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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Albourne Albourne and Woodmancote c. 1875

    and Holland were settlement sites in the 13th century; 46 Gardenland farmhouse remained in 1984 , when it was called Priestfield Farm, but Holland had then been demolished. Albourne Place Farm is a timber-framed house, probably of the 17th century,

    Townships Colne

    , opened to Colne in 1848 . Part of the old Leeds and Bradford Extension Railway ; cuttings began at Priestfield in 1846 ; opened 1847. A coal pit in Carry Heys is marked on the 1848 map; Coal Pit

    Townships Euxton

    that in 1642 Hugh Anderton had granted his mother a messuage in Euxton called the Spout , with various lands-the Priestfield , Higher and Lower Bucks haw , & c.; and that she in 1651 sold them to Seth Bushell

    Townships Wrightington

    Rigby the elder granted to Nicholas the younger and Agnes his wife, daughter of Gilbert Urmston , lands called Alansfields, Priestfield , & c., in Wrightington ; ibid. no. 1307. Another Nicholas Rigby the elder in 1507 -8 made a

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    of, 1359. Prestall , John, 411, 412, 803, 811, 1232, 1534. Preston , Geoffry, letter from, 1935. Preynar , 1253. Priestfield , Thomas Hamilton, of, letter from, 1649. Pringles , the, 1425. Provence , 22 (3). Puch Pardrillan , M.,

    General Index, P, Q, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Mr., Justice of Lancs., "a kind and well-meaning gentleman Preston , Viscount. See Graham, Richard, first Viscount Preston. Prestonfield (Prestfield, Priestfield), Midlothian, Sir James Dick's house, burning of Prettyman , , petition for sum out of debt owing from Price Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    , David Price , Capt. Charles Elizabeth John Capt. John Lieut. Mrs. Nicholas Thomas Prickett , Robert Prickman , Capt. Priestfield Priests search for Prince , Capt. William "Prince Charles" , rumoured death of, at Prestina Prince Charles , son Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1571, 01 April 1571-30 April 1571

    in Burghley's writing. Endd .: 12 April. Printed by Digges. P . . April 13. 1649 . Thomas Hamilton of Priestfield to William Panther. Desires him to further Francis Linton on his voyage to France. Grang has this day published

    State Papers, 1656, August (2 of 7), 01 August 1656-31 August 1656

    Mr. Jean Skellikens, notary at Louvain, I shall be forced to come home with the first occasion. Yours, William Jus. Priestfield and some six more of that name live here like princes. The Dutch ambassadors in Prussia to the States

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a signalman at the mouth of the tunnel neglected his duty. AcctDENT NEAR WOLVERHAMPTON.-Ati accident happened on Monday, near the Priestfield station, about two miles from Wolver- hampton, to the train which at 1.50 leaves Wolverltampton for Birmingham, but happily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place on Tuesday at the Millfield iron works at Priestfield, near Wolverhampton, which caused the death of twenty-four persons, and serious injuries to five others, of whom two are not expected to survive. At the time of the accident the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. H O M E. TEE TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANT proposes to establish a line of fast and capacious passenger and cargo steamersbetween South- ampton and New York. The capital, 800,000. (of which o00,000o. is to be first created), in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Of tle pns sengers, the worst'injured wae Joseph kFeldhoule 55)t formerly a tradesman ot Wolverharsptoun now a licensea Victualler -at Priestfield. le' was removed to the hospital, with a fractured .arni and injury tc. the leg, but was not detained.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hlochiey 8.2S, ilandsworth 8.30, Smethwick Junction 135. Ohltbary 0.40, Rowiey 8.45, Cadsy 8.55. I-ye 9.0, WOLVER- HAMPTON (L~or Level) 0.95, Priestfield 8.40, Bllston 8.45, Dalsy Rank 5.40, Princes E~nd 8.51. Ti pton 8.57. Dudley 9.2. Netherton '.15 Round Oak 9.10. Subscribers-only content

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