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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Birtle-with-Bamford

    The Meadowcroft family early appear in Middleton . Thomas de Meadowcroft in 1347 complained that various persons had been digging in his quarry at Middleton and otherwise trespassing; De Banco R. 351, m. 27; 352, m. 368. Adam del Meadowcroft

    Chesterton Nonconformity

    was sold in 1904 , and at once replaced by a new one built in brick in the garden of Meadowcroft , the home of a prominent adherent B. A. Jolley . After Pyes acquired that house, the chapel was

    Townships Pilsworth

    Manor There does not appear ever to have been a manor of Pilsworth. 101 The chief residences were those called Meadowcroft Fold , 102 long the habitation of a Wolstenholme family, and Lomax's, so-called from the family dwelling there, 103

    Parishes Orwell

    17th-century framed and plastered houses with thatched and tiled roofs. They include Meadowcroft Farm and barn, formerly Town Farm , which stands on Back Street , otherwise called Meadowcroft way; a farm-house and barn formerly occupied by Farrow Miller on

    Townships Middleton

    who died in 1398 seised of the manor of Middleton with its hamlets of Ashworth , Birtle , Ainsworth , Meadowcroft , and Lynalx. The heir was his son Richard, born at Middleton in 1386 . The wardship was granted

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Gregory, Bedford-row. J. Doaglity, Leadenham, Lincoln, jobber. Attornies, Messrs. Lambert and Son, Bedford-row. I. Herly, Liverpool, draper. Attorney, Mr., Meadowcroft, Gray's lain-square. XV. Corlass, Reediford Mill, and S. Boiton, Emmett Hall, Lancas- ter, cotton-spinlers. Attoney, Mr. Ellis, Chancery-lane. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    croft's trousers. I then got out of the gig and apprehended them. I (lid not tell them on whait charge. Meadowcroft said, 1 This is farmer Grayson's; we have sot robbed or mur- dered him." I said that there was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDER. A man nmied Meadowcroft was remanded'at Mian- cbester, yesterday, chargedl, on his owan confession, with killing his wife, who was found dead at Gortznr on Sunday, with many marks of violence on the lody. Before the Nottingham magistrates, yesterday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as far as regards he Joseph Jackson. ie F. B. West and Co., King-street. Westminster, law stationers. ad Shepherd and Meadowcroft, Oldham, cotton waste dealers. he M'Corkindale and Clark. Manchester, wine merchants. r Hackett aud Sands, Stourbridge. linen drapers. m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bai-uiey,. Coorsos.-Feb. 16th., Jane Annie, wife of Wmn. J. Cookson, Psq., of Benwell Tower, Northumberland. FEN TON.-Feh1. 15th, at Meadowcroft, near Roehdale, Edgar Cobden,.' soll of William Fe uton, Esq. XavER N.- Feb. 1lth, aged 39, at Hull, Ilarriet, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    -, Susannah, widow of Andrew, royal bounty for, 46, 617. White Flag Bay , St. Christopher, Customs waiter at. See Meadowcroft, R. Whitehall , 163, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227. [Assessment ] Commissioners of, 14. Banqueting House, 450. bill dated

    Index of names and places

    Thomas, 150. Richard, 137, 141 (2), 153. Thomas, 41, 150. Thurstan, 124, 141. Meadowcroft , Richard, 42. Meandale (Mayndale), 125. Mearley , Great, 57. Medowecroft , see Meadowcroft. Melling , in Lonsdale, 5, 108. Manor of, 17. Melling , par.

    Index, M, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    574. -, Joslin, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 542. -, William, Customs waiter at Old Road, Montserrat, 553. Meadowcroft , Richard, Customs waiter at White Flag Bay, St. Christopher, 553. Meadows (Medows) , Peter, tidesman in the port

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