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  • * Victoria County History *

    14 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Townships Winstanley

    through near the northern boundary. A colliery railway goes south-west through the township. Withington lies in the north-west corner, and Longshaw on the western boundary; south of this is Moss Vale . Two detached portions of the township lie wit

    Leek Bradnop BRADNOP 1992 The Ashenhurst Brass in St. Edward's Church, Leek

    Apesford , and Revedge , 89 and apparently at Middle Cliffe and Wildgoose Farm. 90 There was a house at Longshaw by 1343 . 91 Cliffe Farm has a doorhead dated 1679 with the initials of members of the Fernihough

    Townships Kearsley

    then by the Hope Hey to Wicheshaw Lydiate in Wicheves in Worsley ( Little Hulton ), by the highway to Longshaw , and straight to the Edge in Lepar Lache , by Black. Lache to Walden Brook , and up

    Townships Mawdesley

    son of Thomas of the pedigree recorded in 1613 . Richard Mawdesley in 1597 claimed a right of way to Longshaw in Mawdesley over lands bought by Sir Thomas Hesketh from Robert Dalton ; Exch. Dep . (Rec. Soc. Lancs

    Townships Dilworth

    whole moiety of land and wood, hawks, honey and mill, the bounds beginning opposite the Stridthora by Thornley , down Longshaw Brook to Dilworthsed Brook, up this to the upper head of Dilworth, across to Hothersall; then by the boundaries

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight o'clock In the evening and half-past five In the morning, a female, about eighteen years of age, named Narah Longshaw, contrary to the provisions of the Factory Act. The Information was laid under the 13 and 14 Viet, chap. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peerage will be bestowed uponi Sir HARCOURT JOHNSTONE. A.t Warrington, on Saturday, Mr. WVILLTAM LONoGSAW, jun., of the firm of Longshaw and Sons, Sankey Bridges Chemical Works, died from the effects of drinking, on the same day, a quantity of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twenty years from the 2oth March, 1885, atat e yearly rent of rfuse5 By an indenture dated 28th February, 18ta, Longshaw assignedt the publichouse to James Tboroughgood for the residue of the term, and by an indenture dated 20th January, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at half pasl twelve o clockt Richard Gleave was taken fu n fr fis the premises of :Mr. John i Longshaw, Warrlngton1 an the at i nct of 8tealing 4its fowls,, ai und qenuredl, and ini 010 hour de. G Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    le at Major-Generals Sir A. B. Clifton and Sir Edw. Gibbs. Hat' to SIR ROBERT PEEL is at Longshaw on tile giver Longshaw, s~~ers, 2e Derbyshire mools, (a shooting box belonging to his Grace the ' e', Duke of Rutland,) Subscribers-only content

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