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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Great and Little Heaton

    Richard de Reddish held five messuages, 100 acres of land, & c., in Heaton , formerly part of the estate of Richard de Hulton of Ordsall ; Assize R. 1435, m. 40. The township was called Heaton Reddish in 1522

    Townships Levenshulme

    Henry, his son and heir, to John Thorpe of Levenshulme ; from his grandson it passed to Obadiah Hulme of Reddish , whose son Samuel sold it in 1734 ; ibid. 231, 232. An abstract of the deeds is printed

    Parishes Broad Chalke

    Howard 's holding. Reddish held Littlecote 's farm, later known as REDDISH'S , in 1590 . 136 The farm probably passed in that year to Christopher Reddish , who held it in 1599 . 137 Edward Reddish (fl. 1628) 138

    Townships Chorlton -with-Hardy

    Uctred and Margaret granted all her lands in Barlow . 9 A later Thomas in 1253 complained that Robert de Reddish and a number of his neighbours had interfered with his stream at Barlow and taken his fish ; it

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    Eccles ), 389 Houghton Peel ( Winwick ), 167 Hulme ( Manchester ), (t) 335, (m) 335 Hulme Hall ( Reddish ), 328 Hurst ( Winwick ), 163 Hyde Hall in Denton ( Manchester ), 316 Ince ( Wigan ),

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Prestwich

    Prestwich became the share of his daughter Margaret, who married John Reddish of Reddish , 40 and afterwards Richard Holland , of Denton . 41 Her son, Alexander Reddish , left two daughters as co-heirs, Sarah and Grace 42 The

    Townships Kirkby Ireleth

    131, 140; Rot. de Oblatis et Fin . (Rec. Com.), 98. Lancs . Inq. and Extents , i, 69, at Reddish . He married (perhaps as second wife) a daughter of Gilbert Fitz Reinfred, and in 1216 his eldest son

    Townships Kearsley

    Gen. Notes , i, 249. Land tax returns at Preston . Barton , Farnworth , 143. See the account of Reddish . Land. Gaz . 13 Jan. 1829 . It was built under the 'Million Act,' by whi ch several

    Manchester The parish and advowson

    Hulme by Manchester , 10 s .; Chorlton , 10 s .; Stretford , 46 s . 8 d .; Reddish , 52 s . 4 d . These sums, however, amount to less than 35 marks. The list of

    The parish of Ashton-under-Lyne Introduction, manor & boroughs INDEX MAP TO THE PARISH OF ASHTON UNDER LYNE

    Ducatus Lanc . i, 266. The other part of the Hospitallers' lands was acquired by the Hulmes of Manchester and Reddish . William Hulme , father of the benefactor, died in 1637 holding a messuage and land in Ashton of

    Townships Manchester (part 2 of 2) MOSLEY OF MANCHESTER , & c.

    included the whole of the parishes of Manchester and Ashton except Salford , with its dependencies of Broughton and Cheetham; Reddish , Stretford , and Trafford. It is noticeable that the small portion of Manchester which projects into Cheetham north

    Townships Broughton

    6 s . 8 d . It passed by marriage to the Langleys of Agecroft, 30 and then descended with Reddish to the Cokes. 31 The name Tetlow has long been disused, but is preserved in Tetlow Lane . KERSAL

    Townships Withington

    Trafford tenants, are also named; Duchy of Lanc. Deps. Hen. VIII, xxxvi, S. 1; xlv, S. 1. The Hulmes of Reddish had a barn and lands in Withington , held of the Mosleys as lords of Withington ; Duchy of

    Townships Urmston

    the manor of Urmston , 53 and on his bankruptcy in 1788 was purchased by the Taylors of Hulme in Reddish , and remained in their possession nearly a century, being sold in 1888 by the trustee of Samuel Taylor

    The parish of Radcliffe INDEX MAP to the PARISHES of RADCLIFFE and PRESTWICH

    Michael de Harcla; De Banco R. 340, m. 400. In 1347 William son of Robert de Radcliffe and Richard de Reddish complained that Richard son of William de Radcliffe and his feoffees had disseised them of the manors of Radcliffe

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham

    stated that 'the patrons in several courses are Mr. Holland , Mr. [James ] Ashton of Chadderton , and Mr. Reddish '; Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . xiv, App. iv, 11. The advowson of Prestwich was included in a fine

    Townships Salford

    of Ordsall to Richard de Reddish , and his widow Margery and son Richard were in 1313 -14 accused of withholding it. The money was paid into court, and it was stated that Richard de Reddish had refused to give

    Victoria County History

    Magna ; Tisbury ; Tollard Royal red deer , see deer Reddish : Chris., 41 Edw., 41 Jas., 41 Wm. (d. c . 1590), 41 Wm. (fl. 1662), 41 Reddish House , see Chalke, Broad Reddish's , see Chalke, Broad:

    Index L-Z

    , see Roeburndale Red Bank , 132 Redbridge ( Silverdale ), 181 Redcopping , Will., 97 n Reddell , 365 Reddish , 393 n Rede , Isabel, 205 n ; Rob., 205 n Redfern , Anne, 16 Redheugh (Dur.), 206

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