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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Newchurch

    now have churches at Newchurch ( 1804 ), Whitewall Bottom , Cloughfold and Lumb ( 1861 ); the Primitive Methodists at Newchurch , Waterfoot ( 1873 ) and Cloughfold ; and the United Free Methodists at Newchurch ( 1836 ),

    Townships Old and New Accrington

    Evan Lewis , has a memoir in Dict. Nat. Biog . Nightingale, op. cit. ii, 136. A. J. Parry , Cloughfold Bapt. Ch . 199. There were eighty-six 'Papists' in Altham and Accrington in 1767 ; Trans. Hist. Soc .

    Townships Clayton-le-Moors

    was an earlier Baptist assembly at Oakenshaw , from which sprang that at Accrington , but it died out; Parry, Cloughfold Bapt. Cb . 193. Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . xiv, App. iv, 231. The first record of it is

    Townships Haslingden

    Independents. Nightingale, op. cit. ii, 142-9. It originated partly in a secession from the Congregationalists; ibid. 146. See also Parry, Cloughfold Bapt. Ch . 194. There was no school in 1717 ; Gastrell, loc. cit. The school fund was included.

    Townships Colne

    were five Anabaptist families known in Colne chapelry in 1717 ; Gastrell, op. cit. ii, 324. A. J. Parry , Cloughfold Bapt. Ch . 105. In 1798 it was reported that the cause had 'suffered awfully by the defection of

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 21 April 1831, 21 April 1831-21 April 1831

    Ordered , That the said Petitions do lie on the Table. Cloughfold & Lumb: Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Particular Baptist Churches and Congregations assembling at Cloughfold and at Lumb , in Rossendale , in Lancashire ,

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Lewes; Kendal; Bridport; Mereclough; Runcorn Chapel, Warrington; Whitehaven; Pepper Street Chapel, Chester; Quakers of Whitehaven; of Belfast; and of Lisburn; Cloughfold and Lumb; Barrack Street Meeting, Bridport; Bank Buildings Chapel, Weymouth; Kirkland; Grayrigge; Pear Tree Chapel, Kendal; and Close, Newcastle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yi yn nghapel y Weslevaid, cafwyd pregeth ragorol ar n Athrawiaeth y Bwydydd," gan y Parot A J. Parry, E Cloughfold. Da geryn ddeall fod y bregeth hon wedi ci ei chyhoeddi yn Gyinmraeg a Saesewg; ac yn sior y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yaw., M.D., Fronhenlog; Deon Edwards, Archddiacon S Evans, W.fH Darby, Yaw., Brymbo; Edwari Breese, Yaw, Morfa Lodge; Parch.Abel J. Parry, Cloughfold; David Davis, Yaw., Ty'nycoed; Dirprwyaeth oddi- M wrth y Sunday Closing Association, Parch. W. Ro. binson, St. Clements, Manchester. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.D., Fronhelog; Deon Edwards, Archddiacon Evans, W. H Darby, Ysw., Brymbo; Edward Breese, la ?Ysw., Morfa Lodge; Parch.Abel J. Parry, Cloughfold; a ,David Davis, Ysw., Ty'nycoed; Dirprwyaeth oddl- D wrth y Sunday Closing Association, Parch. W. Ro. beson, St. Clements, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Latham, Balne, Yolkshire, farmers J. Gates and H. Silverlock, Chichester, grocers . :i. Slater. Lane-side, & J. Ashworth, jun., Cloughfold, Lanca. n shlre, cotton spinners d W. Mlloneagae and C. Church. Gloucester, ironmongers r J. G.Waterfall, W. Hattersley, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    schoolmaster, Paradise ow, IlalIfold, nearlloehdale, to Margaret, youngestdaughte f the late venerable and Itev. Robert tleyworth, Baptist .1 , ister, Cloughfold, Bobsendale. Same day. Mr. Joseph Moore, overlooker, to Miss Ann tBrooke, both of Howling-lane. Satne day, at Westgate chapel, Subscribers-only content

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