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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    Wormill, and Holme , and two parts of the tithes of his demesne pastures in the Peak, namely in Shalcross, Fernilee , Darnall , Quatford , Buxton , Shirebrook , Stanton , Cowdale , 'Crochil' Callow , 'Dunningestede,' Chelmorton ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1790, 25 February 1790

    Road from Macclesfield, in the County " of Cheßer, to the Turnpike Road at Rändle Carr Lane " Head, in Fernilee, in the County of Derby, leading to " Chapel in the Frith ;" to which they defire the Con¬ Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1790, 2 March 1790

    Road from Macclesfield, in the County of Chefter, to the Turnpike Road at Ran- " die Carr Lane Head in Fernilee, in the County of " Derby, leading to Chapel in the Frith,'* was com¬ mitted : " That they Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1790, 3 March 1790

    the Road from " Macclesfield, in the County of Cheßer, to the Turnpike *' Road at Rändle- Carr-Lane Head, in Fernilee, in the " County of Derby, leading to Chapel in the Frith." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1790, 1 April 1790

    from " Macclesfield, in the County of Cheßer, to the Turn- " pike Road at Rändle Carr Lane Head, in Fernilee, in the County of Derby, leading to Chapel in the Frith" An Adi for enlarging the Term and Powers Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1812, 10 March 1812

    Road from Macclesfield, in the County " of Chefier, to the Turnpike Road at Rändle Carr Lane " Head, in Fernilee, in the County of Derby, leading " to Chapel in the Frith, in the fame County." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. TOW NSEND), Leicester, dealer in wood. J. ANDREW, Tavistock, miller. P. J. GUNN, Newnham, druggist. W. H, WRIGHT. Cheidleighi, inaltster. R. SIIACKLETON, Leeds, corn dealer. T. JUNE, Winterton, potato merchant. W.R,. MELLOR, Liverpool, brewer. J. HIIGGINBOTIIAM, Fernilee, ironmonger. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    millIner, WILI.TAM GILOAY, Kirton Fen, and Long Sutton, both Lincoln- shire, farmer and tailor. LIQUIDATIONS BY ARRANGEMENT. JAUES f. WILLIAD1sow. Fernilee, in the parish of Hrope, Derby, formerly a gunpowder manutacturor, now out of business. HIIENRY W. COMLMY Nbttingtton county Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the inquest held at Stockport In- firmary, on Tueaday, as to the fatal explosion which occurred last Thursday at the Fernilee Powder Works, near Bu-ton, showed that the mishap resulted from the carelessness of the young roan who was cilled, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago the United Methodist Free Church . body in Ner Mills Circuit discontinued holdin" public services in their chapel at Fernilee, r Whaley 5rdge,I' in the parish of Hope, the congregation having dwindled down to vanishing point. There as in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - hen woas carrying a bundalie of clotlaes. 'le sielot, on Ft'rieiY NE( .night at Ctie Whlte Horse ptthlicltsasee, in Fernilee. wsetre an lie I rislanten also slept, wilton lite describes as about g0 yeara of C20 ag, h ti Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Other Works, 1864

    This ended our walk. We found the car¬ riage at the Philiphaugh home-farm, and we drove home by Tair and Fernilee , Ashestiel and Elibank , and passed the bears as ferocious as ever, c the orange sky of evening Subscribers-only content

    Other Works, 1864

    This ended our walk. We found the car¬ riage at the Philiphaugh home-farm, and we drove home by Tair and Fernilee , Ashestiel and Elibank , and passed the bears as ferocious as ever, c the orange sky of evening Subscribers-only content

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