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    Winefride Hayes

    Details Winefride Hayes in religion Winefride Born in Brindle Died 1817 15 Apr in Caverswall Who were the Nuns?

    Elizabeth Middlehurst

    Details Elizabeth Middlehurst in religion Martha Born in Brindle Died 1837 9 Feb in Caverswall Who were the Nuns?

    Mary Worsley

    Details Mary Worsley in religion Mary Joseph Scholastica of the Blessed Sacrament Born in Brindle Died 1821 30 Apr in Cannington Who were the Nuns?

    TRANS.CP.1775/1

    1775 People & Places Participant: MarkSharman [Shearman] Role: appellant Details: male; Schoolmaster Location: Brindle (Lancashire) Place(s): Brindle(Brindle) : undefined Participant: ElizabethWhittle [Whittle] Role: appellate Details: female; Wife of John Whittle; weaver Location: Brindle (Lancashire) Place(s): Brindle(Brindle) : undefined Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    TRANS.CP.1557/2

    Employment: Notary Public Location: Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): Richmond (Richmondia) : archdeaconry Location: Brindle (Lancashire) Place(s): Brindle (Brinhull) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Rochdale (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Saddleworth (Sadalworth) : chapelry Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Duckworth (Ducworth) Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    TRANS.CP.1826/1

    London Road (London Road) : undefined Participant: Edward Pate [Pate] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Proctor Location: Brindle (Lancashire) Place(s): Brindle(Brindle) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Leyland (Lancashire) Place(s): Whittle Le Woods (Whittle in le Woods) : undefined Location: Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    TRANS.CP.1542/1

    Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Padiham (Padeham) : chapelry Location: Crofton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Crofton (Crofton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Brindle (Lancashire) Place(s): Brindle (Brindleye) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Cheshire Place(s): Chester (Cestrie) : city Location: Cheshire Place(s): Chester : undefined St Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    [Eight hour movement ] : [newscuttings ] ., 1890

    train under proper command when approaching Brindle 1 Junction , where he overran the home signal at danger. Major idin is of opinion that it is dangerous for trains to be allowed to iach Brindle Heath Junction down the incline Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Church endowment: the "pious ancestor" theory refuted..., 1877

    17 6 1 1 9 Aldingham , r Ashton-under-Lyne , r Aughton , r Blackburn , v Bolton-le-Moors , v Brindle , r Bury, r JBurnley, r Chipping ,'!' Childwall , v Claughton , r JClitheroe, r Croston , ; Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    The condition of the cotton trade of Lancashire, and the operation of the Anglo-French Treaty of 1860., 1870

    Todmorden 6,000 ...Spinners, Lees ...Spinners & manufacturers, Rochdale 15,000 ...Spinners and manufacturers, Lan ¬ caster and Preston 33,000 July. ...Manufacturer, Brindle ...Spinners & manufacturers, Preston ...Spinners & manufact's, Blackburn ...Spinners & manufacturers, Preston 28,000 ...Spinner and manufacturer, Preston August . Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Daily evening star. Vol. 1 no. 92. Monday June 2 1884., 1884

    congestive fever of the liver, and that and old Brindle has killed me. See yere, lawyer, you may: In virtue of my great regard for butcher Smith's sausages, I leave Brindle to him, provided he makes beef sausages out of Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    [Eight hour movement ] : [newscuttings ] ., 1890

    train under proper command when approaching Brindle 1 Junction , where he overran the home signal at danger. Major idin is of opinion that it is dangerous for trains to be allowed to iach Brindle Heath Junction down the incline Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Lancashire diary, 1663-1678, 1876

    hester, and also of Brindle co Lancaster . Walker states that he was ejected in 1642 but restored in 1662 . This may be true as regards some of the other prefer¬ ments but is not true of Lymm . Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    The Oldham almanack and year book of local and general information. for 1875., 1875

    Captain Legge , Preston . Superintendent ( Manchester Division) .. Mr. Bent , Manchester . „ ( Rochdale Division) „ Brindle , Rochdale . Inspector Breakell, Royton . Sergeant „ Bailey , Chadderton . STATION HOCSE 4 KD LOCKUP -Koytoll. Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    A description of Hoghton Tower: with some historical notices., 1857

    little to the right, is the undulated valley of the Darwen-to Walton , on the left are the heights of Brindle . Still nearer and nearly on a level with the Tower- hill, with which it is linked by a Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Rossall School, 1869., 1869

    Eaglescliffe , near Yarm . Charles E. Jacson , Esq., Barton Lodge , Preston . The Eev. Thomas Lund , Brindle Reotory, Chorley . The Eev. Canon Master, Eector of Chorley . The Eev. R. B. Robinson , Vioar of Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    Report of the Metropolitan and Central Committee appointed for the relief of the Manchester sufferers: with an appendix, containing the names of the sufferers and the nature and extent of their i..., 1820

    A month. Was knocked down by one of the horses, and trod on by the crowd. £ *• 1 0 Brindle Ellen 23 Dob-lane, Failsworth . Left side much bruised and still painful, was taken to a neigh¬ bouring house Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

    American annals of education and instruction for the year 1831: being a continuation of the American journal of education Vol. 1, 1831

    Of every gentle cow. ' From Brown, and Pied, and Black, and Red, The milk with ease was drawn, But Brindle fiercely shook her head, And raised her pointed horn.' Art. IX.- Julia Brace . The Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Subscribers-only content Nineteenth-Century British Pamphlets

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