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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Radway

    Parishes Radway RADWAY Acreage: 1,463. Population: 1911, 266; 1921, 252; 1931, 269. Radway is a small parish, 2 miles in depth from north to south by about a mile in breadth, mostly of rich pasture-land. The eastern boundary is

    Liverpool Schools

    Liverpool Schools SCHOOLS Elementary education began in Liverpool with the provision of a number of Sunday-schools for the poor, founded as the result of a town's meeting in 1784 . 1 These were rapidly followed by the institution of

    Parishes Ratley

    Parishes Ratley RATLEY Acreage: 1,729. Population: 1911, 267; 1921, 248; 1931, 245. The parish is roughly L-shaped, the longer limb (13/4 miles) lying east and west, with the shorter projecting southwards for about a mile. The angle between the

    Stapenhill Education

    Stapenhill Education Education There was a boarding school in Stapenhill in the mid 17th century. 10 In the earlier 1770s there was apparently no local educational provision, and some boys at least were probably sent to the grammar school

    Liverpool The university

    Liverpool The university UNIVERSITY The first attempt to establish in Liverpool an institution for higher education was the foundation of the Royal Institution , opened in 1817 ; it maintained collections of scientific objects and paintings, it also organized

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to RYDYCHAIN. Syr,-Mae yr oll o'ch darlienwyr yn ddigon cydna- I byddus Wr enw nehod, fel nad yw yn angenrheidiol i I todi ei sefyllfa ddaearyddol, fely7gwneir weithaiaa gyda phentref o ddwsin o annedd-dai ymha un y cynhal- iwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PWSLMLHET. TEmlyDDIAETH DDA. Dydd Ian, yr 2lain cyfisol, cynhaliwyd gwyl ar- dderchog gyda Theml y Plant yu y dref hon. Am 2 o'r gloeh y prydnhawn, ymgynullodd aelodau Ternl y Plant, i gapel Salem, a Ifurfiwyd' gorymdaith yn rhifo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLANBERIS. TS 11 ] x _J Tn FATr.-Ddydd Sedwrn, v 6ed cyfisol, rhodd- 16 odd Mrs. 0. D. Jones, Sumnner Hill, yn ol ei haelioni Yn arferol, wledd o'r fath orea i'r gangen Ysool Sabboth- cy ol a gynhelir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YXIWELIAD A METHODISTIAID GWENT. LT W M.N .I. Ar fy ymdaith rbwng bryniau Gwent, cefais ar ddeall fad y frawdoliaeth Fethodistaidd yn debyg o gyfarfod yn " go gryno" yn cu. CYfarfod Misol yn eglwys Gymraeg Abercarn. Gan fy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YSTADEGAETH GREFYDDOL LIVER- POOL. LPapyr a ddarllenmyd gait y Pareh. roAn Thomae, .D., men'mI Cyifayod AgImysig Undebol, a gynhal- sinnd yn y Tabernael, lonamr 4, 1881.] Mae rhyw yafa wedi dicgyn ar ddynion y dyddiau hyn i rifo y Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1840/1

    [Watson] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Merchant Location: Stockport (Cheshire) Place(s): Adswood Lane (Adswood Lane) : undefined Former residenceLancashire Edge Hill (Edge Hill) : undefined North America : country Participant: Stephen Watson [Watson] Role: appellate Details: male; [Disputed] Executor of

 

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