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You searched for: Place: Davyhulme, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    Townships Barton

    appeared at Davyhulme in 1747 . They now have churches at Barton , Barton Moss , Monton , Cadishead and Davyhulme , Eccles , Patricroft and Irlam ; 137 the Primitive Methodists at Eccles , Barton , and Davyhulme ; Victoria County History

    The parish of Flixton

    service at Flixton in the afternoon. The plate consists of a flagon, 1776 (the gift of William Allan , esq., Davyhulme ), a chalice and two patens, and a large almsdish, 1875. The registers begin in 1570 . There is Victoria County History

    Townships Urmston

    . Urmston Hall : East Side In 1642 Susan the daughter and heir of George Hyde married Richard Hulme of Davyhulme , 36 by whom she had a son William, the heir of Urmston . She afterwards married Richard Starkie Victoria County History

    The parish of Eccles Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISHES of ECCLES and FLIXTON .

    Tetlow 's benefaction to St. Catherine's , Barton , church and school; endowment of St. Mary 's, Davyhulme ; the school at Davyhulme , founded 1792; Greaves ' School, Irlam , founded 1834; Irlam Church charity; Taylor's charity for Cadishead Victoria County History

    Townships Bury

    of Stubley. 39 A family named Allen formerly lived at Redvales . 40 Haslum also occurs. 41 The Hulmes of Davyhulme had property in Bury . 42 A petition for the delimitation of the bounds of Bury and Middleton was Victoria County History

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

    Moss estates producing 4, 000 tons of concentrated manure annually. The water-carried sewage is dealt with in bacterial beds at Davyhulme . Baths and washhouses have been provided, and the Monsall Fever Hospital in Newton . Two cemeteries, at Chorlton Victoria County History

    Index, D, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    493. -, John, boatman, Newcastle port, 551. -, -, invention for draining land, 745. -, Timothy, of Newcastle, merchant, 1204. Davyhulme , co. Lancaster, 460. Davys . See Davies. Daw Edmund, commissioner for assessments, co. Somerset, 1471 surety for C. British History Online

    Index to the reports of the commissioners for inquiring concerning charities, in England and Wales., 1840

    148 Davye, Ricuard ; Holbeach. . xxxii. Part iv. 102 Davye, Robert; St. Crux, York . . . xii. 612 Davyhulme, Hamlet ; Bradshaw's School . xvi. 96 Daw, John; Bishops Lydeard .... xv. 396 Daw, Richard ; Liskeard . Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales); with appendix. 1885-86., 1886

    I ' Trinity . - - ^f.jj 1 Trinity Branch 11 Trinity. Lee Branch- Ch. 11 Davyhulme - - - N. 5 ; Davyhulme - ;iAaue - W". 5 3 C , 4C3 470 'Dcarnley - Deudron 46S ! VBSTOX Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    The thirty-second annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1871

    See Bradley Hill - Davenham, co. Chester. — A piece of land, chapel, &c. in the parish of, for Independents. Davyhulme, co. Lane. — A piece of land, chapel, &c. at, parish •of Eccles, for Primitive Methodist Connexion. Dcuholmc, co. Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales); with appendix. 1873-74. Report, and parts I. to IV. of appendix., 1874

    Schools aided by Pa/rliamentwy Gro/nie. 351 .2 ,6 - 474 471 402 404 •162 470 481 4CS 4GS 4G8 403 ¦1(55 405 4C5 437 457 471 470 473 4CS 46S 462 474 400 400 461 401 464 400 474 Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    501.; Stockport warehousenien, 501. ; Ainsworth, 501.; Loughborough, 201.; St. louisa lleywood sewing class, -101. ; Walkden Moor, 101. ; Davyhulme anti Hixton, 301.;- 0 Bolderstena and Osbaldeoton, 20?. In consequence of next o Friday being Good Friday, and on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stead's, 5, Lumb Lane. <§,rbai.i- (SEant f.1a.7.-. AS BUTLER or VALET, by experienced Married Man; exceUent character. Address " Butler," Davyhulme HaU, near Manchester. AS GROOM and COACHMAN ; knowledge of kitchen gar- den ; single ; aged 30 ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :- Mr. William Walkden, Carrington HaU, near Mr. John Chadwick, Stretford, near Man- Manchester £110 Chester £110 Mr. John Rogers, Davyhulme, Barton, near Manchester 1* 1 0 £3 3 0 The LOCAL COMMITTEE beg to thank those members of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday evening by jumping into the IrweU near Hulme HaU Bridge, was found in the river at Stiggins Locks, near Davyhulme. The father of the unfortunate woman stated at Patrl- croft on Tuesday that his daughter, who was a "doubler" Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4,698 children were in residence in the Homes. Tho Manchester City Surveyor's annual report on tho treatment of eewago at Davyhulme states that the net cost of the work for tho year was £15,780 sc>. Oid. This sum is exclusive Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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