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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churches and religious bodies Medieval parish churches

    century St. Oswald's had dependent chapelries at Bruera , Wervin , and Great Boughton , served by chaplains maintained by the vicar. 346 By the 17th century, though Bruera survived, Wervin was in ruins and Great Boughton had disappeared. 347

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    1086 but the remaining 21 holdings, in Hoseley, Cheveley , Huntington , Middleton Grange , Saighton , Boughton , Iddinshall, Wervin , Croughton , Lea -byBackford, Sutton , Saughall , Shotwick , Neston , Raby , Bridge Trafford , Ince

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    William Hawarden Alexander Henbury , John Bradley 1419-20 John Hope Robert Hale, Stephen Bellyetter 1420-1 John Hope William Malpas, Nicholas Wervin 1421-2 John Hope Richard Massey, William Malpas 1422-3 John Walsh Robert Hewster, Nicholas Russell 1423-4 John Hatton Hugh Woodcock,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,_ iinson, Esq., Plealey, Shropshire. to SARAH, second survivlng daugh- r I ter of the Iate AIr. JouN LLOYD, of Wervin, Cheshire. On the 28th slt., at St. Bride's church, Liverpool. by the Rev. T.. C ] Cowan, JtaIEs SPrEcN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Staeuey, Holmes Chapel, Hooton, Minderton, Lostoek, Leighton, Little Neston, Little Stanney, Macefen, Pott Shrigley, Shiphrooke, Stoke, Wirswall, Tythringtosi, Woodford, and Wervin, making a total of 868 townships infected. The increase in the number attacked during the past week has been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while the second was awarded to Lord Egerton's Coronet. For cait stallion under three years old, Mr. Joseph Beecroft, of Wervin, was unrivalled, while Lord ligerton of Tatton was the winner in the class for younger draught stalion. At the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mrs. C. Waite, AMr. and Mlrs. ;M'-Kay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kingman, Master KRiugwran Mr. and Mrs G. Wervin, Mrs. S. Van g Nostrand, 1. C. Oppinger, Mr. Evening, H. Peree, P Hoyle, J. Crofton, W. Chadwiuk, Colonel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of T. Wilkin. la son, Eeq, of Plealey, Shropshire, to Sarah, daughter oi the lae e Mr. J. Lloyd, of Wervin, Cheshire, d aB DEATHS. V BIRCH.-May 29, at Folkestone, General S. F. Birh, C.B., Royal ed Engineers, aged 79. Subscribers-only content

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