SHSB INDEX D

SHSB INDEX VOLUMES 1-40 (1971-2010) D

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D. & H. Mallalieu Ltd., woollen cloth manufacturers BaileyMill, Knarr 21 5, 283 2, 4, 12

armed forces cloth 242 15; employees 314 16

letter heading 191 10i; purchase Carrcote 124 81

D.B.R. Buckley, Mrs.: obituary, John Murray 62 22

D.C.M., & Bar 374 12, 382 4

D.F.C. 353 18

D. Jones Barker, Loyd & Co, bankers 292 4

Dacre, Rev. Bartholomew: curate, St. George’s Mossley 162 26

Joshua Hill, land encroachment 84 61

Lanehead: Inclosure claim 83 51; Incl rights ceased 92 36

Dacre, Rev. Bartholomew: suspended 381 17

Dacres 384 6

Dacres Avenue, houses 162 28

Dacres Drive, houses 162 27

Dacres Hall: 162 cover i, 26i-28i, 202 14

Estate 201 11

Dacres Road, houses 162 27

Daft, field name meaning 131 9

Dagger, field name meaning 131 9

Daily Herald 373 27

Daimler, early motor vehicle 193 22

dairies, registration of 31 5

Dairy & Cowsheds Order 1885 231 10

Dairy: field name meaning 131 9

High Street, Uppermill 313 3; maid 82 34

Daisy Hill: abandoned road 352 13

Knarr Lane 394 88; Mill 113 45

Old workhouse, Knarr Barn Lane 73 57, 58

Thurston Clough 264 2; workhouse 273 16

Dakin, T.H.: Letter: Lawtons of Swan Inn 121 8

Dakota plane crash 294 19, 313 1

Dale 94 77, 101 17, 113 64, 141 10, 161 17, 253 21, 264 5, 363 18

Chief Rental 102 34; Inclosure claim 83 44

Manor share claim 91 13

Dale, Abel 314 10; stonemason 384 14-16, 20

Dale, Alice 314 9, 10

Dale, Ann 314 10, 384 15

Dale, Ben 314 10

Dale, Betty 314 12, 13

Dale, Elizabeth 314 10; nee Chamberlain 321 12

Dale family 314 7

Dale, Hannah 384 13, 15; Back o’ th’ Low farm 314 7, 10

Dale, James 314 10

Dale, John 112 41, 314 12, 14

Dale, Jonathon 314 12, 13

Dale, Joseph & will 314 9-12, 14, 384 14, 15

Dale, Joshua: yeoman & will 314 8-10

carrier of Back o’th Low 384 12-14, 19, 20

Dale, Mally 314 10, 12

Dale, Martha 314 8, 12, 13

Dale, Mary 314 9-11

Dale, Peter 314 10

Dale, Richard de la 314 7

Dale, William: 314 7, 8, 10, 384 15

emigrated to Australia 314 7, 321 11, 2 2

Dale, William Booth & will 314 10, 12-14, 384 15

Dale Cottage 113 63

Dale Dyke dam, Sheffield, collapse 194 2

Dale House, Delph 113 63, 122 24, 403 63

Dale Street, Manchester 111 1, 301 15

Dales, Warrnambool, family tree 321 16i

Dalglish, James, Glasgow 21 8

Dallas, Betty, M.: Letter: Wrigley ancestry 122 28

Dalling, Sheila 373 12

Dalton & Sons Mills, Carlisle 293 6

Dalton, Edward 193 2

Dalton Mills, Keighley 343 4

Dalton, Mr., opened preaching house 181 11

Dalton Ulverston 363 15

Dam Head Mill Ltd. 343 18i

dam shuttles, opening of, boiler plug drawing 111 15

Dame school, Huddersfield 52 25

Dame Schools 231 1, 344 13

Damhead 212 19

Damhead Mill: 283 14, 352 6

(Albion) Uppermill woollen 192 18

chimney ds 1850 103 45, 4 80

cotton & woollen 12 3, 82 24, 25, 3 52

finishing 94 79

inventory, cutting room, Gig House 84 74

packing room, press shop 84 73

rebuilt, cotton spinning 83 53, 183 11

scribbling 132 38, 50, 183 11

Damhead Mill, William Kenworthy Schofield 83 52

Dan, field name meaning 131 9

Dane Street 344 31

Danes invasion 53 37

Daniel, Dickson, mason 384 13

Daniel, Dr. Glyn, lecture 12 8

Daniel Neild,The Man & His Purpose. Addresses: J.T. Womey 141 4-8

Daniel, Nield: Letter: M.A. Smith 141 3

Daniels, Percy, greengrocer 313 7

Danube legions 181 4

Danzig Alley Cemetery 374 10

Darby Gate, Rishworth 14 14

Darby, Joe, Castleshaw tramway loco. driver 72 39

Dark Lane, Moorgate 124 81

Dark Lane, St. Thomas’s Church 161 14

Darklanehead cottage 21 13

Darracq, early motor vehicle 193 25

Darrington Parish, Pontefract 392 29

Darwenist 252 22

datestones: (ds) of Saddleworth 17th-19thC 202 22-25, 3 7

1560 Boarshurst 253 6

1612 1720 Grasscroft 202 24i

1642 1743 Packhorse 144 71, 203 9i

1648 1749 Lane 203 7i, 8i

1655 1692 1710 Tunstead 203 9i

1656 1678 1845 Grottonhead farmhouse 151 10, 15, 202 25i

1659 Claytons 202 22i

1660 1763 Newhouses 203 9i

1673 Den Farm 202 23i

1674 High Knolls 203 7i

1677 Lawton Fold 203 8i

1678 Grottonhead Farm Barn 202 25i

1686 1725 Grotton Hall 151 10i, 11i, 202 25

1686 1725 Grottonhead Hall 202 25i

1687 Stonebreaks 203 9i

1688 Slack Farm 203 9i

1690, 1723, 1878 Wallhill Barn 133 74, 4 94

1707 Taylor Green Hey 203 9i

1709 Lees 203 8i

1715 Castleshaw 114 83

1719 Stonebreaks Manor House 203 9i

1721 Doctor House 202 23i

1721 Dove Cote 202 23i

1721 Greenacres Fold 202 24i

1722 Earnshaw Head 202 23i

1723 Wallhill 203 9i

1726 1748 1764 Top o’ th’ Meadows 203 9i

1728 Higher Barn 161 14, 16i

1731 1747 Grotton Farm House 151 11i, 202 25i

1736 Birks Brow 202 22i

1737 Gibraltar 202 24i

1738 1817 Herdslow 203 7i

1739 Hill Farm 203 8i

1740 Delph Slack 202 22i

1743 Crossbank 202 22i

1743 Den Lane 202 23i

1744 Grasscroft Manor House 202 24i

1745 Cross Keys, Uppermill 252 2

1745 Loadhill Platting 151 11, 203 8i

1746 Foulrakes 202 23i

1750 Lower Wadehill 203 8i

1752 Austerlands 203 9i

1753 Hill Top 203 7i

1773 Burnedge Farm, Fold 202 22i

1773 Hill End 203 7i

1778 Roebucklow 203 9i

1784 EM 213 4

1791 Shiloh 203 9i

1794 Greenfield Mill 202 24i

1794 High Grove Mill 132 51

1800 1805 Whitebarn 203 9i

1806 Strinesdale 203 9i

1816 Stanedge 203 9i

1821 1860 Swellands Reservoir 173 32

1845 Grotton Farm House 151 15

Millhouses, Lydgate 293 4

daub 131 9

Daubhill, Bolton 342 7, 11

Davenham 363 14

Davenport, Alfred, Bank Top, motor vehicle 193 23

Davenport Collection 32216

Davenport, James Lees, textile machinery family 322 16

Davenport, James: The Murders at Bill’s O’ Jack’s 171 5

Davenport, Mr., refugee house offer 403 64

Davenporth, E., deed endorsement 112 30

Davids Smithy, Ambrose Diggle 24 71, 72, 64 56, 101 17

Davidson Emily, suffragette 373 11

Davidson’s Mill 334 9

Davies, H.F., Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Davies, David, railway engineer 351 2

Davies, E., Liverpool Naturalist s Club 274 23

Davies, Elizabeth nee Haslam 312 22

Davies, F.J., Lt.-Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Davies, H., singer 364 15

Davies, Margaret Llewelyn, Women’s Co-operative Guild 361 8i, 9, 2 11

Davies, Maurice 372 17

Davies, Mr., Leesfield Church 183 6

Davies, P.C. 393 79

Davies, Sir Walford, Master of the King’s Musick 272 2

Davis, Catherine, E.: A. & J. Butterworth Ltd., Haulage Contractors Greenfield 272 14, 15

Davis, Dr. Joseph Barnard, F.R.S. 312 21-23

Davis, H., vocalist 344 23

Davis, Jonathan: Greenfield Centenarian, Lenora Palmer 292 31

Davis, Kate & Keith: Greenfield Cricket Club, 1899-1999 292 25, 26

Davis, Major, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Dawes, Mary, Somercotes, Derbs. 303 11

Dawson, Abraham, stone cutter, Bill’s O’ Jacks 171 9

Dawson, Arthur, Holmfirth, killed in action 403 43

Dawson, Cllr, Springhead. 391 17

Dawson, Edward: died at Peterloo 192 13, 321 5

Dukinfield, merchant, Carr Hill Mill 101 8

Dawson, George, Causeway Set, clothier 21 15

Dawson, James, Moorcroft 114 78

Dawson, Joseph, Shelderslow 122 29

Dawson, Mr.: Attorney at Law, Doncaster 53 47

Hollinwood, refugee house offer 403 64

Dawson, Samuel, Highmoor 384 19

Dawson, Widow, Crowshawbent 151 10

Dawson, William, died at Peterloo 104 79, 192 13, 321 5

Day Book Historical Notes: Irad Hewkin 24 58

Day, field name meaning 131 9

Day School: Boarshurst 11 9; Fern Lea Vale 11 10

Garret, Baguley, Roman Catholic 133 70, 71, 72

Uppermill Methodist 181 12

day trips: 331 9

Bill’s O’ Jacks 171 2; Chew Valley 312 8

Daycroft Field Castleshaw:

roads, ditches, buildings& structures 271 2- 26i

dating 271 27, 28; test pits & trenches 271 7-18

excavation report 261 1-18

Days in France, Jim Kenworthy 402 40

D-Day account 312 26

De Bergue & Co. Liverpool, Mumps Bridge 263 23

de La(s)cy, Roger, Lord Constable of Chester 392 30, 51, 52

de Lacy, Henry: accounts in Rossendale 404 109

grant 392 51

de Lacy, Honour of Pontefract 392 27

de Lacy, John’s seal, Constable of Chester 392 29i

de Lacys, earls of Lincoln 404 108

de Staveley family: collecting rents 163 38

Saddleworth Holdings 112 33

Deakin, Ellen 352 25

dealer & chapman 43 51, 91 11, 103 58, 113 64

Dean, Joan: Letter: Greenfield Co-op number 303 29

Dean of Whalley: Letter: H. J. Storey 44 59

Dean Clough Denshaw: 113 58

flint finds 62 20, 81 1, 152 18, 2 22, 23, 153 35

Deanhead: 32 36, 3 56, 57, 44 66, 83 52, 102 33, 35,

12114, 134 90, 213 12, 222 4, 263 11, 12, 363 17

closing order for unknown use 273 13

Inclosure claim 83 44; Inclosure rights ceased 92 35

land encroachment 84 66

reservoir, Denshaw 222 6

Deanhead Clough: 263 11

Mill Diggle 263 12

Deanhead Mill: scribbling woollen 12 21, 32 37, 48, 192 18

Deanhouse County Institute, Honley 304 25, 391 3

Deanish, field name meaning 131 9

Deans of Whalley: 51 6, 7

hereditary title 51 6; list of 331 28

Deans of Whalley: Letter: Celia D. Duncan 51 6

Deanshaw Fold, 243 3

Dearden, James: 33 46

Lord of Manor Rochdale, S’worth exhibition 93 59, 394 93

Dearden, John, lease 102 32

Dearden, Miss, Rochdale 391 21

Dearden’s barbers shop, Lees 61 5

Dearne & Dove Canal 111 1

Dearnley, Alice 344 13

Dearnley, Diana 284 20

Dearnley, Edward 284 20

Dearnley, H., tobacconist, Uppermill 262 7

Dearnley, Lydia Ann 284 20

Dearnley, Mabel 284 20

deaths by: ballooning 193 14

caused by horse 23 51

construction of Chew Reservoir 202 16

death penalty/sentence 52 26, 321 3

drowning 22 21, 41 4, 323 8, 391 5, 17, 3 79, 403 83

explosion 23 47, hanging 391 5

manslaughter 391 10; murder 173 37, 391 16, 80

railway accident 391 11, 19

road accident 24 62, 391 4, 3 77;shooting accident 203 24

under anaesthetic 24 61; as workhouse inmate 11 8

Death in the Workhouse at Knarr Barn: R Ivens 371 15-18

Death of a Saddleworth recluse – Particulars of his life: Mossley and Saddleworth Reporter 404 97

Death Penny (Memorial plaque) 401 18i

decimalisation 231 18

decontaminating clothing 304 25

decorations award of 374 8

Deed, Hollingreave 303 22i

Deed, land at Carr 213 4; Harrop Green 213 3

Deed, involving the mean fields 174 60

Deed of Covenant 112 30

Deed of Feoffment 112 29, 30, 32i

Deed of Feoffment of sixth part of Hollingreave 303 20

Deed of sale Friarmere 164 66

Deedes Major, 34th Regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Deeds & Miscellaneous 24 57

Deeds, 21 20, 62 27, 71 3, 2 33, 4 71, 77, 12111-13, 131 9, 161 14, 2 19, 102 31, 35, 212 12, 223 3, 241 20, 252 14, 294 21, 22, 303 17-23, 313 11, 362 2, 404 110

13th century 394 93, 98; no.71, Stockport Rd 294 21, 22

Andrew Mill 383 6; Carrcote 124 80

Grasscroft 131 19; Ramsden leases 112 29-36

relating to Midgley, WR 102 32

relating to Saddleworth 102 31

Deeds not words, Suffragettes motto 371 1

Deeds that Thrilled the Empire (periodical) 401 4

Deepcar, flint finds 62 20, 152 22

defence spending 311 12

Deighton, Ken 344 27

Deign Clough, Friarmere, flint finds 112 24

Deira Kingdom of 331 28

Delamere & Warrington Lords of 112 33

Delaney, Joseph 313 28i, 29i

Delaney, Sheila 313 28i, 29i

Delany, Nancy, pianist 352 7

Delf(e) 142 22, 241 5

Delf Slack, auction 114 79

delivery vehicles, George Hill 333 18

Dellhide, Derek, Cllr. 303 10

Dellow, Annie 272 3

Dellow, Wilf, Wallhill 293 19, 20

Delph see also New Delph

Delph 54 72, 111 13, 3 47, 53, 54, 64, 134 89, 141 11, 2 22, 3 37, 164 66, 174 52, 183 1, 211 4, 15, 222 14, 15, 231 1, 241 7, 10, 2 17, 3 1, 251 11, 3 19, 23-25, 262 14, 16, 18, 272 9, 11, 12, 281 12-14, 16, 4 17, 20, 291 3, 4 13, 301 10, 16, 311 6, 21-23, 2 2, 25, 3 3, 19 21, 4 15-17, 321 25, 26, 2 16, 3 16, 4 13-17, 20, 331 8, 10, 12, 13, 25, 33 2 15, 16, 3 1, 13, 341 21, 3 13, 14, 4 23-27, 352 6, 11-14, 3 19, 20, 4 14, 19, 24, 361 13-15, 18, 36215-17, 19, 3 2-4, 13-19, 4 6, 12, 13, 15-18, 371 8, 13, 2 11, 3 19-22, 4 10, 12, 13, 15, 381 1-3, 6, 7, 18, 2 9, 3 2, 3, 6, 28i, 4 21, 23, 391 4-7, 9-12, 14-16, 19, 2 34, 36, 3 64, 65, 76, 77-81, 39 4 88, 401 8, 9, 402 52, 54, 55, 3 82, 84-86, 4 97, 100

Delph & Denshaw Conservative Assoc. Blue Ball 364 17

Delph & Dobcross Cricket Club 393 64

Delph: arched passages, King Street 302 8

Big Lamp 302 7; buses 213 17

Chief Rental 102 34; chip shop 302 8

Illuminated shop prize 352 7

Christians 131 5; coal railway 191 21, 22, 251 1

coal railway: Letter: Norman Bamforth 191 21, 22

condition of housing 273 7; Coronation Committee 22 27

Coronation George VI bonfire 74 72

cotton manufacture 124 70, 193 20

covered market proposal 41 5

early 20thC glass negatives slides 83 39

earthquake tremor 22 21; explosion 41 4

Flood 131 4; ford 403 78

gas supply 262 1; goods yard 354 24

Higson Collection 313 23; housing scheme 54 56

Inclosure claim 83 44; Inclosure rights ceased 92 36, 37

Lantern slides, Society archives 74 72

Lighting Committee 11 8; little Russia 302 8

Lodging House, sanitary inspector report 34 64

Manor share claim 91 12

Market Place, proclamation of Edward VII 12 9

measles outbreak 224 8; new council houses 273 9

new public house 131 4

non-conformist’s Navvy Mission 183 2

photographer 192 11

public house & blacksmiths sale 71 11

public playground Bell Meadow 11 7

refugees 403 63- 67, 71, 72

refugees, house offer 403 67; R33 airship 193 15

Rhyolite erratics 124 75; road repairs 74 69

September Fair 12 10; sewerage 224 12

suffragettes meeting 372 2; train accident 281 14

turbury herbage stone claim 91 15;walking contest 14 11

water bore holes 211 17; water supply 211 13, 222 7

Delph to: Brownhill canal branch proposal 182 9

Grains Bar road 351 15

Hollinbank coal railway 183 23, 251 1, 4i, 5i

Delph Will, The, flat bottomed boat, Delph flood 131 4, 5

Delph: Agrictal Show Swainscroft 11 8, 24 61, 33 49, 41 4

Delph Band 32 23, 301 21

Belgian relief fund 403 67

Delph Bank 12 6

Delph Barn 272 8, 301 15; Inclosure claim 83 44

Delph Branch: National Charter Association 111 15

Oldham & Ripponden turnpike 362 16

Standedge & Oldham turnpike 362 15

Delph Bridge: 33 47, 234 23, 302 7, 314 15, 323 17

land and messuages for sale 21 12

Delph C.W.S. 324 17

Delph Chapel: baptismal records 293 9

Delph Coal Yard 251 1, 2

Delph Congregational Church: 391 15

Records 313 30; transcriptions 332 21

Delph Conservative Club 74 65

Delph Conservative Co. Ltd., land owners Friarmere 74 70

Delph Co-operative Society: 21 4, 64 52, 331 8, 9, 361 15, 383 28i

Choir, Belgian relief fund 403 67; classes 13 1

Hall 232 18, 344 23, 361 cover i

Industrial Co-operative Society 294 17; housing 273 8i

Jubilee 33 49; library opened 11 8

new premises 11 7; Rule Book 361 14i, 15

Saddleworth Players 22 28

Spanish Aid committee 364 8

Store, gas engine driven electric plant 43 39

Delph Coronation Celebrations: 1953 22 27, 232 26, 27

bonfire, Delph Hill 294 19

George VI 74 72

Delph Council School 1925 324 17i

Delph Cricket club: abandoned road 352 12

milestone 291 8

Delph Donkey: 181 2, 212 15, 294 19, 374 19; postcard 192 9

Delph Eagle Mill, woollen 192 16

Delph Egg Packing Co. 291 20

Delph Electra Picture Palace 204 9

Delph Fair 222 14

Delph Feight: Ammon Wrigley 122 26

Delph, Friarmere National School 294 17

Delph Funeral Society 23 43, 213 8

Delph Greave(s) 74 61, 222 16, 19, 241 8, 313 27, 371 15

Delph Hill 112 41, 3 63

Delph Independent Chapel: 12 8, 91 17, 114 74, 124 80, 133 70, 72, 243 4, 4 12, 254 15, 273 6, 294 17, 301 15, 311 21-24, 333 1, 381 cover i, 2, 3i, 391 12, 15, 402 5

Burial ground 391 12; Choir 183 4

Lych gate 23 47

monumental inscriptions 241 4-12, 2 16-19, 25319-25, 262 14-18, 272 8-13, 28112-17, 4 16-21

Records 34 59; Registers microfilm 41 5

Delph Independent Sunday School: 213 8

Centennial Souvenir 12 8

Delph Industrial Co-op Soc. see Delph Co-op Soc.

Delph Junction, Signal Box 133 cover i, 58, 60i

Delph Labour Club 363 2

Delph Lane 294 14

farm auction 234 26

Delph Liberal Club 12 6

Delph Little Theatre, Labour meeting 304 10

Delph Lodge 12 5, 41 11, 74 79, 84 60, 112 44, 134 83, 221 6, 363 15, 372 15, 384 6, 402 55

Delph Main Street cover 83 i

Delph Mechanics & Literary Institute: J. G. Parry pt 1 18551954 12 5-7

pt 2 13 1-3; pt 3 14 4-7 pt 4 21 4, 5; pt 5 22 26-28

Delph Mechanics & Literary Institute: M&LI 12 5, 31 11, 12, 3 49, 54 56, 163 50, 234 26, 254 16, 294 17, 321 26, 331 12, 364 15, 16

advertisement 12 7; bazaars 12 5, 6, 4 7, 42 23

billiard room 14 7; building description 32 26

classes, chemistry to shorthand 13 3

Dramatic Art 22 26; WEA 14 7

weaving & designing 13 2

West Riding C.C. evening 13 3

Casualty Collecting Point 304 25; closure 22 27

concert, dance, recital 364 15,16

Constitution 13 1; cost opening 12 6

Feeding & Shelter Centre 304 23; film shows 22 26

financial details 13 2; ice rink 14 7

inquest 391 12; Jubilee 22 22

lantern slide lecture 403 67; lettings 22 27

meeting 363 3, 4; minute books 22 26, 74 72

organ, skating rink 34 64; Penny Readings 12 5

plays, dances 14 7; post card show 192 7

presidents12 5, 3 1; Old Methodist Chapel 302 8

Rasping Mill, Co-op hall, school rooms 12 5

roller skating 14 7, 22 26; social sub-committee 14 4

train specials for opening 12 7

Delph M&LI See also Mechanics & LI

Delph Methodists see also Delph Wesleyan, Primitive

Delph Methodism, History of: Edwin Hudson 12 7

Delph Methodist Chapel/Church: 294 13

Bequest 301 15; carol service 344 26

ground rent for auction 234 27

Delph Mill: (Eagle) fulling scribbling 132 35, 40

chimney smoke pollution 24 61, 231 16

James Bradbury of Huddersfield 63 42

Delph mills 211 5, 7

Delph Mission Chapel 12 6

Delph Mutual Improvement Soc., Castleshaw visit 274 11

Delph Mystery –Delph-Hollinbank Coal Railw y183 23, 24

Delph Naturalists Society 113 59

Delph New Road: 14 14, 354 24, 362 15, 373 21

coal shunt 313 8; inhabitants 1924 293 15

land sale 24 56; tramway 291 1

Delph Picture Palace 212 25

Delph Post Office 124 cover i, 181 1, 192 9, 301 16

Delph Primitive Methodist Chapel, Millgate: 313 19, 20

Clara Shaw 313 19, 20

Delph Primitive Methodist: Sunday School 373 21

wall inscription 313 19

Delph Prosecution Society 74 79, 313 23

Delph Reform Club 373 21

Delph Rifle Volunteers Band 201 4

Delph, Ryhole tollbar 362 16, 19i

Delph, S’worth F.F. Burial Soc. collection round 213 10

Delph School: 383 2; party 364 16

Walkers Charity 294 7

Delph shop fronts: Geoff. Toms 332 cover i

Delph Show: Ammon Wrigley 122 25

Delph Show entries 23 47

Delph Sick Nursing Association 43 39

Delph Slack: 113 63, 164 66, 253 20, 264 4

ds 1740, 1745; 64 54, 72 26, 27, 202 22; deeds 161 14

Delph Slack Farm, ds 1745 101 16

Delph Sound 74 78, 294 14

Delph Station: 173 34, 211 18, 222 19, 274 5, 324 16

railway traffic 212 15-17; tramway 183 1, 291 1

goods depot 182 9; navvies’ trip 183 6

wakes journeys/destinations 191 12-14

Delph Strike 32 22, 23 3 47

Delph String Band 14 11

Delph Sunday School 12 7, 13

Delph Trail 222 13

Delph Village Clara Shaw 302 7-8

Delph Wesleyan see also Delph Methodist, Primitive

Delph Wesleyan Chapel: 133 70, 72, 301 16

Baptisms 1837-1970 microfiche 332 22

Day school 231 1

early burial records lost in fire 34 59

fire 313 19, 391 4; trustee 32 21

Register 321 31, 2 20

Delph Wesleyan School 12 6, 31 7

Delph Wesleyan Sunday school 181 12

Delph, West Riding Library 22 27

Delph Women’s Guild 361 12

Delph Youth Club 344 27

Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval 374 13, 402 51

delving 71 6

demobilisation trains 374 6

demolition order 273 11, 13

demonstrators 311 13

Den 323 9, 11, 363 19, 384 14

Inclosure claim 83 48

Den Farm ds 1673 202 23

Den Lane: 212 21, 274 16, 363 16, 17, 373 24

clearance area 273 13; ds 1743 202 23

Dene Head Farm, lightening strike 352 7

Denison, Lt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Denman Quarries (Runninghill) 54 57

Denmark: bog bodies 173 26; speedway 364 10

Dennett, Maurice: A Transatlantic Coincidence 312 20

Ammon Wrigley Learns a Lesson 184 10, 11

Centre, Church of Latter-day Saints Rochdale 244 21, 22

Companion Volume for the Cherry Valley Chronicles 261 20-22

From the Diary of George Shaw 281 5

Further note on The Cherry Valley Chronicles 212 25

Further Notes on the Buckleys of Bridge Hose 241 20, 21

Greater Manchester County Record Office 251 16

Howcroft Collection 134 83, 84

Letter: Archive donations: John Neild;

Dennett, Maurice: John Broadbent 192 23

Dennett Maurice: Letter: Cherry Valley Chronicles 23428, 29

Letter: microfiche reader 221 17

Letter: Non-Conformist Registers 20119

Peterloo & Bernard Toohey 213 24

Records at the Family History 244 21, 22

Saddleworth & Lees Tramway Co. 291 1, 2

Dennett Maurice, obituary 324 2, 3

Denshaw 23 54, 43 51, 54 69, 72, 73 48, 4 62, 101 19, 141 1, 2 17-19, 22, 151 9, 164 66, 2111, 2, 231 1, 243 3, 253 24, 262 14, 16, 291 1, 4 13, 301 13, 14, 3 18, 311 16, 26, 323 14-17, 331 8, 10, 12, 16, 25, 3 13, 341 20, 4 23, 352 10, 3 21-23, 36115, 21, 14, 16, 19, 103, 3 3, 14, 4 16-18, 373 23, 10, 14, 381 6, 391 3, 3 66, 78-80, 4 93-95, 402 51, 52, 3 84, 4 96

Denshaw from Oxhey, postcard 311 16i

Denshaw, locomotive Castleshaw 72 39, 274cover i, 7i

Denshaw: auctions 43 45, 71 10, 12

boxing rink 241 18; buses to Oldham 323 17

clearance area 273 13; coal railway 251 1

council houses, land for new 273 9

deeds of sale to Arthur Assheton 162 19

ds 1666 64 53; facilities for old people 304 8

gas supply 262 1; Inns 224 21

lighting 24 61, 62; May Day carnival 323 17

memorial 113 62; reservoirs planned 354 cover i

rate payers Committee 24 61; road repairs 74 69

sewerage system 224 13; wardens post 304 23

water supply 211 13

Denshaw Band 113 62, 331 8; disbanded 34 63

Denshaw Bank, Inclosure claim 83 48

Denshaw Botanical & Field Naturalist Society 31 4

Denshaw Bridge, road repairs 74 69

Denshaw Brook 164 66, 68, 282 7

Denshaw Church, Christchurch 333 13, 353 23

Denshaw Churchyard Memorial 373 18

Denshaw (Junction) Industrial & Benevolent Co-operative Soc. 361 15, 16i

Denshaw Co-op Hall 331 8, 12, 364 17

Denshaw, Dobcross Turnpike Branch 14 14

Denshaw Drill Hall 242 13

Denshaw(e) Farm, Grant of Friarmere 162 22

Denshaw House 221 8, 252 22, 23

Denshaw Huts 224 21

Denshaw Mill: 163 49

fulling 132 35, 39; rent & rateable value 13 13, 63 43

woollen 192 16

Denshaw Moor: 53 54, 404 96, 97

enclosure 1808-1812 404 96

Denshaw Moor Enclosure Act 24 57

Denshaw navvies 354 4-7, 9, 10, 13, 16, 19, 23

Denshaw Post Office 331 8

Denshaw Print Works see Denshaw Vale Mill

Denshaw Road First Aid Point 304 24

Denshaw School: 42 23, 323 16, 353 21i, 23i, 383 2

Headmasters 64 59, 60

Letter: P.M.Buckley 64 59

magic lantern show 232 20; public subscription 231 1

Denshaw Sunday school 12 13

Denshaw, Turnpike Branch to Brownhill 14 14

toll bar 362 16, 19i; toll post 14 14

Denshaw Vale: 363 17

death at 403 83

Denshaw Vale Mill: air raid shelter 243 19

chimney 103 45; dyer 64 59

printing calico 12 3, 94 80

Denshaw Vale Print Works: 2114, 282 cover i, 7, 11i, 3 14, 331 8, 353 21

camouflage netting 242 15; employee numbers 93 51

fire 34 64; motor wagon 173 34

rent & rateable value 13 13; steam buzzer 34 63

Denshaw Vale Works (Calf Hey) woollen 132 44, 192 16

Denshaw War Memorial 291 15, 353 26, 401 9, 10i

Denshaw Waterworks 211 13, 222 16, 354 5

Dent, Oliver, football team 294 25

Dentist Shop, High Street, wardens post 304 23

Denton 101 6, 151 11

Denton, Hannah 281 14

Denton, James, New Barn 281 14

Denton, Mary 281 14

Denville, Alfred, M.P.: 171 17, 20

Bill’s O’ Jack’s: An original Play from Local Sketches 171 5, 6i

Deplich, Lambert: Lidyate 81 1, 293 2

Lydgate Farm 71 2

Depression 1826 121 1

Deputy Director of Research, Admiralty 311 18

Deputy Lieutenant of Merionethshire 63 33

Deputy Treasurer of England 404 105

Derby 22 25

Derby & Joan Club, Uppermill 352 7

Derby Canal, locks plans 161 8

Derby, Frederick, locomotive driver 274 9

Derby Hill 264 3

Derbyshire 123 54, 391 22

stone flag roofs 153 44

Derker, Oldham 151 10, 11

Deseret, Idaho 194 16

Design Centre Haymarket London, printing exhibitn 64 58

Despard, Mrs. 372 2

Destiny of the Mob, The, talk 363 3

Deusbury, William de, deed witness 392 52

Deva (Chester) 134 85

Dewhurst, Mr. 372 2

Dewsbury: 52 21

Saddleworth Weavers’ & Spinners’ mtg. 23 44

woollen industry 343 1

Diadem, ship 321 11

Dial Field name meaning 131 9, 363 16

Dialect of West Riding of Yorkshire: Samuel Dyer 14 4

Diamond Back cycles 272 15

Diamond pit disaster, Bardsley 113 47

diaries 1787-1830, William Rowbottom 371 16

diarist, George Whittaker, Chadderton 181 13

Diarrhoea epidemic 121 4

Diary of a Victorian Schoolmaster: M. & B.Rogers 363 11

Diary of Canon Raines 381 15-18

Diary of John Dicken Whitehead: 1827: H.Jagger 32 19-21

dice boxes 164 63

Dick Clough: 241 2

tip proposal 51 8

Dickanson, Henry, Manchester 22 32, 372 6

Dicken, James, Shawhall Bank, Saddleworth Bank 384 6

Dickens, Charles: editor: Household Words 93 62, 171 3

Saddleworth journey 341 21; visit 11 10

Dickensian recital 364 16

Dickenson, Henry, Protestant Dissenter 63 45

Dickenson, Robert, Werneth, wedding report 352 25i

Dickey, field name meaning 131 9

Dickie-Bird-Hop 304 12

Dickin, Freda 292 21

Dickin, Harry 292 21

Dickin, Mary nee Schofield 321 2

Dickson see also Dicson, Dixson

Dickson, Alex 384 8

Dickson, Allis 384 10, 11

Dickson, Anna 384 11

Dickson, Betty 384 12

Dickson, W.W.F., Capt., Chatterton 193 16

Dickson, Daniel 384 10-12, 17, 18

Dickson, David 384 11, 12

Dickson, Elizabeth 213 12

Dickson, George, protestors list 384 10, 17

Dickson, Herbert 213 12

Dickson, James: 213 12

will of 384 11

Dickson, Jane nee Lees 384 12

Dickson, Janet 213 12

Dickson, John, protestors list 384 10, 11, 17

Dickson, Joseph 384 11

Dickson, Lydiah 384 11

Dickson, Martha 384 11, 18

Dickson, Mary nee Buckley 384 11, 12

Dickson, Rowland: 384 2, 11, 17

Hearth Tax Return 384 10; location 384 8i, 9i

Dickson, Samuel: protesters list 384 10

stone mason 384 10-12, 17, 18

Dickson, Sandiford 213 12

Dickson, Sarah: 384 8, 17

nee Beswick 384 11; will 384 17

Dickson, Thomas 384 8, 10

Dickson, Timothy 384 11, 12

Dickson, Will 384 8

Dicksons End 384 14, 15, 20

Dicson, Jo 384 8, 9

Dicson, John 384 8, 10

Dicson, Rowland 384 8

Dicson, Sammel(l) 384 8-10

Dictionary of Labour Biography…T.E. Moorhouse 361 15

Dictionary of National Biography 221 9

Dideri, A., glass negative 192 5

Didsbury Street Mill, Blackburn 342 11

diesel multiple units 192 3

Dig for Victory, Greenbridge Lane 304 15

Digby, Lt-Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Diggle 92 38, 174 56, 212 20, 21, 3 3, 231 1, 4 19, 243 9, 253 19, 262 3, 284 12, 293 19, 24, 303 15, 312 1, 3 1, 2, 27, 4 24, 321 25, 4 9, 10, 18, 22, 27, 29, 331 21, 2 1-4, 3 16, 4 23, 341 21, 2 1, 4 7, 18, 19, 24, 30-32, 352 3, 7, 11, 3 10, 4 24, 36115, 2 1, 36 32, 10, 13, 19, 4 17, 374 10, 19-22, 383 3, 7, 4 6, 391 1, 3, 9-11, 14-17, 2 35, 3 73-75, 79, 80, 402 50, 54, 56, 3 63, 64, 83, 86

Diggle: aeroplane: Letter: Albert Broadbent 194 22

Diggel boundary of pasture 393 74, 75; buses to 213 17

canal reservoir 192 1; diphtheria 224 14

flint finds 112 23-27, 3 56, 58, 61; flood 294 19

freehold estates 392 33; gas supply 262 1

goods marshalling yards 133 58, 354 24

grant to Kirklees monastery 163 39, 392 31

housing condition 273 7

council scheme 41 5, 54 56, 273 9

Inclosure claim 83 44, 45; Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

map of 1830 51 5; meaning 234 7

measles outbreak 224 8; Old Folks party 391 4

rail crash 272 4, 5i, 294 19, 313 1

refugee house offered 403 64; sewerage 224 12

tunnel end 214 10; tunnel guards 374 22

water supply 211 13, 222 7

water wheel 272 22, 294 18, 313 9i

Diggle A.F.C 393 65

Diggle Band: 52 23; Club 364 18

Queen Victoria memorial service 12 9

Diggle Bridge 152 29, 212 12, 222 21, 234 19

Huddersfield Canal Co. land 61 9

Diggle Bridge Mill see also Diggle Mill

Diggle Bridge Mill: 174 60, 234 13

corn Mill equipment list 62 28

scribbling and rasping 62 28, 132 32, 54

Diggle Bridge Sunday School 12 7

Diggle Brook 173 29-31, 213 2, 222 1, 4

Diggle Co-op Soc. jubilee & Weakey branch openg 361 15

Diggle Edge: 32 2, 43 52, 212 20, 3 13, 234 14, 262 17, 272 11, 363 14, 19

canal pit waterwheel 84 70

cottage, demolition order 273 13

cutting stone rights 74 72

Inclosure claim 83 44, 49, 104 73

Inclosure rights ceased 92 35, 38

land encroachment 84 66; Manor share claim 91 12

plot valuation 74 74; stone cutting 74 73

turbury stone claim 91 15

Diggle Home Guard base 242 14

Diggle Hotel: 142 17, 18, 234 7, 364 18

bi-centenary plate 234 13

dates, occupiers 234 11i, 16, 17

foot race 393 63; out of hours serving 391 16

Diggle Labour Club 363 2

Diggle, Lt.-Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Diggle Mill see also Diggle Bridge Mill

Diggle Mill, paper 12 2, 143 54

Diggle Moss: 213 7

plot valuation 74 74

Diggle Moss Reservoir: 173 29-31

collapse 292 10; East bank repairs 173 30

Diggle: National Reserve Rifle Club 43 39

Diggle: Rifle Range 212 4, 242 13, 324 18, 374 21

territorial use 391 16

Diggle New Mill: 21220, 234 19, 283 14, 313 1

chimney 103 45; Compoflex Ltd. 251 7

Cottages 344 31; George Lawton, flannels 191 10

letter heading 343 20i, 4 30, 32

statue 313 1; steam & water power 63 44

water wheel 272 22, 294 18; woollen 12 2, 192 18

Diggle Reservoir 173 29, 30

Diggle school see also Kilngreen

Diggle School, Sam Road 363 11, 383 2

new school site 42 23; scarlet fever 403 83

Diggle Station 192 3, 252 25, 332 3, 374 19

train stranded 142 19

Diggle Trail 222 13

Diggle, William, photographer, magic lantern 232 18, 19i

Digle Delfe 134 89

Diglee: (Digglee,Dighull) 31 13, 3 55, 63 46, 92 38, 134 90, 142 23, 163 46, 174 56, 212 20, 234 7, 9, 13, 18, 19, 301 6, 363 17, 18, 372 20, 3 14, 384 back cover i, 392 54

1822 map 174 59i; Broadbent farms, map1770 234 11 i

clearance area 273 13; derivation 174 56

farm(s) 212 12, 234 10, 18, 324 9, 10i

Inclosure claim 104 73; Inclosure rights ceased 92 34-38

land grant details 174 57; land in pain 161 10

lease 102 33, 35, 154 73; Manor share claim 91 12

tenements 234 10

Three Mean Fields 1770 map 174 58i

Trade Directories 234 15

Diglee Farm, Inclosure claim 104 73

Dilcock, Pearson 391 16

Dillicar, Lune Gorge, water troughs 192 1

Dilly, D.B., Elder, Salt Lake City 193 5

Dimbley, Professor, G.W., lecture 12 8

Dinting, Derbs. 352 6

Diocese of Lichfield 382 24i

Diocese of York 162 26

Diocletian: bronze follis coin 114 71, 131 1

R.I.C. 32 coin 114 72

Diorama machine, Saddleworth exhibition 93 61

Diptheria 12 10, 23 47, 31 4, 42 24, 3 39, 224 8, 11, 13, 231 3, 10, 323 4, 344 11, 364 16, 383 3

Director of Anti-submarine Warfare 311 18

Directories of Saddleworth 13 5

Dirt Track Riders’ Association 364 11, 393 66

Dirty Lane, (Doity) Castleshaw 23 54, 74 65

Disappearing Landmarks: mill chimneys, B. Barnes 103 44, 45, 4 80

discharge certificates, army 321 23

discharge papers, Fred Dyson 401 25i

Discovering Saddleworth With a Pen: Geoff. Toms 333 7-13

diseases in Saddleworth 1906 224 8

Dish Stone Brow, Chew Valley Tram-road 201 10

dishturner 253 6

Disley, Ches. wakes destination 191 12

dispenser (surgery) 293 18, 323 6

disposal of waste 224 7

dispute over maintenance, Sadelword Chapel 392 55

Dissenter(s): 72 24, 181 11

places of worship 133 68; placard 391 20

Dissenting Meeting House, Delph 131 6

Dissolution: monasteries 132 25, 164 66, 174 57, 212 9, 223 1

Roche Abbey 392 46, 3 72, 4 93

distiller 132 50

Distinguished Conduct Medal 374 6, 8, 402 57

Distinguished Service Order: 374 8

Gilbert Tanner 402 60

distress & poverty in Saddleworth 232 6

Distress Committee, POW parcels 51 8

Distress me with these tears, tune 112 39

Distress.. Food Riots in Saddleworth 1795-1812 14338-41

District Bank 41 9, 91 18

District Visitor (schools) 231 4

ditch Agreement, Convent of Rupe 394 98

Ditch, Inclosure claim 83 46

Diversification of mill use/products 343 12

Diversion of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Diggle: David Chadderton 44 60-62

Diviborough, novel 123 41

Divion Communal Cemetery 402 54

Division of Quick Moor map, 1727 384 7i-9

Divisional Clerk (school) 231 4

divorce 391 4

Dixon see also Dickson

Dixon, Allis 384 11

Dixon, Daniel: 384 15

Straynes (Stydes) 384 19; tithe 142 21

Hearth Tax 313 14, 384 10

Dixon, Frederick J., Wwks engineer & manager 182 17,

203 17, 18i, 224 16, 403 69

Dixon, George 384 10, 11, 17

Dixon, Harry 293 20

Dixon, Henry, cloth agent in USA 323 20

Dixon, Jack 222 20

Dixon, John: 384 11

F.G.S., A.M.Inst., C.E.A, S & D Wwks engineer 194 6

Dixon, Judith, nee Woolsencroft 384 11

Dixon, Mr., Bankside Cottages,land chief rent sale 24 56

Dixon, Mrs., soprano 364 15

Dixon, Rowland, Hearth Tax 321 21, 332 9, 11, 384 10

Dixon, Sam, Hearth Tax 321 21

Dixon Street, Crossbank 274 21

Dixon ,Widow: 384 10, 17

Hearth Tax 332 9, 11, 384 10

Dixon, John, Hearth Tax 313 14, 321 18, 384 10

Dixons, Hearth Tax Returns 1668 /72/74 384 10, 11

Dixson, Betty, Hawkyard 51 15

Dixson’s Strinesdale Lane 374 15

Dna de ffulthropp, freehold tenant 163 38

Dob Lane Chapel, Failsworth 181 14

Dobbie William, innkeeper, Globe Inn 12118

Dobbrode 142 23

Dobcross (Dobbcrosse): 14 13, 33 45, 92 34, 38, 113 54, 63, 141 10-12, 2 23, 174 52, 213 4, 13, 221 1, 231 1, 241 1, 4 18, 251 11, 15, 4 18, 262 18, 272 8, 281 12, 3 6, 11, 294 14, 311 20, 22, 2 1, 3, 4, 3 1, 2, 7, 9, 27, 4 28, 321 3, 17, 3 1, 3, 4, 6, 4 9, 11-14, 16, 21,

324 26, 28, 29, 32, 331 25, 4 11, 3 10, 361 13, 15, 2 1, 2, 14, 18, 3 13-19, 4, 15-18, 371 8, 2 12, 18, 3 18, 19, 22, 4 12, 14, 381 16, 18, 2 10, 3 1, 5, 7, 8, 4 6, 24, 391 5-12, 18, 19, 2 35, 3 57, 64, 65, 76, 79-81, 394 103, 401 11, 2 53, 54, 3 63, 83, 84

Dobcross 1924: Frank Akroyd, part 1 292 17-24

part 2 293 13-24; part 3 294 13-20 part 4 3011-6, 24

Dobcross 1924: The Papers of Frank Ackroyd: A Response by Albert Broadbent 312 1-7, part 2 313 1-9

Dobcross: Chief Rental 102 34

constable 113 54; cottage lease 102 33

cotton/wool employee nos 93 51

house sale 71 11; effluent complaint 33 49

estate of William Hardman 63 40

gas supply 262 1; Handloom Weavers 1960-70s 291 20

housing condition 273 7

Inclosure claim 104 72, 74; rights ceased 92 35-37

Light Transport 292 18; magistrates 364 19

Manor share claim 91 12, 13; mills 211 7

new housing 41 5; new railway station 41 5

night soil tip 224 11; photographer 192 11

register of electors 1863 313 24; sewerage 224 12

shops, businesses disappearing 301 1

strike meeting 111 15; swimming gala 393 60i, 61i

water supply 211 13, 222 7; Well 292 18

workshop Platt Bros. 114 74

Dobcross Prize Band: 252 23, 273 20, 301 21, 312 4

Club 164 61, 292 21, 324 33; President 301 6

Queen Victoria memorial service 12 9

Dobcross Bank 293 22, 4 20, 304 17

Dobcross Book: E.L. Edwards 42 22

Dobcross Chapel, meadow land encroachment 84 68

Dobcross Church: 241 20, 272 4, 294 19

School 292 22, 324 11

subscribers list 372 12; verger 241 1

Warden 33 53, 57, 63 47

Dobcross Congregational Church:1872-2000, micfe 332 22

Baptisms 1871-1901, microfiche 332 22

Burials 1907-2001, microfiche 332 22

choir master 292 18

historical account, microfiche 332 22

Independent Minister 83 58

Marriages 1875-1999, microfiche 332 22

minutes, microfiche 332 22; registers 313 30

Roll of Church members 332 22; turkey tea 364 16

School: inquest 391 5; magic lantern show 232 20

Dobcross Conservatives 344 23; club 322 17

Dobcross Co-operative Society: 403 83

jubilee pamphlet 361 15

Dobcross Fold 292 18

Dobcross Halt 133 58

Dobcross Holy Trinity, baptismal records 293 9

Dobcross, Home Guard base 242 14

Dobcross Ladies 312 30i

Dobcross Liberal Club 252 22

Dobcross Loom Works: Dannie Wright 294 23

Dobcross Loom Works: The Accounts of the Workmen’s Tea Party 1881: Frank Ackroyd 43 40-44

Dobcross Loom Works: Gentleman’s Journal & Gentlewoman’s Court Review 221 1-5

Dobcross Loom Works: 103 45, 22 1 cover i, 1, 272 4, 292 17, 4 19, 23, 301 6, 324 14, 343 7i, 12,17,4 13, 31, 361 13, 401 11

air raid siren 242 15; Belgian refugees 52 23, 403 71

bomb parts 242 15; death at 403 83

early film 204 5; fitters 312 6

fitters names, 1926 293 20, 4 23

labourers names 293 21, 4 23

loaders packers names 293 21, 23

munitions factory 353 25; painters names 293 21, 4 23

Dobcross National School 293 17

Dobcross New Road: 14 14, 292 23, 3 18

inhabitants 1924 292 23; land for sale 24 56, 31 10

Dobcross Parsonage/Vicarage 41 11, 253 26, 363 16, 382 10

Dobcross Post Office 113 53

Dobcross S.F.F. Burial Soc. collection round 213 10

Dobcross School: 383 2

Caretaker 241 1: class 364 4i

photo & names 1923-4 293 19i, 20

water carriage system 44 57

Dobcross Sick Nursing Association 43 39

Dobcross Square: cover i 31

Dr. Ramsden’s Memorial/lamp 12 10

inhabitants 1924 292 17; meeting 363 2

proclamation of Edward VII 12 9

Dobcross Trail 222 13

Dobcross Viaduct 191 16i

Dobcross Ward, Saddleworth Council elections 32 33

Dobcross Whit Friday, 1912 324 9i

Dobson & Molle, cigarette card manufacturer 401 4

Dobson, Betty 314 16

Dobson, Edwin 314 16

Dobson, ice cream seller 313 5

Dobson, Richard, Grotton Hall, visit 151 15

Dobson’s Bank, Huddersfield, stoppage of 111 9

Docherty, Edward Oldham 393 78

Dock, field name meaning 131 9

Doctor House: 132 47, 142 21, 313 24, 363 19, 372 5i-19, 3 13, 392 50

datestone 1721 22 32, 64 54, 202 23

Doctor House Farm: 391 5; sale 22 33

Doctor Lane, High Moor 21 11, 241 20, 363 17, 372 13, 392 50

Doctor Lane Head: Scouthead 22 32, 112 41, 313 24

Roman road 24 67; turnpike 73 55

Doctor’s collector 301 5, 313 5

Doctor’s Gate, Roman road 42 24

Documents & Sources IV: M.T. Wild’s 42 19

Doddlecroft 252 3, 4, 10, 11, 14-16

Dodge 131 9

Dodger, trail hound 174 51

Dodle Croft 44 65

Dodsworth, Roger, 17th C antiquarian 393 72

doe skin 332 14

Dog (Inn), Quay Street Manchester 51 9

dog fighting 233 13

Dog Lane, aqueduct & cast iron waterway plans 161 8

Dogford Brook, culvert plans 161 8

Doghill Estate 251 1

Doherty, Mr., Architect Saddleworth Museum 42 18

Doig, Mrs. 314 19, 20

Doig, Rev. Hugh,Vicar of Saddleworth 163 51, 252 22, 314 19, 371 5

Doity Lane (Dirty) Castleshaw 23 54, 74 65

Dole, field name meaning 131 9

Dole of Hollins: at Milner Cote commons claim 92 38

Inclosure claim 104 72

Dole(s) of Hollins 81 8, 2 32

Doles: 372 13

Back o’ th’ Lee, Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

land, Diglee 174 57

Dolefield, Golburn Clough 14 18

Domesday 1086 392 27, 28

domestic textile industry 42 19, 121 1, 3, 263 9

decline 141 5; virtues reaffirmed 102 28

woollen trade 232 12

see also wool preparation

domesticated animals 173 25

Domitian, Colosseum construction 181 4

Domitian, Roman coin 114 71, 131 1

Donaldson, John, S’worth Banking Co. manager 33 41, 42

Doncaster: 104 82, 354 12i

Catholic club 311 15; Museum 114 114 82

Donecaster, Reginald son of Reginald de, witness 394 96

Donellan Madeleine 304 18i, 311 26, 27i

Donellan, Mrs. 304 18i

donkey stone 292 24, 301 1, 313 4

Donkin, General Sir Rufane, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Donkin, Lt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Donnellan & Co., Skip & Basket Manufacturers 273 21

Donnellan, Beech Avenue 304 17

Doodlebug crash, Abbeyhills, Oldham 341 20

Doodson, Ewart 314 17

Doomsday Book 331 28

Doorheads: John Radcliffe 23 43

Dorchester 252 7, 303 18

Dorey 242 17

Dorey Castle, road repairs 74 69

Dornbell, George, land transfer 103 51

Dorothy Kidd: obituary 353 33

Dorrell, S.M., at Nery, awarded the Victoria cross 401 4

Dorset 354 13

Dorset County Record Office 154 70

Dossenus: coin 114 72

L. Rvbrivs roman coin 131 1

Doubleday, Mr. 341 15

Doubling: Calder Valley 343 5

Mill 342 11, 3 5; spindles 343 5

Doughill, Miss 352 25

Douglas, aqueduct plans of 161 8

Douglas, Arch, Captain, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Douglas Dakota, aircraft crash Indian’s Head 203 24

Douglas machine (motor cycle) 364 10

Douglas, wakes destination 191 12

Douglas-Home, Sir Alec 311 12

Douthwaite Ian: A War in Two Acts: The Story of James Buckley Kenworthy 402 34-49

Dove, James, Fulton County 281 2

Dove Mill, Bolton 342 7

Dove, Sarah Ann 281 3

Dovestone Cottages 203 23

Dovestone Farm 12 16

Dovestone Reservoir 1966 12 16, 73 58, 194 2, 4, 202 11, 3 20, 211 15, 222 6

construction details 203 20, 21i

Dovestone Rocks 134 82i, 312 10

Dovestone Wood: 71 7, 3 58, 134 82i, 302 15

Cottages 203 13; puddling clay 131 4, 194 4

Dovestone Sailing Club House 222 6

Dovecote, Slackfield 102 38

datestone 1721 202 23

Doveholes, Roman road 24 66

Dow, Miss, Manchester Cathedral vocalist 344 23

Dowbiggen, Lt. W., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

dower rights 392 38

Dowgill, J., tollkeeper 362 16

Downey, George Arthur 284 17

Downey, Georgina 284 17

Downey, James 323 11, 12

Downey, Thomas Anderson 284 17

Dowry, Dowery 243 4, 253 24, 363 15

Dowry Farm 74 62

Dowry Green 122 38

Dowry Reservoir: 211 13, 15, 17, 143 37, 354 9

proposal Parliamentary Bill 63 42, 43

Dowry Castle: 12116, 141 2, 211 17, 222 7, 341 20

stone from 401 9; tossing school 341 20

Dowston Castle 71 16

Dowston Castle: Letter: Elsie Griffiths 71 16

Doyle, Arthur Conan, article on Victoria Cross 401 4

Dozinghem Military Cemetery 373 21

Dr. Kershaw’s Hospital 324 18

Dr. Walter Patrick Bowman Stonehouse: obituary, David Chadderton 283 i-ii

Dragoon Guards 401 1

drains cleaner 313 9

Drake, Sir T. T.E.F., Bart., Col., plaque, St. Chads 381 12

Drake, Rev. Thomas, Vicar of Rochdale 223 6

Drake Street, Rochdale 134 83

Dramatic Art Class, Delph M&LI 22 26

Drancefeild,(D’sfeild) Richard, Hearth Tax 321 21,332 9, 11

Dransfield, Alice, Hollinbank 81 12, 16

Dransfield, Ben : 352 4

Councillor 301 9, 314 20, 344 26

Dransfield, Edward, Platt Lane 254 18

Dransfield family, under research 312 33

Dransfield, George 363 2

Dransfield, Hannah, innkeeper, Cross Keys 252 5, 16

Dransfield, James: handloom weaver, farmer 124 67

Hollinbank farmer 81 16

Dransfield, John, Wood 43 46

Dransfield, John Edward, Halls 82 34

Dransfield, Mary, innkeeper, Gravemakers 252 5

Dransfield, Nancy, Hollinbank 124 67

Dransfield, Nelson, Hollinbank 124 67

Dransfield, Robert: Grains Bar, cattle dealer 81 16

Hollinbank 124 67

Dransfield, William, Hollinbank 124 67

publican 81 12, 16

draper 93 57, 301 , 2 10

draughtsman 292 21

Drawings of Canal Works: J. M. Hunt 161 8, 9

dressing cloth 132 43, 50

dressmaker 31 16, 2 37, 154 67, 263 12, 16, 19, 294 22

Drill Hall: 242 13, 352 2, 401 1

Fund 21 6

Springhead, Casualty Collecting Point 304 25

Uppermill, proposed, opened 14 11, 31 5

Driver, LMSR wagon 354 24

Driver, Matthew, Knowsley, voters list 363 14

Driver, Samuel, Lees, Auctioneer, Waterhead Mill 114 81

Dronsfield, Anne, Poundstone 372 12

Dronsfield, James, Old Hey 11 11

Dronsfield, Martha, Old Hey 11 11

Dronsfield, Mrs., Castleshaw Open Air School 181 1

Dronsfield, Richard: Ashes, carpenter 13 15

Grottonhead 151 13; Grottenhead Farm 22 23

Dronsfield, Samuel, Beswicks 34 72

Dronsfields, Grottonhead 151 11

droughts 1828, 1862 211 15

drove roads 314 23

drowning : 391 17, 3 79, 403 83

Rasping Mill Dam 22 21; Wade Lock 323 8

Droylsden: 312 13

people & places 312 12, 13

Sewing Class register 312 12

druggist 124 80, 384 6

Druidical remains, Alderman 381 16

Druids 291 6

Drummond, Dr. 391 2, 11

Drummond, radical agitator 104 78

Drury, Rev., Canon, St. Chad’s 353 12

Drybridge 53 41, 42, 263 13

dry salter 71 11, 94 77, 104 81, 82

Drycroft Field: archaeological background 261 4

evaluation methodology 261 4, 5

pottery, glass, metalwork finds 261 13-16

Roman activity results 261 7-12

Drycroft Field Castleshaw Excavation Report

1995: Norman Redhead, intro J. C. Carr 261 1-18

drying vessels 132 49

drysalter 132 29, 32, 44, 47, 51, 53, 54, 153 54

213 4, 294 22

dual challenge 283 19

Dublin: 273 6

cotton manufacturer 161 17; wakes destination 191 12

Duchess of York, Ann Hyde 64 61

Duchy of Lancaster 392 50

Ducie Street, Manchester 111 5

Duckenfeild see also Dukinfield 101 6

Duckenfeild, Ashton Church Registers 101 7

Duckenfeild, William Hudson, husbanmn Ashton Church Reg 101 6

Duckenfield Estate, map 17C 202 19

Duckinfield, Boy’s Brigade 331 13

Duckstone, Chew Valley 312 10

Duckworth, Amelia Sophia 281 16

Duckworth, George, tollkeeper 362 17

Duckworth, John William 284 18

Duckworth, Mr.: 372 2

Headmaster, Denshaw School 64 59

Duckworth, Samuel 281 16

Duckworth’s Corner: 291 20, 3 13

grocers 293 13, 4 20, 301 2

Duddell, Medal of the Physical society, award of 311 17

Dudley, Staffordshire 273 15, 304 19

Duffy, Albert Edward Patrick 304 5

Duffy, James, coal miner, Wigan 304 5

Duffy Pat: Colne Valley M.P. 304 5-10, 311 11-15

Sir Patrick 304 5, 311 15

Dugdale, Sir William, writings of 43 36

Dugdale, William, Norroy King of Arms 63 32

Duke of Albany’s Regiment 302 2

Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth est. 51 10, 314 19, 353 15

Duke of Gloucest: Saddleworth shoot 341 21

wedding, school closed 202 3

Duke of Kent, wedding, school closed 202 3

Duke of Leeds: Manor of 151 6

Manor boundary 194 12

Duke of Marlborough, speaker U’mill Mechanics Inst. 11 8

Duke of Newcastle, Secretary of State for War 382 4

Duke of Wellington, Select committee 194 8

Duke of Wellington’s (W. R. Regt.) The Dukes 43 39 242 13, 284 16, 302 25, 344 19, 353 21, 374 5, 10, 401 11, 21, 236, 38-46, 48-51, 54, 55, 57, 58, 60

1st/5th , 7th, 8th , 10th , 19th Bn. 373 18-22

Territorials parade 42 23

Duke of York Inn, inquest 321 6

Duke of York, later James II 64 61

Duke of York, wedding, school closed 202 2

Duke, Timothy: Letter: Rouge Dragon Pursuivant 254 25, 26

Dukes of Lancaster 392 30

Dukinfield: 63 42, 43, 384 6, 392 39

cotton spinning specialization 123 45

Duller, George 311 23

Duller, Mary 311 23

Duller, Nora 311 23

Duller, Robert Henry 311 23

Dumbarton Shipyard 241 21

Dumean, James 193 13

Dumfries: 54 73, 74 70, 94 88, 241 7

Mill, woollen 12 3; pit 74 70

Quarry, road repair stone 74 69

Dumouries, General 153 50

Dunans, Betty 384 16

Dunans John, carter 384 16

Duncan, Celia D: Buckley Family in Heraldry 6331-34

In Search of Geoffrey de Buckley 43 36-38

Letter: Shaw Clarendon Connection 71 13, 14

Letter: Deans of Whalley 51 6, 7

Duncan, Dorothy 292 23

Duncombe 384 24

Dundas, T., Lt-Colonel plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Dunford Bridge: flint finds 152 23, 24

Mesolithic rod site 122 34

radiocarbon dated flint site 62 21, 102 21

Dungebooth: 51 15

Inclosure claim 83 48; Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Dungebooth Lock, land, Hirst estate for sale 31 10

Dunham Massey, Bowden 103 50, 55i, 384 10, 392 44i, 49

Dunkerley John, Strynes 93 54

Dunkerley John Mayall, Blackpool 294 21

Dunkerley, Luke 232 1

Dunkerley, Mary Hannah 294 21

Dunkerley Street, Oldham 274 20, 21

Dunkerley, William, Cabin 52 35

Dunkirk, prison hulk at Plymouth 274 14

Dunlop, Mrs. 292 23

Dunlop, William, road carrier 182 8

Dunn & Wilson land agents & surveyors 91 7

Dunn, Ann 373 12

Dunn, Jeanne A.: The Wrigleys of Ould Tame, Broadhead & Knowl 323 20-23

James Wrigley 1730-1818 and his Apprentice, John Thornton 381 1-4

Dunn, Supt. 393 77

Dunn, William, survey plans of Oldham 91 6, 91 7

Dunne, Robert, St Matthew’s Chadderton 181 14

Dunning, Mr., sheep farmer, Runninghill 284 11

Durfree Mills, Falls River 343 7

Durham, John 114 80

Durham Light Infantry, 13th Bn 373 20

Durkee, Lilyan Gartside: Letter: S. Watson, Beaumont; Gartside; Oxley ancestry, Mellor 184 18

Durran, John, collier 113 49

Durry Castle 93 67

Dust, Leonard, Cockleshell House, fire beater 292 21, 312 2

dust suction apparatus 231 10

Dust, Robert, Platt Lane 293 18, 20

Dusty Springfield 311 11

duties on foreign wools 12 12

Dutton, Alice: 323 6

dispenser 293 18

Dutton, George, postman 292 22

Dutton, John 383 3

Dutton, Joseph, School Attendance Officer 383 3

Dutton, Lizzie 292 22

Dutton, Mary 383 3

Dutton, Mr & Mrs. 292 22

Dutton, Mr. doctors collector 313 5

dwellings, stables, occup. Charles Peaker, for sale 251 9

dye from wood 132 54

dyehouse: 132 47

Abels 62 29, 83 52: contents 24 71

Dale 113 64, 65; Dobcross lease 102 33

Greenfield Mill 132 51; High Grove Mill 94 83, 132 53

Stones 112 43; Wood, contents 43 47

dyeing & bleaching, finishing 232 1, 283 2, 4, 11, 13-15, 322 17

dyeing lead 93 46

dyer 24 71, 34 73, 43 51, 63 42,4 59, 93 68, 4 78 263 14, 16, 19, 21, 341 22, 374 11, 384 6

dyeworks 211 5, 2 21, 232 22, 343 14, 383 8

Dygel see Diggle

Dysart’s Arms: 14 14, 15

Chew Valley Tram-road 201 10

Dyson, Alice 314 15

Dyson, Ann 272 3

Dyson, Anne, Wade Hill 293 18, 20

Dyson, Betty, Oldham Chapelry 243 3

Dyson, Binns, Wood 92 33

Dyson, Edith, Wham Farm 364 16

Dyson, Elizabeth 281 1

Dyson, Elizabeth Sarah 401 11, 12i, 33i

Dyson, Elsie 401 11, 20i

Dyson, Ethel 401 11, 14i

Dyson, Fred: 401 11-33, 13i, 19i, 24i, 30i, 33i

medals, 1914-15 Star, Victory Medal 401 25

St. Dunstan’s record 401 26

Dyson, Gladys 401 11, 20i, 23

Dyson, Hope (Nancy) 401 20i, 32, 33i

Dyson, Jack 401 20i, 32, 33i

Dyson, James : 234 23, 281 14

Abbotroyde, Barkisland 12116

soldiers’ discharge 321 24

tea merchant, Tower Rochdale 12116

Dyson, Joe: 324 20; foremen H&H 292 21, 3 21

Dyson, John William 401 11, 12i

Dyson, Julius 401 11, 21, 22i, 27

Dyson, Louie 401 14

Dyson, Mary 401 20, 32, 33i

Dyson, Norris, Wade Hill 293 18, 20

Dyson, Olive, singer 401 22

Dyson, P., bass singer 344 26

Dyson, Rev. Simeon, improved power loom exhibit 93 60

Minister, Uppermill, Independent Chapel 92 21

Dyson, Robert 401 14

Dyson, Ruth 292 23

Dyson, Thomas, Streethouse, voters list 363 14

Dysons 352 2


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