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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Worston

    inquisitions. The Greenacres family was of long standing there. 15 John Greenacres and John Taylor are named as the landowners in the Subsidy Roll of 1524 and the widow of John Greenacres in 1543 . 16 Richard Greenacres died in

    Townships Twiston

    de Greenacres , to Adam Nowell and to John de Dinelay; DD , no. 620, 621. In 1338 a further settlement was made, the estate being described as the manor of Twiston . After the death of Richard de Greenacres

    Townships Mearley

    John de Morley , Richard Nowell and John de Greenacres the tenth part of a fee in 1361 . Also in 1378 John de Morley , John Nowell and John de Greenacres held the tenth part of a fee and

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Oldham

    Greenacres , and Swineclough lived the Ogden family, of whom came Samuel Ogden , a celebrated Nonconformist minister, ejected from Mackworth in 1622 ; he died in 1697 ; ibid. 55; Dict. Nat. Biog . The New House in

    Birch Churches

    9628, box 3. E.R.O., D/ACM 12. Ibid. D/DR Q2-3; ibid. T/A 645. E.R.O., D/CP 2/44. The former rectory house, renamed Greenacres , was largely destroyed by fire in 1986 and rebuilt. Guildhall MS. 9628, box 3; E.R.O., D/CT 34. E.R.O.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREENACRES, Thomas (d.1583), of Worston, Lancs.

    of Ralph Sekerston, elected for Liverpool in 1572 with Derby’s approval, Greenacres came in at the by-election.The foundation of Queen Mary’s grammar school at Clitheroe was largely due to Greenacres and his elder brother Richard, who, with four relatives and

    GREENACRES, Richard (d.1593), of Walthamstow, Essex and Clitheroe, Lancs.

    GREENACRES, Richard (d.1593), of Walthamstow, Essex and Clitheroe, Lancs. Constituency Dates Clitheroe 1571 Ofifces Held ?Keeper of Clitheroe castle by 1585. Biography It is uncertain whether it was the son or the father who sat for Clitheroe in 1571.

    ASSHETON, Richard (by 1529-79), of Whalley and Downham, Lancs.

    on the pardon roll in 1559 it was as late of Whalley. He also bought Downham in 1558 from Ralph Greenacres and acquired leases in Northumberland, Caernarvonshire (although here the identification is less certain) and the Isle of Man. Together

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    str, Blackfriars. . . . * - d SdIer7dy, June 4. BAEKRUPTS. W Mcrley Stapleford, Notting-haw,-bobbid-lne manufaci rer. T. Jwtaas Greenacres Moor, Oldharn publican. C. Lzgwrenre, prury-larae tallow 'andler. T. Xvxrru sa ,d>;varker, H~e~ awilre, Yorkshire, scribbling-millers.' W Plegerwiear,~'ie*re 6hivef Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer. [Stevens & Co. Little St ThormasApostle. S. Lloyd, Manchester, calico printer. [Coppock, Cleveland row, St James's. P'. T. Scholes, Greenacres moor, Lancash., erocer. [Bower, Chancery la. W. Allanson, Manchester, victualler. [(lakinson & Co. Middle Temple. S. R. Whitty, Axminster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can hope to discover the true state of our own country. We are to look upon the crimes of the Greenacres and Green. smiths as the results of concert and combination,-as the sangui. nary workings of a plot which, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stropshire, corn dealer. [Pinninger and Westmacott, Gray's inn sq-are. J. Bardsley, Manchester, hat manufacturer. [Johnson and Co. Temple. D, Hilton, Greenacres Moor, within-Oldhamn, Lanoashiro, cot- ton spinner. [Jobuson and Co. Temple. J. Clarke, Manchester, paper dealer. [Newton and Ensor, Gray's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9, J. and P. Grant, Coleman street, mercdiants- October 12, W. Gadsby, jun. Cheetham, Manchester, builder- October 12, D. Hilton, Greenacres Moor, Oldham, Lancasbire, Cotton spiener-October 11, J. Hodge. 'tiverton, Devonshire crach maker-October 21, E. Burrow, Liverpool, tailor- October 17, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1831, 21 April 1831

    Independ¬ ents, Colne: Chorlev: Tyldsley Chapel : Greenacres : Unitarian Chapel, Gorton: Mosslev : Pendiehill: Ogden : Stand Lane Chapel, Prestvvicli : Blackburn, Lancashire, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed ; praying their Lordships " for the immediate <¦• and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; and Ebenezer Chapel, Bangor, 493. — Mount Street Chapel, Blackburn, 501. — Baptists, Colne; Independents, Colne; Chorley; Tyldsley Chapel; Greenacres; Unitarian Chapel, Gorton; Mossley; Pendle- hill; Ogden; Strand Lane Chapel, Prestwich; Tockholes; Wheatley Chapel, Whalley; Wharton; Padiham; Inde¬ pendent Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    Delph, Denton, Diseworth and Belton, Droylsden, Duckinfield, Ecclesfield, Eccleshall, Edinburgh, Elland and Greetland, Eyam, Failsworth, Falkland, Finchley, Forfar, Glodwick, Grapcroft, Greenacres Moor, Greetland, Grenfield, Hackney Road, Hartshead and Alt, Haslingden, Hathern, Hayes, Heanor and Calver, GEN. INDEX, LVI.—LXXV. (1801—1820.) 9 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    read; Question, That Petitions be now read, negatived; 156.—-—Airdrie, Bath, Blackburn, Bolton-le-Moors, Campsie, Cumber- nauld, Eaglesham, Forfar, Girvan, Glasgow, Glodwich, Greenacres, Holmfirth, Horwick, Hull (Kingston upon,) Kersley, Leicester, Loughborough, Manchester, Mumpsbrook, Newmilns, Nottingham, Sheffield, Sholver, Stansfield, Westminster; Motion, That the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    Delph, Denton, Diseworth and Belton, Droylsden, Duckinfield, Ecclesfield, Eccleshall, Edinburgh, Elland and Greetland, Eyan, Failsworth, Falkland, Finchley, Forfar, Glodwick, Grapcroft, Greenacres Moor, Greetlaud, Grenfield, Hackney-road, Hartshead and Alt, Haslingden, Hathern, Hase, Henor and Calver, Haywood, Higham, Hollinwood, Hooley Hill, Hounslow, Subscribers-only content

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