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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Newton in Makerfield

    65 The Wesleyan Methodists have a church, Brunswick , at Earlestown ; and the Primitive Methodists also have one there. The Welsh Calvinistic Methodists have a place of worship at Earlestown ; as also have the Welsh Baptists. The English

    Townships Winwick with Hulme

    The London and North- Western Company 's main line to the north passes through the township, with a junction for Earlestown near the northern boundary. The Sankey Canal passes along the western boundary. A great lunatic asylum has been erected

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    ( Manchester ), (t) 293, (m) 293 Droylesden ( Manchester ), (t) 282, (m) 282 Dumplington ( Eccles ), 374 Earlestown ( Winwick ), 132 Eccles , 352 Ellenbrook ( Eccles ), 391 Failsworth ( Manchester ), (t) 273, (m)

    Townships Parr

    Pocket Nook being situated next to St. Helens . 1 From this point another road takes a winding course to Earlestown in the east; passing Parr Stocks , Broad Oak , and Havannah . To the south is Ashton 's

    The parish of Winwick Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISH of WINWICK

    two battles were fought near Winwick . In more modern times coal mines have been worked and manufactures introduced, and Earlestown has grown up around the wagon-building works of the London and North-Western Railway Company. The agricultural land in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rheolaidd bob trin mis.. - * 'H naduriaetlh Caer':' Liysbyswyd oddiyno'fod.gwr.. b iehiin'a oD'r enw Mi:r. 'l R'obefts, gynt' a Earlestown, wediueael gwaharddiad i; brbgethR gyda ni; fel DCyfuan- deb, ,ohe iydd y- golygisdaif y mae yn en, dal; gydas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lle hwn Bc iar hyn o bryd. Barrow, 70p; Dalton, 15p ; Millom, VF rr 70p ; St Heleas ac Earlestown, 70p; a Wigan, 6Op. Ws ;h Wrth fod mwy nag un o'r llaoedd nehod yn owyno Yn , yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... Everton Brow, Lancas. Bethlehem, Lancashire Bury, Manchester Rochdale Seacombe, Liverpool .. Walton Park, Liverpool Wigan ... St. Helens ... Earlestown ... Newtown (S) ... Bryncethin, Mor. ... Gower Road, Mor. ... Penmaenmawr Glyn, Car Turf Square, Car. Cesarea, Car. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2100 1648 116 SWicoanbe ... 420 6600 23560 157 Wigan ... 185 800 500 42 StE Helens ... 400 40 Earlestown ... 150 600 2560 20 55214 4041 O'r addoldai uchod y mae 21ain yn y Gog- ledd a 30aiu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gae -oed y Parch. J. Williams ya analluog i mgyt-eryd' chwblhau y casgliad tuag at ddiddyledu' addoldai Wigan, Dalton, ac Earlestown, yn ol trefniad y C. K. diweddaf, dymunwyd ar y Parch. T. Gray i ymafnyd ye y gwaith, V Subscribers-only content

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