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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Tyldesley with Shakerley

    family of Shakerley resided at Shakerley Hall 104 until the time of Henry VIII , when they made Hulme in the township of Allostock , county Chester , their residence. This property came to Peter Shakerley 105 of Shakerley ,

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 City government and politics, 1662-1762

    October and were joined by others from Lancashire . Governor Peter Shakerley prepared to make a stand, but James II 's flight weakened the garrison's resolve and in December Shakerley declared for William of Orange and ceded control of the

    Townships Heapey

    in 1530 and later complained of a trespass at Shakerley in Heapey by James Standish ; ibid. ii, 41; i, 206; ii, 101. In 1560 a settlement of land in Shakerley and Heapey was made by Simon Haydock and Evan

    Major buildings Castle

    a governor and much visited by dignitaries travelling to and from Ireland . 45 In 1680 the governor, Sir Geoffrey Shakerley , was ordered to disband the foot company garrisoning the castle, and by 1681 there remained only three gunners.

    Townships Astley

    trenitye or chappell that doth belong to the manner howse of Shakerley .' She was sister of Sir Henry Bunbury and had been first married to Hugh Shakerley of Shakerley . Visit . (Chet. Soc. lxxxv), 122. Ex Inform. Mr.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire; Mrs Shakerley was the daughter of the Marquis, now Duke, D'Avery, The parties, in 1825, became acquainted with the Marquis D'Herrera, who subsequently, at Leamington, was observed t6 pay marked attention to Mrs Shakerley. In 1520, Mrs Shakerley went-to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ale brewers, 107. The King v. Murray, 107. In re Brown, 107. Calcraft against Calcraft, suit for divorce, 123. Shakerley against Shakerley, suit for divorce, 124. The King v. Tl-omas and others, for adulteration of Porter, 124. Hordes v. Norcutt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iridge place, in the county of Sussex, Esq.; John Dunlop, of Dunlop, in the county of Ayr, Esq.; Charles Peter Shakerley, of Somerford park, in the county of Chester, Esq.; John Henry Scale, of Mount Boone, in the county of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    set them up against the wall, and lay down another lot; and so on till all are accommodated. Sir Charles Shakerley, Bart., has purchased for six hundred guineas the two splendid pictures by Count d'Orsay, one being the represen- tation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pearse, ptomoted; F. A. Anlcy, vice Carey, promoted; L. P. Walsh, vice Waller, promoted, . D. Le Poer 'iench, vice Shakerley, promoted; XV. Rooke, vice Alderson prooaoted; S. A. 13:azalgette, vice Huetchinson, promoted-Corps of Royal Engineers* Gentlemen Cadets to be Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1695, 17 February 1696

    Reign of His late Ma- jefty King James the Second, on the Behalf of Hugh Jones Senior and Sir Jeffrey Shakerley ; and praying, " that the Order of Difniiffion may be fet afide :" It is Ordered, by the Subscribers-only content

    29 February 1695, 29 February 1696

    That he may be admitted to profeciue his TrJ"?*', " Appeal depending in this Houfe (unto which Sir " Jcffrey Shakerley is Refpondent), in Forma Pauperis; tf and to aflign Sir Thomas Powys and Sir Bartholomew " Shore for his Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1695, 19 March 1696

    Upon reading the Petition of Hugh Jones Junior; Shakerley. praying a Day may be appointed for hearing of his Appeal depending in this Houfe, to which Hugh Jones Senior and Sir Jeffrey Shakerley are Refpondents : It is Ordered, by Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1696, 28 March 1696

    poral in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will hear the Caufe wherein Hugh Jones Junior is Appellant, and Sir Jeffrey Shakerley Refpondent, on Friday the Third Day of April next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. Duty " Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1696, 3 April 1696

    That Sir Jeffrey Shakerley mail re-convey the Eftate or Tithes in Queftion unto Hugh Jones Junior, purfuant to the Articles dated the Tenth of April, 31° Car. Secundi, upon the faid Hugh Jones' paying Sir Jeffrey Shakerley the' Sum of Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Houghton (West Haughton, Westhaughton) : undefined Location: Thoresby Hill (Thoresbie Hill) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Leigh (Lancashire) Place(s): Shackerley (Shakerley) : undefined Location: Shropshire Place(s): Shrewsbury (Shoronsbury, Shrewsburie) : undefined Location: Durham (Durham) : diocese Location: Aldred House (Aldredde


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