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You searched for: Place: Elworth, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Penselwood Penselwood c. 1842

    called Pen field and later Great field stretching south from the church to the southern boundary; the other, known as Elworth and later as Elliotts , to the west and also reaching the southern boundary. Consolidated strips still survived in Victoria County History

    Index, E, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Scottish Border family, I. 153, 567, 571, 580, 592 II. 173 (2), 263, 318, 394, 422. Elwoodes . See Elwalds. Elworth , East- (Est Elworthe), Dors., I. g. 981 (109). Ely , Camb., Cathedral priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 52) British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s be at liberty in 8 or 4 weeks are dtiving ItO fIdlcatve horse power, and are very teoxomical-D. Foden, Elworth Foundr), SindLah. 898 3iX-FORBI Portable Ensine, S-inch CyinHller. by ClaCyton and tihuttleworth; aund1 douule-hilst Finjsleng fdachine br Rush ten Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Spur ly Wheel, and Pinion ztone foundatIon, bi w/eeta; ere driuin i60 Indctive bore Psover, and are yen ecocnernlsL-B, .4n Elworth Fowundy, saudhasli,.. 148S QIX.HORBH Portable Engine, 6-iash Win~d r;bt Ol u nal I.) 8hutUtewrth; and- 1double-blsea WinIahLaO R rEZS Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FOR SALE-LAND AND BUILDINGEL (LD13URY.-For Sale, excllent Freehsold Property, in B~road 0 Strect, Langley. Annual rental, £30. I'ice £365.-,), Purdo~, I Oldbsery. CI9SI IP S-1E,1OFORtD.-Doloulo-frouted Residence for '-ale, near eatliion.I *,Only £2I0. Poser chambers.-J._Sands, builder. e7712 I~ r1~INI' Road. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    au SblL ltsaxaLo the London anad North-Western Railway StatLer.. LOx 14.-All that Piece ot LAND- containce absstl'.Is ill', rsituate at Elworth, on, the road leading, fretm trnstl tcis Wnejelock;, spolusite Messrs. Foden and CoUsL'atrs dtt a -Scodhash RailwayBtuation-- Eljans and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    YESTERDAY'S MARKETS. FR'E I GH TS. LON.Dor-FronTs the East rates are very low. Bombays quoting 15s. prompt for spot loading. Kurrachee wreak for rrornpt. and only a very limited inquiry for forward toniage. Calcutta dul. Alexandria quiet. Black Sea Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    points p culg atu. Sire was well supported by Miss 1l'h; ' a h Mioess cf Broadmeads), Miss Gladys Hiomfrey Elworth '(n~ale)-B~is 1 (M~ary Middleton), Mr W. T. elltY M o i Etrookefiold), arid Mr Mark Quilnton (John er tra Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    resulting from their expedition. It transpires that the peait banns ought to have been published in Lewknor and Tets- Febr, Elworth Churches, but were only published in the former. Rev. some BLOXH AM. excel NORTM OXFORDSHIRE CONSERVATIVE~ bran( fASSOCIATION. Secr Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lease 24* years - ___t m l "*-: Pr-e-L-? 730 - A PPIy on the premises, or to TO^STcheUeJ! ■ Elworth - f » ». Sloaue-square, and 204, king's. T-r mE TOWN-RESIDJENCEliTManchester-square to be £_._ • ' * u ™ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    y n ' Cornwall, tanner, Aug. 24, 25, Sep. 4, Olivers Hotel, Bodmin, Cornwall. Alts. Brooking & Sturr, Lombard-jtreet; or Elworth, Devonport. John Sherr att, i-rescott, Lancashire, money-scrivener, Aug. 7, 8, Sep. 4, Star and Garter Liverpool. Atts. Avison, Liverpool Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Jottings. The member, of the County Council are informed «*»«^snagist*atw propose to keep the wine in the ShirenaH cellars whilst handing over the buildings and other property to the new owners. Such retention is perfectly tair. The wine was Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A YEAR'S STRIKES IN NEW" YORK. 'I he disastrous effects of strikes are shown by those which occurred in New York in 1883. There were 44,950 strikers of various kinds during tho year, and they lost 366,150 days' work, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    The thirty-ninth annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1878

    and failing them, to the right heirs of the said William forever; witnesses, William Beryngton, of Bradewall, Rondell Rawne, of Elworth, Sir Richard Malkyn, clerk, Raffc Iloppe, Richard Chawho, and James Richardson. [19 & 20 Eliz. m. 6 (4).] Ravexscroft. Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales for the year 1861. Population tables. Vol. I. Numbers and distribution of the people., 1862

    James, Congleton - St John, Byley part of b - St John, Buglawton - St. John Smallwood - St Peter Elworth J - St Stephen, Congleton - All Saints; Weston ... Christchurch, Crewe - Holy Trinity, Bickerton; part\ Leighton-cum-Minshull-Vernon || Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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    Buglawton (|>art of) • ° - Byley (port of) t b - Congletou St. James - Congleton St. Stephen - Elworth St. Peter J - - - - Mosley ------ (Diocese of Lichfidd). Mowcop (part of) § e (Diocese of Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Board of Education. I. Associations constituted under the Voluntary Schools Act, 1897. II. Associated schools and amounts of aid grant paid. III. Unassociated schools and amounts of aid grant paid., 1900

    A Aid Grants to Associated Schools. 19 Chester Diocesan Association — coviiinued. School Number- Name of School. Amount o( ¦ Aid Grant! School Number. Name of School. Amount •at Aid Grant. "2,630 16,741 4,475 22,601 6,548 3,482 4,100 12,691 Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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