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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Longsdon LONGSDON 1991

    . 83 Over Longsdon at least descended with the Audleys' manor of Horton until 1400, 84 but the descent thereafter is not known. Over Longsdon probably centred on Great Longsdon and Little Longsdon farmhouses, and Nether Longsdon on Dunwood hamlet.

    Leek Stanley STANLEY 1991 Stanley Mill

    62 and later part of a civil parish which included Endon and Longsdon until 1894. That year a new civil parish called Endon and Stanley was formed, excluding Longsdon . 63 There is a small village on the west side

    Horton HORTON 1991

    Horton was sold to Thomas Egerton , later of Wall Grange , in Longsdon , and his son-in-law John Wedgwood , later of Harracles, also in Longsdon . 85 Wedgwood's share descended with Harracles. 86 In 1571 Egerton settled his

    Leek Introduction The Double Sunset Behind the Cloud THE ANCIENT PARISH OF LEEK

    13th century at Wall in Longsdon , where they established a grange. Leekfrith and Rushton Spencer lay in the earls' 'forest' of Leek , and the earls also had a hunting ground at Hollinhay in Longsdon . Stock farming, which

    Leek Endon ENDON 1991 ENDON (detail) 1991

    area 6 and later part of a civil parish which included Longsdon and Stanley until 1894. That year a new civil parish called Endon and Stanley was formed, excluding Longsdon . 7 The area is mostly pasture, but there is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a largely increasing trade is springing up on the Continent, and that arrangements have been made with Messrs Bessemer and Longsdon to manufacture Bessemer steel, for which there is now a great demand. The capital being fixed at 230,0001. there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Hill mld Mr Eaton duly elected. No order was made as to costs. DERBYSHIRE (North).-In the case of " Longsdon and )thers v. Arkwright," for the Northern Division of the ounty of Derby, notice was left on Tuesday at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Six Months, from the date of Allot- ment of Shares of the Company. MANAGING CoMITTEEs. Bessemer, H., Esq. (Bessemer and Longsdon), 4. Queen Street Place, Edwards, C. l., Esq. Hlandsworth, near Birmingham. Mauic, George, Eeq. (Simpson, Maule, and Nicholsonl, 9, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Six Months, from the date of llot- mont oi Shuwes of the Company. lIANACIlNO CO)illTTER. Bessemer, I., Esq. (Bessemer and Longsdon), 4. Queen Btroet Plaee, Edivards, e. H., Eej., Mfandaworth, near Birmingham. Maical, Gieorge, 1Se9. (SlooPeCU, Idarrio, and Nmnhoieoon, D, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Six Months, from the date of Atlot- mieet otf iaree of the Company. MANAcINc COsMMIrTTEEs. Besemer, II., Req. tBessemer and Longsdon), 4. Queen Street Place, Edwards, C. H., Esqi. Handoworth, near Birmingham. Mao1e, George, Esq. (Simpson, Mauls. and Nicholson), 9, Subscribers-only content

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