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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Birtle-with-Bamford

    south, east, and north. Birtle hamlet, near which is Sillinghurst, is in the western half of the main part of the township; much of Bamford lies in Heap. The area is 1,429 acres, 1 of which Birtle has 1,200. The

    Townships Pilsworth

    Wilton was the 'landlord of all Pilsworth.' For some notice of the Meadowcroft family see the account of Smethurst in Birtle . One James Lomax , born about 1556 and educated at Cambridge , was reconciled to the Roman Church

    Townships Middleton

    had a son Ralph, who died in 1398 seised of the manor of Middleton with its hamlets of Ashworth , Birtle , Ainsworth , Meadowcroft , and Lynalx. The heir was his son Richard, born at Middleton in 1386 .

    The parish of Middleton INDEX MAP of the PARISH of MIDDLETON

    Middleton; Pilsworth; Hopwood ; Thornham ; Birtle -With- Bamford ; Ashworth ; Ainsworth ; Great Lever This parish, originally a single manor, comprises 1 2,101 acres, and in addition to the central portion- Middleton proper, with Pilsworth, Hopwood , and

    Townships Ashworth

    an extensive view from the hill on which the church stands. The population in 1901 was included with that of Birtle . The principal road is that from Heywood to Edenfield , passing diagonally through the township. The soil is

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    and accounts of payment to Bird , Jno., searcher at Gravesend Birkenhead , or Berkenhead, Isaac Peter Birkes , John Birtle , Capt. Biscay , Bay of Biscoe , Lieut.-Col. Biscuit bakers, petition of transport of Bishop , Capt. George, Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (East Ward), St John, Kirkby Stephen

    SMARDALE. The Hall 10 John Wharton 1 William Bland 1 Tho. Waller 1 Stephen Warriner 1 William Walker 1 William Birtle 1 Tho. Parkin 1 John Spooner 1 Richard Graham 1 Two widows were exempted from payment by Certificate. MALLERSTANG.

    Index, General - A-K

    , Mrs., 145. Birkett , Peter, 259, 260. Richard, 222, 258, 274. Thomas, 273. Birkhead , Mrs., 99. William, 243. Birtle , William, 144. Bispham , George, 132. Blackburn , John, 222, 225. Black Death , 379. Black Dub ,

    Volume 23, January 1652, 01 January 1652-30 January 1652

    their quarters. Secondly, you are to pay the officers and soldiers of Lieut.-Col Finch, Major Duckenfield, Captain Stopford, and Capt. Birtle, at the rate of this enclosed, from 23 January, during the time they shall stay for want of shipping Subscribers-only content

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

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    TEST.CP.1849/1

    : habitation Former resdienceManchester (Lancashire) Oak Bank (Oak Bank) : undefined Former residenceLiverpool (Lancashire) Liverpool (Liverpool) : undefined Former residenceBirtle (Birtle) : undefined Former residence Participant: Jane Elizabeth Johnson [Johnson] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of Enos Ward Johnson, Merchant;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. GOVERNMENT SECURrTIS.-FlOUR O'CLO(IC. FUNDS. Price. SHARE LIST. Div. Paid. Ps!ce SAl URDAY. 0 1 ConsooS Ss Grand Junction Canal . . . . 12 0 00 Do.Ac rcunt . 874 Manchester & Liverp. Railway 10 0 0 100 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The second death was that of Mary Fowles, who has been about forty years cook to Mr Golding, manufacturer of Birtle, near Bury. On the 13th inst. she was kneading dough before the fire, to which her back was turned, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 verdict was returned in this case. 1p BURSLEM. et ADULTERATED MILH.-At the Police Court, yesterday, abJoseph Brett,NWilliamn Barnett, Charlotte Birtle, andWin. td Kirkham, the three first milksbllers,-at Burslem, and the I Is, fourth a smali farmer, at Milton, were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. DVA n E 1a0atc rr. -at ours, for oasb.go~dJ A lluimh o Furitu--Adi~-. G SDaily Post. 02'7 Wacta-ae)nVted. With twot.4e' j31RilNCllA~l tlk.--Wanewt siooSares, Or loss at 16' `No7 -)r.Ii. Grove, t buech Stln':s. Halais.Owe!)W W 7:1 C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boon gone over, the follow- lng gentlemen answered to their names, and were sworn on the Grand Jury: Her. Charles Birtle Percy, Foremuan; Hon. C. G. Scott, Sir Thomas G. SkIpwlitb, Bart, Sir Robert N. C. Hamilton' Bart., Sir PoterVan Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 December 1796, 6 December 1796

    Aft for amending, widen- " ing, altering, improving, and keeping in Repair the " Road from Rochdale through Bamford, and Birtle to " Bury, and for making and maintaining Three feveral " Branches of Road therefrom, all in the County Subscribers-only content

    9 December 1796, 9 December 1796

    Aft for *• amending, widening, altering, improving, and keeping " in Repair the Road from Rochdale through Bamfird " and Birtle to Bury ; and for making Three feveral " Branches of Road therefrom, all in the County Pala- " Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1796, 12 December 1796

    for amend- " ing, widening, altering, improving, and keeping in " Repair the Road from Rochdale through Bamford and " Birtle to Bury, and for making and maintaining Three " feveral Branches of Roads therefrom, all in the County " Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1796, 13 December 1796

    An A& for " amending, widening, altering, improving and keeping "in Repair the Road from Rochdale, through Bamford " and Birtle to Bury, and for making and maintaining " three feveral Branches of Road therefrom, all in the " County Subscribers-only content

    23 December 1796, 23 December 1796

    Act for amending, widen- " ing, altering, improving, and keeping in Repair the " Road from Rochdale through Bamford and Birtle to " Bury, and for making and maintaining Three feveral " Branches of Road therefrom, all in the County Subscribers-only content

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