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  • * Victoria County History *

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    a. in 1842 . A house at Overleigh had been divided into three by Richard King (d. c . 1821) and his son Robert built several more cottages, earning that part of Overleigh the name Kingstown . 42 Two of

    Leisure and culture Open spaces and parks

    land on the south side in 1834 to the marquess of Westminster , who had recently bought the Overleigh estate and demolished Overleigh Hall , and in the following year decided to dispose of all the remaining common land. 93

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1918-39

    would run. 11 Even so, by 1924 a complete route had been mapped, controversially cutting across the avenue leading from Overleigh to Eaton Hall , the home of the duke of Westminster . A start was made on the Flintshire

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Population

    and still 2,000 or more in 1086 . The six small rural manors south of the river at Handbridge , Overleigh , and Netherleigh had 13 tenants in 1086 , perhaps c . 65 people in all, and there were

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    by the Community of St. Barbara the Great Martyr . In 1987 they moved to the Anglican cemetery chapel at Overleigh , where in 1995 the liturgy was conducted in English and Greek three times a month for a congregation

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of u) Mrs. Caroline Henrietta Idibbert, of 'inrlos Hall, near Miacclesfield, the eldest dlaughter of Mr. Charles Choliniond- loy, of Overleigh, Cheshire, younger brother of the first [ Lord Delamere, her elde'st brother being the Ie.-Cels~ Cowlier, many years rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gold and silver Hamburgs, the chief awards were to Mr. H. lfickles, Earby. Leeds; A Messrs. G. and J. Duckworth, Overleigh, Eouatbport; I Mr. B. Karlee-e, Handsworth; Mir. W. Smith, Rawten- 4 stall, Manchester; tne latter taking the cup in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    harrister-at-law, to Marianne Gaskell. JARVIS-GU3LETiAtLGJ3.-A&l. Ilth, at St. Mary's, church. Chester, by the Rev. W. Casey, Mr. Joseph Jarvis, of Overleigh Nurseries, to Jane Breenhrlgh, all of Cheater. JOI3:BOT.-CA.IHnoT.-Aug. 13th, at the Wesleyan chapel, Boiton, Lincolnshire, Samuel, second eon of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son 1 of the late Johni ioore Glover of llrookieldy Birkdsle. Southport, toFlorence, second daughter of H iarliet AscrofT, of Overleigh ome. ' Prcston. * | SIvocRns-SAzLzr-srtT.n--Or the 7th inst at Tangrky Conurcati onal Church, near Gulldford, by theter. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carriage Road or Highvay in a South Westerly direction r across part of Ollerset Moor to the ancient Road from Overleigh ie and Coal HarbourEstates. i, One other Private Road, brasching out of the said first men- k tioned Public Subscribers-only content

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