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Found 152 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cotheridge

    Shaylesground, Costhall 11 (xvi cent.); Churchfield , Stockoldfield, Howsons Homme , Blackmore , the Felbourne, the Plaishe, the Meares, the Fishpool , Crachley, the Sneyd 12 (xvii cent.). MANOR Oswald, Bishop of Worcester , in 963, granted land called 'Coddanhrycce'

    The city of St Albans Advowson and charities

    Street, let on lease for fourteen years from 20 December, 1900 , let at £24 a year; three cottages in Fishpool Street let on weekly tenancy and producing £49 8 s . a year; and a sum of £745 13

    Townships Bury

    Cross and Limefield to Walmersley and Haslingden . The Manchester road goes southerly from the church, passing through Buckley Wells, Fishpool , and Redvales , to Blackford Bridge over the Roch . The Lancashire and Yorkshire Company's railway from Manchester

    Parishes Farmington

    of an estate at Farmington by Roger Fishpool of Cirencester on the grounds that Thomas had bought it from John Fyfield while Fyfield was a minor and therefore not legally empowered. 158 Whether Fishpool or another heir of the Fyfield

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUCICIDE OF A PArPER TH7ROUGH 'LOVE.-On Sunday, the body of Richard Larkin, aged 23, was found in a pit near Fishpool Workhouse, Bolton. Larkin has been a pauper inmate of the workhouse almost all his life. On the 8th November Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tienhale Estat comprisee 143SA. 3 24P. of Rich PASTURE sal and ARABLE LAND, charmingly laid oust with well-groisin Timber. onnaatemtai Fishpool 3 and Casc'ades, which have been constructed be at great expense by the late owner, and is for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The chimney stack of a dyeworks was blown down, injuring a man and boy, and wrecking a neighbouring house. At Fishpool another chimney stacklell through an adjoining house, severely injuring Mrs. Rigby, who was in a bedroom, The chimney stack Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bo;LrON WoRnHaousE CHILDurE AND THE PANao- =U.-For several years past the children of pauper inmates of the Bolton Workhouse at Fishpool have been taken to the Bolton pantomimes, and entertained -with oranges, &c., by the managemeut. The offer was made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Unsitd Methodist FroO church, Chorlton eu-bledlock. by the Rev. C. Brewster, .JTs. Wardle, eldest son of Mr. Etward Gre"uhalgh, of Fishpool, Bolton, ti Louise Grove, only daughter of the late Mr. Wm. kforatio Ilorner. of Manchester. GaLmisnFw-Cs.poor..-?ov. 7th, at St. Subscribers-only content

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