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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hulton

    formed the south-eastern projection. It comprised Sneyd Green , Birches Head , and part of Milton . This long tongue of land slopes down from an altitude of some 600 ft. around Sneyd Green and Birches Head to one of

    Burslem Buildings, manors and estates BURSLEM TOWN CENTRE c. 1960

    Burslem 1 and Sneyd, Cobridge (formerly the vill of Rushton Grange ), and 166 acres of the Sneyd Green portion of the lordship of Hulton, which were added to the borough in 1891 . 2 This area of 1,862 acres

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    the policing powers covered the townships of Burslem and Sneyd and the liberty of Rushton Grange but only the Sneyd Green portion of Abbey Hulton lordship; the commissioners could also insist on the paving of all new streets. They could

    Burslem Churches

    in the area, contributed generously out of the revenues of his rectory. 81 A parish consisting of Cobridge , Sneyd Green , and Abbey Hulton was created out of St. John's parish in 1844 . 82 The living, a perpetual

    Hanley Buildings, manors and estates HANLEY TOWN CENTER c. 1960

    Sneyd MSS., Sneyd Green Deeds; Adams , Adams Family , pedigree between pp. 60 and 61. Adams , Adams Family , pedigree between pp. 180 and 181; U.C.N.S., Sneyd MSS., Tunstall Deeds, Burslem Deeds, Hulton Deeds, Sneyd Green Deeds; Ward,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    couple of aliascs, was di n charged wvith breaking out of the house of James Slack, cl o labourer, Sneyd Green, on March 22.-On the previous a h nighlt ho begged for a lodging, end was allowved to sleop on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to bring the resolution before the Government and the Boundary Commissioners. Yesterday, at Hanley, a publican named SnvFyLrBoTH~A, of Sneyd Green, near Burslem, was summoned for allowing a raffle to take place on his premises. It appeared that a constable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greenwood) I lhe at Hanley, yesterday, Anson Shufflebothiam, landlord of P; the Bull's Read Inn, Sneyd Green, near Burstem, was Ily charged with a breach of the Lotteries Act, by unlawfully lit and knowingly sutfering and exposing to be drawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and feasting of cottagers, workmen, and others, with their families, ab. Keele, Silverdale, Chmesterton, Mlow Cop, Norton Bridge, and Sneyd Green. The guests at the hall include Lord Bagot, Lady Mary Howard. the Earl of Keismuare, Ludy Margaret Browne, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Sneyd Green, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly and assaulted Police-cons table Cox.-It was stated that en Monday evening the defendant was in a , state of intoxication, and creating a disturbance at Sneyd Green. The officer Subscribers-only content

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