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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Chipping

    John de Knolls , also son of Richard , made a feoffment of his lands, water-mill, & c., and Emma his widow in 1373 , holding in dower, also granted to feoffees, who afterwards gave to Roger de Knolls .

    Parishes Woolstone

    There, at the former boundary between Woolstone and Oxenton , 4 is a fortified earthwork called the Knolls . 5 From the Knolls the boundary between the parishes ran in a nearly straight line WSW., passing north of Crane Hill

    Parishes Oxenton

    hill for an ox-pasture; that area was referred to in the 11th century as 'oxna dunes cnol', 3 and the Knolls survives as the name of the Iron Age fortification on the summit of the hill. 4 The Tirle brook

    The parish of Ashton-under-Lyne Introduction, manor & boroughs INDEX MAP TO THE PARISH OF ASHTON UNDER LYNE

    sister, daughters of Richard de Knolls , were heirs to messuages and lands in Ashton . Agnes (apparently the widow of Richard ), then wife of Richard de Limepithurst, and Joan widow of Adam de Knolls , had dower. Gilbert

    Parishes Wingrave

    in the church. 203 It was granted in 1589 to Sir Edward Stanley . 204 The name survives in 'The Knolls .' In 1548 4 acres of land in this parish, worth 1 s . 9 d . yearly, maintained

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stare Gazeette. .IIietcnr, Morsaleli, aced CoI, Loerdore. Ill aerd Co., St Aura's sttuare, 1i, II-ed,- rOARVIDIN\G and DAY SCHOOL, Stony Knolls, nasa dlcc~11itvviir, oct11 lti-Ot5EN on Tuesday the 19th of Janunry. liii the 7th eeC .aineary, 18gg, trill ho eublished Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    188 1. The Superintendent of Police staeted that a police-constable named Atkins was murdered ayat the pla ce called the Knolls, Kingston, about the time cae ment iorred. Prisoner was remsanded, p ending further enquiries. A TmueN ON Frstn AT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 2, iwmina, Moor. Srenos'1e11tF. (at 10.45).-This day, December 30, Shawbury Village; NVttnesday, 31, Lotns Park'; Friday, Jauuary 2, Leato3 Knolls, STAFFORI)SHaWE, SOoUn (at 11).-This day, Deceember 30, Fair Gait Lodge ; riday, January 2, Trent Valley Station, near Lich. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Offehureb, In tbie county, aged i) year, AiiolD, wife of the R1v. Peter Blaeciburn. On the 2od loot.,, at Leaten Knolls, Salop, Charlotte Sophia, youngeat daughter of the Inte Francis Lloyd. Esq., of Doogay, in the conosy ot Idontgcmery. end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Sandford, of Sandfeord, Es. ; Sir C. F. Smythe, of Acton Burnell, Bart.; and C. S. Lloyd, of Lenten Knolls, Esq. STixA Pryosnsi mmn.-R. T. Adderley, of Barlaston Hall, Stone, Esq. ; W. F. Giffard, of Chillington, Fsq. ; Subscribers-only content

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