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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Calverton

    Weedeford, Blaken field, Street field, 8 Parsonage Piece, Swans Nest Piece, Round Neale , Pot Yards Piece, the Hop Yards, Crosshill Close, Park Piece, 9 Pochers Piece, Botts Piece 10 (xvii cent.). Manor In the reign of Edward the Confessor

    Townships Clitheroe

    Clitheroe ; ibid. no. 2098. Thomas also gave his brother Ralph various lands, the local names Salthill, Wang, Coppedlaw, Bathgreve, Crosshill , Moketlands, and Aldford being mentioned in the charter; ibid. no. 1102. Also the moiety of a third part

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    'le Woluefeld' in Comley ; 31 the field of Enchmarsh , 32 possibly known as Butt field; 33 Clayhill , Crosshill , and the Thornes (near Netchley) in Cardington ; and Washfurlong in Chatwall. 34 North of Plaish traces of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CHANC.CP.1848/1

    Stanhope (Stanhope) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Willis [Willis] Role: appellate Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Stanhope (Durham) Place(s): Crosshill(Crosshill) : undefined Participant: William Pearson [Pearson] Role: witness Details: male Employment: Clerk to Henry John Marshall, Gentleman Location: Durham

    TRANS.CP.1810/2

    Location: Orton (Cumberland) Place(s): Little Orton (Little Orton) : undefined Location: Wigton (Cumberland) Place(s): Oulton (Oulton) : undefined Cross Hill (Crosshill) : undefined Location: Westward (Cumberland) Place(s): Breckenthwaite (Breckenthwaite, Breconthwaite) : undefined Location: Bowness-on-solway (Cumberland) Place(s): Drumburgh (Drumburgh) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parch. JohnL Richards, .yn ead; e0i 'gynorthwyo gai y 'Parch. iRichtard- Roberts, ficcr .&mlweh, Robert W. Rounald, Y~sw., M.D., Crosshill, Glasgow; ag Emily Paget, merch ieuangaf y diwedd- ar John Hughes, Ysw., Tyddyndai, Amhreh; MARWOLAETHAU. - IEVAKS-Ar y. 30ain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Dewilass, a John Evans, i Ystafell; Aberarth a Talybryn, David Lloyd, Drefach, a John M. Rowel, Ironmonger.; Penant, David Morgans, Crosshill, a David Jones, Dyfirfiyarth; Bostsasexon, ICaa Evans, Wernlaeth, a John Evans,' Dolgwyddau. Drwg genym na dywy parotoad, fel yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D Panl, sometime residing at Ovington square, Brompton, London, and now residing at West Itegent street, Glasgow- H J M'Arthur, Crosshill, West Kilbride, commissien agent and potato dealer- J Emslie, Dunfermlire, manufacturer and commission agent-J Henry, Milton of Campsie, baker-J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Christmas number of Exeteo Hall, by the same publishers, has on its opening page, " The Legend of the Crosshill," words by Longfellow, set to nmusic by J. L. Hatton. This is a simple and unaffected melody in A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1883. RECEINVLG ORDERS. FasnDznzcn WLZLLx WOOD, Crosshill, Yorkshire, school- master. WoiLcroik CoLun MAcmust, Westgats and Highgate Terrace, Dewsbury, carpet and linoleum dealerand house funisher. TnotAs VaneY, Durham, glass, cina, and earthenware doaler. Guesser DoDswoTrrH WAnR, Bishop Auckland, saddler. BAsroTo TANEOSAL4, Subscribers-only content

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