Itrial of TT Dr. Philip Cross, of Dripsey, on a charge of having murdered his wife, Mary Cross, wvas commenced at the .- Muinster Assizes, at Cork, yesterday. The Attorney- aall rGeneral for Ireland opened the case Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dody of Annie Butler (18), domestic servant, at the time of her - death in the emnpny of Mrs. 'Mary Cross, of 68, Barker Street.-On Moiiday morning last Alrs Cross went down the garden about one o'clock, and when she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    passes is above the average. Amongst those who gained certificates were Olive Charlotte Barneby, Lawn- side, Great Malvern; Sophia Mary Cross, Edith Catherine Lear, and Emily Margaret Talbot, all of Hazel Bank, Malvern. VoauNT=B DIcoRATioNs.-The London GCaude con- tains the Subscribers-only content

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