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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Birkenhead

    site the house held lands in the neighbouring manors of Claughton , Moreton , Tranmere , Higher Bebington , and Saughall ; the churches of Bidston and Backford were probably also gifts from the founder. 8 The interest of the

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Chester

    steward, the earl of Derby , a receiver or steward, an auditor, and bailiffs in Chester , Waverton , and Saughall . 69 In the year following the dissolution the nunnery's estates, valued £136 1 s . 2 d .

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    Cheveley , Huntington , Middleton Grange , Saighton , Boughton , Iddinshall, Wervin , Croughton , Lea -byBackford, Sutton , Saughall , Shotwick , Neston , Raby , Bridge Trafford , Ince , Pulford , Wepre and Lache , provided

    Churches and religious bodies Protestant Nonconformity

    in a garden hut at a private house evolved into a Congregational church which had its own temporary premises on Saughall Road from 1949 and built a small chapel there in 1963 . 70 In 1958 the church in Walker

    Local government and public services Boundaries

    Crabwall civil parish was also abolished and the greater part of it, 985 a., together with 8 a. in Little Saughall , was added to Chester in anticipation of a rapid growth of suburban housing there. Upton civil parish was

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, June 1679, 2-7, 01 June 1679-30 June 1679

    or conveyance to Sir Thomas Wilbraham, his heirs and assigns for ever of the village, manor or hamlet of Great Saughall, co. Chester, with all its appurtenances, rights and commodities and also the fishing in the water of Dee and

    Warrant Books, February 1714, 11-20, 11 February 1714-20 February 1714

    General of Crown Lands of the petition of Other, Earl of Plymouth, praying a lease of the manor of Great Saughall, Co. Chester. Ibid . Feb. 12. Money warrant for 507 l . 10 s . 0 d . to

    Roger Whitley's Diary, March 1691, 01 March 1691-31 March 1691

    2. Monday, Huson went to Chester; Hardwar came in the evening; went at 6. 3.Thursday, Penket & Heyling came from Saughall about the taxes at Shotwick; they dined with the servants: I wrote to the Commissioners by them; then Bidolph

    Volume G 246, March 1647, 01 March 1647-31 March 1647

    0 0 [ Hen . ] Bunbury, D., Stanney 201 2 0 532 13 9 Dean and Chapters' Rents, Chorlton, Saughall, and Croughton 27 7 5 Mr. Frogg, of Whitby, D., near Chester, not yet sequestered 33 0 0 Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    Sas , le, fort of, 131. Sassen , 305. Sassuolo , 214, 215. Sattorford , Mr., seminary priest, 318 (2) Saughall (Sawcham) Masse v, Cheshire, 285. Saull , William, 338 (2). Saunders , John, letter from, 65 (2). Saux ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4s.; Yr oll, lOp. 3s. Oc. Yr eglwysi na chyfranasant ydyw y rhai a ganlyn:-Citv Road, Caer, Tarvin, Waverton, Saighton, Saughall, Five Mills, Pentre Moch, Ewloe Green, Summer Hill, Salem, Marchwiel, a Bethel. Etholwyd y rhai a ganlyn yn iwyddogion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -achlos~iibanw .i winenthur hEyny.' . 'Derbyniwyd adr~ddiad- 'ybrodrfad . yn Saughall a'r Tw& Mill. Penodwydyr yarieind5 y v Parch. ,John Willhamsl, Hope,' Mci. Peter rWillaz>, luh'Davies, i'gryorthwya y'cyfeillion yn Saughall ar LParch., T.- 'C. divd'ards, a x.Mr. :W. G. W.illiamsf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Two A ails ac fa&d'`M. Thomas Jones, a W. T. Ear. : 7d vey i weithredu ,fel o'r. blaten yn Saughall,' ac iddyfod i ni, gyfarfod neseAf, ,Y'r ieniadwriaeth i gaz"L irnhddiddan , A enr -wynt. Adbenodwyd cYfeisteddeod gweithredoedd capelau,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drosodd restsr yr eglwys~i. y gweini'dogiofl, a'r pregeth- wyr. Cafwyd fod yr egiwysi a ganlyn oheb en cyorych- ial :.-Runcorn, Saughall, Mannott, psfotremoeh, awo Green, Goiftyc, Sunmmer-hill; Glac'n)B Slm Bowlinhbafk. Cafwyd fnd y brodyr aa envIaS yB absen- ol --Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Mr. Peter. Williams i fyned i Gaer 'r i'w cynorthwyo i ddewis blaenoriaid. Dymunwyd ar ar yr ymnwelvyr i Saughall i gyfiwyno en hadroddiad i'r ig cyfarfod dosbarth; fel y gall y cyfarfod hwnw drefnu 1- moddion i godi Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 May 1829, 12 May 1829

    " Road to communicate with the Lower King's Ferry " over the River Dee, from the Township of Great f Saughall, in the County of Chester, and from the Village " of Northop, in the County of Flint;" to which Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1829, 14 May 1829

    Turnpike Road to communicate with the " Lower King's Ferry over the River Dee, from the " Township of Great Saughall, in the County of Chester, " and from the Village of Northop, in the County of « Flint." ¦¦ Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1829, 18 May 1829

    Turnpike Road to communicate with the Lower " King's Ferry over the River Dee, from the Township " of Great Saughall, in the County of Chester, and from " the Village of Northop, in the County of Flint," was committed; Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1829, 19 May 1829

    Turnpike Road to communicate with the " Lower King's Ferry over the River Dee, from the " Township of Great Saughall, in the County of Chester, " and from the Village of Northop, in the County of « Flint." The Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1829, 22 May 1829

    pike Road to communicate with the Lower King's " Ferry over the River Dee, from the Township of Great " Saughall, in the County of Chester, and from the Village " of Northop, in the County of Flint:" " An Subscribers-only content

 

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