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Abbott:
-, Fra.,
-, Mark,

A'Court, Wm. Pierce Ashe,

Adam the smith,

Adams:
-, Fred,
-, Fred, s. of last,
-, Fred, grds. of first,
-, John,
-, Ralph,

Adams & Green,

Adams Foods Ltd. (formerly Adams Butter Ltd. and Adams Dairies (Wholesale)),

Adderley:
-, Isabel, m. Sir Vauncey Harpur Crewe,
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,

Adsetts, Joan,

Adstock (Bucks.),

Agarde, Edw.,

agriculture, see farming

airfields,

Alcock:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, John, s. of Wm.,
-, Peter,
-, Solomon,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Alexander (locksmith, fl. 1340),

Alexander, Wm.,

Alfgar, earl of Mercia,

Allen:
-, John, and his w.,
-, Wm.,

Alsop:
-, Jas., and his w. Adelina,
-, Jas. (?another),
-, John (fl. 1720-1),
-, John (fl. 1870),
-, Rob.,

Alstonefield ancient parish,
-, inc.,
-, map,
-, mining,
-, par. govt.,

Alstonefield and Wetton nursing association,

Alstonefield civil parish (including Alstonefield township),
-, agric.,
-, Anglo-Saxon remains,
-, Archford moor,
-, bands,
-, Beresford (formerly in Fawfieldhead),
-, Beresford Cottage,
-, Beresford Dale,
-, Beresford Hall, plate
-, fishing ho., plate
-, man.,
-, Beresford Lane,
-, bridges:
-, Archford bridge,
-, Lode bridge,
-, Viator's bridge, plate
-, chars.,
-, cheese factory,
-, choral soc.,
-, ch., plates
-, clergy, and see Aston; Bagshawe; Croft; Dewe; Paddy; Parr; Ralph; Simpson; Story; Whitaker
-, guild,
-, vicarage hos.,
-, dispensary,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, friendly socs.,
-, Gateham,
-, Gateham Grange,
-, geol.,
-, Gipsy Lane,
-, Gratton Hill,
-, Hall (formerly Stanshope) Dale,
-, Hope,
-, Hopedale,
-, horticultural shows,
-, ind., see Alstonefield civil parish: quarrying
-, inns,
-, libr.,
-, local hist. soc.,
-, Lode,
-, Lode Lane,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, steward,
-, map,
-, Memorial Hall and Community Centre,
-, Mill Dale,
-, Milldale,
-, mills, plate
-, Millway Lane,
-, Narrowdale,
-, man.,
-, Narrowdale Hill,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, workho., plate
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, quarrying,
-, Rakes,
-, reading room,
-, rectory,
-, schs.,
-, sheep sales,
-, sport,
-, Stanshope,
-, Stanshope Hall, plates
-, Stanshope Dale, see Alstonefield civil parish: Hall Dale
-, Steep Low,
-, tithe barn,
-, wake,
-, water supplies,
-, Westside,
-, Wolfscote Dale,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, workho., see Alstonefield civil parish: poor relief

Alstonefield forest (Malbank Frith, Malbon forest),

Alstonefield Gilbert Union,

Alstonefield Hayes, see Fawfieldhead

Alstonefield township, see Alstonefield civil parish

Alstonfield Dairy Association,

Alton,
-, constablewick,
-, Cotton,
-, man. ct.,

Alward (Domesday tenant),

Amalgamated Society of Silk Twisters,

Amalgamated Society of Textile Workers and Kindred Trades,

Amblecote,

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Anchor Housing Association,

Anderson, Jos., Rom. Cath. priest,

angling,

Anglo-Saxon remains,
-, crosses,

Anti-Corn Law League,

Antrobus:
-, Crawfurd,
-, Sir Edmund, Bt.,
-, Gibbs Crawfurd,
-, John C.,
-, Phil.,
-, Lt.-Col. Ronald Hen.,

Anzio Camp, see Blackshaw Moor

Archford bridge, see Alstonfield civil parish: bridges

Archford moor, see Alstonefield civil parish

architects, see Adams & Green; Bateman & Drury; Beardmore, Jeremiah and Jos.; Brealey, J. T.; Briggs & Thornely; Bryden; Burleigh; Butterfield; Chappell; Christian; Edgar; Elmes; Emerson; Francis, F. and W.; Francis, F. J.; Francis, Horace; GCW Architects; Grindon, Wm.; Horne; Horsley, Gerald; Hulme, Upright & Partners; Ingram; Leech; Longden, R. T.; Longden & Venables; Lowe; Lynam; Owen, W.; Radford; Rawlins; Sanderson; Scrivener, R., & Sons; Scrivener, Rob.; Sedding; Shaw, R. Norman; Smith, J. G.; Street; Sugden, Larner; Sugden, W., & Son; Sugden, Wm.; Vicars; Waterhouse; Weightman, Hadfield & Goldie; Wilson; Wood, Goldstraw & Yorath; Worthington, Thos., & Sons

Argles:
-, Frank Atkinson,
-, R. M.,
-, Susannah, see Atkinson
-, Thos.,

Armett:
-, Chas. (fl. 1788),
-, Chas. (fl. 1851),
-, Joan,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1669),
-, Wm. (fl. 1741-64),
-, Wm. (d. 1842),
-, fam.,

Armstrong:
-, Eliz.,
-, Gabriel (d. 1638),
-, Gabriel (fl. 1658),
-, Gilb.,
-, Marg., w. of Gabriel,

artists and designers, see Ash, Edw.; Barney; Broadbent; Burne-Jones; Crane, Wal.; De Morgan; Durham; Epstein; Foster; John Hardman Studios; Hassall; Jackson, R. Hamilton; Lethaby; Morris, Wm.; Morris & Co.; Platt, J. E.; Webb, Steph.

Arts and Crafts movement,

Arts Council of Great Britain,

Ash, Edw.,
-, and see Ashe

Ashbourne (Derb.),
-, ch.,
-, St. Oswald's chantry,
-, Coldeaton,
-, communications,
-, Newton Grange,

Ashbourne poor-law union,

Ashcombe Hall, see Cheddleton

Ashe:
-, Bridget,
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Jolliffe
-, Wm., s. of Eliz.,
-, Wm., grds. of Eliz.,

Ashenhurst:
-, Hen. of,
-, John (fl. 1552),
-, John (d. 1597),
-, John (fl. 1667),
-, Ralph,
-, Randle,
-, Ranulph of,
-, Wm. of,

Ashenhurst, see Bradnop

Ashton:
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1722),
-, John (fl. 1790s),
-, John (fl. 1818),
-, John (fl. 1851),
-, Thos.,

Assheton:
-, Dame Mary,
-, Sir Raphe,

associations for the prosecution of felons,

Astbury (Ches.), see Congleton; Eaton; Moreton, Great

Astley:
-, Frances,
-, Hannah,
-, Wm.,
-, -,

Aston:
-, Barbara, m. Hen. Thos. Clifford,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Jas., Baron Aston,
-, Marg., m. Tim. Egerton, Sir Edw. Tyrrel,
-, Mary, m. Sir Wal. Blount,
-, Rob., vicar of Alstonefield and rector of Standon,
-, Sir Wal., later Baron Aston (d. 1639),
-, Wal., Baron Aston (d. 1678),
-, Wal., Baron Aston (d. 1714),
-, Wal., Baron Aston (d. 1748),

Aston Hall, see Stone

Atherton, Oliver,

athletics,

Atkinson:
-, Eliz., see Chorley
-, Susannah, m. Frank Atkinson Argles,
-, Tobias,

Audley:
-, Adam de (fl. late 12th cent.),
-, Adam de (d. by 1211),
-, Emma de, see Ralph son of Orm
-, Hen. de (d. 1246),
-, Hen. de (d. 1276),
-, Hugh de, Baron Audley (d. 1325 or 1326),
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1347),
-, Jas. de (d. 1272),
-, Jas. de (d. 1273),
-, Jas. de, Baron Audley (d. 1386),
-, Joan de, m. John Tuchet, Baron Audley,
-, Lucy de, w. of Hen. (d. 1276),
-, Marg. de, m. Sir Rog. Hillary,
-, Marg. de, m. Sir Fulk Fitzwarin,
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph, earl of Stafford,
-, Nic. de (d. 1299),
-, Nic. de, Baron Audley (d. 1316),
-, Nic. de, Baron Audley (d. 1391),
-, Thos. de,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Audley, Barons, see Audley; Tuchet

Avranches, Hugh d', earl of Chester,

Ayton (later Ayton Lee), Ric.,

Babington, Martha,

Back (or Dane) brook,

Baddeley:
-, Marg., and her husband Ric.,
-, their sons,
-, their daus.-in-law,
-, - (silk manufacturer),

Badnall:
-, Ann,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., vicar of Endon,
-, Jos. (d. 1803),
-, Jos. (d. 1813),
-, Ric.,
-, Ric., s. of Ric.,
-, Wm. (d. 1760),
-, Wm. (d. 1806),
-, Wm. Beaumont,

Bagnall:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John of,
-, Sir Nic.,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Ranulf of,
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1327),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1432),

Bagnall (in Stoke-upon-Trent),
-, reservoir, n

Bagot, Steph.,

Bagshawe, John, reader at Alstonefield,

Bailey:
-, John,
-, his dau.,
-, his w.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Baily; Bayly

Baily, Edw.,

Bald Stone, see Heathylee

Balderson, Rob., stipendiary curate at Quarnford,

Ball:
-, Chas. (fl. 1797),
-, Chas. (fl. 1860s),
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Ball Haye, see Tittesworth

Ball Haye brook,

Ball Haye Green, see Leek and Lowe

Ballington, see Leek and Lowe

bands (brass and silver),

Banne, Rog., vicar of Leek,

Baptists,

Barclays Bank Ltd.,

Bardolf:
-, Aenora, see Malbank
-, Rob.,

Barlaston,

Barlow, Benj.,

Barnes, Jeremiah, assistant curate at St. Edward's, Leek,

Barney, Jos.,

Barns, Revd. T.,

Barnsley (Yorks. W.R.),

Baron, Mrs. -,

Barron, Mrs., see Gaunt

Barrow, Isaac,

Barrow (Ches.), rector of, see Swynnerton

barrows, see prehistoric remains

Bartine Edge, see Sheen: Raikes

Basford, see Cheddleton

Basnett:
-, Eliz.,
-, Jas.,

Basset:
-, Maud,
-, Philippa, see Malbank
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Bassett, J. W.,

Bassett, John Wilshaw, & Sons,

Bateman:
-, Hugh (d. 1731),
-, Hugh (d. 1777),
-, Sir Hugh, Bt.,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. Revd. Ric. Jackson,
-, Ric. Thos.,

Bateman & Drury,

Bath, earls of, and see Bourchier

Bath (Som.),

Bayly:
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,

Beardmore:
-, Geo.,
-, Jeremiah,
-, John,
-, John (?the same),
-, Jos.,
-, Ralph (d. 1880),
-, Ralph (d. 1910),
-, Ralph (fl. 1912),

Beauchief (Derb.),

Beckett, Thos.,

Bedull family,

bee keeping,

Beetham, Matt., curate of Sheen,

Belfield:
-, Isaac,
-, fam.,

Belgium, see Ghent; Tubize

bell founders, see Gillett & Bland; Gillett & Johnson; Mears; Mears & Stainbank; Oldfield; Rudhall; Taylor, John, & Co.; Warner, John, & Sons

Belle Engineering (Sheen) Ltd.,

Bellême, Rob. de, earl of Shrewsbury,

Bellot:
-, John,
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1674),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1714),
-, Sir Thos., Bt.,

Benedictine nuns, n

Bennett, John,

Bennison, Rob.,

Bentley:
-, Gillian, w. of Ric. of, m. Rob. de Hyde,
-, Ric. of,
-, Ric., s. of Wm. of,
-, Ric., vicar of Leek,

Benton, John,

Berdeholm, see Heaton

Beresford:
-, Adam of (? fl. 12th cent.), n
-, Adam of (fl. 1292),
-, Adam of (fl. 1308-36, ?the same),
-, Adam (fl. 1350s),
-, Adam (fl. 1412),
-, Agnes, w. of Adam,
-, Edw.,
-, Hugh of (? fl. 12th cent.), n
-, Hugh of (fl. 1274),
-, John of (? fl. 1087), n
-, John of (fl. 1232),
-, John of (fl. 1277),
-, John (fl. 1340s),
-, John (fl. 1360-1412),
-, John (fl. earlier 15th cent.),
-, John (d. 1523),
-, John (fl. 1681-1723),
-, Laur.,
-, Louisa, m. Thos. Hope, Wm. Carr Beresford,
-, Mary,
-, Matt.,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,
-, Sampson,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. of,
-, Wm., vicar of St. Luke's, Leek,
-, Wm. Carr, Vct. Beresford,
-, Widow,
-, fam., and see Beresford Hope; Berisfords; Berresford; Berrisford

Beresford, see Alstonefield civil parish

Beresford-Hope:
-, Alex. Jas. Beresford (formerly Hope),
-, Phil.,

Beresford Manor, see Sheen

Berisfords (ribbon manufacturers),

Bermingham:
-, Hen.,
-, Hen., & Son,

Berresford:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Berrisford, John,

Beswick, Thos., and his w. Maria,

Beth Johnson Housing Association,

Biddulph:
-, Benj.,
-, Fra. (fl. 1566),
-, Fra. (d. 1636),
-, Fra. (fl. 1665),
-, Fra. (fl. 1765),
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of John,
-, Mic.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Biddulph,
-, Knypersley,
-, Overton,

Biddulph Moor, see Horton

Bill:
-, Constantia,
-, Rob.,

Billing:
-, Adam,
-, Isaac (of Fawfieldhead),
-, Isaac (of Heathylee),
-, Jos.,
-, Sim.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Birch:
-, Ellen,
-, John (d. 1857),
-, John (fl. 1870s),
-, Jos.,
-, Thos., curate of Sheen,

Birchall, see Leek and Lowe

Birmingham,

Birtles, Thos.,

Bishton (in Colwich),

Black brook,

Black Clough, see Quarnford

Blackhurst, Douglas,

Blackshaw Moor (in Tittesworth, formerly in Leek and Lowe),
-, Anzio Camp,
-, Blackshaw moor,
-, inc.,
-, packhorse way,
-, Polish camp,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch.,

Blackwood Hill, see Horton

Blake brook,

Blake Mere, see Heathylee

Blakemere House, see Onecote

Blakeway, Bennett, vicar of Horton,

Blanketeers,

Bleak House,

Blithfield, rector of, see Roades

Bloor, John,

Blore,

Blount:
-, Cath., see Peshall
-, Geo.,
-, Sir John,
-, Lady Mary, see Aston
-, Sir Wal., Bt.,
-, fam.,

Blue Hills, see Heathylee

Bluehills Colliery,

Blundeville, Ranulph de, earl of Chester, n,
-, as lord of Leek,

Blythe Bridge (in Dilhorne),

Boer War,

Boller, - (apothecary),

Bonsall, John, reader (later curate) of Sheen,

Boot family,

Booth:
-, Wm., Salvationist,
-, fam.,

Boothby:
-, Sir Brooke, Bt.,
-, Phoebe, see Hollins

Boothman, Revd. Edw. Duncan, and his w. Georgina,

Bosley (in Prestbury, Ches.),
-, curate, see Thornely

Bostock:
-, Edw.,
-, Fanny,
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,

Bosvile, Ann,

Bottom, Ann,

Bottom House, see Ipstones

Boughey, John,

Bourchier, John, earl of Bath,

Bourne:
-, Hugh,
-, John (fl. 1754-60),
-, John (d. by 1835),
-, Thos.,

Bowcock, Solomon,

bowling,

Bowman:
-, Alice, w. of Hen.,
-, Cornelius,
-, Hen. (fl. 1660s),
-, Hen. (fl. 1687),
-, Hen. (d. 1747),
-, Hen. (fl. 1804),
-, Ric.,

Bowyer:
-, Fra., vicar of Leek,
-, John,
-, Sir Wm.,

Boynton:
-, Elsie,
-, Thos.,

Brackley (Northants.), vicar of, see Manifold

Bradbourne:
-, Anne, m. Humph. Ferrers,
-, Sir Humph.,
-, Isabella, see Cotton
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Bradbourne (Derb.),

Bradley:
-, John,
-, Jos., curate of Longnor,
-, W.,

Bradnop,
-, agric.,
-, Ashenhurst,
-, Ashenhurst Hall, plate
-, char.,
-, ch. services,
-, Colts moor,
-, constablewick,
-, Egg well,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, Morridge Side,
-, nature reserve,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Stunsteads,
-, tithes,
-, tollho.,
-, Upper Bradnop,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,
-, Women's Inst.,

Bradshaw:
-, Eliza,
-, Hen. of,
-, Rog. of,
-, Wm. of,
-, Wm.,

Bradshaw, see Longsdon

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk,

Brassington, Hen.,

Brassington & Sons (Leek) Ltd. (formerly Brassington, Hen., & Son),

Brealey, J. T.,

Brentnall, Sarah, see Grosvenor

Brereton family,

Brice, F. S.,

brick and tile making,

the Bridestones, see prehistoric remains: barrows

Bridge End, see Leekfrith

Briggs & Thornely,

Brigittine nuns,

Brindley:
-, H. H.,
-, Jas. (d. 1772),
-, Jas. (fl. 1834),
-, John,
-, Marg., m. - Lucas,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Brundley

Bristol,

Britannia Building Society,
-, plate

British Mountaineering Club,

British Waterways,

Broadbent, A.,

Broadmeadow Hall, see Sheen

Brocklehurst:
-, Annie, see Lee
-, Col. H. C.,
-, John,
-, Sir Phil., Bt.,
-, Sir Phil. Lancaster, Bt.,
-, Wm.,

Bromfield, Wm.,

Bromley, Sam.,

Broncott, Hen. of, and his w.,

Broncott, see Hulme, Upper

Broster:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., & Co.,

Brough:
-, Edm.,
-, Edwin,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Joshua,
-, his w., see Littlehales
-, Rob. (d. 1657),
-, Rob. (fl. 1679),
-, Rob. (d. 1712, ?another),
-, Rob. (d. 1731),
-, Rob. (d. 1753),
-, Thos. (fl. later 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. later 17th cent., another),
-, Thos. (fl. early 18th cent.),
-, Wm. Spooner,

Brough, Joshua and James, & Co.,

Brough, J. and J., Nicholson & Co.,

Brough, Nicholson & Hall (later Brough, Nicholson & Hall Ltd.), plate

Brount, Wm.,

Brown:
-, F. A.,
-, Jas.,
-, Valentine,

Brown Edge civil parish,

Brown Edge Free Mission,

Browne:
-, John (d. 1570),
-, John (fl. 1593),
-, Wm.,

Brownhill, see Warslow

Brownlow, see Warslow

Brownsfoot, And.,

Brumby, Cornelius,

Brund, see Sheen

Brundley:
-, Lawr.,
-, and see Brindley

Bryden, W. R.,

Buckinghamshire, see Adstock

Buckwell, Wm., curate of Longnor,

Buddhism,

Budworth, Great (Ches.), see Hulme in Allostock; Tabley, Nether

building societies, see Leek and Lowe

Bulkeley:
-, Arthur,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Joan, see Sherratt
-, John (d. 1666),
-, John (d. 1697),
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1556),
-, Thos. (d. 1675),
-, Thos. (d. 1736),

bull baiting,

Bullock, Ric.,

Bullock Smithy, see Hazel Grove

Bullocke, John, reader at Meerbrook,

Burgess, John,

Burgh:
-, Edm.,
-, Rob.,

Burleigh, C. W.,

Burne, Mrs. Mary,

Burne-Jones, Sir Edw., n

Burnett, Mrs. -,

Burslem,
-, Cobridge,
-, Longport,
-, Sneyd,

Burton abbey,

Burton college,

Bury, Rob.,

Butler:
-, Rose, see Verdun
-, Theobald,

Butterfield, Wm.,

Butterton,
-, Cawdry,
-, eccl. par.,
-, Swainsley,

button making, n,

Buxton, Nathan,

Buxton (Derb.),
-, ch.,
-, communications,

Buxton and District Scout Association,

Byng, John, Vct. Torrington,

Byrne:
-, Mrs. Caroline,
-, John,

Byrom, Capt. W. Jones,

Caen (Calvados, France),

Caldon canal,

Caldon Lime Co.,

Caldon Low quarries, see Cauldon

Caldwell, Ric.,

Calke (Derb.),

Calton,

Calton Green (in Croxden),

Cambridge Camden Society, later the Ecclesiological Society,

Cambridge university,
-, Jacksonian Professorship in Natural Philosophy,
-, St. John's Coll.,
-, Trinity Coll.,

Camden, Wm.,

Cannock,

Cantrell family,

Carder Green, see Longnor

Carr:
-, Chas.,
-, Ellen,
-, Isabella,
-, Rosanna,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., & Co.,
-, Wm.,

carriers,

Carr-Smith:
-, Agnes,
-, Rose Edith,

Cartledge (formerly Easing) brook,

Cartwright, John,

Castern, see Ilam

Cauldon,
-, Caldon Low quarries,

Cave-Browne:
-, Cath., see Mills
-, John,

Caverswall, n
-, castle,
-, Meir, q.v.
-, Park Hall,

Cawdry, see Butterton

Chadwick, Geo.,

Challenor:
-, John (d. 1833),
-, John (another; ?s. of John),

Challinor:
-, Benj.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jesse,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary, m. - Watson,
-, Thos.,
-, W. E.,
-, Wm. (fl. later 16th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1721),
-, Wm. (d. 1800),
-, Wm. (d. 1839),
-, Wm. (d. 1896),
-, Wm. (d. 1926),
-, fam.,

Challinor & Shaw (formerly Challinor & Challinor and Challinor & Co.),

Chambers, Naomi,

chapmen, see pedlars

Chappell, G. H.,

Charity Commissioners,

Charity Organization Society,

Charlesworth:
-, Chas.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas. (?two men),
-, John,
-, Moses,
-, Ric.,

Chartists,

Chartley castle, see Stowe

Cheadle,
-, Cecily Mills,

Cheadle (Ches.), see Hazel Grove

Checkley, see Heybridge

Cheddleton,
-, Ashcombe (formerly Botham) Hall,
-, Basford,
-, Basford Hall,
-, Botham Hall, see Cheddleton: Ashcombe Hall
-, brickworks,
-, ch.,
-, clergy, and see Powys
-, Consall,
-, Wetley moor,
-, Wetley Rocks,
-, incumbent, see Sneyd

Cheeks Hill, see Quarnford

cheese:
-, factories,
-, factors,
-, fairs,

Chell, Little, see Wolstanton

Chelsea (Mdx.),

Cheque Bank Ltd.,

Cheshire, and see Barrow; Bosley; Chester; Combermere abbey; Congleton; Eaton; Gawsworth; Hazel Grove; Hulme in Allostock; Hurdsfield; Leftwich; Macclesfield; Moreton, Great; Nantwich; Poulton; Shipbrook; Stockport; Sutton; Swettenham; Tabley, Nether; Taxall; Wildboarclough; Wilmslow; Wincle; Wirral

Chester, earls of, and see Avranches; Blundeville; Gernon; Kevelioc; Scot

Chester:
-, castle,
-, justiciar, see Orreby

Chester abbey,

Chesterfield (Derb.),

Chesters-Thompson, Steph.,

Chetwynd-Talbot, Chas. Hen. John, earl of Shrewsbury,

chief silver (customary payment),

cholera,

choral and operatic societies,

Chorley:
-, Chas.,
-, Edwood,
-, Edwood, nephew of Edwood,
-, Eliz., m. Tobias Atkinson,
-, Joshua,
-, Mary, see Toft
-, Toft,

Christian, Ewan,

Christian Brethren,

Church brook,

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church Lads' Brigade,

Churnet, river,
-, as a boundary,
-, crossings,

Churnet Valley Engineering Co.,

Churnet Valley railway,

Civil War,

Clarke, John, curate of Meerbrook,

Clemesha, Wm.,

Clemesha & Clowes,

Cleminson, Rob.,

clerk, Peter the, see Peter the clerk

Cliffe Park, see Horton

Clifford:
-, Barbara, see Aston
-, Hen. Thos.,

clock makers, see Abbott; Baily; Elleby

cloth working,
-, fulling mills,
-, the Cloud, see Rushton Spencer

Cloud Side, see Rushton Spencer

Clowes:
-, John,
-, S. G.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1774),
-, Wm. (d. 1779),
-, Wm., Primitive Methodist pioneer,

Clowes & Co.,

coal mining,

Coalville (Leics.),

Coates, Isaac,

Cobden, Ric.,

Cobridge, see Burslem

Cockayne:
-, Eliz., Vctss. Cullen, see Trentham
-, Ric., Vct. Cullen,

Cocknage, Wm. of,

Cockshut, Flora, dau. of Wm. of,

Cofton Hackett (Worcs.),

Cokelee family,

Coldeaton (Derb.), see Ashbourne

Collier, Ann,

Colmore:
-, Ann, see Fynney
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

colour making,

Colshaw, see Hollinsclough

Colts moor, see Bradnop

Colwich, see Bishton

Comberford family,

Combermere abbey (Ches.),

Commercial Bank of England,

Compleat Angler, The,

Comylach, John,

Condlyffe (Condliffe):
-, Anne,
-, Eliz.,
-, Jeremiah,
-, John (fl. 1705),
-, John (d. 1810),
-, Jos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1664),
-, Wm. (d. 1799),
-, Wm. (d. 1867),

Congleton (in Astbury, Ches.),
-, communications,
-, silk ind.,

Congregationalists, see Leek and Lowe: prot. nonconf.

Consall, see Cheddleton

Conservative party,

Constable:
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1829),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1870),

Cook (Cooke):
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., & Co.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,
-, Tim.,
-, Wm.,

Cooklin:
-, Christine, see Warrilow
-, Phil.,

Coombes brook,

Cooper, Ric.,

Cope:
-, Eli,
-, Geo.,
-, Isaac,
-, Lucy,

copper mining,

Corbishley:
-, Jos. (fl. 1815),
-, Jos. (d. by 1899),

Corinthian Stone Ltd.,

Cornes, Jas.,

Cornhill, Wm., bp. of Coventry,

Coton (in Hanbury),

Cotton:
-, Chas. (d. 1658),
-, Chas. (d. 1687), poet,
-, Eliz.,
-, Isabella, m. John Bradbourne,
-, John (fl. 1444),
-, John (fl. c. 1470),
-, Olive, see Stanhope
-, Ric. (fl. mid 15th cent.),
-, Ric. (d. 1461),
-, Ric. (d. 1502),
-, Thos.,
-, fam. arms,

Cotton, see Alton

cotton,

Coupland, Chas.,

Courtaulds (firm),

Coventry, bps. of, see Lichfield, bps. of

Coventry and Lichfield, bps. of, see Lichfield, bps. of

Coventry,

Coventry Churches Housing Association,

Cowley (in Gnosall),

Cowlishaw, Chas.,

cowscot (customary payment),

Crane:
-, Eliz., m. John Wigley,
-, Ralph,
-, Wal.,

Creighton:
-, Isaac,
-, Wm.,

Creighton & Co.,

Cress brook,

Crew:
-, Thos., Baron Crew,
-, Anne, m. John Jolliffe,

Crew, barony,

Crewe:
-, Sir Geo., Bt., plate
-, as benefactor,
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (formerly Harpur),
-, John,
-, Sir John, Bt., see Harpur Crewe
-, fam., and see Offley

cricket,

Critchlow:
-, Geo. (fl. 1645-6),
-, Geo. (d. 1780),
-, Geo. (d. 1782),
-, Geo. (fl. 1830),
-, Geo. (d. 1990),
-, Harold,
-, Janet, m. John Stone,
-, Wm.,

Croft, John, vicar of Alstonefield and of Lockington (Leics.), n,

Crompton:
-, Dorothy,
-, Eliza,
-, Thos.,

Crowborough, John of,

Crowborough, see Horton

Crowdecote, see Hartington

Croxden, see Calton Green

Croxden abbey,
-, grange,

Croydon (Surr.),

Cruso:
-, Fra.,
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. 1841),
-, John (d. 1867),
-, fam.,

Cruso Nursing Association,

Cullen, Vct., see Cockayne

Cumberland, duke of, see William Augustus

customary payments, see chief silver; cowscot; farefee; head (or headborough) silver; herbage; pannage; tallage; wart penny

cycling,

Daintry:
-, Anne, see Furnivall
-, John,
-, John Smith,

Daintry (or Daventry), John, curate of Endon,

Dairy House, see Horton

dairy products, and see cheese

Dakeyne:
-, Bowden,
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, and see Deakeyne

Dale:
-, John,
-, Joshua,
-, Mary,
-, Matt.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam., n

Dale Mine Co.,

Dale Mining Co. Ltd.,

Dalley, Brian,

Dane, river,
-, as a boundary,
-, crossings,

Dane brook, see Back brook

Danebridge, see Heaton

Daniel:
-, Alice,
-, John,

Darlaston Hall, see Stone

Davenham (Ches.), see Leftwich; Shipbrook

Davenport:
-, Fred,
-, Geo. (silk throwster),
-, Geo. (silk manufacturer),
-, Geo. (of Westwood Hall),
-, Hannah, see Rode
-, Hen. (d. 1584),
-, Hen. (d. 1680),
-, Hen. (d. 1753),
-, Hen. (d. 1895),
-, John (d. 1726),
-, John (d. 1780),
-, John (d. 1786),
-, John (d. 1848),
-, John (d. 1862),
-, Mary,
-, Ralph,
-, Sarah, m. Jas. Hulme,
-, Uriah (psalm singer),
-, Uriah (sch. teacher),
-, Wm.,

Daventry, John, see Daintry (or Daventry)

Davidson:
-, J. S.,
-, Mrs. M. G.,

Davies, Harold, Baron Davies of Leek,

Davis:
-, Keith,
-, Wm.,

Davison, Jos.,

d'Avranches, Hugh, see Avranches

De Morgan, Wm. Frend,

Deacon, G. E., vicar of Leek,

Deakeyne, the Misses, and see Dakeyne

Deane, Rob.,

Debank:
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Simon (d. 1701),
-, Simon (fl. 1750s),

deer parks,

Defence, Ministry of,

Denford, see Longsdon

Derby, earl of, see Stanley

Derby,
-, Infirmary,

Derbyshire, and see Ashbourne; Beauchief; Bradbourne; Buxton; Calke; Chesterfield; Derby; Duffield; Findern; Glossop; Hartington; Hassop; Longford; Middleton; Newton Sólney; Norbury; Swarkestone; Tissington; Windley; Wormhill

Derbyshire Farmers Ltd.,

Derbyshire Federation of Women's Institutes,

Despenser:
-, Sir Hugh le (d. 1238),
-, Sir Hugh le (d. 1265),
-, Hugh le, earl of Winchester,
-, fam.,

Dethick:
-, Anne, see Jolliffe
-, Sir John,

Devonshire, dukes of,

Dewe, J. J., vicar of Alstonefield,

Dickens, Chas., novelist,

Dieulacres abbey,
-, granges,
-, as landowner,
-, as lord of Leek,
-, as rector of Leek,
-, site,

Dilhorne, see Blythe Bridge

Dingle brook,

District Bank Ltd. (formerly Manchester and Liverpool District Bank),

Dixon & Johnson,

Docksey, A. E.,

doctors, see medical practitioners

Dodshon, Frances,

Doncaster (Yorks. W.R.),

double sunset, see Leek: ancient par.

Doulton pottery works,

Dove, river,
-, as a boundary,
-, crossings,

Dovedale Dairy Association Ltd.,

Downes:
-, Maj. (later Col.) Edw.,
-, John,

dramatic societies,

Draycott:
-, John,
-, Phil.,

Draycott-in-the-Moors,
-, Paynsley,

Drayton, Mic.,

Druids (friendly society),

Drystone Edge, see Quarnford

Dudley, Wm.,

Duffield (Derb.), vicar of, see Morrice

Dunnell, Mary,

Dunning (Domesday tenant),

Durham, Jos.,

Durham,

dyeing, and see Leek and Lowe: silk

Ealing (Mdx.),

Eardley:
-, Alice, see Sutton
-, John,

Earl Sterndale, see Hartington

Earl's Way,

Easing, see Tittesworth

Easing brook, see Cartledge brook

Easing family,

Eastern Counties Building Society,

Eaton (in Astbury, Ches.),
-, Eaton Hall,

Ecclesiastical Commissioners (later Church Commissioners),

Ecclesiological Society, see Cambridge Camden Society

Ecclesiologist,

Ecton (in Wetton),
-, copper mines,

Edensor, Wm.,

Edgar, Rob.,

Edge:
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, Ralph,
-, Ric.,
-, Tim. (d. 1683),
-, Tim. (fl. 1720-1),
-, and see Egge

Edmund, earl of Lancaster,

Edward the Confessor,

Edward the Martyr,

Egerton:
-, Hugh,
-, John, bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,
-, Marg., see Aston
-, Mary, m. Lawr. Savage,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Thos. (fl. 1554-71),
-, Thos. (fl. 1595),
-, Thos. (fl. 1606-9),
-, Thos. (fl. 1623),
-, Thos. (d. 1640s),
-, Tim. (d. between 1578 and 1584),
-, Tim. (d. 1628),
-, Wm. (fl. 1509-10),
-, Wm. (d. 1570),
-, Mrs. -,

Egge (later Edge):
-, Adam de,
-, fam.,

Elkstone:
-, Adam of,
-, Maud of,
-, fam.,

Elkstone, Lower (in Warslow and Elkstones),
-, agric.,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,

Elkstone, Upper (in Warslow and Elkstones),
-, ch., plate
-, clergy,
-, electricity,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, love ale,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, mining,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, wake,

Elkstonian Society,

Ellastone, rectory,

Elleby (clock-making firm),

Ellis:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, R. R.,

Elmes, Jas.,

Elyot 'le quarehour',

Emerson, Rob.,

Endon:
-, Benj.,
-, Thos. (?two of this name),

Endon,
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, brass band,
-, bridge,
-, canal,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, see Badnall; Daintry (or Daventry); Salt; Tompkinson; Turner
-, vicarage ho.,
-, cloth working,
-, deer pk.,
-, electricity,
-, Endon Bank,
-, Endon Edge,
-, Endon Hall, plate
-, Endonian Soc.,
-, farms,
-, fountains,
-, free warren,
-, friendly soc.,
-, gas,
-, geol.,
-, Hill Top,
-, housing estates,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, isolation hosp.,
-, labour services,
-, Lady moor,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, maps,
-, mills,
-, Moss Hill,
-, nursing home,
-, par. room (later village hall),
-, pk.,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, police,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post offices,
-, prehist. find,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rds.,
-, Basnetts Wood Rd.,
-, Brook Lane,
-, Brook Side Drive,
-, Brookfield Ave.,
-, Church Lane,
-, Dorian Way,
-, Hallwater Lane,
-, Hazelwood Rd.,
-, Holehouse Lane,
-, Kent Drive,
-, Leek Rd.,
-, Orford Rd.,
-, Park Lane,
-, Platts Ave.,
-, Railway Ct.,
-, Spencer Ave.,
-, Station Rd.,
-, Stoney Lane,
-, the Village,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, stocks,
-, Stockton Brook,
-, tanning,
-, telephone call office,
-, tithes,
-, tithe barn,
-, tollgate,
-, tollho.,
-, village hall, see Endon: par. room
-, water supply,
-, well-dressing,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, Woodhouse Green,

Endon and Stanley civil parish,

Endon brook,

engineering,

Ensor:
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

Entwhistle, Thos.,

Epstein, Jacob, sculptor,

Erdeswick, Sampson,

Erdington (Warws.),

Essex,

Etches, the Misses,

Etruria, see Hanley

Evans:
-, Fra.,
-, Jas.,

Eythin, Baron, see King

Fairboroughs, see Heaton

fairs,
-, cheese,
-, goose,
-, hiring,

Fallowfield, Wm.,

Family of Love,

farefee (customary payment),

Farmer & Bradley,

farming:
-, dairy,
-, pig,
-, poultry,
-, sheep,
-, stock,

Farrow, Rob.,

Fawfieldhead,
-, agric.,
-, Alstonefield Hayes,
-, Beresford, see Alstonefield civil parish
-, bridges,
-, cheese making,
-, chs., plate
-, farms,
-, Fawfield Hill,
-, Fawfieldhead hamlet,
-, Fernyford,
-, Fleetgreen,
-, friendly socs.,
-, furniture making,
-, geol.,
-, Hayesgate,
-, Hulme End, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn, see Fawfieldhead: Reaps Moor
-, Lady Edge,
-, lock-up,
-, Lum Edge,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, Newtown,
-, pinfolds,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, workho.,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly., plate
-, Reaps moor,
-, Reaps Moor, plate
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Shining Ford,
-, stocks,
-, workho., see Fawfieldhead: poor relief

Felton, Rodney,

Fenton:
-, John,
-, Susannah, see Wedgwood

Fenton,

Ferne, Ric.,

Fernihaugh, Thos.,

Fernyford, see Fawfieldhead

Fernyhough (Fernihough):
-, Dennis,
-, Gladys,
-, Jas.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Ferrers:
-, Anne, see Bradbourne
-, Humph.,

Field, Hen.,

Figgins, Fra.,

Findern (in Mickleover, Derb.),

Finney:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1709-16),
-, Thos. (fl. 1735),
-, Wm.,
-, and see Fynney

Fisher, Thos.,

fishing, see angling

Fitzherbert:
-, Sir Ant.,
-, John,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

FitzWarin:
-, Fulk,
-, Marg., see Audley
-, fam.,

Five Clouds, see Leekfrith

Flash (in Quarnford),
-, assoc. for the prosecution of felons,
-, button making,
-, ch.,
-, counterfeiting,
-, fairs,
-, friendly socs.,
-, inns,
-, libr.,
-, map,
-, pedlars and hawkers,
-, place name,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, schs.,
-, shops,
-, village hall,
-, Women's Inst.,

flax spinning,

Fleetgreen, see Fawfieldhead

Fletcher:
-, J.,
-, J. S.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Flint:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Mary,
-, Wm.,

flint grinding,

Flower, Rob.,

Fogg:
-, Hen. (mole catcher),
-, Hen. (surgeon),

Foker, see Leekfrith

folk customs, and see wakes

football,

Ford:
-, Hen. of,
-, Hugh,
-, and see Phillips and Ford

Ford, see Onecote

Forde, John, and his w.,

forester, Peter the, see Peter the forester; William the, see William the forester

Foresters (friendly society),

forests, see Alstonefield forest; Leekfrith: forest

Foster, Herbert Wilson,

Fowall:
-, Ralph,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog. (fl. 1432),
-, Rog. (fl. 1567-77),
-, Wm.,

Fowlchurch, see Tittesworth

Fowler:
-, Eliz.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Phoebe, m. FitzJames Watt,
-, Rob., vicar of Leek,
-, Sarah, see Gaunt

Fox:
-, Geo. (furniture maker),
-, Geo., Quaker,

fox hunting,

Foxe, John,

France, Wm.,

France,
-, prisoners of war, see Leek and Lowe: French prisoners
-, and see Caen

Francis:
-, F. J.,
-, F. and W.,
-, Horace,

Free Gardeners (friendly society),

free thinkers,

free warren,

Freemasons,

friendly societies, and see Druids; Foresters; Free Gardeners; Oddfellows; Rechabites

Friends, Society of (Quakers), and see Leek and Lowe: prot. nonconf.

Froghall, see Ipstones

furniture making,

Furnivall:
-, Anne, m. John Daintry,
-, Miss -,

Furnivalle family,

Fynney:
-, Ann, m. Wm. Colmore,
-, Fielding Best,
-, Geo.,
-, Wm. (d. 1584 or 1585),
-, Wm. (d. 1595),
-, Miss -,
-, fam.,
-, and see Finney

Gambles Green, see Hollinsclough

game keeper's lodges,

gardeners,

Gatacre, Geo.,

Gateham, see Alstonefield civil parish

Gaunt:
-, Fred.,
-, John (fl. 1757-72),
-, John (fl. 1825),
-, Josiah,
-, Matt.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah, m. 2 John Fowler,
-, -, m. - Barron,

Gawsworth (Ches.),

Gayton,

GCW Architects,

Genies Lighting,

Gent:
-, Gervase,
-, his daus.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1560s),
-, Thos. (fl. 1750-4),
-, Wm. (d. 1545),
-, Wm. (fl. 1600),

George III,

George V,
-, as duke of York,

Gerard, Louis, Rom. Cath. priest,

Germany,
-, the Rhineland,

Gernon, Ranulph de, earl of Chester,

Getliffe Design & Print,

Ghent (Belgium), n

Gib Torr, see Heathylee

Gib Torr Rocks, see Quarnford

Gibbons:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., see Rudyard

Gibson, Fra.,

Gilbert, Thos.,

Gillet & Bland,

Gillet & Johnson,

Gilman:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Glendinning & Gaunt,

Glossop (Derb.),

Gloucester, earl of, see Audley

Gloucester,

Gloucestershire, see Bristol

Glover:
-, Chas.,
-, E. Cliffe,

Glynn & Parker,

Gnosall, see Cowley

Godwin (Domesday tenant),

Goldsitch Moss, see Quarnford

golf,

Gonne, Wm.,

Goodfellow:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. (?another),
-, Wm.,

Goodwin:
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sam.,

Goostrey:
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., & Co.,

Goostry, Peter,

Gosling, Fra.,

Gotham (Notts.),

Gould:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1734),
-, Thos. (fl. 1779-85),

Gradbach (in Quarnford),
-, corn mill,
-, Gradbach Hill
-, Gradbach Old Hall
-, Gradbach wood
-, mission room,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, spinning mill, plate
-, youth hostel, plate

Gratebache, Hen.,

Gratton:
-, Adam of,
-, Ralph of,
-, Ranulph (or Ralph) of,

Gratton (in Horton),
-, farms,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, mill,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, sch.,

Gratton Hill, see Alstonefield civil parish

Gravenor, Wm.,

Great Budworth, see Budworth, Great

Great Moreton, see Moreton, Great

Great Ness, see Ness, Great

Greaves, Maj. Geo.,

Green:
-, Dorothy,
-, F. W.,

Greene, Wm.,

Greensmith, John,

Gretton, Ant., curate of Longnor,

Greville:
-, Chas.,
-, Sir Fulke, Baron Willoughby de Broke,

Grey:
-, Booth (d. 1802),
-, Booth (d. 1850),
-, Mary, ctss. of Stamford,
-, Wm. Booth, n

Griffin, Geof.,

Grindlestone Edge, see Horton

Grindon:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Grindon,
-, Onecote Old Hall,

Grosvenor:
-, Jos.,
-, Joshua,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Leycester,
-, Margery,
-, Mary, w. of Thos. Fenton,
-, Rob. (fl. 1293),
-, Rob. (fl. 1343-4),
-, Rob. (d. 1465),
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah, m. - Brentnall,
-, Thos. Fenton,
-, Wm. (d. by 1742),
-, Wm. (d. 1765),
-, fam.,

grouse shooting,

Grundy, Jos.,

Gun (hill),

Gylmen, Ralph,

Hacket, John, bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,

Halcomb, Thos.,

Hall:
-, Cath.,
-, Chas.,
-, Elihu (fl. 1685),
-, Elihu (fl. 1736),
-, Elijah (?same as Elihu fl. 1685),
-, Gervase,
-, Ian,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1687),
-, John (d. 1930),
-, Jos.,
-, Marg.,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Stonhewer (d. 1772),
-, Wm. Stonhewer (fl. 1791),

Hall Dale, see Alstonefield civil parish

Halle, Adam de la,

Hallesweyn, Adam, n

Hallowes, Ric.,

Hambleton:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., reader or curate of Sheen,
-, -,

Hammersley:
-, Fred., & Co.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1654),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 18th cent.),
-, W. A. L.,
-, W. H.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., & Co.,

Hammond, Jas.,

Hamps, river,

Hamstall Ridware, see Ridware, Hamstall

Hanbury, see Coton

Hancock, John,

Hand:
-, John (d. 1799),
-, Wm. (fl. 1816-39),
-, Wm. (fl. 1851-71),

Handel, G. F.,

Hanging Bridge, see Mayfield

Hanley,
-, as address,
-, Etruria,
-, Shelton, q.v.

Harding:
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,

Hardings Booth, see Heathylee

Haregate, see Tittesworth

Hargrave (or Hargreaves), Josiah,

Hargreaves:
-, Geo.,
-, Josiah, see Hargrave
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Harpers Gate, see Rudyard village

Harpur:
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1748),
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1789),
-, Sir Hen., Bt. (d. 1819), see Crewe
-, Isabel, see Adderley
-, Sir John (d. 1622),
-, Sir John (d. 1679),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1681),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1741),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Harpur Crewe:
-, Georgiana, see Lovell
-, Hilda, m. Col. Godfrey Mosley,
-, Sir John, Bt. (formerly Crewe), plate
-, Sir Vauncey, Bt.,
-, fam.,

Harpur Crewe estate,

Harpur-Crewe (formerly Jenney):
-, Airmyne,
-, Chas.,
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

Harpur-Crewe estate,

Harracles, see Longsdon

Harrison:
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,

Harrison & Son,

Harrop:
-, John,
-, - (?same as John),

Hartington (Derb.),
-, Crowdecote,
-, Earl Sterndale,
-, Hurdlow,
-, man. ct.,
-, Moat Hall, see Hartington: Pool Hall
-, Pilsbury Grange,
-, Pool (later Moat) Hall,
-, Wallnook,
-, Wolfscote,
-, Wolfscote Dale, see Alstonefield civil par.

Harvey, Geo., perpetual curate of Horton,

Harwar, Chas.,

Hassall, Ric.,

Hassop (Derb.),

Hastel, Josiah, and his w.,

Hatton:
-, Chris., Baron Hatton,
-, Sir Chris.,

hawkers, see pedlars

Haworth, John,

Hay, Hannah,

Hay brook,

Hayesgate, see Fawfieldhead

Hayne:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Haywood:
-, Howard,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs. -,

Hazel Grove (formerly Bullock Smithy, in Cheadle, Ches.),

head (or headborough) silver (customary payment),

Headington (Oxon.),

Heapy:
-, Josiah,
-, Laur., curate of Macclesfield (Ches.),
-, Moses,

Heath:
-, And.,
-, Chas. (fl. 1861),
-, Chas. (fl. 1991), and his w. Eliz.,
-, Eliz. (fl. 1705-6),
-, Geo. (fl. 1826),
-, Geo. (d. 1869),
-, J. W.,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1824),
-, John (fl. 1861),
-, Wm.,

Heathcote, T. H., vicar of Leek,

Heathylee,
-, agric.,
-, Bald Stone,
-, Blake Mere,
-, Blue Hills,
-, button making, n
-, char.,
-, ch. services,
-, coal mining,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, friendly soc.,
-, geol.,
-, Gib Torr,
-, Hardings Booth,
-, Hulme, Upper, q.v.
-, Hurdlow,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Ramshaw Rocks, plate
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Swains moor,
-, toll hos.,

Heaton:
-, Chas.,
-, E., & Sons,
-, Edwin,
-, Ligulf of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Thos.,

Heaton,
-, agric.,
-, Alley Lane,
-, Anglo-Saxon crosses,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, Berdeholm, n,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, Danebridge,
-, Fairboroughs,
-, farms,
-, fords,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, workho.,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, reservoir feeder,
-, schs.,
-, Swythamley,
-, Swythamley Hall, plate
-, tanning,
-, tithe barn,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, workho., see Heaton: poor relief
-, Wurnuldehalth,

Hen Cloud, see Leekfrith

Henry s. of William the forester,

herbage (customary payment),

Herbert, Sir Wm.,

Hereford,

Herryman:
-, Isabella, see Rode
-, her husband,

Hertfordshire, see St. Albans

Heswall:
-, David of,
-, Eustachia, see Vernon

Heybridge (in Checkley),

Heygate, T. E., curate of Sheen,

Hickock, Ric.,

Higginbotham:
-, Eliz., m. - Hulme,
-, Thos. (d. by 1725),
-, Thos. (fl. 1777),

Highfield Hall, see Leekfrith

Higson, Peter,

Hilderstone, see Stone

Hill:
-, Sir Enoch,
-, his bros.,
-, his father,
-, Fred,
-, Geo.,
-, Geo., & Sons,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., vicar of Warslow,
-, Wm., & Co., plate

Hill Bros. (Leek) Ltd. (formerly Hill Brothers),

Hill Top, see Endon

Hillary:
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Sir Rog.,

Hillcrest Engineering Instrumentation Ltd.,

Hilliard:
-, Fra.,
-, Wm. Mic.,

Hills, T.,

Hilton, John,

Hinckes, Theodosia,

Hind:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Hine:
-, J. H., and his w.,
-, J. S. and R.,

Hitchcock, J. P.,

Hobson, Rob.,

Hogelegh, Marg. of,

Holford, Lady,

Hollingshed, see Hollinshead

Hollinhay, see Longsdon

Hollins, Phoebe, m. Sir Brooke Boothby, Bt.,

Hollinsclough,
-, agric.,
-, band,
-, bridges,
-, button trade,
-, ch., plate
-, curate, see Smith
-, cloth working,
-, Colshaw,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, field centre,
-, fulling mill,
-, Gambles (Gambush, Gamon) green,
-, Hollinsclough moor,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, pedlars, hawkers, and chapmen,
-, pinfold,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rds.,
-, schs., plate
-, Tenter Hill,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,

Hollinshead (or Hollingshed):
-, E. W.,
-, Fra.,
-, Fra., s. of Fra.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hood, Ralph,

Hope:
-, Alex. Jas. Beresford, see Beresford-Hope
-, Louisa, see Beresford
-, Thos.,

Hope, see Alstonefield civil parish

Hopedale, see Alstonefield civil parish

Hopton Heath, battle of,

Horne, David,

horse racing, see racing

Horsley:
-, Gerald,
-, John (fl. 1677),
-, John (d. 1695),

Horton, Thos.,

Horton,
-, agric.,
-, Biddulph Moor,
-, Blackwood Hill,
-, button making,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, and see Blakeway; Harvey; Mitchell; Wood
-, vicarage ho.,
-, Cliffe Park, plate
-, coal mining,
-, constablewick,
-, Crowborough,
-, Dairy Ho.,
-, deer pk.,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, free warren,
-, geol.,
-, Gratton, q.v.
-, Grindlestone Edge,
-, Horton Hall, plate
-, Horton Hay,
-, Horton Lodge,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, iron working,
-, Lask Edge,
-, Lee Laughton,
-, mans.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, nail making,
-, pinfolds,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, poorhos.,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, quarrying,
-, rabbit warren,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rudyard village, q.v.
-, Rudyard Lake,
-, schs.,
-, silk working,
-, stocks,
-, tithes,
-, tithe barns,
-, village halls,
-, wake,
-, war memorial,
-, water supply,
-, Whorrocks Bank,
-, woodland,

Horton brook,

Hospitallers, see Knights Hospitallers

housing associations,

Hubbard, Hen.,

Hudson, Isaac,

Hug bridge, see Rushton Spencer

Hughes:
-, Albert,
-, Hannah,

Huguenots,

Hulme:
-, A. T.,
-, Anne,
-, Eliz., see Higginbotham
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Hulme,
-, Jas. (fl. 1772),
-, Jas. (d. 1848),
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.),
-, John (d. 1636),
-, John (fl. 1658),
-, John (fl. 1666),
-, John (d. 1690),
-, John Davenport Rhodes,
-, Ranulph of, see Wirral, Ranulph of
-, Rob. of,
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, see Davenport
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. Ernest,
-, Wm. (fl. 1612),
-, Wm. (d. 1693),
-, Wm., minister of Newton Solney (Derb.),

Hulme, Middle, see Leekfrith

Hulme, Nether, see Leekfrith

Hulme, Upper (formerly Over Hulme, in Heathylee and Leekfrith),
-, brass band,
-, Broncott,
-, dyeworks,
-, friendly soc.,
-, inn,
-, mills,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Hulme, Upright & Partners,

Hulme End (in Fawfieldhead and Sheen),
-, bridge,
-, inn,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly., plate
-, St. Mark's mission,

Hulme in Allostock (in Great Budworth, Ches.),

Hulton abbey,
-, granges,
-, as lord of Bradnop man.,

Hunt, Geo.,

Hurdlow, see Hartington; Heathylee

Hurdsfield (in Prestbury, Ches.),

Hussey:
-, Edw.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Ric.,

Hutchinson, Mic.,

Hyde:
-, Gillian de, see Bentley
-, Rob. de,
-, Wm.,

Ilam,
-, Castern,
-, ch.,
-, Ilam Hall,

Incorporated Church Building Society,

India,
-, Poona,

Ingram, Wilfred,

Inkpen:
-, Anne, see Tuchet
-, Ric.,

Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary,

International Crispin Patent Boot and Shoe Co. Ltd.,

Ipstones:
-, Maud, see Swynnerton
-, Sir Wm.,

Ipstones,
-, Bottom House,
-, ch.,
-, vicar,
-, Froghall,
-, nature reserve,
-, poorho.,
-, Sharp Cliffe Rocks,
-, Whitehough,
-, workho.,

Ipswich (Suff.),

Ireland,
-, Irish immigrants,

Irish Dairy Board Co-operative Ltd.,

iron working,
-, nail making,

Islington, see Longnor

Italy,
-, Italian bagpipe players,

Jackson:
-, Alice, w. of Rob.,
-, Ann,
-, Geo., vicar of Leek,
-, Hen. (fl. 1616),
-, Hen. (d. 1702),
-, John (d. 1579), n,
-, John (fl. 1699),
-, Jos.,
-, Mary, see Bateman
-, Mary, w. of John,
-, Phil.,
-, R. Hamilton,
-, Revd. Ric.,
-, Revd. Ric., s. of Revd. Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1515-16),
-, Wm. (d. 1613),
-, Wm. (d. 1679),

Jacksonian Professorship in Natural Philosophy, see Cambridge university

Jacobites,

Jardine & Co.,

Jebb, -,

Jeffries, Jas.,

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jenney, see Harpur-Crewe

Jennings, F. W.,

Jervis family,

Joberns, C. H., assistant curate at St. Luke's, Leek,

Jodrell:
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1616), n
-, John (d. 1696),
-, Thos. (fl. 1629),
-, Thos. (d. 1728),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

John, King,

John Hardman Studios,

Johnson:
-, Fra.,
-, H. J.,
-, Hen., vicar of Onecote,
-, Joan,
-, Mic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric., s. of Ric.,
-, Dr. Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Jolliffe:
-, Anne, see Crew
-, Anne, m. Sir John Dethick,
-, Benj.,
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Ashe,
-, John (d. 1679),
-, John (d. 1694),
-, Lucy, m. Wm. Vane (d. 1734),
-, Rebecca, m. Sir Sam. Moyer,
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1600),
-, Thos. (d. 1693),
-, Thos. (d. 1758),
-, Wm. (fl. 1638),
-, Wm. (d. 1699),
-, Wm. (fl. early 18th cent.),

Jones:
-, Eliz., see Mellor
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Jordan (smith, fl. 1330s),



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