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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    Haywood Farm stood c . 800 m. north-east of Lydley Hayes Farm . 20 The hillside woods of Caradoc ('Cordok'), Blackhurst , and the Lawley ('la lyth', 'Lalleigh', or 'Lalleth') belonged to Lydley and Cardington manor. References to Cardington 's

    Townships Eccleston

    number of field names, as Standeley, Fetherbyley, Maiot Hey, Dearbought, 'a certain hey called the Park, which contains six acres,' Blackhurst , & c. There were two windmills and two water-mills, which, with the turbary, brought in £12 a year.

    Index A-J

    Lancs .) , see Darwen , Over Blackford (in Stoke St. Milborough) , see Brown Clee hill Blackhurst , see Hoar Edge and Blackhurst Blacklands (Staffs., in Bobbington ) , blacksmiths , Blackwood (in Eaton-under-Heywood and Rushbury ) , Blair

    Index A-J

    and Lowe Birmingham , Birtles , Thos., Bishton (in Colwich ) , Black brook , Black Clough , see Quarnford Blackhurst , Douglas , Blackshaw Moor (in Tittesworth, formerly in Leek and Lowe ) , Anzio Camp , Blackshaw moor,

    Index K-Z

    Wm. (d. 1727), Wm. (d. 1752), Wm. (d. 1818), Wm. (d. 1849), fam., Pingleys Heys , see Hoar Edge and Blackhurst Pinnock , Wm., and his w. Eliz., Pinu , Guillaume de, archdn. of Vézelay, Pinvin (in St. Andrew's ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i from business on Saturday last, when, on examination, him previous day's clearing was-found to be 50001. deficient. Mr It Blackhurst, an attorney-in Preston, charged with forging a; codicil of the -will of his deceased wife, and thereby' devising the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commission agent, [Lawrance and Co. Old Jewry chambers,- Old Jewry.-It. Crig, Brymauwr, Brecnslire, draper. [Bevan, Brlstol.-J. Cobb, Preston, Lancashire, innkeeper. [Blackhurst aird Son, P'reston. Dividends.-June 19, J. B. Warcup, Broadway, Deptford, Ironmonger- June 14, J. Pulhamn, Broxbourne, Ilertfdshire, ptasterer-June 14, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Dewves end Son, Covontry.-W. Hterring and A. SimonsOO, Bristol, tailors. [Seaman, St Pancras lane, City.-J. Collins, Clitheron Lancashire, provision dealer. [Blackhurst, Preston. Dividends.-October 14, C. May, W. L. and C. J. Metcalfe, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, soap manufacturers-October 15, W. Jackson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shleffiltd.-T. B. Marsotn, Leicester, dyer. [Davis and Co., Birminghanm.-B. Mlostty, Norton, Derbyshire, scythe manu- focturer. [Ryalls, Sheffield.-H. Melville, Liverpool, cooper. [Blackhurst, Liverpool-B. Sutton and NV. Haywood, Liverpool, bolkseslers. [Pembertoa, Liverpool.-H. Mackay and W. B. Davies, Liverpool, shipwrights. [Dodge and Ewer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephens, anid the generalgoodfielding sif the Noxiley club. -ee the part of Coseley, the bowling of Mecssrs. Whitehcad, Hickmanl, and Blackhurst, told well in some instances, and the style of Mr. Jcbb's batting w~as much admired. All passed off very Subscribers-only content

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