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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    Pilkington , F.S.A., Mr. J. P. Rylands , F.S.A., Mr. Giles Shaw , and the Town Clerks of Bolton , Heywood , Middleton , and Rochdale . For the use of plans and for information regarding the architecture of the

    Townships Heap

    1717 sold Heywood to John Starky of Rochdale , 38 whose grandson James Starky died in 1846 without issue. 39 Heywood of Heywood . Argent three torteaux between two bendlets gules . Richard Milnes was a freeholder in Heywood in

    The hundred of Bray Introduction and map

    which were often termed 'the Seven Hundreds of Cobham and Bray ' during the 13th and 14th centuries. Wargrave and Heywood were included in Bray Hundred 3 in the 13th century, as also was a tenement in Barkham belonging to

    Townships Pilsworth

    becoming a suburb of Heywood . The population in 1901 was not returned separately. The principal roads meet at Three Lane Ends near the centre. From this point one road goes northeast to Broadfield and Heywood ; another, north-west to

    Note on abbreviations

    1854 edn.), 2 vols. Heywood , Collection J. Heywood , Collection of Statutes for the University and Colleges of Cambridge . Heywood , Early Statutes J. Heywood , Early Cambridge University and College Statutes . Heywood and Wright, Camb .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei fod yn, weinidog tramor yn yr ade y torodd y gwrthryfel Cretaidd allan. Saethwyd swyddog perthyno'l i'r gwirfoddolwyr .yn Heywood, ddydd Sadwrn, yn ddamweiniol gan un- o'r dynion tra yn myned trwy eu hymarferiad. .au-; aeth y bwled trwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FANCHESTER. Y Er eiu bod yn Manchester cystal Metho.distiaid a'11 ac brodyr yn Nghymru, y mae amryw bethau yn cael IN eu' dwyn ymlaen yma na wneir yn yr hen wlad, r i1 acmryw o bethau a wneir yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Uyat iParc. W. '''im'- B-R','(yfl absenoldeb .i " Parch. Gtfifflth Parry); Meistril -Thomas . 'j]1jiam; Juhn Da-viesSalford';- ag Is~ac'Powel], Heywood -steet. Aith by irodyr ubia yyno s Sabbath iiwedaif, 'aetlq O'.t d - r ,egivwys y y ro- I~lain~lodRabert~Iillja Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymddyrchafu, a bod ol dyianwad y Band of Hope yno yn ddiangenrhsid? 1d- Arweinid y canu gan Mr. Edward Hughes, Heywood' la- street; a swynai caniadau y plant y Saeson nes o'r dyfod iw gwrando Y darnau a ganwyd oeddynt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of which you may make any use you plesse. "J. H. WOOODWA RD." 1LCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. I _ (I¶ CIATICA. Heywood, October 8, 1i71, Henry D. Branudreth, 37, Great Charlotte-st., Liverpool, Dear Si,-ThePlastersseem to preduewondeaful results. There is scarcely adaypasses Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    of Sir Michael Hicks , Secretary to the Lord Treasurer Burghley . Who also makes mention there of another named Heywood , (and a Prisoner, I suppose,) that strained himsel f so much with immoderate Laughing, that he bled Thirty

    Book 3, Chapter 7 [Monuments.] Aldersgate Ward. [St. Martins le Grand.]

    Counsellours of Jamaica , by Grace, Daughter of Sir John Muddeford, Kt. and Bar. great Grandson to Peter Heiwood, of Heywood , in the County Palatine of Lancaster ; who apprehended Guy Faux with his dark Lanthorn. And for his

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 January 1689, 23 January 1690

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1689, " of the Committee, that the "Words [" declared and were " and are illegal"] ftiould not ftand in the Bill." Then this Queftion was put, " Whether to agree " Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1766, 14 May 1766

    " Bewdley and Titton Brook in the County of Wor- " cefler, to crofs the River Trent, at or near Heywood f' Mill in the County of Stafford, and to communicate " with a Canal intended to be made between Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1770, 9 April 1770

    " Bewdley and Titton E>ook, in the County of Wor- "¦ cefier, to crofs the River Trent, at or near Heywood " Mill, in the County of Stafford, and to communicate " with a Canal intended to be made between Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1774, 23 February 1774

    Upon reading the Petition of Peter John Heywood Efquire and Elizabeth Heywood his Wife, for and on Behalf of themfelves and James Heywood, Peter Hey- ivood, Mary Heywood, Heßer Heywood, and Elizabeth Heywood, their Infant Children ; praying Leave to Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1776, 9 February 1776

    reading the Petition of Peter John Heywood Efquire, and Elizabeth Heywood his Wife, for and on the Behalf of themfelves and James Heywood, Peter Heywood, Mary Heywood, Heßer Heywood, Elizabeth Heywood, and Ifabella Heywood, their Infant Children; praying Leave to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 4, page 683 (1563)

    aunsweared so he might do if he would put into it a chickens legge, meanyng the sacrament of the altare.Ihon Heywood attached and deliuered.The same yere also followed the recantatyon of Ihon Heywoode, who althoughe he was tached for Treason

    K. Henry. 8. Qualification of the 6. articles. The recantation of John Haywood.

    chickins leg, meaning the sacrament of the aulter.The recantation of Iohn Heywood.The same yere also folowed þe recantation of Io. Heywood, who although he was tached for treasō, for denying the kings supremacy, yet vsing þe clemency of þe king,

    K. Hen. 8. Kerby and Roger Clarke, Martyrs.

    leg, meanyng the sacrament of the altar.The recantation of Iohn Heywoode. The same yere also folowed the recātation of Ioh. Heywood, who although he was tached for treason, for denying the kyngs supremacie, yet vsing þe clemēcie of the king,

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

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    TEST.CP.1842/7a

    [Fearnley] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: Walter Fearnley [Fearnley] Role: testator Details: male; Gentleman Location: Almondbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hey Wood (Heywood) : undefined Participant: Joseph Fearnley [Fearnley] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Executor of the testator Participant: George Lawton [Lawton] Role:

    CP.G.3550

    Participant: Helen Hemmingway [Hemyngway] Alternate name: Helen Oldfield [Oldfeld] Alternate name: Helen Longbotham [Longbothome] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Heywood (Hayworth) : chapelry Location: Chester (Cestrem) : diocese Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury (Bury) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1846/1

    [Pickford] Role: appellate Details: female; Wife of James Warren Pickford, Surgeon; Sister of William Newbald Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Heywood(Heywood) : undefined Participant: Anne Grundy [Grundy] Role: appellate Details: female; Wife of Edmund Grundy, Surgeon; Sister of William Newbald

    CP.G.1775

    : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Cutteyarde (Cutteyarde) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Coleyarde (Coleyarde) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Heywood(Heywood) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Little Ing Close (Litle Ynge Close) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location:

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Luke's with Old Masonians Lodge

    Notes (1): Amalgamated with Old Masonians Northern Lodge No. 7322 on 8th September 2004 to become St. Luke's with Old Masonians Lodge No. 4294 Meeting Places Victoria Hotel, Heywood, Lancashire, England 1921 Masonic Building, Richard Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, England 1953

    Lodge of Napthali

    Brunswick Hotel, Heywood, Lancashire 1858 Private Room, York Street, Heywood, Lancashire 1867 Masonic Rooms, Church Street, Heywood, Lancashire 1872 Masonic Rooms, Market Place, Heywood, Lancashire 1874 Navigation Inn, Manchester Street, Heywood, Lancashire 1879 Freemasons' Arms Hotel, Market Place, Heywood, Lancashire

 

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