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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staffordshire Victoria County History advisory board

    the Stoke-on-Trent City Council Mr. A. Dobraszczyc Representing the Staffordshire Association of District Councils Mr. W. Saunders Co-opted Members Mrs. S. Bridgett Mr. D. V. Fowkes Mr. B. A. Price Mr. R. J. Smith County Editor Mr. M. W. Greenslade

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Roman Catholicism

    697; see p. 330. For some account of the financial problems of the mission in the 19th century, see M. Greenslade , A Brief Hist. of the Cath. Ch. in Stoke-on-Trent , 19-20 (copy in W.S.L.). Leith , Cobridge Mission,

    Townships Old and New Accrington

    Nicholas was to have the New Close otherwise called the Friar Hill , a parcel on the west side of Greenslade , a house called Cunliffe House, and 2 s . rent from Cornhurst, but was to pay 6 s

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    8. P.R.O., ED 7/108/68. M. W. Greenslade , St. Joseph's, Chasetown , 1883-1983 ( Stafford , 1983 ), 16; S.R.O., CEL/85/1, pp. 374-5, 387, 392-3, 436-7. Kelly 's Dir. Staffs . ( 1896 ). Greenslade , St. Joseph's , 17,

    Index

    190, 233, 252, 256, 262 Great Western Railway Co. , 213 Green (Greene): B.B., 64 Mary, see Arnold Thos., 98 Greenslade , Wm., curate of Stoke , 247 Gregory , Edm., 85, 89 Grelley : Hawise, see Burgh Rob. de,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young man, nartsed: Robert Greenslade, had been committed for trial on a charge of burglary in the house of his grandmother, Mrs Glanville, at Coomb Park, near this town. On Sunday se'nnight, a man confined with Greenslade, having obtained his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the men composing the first batch are.t.l. 1tchie, A. Abel, W. Gurney, J. Shepperd, J. Snowball, J. Ricritrlson, . Greenslade, H. Small, E. Scadding, W. Bur', and P. mIarti'. Of these Ritchie was the leader. The fact of their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    public-house, Red Lion square. He proceeded to a first-floor room, where there were eleven persons: Richie, Gurney, Shepperd, Able, Richardson, Greenslade, Burn, Scadding, Snowball, Martin, and Small. Oss searching the room, lie found three fire-balls made of rag and tow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Able, 23, porter; W. Gurney, 42, shoemaker; J. Shephard, 34, tailor; J. Sniowball, 32, and J. Richardson, 30, joiners; G. Greenslade, 30, shoemaker; H. Snall, 31, joiner; E. Scadding, 28, brass turner; W. Burn, 44, shoemaker; p Martin, 45, newsman; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H1fsrAtpie, Cheitenhant, iron- mronger. [Abbot anid Ca, Bristol.-S Caloerwell, Waslsfisrd Mills, SomerSeeshsire, miller. [Head and Vena, Exnter.-J Asfard end C Greenslade, Bridgewater' limber merchants. [Dalton, Bucklersbury.-W Procter, Leento, tinondrapyss! [Weed, Bradford--S Lioiloy, Shefieldr, moeaiofacturer of aheep-slsoars [Smijth and Bureekie, Sheffteld.-G Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    document signed by, 719 II. Greenhill , Henry, letter from, 743. Greenman , John. 1002 XXXVI. Green Pond (Newfoundland), 793. Greenslade . Orlando, 1. Greenwich (Connecticut), 975 XX. (2). Greenwich Hospital , p. 531. Greg , Thomas, 579 XXXVII. Gregg

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1719

    Dr Robt Warren, Ambrose Page, Robt Hardesty, John Mitford, Abr. Wilmer, and Daniel Selman, Esquires; Jonathan Sanford, Hy Tilbury, Nich. Greenslade, Thos Kinnaston, Abr. Kemp, Wm Andrewes, John Warner, and churchwardens. 2. Solicitor to wait on Bishop of London with

    Tables, January to December 1768, 01 January 1768-31 December 1768

    Farrell alias Forrell, James. Burglary Do. Do. Do. Do. Budsen, Elias Do. Granger, Richard. Horse-stealing Do. Exeter Do. Willes, E. Greenslade, William, Sheep-stealing Death Exeter Transpn. for 7 yrs. Perrott, Geo. Jefferies, John. Do. Do. New Sarum Transpn. Do. Hillier, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    Bowen, Post Office, Biddeford. " John Ball, Grocer. " Rich. Blackmore, Barnstaple. (130) " Edw. Fiskley, Customs, Ilfracombe. " Thos. Greenslade, Tallow Chandler, Barnstaple. " John Hardon, Merchant. " Jas. Hooper, Placeman. " Wm. Hooper, Do. " Rd. Hooper, Do. Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    Grant, Esq. Biddeford. « B. Gribble, - London. " Jn. Greenslade, Do. " Th. Gribble, - Do. " Jn. Gregory, - Do. " Jn. Gregory jun. Do. " Partridge Greenslade, Do. « Tho. Glass - Do. " Jn. Gittings, - Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1819, 2 July 1819

    follows : " You were at Wilkinson's the Wednesday before " the Election ?" « Yes." " You know Nicholas Greenslade ?" " Yes." « You met him there on the Wednesday, did " Edward Harris was called in, and Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1819, 6 July 1819

    as I paid Money to the Parties." " Do you know the Names of those Three ?" " Yes, John Greenslade, John Halls, and William Bater." ** When did they make Application to you ?" " They made Application to Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1819, 2 December 1819

    Palk Wrey Esquire, a Jus¬ tice of the Peace for the County of Devon, acting at Barnstaple, summoned one Cutcliffe Greenslade, Victualler, residing at Ilfracombe, t@ attend at Barn- " staple, and shew cause why the Penalty of Twenty 11 Subscribers-only content

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