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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Withington

    son of William de Fallowfield ; Booker , Didsbury , 124. Thomas son of John de Fallowfield (Falufeld) in 1317 granted to Nicholas son of Sir Henry de Trafford land and wood called Ditchflat in Fallowfield in the vill of

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Great and Little Heaton

    ; Hey ton, 1447; Heaton (xvi cent.). Faefeld, c. 1280; Faghefeld, 1331; Faufeld, 1344; Fawfeld, 1368; Falefelde, 1447; Faughfyld, 1586; Fallowfield , modern. Pronounced Fawfield. These townships, mostly on high ground, which slopes away to the south-east to the River

    Townships Chorlton -with-Hardy

    population numbered 9,026. The principal roads are those from Manchester south through Chorlton to Withington and west from Withington and Fallowfield to Stretford . The Midland Company's railway from Manchester to Stockport crosses the northern part of the township and

    Townships Stretford

    by a bridge at the point where the ford was. 3 From Stretford village roads go east and west to Fallowfield and to Urmston . Old Trafford has to some extent become urban, and there are many streets of houses

    Townships Rusholme

    extended to include the detached portion of Moss Side on the north-east corner, and that part of Withington known as Fallowfield . The land formerly belonged to the Entwisles of Rusholme House , as their residence was called. It had

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Andrew Undershaft

    John Cooper 18 Sir Edmond Sawyer 30 Mr. Towers 24 Mr. Dawson 10 Mr. Clark 12 Mr. Boone 16 Mr. Fallowfield 12 Mr. Hartwell 12 Mr. Russell 12 MS. p. 53a. Mr. Addison 10 Mr. Tailor 40 Mr. Steward 14

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Morland

    Fallowfield 2 Bernard Bainbridge 1 Thomas Yeates 1 Matthew Chester 1 William Stephenson 1 Lancelot Fallowfield 2 Christopher Bryan 1 Christopher Taylor 1 John Bryan 1 widow Petty 1 James Fallowfield 1 Edward Gibson 1 Henry Lambert 1 Thomas

    America and West Indies, July 1739, 01 July 1739-31 July 1739

    their attendance at church. Entry . p. [CO 5/667, p 245 ] 262 July 11 Georgia Office Same to John Fallowfield. The Trustees, having received a good account of your sobriety and abilities and readiness to undertake the office of

    North Westmorland, Catholic recusancy and Protestant Dissent

    Nich. Denkin 80s. *Tho. Sowerby 60s. Edw. Guy, Appleby 100s. John Salkeld 50s. *John Kendall 50s. *John Browne 50s. *Wm. Fallowfield 50s. *Hy. Bowman, Bampton 50s. Wm. Bland 50s. Ric. Arey and other 150s. *Rob. Hutchinson & other 150s. Edw.

    Parishes (East Ward), St Andrew, Crosby Garrett

    during the present research. William Colstone 1377 1380 Henry de Sandford 1535 Charles Musgrave d.1595 Lancelot Shaw 1595 d.1636 Richard Fallowfield 1636 r.1645 Edmund Mauleverer 1646 Joseph Bousfield 1657 r.1660 Christopher Jackson 1660 r.1663 Edmund Mauleverer 1663 d.1702 Thomas Denton

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. West Ham.

    Ham on the East. In the Church are these Monuments of Note. MONUMENTS. In the Chancel upon the Pavement. Henry Fallowfield , Merchant of London , deceased the 4th of May, 1566 . Aged 54. Having a stedfast Hope of

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

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    CP.G.2542

    Kippax (Kepeck) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Roland Lea [Lee] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: St John Lee (Northumberland) Place(s): Fallowfield (Fallowfeild) : township St Oswald in Lee (Sancte Oswaldi, Saint Oswolde) : chapelry St John Lee (Sainte John Lee)

    CP.G.2543

    Lee (Northumberland) Place(s): Fallowfield (Fallowfeeld) : township St Oswald in Lee (Sancti Oswaldi) : chapelry Northumberland Hexhamshire (Hexhamshire) : liberty Participant: Rowland Lea [Lee] Role: witness Details: male; 60; yeoman Location: St John Lee (Northumberland) Place(s): Fallowfield (Fallowfeeld) : township

    CP.G.1306

    (Sancte Oswaldi) : chapelry Participant: Roland Lea [Lee] Role: witness Details: male; 90; husbandman Location: St John Lee (Northumberland) Place(s): Fallowfield (Followfeild) : township St Oswald (Durham) St Oswald (Sancte Oswaldi) : chapelry Participant: John Forest [Foreste] Role: witness Details:

    CP.G.1348

    Oswald (Sancti Oswaldi) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Roland Lea [Lee] Role: witness Details: male; 90; husbandman Location: Easington (Durham) Place(s): Fallowfield (Fallowfeild) : undefined St Oswald (Durham) St Oswald (Sancti Oswaldi) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Forest [Forest; Foreste] Role:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Mrs John .Jones Pr y "Made up cushion of patchwork (sik, satin, or velvet). Goreo, Miss HI. Jones, Oaklvnue, Fallowfield. Dychwelodd y wobr at gronf r y capel. 1S. Anercbiad gan Dr. Emnrys Jones. 19. Beirniadaeth Parch, B. Humphreys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waith dirwestol yn 1, mhlith merched. Hi yw y foneddiges d sydd yn arolygu y cartref i ferched yn i Fallowfield, ac yn benaf trwy ei hymndrech- d ion hi y prynwyd y Ile. Gall y cartref s gynwys tua Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suspicion of kaving coin- snitted the crime. X WASHINGTON (PENSSYLVANIA) Auig. a.-On Wednesday, MI!- liom Crealtiord, a wealthy farmer, of Fallowfield township, Wash- iusthbn county, was committed to gaol for the murder of his son Wery, at ahout the age Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cent. on the Ordinary Shares-and steadily increasing. Dl RECTORS. The Right Hon. BARON AUCKLAND, Queen's-square, West- JOHN WM. MACLURE, Esq., Fallowfield, near Manchester. minster. ALEXANDER McEWEN, Esq., Lombard-house, E.C. The Righlt Hon. the EARL of DUNRAVEN, Coombe Wood. JONATHAN NIELD, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they havebeen killed by the Nihilists. General Sir J. L. A. Simmons, 4ajors eRoke and Ohis- . holme, aud Captain Fallowfield will represent the English Army at the great manoumvres aear Brbslau. There has been a serious mortality Xfisom measles Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Fallowfield Lodge

    Fallowfield Lodge (3693) Lodge Details Named in: 1913 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1913 Warrant of Constitution: 21st October 1913. Consecrated 19th December 1913 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 3693 Lodge

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1816, 6 May 1816

    No¬ tice to Dame A. Abdy, to be confidered ty ite- Bill. Im- SirW.Abdy's Upon reading the Petition of John Fallowfield Scott of Divorce Bill, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of Middlefex, Gentleman, Agent for Sir William Abdy of Hill Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1816, 7 May 1816

    Purpofes therein mentioned." The Order of the Day being read for taking into Con- Confideration fideration the Petition of John Fallowfield Scott Gentle- of Petition man, Agent for Sir William Abdy Baronet, prefented to ^l^p^l" the Houfe Yefterday; praying, " Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1816, 8 May 1816

    read for taking into Con- SirW.Abdy's « diftinguifhing the Number in each County, and the ^deration the Petition of John Fallowfield Scott of Lin- Divorce BilI> " Number of Partners concerned in the Banks of each coln's Inn, in the Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1823, 19 February 1823

    Barnard Fisher, William Clarke and Robert Falkner and Dorothy his Wife, were Plaintiffs, and John Mackaness, John Ingram Lockhart, John Fallowfield Scott, Edward Morgan, Richard Morgan and William Hayes, were Defendants ; and praying, " That the said Decree and Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1823, 4 July 1823

    younger, Emma Johnson, Louisa Johnson, Henry Collier, Richard Barnard Fisher, William Clarke, and Robert Falkner and Dorothy his Wife, John Fallowfield Scott, Edward Morgan, Richard Morgan and William Hayes, some of the Respondents in a Cause depending in this House, Subscribers-only content

 

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