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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Newchurch

    to Bacup in 1852 , also leads up the Irwell valley, sometimes on one side of the river and sometimes on the other; the stations are named Clough Fold , Waterfoot , Stacksteads and Bacup , the terminus. From Bacup

    Townships Lower Booths

    naturally follow the streams. One road leads eastwards from Haslingden through the south end of Rawtenstall along the Irwell to Bacup . This is crossed by one coming south from Bury and passing through Rawtenstall , Cons table Lee ,

    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr

    the only road is that from Bury to Rawtenstall and Bacup , which runs near the Irwell on the north-western side of the township. Near it runs the Bury and Bacup branch of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway . There

    Townships Hundersfield

    Walsden , and Todmorden ; also one at Portsmouth on the Burnley branch. The same company's line from Rochdale to Bacup crosses Wardleworth, and has a station so named. A large reservoir in Ramsden valley, Walsden , belongs to the

    Townships Spotland

    . One goes northward up the Spodden, through Broadley , Healey , Whitworth , Facit , and Shawforth , to Bacup ; it is lined with houses and factories almost all the way. The other goes west through Norden ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    holl deitlau as anrhydedd marwolion. Yr oedd plentyn yn siglo yr wythnos ddiweddaf ar denyn dillad, ar draws heol yn Bacup, pan y daeth dynes heibio, ac y torodd y llinyn, nies y disgynodd y creadur bach ar ei ben Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dylif, a cododd yr afonydd, a llwyr ddiaystriwyd symiau c mawrion o eiddo, a chollwyd amryw fywydau. y Yn nbref Bacup, yn swydd Lancaster, yr hon a 4 gynwys 20,000 o drigolion, gorlifodd yr Afon r Irwell nes gorchuddio rhai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn trAddodi pregethGymraeg i gynulleidfa lisog'yi' Rhyl : yr wythnos ddiwedda£. . Dychrynwyd trigolion, yn nghmylydogaetb eglwys St. , John, Bacup' foreu y I9eg cy sol, gan 'drwst-nawr a dieithrol, ac erbyn myned allarnac edrt&h o amugylkb canfyddwyd fod to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pwysig- rwydd at yr areithian a ddisgwylid yn Mid- lotbian. Ymdrinodd 1 chwestiwn Iwerddon yn benaf yn ei araith yn Bacup, dydd Gwener, ac yr oedd y cyfeiriad symI a wnaeth at lof- ruddiaeth ei frawd, Arglwydd F. Cavendisb, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clydach; M. H. Jones, Towyn, T. C. I. Jones, Carno; J. J. Morzan, Penygarn; E. 0. Roberts, a wi Llanfachreth Frank Snowden, Bacup; James Thomas, at I Rhydlewis; D. Williams, Dowlais; a W. P. Winter, Am Cheltenham. HU dG cddei Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 June 1789, 29 June 1789

    Cockßut Bridge, in the Town of Whailey; " and alfo the Road from Haflingden aforefaid; " through New Church and Bacup, to Todmorden ; and for making a Road from the faid Road between Bury « Hodie 2a vice lecla Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1789, 1 July 1789

    Cockjhut Bridge, in the Town of Whailey; and alfo the Road from Haßingden afore- ¥ faid, through New Church and Bacup, to Todmorden ; " and for making a Road front the faid Road between cc Bury and Haßingden, in Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1789, 6 July 1789

    Cockßut Bridge, in the Town of Whalley, " and alfo the Road from Haßingden aforefaid, through *' New Church and Bacup to todniorden ; and for making " a Road from the faid Road between Bury and Haßing~ " den, Subscribers-only content

    7 July 1789, 7 July 1789

    Cockjhui Bridge, " in the Town of Whalley; and alfo the Road from " Haßingden aforefaid, through New Church and Bacup, " to Todmorden ; and for making a Road from the faid " Road between Bury and Haßingden, in Subscribers-only content

    13 July 1789, 13 July 1789

    *c Bridge, in the Town of Whalley; and alfo fhe Road " from Hafiingden aforefaid, through New Church and " Bacup to Todmorden ; and for making a Road from " the faid Road between Bury and Hafiingden, in the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Roclyffe Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Yorkshire Street, Bacup, Lancashire, England 1930 Masonic Hall, Holmroyd, Bacup, Lancashire, England 1941

    Samaritan Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Devonshire Arms, Church Street, Keighley, Yorkshire 1792 House of Bro. C. Tatham, Keighley, Yorkshire 1799 Red Lion Inn, Manchester Road, Accrington, Lancashire 1814 Green Man Inn, Yorkshire Street, Bacup, Lancashire 1837

    Lodge of Harmony

    Lodge Number (1863): 288 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places The Angel Inn, Yorkshire Street, Bacup, Lancashire 1792 Black Dog Inn, Church Street, Newchurch, Lancashire 1795 Black Dog, Town Gate, Haslingden, Lancashire 1804 New Inn,

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

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    CHANC.CP.1851/2

    (Newchurch) : undefined Participant: John Maden [Maden] Role: appellate Details: male; Executor of the testator Location: Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): Bacup(Bacup) : undefined Notes: A distinct individual to John Maden, the appellant Participant: George Lawton [Lawton] Role: prosecution proctor Details:

    CONS.CP.1820/3

    Participant: Margaret Forster [Foster] Role: witness Details: female; 20; Wife of Thomas Forster, Officer of Excise Location: Lancashire Place(s): Bacup(Bacup) : undefined Participant: Elizabeth Waddington [Waddington] Role: witness Details: female; 21; Spinster Location: Rawmarsh (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stubbing (Stubbing) :

    TRANS.CP.1851/1

    John Maden [Maden] Role: appellant Details: male; Cousin German of Judith Tattersall Employment: Cotton Manufacturer Location: Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): Bacup(Bacup) : undefined Participant: Henry Maden [Maden] Role: appellant Details: male; Cousin German of Judith Tattersall Employment: Coal Merchant Location:

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 18 April 1831, 18 April 1831-18 April 1831

    thereunto subscribed: Ebenezer & Irwell Terrace Chapels, Bacup: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Baptist Churches and Congregations of Protestant Dissenters assembling at Ebenezer and Irwell Terrace Chapels, Bacup , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Monton:

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    County of Lincoln , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Bacup: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Methodist Chapel, Bacup , in the County of Lancaster , whose

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Bisthorpe; Hulver; Smallwood; Saul, Dursley; Reighton; Hadleigh; Cradley; Burringham; Hyde; Haxey; Burgh St. Peter's, Norfolk; Bierton; and Gunhouse. - Ferry; Bacup; Bodenham; Waterfall, Stafford; Kessingland; Trawden; Burton, & c.; West Rounton; Kirton Holme; Langton; Waltham; Wardle; Wellingore; Whiston; Droitwich; Kirton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOOTH, John I (d.1422), of Barton in Eccles, Lancs.

    made by Booth on his children, and had also, in 1418, guaranteed him as the farmer of crown estates in Bacup and Rossendale. Nor did he hesitate in calling upon the reciprocal services of his father-in-law as a mainpernor when

 

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