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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Local government and public services Municipal buildings

    late 16thcentury painted boards depicting the Norman earls and Edric Sylvestris (Eadric the wild), supposed ancestor of the Sylvesters of Storeton in Wirral . Formerly in the possession of the Stanleys of Hooton , they were purchased by Sir Thomas

    Townships Pennington

    coheir of Sir James Harrington , knt., son of the last-named, married Sir William Stanley , knt., of Hooton and Storeton , Chester , 71 who was a suitor at the court held at Warrington in 1523 for this land.

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Railways

    of his earlier station at Derby , as a long two-storeyed Italianate building in dark red brick with facings of Storeton stone. 19 There was only one through platform, over 1,000 ft. long, and a scissors junction allowed up trains

    Townships Knowsley LATHOM AND STANLEY OF KNOWSLEY

    of William son of John de Stanley who in 1378 was pardoned for the death of Thomas de Clotton at Storeton in Wirral , the pardon being granted at the prayer of Sir Thomas Trivet in consideration of the good

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    , Clotton , Coddington , Greasby , Hatton , Lea Newbold , Ledsham , Picton , Prenton , Saughall , Storeton , Tattenhall , Wallasey , Waverton , Willaston (in Nantwich ), and Worleston . 20 The founder's son, Earl

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALSH, Robert, of Lincoln.

    the sheriff of Lincoln; and in 1421 he gave the King’s Council personal guarantees that Katherine, the daughter of John Storeton, would not marry without a royal licence. Walsh often acted as a trustee, nost notably in 1418, when he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i lawr y vn ophr tMs o wair, gan el orebuddio yn ofslu4 iawn h gwellt. Wedi hyny. aethant tual Storeton. Ymhen oddeutu ugain mynyd, dychwelodd y aden ddyndena l All St Reece, pa ddechmea gwaghau ei iogelleu1, s0 Y'beilio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5purtillg WORCESTER AUTUMN MEETING. I sr;t. Al' ; Viscount Elinley, M.P. ; F. W. Kinight, Esq., M.P. J. H 1. Foley, lsq., M.P. ; Colonel ncshoant, ME. ; OsGaillri Iticardlo, Esq., MHP.; ItVilliana Laslett, Erg., M. P SIr. WVill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sccccoe-;uc Inu, Nowriet - -Monda, Mlerniogton Wednesday, Tweeclowiv: Friday, Stolte Heath. 10.4r5. TAcBY'S, Mr.-Molday, Little 1eatling l13a1 ; Ihulnday, Grea Storeton Saturday, Allecton. 11. tX SYaIC it'iiiKE.-t3londay, IUfton Wood: Tuesday, Mitfore Bridge: Thurseday. Wellesbourue * Friday, Susalclitrc. 11.15. WAcWICi.SinTILE, NocrTe.-Moeeday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIG.ENCE. RACING NOTES AND) AN~'TICIPA,'TIONSM. r 's 5/a- 1~' ii's-ous Ilr 52] Alr, 50 'O' A 1 Sir'-Backers of horses have their lucky stairs to titankc %It th l at the .Sass ideown Grannd I Iutrd Iule la Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHOLERA. rl~cutcr's Tec/prrasr.] M£ADDRID, August 13 (9.45 p.m.)-Thirty-fivo cases of cholera and 31 deaths Isavo o cured in the capital to-day, and 75 cases and 18 deaths in the province of Madrid, among tho victims being the Director Subscribers-only content

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