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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Manchester (part 2 of 2) MOSLEY OF MANCHESTER , & c.

    three others in Collyhurst , & c., in the ordinary circuits, with a Welsh church, St. David's, in Collyhurst ; 203 Primitive Methodists: Three, in Ancoats and Collyhurst ; United Free Methodists: Four, in the Ancoats and Collyhurst districts; Independent

    Townships Manchester (part 1 of 2)

    and the Medlock is called Ancoats . The north-east corner of the township, on the bank of the Irk, is Collyhurst ; half-way between this and the cathedral lies Newtown . The population in 1901 numbered 132, 316. In the

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Alkrington

    being buried at Middleton . 14 His eldest son Robert married Anne the daughter and heir of Nicholas Mosley of Collyhurst , and died in 1710 , a very aged man. 15 His son John died in 1718 , and

    Townships Elton

    (Chet. Soc), ii, 136-8. A settlement of the manor of Brandlesholme, with lands in Bury , Moston , Newton , Collyhurst , Horwich , and Spotland, was made by Thomas Greenhalgh in 1556 ; Pal. of Lane. Feet of F.

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    (m) 298 Clayden ( Manchester ), 240 Clayton ( Manchester ), 282 Clifton ( Eccles ), (t) 404, (m) 404 Collyhurst ( Manchester ), 241 Croft ( Winwick ), (t) 168, (m) 168 Crumpsall ( Manchester ), (t) 262, (m)

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda

    . for his 1/20 9 343 24 Jan. Payment being made, his assessment discharged 9 394 Nicholas and Feas. Moseley, Collyhurst, Co. Lan caster. Page 834 1 Oct. 1647. Vol. A No. or p. Nicholas assessed at 120 l . Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, July 1646, 01 July 1646-31 July 1646

    defence against the Parliament's forces. 184 632 4 Aug. Fine 140 l . 3 192 Nicholas, Son of Fras. Mosely, Collyhurst, Co. Lancaster. Vol. G No. or p. C. 175 502 P.E. 175 499 503, 505 O.T. 175 498 13 Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places

    Roger, 97. Roger, 97. William, 152, 153. Collins , John, 142. Collinson , Katherine, w. of Ralph, 10. Ralph, 10. Collyhurst , 138. Colman , Francis, 39. Coltman , William, 100. Colne , 9, 30, 64, 80, 94. Conishead ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11in-tiligs, Gray'u-illu-sjqaJle. D. Jermnyn, Great Yarmouth, merchant. Attornies, Messrs. Swaine, Stevens, and Co, Frederick's-p lae, Gid Je esry. J. Statham, Collyhurst, Manchester, dyer. Atroraies, Messrs. Appleby anid Sergeant, Giay's-inu-square. T. Cobiuru, iVitney, Oxfordshire, woonstapler. Attornies, Messrs. Bonsfield and Williasss, Bouverie-street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carter and Co. Emmett street, Poplar, house aird ship joiner.-J. Hayw-ed aeid R. Docker, Birmingham, aitorrreyt-D Btydori anrd W. Newton, Collyhurst, near Mar. purhey, laucliteorr, hoitders-T. and J Ullis, Sheffield;, sur- geoni's instruisent maker-1. and J. Tildisley, Willenhall, Stafford-hire, saddlern' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. and H. Wilders and B. Hoskins, Borton-upon-Trent, Staf- fordshire, brewers- I., C., and W. Barningham and J. W. Smith, Collyhurst foundry, near Manchester, ironfounders; as far as regards J. W. Smith-R. J. and A. Hill, Plymouth Iros Works, Merthyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    share broker. [Cornthwaite and Adams, Old Jeowy chambers. T. Fidgen, Liverpool, bootand shoermanufacturer. [Kirk, Symond's inn, Chaocery lane. A. Lord, Collyhurst, Manchester, dyer. [Gregory and Co., Bed- ford row. DIVIDENDS. May I1. S. H. Pike, Great Bath street, Cold Bath Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    what she would take, when she replied, " A glass of warm ale." TIie Rev. B. Addison, the rector of Collyhurst, Manchester, has conducted open-air preaching in his district on three occasions since last week. The numbers increase at every Subscribers-only content

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