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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fenton

    Fenton FENTON THE town of Fenton lies in the south of the Potteries and in 1910 formed an urban district. 1 Historically it consisted of the two townships of Fenton Culvert or Great Fenton and Fenton Vivian or Little

    Index

    Index Note: The arrangement of the index in general reflects the arrangement of the volume summarized on p. 80. Thus all places within one of the six Pottery towns in 1910 are identified to the relevant town; all other

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, February 27. VWnr-Office, Febroary 27.-Staff: Col. W. F. Forster, bllf-pay Unattached, Deputy Adjutant-General in Dublin, to be Deputy Adjutant-General to the Force; vice Major-General Simpson: Colonel R. B. Wood, C.B., half-pay 97th Foolt, As- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, January 15. flankruptoy Ansnuhleall.-G. W. Hall, Lime street, East India merchant. Bamik'iiuptm.-J. T. Merrickr, Cbanceltor road, Htammersmith, builder. [Law- rance, and Co., Old Jewry chamnters-H. Winscam, Croydon, piano forte dealer. (Reed, Ironmonger lane.-G. Hatt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. IfI might give a short hint to an ImpartialivritCr it would be to tell him hisfate. If le resolvedto venture upon tllhe dge1ous precipice of tellinL unbliassed truth let him proclaim war with manlildlind-ither to give Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES. FATAL RAILWAY AcciDEnaiT-On the night of yesterday week. about twelve o'clock-, a frightful collision occurred at the Church Fenton junction of the North Eastern Railway. A special train had arrived at the station from Mlarket Weighton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW AND POLICE. BELIEF TN WTITocArCTa-James Tunnieliffe, the keeper of a beer- shop called the Royal Oak, at Thornley lane, near Newborough, in this county, was tried at the Stafford Assizes, on Monday, for obtaining divers stuns of money, Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1701/6

    DC.CP.1701/6 Reference:DC.CP.1701/6 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Dean and Chapter Case:Tithe (rape seed) Details:7 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1701 - 1702 People & Places Participant: William Wickham [Wickham] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Esquire; Farmer of

    DC.CP.1766/2

    DC.CP.1766/2 Reference:DC.CP.1766/2 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Dean and Chapter Case:Tithe (customary dues) Details:24 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1766 - 1768 People & Places Participant: Robert Kitchen [Kitching] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Clerk Employment: Vicar

 

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