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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Almaston (? Osmaston) Appleby Armescraft, Ashbourne Ashford, Aston, Bellisford, Belper, Bigging Butterley, Carsington, Cauldwell Chaddesden Chesterfield, Cloughead, Coldmer, Compton, Cromford, Cutthorpe, Dale Derby Dronfield, Duffield Edlaston, Glossop, Hallows Hazlewood Heanor Heartshay, Hognaston, Hollington, Hoonhouse, Hopton Little Eaton, Little Ireton, Little Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Isle of Wight, licence to Wayland , John, house of, Frome Selwood, Somerset, licence to Wayne , Gabriel, house of, Cutthorpe, Derbyshire, licence to Weale , Hannah, house of, Longhope, Gloucestershire, licence to Weatherell , James, master of a Whitby Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, July 21-31, 1672, 21 July 1672-31 July 1672

    Herts. General Anabaptist. 208 Manasses King House of Thomas Chapman, Whittington, Warwickshire. Anabaptist. 208 Robert More House of Gabriel Wayne, Cutthorpe, Derbyshire. Presbyterian. 209 Robert Cox House of Francis Ha rtgill, Kilmin[g ] ton, Somerset. Anabaptist. 209 Thomas Quarrell House Subscribers-only content

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    Appleby; Armescraft; Ashbourne; Ashford; Ashover; Aston; Atbolton; Bellisford; Belper; Bigging; Butterley; Carsington; Cauldwell; Chaddesden; Chapel-en-le-Frith; Chesterfield; Cloughead; Coldmer; Compton; Cromford; Cutthorpe; Derby; Dronfield; Duffield; Edlaston; Ford; Hallows; Hazlewood; Heanor; Hognaston; Hollington; Hoonhouse; Hopton; Langley; Little Eaton; Little Ireton; Little Over; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs. Beale aud Com''ian' The names of the deceased are Samuel Need- ham, John Needham, of Brampton, 8. Collih, of Cutthorpe, and J. Howarth, of Barlow. They were being drown olit' of the pit in a cage; the banksman omitted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brampton, before Mr. Busby, to inquire into the death of Sarah Watkinson, aged forty-two, wife of Thomas Watkinson, labourer, at Cutthorpe. The dp- ceased was an ailing woman, butrp to Thursday week was not worse than usual. On that day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    savings bank offices will be .opened il the country at Brownlow-foid, Bolton; Chale, GodahillR.S.O. (Isle of Wight); Col0ingbourne Duels, Marlborough; Cutthorpe, Chesterfld: Ford, Devon- port; Goose Green, Wigan; Hucknall-Fluthwaite, Mans- tieod; Kippax, Leeds; St. Matthew's R.O., Ipawich; Spitte, Berwick-on-Tweed; StafQord-etreet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vory short time the bodyv was iden. f aat tified as that of a man named HRerbert Crookes, residingi at Cutthorpe, and carrying on business as a butcher at E oact Clown. Vfrom. the fact that all the pockets in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a very short time the body was idea. tated as that of a man named Rerbert Crookes, residiug at Cutthorpe, and carrying on business as a butcher at Clown. ltrom the fact that all the pockets in the men's Subscribers-only content

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