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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Over Darwen

    James Radcliffe of Radcliffe was farming the vaccary for 10 marks a year and Henry Grimshagh (for Robert Grimshagh) the Newhey in Hoddlesden for 7 s . 8 d . yearly. 59 They were still farming these tenements in 1483

    Townships Butterworth

    of England , St. Thomas 's, Newhey , was built in 1876 ; 88 the Bishop of Manchester is patron. There are Wesleyan, Primitive and Free Methodist chapels at Belfield , Milnrow , and Newhey , and a Baptist chapel

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    Hawbooth, Whitleyford, 'Roodhams,' Broadshabooth, Over Wicoller, Nether Wicoller, Colne , Rushton Thornes , Gamelside, Tunstead alias Tunstall , Hoddlesden , Newhey , Over Shawfield , Nether Shawfield , 'High Ulley ' alias High Riley , Newland in Accrington , Newhallhey,

    Townships Dilworth

    Moton; ibid. no. 84, 95. Six years afterwards Henry Moton in exchange for this land gave his son William the Newhey in Ribchester , obtained from Robert Moton; ibid. no. 85. In 1357 Richard son of Adam de Ribchester acquired

    Townships Ribbleton

    granted Roger Elston the younger for his life right of way through a field called Riddings to Roger's field called Newhey in Ribbleton ; Add. MS. 32107, no. 2986. In 1445-6 Thomas Travers and Robert Lawrence held the plough-land in

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, May 1675, 01 May 1675-31 May 1675

    Lands in Ightenhill 8 10 0 The vaccaries called Harrop and Nettlecar 6 0 0 Harden vaccary 1 17 4 Newhey pasture 1 17 10 Chantries in Lincolnshire : Parcel of the chantry of the Blessed Mary in Tide [Tydd

    Index, N, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    81, 375. -, fishing, 686. Newhaven (co. Sussex), making a pier and perfecting the harbour, 414. Newhold (co. Leicester), 759. Newhey pasture (Clitheroe, Lancashire), 736. Newland (co. Cornwall), 108, 115. Newman , George, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Kent, 788. -,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1573

    Lawe Thomas Mowlson Messuage with lands in Brampton and Overcantley. Robert Rotherforth John Salven and Helena his wife Lands in Newhey. Robert Holmes, gent. Thomas Grene, esq., and Martin Anne, esq. Messuage with lands in Barneby upon Dun. Christopher Hewbancke,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1576

    Thomas Trowghton, gent., and Grace his wife 2 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in South Duffelde, North Duffeld, Clyff, Newhey, and Woodhall. William Pollard, Richard Netleton, John Pollard, William Gawnte, and William Netleton John Batt, gent., and Edward Byrkbye

    Index, N, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    near Axminster I. 436 (ff. 50, 74). Newham , Sir Wm. See Newenham. New Haven . See Havre de Grace. Newhey , Yorks., II. g. 107 (67). Newington , Kent, II. g. 107 (36). Newington by Sittingbourne , Kent, II.

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

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    Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Leeds (Leedes) : ecclesiastical parish Potter Newton (Scothall) : manor Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Newhey(Newhey) : undefined A tenement, described as in both the parishes of Brayton and Drax Location: Brayton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Brayton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bristol, alkali and soda dealer. CERTIFICATES-AuCUsT 21. C. Prockter, Bridge road, Lambeth, hotel keeper-T. Mous. Iey, Ellesmere, Shropshire, surgeon-E. Milne, Newhey, But- terworth, Lancashire, cotton spinoers-J. Barlow, St Helenzs, Lancashire, grocer-R. Johnston, Wapping street, victualler- B. Elsworth, Kirkstall, Yorkshire, worsted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coaco maker-September 9, W. Bariker 4nd S. Adams, Nontiuglac, hDsolero-Septehnneri, H. Mayle, Bedford, tallow chMadlra- Septenber J. and iL Mtilne, Newhey, Butterworthi, hsncr share, cotton spinners. CERTIFICATES-Sss'nsanstR 4. 3. Racine, Hiare sitreet, Bethnal green, silk dyer-A. Shelley, L~ower Halliford, coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Melford, Sutff4tK, victoaller-Mareb 3, J. KeRm, Oreston, Devonshire, quarryman-March 2, W. Rispin, Pokilington, Yorkshire, currier-March 1, J. and E. Mtloe, Newhey, Lancashire, cotton spinners-March 2, W. M'Cheane and C. Bartlett, Gloncester, merchanis-March 12, T. Sowler, Manchester, bookseller-Marcb I, W. Jameson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire mnerlsnts-Fetbuary2s J. J e,. tan, Laveasholme, victualler-March 3, T. Williamson, Sal. fard, Lancashire.grocer-February iS, J. Milne and E. Mine, Newhey, Lancashire, coaton spis-rCs- CERTIFICATES, FEe. 24. S. Wilkinson, Ardwick, Lancaster, tin-plate worker-F. Atr- tbhr, Birmningharm, coach maker-G. Carey, Nottingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been placed in the bxa~l of the museum. EXTENSIVE FIRE AT ROCHDAL-The extensive flanel manufactory of Mr. Samuel Berry, at Newhey, near Roch- dale, was almost completely destroyed by fire on Saturday morning. Damage was done to the amount of Subscribers-only content

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