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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Yate and Pickup Bank

    1901 numbered 603 persons. 1 The nearest railway station is at Darwen , 2 to 3 miles distant. At Quaker Fold is a small burial-ground of the Society of Friends, containing about forty graves and several inscribed stones in memory

    Townships Failsworth

    (new ser.), liv, 213-95. The houses are arranged in alphabetical order; among the chief are: Booth Fold (p. 215), Fletcher Fold (p. 233), Hardman Fold (p. 234), Lime Yate (p. 241), Lord Lane (p. 244), The Pole (p. 250), Wrigley

    Townships Dinckley

    free rent of 8 d . Other freeholders at this time in Dinckley and Wilpshire were Richard Craven of Craven Fold , Robert Shawe , James Astley , Richard Almond , Richard Shireburne and seven others together paying 4 s

    South Mimms Manors

    was subsequently purchased by the Middlesex C.C. 97 and 124 a. were used from 1910 by Old Fold Manor golf club. 98 Old Fold was said to comprise 132½ a. in the late 13th century. 99 At the inclosure of

    Townships Harwood

    of Edward Mosley , lord of Manchester . 12 Manchester Church had lands in Harwood in 1528 . 13 Goodwin Fold was once the property and residence of Richard Goodwin , the ejected vicar of Bolton . 14 In 1797

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MORGAN & CO. ;TOLD ia very large puantity of Iron Bedsteads, ii which they are Dow selling remarkably cheap. Strong Fold g Bedstead. feeta ...........,....... 3s. lIId., 4s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. can be had with either Sacking or Iron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awl can hso taken by the most delicate Adults a.d Children. -Testhuonlals have bean reeived from allparka of "he world, Fold in Bottles Is. l1d. 2s.lid, 4, d.,& u, y t~ ealerEDWRDHILL, Wellington, Someset Lodon Agnts ~erlay& SnsFsjrrlngtonl Street, S~dF. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can be taken by ther most delicate Adults &.d Children. Testimonias~ have been received from all parts of hbe world. Fold in Bottles 1s. lid. 2s. 9d., 4, 6 I., & lls, by th' 9ecker, EDWARD HILL, Wellington, Somerset, London. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the most delicate Adults -,d Ch e, to t Testimonials have been received from. all parts of 'be wfldiren. Fold in Bottles is. lid. 2s. 9d., 4., 6., & ls. by th' mak orld. ARD HILL, Wellington, Somerset, ],ondon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the most delicate Adults a*d Ch o to t Testimonials have been received from all parts of -be wildren. Fold in Bottles ls. lid. 2s. 9d., 4'. 61i., & les. by the SPak orld. ARD HILL, Wellington, Somerset, London. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Grasmere

    of the Fold, 1s. 8d., Jacob Holm of Tarn Foot 1s. 1d., Jane Holm of Skelwith 4 d., John Shak-Lock of the How 1s. 4d., all in Louhrigge in the Parish of Grasmere. And Francis Benson of the Fold in

    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    Kellilay, another close called Calfe Close and another called House Close and a place or close called the Yard or Fold and from thence into through and over a certain waste or Common called Helm and from thence leading to

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 22 March 1604, 22 March 1604-22 March 1604

    the Head, should have a divided and monstrous Body; or that, being the Shepherd to so fair a Flock, whose Fold hath no Wall to hedge it, but the Four Seas, should have my Flock parted in Two. But as

    Introduction, Miscellaneous notes

    court sitting at St. Paul's. At p. 353 we read of the arrest of Mr. Fold, one of the tenants of the church. Mr. Fold had not only failed to pay the rent for six months for his house in

    General Index, F, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    money sent to persons at rates of exchage in ships of travellers to or from Flying Hart , teh (ship) Fold Close , co. Lincoln Folshill , lease of lads in Fonntene , M. Fontainebleau Fontaine , Mr. Fontenel , Subscribers-only content

 

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