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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Charities

    overseers towards cost of new workhouse (see p. 130) and 20 s . charged on poor-rates; charged on land at Harriseahead by 1919 and lapsed on sale of land soon afterwards. Katherine Egerton 17 Will proved 1756 £2 10 s

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    19th cent.), 96 Hargreaves Mill Ltd. , flint grinders, 168 Harley , Sir Edw., 19 n Harpfield , see Stoke-upon-Trent Harriseahead , in Wolstanton , 330 Harrison , A. W., 8; J., 299; John (fl. 1720), 243; John (d. 1798),

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 16 November 1830, 16 November 1830-16 November 1830

    County of York , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Harriseahead, Wolstanton: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congreg ation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Harriseahead Wesleyan Chapel, in the Parish of Wolstanton , in

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Seamer; Drayton; West Ashby; St. Neots, Huntingdon; Fowey; Filey; St. Weonard's; Burnham; Colan; Fenton; Snailsworth; New Radford; Torksey; Kirk Deighton; Harriseahead, Wolstanton; Kirkby Stephen; Wragby; Kirkham Gate, Wakefield; Lusworth; Plumpton and Billsboro'; West Bromwich; Gate Helmsley; Green Hammerton; Acklam; Wigglesworth;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor- head, Wol- worshipping at their Chapel in the Parish of Tywardreath, shipping at Harriseahead Wesleyan Chapel, in the Parish stanton : in the County of Cornwall, whose Names are thereunto of Wolstanton, in Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    West AshbyjSt. Neots, Huntingdon; Fowey; Filey; St. Weo- nard's; Burnham ; Colan; Fenton; Snailsworth; New Radford ; Torksey; Kirk Deighton; Harriseahead, Wol- stanton; Kirkby Stephen; Wragby; Kirkham Gate, Wakefield; Lusworth; Plumpton and Billsboro'; West Bromwich; Gate Helmsley ; Green Hammerton; Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1833, 10 May 1833

    ford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a of Harrisea- Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor- head ; shipping at the Wesleyan Chapel at Harriseahead, in the 4 B County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    of Broseley; of Whitchurch ; of Little Dawley; of Ketley Bank; of Wednesbury; of Rowley Re¬ gis ; and of Harriseahead, 281. — Wesleyans of Barton under JVeedwood ; of Golden Hill; of Cheddleton; of Coseley, Sedgley; of Flash ; Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    East, 461. Harmston, 540. Harpole, 765. Harptree, East, and Chewton, ;ij. Harpurhey, 657. Harrington, Inhabitants, 44. Harrington, Wesleyans, 438. 570. Harriseahead, 721. Harrogate, High and Low, 352. Harrogate, Independents, Sfl-l. Harrogate, Wesleyans, 748. Harrow-on-tlc- Hill, 771. Harrowden, Little, 719. liars. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being fifteen feet. ANOTIFac GuNPOWDoEn EXPLOSIoN.-A terrible accident occurred last week in the house of a " butty collier," of Harriseahead, named Bootb. This man bad to keep in his cottage the powder required in the adjacent mine, and serve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the af Trunstall police from Black Bull, It appears that on -Monday afternoon Charles Albert Hancock (14), who resided at Harriseahead, and was employed in one of the pits of Messrs. Heath and Sons' Black Bull Collieries,, left his work Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten beasts, and on Sunday, four, the result of the first attack of the plague on his stock. Mr. Hume, Harriseahead, has lost two cows; Mr. Dean, Norton two more; Mr. G0lover, Ford Green, five more; Mlr. J. hlountford, Baddeley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fortunately were houses where ench young blackguards were har- boared and supplied with drink.-Two charges arising ont of the notorious Harriseahead well case ooeuPled the Court some time. Danloelloulton was firatolargedwithassaultilg Hainnah Blood, and tllit 1itht 178 Uab id will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through ill-health, and the Rev. Joseph Sykes, of Alderley Edge, was too feeble to attend. The 1ev. Seth Dixon, of Harriseahead, au aged minister. lying, it is feared, at the point of death, had a telegram of sympathy sent to Subscribers-only content

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