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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bryning-with-Kellamergh

    (Rec. Com.), 90. The daughters are named as Maud (wife of Robert de Stockport ), Margaret, Avice (wife of William de Mulhum), Quenilda and Amuria. Robert de Stockport had in 1200 -1 paid part of 10 marks (for two palfreys)

    Townships Woodplumpton

    Maud , who married Robert de Stockport , and Amice, who married Thomas de Beetham . Woodplumpton appears to have gone entirely to the former, 13 and as early as 1256 Robert de Stockport was sole lord, allowing John de

    Parishes Ratley

    ; 17 he married Joan daughter and heir of Richard de Stockport and left a son Robert and daughter Cecily . Robert, who took his mother's name of Stockport , died before 1358, when his widow Isabel settled the manor

    Townships Openshaw

    named Gorton . A branch line to Stockport separates near the western end of the township. A branch of the Manchester and Ashton Canal crosses the centre, going south to the Mersey at Stockport . The great engineering works of

    Townships Birkdale

    Woodplumpton and founder of Lytham Priory. Two only of Richard's five daughters left issue- Maud, wife of Sir Robert de Stockport , and Amuria, wife of Thomas de Beetham ; 5 their heirs continued to hold it down to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prif wobirwyon yn yr arholiad diweddaf ar egwyddorian meddygiaeth gan Mr. H. T. Jones, Gaerfen, M6. Aeth melin gotwm-Park Mill, Stockport, ar dcan nos Wener, a llosgodd i'r llawr, gyda'r holl beirian- waith a'r eiddo a berthynai iddi. Syrthiodd rhanau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o fwndeli'o sidan heb ei weithia, ,ac yu werth yn; gyda'u gilydd dd1iilai as 2,'5,900 o ddalerL. n 0 Yn Stockport, yrwjiV nas " ddxweddaifcymeradd 0n, yr eralyiad' ctla 'I yn y d yrnae o dan'ddeddf 1od, newdd adds. .Gwsiyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " A yywllywodraeth -yr Ysgol .Sabbothol yn syliaenedig ar egwyddoriorn c ey cywir a diogel 7" gan Mr. Robert Roberts, Stockport s'r road; "Yr Ysgol Sabbothol y371 ei chysylltiad a i'r chadwr:aeth yr iaith Gytnraeg," gan Mr. D. Hiumph. c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ysgol . .. ... ... 10 Esgob Exeter a'r Myfyrwyr . . 10 Marwolaeth a Chladdedigaeth Mr. Robert 10 Roberts, Stockport Rd., Manchester I Newyddion Cymreig ... ... ... .. 11 Genedigaetbaub Priodasau, &c. ... 12 Marchnadoedd ... ... ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. ROBERT ROBERTS, STOCKPORT : ROAD), MANCHESTER. 0 Ar y lofed o'r mis hwn, wedi cystudd byr, bu r farw y brawd anwyl.ucbod, yn 47 mlwydd oed. Yr oedd Mr. Roberts. yn enedigol o Llanarmon Glyn Ceiriog; ond symudodd i Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Benevolence

    (1781): 573 Lodge Number (1792): 482 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Lion, Heaton Lane, Stockport, Cheshire 1790

    Lodge of Peace

    Street East, Stockport, Cheshire 1806 Coach and Horses, New Bridge Lane, Stockport, Cheshire 1810 Red Bull, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1820 Royal Oak, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1822 Union Tavern, Vernon Bridge, Stockport, Cheshire 1830 Concert Tavern, Vernon Bridge, Stockport, Cheshire 1837

    Royal Arch Lodge of the Temple of Jerusalem

    payment 7 Aug. 1805. Meeting Places Queen's Head, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1793 Unicorn, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1797 Queen's Head, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1801 Crown and Mitre, King Street East, Stockport, Cheshire 1803 Crown and Anchor, Bridge Street, Stockport, Cheshire 1804

    no name is given

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Fleece Tavern, Chester Gate, Stockport, Cheshire 1795 Pack Horse, Market Place, Stockport, Cheshire 1801 Queen's Head, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1801 Crown and Anchor, Bridge Street, Stockport, Cheshire 1802 Queen's Head, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1805

    Lodge of Concord

    Head, Underbank, Stockport, Cheshire 1806 Nelson Inn, Wellington Road, Stockport, Cheshire 1829 Golden Ball Tavern, Millgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1831 Freemasons' Arms Tavern [unknown], Stockport, Cheshire 1835 Golden Ball Tavern, Millgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1836 Florist Hotel, Shaw Heath, Stockport, Cheshire 1877

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

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    CP.I.3071

    [Hudson] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Widow; Relict and executrix of James Hudson, deceased, late of Stockport in the county of Lancaster Location: Lancashire Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : undefined Participant: MarthaSaxton [Saxton] Role: defendant Details: female; Widow and sister of James

    CP.H.2772

    Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Peter Henshall [Henshall] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Anne Stockport[Stockport] Role: appellant Details: female Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport)

    TRANS.CP.1632/2

    libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1632 - 1632 People & Places Participant: RichardMurray [Murrey] Role: appellant Details: male; Clerk Employment: Rector of Stockport Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: EdwardRussel [Russell] Role: appellate Details: male; Gentleman

    TRANS.CP.1668/1

    Deceased Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : undefined Participant: ThomasHenshall [Henshall] Role: appellant Details: male; Brother of Randulf Henshall, deceased, late of Stockport Participant: RobertHenshall [Henshall] Role: appellant Details: male; Brother of Randulf Henshall, deceased, late of Stockport Participant:

    TRANS.CP.1620/3

    RandulfArderne [Aderne] Role: appellant Details: male; Gentleman; husband of Jane Arderne (als Radcliff), appellate in this cause Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Stockport(Stockport) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JaneArderne [Aderne] Alternate name: JaneRadcliff [Ratcliffe] Role: appellate Details: female; Wife of Randulf

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    in Herefordshire 20l. a Year to the Master At Cromer in Norfolk 10l. per Ann. by Sir Bartholom. Read At Stockport in Cheshire 10l. per Ann. by Edm. Shaw , who lived in Henry the Seventh 's Time ALMESHOUSES. An

 

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