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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Butterworth

    14 d . being paid for Wardle ; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. xi, no. 56. Thomas Simon , of Highton in Essex , and Elizabeth his wife became bound to Ewan Butterworth of Chesham in 1559 ; Towneley MS.

    Townships Blackrod

    Westhoughton appears to be arbitrary; the Red Moss occupies the eastern corner and divides Lostock from Blackrod . Huyton or Highton lies on the northern boundary, while Arley -famous for its coal 2 -is the western part of the township.

    Parishes Great and Little Bourton

    able to build a parsonage in 1869 ; 184 it cost about £1,000, but the Vicar of Bourton , Alfred Highton , found it inadequate and 'perfectly mad', for it was built for a bachelor. 185 It was sold in

    Index

    sch., 174, 174, 176, 178, 181-4 tithes, 169, 179-80 vicarage, 181 vicarage-ho., 182 vicars of, 182; and see Cubitt, C.; Highton , Alfred water-supply, 175 Bowl , Jos. Albany , 132 Bowles , Thos. Gibson, 95 Bowling , 15, 32

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r2.Unol Daleithiau i gael yn . fhan eu rhDi ar brawf, fod y trefniadau er gall- [ uogi Mr. IT. Highton ?w go6sd i lawr ar draws k M6r y Werydd. yn brysur ar waith. Nid yw y I pellebyrnewydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magdalen; Maclean, Trinity, and Owen, Clare.-Egrotant: Cony- beare, Trinity; Leeke, Trinity.-Third Class: Johnson, Magdalen; Eildyard, Trinity, and Hon. A.Littleton, Trinity; Highton, Catherine; Brayshaw, John's; Aldis, Trinity; Miller, John's, and Roberts, Jesus; Mullinger, John's; Rowsell, John's; Dent, Trinity ; Hope Edwardes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    total, it is assumed, wrill have increased to .7,000,000.. (',n'the 3rd of November there will'bea shooting match vith rifed cinnoneat Highton, near Liverpool. We under. . itand the Whivworth,. Blakely, Armstrong, and Clay, can- non will compete, All will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. E. L. Lpary.-_'Roe, A. S., Grammar School, Burton. on-Trent; Rev. H. D-y.- Skillington, W., Mill Hill School, Leicester; J, Highton, -Smith. F. S., Allesley Faik College; T.yleeY1o,-* Walker, S. J., Wolverhampton-*Whitehead, S,,Kiag Edward's School, Birmingham; Rev. 0. Evans. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opprobrium of Hheldon and his party, in 1692-might no longer be enforcerd by statute oa a reluctant clergy. Thelev, Heury Highton, lktehead meeter of Cheltenham Proprietary College, maoved the adoption of the report. He said that only a few weeks Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    List of proprietors of the Bank of Australasia: 16th October 1865., 1865

    Hewlett, Henry William Hickman , Joseph Hicks , Miss Letitia ** Hickson, Rev. George * Higgins, Thomas B aker * Highton , Thomas Charles *** Higgins, William Hill , Miss Alice Hill , William- and Amy Hill Hinchcliffe , John Subscribers-only content

    Lancashire diary, 1663-1678, 1876

    [ Langton ] feilds we met and so we parted at platt bridge. 29. Saturday, One Mr. Lowe vicar of Highton came to town and would have me to come to him and abundance of effection he pretended to me Subscribers-only content

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