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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    .), 24 salt houses in Nantwich and Fullwich, more tenements in Chester , and lands at Bebington , Hoole , Noctorum , Northenden , and Plumley ; the last grant was made by Roger Mainwaring when his son became a

    Chorley

    Showley, Goosnargh , Walton , West Derby , Everton and Wavertree , Coppull , Bretherton , also in Woodchurch and Noctorum in Cheshire . 182 Richard Crosse died in 1659 , his son and heir John being only ten years

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, K

    1212. Knockdow in Maybole (Knockdaw), Ayrshire, ii. 1147, 1385. Knockhill , Perthshire, ii. 1153, 1393. Knocktorum cum Woodchurch . See Noctorum. Knollys (Knoles, Knolles, Knollis, Knolls, Knowles, Knowls): Mr., minister, ii. 982. Sir Francis, Knt., i. 227, 455, 541, 961,

    Index of names and places, N

    1436. Noble , Michael, i. 94, 116, 151, 235, 543, 691, 974, 1091, 1242. Nocton (Nockton), co. Lincoln, ii. 520. Noctorum (Knocktorum - cum - Woodchurch), co. Chester, ii. 623. Nodes (Nods), John, i. 169, 543. Noel (Noell): Mr., of

    Index of names and places, C

    ii. 32, 296. Chantmarle in Cattistock (Chaunte Marnel), co. Dorset, ii. 661. Chanton . See Chalton. Chantrel , Robert, of Noctorum cum Woodchurch, ii. 623, 635. Chapel , North (North-Chappel), co. Sussex, ii. 975. Chaplin (Chaplaine, Chaplayn, Chapleyne, Chaplyn): ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Ulster during Mr. McCann's absence. An "'At home" was afterwards given by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Procter, at Noctorum. At a reception last night, Mr. Tritton presiding, addresses were given on associa- tion work in all lands. Advice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11; Mr. Ziegler, Landican, 19-; Mr. James Wright, Storeton, 10; Mr. Hulme, Storeton, 7; Mr. Robert, Woodehurob, 8; Mr. Nicholson, Noctorum, 4; Mr. Pate, Bebbington, 1. The total nuraber of shetp worried and lost is 111, representing a value of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at leaping ever witnessed was accomplished by Mr. Win. M'Donough, on his brown horse, (an Irish one, we believe,) at Noctorum, near Birkenhead. The articles were to leap over a stone wall six feet high three times within the hour, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hosuglo w '4 Gtae ' Poultton Lancelot, Poulton-curn-'iflstile Spitat, Alt 5loinKna Brombharros, Brecmhorough, Brombrow.Brim. Rio ISteourtton Wodehureb,'1'hitngwalt,ThingwellBarnston, pro w~borecao, O'o~o Noctorum, Upton, Over-Church, Didstone, B1,rrot l :ra-ord,NWallasey. Wallneea,LUscalrd, and Poultoco- aurr B it the ceonty of Chester, snot tercainatling on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Neston, Weston, Bin- 4.: derton, Parkgate, Itaby, Willaston, Leighton, GAyton, Heewell, 58,Thornton Hough, Brimscage, ilarnation, Thingwall, Beabbingtan, udStoreton,,Prenton, Woodichurclb, Upton, Noctorum, Oxton, Bid- 4 ston-cunm-Ford, end Btidlaon, In the county of Cheeter; and ter- 2, mintating by a junction with Subscribers-only content

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