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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Great and Little Heaton

    years ago silk-weaving gave prosperity to the villages of Simister and Bow Lee , but the industry has long been extinct. 2 There is a well called the Danes' Well in Simister in Little Hulton . 3 A place called

    Index K-Z

    vct. De L'lsle (cr. 1956), fam., Sidwell, J. R., Sidwell (R. J.) and Partners, architects, Siemens- Martin , steel manufacturers, Simister , H. W., Simmons, Rob., Simms, see Sims Simon, bp. of Worcester , Simon, son of Liulph, Simon, son

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    196. -, to gold, ratio of. See Ratio. -, trial pieces, 41. Conduitt's representation concerning, 107. See Gold (trial pieces). Simister , Charles, 311. Simmons , Richard, 619. Simons , Samuel, 514. -, John, Sheriff of Leicester, 261, 555. Simpson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Viicent, Temple. J. Rees, Shrewsbury, wharfinger. [Blackstock and Bunce, Temple E. Jones, Welsh Pool, spirit-merchant. [Philpot and Stone, Southampton-st.- 3. Simister, Oldham, cotton-spinne. [Johnson and Weatherall, Temple. .: inde~r, K~irkatall, Yorksh. butcher. [Smithson and Co. New-in n. W. G. Matthle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, commission merchants-J. and J. Williams, Beer- ferris, Devonshire, farmers-W. Harrison and J. Wainwright, Church, Lancashire, engravers to calico printers-r. Simister and SB Towler, Ellesmere, Shropsbire, plumbers-J. and R. Brown, Haberdasher's walk, Pitfield street, Horton NewTown, shoemakers-R. Drew and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANTEOUS. RTSSStssdiO.!7W1ted.'near' Miw Street. a Room, with floot ' top or north lj(ght.-Addreos, 134, Daily Post. VS19 p IYo ill Round Wanted.-Aillresns, zioting. partiosulara, IlDiy Post. e 414 *FEbHOLD Oround Ineto 2,3000. fo-r Trust Fund, In coo or r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chrged with stealing, last night, one pair of boots, of the value of 3s. lid., from the shop of Thomas Simister, 170, High Street. A ne'inuring tradesman saw prisoner take a pair of boots hich were hanging upoutside Simister's shop. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the silver cup. Cor. poral Edwards, Private Adams, and Sergeant Moss won 'the 'three £10. 10s. prizes; Privates Slaney and Simister won the two £3. 8s. prizes; and the £2. 2s. prize was won by Private Cook. all North Staffordshire Subscribers-only content

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