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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Prior

    c . 1920 it bought from the Allix estate c . 440 a. in its eastern part, by 1900 called Bunbury 's farm. In 1920 it also acquired 65 a. to the south-west, once rectorial glebe, having owned the intervening

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Demography Chester from the west, 1585

    per cent of 1563 pop.): Christleton , Eastham , Eccleston , Heswall , Wallasey , Woodchurch (par. registers at C.C.A.L.S.), Bunbury , Frodsham , Gawsworth , Nantwich , Neston , Sandbach , Wilmslow (data kindly provided by Cambr idge Group

    Index A-J

    also Bruen Bryant Homes Buckley ( Flints .) Buddicom , H. Buddicom estate Buddicom Park Buildwas ( Salop .) Bultinghouse Bunbury , Sir Henry Bunce , family Bunce Lane Bunce Street Burnel , Sir Philip Burrell , Thomas Gaze Burrell's

    Manors and estates in and near the city

    mansion instead near Chester castle. They are not heard of after the mid 15th century. 105 By the 1450s the Bunbury family of Stanney resided at Hoole Hall , but the house was destroyed in the siege of Chester and

    Churches and religious bodies Protestant Nonconformity

    dispute led many of the congregation to secede to the New Connexion. 167 The Chester circuit, which still stretched from Bunbury to Ellesmere Port in 1845 , was reduced to a more manageable area round the city in 1868 .

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