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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Radcliffe INDEX MAP to the PARISHES of RADCLIFFE and PRESTWICH

    crossing the bridg e, goes northerly to join the Bury and Bolton road , passing through the hamlet called Black Lane . To the north of the Bury and Bolton road is the Radcliffe portion of Cockey Moor. From the

    Parishes Hilperton

    Chestling, and Coming Hill , and approximately 171/2 acres of arable lying in parcels called South Field , Little Black Lane , and Moonlight, and in Hilperton Field and between the roads leading to Trowbridge . 62 In 1291 the

    Wisbech Hundred Newton Plan of St. James's Church

    Sterts or Sterdyke Field, and New Lands . In the fen: Leets Lane End , Earl's Doles, Hundred Acre, Black Lane , Bar, Midlinham, Richolme, Queen's Dolfe and Turnore Fields, 11 and Watery Pits. MANORS Newton is not mentioned in

    Parishes Downton

    the south by Black Lane , on the east by Landford , and on the west by the road north from the present Home Farm . 1217 Outside that rectangle to the west, between Black Lane and the Blackwater ,

    Townships Colne

    the hamlet of Laneshaw Bridge , beyond which is Emmott Hall . To the north-east of Piked Edge are Black Lane End and Ayneslack, in the extreme corner. The principal road is that from Burnley through Nelson ; it enters

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Michael D Jones o reported that a new English cause had been commenced idd in the neighbourhood of the Black Lane, Brymbo, and requested the Presbytery to form a church there It get was agreed to encoura3e the funds to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    encouraged to make himseef useful as the churches afford, him opportunity. 17 The delegates to the CongregiI on at Black Lane, Broughton reported that they nd formed a church there, It was agreed to confi m this and tommend the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar trefawyd amryw entertainmefntn4 ag exaibitionw o n bob math. Y mae y ryfeillion yn capel Saesneg y . Black Lane ye teimlo yn rhwymedig i'r holl garedigion sa fa ye gymwynasgar iddynt ye eu hymdrech i dalu ad dyled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r cyfarfodydd chwarterol ynglyn A'r Feibl Vymdeithas Yu Nosbarth Brymbo a Bronghton. Daeth amryW ynghyd i gapel y Methodistiaid, Black Lane, erbynsaith o'rgoh. Cymedrwyd y gadair gao Mr. Aslyygolfelstr. Agorwyd trwygndrln Agweddio arleodd yr ysgrifeoyVdd y cofnodion' a phasiwYd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kuson (18), brasscaster, 34 Court, Cheapside, were charged with assaultsng George Brown, of 71, Parade, and Frederick Stokes, ironturner, Black Lane, Green Lane.-George Brown stated that about half-past eleven on Saturday he was wvaiting in Hill Street, near Green's Village. Subscribers-only content

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