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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Breightmet

    Townships BreightmetBREIGHTMET Brihtmede, 1257; Brightemete, 1277; Breghmete, Breghtmed, 1292; Brithmete, 1302; Brightmede, 1510; Breightmet , 1574. The township of Breightmet lies between Bradshaw and Blackshaw Brooks , and has an area of 8721/2 acres. The highest point, Breightmet Hill

    Townships Harwood

    their possessors as merely appendages to Breightmet , though the tenure was quite distinct; thus the Southworths certainly held part of Harwood , but it is not separately named in the inquisitions; part of Breightmet also was granted to Lord

    Townships Ainsworth

    brook and other little pirls' of water, had been damaged by certain persons- Lawrence Bradshaw of Breightmet , Joan widow of Thomas Ainsworth of Breightmet , & c.-having diverted the water courses; Duchy Plead . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and

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

    ; Tonge -With-Haulgh; Sharples ; Little Lever ; 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

    Townships Tonge -with-Haulgh

    length from north to south of about 2 miles, and an area of 830 acres. The population of Tonge and Breightmet was 10,247 in 1901 . 1 Haulgh is a similar but much smaller tongue of land between the Croal

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Radcliffe Lodge

    Warrant of Bi-centenary: 27th April 1998 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2701 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Bury New Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1985 Masonic Hall, Bury and Bolton Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1977 Boar's Head Hotel, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1898

    Progress Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Ram's Head Hotel, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1926 St. Oswald's Masonic Hall, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1975 Masonic Hall, Bury and Bolton Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1976 Masonic Hall, Bury New Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1983

    Victoria Lodge

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Masonic Temple, Bridge Street, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1934 Masonic Hall, Bury & Bolton Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1977 Masonic Hall, Bury New Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1985

    Pilkington Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Ram's Head Hotel, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1947 St. Oswald's Masonic Hall, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1975 Masonic Hall, Bury and Bolton Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1976 Masonic Hall, Bury New Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1983

    Sedgley Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Club Rooms, Chester Street, Prestwich, Lancashire, England 1921 Boar's Head Hotel, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Bury and Bolton Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1976 Masonic Hall, Bury New Road, Breightmet, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England 1985

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

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    CP.H.1962

    8/3/1633 - 8/3/1633 People & Places Participant: Richard Bradshaw [Bradshawe] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Breightmet (Brightmet) : township Participant: Lydia Lumax [Lumax; Lamax] Role: plaintiff Details: female Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Bolton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thonapson and C. J. Smith, Great St Helen's, printers-F. Lade and Co., Bridge road, Lambeth, linen drapers-A. Knowles and Co., Breightmet and Tonge, Lancashire, coal-miners-J. Dakin and Co., War- rington, grocers-J. Gore and H. Samuels, North street, Finsbury, furriers-J. Porter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gray's inn. J. Hawarden, R. Myerscough, and J. Jackson, Manchester, manufacturers of cotton clcth. [Johnson and Co. Temple. W. Reynolds, Breightmet, Lancashire, cotton spinner. [LMiine and Co. Temple. S. S. Chancellor, jun. Isle of Thanet, baker. [Egan and Co. Essex Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. and T. Frankiand, Liverpool, mnerchacts-Decemier 22, H. Bepwartai, Leeds, cloth mranufacturer-December 22,j. Rosa, H.lifax, woalstapler -December 21, W. Reynolds, Breightmet, Lancarhire, canton spinner-December 21, F. Arthur, Birmingham, coach maker Decemb-r 22, 3. Pidcote and T. Barton, Nottingham, corn factorn-DugVwb5I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl of Mulgrave, Mr Turton, and a large concourse of people. CHARGE OF RAPE.-Robert Haslam, a young collier, residing at Breightmet, was brought up at the Old Sessions room, on Thursday last, charged with violating a young woman, named Margaret Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an aggregate loss of about £35,000. Another similar disaster has now to be added to the list. A mill at Breightmet, near Bolton, has been burned, and the damage is roughly estimated at £10,000. On Monday, £500. was claimed at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places

    123. Ralph, 64. Roger, 9, 142, 148. William, 12, 41, 56, 64, 85, 87, 96. Brandlesome , Manor of, 138. Breightmet , Manor of, 2. Brenhull , see Brindle . Brereclyff , see Briercliffe . Breres , Blanche, w. of

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