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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to volumes VI and VII

    ' Thomas Grimshaw ' read ' Thomas Lomax .' " " 434 a , line 24, for 'Crawshall' read ' Crawshaw .' " " 500, note 38, line 38, for 'great-grandmother' read 'second wife of great grandfather. " " 559.

    Copford Education

    H.C. ( 1894 ), lxv; E.C.C., Ledger of schools opened, closed, etc.; Eight Ash Green Hist . ed. J. Crawshaw et al., 4. E.C.C., List of Schools ( 1957 ). Eight Ash Green Hist . ed. Crawshaw et al., 6.

    Townships Higher Booths

    in 1540 between George Ormerod of Crawshaw Booth and others and Thurstan Birtwisle of the Goodshaw and others for the building of a small chapel at Morrell Heights , where the inhabitants of Crawshaw Booth , Goodshaw , Gambleside and

    Townships Adlington

    north. The village or small town of Adlington lies near the north-east border; in the south is the district called Crawshaw . The area is 1,064 acres, 1 and there was in 1901 a population of 4,253. The principal road

    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    side next to Crawshaw , proceeded to the Harestone , and then to Wilmanford; then along a syke as far as the boundary between Melling and Bickerstaffe , along this boundary to Crawshaw , and by Crawshaw to the starting

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y dosbarth ieuangaf fanylder a chywirdeb, 1- mwy nag sydd gyffredin, yn enwedig mewn Rhifydd- b :h iaeth. Edwards, Jones, Crawshaw, Williams oeddynt Er ar y blaen. Treuliwyd yr hwyr mewn adloniant dyddan, o heb fod yn ddiadeiladaeth, drwy gymorth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tnesdale, Jan. 17. PARTNERS.IIPS DISSOLVFD. T. SkefliagiOn, Weliam, Leicestershire, and G. Skeffilaton, xvilsarstono Northamnptonshire, Sinitifield cattle salesre An- ,. Inglis and D. Pirie, AbeLrdesr, tieclchants-Borradaile, Whitis', end Co. IBonv, felt inanufacturers-Jarnes and Son, KgstoO5Pan-hatnOmes. oil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :-David Iurddlestonc, Edward A. y TIalfer, Richard H. Bleby, James Etohlells, Willurn Barra. h n clough, D. Arundel Hay, Joha Crawshaw (b). t O- ANDIDATE, FOI1 THU MINIST'1RY.v ;Before enterig upon tbe imporlaut question of what n rcanlidatee shell be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Unfashionable Beauty . , Doyle 1 Fast Runner .auckland 2 Malpas .Harrison S Who's Who .Noble 0 Jack of lIearts .Crawshaw 0 Lorette . Whitoler 0 Botting: a to 4 agst Unfashionable Beauty 'afterwards 3 to I offered), 2 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (about one Dlile and three quarters); 29 subs, 18 of whom declared. Mr. Osborne's Fatfaron, 3 yrs, Oat Ilb ...... Crawshaw t 1 Mr. Wilkinson's Oldminster, 5 yrs, Sot 121b . . Alderoft t2 Lord Zetland's Plccador, 4 yrs, 7st Subscribers-only content

 

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