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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    Colonel John Pilkington , F.S.A., Mr. J. P. Rylands , F.S.A., Mr. Giles Shaw , and the Town Clerks of Bolton , Heywood , Middleton , and Rochdale . For the use of plans and for information regarding the architecture

    Corrigenda to previously published volumes

    . ii. 365; iv. 187; v. 223; vi. 337. City of York , page 549, for ' Bolton (W.R.), Abbey of' read ' Bolton (W.R.), priory' Volume 1 page 466, line 31, for 'setate' read 'estate' Volume II page 140b,

    Townships Great Bolton

    Townships Great Bolton GREAT BOLTON Bothelton, 1212; Botelton, 1257; Boulton , 1288, and common; Bolton , 1307, and common. This township, 1 which contains the parish church and about half the town of Bolton-le-Moors , has an area of 8251/2

    Parishes Bolton-upon-Swale

    south through Bolton to Ellerton and Back Lane , which intersects it at Bolton Cross , are bordered by avenues of trees. At Bolton , adjoining the hall, is a nursery garden. A moiety of a water-mill at Bolton was

    Townships Little Bolton

    de Bolton and Roger the Clerk of Little Bolton are witnesses; ibid. no. 72. Roger de Bolton occurs in 1321 ; ibid. no. 86. Roger de Middleton ( sic for Little Bolton ) in 1324 held 'a hamlet called Bolton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sydd i sefyll en prawf. Gwnaed cais i ddymchwelyd y gerbydres ar y ffordd haiarn yn Gilrow, yn agos i Bolton, y dydd o'r blaen, trwy osod darn o bren-ar draws y ffordd. Ya ffodus, ni ddigwyddodd dim damiwan smgen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iy gwahanol ganghenau oar blaid Geidwadol. yn swydd Lancaster, wythnos i ddydd Iau diweddaf, yn swyddfai eu Cymdeithas G'ofrestrol, yn Bolton, i'r dibe n o drefnu ar gvfer gwaboddiad a fwriedir roddi i Mr.' DxsRAELI i dalu, ymweliad a'r sir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Bury ydynt M. Thomas Williams a a John Hughes; yn Bolton, Mri. Morrgan* Williams an ; Evan Jones. Bydd genymr ryw-ychydig eto i'w ysgrif- enu am Bury a Bolton tua dechren y fIwyddyn. Penod- n wyd fod cyfarfod cyffredinol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : i . ; BOLTON. d Nos Lun, Rhag. 26ain, cynhaliodd y Trefnyddion a Calfinaidd Cymreig en cyfarfod te blynyddol yn yr Y' Y ystafell He yr arferant addoli ar y Sabbath, sef y 'r Jaths, Bolton. Treuliwyd .y cyfarfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * ' - street& 2 1 bree.'thr; a' 6.o flaenortoid; "Eiery street, 3 b flaenor. jaid ; .Bnryfi2:o daenloriaid; a Bolton, 2 o z~aenoriaid ;y I cyfgan yn,28.' , , ' -,, -- J. "Jones,' Moriah' Darlienwyd-:cofabdairyc'eytarfd o'r' > binesi Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOLTON (BUTTON), John (by 1524-56 or later), of Haverfordwest and Boltonhill, Pemb.

    BOLTON (BUTTON), John (by 1524-56 or later), of Haverfordwest and Boltonhill, Pemb. Constituency Dates Haverfordwest 1555 Biography The Bolton family had its home at Boltonhill, some three miles south-west of Haverfordwest. A burgess of that town, John Bolton (spelled ‘Button’),

    BOLTON (BULTON), Robert, of Derby.

    BOLTON (BULTON), Robert, of Derby. Constituency Dates Derby Apr. 1414 Biography Another Robert Bolton, possibly the MP's father, served as a juror at coroners' inquests held at Derby in 1364, and in 1381, at the assizes, was found guilty with

    POWLETT, Sir Charles (c.1718-65).

    in May 1763; and in August 1763 Pitt, according to Grenville’s diary,[footnote] included the Garter for Bolton among his terms for accepting office. Bolton committed suicide 5 July 1765. Temple described his death as a ‘heavy loss’, and wrote: ‘I

    POWLETT, George (1722-1800), of Amport, Hants.

    for Winchester on the interest of his kinsman, Harry, 6th Duke of Bolton, and followed him in politics. He supported Chatham’s Administration, and, although in office, followed Bolton into opposition in 1770 (yet retaining his place), and voted against the

    BOLTON, Thomas, of Carlisle, Cumb.

    BOLTON, Thomas, of Carlisle, Cumb. Constituency Dates Carlisle Apr. 1384 Carlisle 1401 Biography A Thomas Bolton was living in Carlisle at the time of the poll tax of 1377, to which he contributed, but although he evidently came of a

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

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    CP.I.2062

    female; Widow and relict of James Thwaite, late cotton manufacturer of Bolton Location: Bolton(Bolton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: RichardAspinal [Aspindell] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Bolton(Bolton) : undefined Cannot identify Notes: Richard Aspinal is described as the

    CP.H.538

    7/12/1609 People & Places Participant: Mary Dent [Dente] Role: plaintiff Details: female Location: Bolton (Cumberland) Place(s): Bolton(Bolton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Smith [Smithe; Smith] Role: defendant Details: male; younger Location: Bolton (Cumberland) Place(s): Bolton(Bolton) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1665/11

    / tithe) Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1665 - 14/8/1665 People & Places Participant: RichardFallowfield [Fallowfield] Role: appellant Details: male Participant: JohnRichardson [Richardson] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Morland (Westmorland) Place(s): Bolton(Bolton) : undefined

    TRANS.CP.1782/1

    Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Bolton le Moors (Bolton) : undefined Participant: HannahThwaite [Thweat] Role: appellant Details: female; Widow and relict of James Thwaite, deceased, late of Bolton le Moors Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Bolton le Moors

    TRANS.CP.1696/3

    Deceased Employment: Clothier Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Bolton Le Moors (Bolton) : undefined Participant: WilliamLeyland [Leyland] Role: appellant Details: male; Husband of Helen Leyland, co-appellant Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Bolton Le Moors (Bolton) : undefined Participant:

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Western Light Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Became No. 13 on Reg. of G.L. Canada in 1858, but is now extinct. Meeting Places Bolton,Bolton, (Albion Township, Peel) Ontario, Canada West 1856

    Old Boltonians Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bolton School, Bolton, Lancashire, England 1939

    Lodge of Antiquity

    1776 Crown Inn, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1786 Private Room, Thweat Street, Bolton, Lancashire 1793 Black Horse Inn, Black Horse Street, Bolton, Lancashire 1793 Weavers' Arms Inn, Bradshawgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1802 Four Horse Shoes Inn, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1812 Rising Sun

    no name is given

    Bolton, Lancashire 1800 Millstone, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1802 Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1802 Elephant and Castle, [Bank Street], Bolton, Lancashire 1805 Four Horse Shoes, Deansgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1809 Weavers' Arms, Bradshawgate, Bolton, Lancashire 1810 The Volunteer, Bradshawgate,

    Corinthian Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Amalgamated with Saint John's Lodge No. 221 on the 8th June 2005 to become Corinthian Lodge No. 221 Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Bolton, Lancashire, England 1916 Freemasons' Hall, Institute Street, Bolton, Lancashire, England 1955

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. Godly letters of George Marsh Martyr.

    I did promise you: and this ye shal receiue by my brother or some one of the Bradshawes of Bolton wtin this seuen night, willing you to shew the same to such faithfull mē about Manchester or els where, as

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    you. Commende me to my sister Anne, mother Pike, T. Sorrocolde and his wife, R. Shalcrosse & his wife, R Bolton, I. Wild, M. Vicare, the Parson of Mottrom, Syr Laurence Hall, with all that loue, & (I trust) liue

    Quene Mary. Godly Letters of George Marsh, Martyr.

    as I dyd promise you: and thys ye shall receiue by my brother or some one of the Bradshawes of Bolton wythin this seuennight, wylling you to shew þe same to such faithful men about Māchester or elswhere, as you

    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of George Marsh, Martyr.

    as I did promise you: and this ye shall receiue by my brother or some one of the Bradshawes of Bolton within this seuē night, willyng you to shew the same to such faythfull men about Manchester or els where,

    Queene Mary. Letters of M. Iohn Bradford holy Martyr.

    turne vnto the Lord.Turne vnto the Lord yet once more, I hartely besech thee thou Manchester, thou Ashton vnderline, thou Bolton, Bury, Wigine, Lierpoole, Mottrine, Stepport, Winsley, Eccles, Priestwich, Middleton, Radcliefe, and thou City of Westchester, where I haue truely

 

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