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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rishton

    Ches.), i, 251. Adam son of Richard de Cowhill in 1284 -5 complained that Gilbert de Rishton , Adam his son and others had disseised him of his common of pasture in Cowhill ; Assize R. 1265, m. 21; 1274,

    Wolvercote Economic history

    the east, was divided into four fields: Blindwell (107 a.), Churchcroft (119 a.), Fries (101 a.), and Cowhill (75 a.). West of Cowhill field and north of Lower Wolvercote village was Wolvercote Leys (36 a.), presumably former arable and perhaps

    Townships Church

    54; Brockholes of Claughton D. Several families seem to have taken a name from it. Thomas son of William de Cowhill granted to Stephen del Rodes a messuage which his father had held of Uctred de Church. The rent of

    The parish of Ribchester

    in Lancs , and Ches. Antiq. Notes . Christopher Hindley (or Hindle- Hynde in Act Bk.) was of Cowell or Cowhill in Rishton . At first he 'could not peaceably enjoy the vicarage,' apparently owing to the opposition of Norcross

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Chadderton

    The mills are mentioned in several ancient deeds. 70 Matthew Fold is mentioned in 1691 . 71 John Ashton of Cowhill was one of the victims of the 'Peterloo Massacre' in 1819 . 72 There are several places of worship

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    what head the following announcement should he made. The reader will decide :-On the2dl~dnt., at Prestwick, Mr John Travis, of Cowhill, near Oldham, to Miss Betty Garside, of the same place. The knot being tied, the happy couple adjourned to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ejected." FATAL AccIDENT.--We regret to announce the death of Mr. George Dougal, Blackwood House, from an accidint, which occurred near Cowhill, on Friday. Mr. Dougal, in company with Mrs. Dougal, her brother, Captain Scott Elliott (Woodhonselee, Cannobie), Mrs. Scott Elliot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Richards, lO, Colessill Street, and 2 aiwl 3, llig1 Street, Bul Ring ; el'tea Lidigton ; Bricrle, Hig Pritchard; Cowhill, Jone, D'rlaense, Parker; Diodt1, Bagtett rGsrcat Bridge, Butler: llan~swrfls, Canning and Kcates-, Halrbars e Geld: La-.oct1o, V luttles: Odibury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their business, At Kington, near Thoraba y, the roads were flooded to a depth of throe or four feet. At Cowhill about two miles distant, the floods rose to such a heigit that the cottagers with their families were compelled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only 'diw~oiered ,esaer 1. It appe ar that a reattired journieymnen painter," Vn eog Mills, aged sixty-tive wh ed in Cowhill. Lane, had often quar- 0? relled with ;his wife Sophiea, aged fifty-six, the noisy PI' differences being. more frequent Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 December 1720, 14 December 1720

    enter into Recognizance for the faid Appellants, as defired. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Janet Maxwell Maxwel Lady Cowhill and Charles Maxwel her Huf- <w^w band ; complaining of feveral Interlocutors of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1720, 28 February 1721

    This Day the Anfwer of George Sharp of Hoddam Efquire, Refpondent to the Petition and Appeal of Charles Maxwell of Cowhill and Janet his Wife, was brought in. Ds. Delawar. Ds. Fitzwalter. Ds. North &f Grey. 'Ds. Hun/don. Ds. Compton. Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1721, 9 May 1721

    Amend¬ ment, whereunto they defire their Concurrence. After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal j^ of Janet Maxwell Lady Cowhill, and Charles Maxwell $u her Hufband; complaining of an Interlocutor of the ?> Lords of Seffion in Scotland^ of. Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1722, 5 February 1723

    or " renewing the fame." Whadcock's Bill. Ordered, That the Committee to whom the Pe-Msxwe?r« tition of Charles Maxwell of Cowhill Efquire and Janet Committee his Wife was referred, be revived, and meet on Thurfi- rtVlv"i- ™, r c ni Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1722, 18 March 1723

    Arundell Efquire and others, was brought in. Ordered, That the Committee to whom.the Petition : ie" of Charles Maxwell of Cowhill Efquire and Janet his Wife ftands referred be revived, and meet To-morrow Morning. Report of The Lord Prefident reported Subscribers-only content

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