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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Kinghts Templar The preceptory of Keele

    estates in 1327 : S.H.C . 1913, 3. During this period the rents in Nantwich were evidently lost. Rents in Balterley (in Barthomley ) occur by 1352 : Univ. of Keele , Sneyd MSS., S. 2/44. Univ. of Keele ,

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Trentham

    Trentham with its dependencies was placed first among the priory's possessions; these dependencies included Barlaston , Betley , half of Balterley , and Newcastle-under-Lyme . The priory also held the 100 s . worth of land in the pa rish

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WOOD, George (by 1526-58), of the Inner Temple, London and Balterley, Staffs.

    the Inner Temple, London and Balterley, Staffs. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1547 Ofifces Held Steward, reader’s dinner, I. Temple 1548, bencher by 20 Nov. 1552, attendant upon reader 1554, auditor for treasurer 1550-4, Summer reader 1555, Lent 1556. Ofifces Held Serjeant-at-law

    THICKNESSE, Ralph (1768-1842), of Beech Hill, nr. Wigan, Lancs.

    Staffordshire in the thirteenth century. They acquired a property at Balterley, about six miles away, and supplied Members for the borough in the late fourteenth century. Ralph Thicknesse of Balterley (b.?1663), a non-juror, married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Thomas

    HOUGH, Ralph, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs.

    of 1409, Richard and Joan Thickness settled the remainder of their property in the Staffordshire villages of Audley, Betley and Balterley, first upon his daughter, Ellen, and then, in default of her issue, upon him and his wife. It is

    BLOUNT, John II (aft.1345-1425), of Sodington, Worcs.

    long survive, soon leaving the inheritance to young John. By settlements made in 1356 John had already obtained lands in Balterley, Biddulph, Fenton and Ramshorn, Staffordshire, from his aunt Margery (widow of William, Lord Blount and at that time the

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, April 1515, 16-30, 01 April 1515-30 April 1515

    VIII. p . 1, m . 9 d . 364 . REVERSALS OF OUTLAWRY FOR DEBT. For Ralph Thekknesse of Balterley, Staff., Rob. Hardy of Bergham, Suff., receiver for Sir Ph. Bothe, John Sysson of Hesyll, Kingston-on-Hull, Ric. Stane, of

    Index, B, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    John, protection, 4311. Ballyhak , in Ireland, 3853. Ballyndryname , in dioc. Lismore, 998. Baltasar , , minstrel, p. 1444. Balterley , Staff., 364. Balthasar , Pope's orator, p. 1468; Bp. Theatinus. -, master of the Chamber to Maximilian, 2997.

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    26, Madeley (Harry Broke) 55, Whitmore and Hanchurch (Geo. Walker) 57, Barleston 37, Almyngton, Halez and Blore 22, Betteley and Balterley (Wm. Eggerton) 48, Byddulf (Ric. Byddell) 31, Fulford and Gret Fenton 44, Tunstall 31, Handeley 9. "Memorandum, that in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1766, 6 May 1766

    to Chefier near the Town of Namptwich " in the County of Chefier; and from Cheflerton, through " Audley and Balterley, to Gborfly Hill;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read the Firft Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee appointed to inspect and consider the Returns made by the Overseers of the Poor, in pursuance of Act of last Session:- Together with Abstracts of the said Returns. . Report..., 15 May 1777

    - - - 121 17 2 .—. — — 131 8 11 9 9 ~ 1 5 3 — .—- Balterley - - 33 14 — — ,— —_ 35 8 — 2 10 — 2 4 6 -__ _— Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1766, 14 April 1766

    Deaa and Chapter of Canterbury's Eftate." A Petition of the feveral Inhabitants of the Parimes of Betlcy, Cheflerton, Audley, and Balterley, in the County* of Stafford, was prefented to the Houfe, and read; Setting forth, That the Petitioners perceive, by Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1766, 16 April 1766

    of Newcaßle under Line aforefaid; and alfo the Petition of feveral Inhabitants of the Pariflies of Betley, Chefierlon, Audley, and Balterley, in the County of Stafford; were referred; That theCommittee had exa¬ mined the Matters of the faid Petitions ; Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1766, 9 May 1766

    to Chefier, near the Town of Nampt- zvich, in the County of Chefier, and from Chefier ton, through Audley and Balterley, to Ghorfiy Hill, without any Amendment: And alfo, The Lords have agreed to the Bill, intituled, An Aft for Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cester, Berkshire, Hants, Surrey, Oxford, Buckingham, Hertford, Bedford, Northampton and Huntingdon- first prize, 1lp. Ms., to Mr. J. S. Billington, Balterley Farm, Crewe, average 'weight per acre of five statute acres, 49 tons 1 cwt. I qr. 20lb. ; second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his apprenticeship at the Soho Foundry of Messrs Bolton and Watt at Birmingham. He then became chief engineer at the Balterley Iron Works, and there commenced that career as a marine engine maker which, continued and extended under the names Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYDIi, t'NO'VEL PoAcIcING UASE--Yeeterdasy afternoon, at the 1Y County Police Court-Mr. T. F. Twermlow -in the chair- George Parton, huckster, Balterley, was charged vWith an t.offence under tlso Night Poacheing Preventiois Act, with ,a aidissg poachers . Mr. G. James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    served his apprenticeship at the celebrated Soho Foundry of Messrs. Bolton and Watt. He then became chief engineer at the Balterley Iron Works, and there com- menoed that career as a marine engine maker which, con- tinued and extended under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their possession unjust weights and scales .-Nnncy Eulms, coal dealer, Ashby, fined l0s. and lle. 6d. coats; John Buffy, grocer, Balterley, 1Os and 10B. (iL oots; Jabez Viggars, grocer, Chesterton, lOs. and lOs, 6d. costs; Joseph Proctor, grocer, Adley, l0B, Subscribers-only content

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