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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bury

    In 1867 they were the Times, Guardian , and Broadsheet . An early theatrical performance in a barn in Moss Lane in 1787 ended in the collapse of the building and death or injury to many of the spectators; Barton

    Harrow , including Pinner The growth of the hamlets HARROW-on-the- HILL c 1960

    ) and the Grange (formerly Rugby House ). 12 The junction of Church Lane , Nower Hill , and Moss Lane is marked by a small triangular green on which stands a Gothic drinking fountain erected in memory of W.A.

    Townships Lathom

    , and a new parish was formed in 1871 . 136 There are Wesleyan chapels at Hoscar Moss and Moss Lane , but the Independent chapel formerly at Ashbrow, Newburgh , has disappeared. Burscough Hall , now belonging to St.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . William Lloyd, Yaw., ; Trysorydd, Robert c Davies, Ysw., 3, Acomb Street; Yagrifenyddion, Yri. B D. Davies, 175, Moss Lane ; D. P. Frimston, 18, Cecil v Street, a John E. Parry, 6, (Grafton Street. Cafodd y b marched Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. H. Lloyd, St. Bee's-street. The Plinlimon 5 Stall, Ran Mrs. R. Ellis, Stretforderoad; Mrs. Wil- r lasms, Upper Moss Lane; M ors Edwards, Bradehaw- Y street; MNts. Ditton, Derby.street: MDrs. Thomas, s Wsrwickestreet, a Mrs. Hughes, Delhi Glrovs. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 7fed cyfisol, yn 31ain mlwydd oed, P Mrs. Ann Edwards, anwyl briod Mr. Hugh Edwards' rb 60, Bradshaw-etreet, Moss Lane, Manchester, ac yn ol tk ri dymaniad a roddwyd i orphwys yn mynwent capel y y -ethadistiad Calfinaidd, Llangoed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gweinidog y lle. JONES.-Ar yr l7eg cyfisol, yn 69 mlwydd oed, yn bur ddisymwth, yn ei breswylfod, 72, Beakley-street, Moss Lane, Manchester, Mr. John Pierce Jones, clockmoker, gynt o Ddolgellau, ac yn ddiweddarach a Aherystwyth. [HYSBYSIAD]. Y sydyn ymosodiad,-a distaw, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, BA., ar y ' Cofnod- ion o bregeth a draddodwyd ganddo, Ionawr 10fed, 1SS2." laf, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Moss Lane; 2il, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Fillowfield. 14. Cydgan, 'Yrmdaith Gwyr Harlech," gar y Kymric Choral Society. 15. Beirniadiaeth Ceiriog zc Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1619/2

    female; Wife of George Wallwork Location: Mill Houses (Milnhouses) : undefined Participant: WilliamCook [Cooke] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Moss Lane (Mosse Lane) : undefined Participant: JaneEckersall [Eckersall; Ecckersall] Alternate name: JaneDelahaye [Dillihey] Role: appellate Details: female; Widow; now wife

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