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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    just going, Mrs Shaw looked and saw three men whom she swore positively to. They were James Hurst, Henthorn, and Bottomley. When they were gone, Mr and Mrs Shaw missed out of the drawer the money specified; The men had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ho is a respectable inhabitant of the vil- lage, on which Sergeant Fretwell, accompanied by police constable Mitchell, T 94, Bottomley, 49, Fisher, 93,- Green, 124, &c. went to the house, where thre found the two ruffians, one armed with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sidebotbam's mill. I Nvore at the samle engine as V. Bottomley. About seven o'clock on Friday morning I \vas engaged stripping out; that is, taking the eCoton off the cards. Bottomley and I carried the machine that we strip with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about any religious exercise. Joseph Bottomley kept the chapel. He and his wife lived in rooms over the vestry. Don't remember, in 1844, going into Bottomley's sitting room with the doctor. Recollected calling on Bottomley about a house, when she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Andrewss, Wolverhamptor, Stafford, Ironnonger. [MIotteram and CD., Birmlnehlam.-J. Greenwood and 9. Greenwoad, Bradford, York, worsted spinners. [Wavell and Co, Halifas.-J5 Bottomley, 3Marton, Lincoln, miller. [Stanop, hiull.-G. mith, Market street, iManchester, hatter. [Faulnrer, Mtmnches:er. El ia't3.-On the 22nd itst., at Wimblnedon, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Todmorden and Walsden

    glass in several of its windows until recent years, 80 but all of this has now disappeared. The Fieldens of Bottomley 81 and the Crossleys of Scaitcliffe 82 have long held their estates. Allescholes 83 and Bernshaw Tower in Todmorden

    Parishes Dullingham Par ishes in Radfield hundred in the late 18th century

    steps, 375 and the chancel contains many monuments to members of the Jeaffreson family, including a lively rococo wall-tablet by Bottomley of Cambridge to Christopher Jeaffreson (d. 1749), 376 and one of 1778 by Richard Westmacott the elder (d. 1808),

    Index A-K

    Agnes de, m. Herb. de St. Quintin, Rob. de Fauconberg, Wm. Foliot, architects , see Andrews, G. T.; Armfield & Bottomley ; Atkinson, J. B., Pet., Thos., and Wm.; Bennison; Bilson; Blake; Botterill, Wm. and Wm., & Sons; Brierley ;

    Index A-J

    w. of John, m. Ric. of Norton , Botanical Cabinet , Botany Bay , see Hackney Bay Botry , Wm., Bottomley , Horatio, M.P., Boucher , John, Bow , see Stratford Bow Bow Ho. , Bowes : Jeremy, Sir Jerome


    Ralph, 60 Botarhale (or Coppenhall ), Rob. de, 30, 139 Boteler , Botiler, Botiller, see Butler Bott , Marg., 138 Bottomley , -, 128 Boulton , Mary, w. of Jos., 96 Bounde , John, 60 Bourchier , Thos., Abp. of


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