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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Botteslow

    Botteslow BOTTESLOW BOTTESLOW was a liberty of 593 acres in the ancient parish of Stoke-upon-Trent bounded on the west by the Trent and on the north and east by a small tributary of the Trent ; to the south

    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

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

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    DC.CP.1835/2

    Middleton Employment: Farmer Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton (Little Fenton) : undefined Participant: William Middleton [Middleton] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Husbandman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton (Little Fenton) : undefined Participant: Joseph Middleton [Middleton] Role:

    DC.CP.1696/3

    Anne Thurkell [Thirkell] Role: witness Details: female; 30; Wife of Joshua Thurkell, Yeoman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Fenton (Fenton Parva) : undefined Participant: Joshua Thurkell [Thirkell] Role: witness Details: male; 31; Yeoman Location: Kirk Fenton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Kirk

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1511-15

    Yorkshire Fines 1511-15 1511 15 1510 11 HILARY TERM , 2 HENRY VIII . * Walter Champion, Christopher Ason, and Richard Wattys Leo Percye and Katherine his wife and Walter Percye Manor of Hessell and 8 messuages and a

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    Yorkshire Fines 1557 1557 1556 7 HILARY TERM , 3 & 4 PHILIP & MARY . ** Richard Sherburne, kt. Robert Clyderhowe The moiety of 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands and free fishing in the water of

    Yorkshire Fines, 1572

    Yorkshire Fines 1572 1572 1571 2. HILARY TERM , 14 ELIZABETH . * James Byrkbye, gent. Isabel Salvyn, widow 4 messuages and 8 cottages with lands in Nether Acaster als . Acaster Selby. Robert Cloughe and Elizabeth his wife

    Yorkshire Fines, 1589, 01 January 1589-31 December 1589

    Yorkshire Fines 1589 1589 1588 9 HILARY TERM , 31 ELIZABETH * Thomas Smythson and Edward Wythes William Fairfax, esq., and Mabel his wife and Robert Shawe Manor of Colton and a messuage with lands in Colton and Bolton

    Yorkshire Fines, 1591, 01 January 1591-31 December 1591

    Yorkshire Fines 1591 1591 1590 1. HILARY TERM , 33 ELIZABETH . * Ralph Rookbye, esq. Edward Beilsley and Bridgett his wife Messuage in the parish of St. Martin in the city of York. * John Crispyn and Elena

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. - To e Editor of te DaiZy Poast.-Sir,-Ab length the full tale of the spring entries has been made public, and, with the exception of Leicester, where the more important handicaps did not fill, they are on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE, Vimoc Lost Night's CametteI ADJ'UI)CATIONS. JOHN HUNT, Railway House, Prestatyni, Plintshire, grocer and general dealer. 'WacisaLsr Ma~rxcs, late The Crescent, Htpperholmie, now residing at St. Panl's Road, Shipley, both Yorkshire, bookers' clerk. SETH Rows~ac, Fluslidyks, Ossett, Yorkshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an SLCURITY A,\D ADVANTAGE. an at Min NODIRICH UNiONL FIRE OFFICE. J .5HL-1 BNiGLISII, Agent, Leeds. All Polic'es gratis. ' HE Office continues to receive Insurances upon j 1. he La me Terms au all the ether Fire-Offices : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Al{ I'N\E S-liOOMI. Ji Null l- ol SuLIJSCtibCr S I0 1i li110o1am Il rllll..I and Ei bty-fliae. TIle Nitanbe. I c alfl! e r i this Ntutmbel is cottipletldl, ;; ii *. ' l caon 1: adilritteld, LXetoat tt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SECOND EDITION. THIS DAY IS PUBLIS111D, in One Vol. Svo. Price Five S/lil/hlgs itr dol ASECOND EDITION oR.ETRLIBUTIONT. A~.Af't adrircosrd to Wontollrn, with colliderable Additions. By the Hitrv. C HAlRLsi SW'xN, Curate of titoss. " There are tmtny P'5sslies Subscribers-only content

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