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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wellington Local government Wellington Urban District

    colliers. 35 The parish was in Wellington poor-law union 1836-1930 . 36 In 1797 37 the workhouse moved from Street Lane 38 to the south side of Walker Street . 39 The guardians kept and enlarged the Walker Street premises

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Alkrington

    of Lords in 1736 -7. It appeared that John Hunt of Manchester had in 1612 leased premises in Market Street Lane , Manchester , for 120 years to Robert Lever of Darcy Lever , clothier, who left it to his

    Wellington Protestant nonconformity

    Muslims for a mosque. 64 Outside the coalfield townships there were, besides the Wellington chapel, Primitive Methodist societies at Street Lane and Arleston (by 1834 ), 65 New Works (by 1837 ), 66 Watling Street (from 1838), Aston (from 1840),

    Parishes Sedgehill

    was being refitted. South-east of it, Berrybrook, earlier Whitemarsh, Farm is an 18th-century house of grey stone. South of Street Lane part of Keepings Farm, apparently of the later 18th century, was incorporated in the early 19th century as the

    Wellington Growth of settlement Wellington street plan c. 1300

    there were small separate settlements by the late 17th century on Back Lane 6 (the central part) 7 and Street Lane 8 (i.e. the Watling Street from Haygate to Wrekin Road). 9 By the 1750s another settlement, called Watling Street

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

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    CP.I.1652

    Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: GeorgeGranger [Grainger; Grange] Role: defendant Details: female; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Street Lane(Street Lane) : undefined Participant: JohnClough [Clough] Role: defence proctor Details: male Participant: JohnScott [Scott] Role: witness Details: male; 62;

    CP.I.1650

    Fox (Stone Fox) : undefined Participant: JohnBeecroft [Beecroft] Role: witness Details: male; 72; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Street Lane(Street Lane) : undefined Participant: RobertJob [Jubb] Role: witness Details: male; 69; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bewerley (Buerley) :

    CP.I.1651

    Ford (Stone Ford) : undefined Participant: JohnBeecroft [Beecroft] Role: witness Details: male; 72; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Street Lane(Street Lane) : undefined Participant: RobertJob [Jubb] Role: witness Details: male; 69; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bewerley (Buerley, Bewerley)

    CP.I.1653

    Ford (Stone Ford) : undefined Participant: JohnBeecroft [Beecroft] Role: witness Details: male; 72; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Street Lane(Street Lane) : undefined Participant: RobertJob [Jubb] Role: witness Details: male; 69; Yeoman Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bewerley (Buerley, Bewerley)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the esltOu v, William Davis, the Alayor of Haverforlivest, l sinking a well in a field in Shtst Street Lane. 0tt. their work last Friday they haod sunk to about titV:tY feet, and there was at the time about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at County Court, Derby. Joust lfuvais, Sen., Brinklow, labourer, September 4, at 11, at County Court, Rugby. JousN WALLADOR, Street Lane, Wellington, innkeeper, August 31, at 10, at County Court, Wellington. JONsATUAN GIurEN WULLJAass, New Street, Worcester, tobacco- nist, September Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was in. correct in so far that Mr. Roberts is not dead. He was found on Saturday evening in Street Lane, a village near the Wrekin, bleeding profusely from a wound, the natures of which was so ueculiar that it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daily Post. 037341 HABE (god).Slvrer-plalle Worker Plater and Gilder, ho W te.Apply to Wf. Crichton ana Son, N.W. Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh. 033170 1'O1ITOISERHL oligEfe-gls te-Wne.ago T5.Werkman I~n Eth~eialwbovlrge.-&py_ saigwae atewt sampleorworkt A. Lowe, 23, WdeLo tet ihpgt Street, Lnon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way to Alfreton, 'but they had previously said they were going to, Mansfield. John, Pslfloynran, a Collier, residing at Street Lane, Ripley, deposed. that on the morning -of the Okh of Augustt he was at the Green Man. publlo-huume, Heage, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    or Place be out of the said Bills of Mortality that in that Case it shall and may be lawfull for the said Justices of Peace to cause the said other Part or Side of the said Street Lane

    British History Online

    to be throwne cast or laid any Sea-coal ashes dust dirt or other fifth or annoyance in any open Street Lane or Alley within the said Cities or places aforesaid before or against his her or theire owne dwelling Houses

    Sessions, 1617, 2 and 3 October, 01 July 1617-26 September 1617

    for entertaining evil people in his house. Thomas Sheppard of Kingsbury for not scouring a ditch lying in Samon Street Lane in the said parish. Pledged for a fine on 18 May, 1618. Thomas Scudamore of the same, gentleman, for

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