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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Rudyard RUDYARD 1991

    trustees of the Ashbourne-Congleton turnpike road because of the joint use of part of the Macclesfield road t hrough Rudyard . 70 In 1808 the Macclesfield road was again rerouted, the new line leaving the old one north of the

    Alien Houses Hospital of St Anthony

    allow Clement's candidate to take possession, 11 and in 1389 he put in as warden one of his clerks, John Macclesfield . 12 Boniface IX agreed to confirm him in the office if he took the habit within three months,

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    , Malpas Sir Derek and Lady Bibby , Willaston Col. H. L. Birch , Tattenhall R. E. Birkett , Esq., Macclesfield W. K. Blinkhorn , Esq., Whiston , Lancs . M. L. Creek , Meols Mr. and Mrs. M. Cullen

    Spelthorne Hundred Hanworth Lych Gate, Hanworth Dayrell

    Godlak. 30 The latter enfeoffed Thomas Walyngton, Gilbert Manfield , and William Makenade, 31 and these again enfeoffed John de Macclesfield , the king's clerk. 32 The manor was occupied at the will of the lord by Sir Nicholas Brembre

    Leek Heaton HEATON 1991

    part of his estate to the earl of Macclesfield in 1757 , 85 and in the later 1860s a 159-a. farm at Fairboroughs was held as part of the earl of Macclesfield 's Rudyard estate. 86 That estate was broken

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    etholiad diweddaf, pryd y taflwyd allan Syr WILLIA HA.CoUnT, wedi eu llwgr-wobrwyo yn y naill ffordd neu y Hall. Yn Macclesfield yr oedd pedwar, ac y mae yn debyg bump o bob chweeh wedi on llwgr-wobrwyo. YD Sandwich a Deal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhai aydd wedi eugasuel i wr o ar we ei ho!.-O r Ds ychl rh FFRWYDRAD DINYSTRIOL YN I me MACCLESFIELD, o r Ychydig fynylenu wedi deg o'r gloch nos Fercher, ani i dirwyaddodd ffrwydrad dinystriol yn, melin flawd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nmwy neu lai, ond yn Sandwich anfonwyd dau -Mr. EDWARDS a Mr. OLDS-i garcbar am D chwe' mis, ac yn Macclesfield dedfrydwyd Mr. I MAY a Mr. MAIR i nlaw mis o garcbar. Ac nid i myned i'r carchar i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrth gwrs, ni foddheir pawb gan natur a graddau y gosbedig- aeth. Rbenir y cynrychiolaethau yn ddau ddosbartb; difuddir Gloucester, Macclesfield, a Sandw'ch o'u bawl i anfon cpyrycbiolydd i'r Senedd, a gohirir aufoniad gwys am etholiad cynryehiolwyr dros BOstOn, Caergaint, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Reea, John Blackwell, y bardd, a John Williams, y lawi CyMno llwyddianus a etholwyd yu aelod aesneddol dros rhal Macclesfield. Mae yu ambeutbyn clywed areithydd yn darn nodi engreifftiau fel hyn er Ulwyn symbylu ei wrall- Por dawyr, yn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GERARD, Charles, Visct. Brandon (c.1659-1701).

    and the following month appointed major-general. Brandon’s presence in the Commons ended, however, when he succeeded to the earldom of Macclesfield on 7 Jan. 1694.[footnote]Macclesfield continued to be a controversial figure in Lancashire politics for the remainder of William’s reign.

    ELDE, Francis (?1692-1760), of Seighford, nr. Stafford.

    Held Master in Chancery Feb. 1724-d. Biography Elde was appointed a master in Chancery by Lord Chancellor Macclesfield, giving him ‘5,000 guineas in gold and bank notes’, shortly before Macclesfield’s impeachment for selling such appointments.[footnote] He then stood for Stafford

    GERARD, Hon. Fitton (1663-1702), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    in his petition against this setback, he succeeded his brother as Earl of Macclesfield in November 1701. Excluded from his brother’s will in favour of Lord Mohun, Macclesfield embarked upon a legal challenge to the will. This case was reported

    LEGH, Thomas (1636-97), of Blackley, Lancs. and Lyme, Cheshire.

    He supported the Tory candidate at the Macclesfield mayoral election in 1682, and although the Gerard interest was too strong for him, he managed to persuade the townsmen to confer the freedom of Macclesfield on Judge Jeffreys, whom he then

    SAVAGE, John (1554-1615), of Clifton, Cheshire.

    Dates Cheshire 1586 Cheshire 1589 Ofifces Held Bailiff of manor and forest and keeper of the gaol of Macclesfield from 1597; steward, Macclesfield from 1598, of manor of Halton from 1598; j.p.q. and commr. musters, Cheshire from c.1598, sheriff 1606-7,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the Manufacturers of Woollen, Linnen, Mohair and Cotton Yarn, in the Towns of Manchester, Stockport, Blackburn, Macclesfield, and Leek, with respect to the Bill now depending in the Honour..., 11 June 1731

    Zi##e», A/oZwV tf«i CoWoh T^r0 #'» *#<? ^orawM.tjf Manchefter, Stockport, Blackburn, Macclesfield, rtwd Leek, «ze?/V# r*/^? to ffo 5i// «o«z« d^f-uft-urg' *» Jfo Ho72o#rtf£/<? Ho«/£ 0/ Commons, *»f/*W, A Bill for prcferving and encouraging a New Invention in ifcg/di-u?, by Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1685, 23 May 1685

    •uerfus Aftrey. Fitton verfus L. Gerard, now E. of Macclesfield. Ds. Amndell T. Ds. Butler W. Ds. Ofulfion. Ds. Dartmouth. Ds. Stawell. Ds. Godolphin. Ds. Jefferyesk, Comes Devon. Epus. JBa//j Comes Clare. Wells, Comes Mancheßer. Comes Berks. Comes Mulgrave. Comes Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1685, 3 June 1685

    the Right Honourable Fitton the Earl of Macclesfeld, to the Petition of Alexander ™rJm Fitton Efquire : now E. of Macclesfield. It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will hear Counfel on Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1685, 4 June 1685

    in the Court of Chancery, on or now e. of about the i gthDay of June, I4° Caroli Secundi, wherein Macclesfield. the Right Honourable Charles Lord Gerard, now Earl 3 * Gf 1?. «f Dei am. Aiijaurn, Hithertc of J, Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1685, 5 June 1685

    fled the Im- fition on ines, Äc, SI. of Powis'9 ill. leepjng Fens ill. itton ¦erfus Gerard* ow E. of Macclesfield. df Macclesfeid was Plaintiff, againft William Fit/02 the Petitioner's Father, and the now Petitioner and others Defendants; as alfo Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.I.2808

    [Hildyard] Role: defendant Details: male; Trustee named in the will of Richard Roundill, deceased, and testamentary guardian of Sarah Roundill, a minor, and another of the children named in the said will Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield(Macclesfield) : undefined

    TRANS.CP.1664/4

    - 7/10/1664 People & Places Participant: SarahTurton [Turton] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of John Turton Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfeild) : undefined Participant: EleanorBrundrett [Brundrett; Brunderet] Role: appellate Details: female Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfeild) : undefined

    CP.H.2899

    (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfeild) : undefined Participant: James Orme [Orme] Role: witness Details: male; 25; husbandman Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfeild) : undefined Participant: Hugh Byron [Byron] Role: witness Details: male; 38; yeoman Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfeild)

    CP.G.1308

    Date: 1567 - 1567 People & Places Participant: Peter Lea [Leyghe; Lighe; Lyghe] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Cheshire Place(s): Henley (Henley) : undefined Prestbury (Cheshire) Prestbury (Prestbury) : ecclesiastical parish Cheshire Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield (Macclesfyld) : undefined

    TRANS.CP.1677/1

    male; Alderman; administrator of the goods and chattels of Mary Booth, deceased, late of Upton Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Macclesfield(Macclesfield) : undefined Participant: WilliamShippen [Shippen] Role: appellate Details: male; Clerk; husband of Anne Shippen, co-appellate Participant: AnneShippen [Shippen] Role:

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Ninth Regiment of Dragoons

    " Mar. 1809. Not met for 10 years, nor any Return since Warrant granted." Notes (2): It is however retained in the Ahiman Rezon Lists of 1804, 1807 (as at "Limerick, Ireland,"} and 1813. Meeting Places Macclesfield,Macclesfield, Cheshire 1794

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Angel, Barn Street [now Derby Street], Macclesfield, Cheshire 1731

    Beneficent Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 513 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places New Angel, Macclesfield, Cheshire 1789 Unicorn Inn, Unicorn Gateway, Market Place, Macclesfield, Cheshire 1804

    no name is given

    19 June 1789.) Lodge 47 (A) however made payments to G. Lodge as late as 1794, shortly after which date the Warran Meeting Places Red Lion, Eyes [now Sunderland Street], Macclesfield, Cheshire 1764 New Angel, Market Place, Macclesfield, Cheshire 1793

    no name is given

    (1863): 0 Notes (1): Lodge dissolved. " Warrant returned on the dissolution of the Lodge at Macclesfield." G.L. Reg. 7 July 1801. Meeting Places Childers, Goose Lane [now Brunswick Street], Macclesfield, Cheshire 1774 Golden Lion, Mill Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire 1794

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 19th October 1832

    written, not in ink but with flowers and pink bows. 20 minutes to 3. We have just changed horses at Macclesfield , a large manufacturing town. We were escorted by a new corps of the same yeomanry. ¼ to 4.

    Friday 19th October 1832

    written, not in ink but with flowers and pink bows. 20 minutes to 3. We have just changed horses at Macclesfield , a large manufacturing town. We were escorted by a new corps of the same yeomanry. ¼ to 4.

 

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