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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newcastle-under-Lyme Schools and charities

    School, 101 Garnett Rd . West, Porthill 1913 Took children from Wolstanton C.E. Infants' School which then closed. Pupils transferred to Waltands C.P. School in 1932 . Watlands C.P. School, 102 Loring Rd., Porthill 1932 Temporary accommodation provided 1949-51 to

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    ; then to the Lea and to a post in the highway to Hertingfordbury ; thence to the foot of Porthill ; thence including the stream to the extreme edge of Kingsmead .' 54 Thus West Street and the castle

    Burslem Churches

    has been sold to the Heath Filtration Co. Ltd., and the present vicarage house, purchased in 1958 , is on Porthill Bank on the Wolstanton side of the Fowlea valley. 76 Three mission chapels have been opened from St. Paul's

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, August 1675, 01 August 1675-31 August 1675

    three lives, as Mr. Tooker, the then petitioner, should nominate, of the coal mines in certain closes called Plummers and Porthill and other parts of the common of said manor not formerly granted to Capt. Kingston and John Weekes, deceased,

    Henry VIII, December 1545, 6-15, 01 December 1545-31 December 1545

    they could spare put into the fortress on Friday at full sea. Upon Saturday night they laid 1,000 men at Porthill to receive the victuals from Diepe, but Mr. Cotton, vice-admiral, by direction from hence, lying off Some Hedd, descried


    the mouth of Boulogne harbour three hoys laden with victuals and carried them towards two of their galleys lying off Porthill Point. In the afternoon Lord William Howard landed for an hour at Ambleteuse, and after embarking once more discovered

    Henry VIII, May 1546, 6-10, 01 May 1546-31 May 1546

    Late this evening there came to them another galley, which lay all day at the point of the foreland beside Porthill. At his coming they gathered in consultation; and probably the ships that support them will appear tomorrow. Camp at

    Henry VIII, October 1546, 6-10, 01 October 1544-31 October 1544

    this amity being so lately established and so much praised, he could not but marvel at this sudden fortification at Porthill, placed so near his pieces there that men must judge it to be for his annoyance; and, knowing his

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILNE, Patrick (d.1820), of Crimonmogate, Aberdeen.

    1812 291818 Biography Milne’s father was a partner in the Porthill linen manufacturing firm which failed in 1763, and bought an estate near Fraserburgh. Milne, whose younger brother Alexander predeceased him, was probably unmarried, as his will made no mention

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    village of Hanwood bricks fell from a chimney. At Pontesbuiry the men ascended from the coal. pits in terror. At Porthill, near this town, the glasses shook in the chamber of an invalid, and "the chair tottered under- neath hin:" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Nortic lie Staffordshire yesterday aftsrrroor-ono at Fenton and the sgother at Porthill. At the former, Mir. IV. Brown pie- k.sided, and Mcsera. Wi. Woodall and H. Broadhiurst, the As weinbers for Stoke, 1%oro the principal speakers. do Msr. Broadhiust, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fAte, in whichmost of the temperance societies of the neighbour- hood of tile Potteries participated, tok lace yesterday afternoon, at Porthill 1eork, and &ttraeted a large lumber of persons, but, nnfortsnately, the weather was very un- favourable. Al full prtogramme Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kcele Qs- Hall. The ediflico, which will occuuiy a consplicuouis posi- s. tionat th entrance from the high road at Porthill to the lc hC Wa'ntlands estate. sellicll is being rapidly occupied with r lei residence:i, wtill he a specimen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacturer; 'John George h O hil-,(C h akBank-,Whitchurch, Salop, g-te ohn Geis or uld ThoaitiBath Gimbert Booth 'C), Bradwell Lodge, Porthill, earthenware manu- facturer, and chief bailiff of Tunstall : George Cumberlidge (L), Windmill Street, Tunscall, retired grocer and tea Subscribers-only content

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