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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    witness; ibid. W 113. Robert Walshaw of Walshaw in 1425 -6 married Alice daughter of Thomas Rigmaiden; ibid. C 112. The feoffees of Adam Walshaw in 1428 -9 gave to Robert son of John Walshaw Adam's lands in Briercliffe ;

    Townships Burscough

    who was farmer at Martin Grange under the earl of Derby ; he confessed that he had had timber from Walshaw and Tarlscough for his house and more from the hedgerows, which he claimed for ploughbote and cartbote; Duchy of

    The parish of Bury INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BURY

    72 The most considerable single charity is that founded in 1892 -6 by Miss Nancy Haworth for the poor of Walshaw , partly in Tottington Lower End and partly in Elton . 73 Tottington has old school endowments and some

    Townships Tottington

    north respectively. The Lower End contains the village of Tottington , with the hamlets of Woolfold , Bolholt , and Walshaw in the south; Affetside and Hawkshaw in the west; Green Mount , Holcombe Brook , Redisher, Hazelhurst , and

    Townships Trawden

    Skarth on Crow Hill , then down to a spot opposite the end of the old ditch dividing Stanbury and Walshaw , pointing north to the Blackgroove on the back of Crow Hill , divides Trawden from Stanbury . Thence

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otllcg of Sir; WV B. :Canderson, solicitor. Northgalte Street, WatrivicRi Septeember 70, at 11. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Edwin Wilkes andt Mattheow Walshaw, -22, Caroline Street, Biruuinglcacc, jewellers -Gcorgisna Nixoss ard Emima Regless umilliners. mod dressmakers! 2i, tslington Row, 'dirmincham.- Thomoas Jenkins, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THIE DISTRESS IN, IRELAND. at NLKPW YORK, Metndsy,-Mcetings continue to be hell in ait various pisces to provide relief for tite distress in Ireland, andJ subscription lists are being opened, in rniny quarters. is L'IRMI?{QIHAlIE IELIII' FUND. d. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    salver. The presenta- tion was madi by the Mayor, and letters eullogising Dr. Dallingor were read from Archdeacon Blakeney, Canon. Walshaw, Roman Catholic:; Sir Frederick Mappin, an d many inflineirrtal people. The presents wrere shhscribcd Ifor by all sections of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tX Smith, Hull's Plad, corner Bloonabury StretNehelisl. cl2dS6 - j--sINECIAL igord) 'Worted; feve is family: references: comfort- Tabte home -Apply. Walshaw, . Beeos Walk, Zleseter. c2ldi j~lFree notilNsniteed-lire. Sayley, IKing's HahRgsFadjoining Post, (Ofire. C sEINEPIAI Sercact (good) Wanted, aeg shoot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oLit.) 0. Fouldes0, extras 4;! trSm.oith 4, Windridge 2, Adams ~r H o 0 V zflhmns 0. Sham0Arhr, rn-an 5, Walshaw 0. Marshall 0, extras 2; m"'earrF v. Ganxnrr SCsn.- At u,1y. Sntherland 16, Powell 3, W. Wal- -t-r-Brown 1, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'W'

    Walsh : Eliz, wid, 31.11 Jas, ser, 7.17 Sam; Marg, w; Sam, s; Han, d; Sar, d; Geo, s, 35.7 Walshaw -, wid; -, child, 32.20 Walsley Mary, ser, 28.13 Walsted Abel, ser, 29.12 Walter : Art, ser, 16.16 David;

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1724

    Bloomsbury church. 374 . [p. 280 ] 31 Aug. 1724 1. Referred to Surveyors petitions of Goodchild, Mrs Goodchild, Dunn, Walshaw, Whitaker and Sarah Plumpton. 2. Advertisements ordered for joiners' and plasterers' proposals for Bloomsbury church, for glaziers' for Spitalfields,

    Index, Persons

    53, 57, 61, 63, 198, 206 Mrs, 99 Nicholas, watchman, 432, 446 Walpole , Robert, see Exchequer, Chancellor of the Walshaw , John, joiner, 374-5 Ward* , Sir John ( c . 1650-1726), MP London, Sheriff of London 1715-16; E,

    Chronological list of aldermen, 1400-1500

    c October, 1487; Will [P.C.C. 10 Milles ] September 24; proved October 20, 1487. 1460, Dec. 20 (and sworn) John Walshaw, Draper Dowgate, 1460-5 vice Hatherle Auditor 1458-60; Master Drapers 1461-2. 1461, Jan. George Irlond, Grocer Aldgate, 1461, Cordwainer, 1461-73

    Index of persons

    H ., II., lii., 191 . Walpole , Sir R ., II. xlviii., lii., lvii., 177, 191, 196, 197 . Walshaw , J., I. 138, 190 , 232, 340 , 416; II. 12, 13. Walsingham , Sir F ., II.

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