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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Wood Nonconformity

    Oakengates in 1821 . In 1823 it became a circuit centre and the first circuit chapel was built at the Moss next to the inclined plane. It replaced Oakengates in 1828 as the circuit centre. 56 On Census Sunday 1851

    Angerton Moss

    Angerton Moss ANGERTON MOSS Angherton, 1277; Angerton , 1299. This extra-parochial district has an area of 2,195 acres, of which more than half, viz. 1, 1201/2 acres, is tidal water. 1 It occupies a tract of flat mossy land between

    Wrockwardine Wood Wrockwardine Wood 1847

    terraces, like Diamond Row, were added in the 19th century. At the Moss and around the church, there were, as well as squatter properties, some single-storeyed terraces, like Moss barracks, and some terraces of c . 1800, like Glasshouse Row.

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    make bricks and tiles. John Jones made 209,000 bricks in 1783 at the Moss , and by 1793 a group of kilns at the Nabb and the Moss was supplying the Donnington Wood industries. 5 Bricks were probably produced in

    Townships Skelmersdale

    name appear on the recusant roll of 1641- Henry Moss and Elizabeth his wife , and Joan wife of Richard Moss . 28 The hearth-tax list of 1666 shows that Richard Moss , a dyer, lived here, his dwelling having

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eyfarfod eu bod wedi gwneyd eu hunain yu agos i 100p. Cyflwynwyd diolchgarwch i'r brawd anwyi a ffgddlon M.r. Widiams, Moss, yr hwn a gaqglodd ei hun dros 6Op. o honynt. Penodwyd Mr. Davies, Llargollen, a Mr. Williams, Buckley, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AM Y TRO.y 110~~~~~~~~~~~ YI el; SEA Moss NAasn.--Sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange. Custard Y . Pudding, Charlotte Russe, &:., can be made from E single packet of the American " Rand Sea Moss Farine." Its incom- idd parable excellence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ynS blwydd a dan di oed. SEA MOSS FANraN.-Sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange. Ou'stald 1. Pudding. Charlotte Russe, &c., can be made from a SOM packet of the American " Band Sea Moss Farine." Its i11c0m0 parable excellence and cheapnes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diymwad o'r anhwylder ofnadwy a enwyd. Dychwrelwyd I ol rheithf arna a farwolaeth metwn canlyniad i frathiad oath gynddeiriog. SnA Moss FauitE.-Sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange. Custard Pudding, Charlotte Russe, &c., can be made from a single yn packetlof theAmerican Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lO0,000p. 19id ass dim ilasna mU a Y hobi yn myned bob wvytbaoa i'r msusydd gemawg a hyn. 11 SEA^ Moss F~asrs-Sixteen quarts of blanc, EMas Cusitearld 1- Pddmig. CbRlottes euse, c c Eanbe m faro sinleo d packet Of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    Two or Three Cows for my " Household. I have One Field of about Three Acres " which ran to Moss ; and my Steward told me it was 11 necessary, for the Purpose of rendering it useful, that " Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1826, 13 April 1826

    be referred to the Committee to whom the said Bill stands committed. Ordered, That Charles Lawrence Esquire, and John Witnesses Moss Esquire, do attend this House on Monday next, Ordered to^ to be sworn, in order to their being examined Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1827, 3 May 1827

    &c: Tenants, and others interested in the Cultivation of Land, in the Townships of Campsal, Norton, Askeron, Fenwick, Sutton, and Moss, all in the Parish of'Campsal, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1830, 26 March 1830

    by Lord Stanley and others; closure Bill. With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for dividing and " inclosing certain Moss and other Grounds in the " Manors and Townships of Out Rawcliffe and Middle " Rawcliffe, and Stalmine with Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1830, 30 March 1830

    Rawcliffe In¬ closure Bill. Hodie 2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for " dividing and inclosing certain Moss and other Grounds " in the Manors and Townships of Out Rawclijfe and " Middle Rawcliffe, and Stalmine with Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Charter House. Preachers. Lecturers. Gray's Inn Mr. Moss Dr. Lynford Lincoln's Inn Dr. Gastrel Mr. Brown The Temple Dr. Sherlock , Dean of St. Pauls's Several The Rolls Dr. Atterbury Charter House Mr. King To these add,

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

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    CP.H.5616

    Participant: Toby Humphrey [Humfreys; Humphrey] Role: plaintiff Details: male; armiger Notes: farmer of tithes in the townships of Fenwick and Moss in Campsall parish Participant: William Crawshaw [Crawshaw; Crawshawe] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

    CP.H.5620

    Toby Humphrey [Humfrey; Humphreys] Role: plaintiff Details: male; armiger, gentleman Notes: farmer of tithes in the townships of Fenwick and Moss, parish of Campsall. Participant: Mary Taaffe Role: defendant Details: female; countess Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Doncaster, St

    CP.G.1454

    ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Doughty [Doughtye] Role: witness Details: male; 51; husbandman Location: Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Campsall (Camsall) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kirk Bramwith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bladworthe House (Bladworthe House) : habitation Location: Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Moss (Mosse) : undefined

    CP.G.2191

    Fishlake (Fyshelake, Fyshlaik) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Doughty [Doughtie] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Moss (Mosse) : township Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edward Bladworth [Bladworth] Role: witness Details: male; 54;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAKE, Thomas I (d.1606), of Fairlight and Hastings, Suss.

    appointed to a committee concerning the import of fish on 6 Mar. 1587.PCC 39 Chaynay; Suss. Arch. Colls. xiv. 100-1; Moss, Hastings, 135; Hastings mss A/A9; Arch. Cant. xxiii. 162-83; APC, viii. 137, 235, 238, 338, 345; D’Ewes, 412; HMC

    FINLAY, Kirkman (1773-1842), of Castle Toward, Renfrew.

    Forth and Clyde navigation 1814; dir. (extraordinary) Bank of Scotland 1821-d. Biography Finlay’s father, a cadet of Finlay of the Moss near Killearn, was the founder of a flourishing mercantile establishment in Glasgow. Himself displaying considerable flair as an entrepreneur,

 

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