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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ardeley

    making of malt.' 8 Chief among these were the Halfhide family, members of which lived at Gardner's End, 9 Moor Green 10 and Wood End , 11 and the Shotbolt family which occupied the tenement called 'Cowherds' or ' Cowards

    West Derby hundred The City of Liverpool

    At the inner or north-eastern end of the Pool there was a stretch of wet ground known as the Moor Green ; the path which led to it from the village (the modern Tithebarn Street ) was known as Moor

    Economic and Social History Mills RIVERS

    C. Clifford and Sons, metal-rollers and tube-makers, 84 who were still in occupation in 1957 . 85 MOOR GREEN MILL . Moor Green , or Farmon's Mill, and its pool, lay on the east of the Rea just above the

    Liverpool The castle and development of the town

    to Sir William Molyneux at a rental of 6 s . a few roods of waste land beside the Moor Green , for the erection of a tithebarn to hold the tithes of Walton Church , which belonged to the

    Religious History Churches built since 1800

    . 52 34. CHRIST CHURCH , Yardley Wood (School Rd.), was built and endowed by Miss Sarah Taylor of Moor Green , and wa s consecrated in 1849 . Designed by A. E. Perkins , it is a cruciform building

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .09e,1 (OB (chmostnut), 15.1, rising 4; quiet to rids and drive. rrice 40go T CJiulons,.-Apply, before O 10a~m., Coacehmann "Moor Green S1Tall, Birmingham. e092 CloB tatronel. good-ioohbng, darke-browool 5 years, 14.2.; quettoA r Jride ordrive. Sound, and noitablo for an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hobuse, the Cats residence of J.,Jaffrey., Eeq. ; raud at the back chaurming views of or at Mossele anti Moor Green are ohbtaineti. p ;O Th rpryi oshl ne adCihrefor a term having NOT id egt-x eo nxa-t t2hSetme,18720, end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m( SOC!ETY.-The third annual fiower show of this society is oca anrrunced to take place ins the grounds of Moor Green th, l1ll, by thce 1;id permission of Mr. Arthur Chamberlain, by sr Ironlady next. ST, BA.NABAS'S GARDEN SAuL.-The amount Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annuasl flower show )n' connection with thiq 1, )society wvas held yesterday, in thle grounds of Moor Green Gri, I Hall, kindly placed at the disposal of the committee by Ha AiMr. Arthur Chamberlatirs In point of quality tho exhibits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B3RINDLED BIKQUARRIES, Ao., &a. 809 13Y T S. FALLOWS, THIS DAY (Monday), uft 4, E at- Da~d` -Lsme Farm, Moor Green, Mossley-threo Risks of 9A4&EDOW HAY. ' 810 Thho tplanda. Hensodwortle, Birmingham, one rolls and a half. from Hludsweoth .Station Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 9 November 1830, 09 November 1830-09 November 1830

    Northampton , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Moor Green: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters of the Independent Denomination, and others, of Moor Green and its Vicinity, in the County of Nottingham

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Scaleby; Hutton Scough; Keswick; and Bolton. - Quakers, Chesterfield; Ilkiston; Turnditch; Derby; Kingsthorpe; Northampton; Thrapston; Milton; Blisworth; Towcester; Northampton; Moor Green; Little Brington; Leek; Sandon; Newcastleunder-Lyme; Betley; Breadsall; Seven Incorporated Trades, Aberdeen; Fisherton Anger; New Sarum; West and East Grinstead;

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