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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Blackrod

    Townships BlackrodBLACKROD Blakerode, 1200, and commonly; Blacrode, 1220. The township of Blackrod extends for 3 miles from north-west to south-east. The area is 2, 3881/2 acres. 1 The highest ground, about 520 ft., is near the centre, where the

    Townships Haigh

    that he had been settled in Haigh before Blackrod was granted to him; Lancs . Inq. and Extents (Rec Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 68, where he is called Hugh de Blackrod . Cockersand Chart . (Chet. Soc.), ii,

    The parish of Bolton-le-Moors INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BOLTON

    Darcy Lever ; Breightmet ; Harwood ; Bradshaw ; Turton; Edgeworth ; Entwisle; Quarlton; Longworth ; Rivington ; Anglezarke; Blackrod ; Lostock The ancient parish of Bolton has an area of 33,406 acres. A very large portion of it was

    Townships Adlington

    1,064 acres, 1 and there was in 1901 a population of 4,253. The principal road is that from Manchester through Blackrod to Chorley and Preston , which is crossed at the village by a winding road from Wigan to Rivington

    Townships Westleigh

    of Haigh and Blackrod , 57 and Adam, perhaps ancestor of the Bradshaghs of Aspull . 58 John de Bradshagh had issue two sons, Richard 59 and William. Richard had Westleigh by inheritance from his father and Blackrod under a

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 March 1778, 19 March 1778

    of the Turnpike Roads leading from the Town of Leigh to the Towns of Warrington, Wigan, Prefect, Ormßirk, Charley., Bolton, Blackrod and Blackburn, in the County of Lancafier, whofe Names- are thereunto fubferibed : Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Blackrod; Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Blackrod, in the County of Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, 1 Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1831, 21 April 1831

    are thereunto subscribed : 8 Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Blackrod: the Congregation assembling for Divine Worship at the Established Church at Blackrod, in the County of Lan¬ caster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Walsall; Norwich; Westgate Hill, York; Thame; Yeadon ; Great Grimsby; Mells ; Shrewsbury; Frome; Pottery, Belper; Bradley, Bilston; Ipswich; and Blackrod, 68.— Blackmires; Bunbury; Hali¬ fax ; Lincoln; Brackley; Rochdale ; Merthyr Tydvil; Pudsey; Portsea; Glasgow ; Sheerness; Westgate; Wol- Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Ogden; Strand Lane Chapel, Prestwich; Tockholes; Wheatley Chapel, Whalley; Wharton; Padiham; Inde¬ pendent Chapel, Belthorn; St. Mary's Church, Birch, Middleton; Blackrod; Green-Acres Moor; Hollinwood; Salesbury; Middleton; Mosley; Marsden; New Church; Openshaw and Fairfield ; St. Luke's, Manchester ; St. Stei Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [King, Serjeant's inn. J. Bennett, Warwick square, bookseller. [Wright, Bocklersbury. S. Gardner, Wellington road, plasterer. [Pittman, Paddington green. J. Jones, Blackrod, cotton spinner. [Ellis and Co. Chancery lane. D. Evans, Swansea, draper. [Pearson, Temple; W. Johnson, North'Shields, brewer. [Robinson and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prisoner himself in 5001. LANCASTER, MARCIt 17.-AcKERS Vt. HIEATWr.-This was noa acrnit [t damages brought against a surgeon of Blackrod, for &elauzlIiiq ie plaintiff's-wife.-Mr Caoss stated, that the defendant woild pete~d lr.s he came to consult a weather-glass, if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gray's inn. Tr. Binney, Wakefield, and R. and M. Binney, Morton, corn factors. [Adlington, Gregory,and Faulkner, Bedford row. E. Foster, Blackrod, shoe maker. [Milne and Parry. Temple. W. Wallace, Workingtorn,stipwriglit. [Falcon,Temple. Friday, AMarch 12. INSOLVENTS. J. Fancourt, Nag s Head, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conveyed to the house of correction. In the evening complete tran- quillity and confidence was restored. Throughout Leyland, Coppul, Euxton, Blackrod, Standish, Wor- thington, &c., the alarm was great, the mob having in the course of the day visited all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IV. Hacl, attorneys, Dowoate hill, City-L. Fisher and W. Dyson, York, stone masons-J. Unsoworth, B. Davies, and H. G. Rule, Blackrod, Lancashire, bleachers-W. Marsh, J. Marsh, J. M. Shepherd, and' J. Peace, Sheffield, edge tool manufacturers-W. Marsh, J. Marsh, and Subscribers-only content

 

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