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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Droylsden

    Stockport Canal , coming from the south, and near Fairfield one with the Oldham Canal , from the north. At Greenside , to the west of the village of Droylsden , is a cemetery. A stone celt, some Roman coins,

    Swavesey Introduction

    and later; a caravan park lay south of it in 1973 . 85 By 1986 houses had been built in Greenside Close leading off Middle Watch. 86 Building had begun on Hobbledods close by 1968 . 87 In 1988 ,

    Hailey Introduction 70. Hailey : Middletown in the early 20th century, looking north-west . 71. Hailey : Delly End green in 2003 , looking north .

    109 The 18 th Century During the 18th century several farmhouses and cottages were remodelled or rebuilt, among them Ivydene, Greenside and Manor Cottage at Delly End , the present Lamb and Flag and White Cottage in Middletown , Home

    West Bromwich Protestant Nonconformity

    where services were held in Fir Tree school from c . 1957 and the present church on the corner of Greenside Way and Redwood Road , designed by A. J. Jesson , was built in 1967 , 74 and the

    West Bromwich Education

    Dartmouth High School, Wilderness Lane, a comprehensive secondary school, was opened in 1965 . Fir Tree Junior and Infants' Schools, Greenside Way, consist of a junior school opened as a junior and infants' school in 1956 , and an infants'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square, Mlanchester 1 W. Howell, 75 Dale street, Deverpool; W. Wood, 78 High street, Birmneoham; W. and H. Robhison, 11 Greenside strcet, Edinburgh; T. Price, 93 Dame street, Dublin, and all Booksellers. "The best of all friends is the profe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square. fanchester V. H e 71 Dale strelt, Liverpool t W. Wood, 78 High street, Birmneham Wood H. RLoinson. 11 Greenside screAT, Edinburgh; T. Price, 3 Dame st Dubin aondealld Bookseles.o l hs nifie n rmus hc "Tte besofaltfriendsis the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hill, Lond. Heywood, Odha street, Manchester; Howell, i g Church street, Liverpoel; Campbetl, Chemist, 136 Argyle ,street, Glasgow; Rabinson, 11 Greenside sireetEdinburgh; i Berry and Co. 162 Great Britain street, Dublin. lN.B. Houra et consultation from 11 tDi 2,and Stml8in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corn- hill, London; Heywood, Oldham street, ulatichester; Hoavelt,. 6 Churdl street, Liverpool; Campbell, Chemist, 136 Argyle street. Glasgow; Robinson, 11 Greenside stredt, Edinburgh;. Berry and Co. 162 Great Britain street. Dublin. N.B. Hours of consultation frotu II till 2, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Olen..30Cerabill. L atendau c ~iaeod, Clduhayni stre~extMdanchester c Howell, SCharohi s treet. Yiverpooel cCampbell. Chemist, 1115Aecylesirced, Otasgan. . Bobinsosu It Greenside 6treet, Edinburgh; Berry sod Ca. tG: . Great artistsi street, Dnblin. N- .. Hours of eaonsllalion from it till Subscribers-only content

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

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    Surgeon Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Leeds (Leeds) : undefined Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Isle Lane (Isle Lane) : undefined Greenside(Greenside) : undefined Holbeck (Little HolbeckHolbeck (Holbeck) : undefined Wortley (Wortley) : township The Mint (The Mint) : undefined Cordingley


    (Birmingham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: George Tod [Todd] Role: witness Details: male; 34 Employment: Merchant Location: Ryton (Durham) Place(s): Greenside(Greenside) : undefined Notes: It is unclear if this is the same individual as the George Green above, but from

  • * British History Online *

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    166 23. Lodging for King of Sweden's ambassador; gift to Robert Norvell, of the kirk, yard, and croft of the Greenside, previously occupied by the friars, on certain conditions, [ Ib. fol .74 75. ] 166 August 15. Men of

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    him of certane goods, [ John Foular's Protocol Book, Vol. III., fol . 56. ] 202 December 5. Ground of Greenside granted to the Carmelite friars, [ C.R. Vol. I., fol .. 14. ] 203 1520 1, January 19. Common

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    of Carlisle, on 3 November, 1853. The Communion Plate is made out of Helvellyn silver and was presented by the Greenside Mining Co. in 1850. About this time the splendid Pewter Flagon passed into the hands of John Walton, a

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    Ib. fol . 162 ] , 223 Oct. 27. Writs and letters belonging to town; disbursement in plea of the Greenside; application for minister to pass to the westland for settling differences [ Ib. fol . 162, 163 ] ,

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    and attend to the ringing of the bells, [ Ib. ] 195 Treasurer to pay for completing the play-field in Greenside, [ Ib. fol. 30. ] 196 A pension granted as a reward to the builder of stalls in the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Phoenix - Florence Hall Gibraltar Hyde Swans wick Long Pond - Hampshire Fontabelle Southfield - - - Pembroke - - Greenside - Maxfield - Hopewell Biddeford Rosslyn Casile Manchester Brampton Bryan Bryan Castle Friendship Grange - - Lottery - Weston Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Mallet; of Corsley; of Framlingham, &c.; of Warwick Chapel, Cumberland; of Bill Quay; and of Swalwell, 176. — Wesleyans of Greenside ; of Sheriff Hill; of Gateshead Fell; of Lympstone ; and of Salterton ; Llangollen ; Ruthin; Dissenters, Ruthin Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    388. Great Britain, Females of, 389. Green, Hammerton, &c, 295. Greenlaw, 320. Greenloaning, 431. Greenock, 268. 465. Greeneside, 320. 377. Greenside, 363. Greenwich, 377. Green- wich (Two Petitions), 387. Greete, &c, 320. Grendon, 369. Gresham, 295. Griffidam, 386. Grimoldby, 362. Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1833, 8 May 1833

    3 Will. IV. 8° Mail 363 Congregational Order of Georges-street, Leeds; —of In- habitants of Seathwaite;—of Borrowdak;—of Duddon; —of Ennerdale ;—of Wesleyans of Kirton;—of Stickney; —of Foston ;—of Marton;—of Ferriby; —of Stallinghrd; —of Burgh;—of Benniworth;—of Witham;—of Keelby; —of Blyton;—of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    362; Gainsborough, 363; Gedney, 363; Glamford Briggs, 369 ; Gislingham, 377 ; Gissing, 369 ; Glemsford, 296; Gateshead Fell, 363; Greenside, 363; Glossop, 349 ; Gildersome, 138, 178; Grundisburgh, 284, 349; Goxhill, 255; Greenock, 268; Grampound, 320; Girvan, 320 ; Subscribers-only content


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