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    undefined Cannot identify more precisely. Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Lower Withington (Withington) : township Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Mottram St Andrew (Mottram in Andrew) : undefined Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Foxtwist (Foxnest) : undefined Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Newton in Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    CALVELEY, Hugh (d.1393), of Calveley and Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire.

    Calveley and Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Rutland 1385 Rutland Jan. 1390 Biography The subject of this biography came of a long-established Cheshire family, which numbered among its members two of the most celebrated English commanders of the Hundred History of Parliament

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    Prescott, MJL, Captain James F. Street Royal ArWlery.to Julia Catherine, youngest daughter of the Bey. H. Wnght of Mottram St Andrew, in the county of Chester. On the 14th instant, at Glasgow, by the Bey. Dr. King, William Bingham, Esq, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Chelford, 313 ; F-llibroome, 35; Great Warford, 351; Henbary-cuu--Pex.il, 431 ; Lower Withingtoa. 582 ; M_rton, 30i ; Mottram St Andrew, 365 ; Nether Alderley, 573; Newton, 78; Old Withington. 15".; Over Alilerley. 399 ; Prestbury, 292; Siddington, 406; Snelson, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    being farmers, for the longest time, £s- Richard Johnson, Eddisbury. To the second ditto, £2 - Henry Derbyshire, Mottram, St Andrew. BANDRY. MALE AND FEMALE SERVANTS IN HUS- To the male hired servant who hss continued the greatest length of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    (Northwich), Beeston Castle, Halton Hill, Audlem, Hazel Grove (near Stockport), 'Toft' (Bexton), 'The Warcroft' (Middlewich), Heswall, West Kirby, Mottram St Andrew, Mow Cop, Stonyfold Hill (Bosley), FrodBham, Winnington, Water Tower Hill (Winsford), Tower Hill (Cholmondeley Castle), WillaBton-in-Wirral, Siddington, Knutsford* Helsby Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    county (Lieut.-Coi. J. H. Bamersley) i nforms us that the three animals affected with foot- and-mouth disease at Mottram St Andrew have recovered, and tbat there are no fresh cases. Capes of sheep scab remain as last week, namely, 29 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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