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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Auckland St Andrew

    p.m. Sherwall 38 Thomas Patenson, coll. 1511, p. m. Thomeson 39 William Strangeways , coll. December, 1520 , p. m. Patenson 40 Robert Hyndmer, coll. 1541, p. m. Strangeways ; 41 dean at the dissolution 42 Pat. 10 Hen. III,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Abbotsbury

    convent of the one part, William abbot of Milton of the other part, and Thomas Strangeways , executor of Alianor, late the wife of Thomas Strangeways , senior, of the third part, engaging in return for certain benefactions to provide

    Townships Ardwick

    a messuage and lands from William the son and heir apparent of Philip Strangeways ; George Strangeways was tenant for life; ibid. bdle. 14, m. 250. Thomas Strangeways made a settlement of a messuage and lands in Ardwick and Withington

    Townships Gorton

    Strangeways of Strangeways (see Cheetham) died in 1590 , holding land in Rusholme which had belonged to the dissolved monastery of Swineshead in socage by a rent of a pair of gloves; Manch. Collectanea (Chet. Soc.), ii, 142. Thomas

    Townships Broughton

    of 20 Jan. 1906 gives a pleasant picture of Broughton as the correspondent saw it seventy years ago: 'At the Strangeways end of Broughton Lane were a few residences, whilst in the near fields was a nest of working men

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Parton, Bow church yard 1. Shakeshat'. jufn. Widegate street, dealer. [White, Great St Helense G. C. Dinsdale, Middlehaem, Yorkshire, scrivener. [Strangeways and Walker, Barnard's inn. G. Keatin, WVaterloo road, liniendraper. [Green and Ashurst, Sambrook court, Basinghall street. R Thornley, Mottram, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [ELlis and Co. Chancery lane. NV. Morgan, Bond street, bookseller. [Chft and Fisher, Red Lion square. S. Wino, Leeds, victualler. [Strangeways and Co. Barsard iiann. C. Sykes, Leeds, surgeon. [King, Bedford place. S. Tyrrell, Bexhill, common brewer. [Pritchard, New Bridge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parsons, Standon, Hertfordshire, horse-dealer. [Weymouth, Chancery 1. J. Haigh, Milnsbridge, Yorkshire, scribbling-miller. LWalker, Lincoln's inn fields. J. Kelley, Leeds,Yorkshire, bricklayer. [Strangeways & Co. Barnard's inn; J. L Brook, Okehampton, Devonshire, druggist. [Brutton, New Broad st. J. D. Pennell, St Sidwell's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parry, Temple. L. Wiswould, Gainsborosigh, gun-maker. [Bell, Bedford-row. L.Wiswould and W. Dohlncan, Galosborough, carriers. [Spike, Temple. '1 Cocklil Littletown, dyer. [Strangeways and Co Barnards-inn. J. Lowe, bihetsvynd Astou, maltster. [Heming and Baxter, Lincoln's-inn. Fr'i idy, I May 13. 2 INSOlVENTS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T, Whittard, Duraley, shopkeeper. [Hiolme and Co. Ness Ion- T. S. Fox, Wells, builder, [Swa and Co. Frederick's-place Jewry T. Salter, North Walsham, corn-merchant. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's-innAefieds. T. Wood, EIeadingly, Yorkshire, corl and oil-miller. [Strangeways and Walker, Barnard's Inn. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Thomas' Lodge

    (1863): 992 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Griffin Hotel, Lower Broughton Street, Lower Broughton, Lancashire 1864 Town Hall, Duke Street, Strangeways, Lower Broughton, Lancashire 1866 Griffin Hotel, Lower Broughton Street, Lower Broughton, Lancashire 1869

    Strangeways Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Assize Courts Hotel, Great Ducie Street, Strangeways, Manchester, Lancashire 1868 Dog and Partridge Hotel, Fennel Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1873 Ducie Arms, Strangeways, Manchester, Lancashire 1875 Empire Hotel, Moreton Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1876 Old Boar's

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 December 1741, 4 December 1741

    dated the nth Day of May, in the Fourteenth Year of His prefent Majefty, created Lord llchefler, Baron of Woodsford Strangeways, in the County of Dorjet, was (in his Robes) introduced, between the Lord Delawarr and the Lord CornwaUis, alfo Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1816, 6 June 1816

    building a Bridge " acrofs the River Irwell, from the Townfhip of Salford, " in the Parilh of Manchefler, to Strangeways, in the " Townfhip of Cheetham, all in the County of Lancaßer, " and for making proper Avenues thereto Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1816, 7 June 1816

    a Bridge acrofs the River IrweJl, from the BridgeBi!1- " Townfhip of Salford, in the Parifh of Mancheßer, to " Strangeways, in the Townfhip of 'Cheetham, all in the " County of Lancaßer, and for making proper Avenues *' thereto." Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1816, 11 June 1816

    Bridge acrofs the River Irwell, ^jl " from the Townfhip of Salford, in the Parifh of Man- " chefler, to Strangeways, in the Townfhip of Cheetham, " all in the County of Lancaßer, and for making proper " Avenues thereto Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1816, 12 June 1816

    a Bridge acrofs the River Irwell, from the ^ru'ge B^': ic Townfhip of Salford, in theParifh of Manchefler, to le Strangeways, in the Townfhip of Cheetham, all in the '' County of Lancafler, and for making proper Avenues " thereto." Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    REYNOLDS, Francis (d.1773), of Strangeways, Manchester, Lancs.

    (d.1773), of Strangeways, Manchester, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancaster 24 Apr. 1745 12 Aug. 1773 Ofifces Held Surveyor of woods in the north of the duchy of Lancaster 1740-61; provost marshal of Barbados I741-61; clerk of the Crown to duchy of

    REYNOLDS, Francis (d.1773), of Strangeways, Manchester, Lancs.

    (d.1773), of Strangeways, Manchester, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancaster 24 Apr. 1745 12 Aug. 1773 Ofifces Held Provost-marshal of Barbados 1741-61; clerk of the Crown to duchy of Lancaster 1741-61; surveyor of woods in north of duchy of Lancaster 1740-61. Biography

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Maltine

    Is. per pair.? By Inland Post, Is. 2d. Sold bt the principal Chemists, and From the laboratory of THOMAS JACKSON, Strangeways, MANCHESTER. H ? I ? m fe{ tZ| i^ 5ZJ Z tzj w w w w w w ? Subscribers-only content

 

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