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You searched for: Place: Shellbrook, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following year. At the bottom of a wood belonging to Mr. Turton, Knolton-hall, Flintshire, is a rill of water called Shellbrook, which empties itself into the River Dee ; and when a person steps across, he is in the kingdom Subscribers-only content

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    Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hopwood and Miss Hopwood, Major Humberston and Mrs. Humberston, Mr. Hard- castle, Mr. H. Jones, Shellbrook ; Mr. and Mrs. Wynne Ffoulkes, Mr. R Morris, Captain Hignett, Mr. Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Curne, Subscribers-only content

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    Claudius Walker, Mr. John Harrison, the Misses Harrison (2) Mr. W. L. E. Moneykirke. 21st Fu_il_er_ ; Mr. H. Jones, Shellbrook ; Mrs. H. Potts and the Misses Potts. Mr. H. Potts, Mr. A. Potts, Mr. H. J. Potts, Major Subscribers-only content

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    the command of Capt. Gibson. Lieut. Hatchett was also present. Primitive Methodist Chapel. - The late Mr. John Wright, of Shellbrook, bequeathed in his will a legacy of £100 to the Primitive Methodist Church in this town, which legacy the Subscribers-only content

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    Benjamin Bradley, Esq., of Lombard-street, London. Mathews- Roberts.- May 31, at Ellesmere, Mr. Geo. Mathews, to Miss Elizabeth Roberts, of Shellbrook, near Ellesmere. Mordaunt- Cotes. - May 15, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, by the Rev. H. Howarth, John Murray Subscribers-only content

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    CITY MAGISTRATES* OFFICE Thursday William Wilson and George Watson, poor half-starved tramps, were brought up from the workhouse, charged wilh refusing to work for the food and lodging provided them at that establishment on the previous night and that Subscribers-only content

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    Births, Marriages, and Deaths. *»*No Notice of Birth, Marriage, or Death can be inserted unless authenticated by the name and address of the sender. The charge for insertion is One Shilling, but if the announcement is accompanied with any Subscribers-only content

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    HOPE WHISPERS A wood-carving class has been started at Crosi street School, there being a course of ten lessons. This is a move in the right direction, and yvill occupy the leisure hours of some of our young people Subscribers-only content

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    Lord Kenyon, E. Peel, Esq., Mrs. Peel, R. G. Jcbb, Esq., Col. Jones, &c. ; B. anker, Esq.; Jones, Esq., (Shellbrook), the Rev. Lloyd Wynne, the Rev. F. Maloney, George Marsh, Esq, and a great number of gentlemen and families Subscribers-only content

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