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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary in the Peak

    the High Peak , 60 s . of rent due to her by Nicholas atte Forde, out of lands in Blackbrook , Chapel-en-le-Frith , and elsewhere, towards the sustenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine services daily in the chapel

    Townships Rough Lee Booth

    Mins. Accts. bdle. 76, no. 1498. The following note is added: 'A p lat of new improvement in Pendle near Blackbrook , called Holtroudstones (old rent 4 s .), nothing; because the house lately built there by the tenant has

    Townships Haydock

    Sandstone. The principal road, all along lined with dwellings, is that from St. Helens , passing east and north-east through Blackbrook and Haydock village to meet the great north and south road from Wigan to Warrington . The Liverpool ,

    Townships Parr

    brothers, James and Philip, were priests; and his sisters all died unmarried at Blackbrook . The whole of their property was given to various ecclesiastical purposes, Blackbrook House becoming a convent of the Sisters of Mercy. Some neighbouring landholders had

    Parishes Chailey PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER CHAILEY

    station (on the same railway line), and St. Agnes Mission Church (erected in 1908 ). South of Wapsbourne Farm the Blackbrook crosses the parish and runs into the Ouse . On North Common are the Heritage Craft Schools for Cripples,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMAIERCE. I TRADE OF LEEDS.-The cloth business for this week, as is usual at this season of the year, has been but fat in the halls, especially in the White Cloth-hall, and the stock of white goods is on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fire-damp took place in one of the coal-pits of Messrs Stocks, near Blackbrook, when two per- sons were dreadfully burnt, one of whom, a young man named Lovett, only survived 19 hours, and the other, a young woman, still lies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tilley, aged 14 years, son of Tames Tilley, oh Griffin Street, Netherton, was drowned whilst bathing sm the canal at Blackbrook on Wednesday evening. r The body of a young woman was found in the canal e near Owen Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11).-This day, January 25, Sug- nai House a.t 11.;); *'donday, 2S, Norton-in-Hales (at ILtSi; Wednesday, , Stndon; Friday, Febrnarv 1, Blackbrook. ST.nroniDsnua, Soc-ru (at 113.-This day, January 25, MLanstey Toal 1,.; Monday, 28, Bassett's Pole; Saturday, February 2, Maple Hayes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31, Prs Statioa; Friday, February 1, Logoer Hal (near Atchamn). SeSrrafssRz, Noun (at l1.-Wediedsy, January 30, Sandon; Friday, February 1, Blackbrook. SureaD7nas, Soon (at 1l)-,Sakrday, February 2, Maple Hayes. VI-nsq (at 10.30).-Wednesday, Janury 28, Maslow; Satur- dav. Febury 2, Linley. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Corporation Waterworks undertaking

    on the "upper area" and the third at the foot of the "lower area." Also three balancing reservoirs at Cefn, Blackbrook, and Rhubina respectively, on the line of the conduit, and a "high level" service reservoir, with a set of

    Index, L

    younger, 945. -, Ralph (gent.), 528, 736, 744, 823, 850. -, -, -, of London, 690. -, Reynold, gent., of Blackbrook, 24. -, Richard, 720, 737, 984. -, -, abbot of Shrewsbury, 647 (xvii). -, Robert (esq.), 467, 734, 881, Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    Blatchington, East. Blackbrook , Blakbroke [in Chapel in le Frith parish, co. Derby ] , 808. Blackdown , Blakedon [co. Dorset ] , 396. Blak , Richard, 280. Blakborne , John, barber, of London, 201. Blakbroke. See Blackbrook. Blakedon. See Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    Bichefeld [in Stamfordham ] , Northumb., 572. Blacchyngton. See Bletchington. Blackborough , Blakeburgh [in Kentisbeare ] , Devon, manor, 414. Blackbrook , Blakbroke [in Chapel en le Frith ] , Derb., 24. Blackburn , Blakeborne, Lancs, 377 (viii). -, Balderston Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Chamber suit is apostate, 171. writ delivered in, 126. writs etc. returnable in, 800. Chapel en le Frith , Derb., Blackbrook in, 24. Chapell , Thomas, 234. -, William, 15. - Cf . Capell. Chapeltown , Chapell Towne, Yorks, 454. Subscribers-only content

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