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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanbury

    Parishes Hanbury HANBURY Heanburg (vii cent.); Heanberi (viii cent.); Heanbyrg (ix cent.); Hambyrie, Heanbyri, Hamburyjuxta- Witham (xii cent.); Hambir (xiii cent.). Hanbury is a large hilly parish east of the town of Droitwich . The following account of it

    Salford hundred The parish of Deane PARISH of DEANE

    Salford hundred The parish of Deane THE HUNDRED OF SALFORD ( Continuation ) DEANE Rumworth; Horwich ; Heaton ; Halliwell ; Westhoughton ; Hulton, Little; Hulton, Middle; Hulton, Over ; Farnworth ; Kearsley This parish, originally the northern half

    Parishes Feckenham

    Parishes Feckenham FECKENHAM Feccanhom (ix cent.); Feccheham (xi cent.); Fekkeham, Fekeham (xii cent.); Feckeham, Feckaham, Fecham (xiii cent.); Flechenham (xvi cent.); Feckyngham (xvi and xvii cent.). Feckenham is a large parish in the extreme east of the county on

    Townships Great Bolton

    Townships Great Bolton GREAT BOLTON Bothelton, 1212; Botelton, 1257; Boulton , 1288, and common; Bolton , 1307, and common. This township, 1 which contains the parish church and about half the town of Bolton-le-Moors , has an area of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Mr. Stanhope, Secret for War, arrived in Iondo on Monday evening from Dublin. Lord Longhborough, eon and heir of the Earl of Rosslyn, is very ill at Stamford, suffering from inflarma- tion of the bowels The latest thing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GUse. America has only 100,000 men organised for military An electric dogcart belonging to a rich Americn is to be seen running in the streets of Rome. ,M;nie Palmer, the actress, told a Cincinnat reportr that she values her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE REPRESENTATION OF p WOITWICH. SIR JOHN rAKINcITON, 3MY., ON~ PUBLIC kFIFFA I RS Los t, Light, Sir John Pakington, 'M.D., Secretary of State for the NVar Department, addre ssed Lis constituents at the (40orge Hotel, lgoitwlelh., aife.. Ed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUNTING APPOINTMENTS. [WEATnER, PERMITTING(.] The WA weasesebn HOUNDS, at a quarter to Eleven.- Thib clay Jan. 26, at Red 111il Tharsday, Jan. 23, at BearIey Crotss riday, Jan. 29, at Barford Vage. The NonH WAnIwrOIKaniiW P OuNDS, at Elerten.-This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. The W~nwresrsnui HOUNDS, at a qzarfer to Bkmi- This day, Jan.27, at Snitterfeld ; Friday, Jan. 28, at Farnborough. The NoiTn WARWIcKSaRSn HOUNDS, at Alleven.-This day, Jan. 27 at Hilnorton Friday, Feb. 28, at Boot Inn (Honily). Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U-Z, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Index U. Uckington , Salop, i. g. 1166 (20). Ucl s , in Castile, monastery of, i. 25. Udal (Udale) , Nic., i. 649. Udymer (Odymer) , Suss., i. g. 149 (33). Ufculm (Oscombe, Uffcombe, Uffecolome) , Devon, i.

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