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C R J Currie, M W Greenslade (Editors), A P Baggs, M F Cleverdon, D A Johnston, N J Tringham

Year published

1996

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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 7: Leek and the Moorlands (1996), pp. 260-272. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22925 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Kent:
-, Phil. (brickmaker),
-, - (builder),

Kerrygold Co. Ltd.,

Kevelioc, Hugh of, earl of Chester,

Key:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Keyworth, W. G., vicar of All Saints', Leek,

Kidd:
-, John, and his w.,
-, -,

Killmister, Geo. Ridgway,

Kilvert:
-, Cath.,
-, John,

King, Jas., Baron Eythin,

Kingsley,

Kinlet (Salop.),

Kipling, Rudyard,

Kirknewton (Northumb.),

Knight:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Knights Hospitallers,

Kniveden, see Leek and Lowe

Kniveden brook,

Knotbury, see Quarnford

Knowles:
-, Joshua,
-, fam.,

Knowsley, see Sheen

Knox, Sir David,

Knypersley, see Biddulph

Kynnersley:
-, Clement,
-, Thos.,

Labour Church, see William Morris Labour Church

Labour party,

labour services,

Ladderedge, see Longsdon

Lady Edge, see Fawfieldhead

Lady moor, see Endon

Lancashire, and see Liverpool; Manchester; Warrington

Lancashire & Yorkshire Bank Ltd.,

Lancaster:
-, earldom (later duchy) of,
-, earls (later dukes) of, and see Edmund

land surveyors,

Lankford, Harry,

Lask Edge, see Horton

Laugharn, Wm.,

Lawrence, P. N., curate of St. Luke's, Leek,

lawyers,

Lea, Wm. Brown,

lead mining,

Leake, West (Notts.), n

Lee:
-, Annie, m. Sir Phil. Lancaster Brocklehurst, Bt.,
-, Geo.,
-, and see Ayton

Lee Laughton, see Horton

Leech, John,

Leeds (Yorks. W. R.),

Leek:
-, as address,
-, ancient par.,
-, buildings,
-, double sunset,
-, geol.,
-, map,
-, par. govt.,
-, fee,
-, forest, see Leekfrith
-, town, see Leek and Lowe

Leek and Lowe (including Leek town),
-, plates
-, agric.,
-, almshos., plate
-, ambulances,
-, Anglo-Saxon crosses, plates
-, Anti-Corn Law League,
-, apothecaries, see Leek and Lowe: medical practitioners
-, art sch.,
-, arts club,
-, arts festival,
-, assocs. for prosecution of felons,
-, Ball Haye Green,
-, mission ch.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, schs.,
-, Ballington,
-, Ballington wood,
-, Ballington Ho.,
-, bands,
-, banks,
-, Barnfields farm, see Leek and Lowe: farms
-, Barngates,
-, baths,
-, bingo hall,
-, Birchall,
-, Big Birchall,
-, Birchall Dale,
-, Birchall meadows,
-, grange,
-, Blackshaw Moor, q. v.
-, Blanketeers,
-, boro.,
-, burgages,
-, burgesses,
-, bowling,
-, bridges, plate
-, Britannia Ho., plate
-, British restaurant,
-, Brough Pk., see Leek and Lowe: pks.
-, building socs., plate
-, buses,
-, Buxton Villa,
-, canal,
-, Catteslowe, see Leek and Lowe: Cock Low
-, Cawdry Buildings,
-, cemetery,
-, chapels,
-, chars.,
-, Chartists,
-, choral socs.,
-, chs.:
-, All Saints', plates vicar, and see Keyworth; Wright
-, St. Edward's, plate chantries, churchyard, clergy, and see Banne; Barnes; Bentley; Bowyer; Deacon; Fowler; Heathcote; Jackson; Loxdale;Maude; Osbourne; Patrick; Ribbans; Roades; Walthall; Wattes; William; organ, sermons and lectures,
-, St. John's,
-, St. Luke's, clergy, and see Beresford; Joberns; Lawrence; Pidcock; Wright
-, St. Paul's,
-, cinemas,
-, circus,
-, Citizens' Advice Bureau,
-, Civil War,
-, Club Day,
-, clubs,
-, choral socs.,
-, coaches,
-, Cock Low (formerly Catteslowe),
-, Compton Ho.,
-, Compton Terrace,
-, co-operative soc.,
-, Cornhill Cross,
-, county ct.,
-, cricket,
-, cripples' clinic,
-, Cruso Nursing Assoc.,
-, cucking stool,
-, curfew,
-, cycling,
-, dancing assemblies,
-, dispensary,
-, doctors, see Leek and Lowe: medical practitioners
-, double sunset, see Leek: ancient par.
-, dramatic socs.,
-, drinking fountains,
-, educ.,
-, chars.,
-, domestic studies,
-, further and adult,
-, youth centres,
-, and see Leek and Lowe: schs.
-, electricity,
-, Embroidery Soc.,
-, evacuees,
-, fairs,
-, farms,
-, Barnfields (formerly Barnfield) farm,
-, Wall Bridge farm, plate
-, the Field,
-, fields,
-, fire (1297),
-, fire precautions,
-, fisheries,
-, folk customs,
-, football,
-, Foxlowe,
-, Freemasons,
-, French prisoners,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gallows,
-, gardening socs.,
-, gas,
-, Gaunt Ho.,
-, geol.,
-, golf,
-, Greystones,
-, Hall Ho., and see Leek and Lowe: inns
-, Haregate, see Tittesworth
-, the Hole,
-, hospitals, plate
-, housing,
-, improvement commissioners,
-, inc.,
-, industrial estates,
-, ind., see Leek and Lowe: trade and ind.
-, inns:
-, Angel, see Leek and Lowe: inns (Swan)
-, Black Swan,
-, Black's Head (formerly Buffalo's Head, Bull's Head, and Blackamoor's Head),
-, plate
-, Blue Ball,
-, Britannia Tavern,
-, Buffalo's Head; Bull's Head, see Leek and Lowe: inns (Black's Head)
-, Churnet Valley Hotel,
-, Cock,
-, George,
-, Globe,
-, Golden Lion,
-, Green Dragon, see Leek and Lowe: inns (Swan)
-, Green Man,
-, Marquess of Granby,
-, Pump,
-, Red Lion (1698),
-, Red Lion (formerly Hall Ho.),
-, Roebuck, plate
-, Swan (1560s),
-, Swan (formerly Green Dragon and Angel),
-, Travellers' Rest,
-, Wilkes's Head,
-, Jacobites,
-, Kniveden,
-, Kniveden Hall,
-, Lady o' th' Dale well,
-, lawyers,
-, Leek moor,
-, Leekbrook,
-, librs.,
-, Littlehales,
-, local govt.,
-, lock-up,
-, Lowe,
-, Lowe Hill,
-, manors,
-, manorial govt.,
-, maps,
-, mkts.,
-, cattle,
-, plate
-, mkt. crosses,
-, mkt. halls,
-, mkt. place, plates
-, Maude Ch. Inst., plate
-, mayor,
-, mechanics' inst.,
-, medical practitioners:
-, apothecaries,
-, physicians,
-, surgeons,
-, mills:
-, corn,
-, silk, see Leek and Lowe: silk
-, Milward Hall,
-, Moorlands Ho.,
-, moot hall,
-, Mount Pleasant,
-, museum,
-, music hall,
-, music socs.,
-, musicians,
-, Nab Hill,
-, National Reserve Club,
-, New Stockwell Ho.,
-, newspapers,
-, newsrooms,
-, Newton Ho.,
-, Nicholson Inst.,
-, Nicholson War Memorial,
-, O'Donnell's Square,
-, operatic socs.,
-, pks.,
-, Brough Pk.,
-, parl. representation,
-, Petty France, plate
-, petty sessions,
-, physicians, see Leek and Lowe: medical practitioners
-, Pickwood,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, policing,
-, police stas., plate
-, poor relief,
-, workhos., plate
-, pop.,
-, postal services,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Baptists,
-, Christian Brethren,
-, Congregationalists, plates
-, Family of Love,
-, Friends, Soc. of (Quakers),
-, Jehovah's Witnesses,
-, Methodists, New Connexion, Primitive, Wesleyan, plate
-, Pentecostalists,
-, Plymouth Brethren,
-, Presbyterians,
-, Quakers, see Leek and Lowe: prot. nonconf. (Friends)
-, Ranters,
-, Salvation Army,
-, Salvation Navy,
-, Seventh Day Adventists,
-, Spiritualists,
-, Swedenborgians,
-, United Christian Army,
-, United Reformed Church, plate
-, William Morris Labour Church,
-, public health,
-, public services,
-, rabbit warrens,
-, rly. stas., plate
-, recreation grounds,
-, rectory,
-, rds.,
-, roller-skating rink,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Roman remains,
-, Rose Bank Ho.,
-, rugby football,
-, Sanders Buildings,
-, schs.,
-, chars.,
-, children from outlying areas,
-, grammar sch., plate
-, night schs.,
-, private schs.,
-, special schs.,
-, Sunday schs.,
-, technical sch.,
-, scold's bridle,
-, Second World War,
-, sewage,
-, silk, plate
-, ancillary trades,
-, dyeing, plate
-, manufacturers' assocs.,
-, mills, Albion Mill, plate Alexandra Mill, plate Belle Vue Mills, plate Big Mill, plate Brunswick Mill, California Mill, Compton Mills, Cross St. Mill, Euston Mills, Hope Mill, London Mill, London Mills, Old Bank Mill, Portland Mills, Star Mills, plate Victoria Mills, Waterloo Mills, Wellington Mills, York Mill,
-, silk sch.,
-, trade unions,
-, twisting, plate
-, weaving,
-, slum clearance,
-, Smithfield Centre,
-, soup kitchens,
-, sport,
-, Spout Gate,
-, Spout Hall,
-, stocks,
-, Stockwell Ho.,
-, streets:
-, Abbey Green (formerly Broad Bridge) Rd., and n
-, Abbotts Rd., see Tittesworth
-, Albert St.,
-, Albion St.,
-, Alsop St.,
-, Angle St.,
-, Ashbourne (formerly London) Rd.,
-, Back of the Street, see Leek and Lowe: streets (Belle Vue Rd.)
-, Ball Haye Rd., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Novi Lane)
-, Ball Haye St.,
-, Ball Lane, plate
-, Barngate St.,
-, Bath St.,
-, Beggars Lane,
-, Belle Vue Rd. (formerly Back of the Street and Belle Vue),
-, Britannia St.,
-, Broad Bridge Rd., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Abbey Green Rd.)
-, Broad St. (formerly Spooner's Lane and Canal St.),
-, Brook St. (formerly Spout Lane and Workhouse St.),
-, Browhill,
-, Brunswick St.,
-, Burton St.,
-, Buxton Rd.,
-, Canal St., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Broad St.)
-, Chorley St.,
-, Church St.,
-, Compton,
-, Cornhill St.,
-, Cromwell Terrace,
-, Cross St.,
-, Cruso St.,
-, Custard St. see Leek and Lowe: streets (Stanley St.)
-, Daintry St.,
-, Dampier St.,
-, Deansgate,
-, Derby St., plate
-, Duke St.,
-, Earl St.,
-, Field St.,
-, Ford St.,
-, Fountain St.,
-, Garden St.,
-, Gladstone St.,
-, Grosvenor St.,
-, Grove St.,
-, Hartington St.,
-, Haywood St.,
-, High St.,
-, Hillswood Ave.,
-, Horsecroft Grove,
-, Horton St.,
-, Hugo St.,
-, Inkerman Terrace,
-, James St.,
-, Jolliffe St.,
-, Junction Rd.,
-, Kiln Lane,
-, King St., and see Leek and Lowe: streets (Regent St.)
-, Langford St.,
-, Leonard St.,
-, Livingstone St.,
-, London Rd., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Ashbourne Rd.)
-, London St.,
-, Market St.,
-, Milk St.,
-, Mill St.,
-, Moorhouse St.,
-, Morley St.,
-, Nab Hill Ave.,
-, Nelson St.,
-, New St.,
-, North St.,
-, Novi Lane (formerly Ball Haye Rd.),
-, Osborne St.,
-, Park Rd.,
-, Pickwood Close,
-, Picton St.,
-, Portland St.,
-, Prince St.,
-, Pump St.,
-, Queen St.,
-, Queen's Drive,
-, Regent (formerly King) St.,
-, Roebuck Lane, see Leek and Lowe: streets (Russell St.)
-, Rose Bank St.,
-, Russell St. (formerly Roebuck Lane),
-, St. Edward (formerly Spout) St.,
-, St. George's Row,
-, Salisbury St.,
-, Sandon St. (formerly Sandon Rd.),
-, Sheepmarket,
-, Shirburn Rd.,
-, Shirley St.,
-, Shoobridge St.,
-, Silk St.,
-, Sneyd St.,
-, South St.,
-, Southbank St.,
-, Spencer Ave. (formerly Spencer St.),
-, Spooner's Lane, see Leek and Lowe: streets (Broad St.)
-, Spout Lane, see Leek and Lowe: streets (Brook St.)
-, Spout St., see Leek and Lowe: streets (St. Edward St.)
-, Spring Gardens,
-, Stanley (formerly Custard) St.,
-, Station St.,
-, Stockwell St.,
-, Strangman St.,
-, Talbot St.,
-, Union St.,
-, Vicarage Rd.,
-, Victoria St.,
-, Wall St.,
-, Waterloo St.,
-, Well St.,
-, Wellington St.,
-, West St.,
-, Weston St.,
-, Westwood Grove,
-, Westwood Rd.,
-, Westwood Terrace,
-, Wood St.,
-, Workhouse St., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Brook St.)
-, York St.,
-, Youngs Rd.,
-, surgeons, see Leek and Lowe: medical practitioners
-, telephone service,
-, Temperance Hall,
-, temperance soc.,
-, tennis,
-, theatres,
-, tithes,
-, tithe barn,
-, town crier,
-, town halls, plates
-, Town Lands,
-, town yard,
-, trade and ind.,
-, antiques,
-, bookselling,
-, boots and shoes,
-, brewing,
-, brickmaking,
-, button trade,
-, clocks and watches,
-, dairy products,
-, furniture,
-, metal trades,
-, printing,
-, quarrying,
-, rope making,
-, silk, see Leek and Lowe: silk
-, soft drinks,
-, tobacco,
-, Union Buildings,
-, vestry,
-, volunteers (cavalry, infantry, rifle),
-, wake,
-, Wall Bridge farm, see Leek and Lowe: farms
-, warden of Leek,
-, water supplies,
-, Westwood,
-, golf club,
-, grange,
-, housing estates,
-, Westwood Hall, plates
-, Woodcroft,
-, Woodcroft Grange,
-, workhos., see Leek and Lowe: poor relief
-, yeomanry,
-, youth centres, see Leek and Lowe: educ.

Leek & Manifold Valley light railway,

Leek and Meerbrook ecclesiastical parish,

Leek and Moorlands Building Society (formerly Leek and Moorlands Permanent Benefit Building Society),

Leek and Moorlands Co-operative Society,

Leek and North Staffordshire Benefit Building and Investment Society,

Leek and Westbourne Building Society,

Leek Benefit Building Society,

Leek brook,

Leek Building Society,

Leek Chemicals Ltd.,

Leek Gas Light Co.,

Leek Mineral Water Co.,

Leek News,

Leek parliamentary division,

Leek Patronage Board,

Leek poor-law union, plate

Leek Post,

Leek Post & Times,

Leek rural district,

Leek rural sanitary district,

Leek Spun Silk Spinning & Manufacturing Co.,

Leek Times,

Leek United and Midlands Building Society (formerly Leek United Permanent Benefit Building Society),

Leek United Benefit Building Society,

Leek urban district,

Leek, Westbourne and Eastern Counties Building Society,

Leekbrook, see Leek and Lowe

Leekfrith,
-, Abbey Farm, see Leekfrith: farms
-, Abbey Green,
-, wake,
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, Blackshaw moor, see Blackshaw Moor
-, Bridge End,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, ch., see Meerbrook
-, cricket ground,
-, farms,
-, Abbey Farm, plate
-, Five Clouds,
-, Foker,
-, forest,
-, free warren,
-, geol.,
-, gibbet,
-, Hazelwood,
-, Hen Cloud,
-, Highfield Hall,
-, Highfield pk.,
-, Hulme, Middle,
-, Hulme, Nether,
-, Hulme, Upper, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lud's Church,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, Meerbrook, q.v.
-, Middle Hulme, see Leekfrith: Hulme, Middle
-, mills, and see Hulme, Upper
-, Nether Hulme, see Leekfrith: Hulme, Nether
-, Over Hulme, see Hulme, Upper
-, packhorse way,
-, place names,
-, Poolend,
-, poor relief,
-, poorho.,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rabbit warrens,
-, reservoir, see Tittesworth: reservoir
-, the Roaches,
-, rds.,
-, Roche Grange,
-, schs., see Meerbrook
-, tanning,
-, Thorneyleigh,
-, tollho.,
-, Turner's pool,
-, Upper Hulme, see Hulme, Upper
-, wakes,
-, wallabies,
-, water supply,
-, Wetwood,
-, woodland,

Lees:
-, John,
-, Ralph,

Leftwich, Ric. of,

Leftwich (in Davenham, Ches.),

Legh, Ric., curate of Meerbrook,

Leicestershire, see Coalville; Lockington; Loughborough

Leiden (the Netherlands),

Leigh, Marg.,

Lestrange:
-, John (fl. 1168-9),
-, John (fl. 1197),
-, Margery (or Margaret), m. Thos. Noel, Thos. of Whitchurch,

Lethaby, W. R.,

Leveson:
-, Jas.,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, fam. (later Leveson-Gower),

Leveson-Gower, Geo. Granville, duke of Sutherland,

Levinge:
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Ric., Bt.,

Leycester:
-, John,
-, Marg., see Grosvenor
-, Peter (d. 1577),
-, Peter (fl. 1580),
-, Thos.,

Liberal party,

Lichfield, bps. of (or of Coventry, Coventry and Lichfield, Lichfield and Coventry), and see Cornhill; Egerton; Hacket; Peche; Stavensby; Weseham

Lichfield Diocesan Board of Education,

Lichfield Diocesan Church Extension Society (formerly Lichfield Diocesan Church Building Society),

Lichfield Diocesan Trust,

limestone burning,

Lisbon (Portugal),

Little Chell, see Wolstanton

Littlebury, Rog. of,

Littlehales:
-, Wm. Spooner,
-, his dau., m. Joshua Brough,

Liverpool,

Lloyd:
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,

Lloyds Bank,

Lockett, John,

Lockington (Leics.), vicar of, see Croft

Lode, see Alstonefield civil parish

Lomas:
-, Dinah,
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1759),
-, John (d. 1823),
-, John (fl. 1834-51),

Lombe, John,

London,
-, as address,
-, Bond St.,
-, evacuees,
-, Leadenhall St.,
-, lord mayor,
-, Margaret St. chap.,

London & Westminster Bank Ltd.,

London County Westminster & Parr's Bank Ltd., see Westminster Bank Ltd.

Long Edge, see Rushton James

Longden, R. T.,

Longden & Venables,

Longford, Nic.,

Longford (Derb.),

Longnor,
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, band,
-, bridges,
-, buses,
-, Carder Green,
-, carriers,
-, Chapel St., plate
-, chars.,
-, cheese factors,
-, choral soc.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, and see Bradley; Buckwell; Gretton; Paddy; Robinson; Story
-, vicarage ho.,
-, craft centre,
-, electricity,
-, fairs,
-, farms,
-, fire brigade,
-, Freemasons,
-, friendly socs.,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Islington,
-, libr.,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mkt.,
-, mkt. place, plate
-, mill,
-, pinfolds,
-, place name,
-, policing,
-, poor relief,
-, poorho.,
-, workho.,
-, pop.,
-, postal service,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, reading rooms,
-, rds.,
-, salter,
-, schs.,
-, sewage works,
-, shopkeepers,
-, stocks,
-, tithes,
-, tollho.,
-, village hall,
-, wakes,
-, water supply,
-, water works,
-, well-dressing,
-, Windyridge,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, workho., see Longnor: poor relief

Longport, see Burslem

Longsdon,
-, agric.,
-, Bradshaw,
-, bridges,
-, canal,
-, char.,
-, chase,
-, ch.,
-, vicar, see Warren
-, Denford,
-, dramatic soc.,
-, Dunwood (formerly Nether Longsdon),
-, Dunwood Hall,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, fords,
-, free warren,
-, friendly soc.,
-, geol.,
-, Great Longsdon,
-, Harracles,
-, Harracles Hall, plate
-, Hollinhay, and see Olynleye
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Ladderedge,
-, Little Longsdon,
-, Longsdon moor,
-, Longsdon pool,
-, mans.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, Nether Longsdon, see Longsdon: Dunwood
-, Over Longsdon,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, poorho.,
-, pop.,
-, post offices,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, pumping sta., see Longsdon: water supply
-, rabbit warren,
-, rly.,
-, reservoirs,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, sewage works,
-, springs,
-, Stonelowe Hall,
-, Sutherland Rd.,
-, Taylor's Green,
-, tithes,
-, tithe barn,
-, tollho.,
-, village hall,
-, Wall,
-, Wall Grange,
-, water supply,
-, pumping sta., plate
-, Women's Inst.,
-, woodland,

Longton:
-, Lane End,
-, Polish Centre,
-, St John's ch.,

Longton Mutual Permanent Benefit Building Society,

Longworth:
-, Hen., curate of Sheen,
-, Thos.,

Loughborough (Leics.),

Lourie, Nic.,

love ales,

Lovell, Georgiana, m. Sir John Harpur Crewe, Bt.,

Lovenbury, Geo., and his w.,

Lower Elkstone, see Elkstone, Lower

Lowe:
-, Rebecca,
-, Rob.,
-, W. J.,
-, - (architect),

Lowe, see Leek and Lowe

Lowndes, Wm.,

Lownds:
-, Colin,
-, Edith, m. Wm. Waters,

Loxdale, Thos., vicar of Seighford, later vicar of Leek,

Lucas, Marg., see Brindley

Lud's Church, see Leekfrith

Lum Edge, see Fawfieldhead; Warslow

Lumford, John,

Lyme, John of,

Lymford, Hen. of,

Lymford, see Rushton Spencer

Lynam, Chas.,

Macclesfield, earls of, and see Parker

Macclesfield (Ches.),
-, as address,
-, button trade,
-, curate, see Heapy
-, silk ind.,

Macenski, Marcellin,

Machin, John,

Maddock:
-, John,
-, Randle,

Madeley, see Wrinehill

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi,

Mainzer, Jos.,

Malbank:
-, Aenora, m. Rob. Bardolf,
-, Alda, m. Warin de Vernon,
-, Hugh,
-, Philippa, m. Thos. Basset,
-, Wm. (fl. 1086),
-, Wm. (d. 1176),
-, fam.,

Malbank Frith, see Alstonefield forest

Malbon, John, curate of Sheen,

Malbon forest, see Alstonefield forest

Mallors:
-, Jas.,
-, Tobias,

Manchester,
-, as address,
-, Belle Vue,
-, cotton trade,
-, silk ind.,
-, smallwares trade,
-, Swedenborgian missionary,

Manchester and Liverpool District Bank, see District Bank Ltd.

Manclark, Ric.,

Manifold, Hen., vicar of Brackley (Northants.),

Manifold, river,
-, as boundary,
-, crossings,

Manifold Valley Dairies Association Ltd.,

Manley, Wm.,

Margaret, Princess,

markets,

Marriott, - (brewer),

Martins Bank Ltd.,

Mary, queen of George V, as dchss. of York,

Mary of Cambridge, Princess, m. Fra., duke of Teck,

Maskrey, Wm.,

Mason, John,

Massey:
-, Ant.,
-, Bart.,
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,

Mathews, John and Jabez,

Maude, C. B., vicar of Leek, later archdeacon of Salop and vicar of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury,

Maximilian, emperor of Mexico,

Mayfield,
-, Hanging Bridge,
-, vicar,

Meakin:
-, Thos., curate of Rushton Spencer,
-, Wm., curate of Rushton Spencer,

Mears:
-, C. and G.,
-, T.,

Mears & Stainbank,

medical practitioners,

Meer brook,

Meerbrook, Rob. of,

Meerbrook,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, see Bullocke; Clarke; Legh; Smallwood; Turner, Dan., Jas.
-, vicarage ho.,
-, inns,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sch., plate
-, village hall,
-, wake,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, youth hostel, plate

Meir (formerly in Caverswall, later in Stoke-on-Trent), airfield,

Melland, Wm., curate of Rushton Spencer,

Mellon, Harriot, later dchss. of St. Albans,

Mellor:
-, Eliz. (fl. 1770),
-, Eliz. (fl. 1808), m. - Jones,
-, John,
-, Micah,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, Susannah,
-, Wm. (fl. 1786),
-, Wm. (fl. 1800),
-, fam.,

Mercantile Bank of Lancashire Ltd.,

Mercia, earl of, see Alfgar

Merryton Low, see prehistoric remains: barrows

metal trades, and see engineering; iron working; tinplate

Methodists,
-, Primitive,
-, Wesleyan, plates
-, and see Leek and Lowe: prot. nonconf.

Mexico, emperor of, see Maximilian

Mickleover (Derb.), see Findern

Microplants (firm),

Middle Hulme, see Leekfrith: Hulme, Middle

Middlesex, see Chelsea; Ealing; Whitechapel

Middleton (in Wirksworth, Derb.),

Midland Bank,

Miles, Thos., puritan minister at Onecote,

Mill Dale, see Alstonefield civil parish

Milldale, see Alstonefield civil parish

Miller, M. H.,

Mills:
-, Cath., m. John Cave-Browne,
-, Thos. (d. 1802),
-, Thos. (d. 1821),
-, Wm. (d. 1695),
-, Wm. (d. 1749),

Milner:
-, Edith,
-, R. S.,

Milton, see Norton-in-the-Moors

mining, see coal mining; copper mining; lead mining

Minshull:
-, John,
-, the Misses,

Minton tiles,

Mitchell:
-, Jas.,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric., curate of Horton,
-, Steph.,

Mixon, see Onecote

Mixon Great Consols Copper Mine Co.,

Moat Hall, see Hartington: Pool Hall

Mobberley, Jas.,

monastic granges, see Croxden abbey; Dieulacres abbey; Hulton abbey; Trentham priory

Moore, Ric.,

the Moorlands,

Moorlands Engineering Co. Ltd.,

Moreton, Great (in Astbury, Ches.),

Morrice:
-, Caleb,
-, Rog., vicar of Duffield (Derb.),

Morridge,

Morridge Side, see Bradnop

Morris:
-, Isaac, n
-, Wm., artist and socialist,

Morris & Co.,

Morrow, Jas.,

Mort:
-, Gervase, reader at Sheen,
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Mosley:
-, Col. Godfrey,
-, Hilda, see Harpur Crewe

Moss Hill, see Endon

Mounsey, Geo., curate of Rushton Spencer,

Mountford:
-, Thos. (?two of this name),
-, fam., n

Mountfort:
-, Ralph,
-, Ralph, & Son,

Moxon:
-, Doreen,
-, John,

Moyer:
-, Rebecca, see Jolliffe
-, Sir Sam., Bt.,

Mundy:
-, Edw.,
-, Sir John,
-, Vincent,

Munro, John,

Murfin & Sons,

Murray:
-, Ld. Geo.,
-, John,

Myatt, John,

Myott:
-, Jos. (fl. 1728-34),
-, Jos. (fl. 1764),

Nabes, Thos.,

Nabs:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Naden, Jos.,

nail making, see iron working

Nall:
-, Geo.,
-, Geo., & Son,
-, Rob.
-, fam.,

Nantwich (Ches.), formerly Wich Malbank,

Narrowdale:
-, Adam of,
-, Agnes of, m. Ric. Walker,
-, John of (fl. 1292-3), and his w. Sabina,
-, John of (d. by 1369),

Narrowdale, see Alstonefield civil parish

National Provincial Bank Ltd.,

National Rivers Authority,

National Silk Workers' and Textile Trades Association,

National Telephone Co.,

National Trust,

National Westminster Bank,

Naylor:
-, John,
-, R. M.,

Needham:
-, Sir Fra.,
-, Jos.,
-, Peter,
-, Peter (?another),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Ness, Great (Salop.),

Nether Hulme, see Leekfrith: Hulme, Nether

Nether Tabley, see Tabley, Nether

the Netherlands, see Leiden

New Dale Mining Co. Ltd.,

Newcastle-under-Lyme,
-, man.,
-, smithfield,

Newcastle-under-Lyme and District joint hospital board,

Newcome, Hen.,

Newton, Sir Hubert,

Newton Grange, see Ashbourne

Newton Solney (Derb.), minister of, see Hulme

Newtown, see Fawfieldhead; Rushton James

Nicholls:
-, Edw., see Trafford
-, Sarah, see Trafford
-, Wm.,

Nicholson:
-, Sir Arthur,
-, Lt. B. L.,
-, J. O.,
-, Joshua,
-, Marianne, w. of Sir Arthur,

Nickson:
-, Dan.,
-, Miss M.,

Niness, Ric.,

Nixon, B. B.,

Noel:
-, Margery (or Margaret), see Lestrange
-, Thos.,

Norbury (Derb.),

North, Edw.,

North Midland Co-operative Society Ltd.,

North Staffordshire Lead and Copper Mining Co.,

North Staffordshire Miners' Welfare Association,

North Staffordshire Newspaper Co. Ltd.,

North Staffordshire Railway Co.,

Northamptonshire, see Brackley

Northumberland, see Kirknewton

Norton-in-the-Moors,
-, Milton,

Nottingham,
-, Frank Wheldon sch.,

Nottinghamshire, and see Gotham; Leake, West; Nottingham

Nunns, Wm.,

nylon,

Oakenclough brook,

Oakes:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Obolensky, Prince Serge,

Oddfellows,

Offley:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, fam. (later Crewe),

Oils Heath, see Warslow

Okeover:
-, Hugh of (fl. 1200),
-, Hugh of (d. by 1269),
-, Joan of, m. Ric. de la Pole,
-, Ric. of (fl. c. 1272),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1345),
-, Rob. of (d. 1235 or 1236),
-, Rob. (fl. 1269),
-, Rob. of (d. by 1327),
-, fam.,

Oldbury Britannia Building Society,

Oldfield, Geo.,

Oliver:
-, Albert, vicar of Warslow,
-, Jas. (fl. 1792),
-, Jas. (fl. 1910),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Oliver Hill, see Quarnford

Olynleye (?Hollinhay, in Longsdon), Thos. s. of Rob. of,

Onecote,
-, agric.,
-, Blakemere Ho. (later Mermaid inn),
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, see Johnson; Miles; Richardson; Salt
-, vicarage ho.,
-, farms,
-, Ford,
-, friendly soc.,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man., see Onecote: Mixon
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, Mermaid inn, see Onecote: Blakemere Ho.
-, mills,
-, Mixon,
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Mixon Hay,
-, Onecote Old Hall, see Grindon
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, tithe,
-, village hall,
-, Women's Inst.,

Onecote brook,

Orford, Wm.,

organ makers, see Glyn & Parker; Jardine & Co.

Orm, see Ralph s. of Orm

Orreby, Phil. de, n

Osborne:
-, Geo.,
-, Marcellus,

Osbourne, Jas., vicar of Leek,

Oswego (New York State, U.S.A.),

Over Hulme, see Hulme, Upper

Overfield, Alfred,

Overfield & Co.,

Overton, see Biddulph

Owen:
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, W.,

Oxford university,

Oxfordshire, see Headington

packhorse ways,

Paddy, Fra., curate of Alstonefield and of Longnor,

Paget, Sir Wm.,

pannage (customary payment),

Panniers Pool, see Quarnford

Pantun:
-, Norman,
-, Wm.,

paper making,

Park Hall, see Caverswall

parker, Richard the, see Richard the parker

Parker:
-, Geo. (d. 1675),
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1764),
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1842),
-, Geo. (fl. 1851),
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1975),
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. (?another),
-, Thos., Baron Parker, later earl of Macclesfield (d. 1732),
-, Thos., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1795),
-, Thos., earl of Macclesfield (d. 1896),

Parkes, Kineton,

Parr, Peter, vicar of Alstonefield,

Parr's Banking Co. Ltd.,

Partrige (or Partridge), Mary,

Parwich, Thos. of,

Patrick, Ric., vicar of Leek,

Pattingham,

Paynsley, see Draycott-in-the-Moors

Peak Park joint planning board,

Peche, Ric., bp. of Coventry,

pedlars,

Pedley:
-, Eliz.,
-, Jos.,

Pegge, Strelley,

Penkhull (in Stoke-upon-Trent),

Penkridge, see Stretton

Pennocrucium, see Stretton

Pennsylvania (U.S.A.),
-, Philadelphia,

Penruddock, Chas.,

Pentecostalists,

Percival, Thos.,

Percy, Hen.,

Peri-Lusta Ltd.,

Perry, Humph.,

Peshall:
-, Cath., m. Sir John Blount,
-, Hugh,
-, Humph. (d. by 1388),
-, Humph. (d. 1498),
-, Maud, see Swynnerton
-, Ric. (d. 1450s),
-, Ric. (fl. 1500),

Peter the clerk,

Peter the forester,

Peter's penny,

Pevsner, Sir Nikolaus,

Philadelphia, see Pennsylvania

Philips, John,

Phillips:
-, Eliz.,
-, Sam.,
-, Maj.-Gen. Thos., and his w. Jessey,
-, Wm.,

Phillips and Ford,

Pickford, Jabez,

Pickfords (carriers),

Pidcock, Benj., vicar of St. Luke's, Leek,

Pidcocke, Ric., curate of Warslow,

Pigot, Editha,

Pilsbury Grange, see Hartington

Pitt:
-, Wm., agronomist,
-, Wm., statesman (d. 1806),

Plant:
-, Geo.,
-, G. H., & Sons,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Platt:
-, Hen.,
-, J. E.,

Plot, Rob.,

Plummer, Hannah,

Plymouth Brethren,

Pole:
-, German,
-, Hen. de la,
-, Joan de la, see Okeover
-, John de la (fl. 1334-5),
-, John de la (d. by 1397),
-, John de la (fl. 1406),
-, John (fl. 1450),
-, Sir John (fl. 1476), and his w. Alice,
-, Ric. de la, father of Hen.,
-, Ric. de la (fl. 1342),

Polish immigrants,

pony racing, see racing

Pool Hall, see Hartington

Poole:
-, Jos.,
-, Ray,

Poolend, see Leekfrith

Poona, see India

Poor Benefice Fund,

Pope, Sir Thos.,

Port, John,

Porter, Sinckler,

Portugal, see Lisbon

Post Office savings bank,

Pott:
-, John (fl. 1640s),
-, John (fl. 1666-73),
-, John (fl. 1744),
-, John (?another; d. 1748),
-, -, stipendiary priest at St. Edward's, Leek,
-, the Potteries,

pottery ind.,

Potts:
-, John,
-, Joshua,
-, Thos.,

Poulson, Ralph,

Poulton (in Pulford, Ches.),

Powys, Edw., incumbent of Cheddleton,

prehistoric remains,
-, barrows,
-, the Bridestones,
-, Merryton Low,

Presbyterians,

Prestbury (Ches.), see Bosley; Hurdsfield; Wilboarclough; Winkle

Prestwold, Hugh de,

priest, William the, see William the priest

Prince, Jane,

Pritchard, Hen., curate of Sheen,

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists; Christian Brethren; Family of Love; Friends, Society of (Quakers); Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Pentecostalists; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; Ranters; Salvation Army; Salvation Navy; Seventh Day Adventists; Spiritualists; Swedenborgians; United Christian Army; United Reformed Church; William Morris Labour Church; and see Leek and Lowe: protestant nonconformity (Congregationalists; Friends, Society of; Methodists)

psalm singers,

Pulford (Ches.), see Poulton

Pyatt (or Pyott) family,

Pyncombe, Mrs.,

Pyot, John,

Pyott, see Pyatt

Quakers, see Friends, Society of

Quarnford,
-, agric.,
-, Black Clough,
-, button making,
-, Cheeks Hill,
-, ch.,
-, clergy, and see Balderson; Roberts; Turner; Whitaker
-, vicarage ho.,
-, coal mining,
-, Drystone Edge,
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, Flash, q.v.
-, geol.,
-, Gib Torr Rocks,
-, Goldsitch Moss,
-, Gradbach, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, Knotbury,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, Oliver Hill,
-, Panniers Pool (or Three Shires Head),
-, pk.,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, policing,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, stocks,
-, Three Shires Head, see Quarnford: Panniers Pool
-, tollhos.,
-, Turn Edge,
-, water supply,
-, reservoir,
-, Wolf Edge,

quarrying,
-, sand and gravel working,
-, and see limestone burning

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Queen's Own Royal Yeomanry,

rabbit warrens,

racing:
-, horse,
-, pony,

Rad brook,

Radford, John,

Raikes, see Sheen

Rakes, see Alstonefield civil parish

Ralph, vicar of Alstonefield, n

Ralph s. of Orm,
-, Emma, his dau., m. Adam de Audley,

Ramshaw Rocks, see Heathylee

Ranters,

Ranulph s. of Peter,

Rathbone, Chas.,

Rawlins, Wm.,

Rawlinson, Sarah,

Reade family,

Reaps Moor, see Fawfieldhead

Rechabites,

Redfern:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jos. (fl. 1770s),
-, Jos. (fl. 1851),
-, Jos., his s.,
-, Thos.,

religious houses, see Burton abbey; Burton college; Combermere abbey; Croxden abbey; Dieulacres abbey; Hulton abbey; Trentham priory

Renny, Geo.,

Revidge, see Warslow

Reynolds, John,

Ribbans, E. F. T., assistant curate at St. Edward's, Leek,

Richard 'le loverd', see Rushton, Ric. of

Richard the parker,

Richards, John,

Richardson:
-, Harling, incumbent of Onecote,
-, Wm., assistant curate at Warslow,

Ricketts, Geo. Yeldham, see Wilkinson

Rider:
-, Jas.,
-, W. H.,

Ridware, Hamstall,

Riley family,

the Roaches, see Leekfrith

Roaches (Engineering) Ltd.,

Roaches (Fabrication) Ltd.,

Roades:
-, Geo., vicar of Leek, n,
-, Geo., s. of Geo., rector of Blithfield, n,

Roberts, Jas., curate of Quarnford,

Robins, Jas.,

Robinson:
-, Eli,
-, Frank,
-, Helen,
-, John (d. by 1793),
-, John (d. 1902),
-, his sons,
-, P. I.,
-, Rob., curate of Longnor and incumbent of Sheen,
-, fam.,

Rocester,

Roche Grange, see Leekfrith

Rode:
-, Anna Maria,
-, Chris.,
-, Chris., s. of Chris.,
-, Hannah, m. John Davenport,
-, Isabella, m. - Herryman,
-, Jas. (d. 1689 or 1690),
-, Jas. (d. by 1759),
-, Jane,
-, John (d. 1580s),
-, John (d. 1669),
-, John (d. 1698),
-, Mary,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos. (d. 1683),
-, Thos. (fl. 1748-52),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1517),
-, Wm. (fl. 1588),
-, Wm. (d. 1616),
-, Wm. (d. 1673),
-, Wm. (d. 1731),

Roger, earl of Shrewsbury,

Rogers:
-, Jas.,
-, Simeon,

Roman Catholics, and see Leek and Lowe

Roman remains,
-, rd.,

Rooke, Edw.,

rope making,

Rosa, Salvator,

Rotherham (Yorks. W.R.),

Rothwell, John,

Routh, John,

rowing,

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds,

Royle:
-, Hen.,
-, (or Royles) Thos.,
-, Vernon,

Royles, see Royle (Thos.)

Rudhall, Abraham,

Rudyard:
-, Ant.,
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Gibbons,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane,
-, John of (fl. 1366-70),
-, John (fl. 1667), and his w.,
-, John (fl. 1712),
-, Marg. (d. 1677), m. Edm. Shallcross,
-, Marg. (fl. early 18th cent.),
-, Mary,
-, Mercy, m. Wm. Trafford,
-, Ralph of (fl. 1411),
-, Ralph (fl. 1530s-60s),
-, Ralph (fl. 1597),
-, Ralph (d. 1653),
-, Randal of,
-, Ranulph of,
-, Ric. of (fl. 1293-4),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1333),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1366, ?another), and his w.,
-, Ric. of (fl. 1418),
-, Thos. of (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Thos. of (fl. late 14th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1530),
-, Thos. (d. 1572 or 1573),
-, Thos. (d. 1626),
-, Thos. (d. 1638),
-, Thos. (fl. 1666),
-, Thos. (d. by 1691),
-, Thos. (d. by 1709),
-, fam.,

Rudyard (township in Leek ancient par.),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rabbit warren,
-, rlys.,
-, rd. (turnpike),
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rudyard Hall,
-, estate,
-, tollho.,

Rudyard civil parish,

Rudyard Lake, see Horton

Rudyard village (in Horton),
-, as Harpers Gate,
-, Hotel Rudyard,
-, Poachers Tavern (formerly Railway hotel; Railway inn; Station inn),
-, police sta.,
-, post office,
-, sch.,
-, village hall (Memorial Inst.),
-, well-dressing,
-, Women's Inst.,

Ruegg, Alfred, judge,

rugby football,

Rushton:
-, Ranulph s. of Ric. of,
-, Ric. of (Ric. 'le loverd'),
-, Wm. s. of Ric. of,

Rushton James,
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, barrows,
-, char.,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Long Edge,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, Newtown,
-, pinfold,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, poorho.,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, rds.,
-, Ryecroft Gate,
-, sch.,
-, stocks,
-, tollgates,
-, Wolf dale,

Rushton Spencer,
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, bridge, see Rushton Spencer: Hug bridge
-, chars.,
-, ch., plates
-, clergy, see Meakin; Melland; Mounsey; Turner
-, vicarage ho.,
-, the Cloud,
-, Cloud Side,
-, farms,
-, folk customs,
-, friendly socs.,
-, geol.,
-, Hug bridge,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Lymford,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, nail makers,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, police sta.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, rd. (turnpike),
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rushton Marsh,
-, schs.,
-, tithing,
-, Toft green,
-, tollho.,
-, wake,
-, well,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, Woodhouse Green,

Russell, Jesse Watts,

Ryecroft Gate, see Rushton James

Sacheverell:
-, Hen.,
-, Humph.,
-, fam.,

Safeway Stores plc,

sailing,

St. Albans, dchss. of, see Mellon

St. Albans (Herts.), battle of (1461),

St. Andrew:
-, Eliz., see Wedgwood
-, Wm.,

St. John's College, Cambridge, see Cambridge university

Salop, archdeacon of, see Maude

Salop Fire Office,

Salt:
-, Frances, see Stanley
-, Revd. Geo.,
-, John, curate of Endon,
-, Ralph, minister at Onecote,

salter,

Salvation Army,

Salvation Navy,

Samaritans (charity),

sand and gravel working, see quarrying

Sand Hutton (Yorks. N.R.),

Sanderson, Jos.,

Sandon,

Savage:
-, Sir John (fl. 1401),
-, John (d. 1463),
-, Sir John (d. 1495),
-, Sir John (d. 1528),
-, Sir John (d. 1528, another),
-, Sir John (d. 1596),
-, Sir John (fl. 1597-9),
-, Lawr.,
-, Mary, see Egerton
-, Maud, see Swynnerton

Scot, John the, earl of Chester,

Scriven, Sam.,

Scrivener:
-, R., & Sons,
-, Rob.,

Seabridge (in Stoke-upon-Trent),

Searight, Jas.,

Sedding , J. D.,

Seighford:
-, airfield,
-, vicar, see Loxdale

Serjeant, Hugh,

Seven Chimneys, see Warslow

Seventh Day Adventists,

Severn Trent Water Ltd.,

Shallcross:
-, Edm., rector of Stockport (Ches.),
-, Marg., see Rudyard

Sharpcliffe Rocks, see Ipstones

Shaw:
-, Geo. Bernard,
-, John (fl. 1470s),
-, John (d. 1715), rector of Swettenham (Ches.),
-, Marg., m. John Wedgwood,
-, R. Norman,
-, Revd. Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Sheen,
-, agric,
-, bands,
-, Bank Top Ho., see Sheen: Beresford Manor
-, Bartine Edge, see Sheen: Raikes
-, Beresford Manor (formerly Bank Top Ho.),
-, bridges, plate
-, Broadmeadow Hall, plate
-, Brund, plate
-, buses,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, see Beetham; Birch; Bonsall; Hambleton; Heygate; Longworth; Malbon; Mort; Pritchard; Robinson; Ward; Webb
-, vicarage hos., plate
-, crosses,
-, electricity,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, football,
-, geol.,
-, Hulme End, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Knowsley,
-, libr.,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, molecatchers,
-, music,
-, par. govt.,
-, pinfold,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Raikes (formerly also Bartine Edge),
-, reading rooms,
-, rds.,
-, schs., plate
-, Sheen Hill,
-, Sheen moor,
-, Stonepit Hill,
-, tithes,
-, tollgates,
-, trade,
-, wakes,
-, water supply,
-, Whitle,
-, Whitlehege,
-, Women's Inst.,

Sheffield,

Sheldon, Prof. J. P.,

Shelton (in Hanley), New Hall pottery works,

Sherard, Ric.,

Sherratt:
-, Joan, m. Ric. Bulkeley,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Sherwin, Sam.,

Shining Ford, see Fawfieldhead

Shipbrook (in Davenham, Ches.),

Shirley:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Shoobridge, Leonard Haywood,

Shrewsbury, earls of, see BellĂȘme; Chetwynd-Talbot; Roger; Talbot

Shrewsbury,
-, St. Chad's ch., vicar, see Maude

Shropshire, n
-, sheriff, see Audley, Hen. de (d. 1246)
-, and see Kinlet; Ness, Great; Salop; Shrewsbury

Shufflebotham:
-, Sarah,
-, Thos.,

silk spinning, and see Leek and Lowe: silk

Sillito, T. H.,

Sillitoe:
-, Randle (fl. 1648),
-, Randle (fl. 1683),

Simpson, John, vicar of Alstonefield,

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,

Sir Robert Peel's Fund,

Slack, Jas.,

Slagg, Chas.,

Slater:
-, Jas.,
-, - (fl. 1794),

Sleigh:
-, Gervase (fl. 1671),
-, Gervase (fl. 1709),
-, Hugh,
-, Ralph,
-, Sarah,

Smallwood, Wm., reader at Meerbrook,

Smedley, Jas.,

smith, Adam the, see Adam the smith

Smith:
-, Geo. (fl. 1794),
-, Geo. (d. 1892),
-, Geo. (d. 1895),
-, Hen., curate at Hollinsclough,
-, Hen., reader at Warslow,
-, J. B.,
-, J. G.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1535),
-, Thos (d. 1730), apparently curate of Warslow,
-, Revd. Thos. (fl. 1883), n
-, Thos. (fl. 1899), and his w.,

Smyth:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Snape, John,

Sneyd:
-, Hen., incumbent of Wetley Rocks (in Cheddleton),
-, John (fl. 1758),
-, John (d. 1809),
-, his sons,
-, Revd. John (d. 1873),
-, Ralph de Tunstall,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Sneyd, see Burslem

Sneyd Engineering,

soft drinks,

Somerset, see Bath

Southey, Rob., poet,

Spain,

Sperling:
-, A. M., Rom. Cath. priest,
-, J. H.,

Spilsbury, F. G.,

Spiritualists,

sports, see angling; athletics; bull baiting; cricket; cycling; football; fox hunting; golf; racing; rowing; rugby football; sailing; squash; tennis

Spout Water (stream),

squash (sport),

Stafford:
-, Edm., Baron Stafford,
-, Edw., Baron Stafford,
-, Hervey de,
-, Humph., earl of Stafford,
-, Marg., Baroness Stafford,
-, Marg., w. of Ralph, see Audley
-, Sir Nic.,
-, Ralph, earl of Stafford,
-, Rob. de (fl. c. 1140),
-, Sir Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Stafford, archdeacon of,

Stafford, Baron, see Stafford

Stafford, earls of, see Stafford

Stafford,
-, gaol,
-, parliamentary cttee.,
-, Quaker meeting,
-, royalist garrison,

Staffordshire:
-, county council,
-, sheriffs, and see Armett, Wm. (fl. 1741-64); Audley, Hen. de (d. 1246); Robinson, John (d. 1902); Rudyard, Thos. (d. by 1691); Trafford, Edw., Wm. (d. 1697), and Wm. (d. 1726)

Staffordshire Federation of Women's Institutes,

Staffordshire Gliding Club,

Staffordshire Moorlands district,

Staffordshire Moorlands parliamentary division,

Staffordshire Potteries Water Works Co. (later Staffordshire Potteries Water Board), plate

Staffordshire Regiment,

Stamford, ctss. of, see Grey

Standon, rector of, see Aston

Stanhope, Olive, m. Chas. Cotton (d. 1658),

Stanley:
-, Adam of,
-, Edw., earl of Derby,
-, Frances, m. Revd. Geo. Salt,
-, John,
-, John (or Thos.),
-, Lawr.,
-, Sir Roland,
-, Thos., see Stanley: John
-, Thos. (d. 1765),
-, Wal. of,
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1200),
-, Wm. (fl. 1320),
-, Wm. (d. 1360),
-, Wm. (d. 1398),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1428),
-, Wm. (d. 1466),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1512),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1528-9),
-, Wm. (d. 1546),
-, Wm. (d. 1644 or 1645),
-, Wm. (fl. 1652),
-, Wm. (d. 1752),

Stanley,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cricket ground,
-, geol.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mills,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sch.,
-, Stanley Head,
-, Stanley Moss,
-, Stanley Pool,
-, tithes,

Stanlowe:
-, Randle of,
-, Wm. of,

Stannard, Wm.,

Stanshope family,

Stanshope, see Alstonefield civil parish

Stanton, Sam.,

Stavensby, Alex., bp. of Coventry,

Steen, Ric.,

Steeplow, see Alstonefield civil parish

Stepkin, Lt. -Col. Peter,

Stockport (Ches.),
-, rector, see Shallcross

Stockton Brook, see Endon

Stoddard, John,

Stoke-on-Trent,
-, city council,
-, hosp. management cttee.,
-, Meir, q.v.

Stoke-upon-Trent, archdeacons of,

Stoke-upon-Trent,
-, Quaker meeting,
-, wakes,
-, and see Bagnall; Penkhull; Seabridge

Stokes and Watson,

Stone:
-, Janet, see Critchlow
-, John,

Stone,
-, Aston Hall,
-, Darlaston Hall,
-, Hilderstone,

stone working, see quarrying

Stonelowe Hall, see Longsdon

Stonepit Hill, see Sheen

Stones, Dan.,

Stonhewer (or Stonyer):
-, Ellen, see Washington
-, Joshua,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Stonier, John,

Stonyer, see Stonhewer

Story, Luke, curate of Longnor and assistant curate at Alstonefield,

Stowe:
-, Chartley castle,
-, rectory,

Stratford-upon-Avon (Warws.), St. Joseph's Homestead,

Strangman:
-, Ann, see Toft
-, Joshua,

Street, G. E.,

Stretch:
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Sam.,

Stretton (in Penkridge), Pennocrucium,

Strongarme, Ric.,

Stuart:
-, Prince James Francis Edward (the Old Pretender),
-, Prince Charles Edward (the Young Pretender),

Stubbs:
-, Edw.,
-, Matt.,
-, Wm.,

Stunsteads, see Bradnop

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon

Suffolk, see Ipswich

Sugden:
-, Larner,
-, Wm.,
-, W., & Son,

surgeons, see medical practitioners

Surrey, see Croydon

Sutherland, duke of, see Leveson-Gower

Sutton:
-, Alice, m. John Eardley,
-, Anne,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. c. 1700),
-, John (fl. 1740),
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Sutton (in Prestbury, Ches.),

Swains moor, see Heathylee

Swainsley, see Butterton

Swallow Moss, see Warslow

Swarkestone (Derb.),

Swedenborgians,

Swettenham (Ches.), rector of, see Shaw

Swindell, Isaac,

Swindells:
-, M., & Co.,
-, Matt.,

Switzerland,

Swynnerton:
-, Maud, m. 1 Humph. Peshall, Sir 2 Wm. Ipstones, 3 Sir John Savage,
-, Rob. (d. 1349 or 1350), rector of Barrow (Ches.),
-, Rob. (d. 1385 or 1386),
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Sydebotham, Mary,

Sykes:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Miss M. L.,

Tabley, Nether (in Great Budworth, Ches.),

Talbot:
-, Chas., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Gilb., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury,
-, fam.,

tallage ('yilte'),

Tamworth,

tanning,

Tatton:
-, Gilb.,
-, Jos.,
-, Ralph,
-, Sam., dyer,
-, Sam., postmaster (?same man),
-, Wm.,

Taxall (Ches.), Yeardsley,

Taylor, John, & Co.,

Taylor's Green, see Longsdon

Teck:
-, Fra., duke of,
-, Mary, dchss. of, see Mary of Cambridge, Princess

telecottage, see Warslow

Tellwright, Wm.,

tennis,

Tenter Hill, see Hollinsclough

textiles, see cloth; cotton; flax; silk

Thompson, Wm.,
-, and see Tompson

Thoni (personal name),

Thorley, Geo.,

Thorncliffe, see Tittesworth

Thornely, John, curate of Bosley (in Prestbury, Ches.),

Thorneyleigh, see Leekfrith

Thornhill:
-, Hugh,
-, Rob.,

Thorpe, Wm.,

Thor's Cave, see Wetton

Three Shires Head, see Quarnford: Panniers Pool

Tideswell (Derb.), see Wormhill

tinplate,

Tissington (Derb.),

tithe barns,

Tittesworth:
-, Hen. s. of Adam of,
-, Ranulf of,

Tittesworth,
-, Abbotts Rd. (formerly Abbots Rd. and Abbotts Lane),
-, agric.,
-, assoc. for prosecution of felons,
-, Ball Haye,
-, Ball Haye Hall,
-, Ball Haye Rd., see Leek and Lowe: streets (Novi Lane)
-, Blackshaw Moor, q.v.
-, bridges,
-, ch.,
-, Easing,
-, Edge End Hollow, see Tittesworth: Solomon's Hollow
-, farms,
-, Fowlchurch (formerly Fowker, Fowchers grange, and Fouchers Ho.),
-, geol.,
-, Haregate,
-, the Hole, see Leek and Lowe
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, Lower Tittesworth,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, par. govt.,
-, pinfold,
-, place names,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, reservoir,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath., see Blackshaw Moor
-, schs.,
-, Sunday sch.,
-, Solomon's Hollow (formerly Edge End Hollow),
-, Thorncliffe,
-, tithe barn,
-, Upper Tittesworth,
-, Youngs Rd., see Leek and Lowe: streets

Tittesworth brook,

Tixall,

tobacco,

Toft:
-, Ann, m. Joshua Strangman,
-, John,
-, Joshua,
-, Mary, m. Chas. Chorley,
-, Sam.,

Toft Green, see Rushton Spencer

Tolpuddle Martyrs,

Tomkinson:
-, Mary,
-, Rog.,

Tompkinson, Enoch, curate of Endon,

Tompson, John,

Toples, John,

Torrington, Vct., see Byng

Totmonslow hundred, xxiv,

tourism,

Townsend, Hen.,

trade unions,

Trafford:
-, Chris.,
-, Edw. (formerly Nicholls),
-, Herbert,
-, Mercy, see Rudyard
-, Phil.,
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Nicholls,
-, Wm. (d. 1559),
-, Wm. (d. 1627),
-, Wm. (d. 1697),
-, Wm. (d. 1726),
-, Wm. (d. 1762),
-, fam.,

Trafford & White, see White, Job, & Sons Ltd.

Travis:
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Trent, river,

Trent & Mersey Canal Co.,

Trentham:
-, Sir Chris.,
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Cockayne,
-, Fra. (d. 1626),
-, Fra. (d. 1644),
-, Prudence, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Trentham,

Trentham Gardens,

Trentham priory,
-, estate,
-, grange,

Trinity College, Cambridge, see Cambridge university

Trubshaw, Chas.,

Trustee Savings Bank,

Tubize (Belgium),

Tuchet:
-, Anne, m. 1 Geo. Twynyho, 2 Ric. Inkpen,
-, Jas., Baron Audley (d. 1459),
-, Jas., Baron Audley (d. 1497),
-, Joan, see Audley
-, John, Baron Audley (d. 1408),
-, John, Baron Audley (d. ?1557),
-, Thos.,

Tunnicliff:
-, John,
-, Moses,
-, Obadiah,

Tunnicliffe:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Tunstall,

Turn Edge, see Quarnford

Turner:
-, Dan. (d. 1789), curate of Quarnford, of Meerbrook, and of Rushton Spencer,
-, Dan. (d. 1864), assistant curate at Rushton Spencer, later curate of Endon,
-, Eliz.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas., assistant curate at Rushton Spencer and curate of Meerbrook (retired 1826),
-, Jas., curate of Meerbrook (d. 1863),

Turner's pool, see Leekfrith

Turnock:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Tutbury priory,

Twynyho:
-, Anne, see Tuchet
-, Geo.,

Tyrrel:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Marg., see Aston

Ulf (12th-cent. landholder),

Ullivero, Peter,

Unett:
-, Eliz.,
-, Wm.,

Unionist party,

United Christian Army,

United Reformed Church, plate

United States of America:
-, troops,
-, and see Oswego; Pennsylvania

Unsworth, Edw.,

Upper Elkstone, see Elkstone, Upper

Upper Hulme, see Hulme, Upper

Uttoxeter,

Van Haeften, John,

Van Tuyl, Maria Jane,

Vane:
-, Lucy, Vctss. Vane, see Jolliffe
-, Wm., Vct. Vane (d. 1734),
-, Wm., Vct. Vane (d. 1789),

Verdun:
-, Bertram de,
-, John de,
-, Nic. de,
-, Norman de,
-, Rose de, m. Theobald Butler,
-, Theobald, Baron Verdun,
-, his daus.,
-, fam.,

Vernon:
-, Alda (fl. 1176), see Malbank
-, Alda (fl. 1293),
-, Alice de,
-, Eustachia de, m. David of Heswall,
-, Maud (or Margery),
-, Ralph de,
-, Rose,
-, Warin de,
-, Warin de, grds. of Warin,
-, fam.,

Viator's bridge, see Alstonefield civil parish

Vicars, Albert,

Victoria, Queen:
-, jubilee of 1887,
-, jubilee of 1897,

Victorinus, Gallic emperor,

Vigars (or Vygers), Thos.,

Wain:
-, Isaac,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,

wakes,

Walker:
-, Agnes, see Narrowdale
-, Geo. (fl. 1538),
-, Geo. (fl. 1854),
-, Hen.,
-, Humph. (fl. mid 1420s),
-, Humph. (fl. 1457, ?another),
-, Humph. (fl. 1515-32),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, -, of Castern,

Wall, John,

Wall, see Longsdon

wallabies, see Leekfrith

Wallnook, see Hartington

Walmesley, Peter or Wm.,

Walthall:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., vicar of Leek,

Walton, Izaak,

Ward:
-, Ant., & Co.,
-, E. E., vicar of Sheen,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1671),
-, Thos. (fl. 1760),
-, Wm.,

Wardle:
-, Arthur,
-, Bernard,
-, Eliz. (d. 1634),
-, Eliz. (d. 1902), w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Geo.,
-, Hen. (fl. 1612),
-, Hen. (fl. 1867-79),
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Joshua,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos., plate
-, Wm. (d. by 1718),
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wardle & Davenport (later Wardle & Davenport Ltd.), plate

Wardle, Joshua, & Sons (later Wardle, Joshua, Ltd.),

Wardle, Sir Thos. & Arthur, Ltd.,

Warner, John, & Sons,

Warren:
-, S. P., vicar of Longsdon,
-, his w.,
-, fam.,

Warrillow:
-, Christine, m. Phil. Cooklin,
-, E. J. D., and his w.,

Warrington, T. C.,

Warrington (Lancs.),

Warslow,
-, agric.,
-, brass (later silver) band,
-, Brownhill,
-, Brownlow,
-, char.,
-, ch., plate
-, clergy, see Hill; Oliver; Pidcocke; Richardson; Smith
-, vicarage ho., plate
-, electricity,
-, farms,
-, friendly soc.,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, limestone working,
-, love ale,
-, Lum Edge,
-, man.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, map,
-, mill,
-, mining,
-, Oils Heath,
-, pinfolds,
-, place name,
-, police sta.,
-, poor relief,
-, workho.,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. remains,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, Revidge,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Seven Chimneys,
-, stocks,
-, Swallow Moss,
-, telecottage,
-, tithe barn,
-, village hall,
-, wake,
-, Warslow Hall, plate
-, whipping post,
-, Women's Inst.,
-, workho., see Warslow: poor relief

Warslow brook,

Warslow Lime Kiln Co.,

Warslow Mineral Co.,

Warslow Moors Estate,

wart penny (customary payment),

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Coventry; Erdington; Stratford-upon-Avon

Washington:
-, Edm.,
-, Ellen, m. Wm. Stonhewer (or Stonyer),
-, Margery,
-, Matt.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

watch making,

Waterfall,
-, Waterhouses,

Waterhouse, Alfred,

Waterhouses, see Waterfall

Waters:
-, Edith, see Lownds
-, Wm.,

Wathen, Jas. Bateman,

Watling Street,

Watson:
-, Benj.,
-, Mary, see Challinor
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., & Co.,

Watt:
-, Arthur,
-, his children,
-, FitzJames,
-, Phoebe, see Fowler

Wattes, Rob., preacher at St. Edward's, Leek,

Webb:
-, Benj., curate of Sheen,
-, John,
-, Steph.,

Wedgwood:
-, Abner,
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. St. Andrew,
-, John (fl. 1494),
-, John (d. by 1556),
-, John (d. 1572),
-, John (d. 1589),
-, John (d. 1658),
-, John (d. 1757),
-, Marg., see Shaw
-, Ric.,
-, Susannah, m. John Fenton,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Weightman, Hadfield & Goldie,

well-dressing,

Weseham, Rog. de, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield,

Wesley, John,

West:
-, Hannah,
-, Hen. (fl. 1825-55),
-, Hen. (fl. 1859-91),
-, J. A.,

West Leake, see Leake, West

Westbourne Park Building Society,

Westminster Bank Ltd. (formerly London County Westminster & Parr's Bank Ltd.),

Westmorland,

Weston:
-, John,
-, Vincent,

Westside, see Alstonefield civil parish

Westwood, see Leek and Lowe

Wetley Rocks, see Cheddleton

Wetton,
-, eccl. par.,
-, Ecton, q.v.
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Thor's Cave,

Wetwood, see Leekfrith

Wheeldon, John,

Whieldon, Wm.,

Whitaker, Jas., curate of Quarnford, later vicar of Alstonefield,

Whitchurch:
-, Margery (or Margaret) of, see Lestrange
-, Thos. of,

White:
-, Job,
-, Job, & Sons Ltd. (formerly Trafford & White; White & Davis Ltd.),
-, Thos.,
-, W. H., & Sons,
-, fam.,

Whitechapel (Mdx.),

Whitehough, see Ipstones

Whitle, see Sheen

Whittaker (or Whittakers), John, (?two of this name),

Whittles:
-, L., & son,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., Ltd.,

Whorrocks Bank, see Horton

Wich Malbank, see Nantwich

Wigley:
-, Eliz., see Crane
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Wild, John,

Wildboarclough (in Prestbury, Ches.),

Wilde, Oscar,

Wilkes, Ric.,

Wilkinson:
-, Allwood,
-, Geo. Yeldham (formerly Ricketts),
-, Isaac,

William I,

William, vicar of Leek,

William the forester,

William the priest,

William Augustus, duke of Cumberland (d. 1765),

William Baird plc,

William Morris Labour Church,

Williams, Sir John,

Williams Deacon's Bank,

Willoughby, Rob., Baron Willoughby de Broke,

Willoughby de Broke, Barons, see Greville; Willoughby

Wilmslow (Ches.),

Wilson:
-, Chas. Carus,
-, Edw.,
-, John Edw.,
-, Thos.,
-, - (architect),

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser

Wincle (in Prestbury, Ches.),

Wincomb, Ric.,

Windley (Derb.),

Windyridge, see Longnor

Winnington, Ric. of,

Wirksworth (Derb.), see Middleton

Wirral, Ranulph of (otherwise Ranulph of Hulme),

Wirral (Ches.), forest,

Wishaw, Hugh,

Wolf dale, see Rushton James

Wolf Edge, see Quarnford

Wolfscote, see Hartington

Wolfscote Dale, see Alstonefield civil parish

Wolstanton,
-, Little Chell,

Wolverhampton,

Wombwell:
-, Geo.,
-, -, niece of Geo., m. Jas. Bostock,

Women's Institutes,

Wood:
-, Emmanuel,
-, Ezekiel (fl. 1764),
-, Ezekiel (fl. 1800),
-, John (d. 1672),
-, John (fl. 1690),
-, Jonathan,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob., minister of Horton,
-, Thos. (d. by 1760),
-, Thos. (fl. 1850),
-, Wm. (d. 1730),
-, Wm. (fl. 1769),
-, Wm. (fl. 1834),
-, Mrs. -,

Wood, Goldstraw & Yorath,

Woodhead, Wm.,

Woodhead & Carter,

Woodhouse, Jos.,

Woodhouse Green, see Endon; Rushton Spencer

Woolley:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,

Woolliscroft family,

Woolworth, F. W., & Co. Ltd.,

Worcestershire, see Cofton Hackett

Workers Educational Association,

World Government for the Age of Enlightenment,

World Wars:
-, First,
-, Second,

Wormhill (in Tideswell, Derb.),

Worthington:
-, A. E., and his w.,
-, And Jukes, and his w.,
-, Ernest,
-, Lancelot,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos., & Sons,
-, fam.,

Worthington, A. J., & Co. (Leek) Ltd. (formerly A. J., & Co. Ltd.),

Worthington, A. J., (Holdings) Ltd.,

Wreford, John,

Wright, W. B., curate of St. Luke's, Leek, later vicar of All Saints', Leek,

Wrinehill (in Madeley),

Wudia (Anglo-Saxon landholder),

Wulfgeat (Anglo-Saxon landholder),

Wulfmaer (Anglo-Saxon landholder),

Wulfric Spot (Anglo-Saxon thegn),

Wurnaldehalth, see Heaton

Wyatt, Fred.,

Wyther:
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Y.M.C.A.,

Yardley:
-, Alice,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Yeardsley, see Taxall

'yilte', see tallage

York:
-, dchss. of, see Mary
-, duke of, see George V

Yorkshire (N.R.), see Sand Hutton

Yorkshire (W.R.), see Barnsley; Doncaster; Leeds; Rotherham; Sheffield

Youth Hostels Association, plates



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