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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tollard Royal

    Com.), 156. W.R.O., D 1/24/207/1. Ch. Com. file 57174. Dors. R.O., D 396/T 851. Ch. Com. file 57174; ibid. deed, Eddleston to Dibben. W.R.O., D 1/24/207/1. Above, introduction. W.R.O., D 1/24/207/2. B.L. Maps, O.S.D. 64; above, introduction. Ch. Com., declaration

    The parish of Wigan Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISH of WIGAN

    or flannel charities and one or two others. 102 For the Billinge townships the principal foundation is that of John Eddleston , who in 1672 bequeathed his house and lands here for charitable uses; 103 there were several other benefactions.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, December 1593, 01 December 1593-31 December 1593

    others. Same date . "James Sirnteley (?) in Pentlande, Thomas Graye of Karling leepes, and thinhabitantes of Pentlande, Sayline mylle, Eddleston kirke, John Haye and the teanantes of Awwhenbrigges, upon Brades Robie the Grame, Jocke his brother," for taking and Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Robert Dalgleish at Linlithgow, James Anderson at Falkirk, R obert Livingstone at Biggar, Thomas Henderson at Skirling, James Robertson at Eddleston, Alexander Couper at Traquair, Daniel Gilchrist at Linton, Patrick Cuming at Ormiston, Thomas Moffat at Newton, William Robertson at

    Index, E, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    Kelso, Lord Hume retreats to, on Bothwell's advance (1st April 1594), pp. 525 6. Edderston : muster of, p. 153. Eddleston kirk : men of, complain (1592), p. 517. Eden river : p. 32. Edenhall : muster of, p. 47; Subscribers-only content

    Index of subjects and places

    467. Dunnotar , 524. Durisdeer , parson of, 351. Dutch women , donation to, 260. Eaglesham , parson of, 351. Eddleston , parson of, 351. Edinburgh , ministers of, 32; letters from provost of, 193, 245; plea by merchant of,

    Index of persons

    deacon convener, 368, 380; merchant, 129, 130, 131; water bailie. 306. Jonet, 131. Margaret, 513. Thomas, 131, 538; parson of Eddleston, 351. Snodgrass (Snodgers), Claud, tailor, 165. James, 536, 548. Nicol, 534. Snype , Andrew, 535. Phillane, 528. Robert, 535;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P'all-mnall, calico lflriitare-rmanufacturer. Attorney, Mr. Cnolkney, Cixstie-sireet; Holborn. S. W. Woolnrichl, Statford, drug,'gist. Attornry, Mr. Knowles, New-inn. BI. anid . Eddleston, BlackbIro, LIancasire, cotton-mraniifae- tqirersi Auories, Messrs. Avisc and Wlseelsr, Qissle-ste Holbarn. Ul Lanham, Dorking, grocer. Attorniis, Messrs. Russell aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pro ring abortion, on the 13th of January last. Ur. Row ands prosecuted, Mr. Cutler appeared for Wilkinson, and AXr. Eddleston, of 1Xantwioh, for Duckers. Mr. Rowlands, inopening the case, said the proseontrix, Ann Hugbes, was a respectable young widow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remarkable feature was the charge against James Eddleston of having received a silver cream jug, knowing e it to have bcen stolen from the house of Colonel Jackson. a Mr. Addison, barrister, defended Eddleston. who was comi- mnitted for trial, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she made conveyed the idea that she intended to visit a sister at Eddleston, Peebles, and she mentioned the names of Bousten and MrsYl Parnell. Enquiries in Eddleston have failed to show there is any person in the district of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farmer:. 1, Mr. Jamee Wagataff, Iockingion, Kegworth, -.-Tiest; '2, Mr. James Paddock, Aston, Newport, Salop; 3, Mr. j Richard- Hull, Eddleston, Farm, Nantwich. Dairy cow (any rbieed), Iin-calf or in-milk, having produced a calf withiin twelve --months, open, to gnrlcmpetition: Subscribers-only content

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