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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Helens

    Troublefield Farm to Mrs. Carr Tate . APPLEYAPPLEY , originally a farm of some 200 acres at the north-east extremity of the parish, bordering the sea, probably represents the land in Appley which, with Westbrook and Westhey, was granted

    Townships Wrightington

    Fairhurst , to the west of Harrock, reaches down to the Douglas . A road runs north from Appley Bridge through Appley Moor and the hamlet called Robin Hood to Eccleston ; it is crossed by two roads from Wigan

    Parishes Northwood

    Granville Ward , was occupied from 1902 to 1906 by a community of Benedictine nuns, who have since moved to Appley , near Ryde (q.v.). The house, which is properly in Cowes , was built in 1837 , on the

    The parish and township of Aughton Introduction and church

    . By his will, dated 7 June, 1673 , and proved 23 June, 1674 , he left his tenements in Appley in Wrightington to his wife, but 'half only if she marry or miscarry.' She afterwards married Thomas Marsden ,

    Townships Shevington

    Kuerden MSS. vi, fol. 97, no. 96. Nicholas Worthington held six messuages, lands, & c., in Shevington , Langtree and Appley in 1557 ; Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 17, m. 5. Elizabeth , widow of a preceding

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. John Hewlett, Rector of Hilgay, Norfolk, &c. &c tWilliam Hutt, Esq. son ot the late Richard Butt, Esq., of Appley, in tie Isle of Wight, to Mary, Countess of Strathmore. DIED. On the ioth inst. at his seat, Easton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N. C. Depot Battalion,;to be Maj., vice Appleyard, who exchang s Lieu! . Thurstone to be Capt., by purchase, vice Appley promoted etl Lloyd to be Lieut., by purchase, vice Ilhurs one-9th Foot: ItJ. Dd o a )epet to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doek Steasil, £6. ton (a. A Vlt II S'oail as intr Qcallin t t Avleutieit ThrueticSeealnhoe23. Frclnmie Lunldothrs £4. DaroscirVctoA Appley tao h Do al ala ietrMsssTrl ae n RV INcE1eac, -1WEELYl aslo;S SA . 8 racme LV11014 tosobee W.ererlL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "9WANTE1Dis LA2SSOf.ADVIRRTIS.EMENTS J Vor cnsceesitive. inser'tiOns of thss olsiesee of sm,,ill Adviort~E;Emotlt, -Ut. liarticsulariliesl below this tonolting ar the Prsepaid~ charges e L l61Vords, Once 6d to 32 Vords, Once... Is. Oil --- Adveriemnontsex.c~eesij% 7 woDittoThr Inseartioses., le. O Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i WANTEDI" CLASSof0 ADVERTISEME.NT8 Sol omwit~tlv insertions of the cleamao ml detsmn fjrlculavseed below the following are"O te'psmaeo Adchtarges 16'ord, Oce ...... 6d. 117 to 32ora Once... Is. Od el Ditto, Three Insertions., ls. Xd Ditto Three Inoeertione. 2a. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 18 December 1834

    Dalderby; Hal- laton, &c.; and Northchurch, 834.—South Ferriby; Gox- hill; Braceby; Boothby Pagnell; Twelve from Lincoln; Alford; Aisthorpe and Thorpe; Appley; Alkborough with Whitton ; Bracebridge; Blyborough ; Broxholme ; Brat- tleby; Bishops Norton with Atterby; Cherry-Willingham ; North Carlton; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    and Holystone, 443. Amesbury, 472. Ampner Hinton, 473. Amwell, 403. Ancaster, 546. Ancroft, 443. Anderby, 482. Ansley, 340. Apethorpe, 364. Appley, 482. Asaph, St., 406. Ashbourne, 111. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 364. 403. Ashby Puerorum and Toynton Low, 540. Ashe, 553. Asheldam and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    granting Probates and Ad- ministrations; From, Aisthorpe, Scampton, &c, xc. 165. Al- cester, Inhabitants of, 207. Alford, 189. Andover, 173. Appley and Bardney, 165. Asaph, St., Inhabitants of, 164. Asaph, St., Solicitors of, 164. Auborn and Stapleford, 165. Aylesbury, 180. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    of Thorn St. Margaret g6. Curacy of Walmsley g7. Curacy of St. John's g8. Curacy of Stainfield 99. Curacy of Appley 100. Curacy of Compton parva Curacy of Henley Vicarage of Sundon Rectory of Athelington Curacy of Ash Priors - Subscribers-only content

    14 July 1834, 14 July 1834

    in Eastgate and Saint Margaret, Lincoln;—Saint Peter at Arches, Lincoln;—Saint Peter at Gowts, Lincoln;—Saint Paul, Lincoln;—Saint Swithin, Lincoln ; — Appley ; — Alkborough-with-Whitton; —Ais- thorpe and Thorpe;—Broxholme;—Blyborough;—Brace- bridge ; — Brattleby; — Bishop's Norton-with-Atterby;—• North Carlton; — Cherry Willingham; Subscribers-only content


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