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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beenham

    far from the canal. A bronze palstave dug up in the parish is now in Reading Museum . 7 Thomas Stackhouse ( 1677-1752 ) was vicar of Beenham from 1733 to the time of his death. He was the author


    and heir Susanna married John Stackhouse 35 (d. 1819), the botanist. 36 Stackhouse 's widow 37 owned Acton Scott until her death in 1834 . 38 The next lord was their younger son Thomas Pendarves Stackhouse who assumed the additional

    Index K-Z

    Susanna, see Acton Thos. Pendarves , see Stackhouse Acton fam., Stackhouse Acton : (formerly Stackhouse ), Frances, see Knight (formerly Stackhouse ), Thos. Pendarves , and see Acton ; Dalberg- Acton ; Stackhouse ; Wood Acton Stafford : Joan, w.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Furness

    of the vill to the grange, and thus made one large colony. 174 In 1221 the rights of Furness in Stackhouse , which had been granted by Adam the son of Maldred in the previous century (before 1168), were upheld.

    Index A-J

    Stackhouse , see Wood Acton (formerly Fullerton -Smith), R.C., Ric. (d. by 1488 ), Ric. (d. 1590), Ric. (fl. 1628), Sir Ric. (d. 1791), Rob. (fl. 1245), Rob. (fl. 1570), Rog., Sarah, m. John Whitmore , Susanna, m. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. Richsaris,'Birmingham, chemist. T, Satterthwite, Liverpool, merchunt. T. \Vitstioiley, Manlchester, woollen-draper: W. Hodue, Great Hermitage-street, ship-owner. W. IHorne and L Stackhouse, Livernlool, merchants, T. Mitchell, Commereial-road, oimanit. G,. Sutton, Lamb's Conduilt-Etreet, silk-m6ercer. n. Cox, igeh-street, BorougI, statierier. t. Smith, Wavertree, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Modern 'Geography;, in which the Ancient and Pre'ert: Divisions are distinctly marked, by being priited on, opposite pages iS tyL'T. Stackhouse, A.: T.; 21. le]a 6d. coloured:' ' GEOGRAP3HIA SACRA oroi 'SCRIPTURE ATLAS, oomprising a complete Set of Maps' --adapted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4, Stokes 6, Cos ot oat) 2, Whitehouse 4, Horton 0, Barnard 0, Hale 3 extras .2, total, 44. Cannoec: Stackhouse 0, Trubshaw 3, dorrie I, VW. Anderson 1, Fellows 2, S. Anderson 12, Wharton 0, Hood 5, Walker 0j Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the license not to he endorsed. b TrlF FATAL PIT ACcmDENT.-Tbe adjourned inquest as n to the death of Samucl Stackhouse (47), High Heath, who was killed in No. 12 Pit, belonging to the Pclsall Coal n and Iron Company, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM _POLCE COURT. YES'sDAT.-Befare thc Stipendkary (i'Zr. Colimre), Sir James Sawyer, ead Messrs.5. B. Coedisusma oed Bramrc. A.LLErorn FALSE PsrrEScies.-Thomas Ashman (30), shop-salesman, living in apartments in RuSSell Street, was charged on a warrant with obtaining £3. 5s. from Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ingleton is described as a parish in the document.Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: James Stackhouse[Stackhouse] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Giggleswick (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stackhouse(Stackhouse) : undefined Giggleswick (Gigleswick) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edmund Jacques [Jaques] Role: witness

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