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

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    CHANC.CP.1855/1

    male Employment: Notary Public Location: York (York) : city Participant: George Lawton [Lawton] Role: defence proctor Details: male; The Younger Employment: Notary Public Location: Manchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Manchester (Manchester) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Bollington(Bollington) : undefined

    CP.G.1374

    (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Arnick [Arnyk] Role: witness Details: male; 42 Employment: tailor Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Bollington(Bollington) : undefined Prestbury (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Malbon [Malbon] Role: witness Details: male; 32; husbandman Location: Prestbury

    CP.G.1375

    (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Arnett [Arnett] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: tailor Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Bollington(Bollington) : undefined Prestbury (Prestburie) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Malbon [Malbon] Role: witness Details: male; 32; husbandman Location: Prestbury

    CP.G.1388

    Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Richard Arnett [Arnet] Role: witness Details: male; 42 Employment: tailor Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Bollington(Bollington) : undefined Prestbury (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Robert Malban [Malban] Role: witness Details: male;

    CP.G.1413

    (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Hermitte [Armett] Role: witness Details: male; 42 Employment: tailor (taylor) Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Bollington (Bellington) : undefined Prestbury (Prestburye) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Malbon [Malbon] Role: witness Details: male; 32; husbandman Location:

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Manchester The parish and advowson

    3 s . 4 d .; Pat. 3 Edw. VI , pt. 11. Chant . 28-31. The lands were at Bollington and Lyme in Cheshire . The chapel possessed a chalice and three old vestments. Thomas Johnson was the priest

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    : Hen. of, later Hen. IV, 126 Mary of, see Bohun Bollington (Bolyngton): Joan de, m. Wm. Sawtry , 7 Jn. de, 7 Thos., 167-8 Wm., 167 fam., 167 Bollington Hall , in Ugley , 167 Bollingtons , see Hatfield

    Parishes Hatfield Broad Oak HATFIELD BROAD OAK (SOUTH) 1980 HATFIELD BROAD OAK (NORTH) 1980

    Bollingtons took its name probably came from Bollington Hall in Ugley . 170 William Bollington was bailiff of Hatfield Broad Oak in 1255 and 1274. 171 In the mid 14th century Thomas Bollington owed quitrent to Sir John Barrington for

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Bollington: a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Methodist Chapel, Bollington, in the County of Chester, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Bucks; Egham ; Earl Shilton ; Beckingham ; Reedness ; Eaton Bray; Buckland, Frome ; Ghewilog ; Easby; Winsley ; Bollington ; Ditcheat; Col- lumpton ; Dursley; Ellesmere, &c.; Dent; Staverton ;< Garehill; Dunster; East Moor, Wakefield; and Coverack, 55. Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1832, 23 February 1832

    be interested under the Will " post mortem Examination of every Person dying in such of Philip Antrobus, late of Bollington aforesaid, Gentleman, " Institution of any obscure or intractable Disease, and deceased; praying Leave to bring in a Bill Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Bispham with Norbeck, 276. Blaenafon, 267. Blaenplwyf, 278. Blaenpennal and Bronnant, 288. Blorwick, 287. Blyth, 249. Bodfarry, 276. Bodmin, 276. Bollington, 276. Bolsover, 197. Bolton, Little, 276. Bolton-le-Moors, 276. Bontrhydfindigid, 278. Boroughbrido-e 281. Bosley, 276. Boston, 276. Bradbourn, 267. Bradbourn Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    en-le-Frith, 329. Charlestown, 310. Cheadle, 311. Cheddleton and Wetley Rocks, 311. Chelsea, Park Chapel, 329. Chelsea, Birdward, 319. Bloxwich, 316. Bollington, 329. Botesdale, 273. Bramley, 273. Lord's Day—corafmwe^. For the adoption of Measures, &c.—cowft'wwed. St. Luke, xcii. 329. Chester, 329. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ainsworth, R. Holden, J. Catlow, A. Crawshaw, and T. Lonsdale, Barrow, Lancashire, calico-printers. P. M. Griffith, Birmingham, jeweller. T. Browii, Bollington, Chester, cotton-spinner. J. Crowtiher, Deighton, Yorkshire, clothier. B. H. Green, Bristol, haberdasher. IR. Peppin, Grevill street, Hatton garden, silversmith. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they 'were previously to the depressed state of trade under which they have so long continued. The cotton spinners of Bollington, near Macclesfield, have also recoin- inenced working, and it is expected, that in s short time all the mills Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Taylor, Deptford, victualler. [Corner, Canterbury sq. Southwark. C. Hall, Salford, Laucash. malt dealer. [Adlington & Co. Bedford row. J. Marshall, Bollington, Cheshire, grocer. [Coppock, Cleveland row, St JaMes's. S. Jacob, Sheffield, clothes dealer. [Tattershall, Grest James st. Bedford row. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public-G. Hogden and G. King, Hockley Farm-A. Horn and G. Ewart, Qoickset row, New road, sinc-manntactitrero-J. Ottley and J. Rusbton, Bollington, Cheshire, stoneeiasons- C. Gregory and S. Dainton, Freeschool street, lHorsleydown, tobacconists-J. Winn and J. Elliot, Liverpool, coal-mercbants -Jane and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Swinton, Warrington, Lancashire, grocers-J. Smith and T. F. Pinkney, Chiswell street, Finsbury, attorneys-F. and A. Gatley and W. Needham, Bollington, Cheshire, stone masons; as far as regards W. Needbam-R. Kirby and J. Bell, King street, Snow hill, shoe manufactnrers-J. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALDEN, Sir Alexander (d.1401), of Matching and Rickling, Essex.

    nephews-Alexander himself and his brother John. Alexander’s share did, however, include Rickling and Matching as well as lands in Ugley, Bollington and Berden. Through his first marriage he acquired Bygrave in Hertfordshire, which he and his wife sold to the

 

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