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You searched for: Place: Davyhulme, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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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 ;

    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

    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

    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

    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

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Davyhulme Lodge

    Davyhulme Lodge (3715) Lodge Details Named in: 1914 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1914 Warrant of Constitution: 20th January 1914. Consecrated 22nd April 1914 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 3715 Lodge

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

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    [Crowther] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Widow; Daughter of the testator Location: Flixton (Lancashire) Place(s): Flixton (Flixton) : undefined Lancashire Davyhulme(Davyhulme) : undefined Former residence; near Manchester Participant: Robert Crowther [Crowther] Role: defendant Details: male; Son of the testator Participant:

  • * British History Online *

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    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.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at their Chapel in Davyhulme , in the County of Lancaster , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Foston: Also, Upon reading the Petition of

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Faddiley; Batcombe; Flushing, Mylor; Wing; and Horsely. -Morvah; Germoe; Greenhill, Sheffield; Whissendine; Kirby Wiske; Cleckheaton; Robin-hoodsBay; Woodside; Glenfield; Royton; Cury; Davyhulme: Foston; Waddington; Heighington; Market Rasen; Newcastle, Stafford; Hibaldstowe; Wr oughton; Lanlivery; Sleaford; Nancegollan; Ludborough; Troon, Breage; Belchford; Great Glenn;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London) comprises en extensive system met of main drains which will carry the- sewage the of the- citire city to Davyhulme, where it will be beir dealt with-by precipitation works on the principle of those hich now insuccessful operaiion at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sewers, which would finally converge into one large outfall culvert conveying the sewage to the site of the works at Davyhulme, about four miles from the city. There the sewage is to be disposed of by means, chiefly, of chemical-precipitation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and clothier. roGn PGOH, Snowden Street, Portrmadoc, miller. CnUa1rN, King. Street, Stretford, ILancashire, salesmnan" STUART MBom COsNioLLT, The Hollies, Davyhulme; near Maichester, lately Pall Mall, Manchester, com- mission agent. WILLIAm Auos BArEs, St. Mary Bourne, near Andover, clerk in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s DaYy states that the s-her Iav-well over- flowed its bankcs on November ford, and finding a lower course near Davyhulme, six mles from Manchester, had entered the cana cutting between tne new locks at Is-ln and Easton, wvinch the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the late Mr. Tsoos. GOLDs- in WORPTHiY, to HANNAu. youngest daughter of the late ir. WtILLIAM Roomtts, both of Davyhulme. pu Ott the 26th ult., at St. George's church, Hanover-squaroe, London, Btu by the Venerable Archdeacon Coxe, prebend of Subscribers-only content

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