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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Spotland

    township were: Catley Lane, 2, 7011/2 acres; Woodhouse Lane , 262; Chadwick , 717; Clay Lane , 901/2; Wolstenholme and Cheesden , 2, 2621/2 Falinge, 278 ; Healey , 853; Whitworth , Higher End , 1,247; and Lower End ,

    Townships Ashworth

    was a small brook flowing into the Cheesden ; Duchy Pleadings (Rec. Soc. Lancs , and Ches.), iii, 52-60. The present arbitrary boundary line, running north and south on the east side of Cheesden Brook , probably represents a compromise

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    in Chetam [ Cheetham ] , Strangewayes, Rachedale [ Rochdale ] , Spotlande, Owdam [ Oldham ] , Chesden [ Cheesden, tp. Spotland ] , Maunchester, Solforde [ Salford ] , Oldefelde [ Oldfield ] , Wythyngton, and Ardewyke. Philip

    Index of names and places

    118, 134, 147, 160. William, 77, 88, 106. Charnock Richard , 43, 55, 69, 123, 134. Chatherton , see Chadderton. Cheesden , tp. Spotland, 48. Cheetham , par. Manchester, 46, 48, 89, 102. Chepyn , see Chipping . Chetham ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paying a penalty of £30. ALLEGED HIGHWAY RoBBERY.-A report was 0 current on Friday that Edmund Pokcup, keeper of the Cheesden Toll-bar, in crossing Aeshworth Moor, had been robbed and maltreated. The police have investigated the 6, matter, and Superintendent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were charued with camsiig and procuriig and F ill-treating six coaks in at main for £5 a-side. James Hoyle, of Cheesden, innkeeper; John Whittaker, of Ramebottom, bees-seller; James Bullock, of Holcombh usear Bury, innkeeper; ansd Sousa Jackesod, of Warlmacricy,t near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Sh uttleworth estate, near EBadenfield, was charged with manslaughter, by causing the death of William MoHardy, gamekeeper, of Barnbrook. Cheesden. It was proved by several witnesses that on the night of the 13th of November last the deceased was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtained a school certificate*.* tbe week ending the Bth April last. Fined £3 and costs.- Mr> John Baiiisbottom! of Higher Cheesden, near Bdenfield, was alw charged by theln£ iMpeetor with employing Elizabeth Hill without a school certifi- cate. The same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present. - Liverpool Mercury. A few days ago a tollbar keeper named Pickup, whilst on the highway between Bury and Cheesden, was attacked by three m2ii, abused, robbed of 165., and thrown over the beige iuto a field, and his Subscribers-only content

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