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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Levenshulme

    's railway from Manchester to London passes through the western side of the township, having a station named Levenshulme and Burnage about the centre. The Great Central Company's line from London Road to Central Station , Manchester , crosses the

    Townships Withington

    the southern boundary. A local board was formed in 1876 ; the area included part of Withington , Chorlton , Burnage , and Didsbury . 3 This was changed into an urban district council in 1894 , but in 1904

    Townships Didsbury

    died of the plague. 39 The chapelry, in later times at least, was considered to include Didsbury , Withington , Burnage , and Heaton Norris . The chapel and its ornaments were confiscated by Edward VI , but the former

    Townships Hulme

    held the manors of Heaton Norris and Hulme , with lands, & c., in Hulme , Rusholme , Fallowfield , Burnage , Birch Hall -houses, Chorlton , and Heaton Norris ; Com. Pleas Recov. R. Mich. 21 Geo. II, m.

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    (m) 275 Brindlache ( Eccles ), 394 Bromyhurst ( Eccles ), 373 Broughton ( Manchester ), (t) 217, (m) 217 Burnage ( Manchester ), (t) 310, (m) 310 Byrom ( Winwick ), 151 Cadishead ( Eccles ), 371 Cayley (

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

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    Didsbury (Didsbury) : chapelry Participant: JamesRudd [Rudd] Role: appellant Details: male; Chapel warden of the parochial chapel of Didsbury Location: Manchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Didsbury (Didsbury) : chapelry Participant: RobertHide [Hyde] Role: appellate Details: male; Yeoman Location: Burnage(Burnage) : undefined

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURNAGE, Ralph, of Melcombe Regis, Dorset.

    1411 Burnage joined with a Dorchester man in a bond by which payment of �49 6s.8d. was promised to Mountfort at the following Candlemas (2 Feb.), and in 1414 he alone undertook to pay him a further �1 10s.8d. Burnage

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    Burke , Mary, widow Burket , preacher Burlington garrison at letters dated from ships at, to, or from ships of Burnage , ships of Burnham haven Burrell , Jas. Capt. Wm., Governor of Mersey Island, petition of Mr. Burrod , Subscribers-only content

    Warrants of the Council of State, Generals of the Fleet, &c

    Sturgeon, forced by weather into Plymouth, and the Joseph, taken by the Diamond, though she had Council's protection, both of Burnage, and belonging to the Count du Ounguion, to proceed on their voyage. 245 " " " Commanders of ships, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    War- ringtrn. Jacob Bright, Esq., Roch- dale. John Petrie, Esq., Rocbdele. Oliver Ormerod, Esq., E1och- dale. J. C. Dyer, Esq., Burnage. George Crosfield,Esq.,Lymm. F. Pennington,Egq.,Alderley. J. 13. Foster, Esq., Mtan- chester. James Gal!oway, Esq., Mars- chester. Charles Cheetham, Esq., Heywood. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sober and collected, and in every way seemed capable of doing his work. To another correspondent Higgins said: When over Burnage Lennox must have grasped the mouth of the balloon, thus closing the orifice and preventing any gas from escaping, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tufortunato ian who was killed in the balloon accident on Tuesday night, was opened yesterday afternoon at the Church Schoolroom, Burnage, before Mr. F. Price, district coroner. Mtr. R. Cobbett appeared on behalf of Mr. Higginsand Miss DoVoyv theoparachutists, whoseballoon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his utterance when be preachled."' Dr. Lee died rather suddenly, oni Friday night, at his episcopal residence, Maiuletli Hall, near Burnage. The Examiner gives the following account of his illness and death :-"1His lordship had been in graaaally failing health Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F Reed, Esq., C.B." MIy reply to this was as follows MR. REf D TO C-iPrAIN STA.tNHJF. "Criogle Brook House, Burnage, Manchester, 46 October 14. " Sir,-I thank you for your favour of the 13th. "I do not think it Subscribers-only content

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