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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    Hawarden, Edmund of Waterfall 1340-1 Richard of Capenhurst Madoc of Capenhurst , Hugh of Rycroft 1341-2 Richard of Capenhurst Madoc of Capenhurst , Thomas of Hegreve 1342-3 Richard of Capenhurst Madoc of Capenhurst , Richard of Wainfleet 1343-4 John Blund

    Hospitals St Andrew , Denhall

    after the u nion of the two hospitals as one of the almsmen in 1539 bore the Cheshire surname of Capenhurst . 12 The site of the Denhall hospital, which came to form the most valuable estate of St. John

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 The economy, 1974-2000

    region, Vauxhall Motors and ICI at Ellesmere Port , British Aerospace at Broughton , British Nuclear Fuels (later Urenco) at Capenhurst , and a newcomer, Toyota Motors near Wrexham, remained significant throughout the period. They were not only the main

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    Altrincham History Society Associated Octel Co. Ltd., Ellesmere Port Belton Cheese Ltd. BICC Cables Ltd., Chester British Nuclear Fuels plc, Capenhurst Browns of Chester Ltd. Burton and Neston History Society Chester Civic Trust Family History Society of Cheshire HSBC (formerly

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Mills and fisheries

    The abbot was discharged from his responsiblity for the mills, which were leased instead to two leading citizens, Richard of Capenhurst and Thomas of Strangeways . 33 By 1339, however, they were in the keepership of the chamberlain of Chester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    luniaetb. Yn absenoldeb y brawd yn ym- y otyn am heddgeidwaid, aeth g*r y ty a'r clwvfedig i I orsaf Capenhurst. Dychwelodd y brawd, a daeth y d ddau gyda'r tifn i Gaer, pa le a gyrhaeddasant c yenydig wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady, 4 yrs, l1st 31b. Mr. James 1 Mr. Bancroft's Miss Clifton, S yrs, list 1l2b .Mr.... . ............... 3r Capenhurst 2 Alr. Wilcone' Sutton, list 121h ........ 3r. E. Wilson 8 Mr. Down's Rifleman, 4 yrs, list Bib ......MAU. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bonal eontleman. eostumler. Mr. J. Edward,. A Pull QADRJtILLE BAND will be In attendance. conminting of slht performers. Loader. ir, Capenhurst. p)oora open at half-pant Seven, to commence at Eight. Flour. In.; dallery. 6d. each. NOnICZ. -Proper pereons to take Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Geney), F. Taylor (Mr. Brcakspearo), A. J. Warrena (Mr. A. J. Sutton), A. IL Winton (1Ir. G. laltford), Singing, E. Capenhurst (Mir. A. J. Stitton), E. R. IFall (fir. J. Bates), A. IHolmes (Mrs. Baker). A. flume (hir. . Is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Sons of the one part and the said Roland Henry Parry of the other- port.. 2nd June, I830. Between Capenhurst, Williams. and Co. of the One part and the said Roland Henry Parry of the other- part. 19th YaIrc, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POOLE, John (d.1601), of Capenhurst, Cheshire.

    (d.1601), of Capenhurst, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1586 Ofifces Held Burgess, Liverpool 1589. Biography The Pooles had been seated in Cheshire for several centuries. Poole received from his father certain lands in the county at the time of his marriage,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Wiito de Rygton. WiHo de Estryngton. Rico de Leycestf. Robto de Shilvyngton. Rico de Galewaye. Johi de FrismersB. Rogo de Capenhurst. Henf Russel. Wilto de Lodelowe de Norht. Johi del Tour. Thome Colle. WiHo Skynner. Thome de Kele. Robto de Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1829, 20 February 1829

    them to commence at or near to Capenhurst Lodge, in the township of Great Sutton, within the parish of Eastham, and thence through the several parishes, townships, hamlets or places of Eastham, Capenhurst, Shotwick, Woodbank, Shotwick Park, and Great Saughall, Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1831, 3 February 1831

    Bromboroio, Brimstage, Neston, Great Neston, Little Neston, Raby, Willaston, Thornton-in-the- Hough, Ledsham, Eastham, Childer, Thornton, Little Sut¬ ton, Shotwick, Woodbank, Capenhurst, Great Saughall, Little Saughall, Backford, Great Mollington, Saint Mary- on-the-Hill, Moston, Little Mollington, Upton, Holy and Undivided Trinity, Saint Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    Chester, Blacon-cum-Crabwall, Newton, Bache, Upton, Moston, Caughall otherwise Coghutt, Backford, Chorlton, Lea, Great Mollington, Little Mollington, Great Sutton, Little Sutton, Capenhurst, Ledsham, Childer Thornton, Thornton Hough otherwise Thornton Mayow, Hooton, Eastham, Willaston, Raby, Little Neston, Great Neston, Brombo¬ roiv, Poulton Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    Thornton-in-the-Hough, Ledsham,Eastham, Childer, riding of the county of York, and is bounded on the north- Thornton, Little Sutton, Shotwick, Woodbank, Capenhurst, westerly side thereof by the River Calder, and on the Great Saughall, Little Saughall, Backford, Great Mol- north-easterly side Subscribers-only content

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