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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chapple Nonconformity

    the parish until a Congregational mission room was opened at Rose Green in 1901 . 52 It remained open as a United Reformed church in 1999 . E.R.O., Q/CR 3/1/88 ; ibid. Temp. Acc. C280 (uncat.); O.S. Map 1/2,500, Essex

    Chappel Introduction Chappel c. 1810

    a 17th-century stable, to the east, was enlarged by the addition of an upper floor for a granary. At Rose Green (earlier Bots Tye ), on the Colchester road , where there had been houses from the 14th century or

    Chapple Econmic History

    Joseph a brick- layer. In 1891 there were 2 builders (one of them the younger Joseph Beard ) at Rose Green , and 2 bricklayers and 3 carpenters elsewhere in the parish. In 1898 Beard's buildings included a sawmill. In

    Parishes Balsham Balsham , 1617

    1948 it built another small estate on the West Wickham road , in an area which had been called Rose Green . In 1960 another council estate was built on the opposite side of the road, slightly nearer the centre

    Townships Worsley

    begun in 1861 , has stations at Worsley and Ellenbrook ; from it the Bolton line branches off at Rose Green , with a station at Walkden . There is also a single-line branch from Eccles t o Clifton through

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Temple Street, Bristol, wvholcsale cabinet manufacturers, trading as "J. Snary and Co.," the eaid J. Snary residing at Rose Green, St. Georgea', Gloucestershiro, and the said D. Morgan residing and carrying en business at Peutre Ystrad, near Pontypridd, grocer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Satur- day suffermg from severe burns. Two children, William Ingram (4), whose parents live in Barber Street, and Rose Green (7), of 22, Great Tyndall Street, were WLoO admitted on the same day, having been run over whilst playing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    July 25th, 1879, with codicils made the 24th 'May. 1881, and 25th Sehp- tember, 1893, of Mr. Edward Montagus Rose Green fl Enmuoct-Ra-wdon. of Raw-don Grange, who died at ] Adelaide on the 9th February, aged 38 years. only I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rodley. nea-r Leeds. She lived alone, and witness never heard thar .he was married, but that she had mcans. Rose Green, of 90, Arlington-road, Oamden Town, said ltthe deceased was a widow. She had been married to a medical student Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jorar-uL EMIGRATION TO SOUT-r AMERICA.-On Tuesday morn- ing, about one huandledmen, women, and,children, priilci- pally from the neigiiiocirhoo(l of Rose Green and New Inn, in the county of Tippenray, left this city, on board the Gipsey, stealner 'forbeLiveipool, whence they Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    Bristol , and afterwards to about one thousand five hundred in Kingswood ; and in the after¬ noon at Rose Green to about five thousand. On the Tuesday, by desire, he preached at Bath to about a thousand, and again Subscribers-only content

    Evils of the state of Ireland: their causes, and their remedy - a poor law, 1835

    party of men who had collected to resist him. In June 1834 , Lord Mountcashel ejected several tenants at Rose Green , and several of them re-entered and took forcible possession. At Clonhaleigh Mr Cooke ejected a tenant, and set Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    Bristol , and afterwards to about one thousand five hundred in Kingswood ; and in the after¬ noon at Rose Green to about five thousand. On the Tuesday, by desire, he preached at Bath to about a thousand, and again Subscribers-only content

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