SHSB INDEX C

C

Bulletins Numbers refer to volume bold,  issue last digit 1-4 bold,  page

i  =  illustration

 

C & As, Manchester 331 11

C.B.E., award 353 25

C. Henry’s Dance Band 344 25

C.W.S.: 64 49

Balloon Street, Manchester 284 17, 302 8; band 164 61

Biscuit & Sweets Manufactory, Crumpsall 361 4-7

Bottom Co-op, Dobcross: 292 20

Chancery Lane Backside, Church Fields houses

fish & fruit , stables, 292 21

jam factory visit 64 51; Mill, Tamewater 24 56

soap factory visit 64 51; textile shirtings 301 2

Top Store, the Square 292 18

Warth Mill Diggle, textiles 301 2

C. E. Smith, bookseller, Cannon Street, Manchester 31 7

Cabin: 363 14, 16

Estate, coal 232 12

farmhouse & dwellings for sale 264 13

Strinesdale 52 34

Cabinet Minister 372 3, 4, 3 5

Caddick, Betty 284 19

Caddick, Norman 284 19

Cadiz, Spain 241 9; taking of 392 40

Caerleon fortess 184 7

Caesar 181 3

Café Monica, caterer, Oldham 344 12

Cairo Mill 312 29

Cake Shop 273 21

Calder 173 29, 182 12; Valley 333 4, 343 1, 5

Calf 131 8

Calf Hey 52 21, 163 43, 281 6, 7, 301 13, 14

Barn: 94 80, 132 44 estate 282 7

Clearance area 273 13

Mill (Denshaw Vale Works) cotton, scribling 132 44

spinning 94 80; woollen 192 16

machinery details 282 7

Calf Heys 363 15, 16

Calf Lane, A635, boundary stone 291 9

Calico: printing, bleaching 94 80, 211 4, 282 7, 14, 293 14

weaving 93 47

calicoes, coarse 221 2

California 354 29

Call, A V., State of Zion President 194 18

Callaghan, Chancellor 311 11

Calligan, Mr., Whitehead Spring Farm 83 56

calories 362 9

Calton, Sarah 354 15

Calvert, F., Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Calvinist: 381 1

Chapel, Delph 382 9, 4 21, doctrine 181 8

Cambell, R. L. 193 13

Cambourne 351 4

Cambrian: Line Wales, wakes destination 191 12

Railways, Director 351 2; style of architecture 154 62

Cambridge: 361 12; University 181 7, 401 2

wakes destination 191 12

Cameron, Dr., Mossley 232 3, 331 19, 20

Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 402 53

Campbell, Annie Ethel, Southport 104 83

Campbell, Captain, 7th Hussars, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Campbell, Dr., Colin George 323 11

Campbell, G., Lt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Campbell, John, Nery 401 2

Campbell, P., Lt. Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Campbell, Rev. James, Independent Minister 183 3, 4

Campinot, A. 192 7

Campinot, Arthur, J.P., C.C. 314 16

Campinot, Eliza Jane 314 16

Campinot, Jane Agnes 314 16

Campinot, William, J.P. 314 16

Campinot, Wm., Woodlands, Delph, mill occupier 211 7

Camulodunun (Slack) 134 85

Camulos 134 88

Canada 273 6

Canadian: Expeditionary Force 402 53

Infantry 2nd bn. 373 22; Mounted Rifles 402 56

Canal, Canal Co. see Huddersfield Canal Co.

Candelabra, St. Chad’s Church 191 19

Candour Lodge 337, Freemasons, Brownhill Vale 74 80,

204 22, 344 12

Cank (Ables) 212 21

cannon discharge,(firework) Wade Row 363 5

Cannon, George Q. 193 12

Cannon Street, Manchester, bookshop 31 7, 2 34

Canon Airne: obituary: Canon John Sykes 2531-3

Canon John Sykes: Canon Airne: obituary 2531-3

Canon, Manchester Cathedral, C.C.W.Airne 292 28

Canon, the Lateran Council 1139 51 7

Canute 53 44

canvas products, Warth Mill 283 6, 13

Cape Trafalgar 344 28

Capes & Smith, Manchester 71 11

Capital Punishment bill 311 11

capitalism: 363 2; & the factory system 102 25

Capper, Mr. & Mrs., Beech Avenue 304 17, 18i

Capt. Astley’s Regt., Local Militia, Duckinfield 341 3

Captain Cook 152 17

Captain Joel Buckley M.C.: Mike Buckley 353 21-23

Captain Radclffe & the Spanish Lady, ballard 193 16

Caraclla Denarius, roman coin 131 3

Carbaru 363 18

Carboniferous period 152 17

Car see also Carr

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

Cardiff, wakes destination 191 12

Cardigan Bay, shipwreck 152 29

card grinder 312 23

carding see cotton woollen

Cardwell, Fred, the Square, butcher 292 17, 24, 301 1

Cardwell, George 292 17

Cardwell, Polly 292 17

Cardwell, Sam 292 17

Cardwell, Violet 292 17

Carey, Major General, Sir O., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Carlile, Alice Mary 301 16

Carlile, Richard, radical reformer 321 5

Cameron – Carr

Carlingshaw, Batley 92 43

Carlisle, political seat 301 7

Carlisle, wakes destination 191 12

Carlton, Blackpool, excavation 14 1

Carlton Place, Greenfield 262 8, 273 21

Carlyle 31 6

Carlyle, Jane 93 62

Carlyle, Thomas 74 79

Carnboniferous period 383 6

carnivorous fish exhibition 51 10

carpenter 13 15, 23 50, 31 8, 4 74, 44 65, 82 21, 101 6,

213 12, 222 3, 274 19, 302 10

Carpenter, Frank: Some Roman Coins from the Oldham & Saddleworth Area 114 71-73

Carpet, field name meaning 131 9

Carpet: industry, Yorkshire 343 5

weaving, manufacturer 221 4, 391 1, 2, 8, 11

Carr & Briggs: cotton spinners, Martin Mill 251 12

Steelhouse Mill 94 78

Carr, Audrey: Christ Church, Friezland 302 19-20

It’s a Long way from Royal George Greenfield to Australia 291 12-13

The Valletta Convention 313 10

Carr: see also Car 92 35, 131 9, 141 10, 4 67, 363 13

Diggle 33 56, 64 62, 213 2, 3, 234 16, 19

dyehouse 132 41; Farm 213 6

Inclosure claim 104 72; Inclosure rights ceased 92 35

Manor share claim 91 12

Carr House: (Kar) 161 16, 3 40, 41, 213 7, 352 14

deeds 124 80; 1,000 year lease 13 6

Springhead ds 1673 64 53

Carr, J. C.: Archaeology North West 1988 184 16

book review: Saddleworth Images  of England: Michael & Peter Fox 314 30

book review: Signpost to the Past… M. Gelling 184 17

Bryan Edwin Jackson, obituary 321 1

Castleshaw Gaming Pieces 164 62, 63

Castleshaw Intaglio 163 37

Cooking & Eating with the Romans..Castleshaw 1835-9

Chairman’s report: AGM 1990 204 2-4

AGM 1991 214 1-4; AGM 1992 224 1-5

AGM 1993 234 1-6; AGM 1994 244 1-5

AGM 1995 254 3-7; AGM 1996 264 8-12

AGM 1997 274 1-4; AGM 1998 284 1-6

AGM 1999 294 1-6; AGM 2000 304 1-4

AGM.2001 314 1-6; AGM 2002 324 4-8

AGM 2003 334 1-7; AGM 2004 344 1-5

Chairman, Saddleworth Historical Society 3231, 2i

Christ Church, Friezland 291 6, 7

Eli Smith, and Basil Windsor 341 23-27

Eli Smith was Basil Windsor 334 13, 14

Farewell to the Florin, hello to the new Crown 231 18-19

Gnaeus Julius Agricola 293 27

John Buckley, obituary 324 1

John Farrow, obituary 321 1

John Gordan Parry, obituary 341 1

John Lindley Hindle, D.F.C., obituary 403 91i-92

Millennium – or is it? 291 14

New Coins for 2005 344 28, 29

Carr. J. C.: New Finds at Castleshaw Roman Forts 181 3-5

Olympic Games 262 9, 10

Professor Barri Jones, obituary 292 1

Royal George, The Whiteheads & 291 6, 7

Saddleworth Advertisements 262 6-8

Visit to Saddleworth wakes 1862 202 6, 7

Carr, Joe, Saddleworth Art Group 343 26

Carr, John & Co., Brewery Mill 94 78

Carr Lane: 304 11

Diggle 64 62, 92 39

Uppermill/Greenfield 44 67, 72 35; manse 181 12

Carr, Harold, Tamewater House, motor vehicle 193 25

Carr, Harold Robert, Huddersfield, manufacturer 104 83

Carr, Mr. & Mrs., Eastwood & Carr,Wallhill Bottom 293 15

Carr, Norman 293 15

Carrack, Aaron Thomas, Whitwell 154 68

Carrack, Charles Appleton, Roebuck 154 68

Carrack, Mary Appleton, Roebuck 154 68

Carrbarn 232 2, 234 13

Carr Lane ds 1726 44 67, 64 54, 82 32

farm 313 6, 352 4

Inclosure claim 83 48, 104 72, 74

Inclosure rights ceased 92 34, 35;rights to common 63 39

Carrbrook Printworks 331 18

Carrcote 82 30, 124 79-81, 161 16, 242 17,

311 23, 4 7, 15, 363 14

auction 43 45, 124 80

Carrcote Mill, Delph, 124 79; & steam engine deed 124 80

burnt down 124 81; dam 124 80

rent & rateable value 13 13; willow mill 161 17

woollen & felt hatting 12 3,192 16

Carrhead Carr & Lee Farms in Pre-Victorian

Times: Professor L. Broadbent 213 1-7

Carrhead: 132 41, 141 11, 363 13

& Carr Inclosure claim 83 45

Diggle ds 1784 64 55, 62, 213 2, 3, 6, 7, 234 12

lease 154 72; Inclosure rights ceased 92 37

tubury, stone, pasture 91 15

Carrhead Barn 213 3, 4, 6, 7

Carrhill: 63 42, 43, 92 33, 124 71, 213 13, 363 14

Inclosure claim 92 33

Carrhill Mill, Mossley, woollen, cotton 14 8, 93 49, 101 8

Carrhill Road 344 31

carrier see also carter 122 29, 263 19, 292 18, 22,  302 1, 314 7, 354 24, 384 12-14

Carrier, James, Lees, Hearthe Tax 313 14

Carrier Lowe: field name meaning 131 9

land & dwellings for auction 114 80

Carrington 324 23

Carron Iron works 294 16

Carrs, Inclosure rights ceased 92 37

Carruthers, Rev. J., St.John’s 331 23

carse yarn 123 43

Carsington, Derbyshre, dam collapse 194 4

Carson City, Nevada 281 2

Carte de visite (visitor card) 192 cover i, 2 5

carter see also carrier 51 14, 71 3,113 65, 263 16, 302 10,

313 8, 4 10, 12, 26, 332 3, 373 20, 391 4, 13

Carter, Andrew, water rights, land, Mytholme Mill 31 9

Carter, Betty 262 17

Carr – Castle

Carter, Elizabeth 284 17

Carter, family under research 312 33

Carter, George, New Delph 272 11

Carter, George Thomas 272 11

Carter, H., Fairy Holes, visit 244 10

Carter, Hannah, Slackwood, Huddersfield 144 73

Carter, Hannah Elizabeth 272 11

Carter, Harvey, Uppermill UD Councillor 24 69

Carter, Henry 353 11

Carter, Hervey, Saddleworth Baths trustee 52 23

Carter, Howard, minder 391 17

Carter, Ida Rosina 311 24

Carter, James: Carr House 284 17

dog fighting 233 13

Old Hey, farmer, woollen manufacturer 61 14

Carter, John: 284 17

Standedge ds 1816 203 10, 294 14

Standedge land encroachment 84 67

Carter, John William: killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Carter, Jonathon: 262 17

Causeway Set 31 18, 83 44, 92 36

Delph Slack, mason 101 17; Wood 43 46

Carter, Joseph, Delph Slack 101 17

Carter, Lionel, 7th Dukes 402 39

Carter, Lucy 262 17

Carter, Mary: Delph Slack 101 17

Peters, woollen spinner 24 73

Carter, Mary Ann 284 17

Carter, Mr., Old Hey Farm 274 10

Carter, Sam Schofield 262 17

Carter, Sarah Hannah 272 11

Carter, W.: Causeway Set 21 15

Old Hey 61 14

Carter, Walter: 311 24

Causeway Set 262 17

Carter, Walter Ewart 284 17

Carter’s Little Liver Pills 304 17

Carters, Nicker Brow, carder 292 24

Cartwright, Bob 294 23

Cartwright, Major 104 77

Cartwright, Mrs., baker 43 40

Cartwright, Rev J. H.: Navvy Mission 183 4

Wesleyan Chapel, Delph 391 15

Cartwright, Tom, 7th Dukes 402 39

Cartwright, William, Cleckheaton 52 27

Cartwright’s power loom 294 17

Carus coin, 114 72; Carus billion tetradachm coin 114 71

Carver, Driver & Co., canal carrier 182 8

Cary family, UpCerne Dorset 154 68

Cary, Nicholas, Hackney, Middlesex 154 68

Casa Di Forado 374 6

Cassells, Ireland 63 32

cast iron: canal aqueduct, Stalybridge 73 43

mileposts 281 9, 351 15

Castel, B., decontamination Commandant 304 25

Castle, Ambrose: Dobcross Loom Works 43 40, 42

Marslands 32 37

Castle Arthur 292 22, 324 9

Castle Clough, Derbyshire 391 22

Castle Cote, ds 1744 64 54

Castle, Frank 293 21

Castle, Gladys 344 25

Castle Hill, ds 1740 63 42, 4 54, 92 34, 132 40,

164 67, 71, 222 20, 261 2, 271 2, 363 17

Castle Hill, Almondbury: 134 88, 401 8

Huddersfield field visit 11 4

Iron Age Hill fort 153 41

New Stone Age settlement 153 35

Castle Hill, Denby, New Stone Age settlement 153 35

Castle Hill Cote: 94 87, 114 83, 132 49, 141 11, 181 1

farm auction 253 26, 27i; cruck barn 11 4

Castle, Joe, outfitter 293 21

Castlebar, Count Mayo 12112

Castleshaw: 23 54, 42 31, 3 51, 52, 52 32, 92 36, 42, 4 87,  101 17, 4 66, 114 83, 84i, 121 4, 2 29,

141 11, 2 22, 3 37, 4 72, 151 11, 163 49, 4 66, 212 20,  222 4, 17, 231 1, 241 4, 9, 2 18, 261 1, 4 2, 294 13,

35 2 cover I, 363 14, 15, 17-19, 381 1, 2i, 392 34

bakestones 114 71; coin find 114 72, 131 1

clearance area 273 13; estate 292 16

cotton/wool employee numbers 93 51

deeds of sale to Arthur Assheton 162 19

ds 1713, 1715, 1729, 1737 64 53, 54

disused mills 211 2; elephants 224 21

flint finds 113 58- 60; road repairs 74 69

sheepwalks claim 91 15; smoke pollution 231 16

socketed axe 153 39

Castleshaw Echo: Ann Parry 102 40

Echo 301 22

Castleshaw Fold: 114 83, 164 67

Crowshaw’s, farm field names 162 19

Grant of Friarmere 162 22, 23

hamlet 164 cover i

Castleshaw Local Interest trail no.11: N. Redhead 313 18

Castleshaw Mill: Broadhead, Higher/Upper 42 31, 2115

scribbling, woollen 12 3, 3 13, 132 37, 45; to let 232 11

Castleshaw Moor- an Early Attempt at  Enclosure in Friarmere: J. M. Hunt 164 66-73

Castleshaw Moor: common rights 43 48

enclosure 164 68, 69i, 70; inclined plane 211 18

Castleshaw Open Air School educ. activities 181 cover i, 1

Castleshaw Poem: Ammon Wrigley 122 26

Castleshaw Reed Band: Jubilee 12 10

Queen Victoria memorial service 12 9

Castleshaw Roman Fort(s): 42 27, 54 58, 59,

261 2, 271 3i, 293 27

Archaeological Society 23 47

Beaker/Bronze Age pottery 24 64, 153 37, 173 27, 211 1

bee hive oven 23 48; coins 114 72

Castleshaw Evaluation Stage Two: N. Redhead 271 1-31

Castleshaw Gaming Pieces: J. C. Carr 164 62, 63

Castleshaw Intaglio: J. C. Carr 163 cover i, 37i

evaluation methodology 271 5-7

excavation 14 3, 34 64, 163 53, 184 5, 271 5-7, 312 14

report, finds 23 48; flint finds 113 58- 60

hypocaust 23 48

kiln 62 28; plants specified, analysis 271 21- 23

post card 192 12; pottery sherds 271 20

tile 23 48, 51 8, 101 1; timber post holes 23 48

Castle – Cavalier

Castleshaw Roman Fort(s):

trench & testpit location 271 6i, 7

vicus 24 66, 271 28- 30; visit 14 1

sequence of construction: Letters: K Booth 54 58, 59

Castleshaw School: 163 49, 214 5, 222 16, 17

Ball 13 8; kept open 43 39

Pupil payments 41 4; public subscription 11 11, 231 1

test examination 24 61; water supply 211 17

West Riding Education 44 58

Castleshaw Sunday school 12 13

Castleshaw Waterworks: 112 24

Cutting First Sod 102 37

farms bought by Oldham Corporation 222 17

Filter House 211 15, 16; Home Guard 324 18

opening ceremony, menu 341 16

scheme 222 20, 274 5

Castleshaw Waterworks Tramway 61 11, 3 37

Tramway 71 15, 16, 2 39, 102 36, 211 18, 19i, 274 5, 8

Letter: M. E. Smith 71 15, 16

narrow gauge 102 36, 274 8; rolling stock 274 10, 11

Castleshaw Waterworks Locomotives: 102 36, 37, 274 6

Castleshaw, conventional gauge 72 39, 102 36, 274 6

Denshaw, Piethorn, narrow gauge 102 36

Castleshaw reservoirs: 183 1

details of workers 183 3; reservoirs pipeline 141 16

Lower Reservoir 43 51; Upper Reservoir 42 31, 201 16

Upper & Lower Reservoir 211 2, 13, 15, 16

Castleton 342 11

Castleton Hall, Rochdale 403 80

casual ward, Workhouse 394 89

casualty: clearing stations 374 6

Collecting Points 304 24; Casualty Services 304 24

Catalonia 364 9

Catechism 294 7

Catesby, Robert 344 28

cathode ray oscillograph 311 17

Catholic Church, Uppermill 181 12

Catholic election candidate, Colne Valley 304 8

Catholic emancipation 391 20, 21; petition 384 24

Catholic Relief Act 52 26

Catholics 392 33

Cato Street Conspiracy, London 104 79

Catskill Mountains 71 9

Catteral, Constable 331 18, 20

cattle: dealer 23 51

grading market, Uppermill 54 56; in S’worth 404 108

plagues, Fairbanks 62 30

Cattle Yard 403 85

Cattrell, Earnest, lantern talk 364 16

Cauley?, Rebecca Maria, Ashton, Saddleworth Bank 384 6

Caulwell, killed in action 364 7

causes of death 1879 list of 204 19

causes of death, S’worth Friendly Family Burial So 213 13

Causeway Set: 222 16, 234 14, 262 17,  352 11, 12, 363 17, 391 6

Inclosure claim 83 44; Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Navvy Mission 183 2; will 42 32, 3 52

Causeyset: Chief Rental 102 34; Inclosure claim 83 44

Cavalier, Dorothy, Pennsylvania 152 29

Cavalry troops 321 23i, 333 5

Cave, C. W., organist, Holy Trinity 364 15

Cave, Edward, Hon. Sec., Delph M&L I 12 7, 211 5, 7

Cave, John, Hawthorne Place, Delph, mill occupier 211 7

Cave, Jonathan, Beswicks, woollen spinner 34 72

Caven, Miss, For Service badge 1914-19 353 12

Cavendish, W. H. F., Lt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Cawley, Sir Frederick, M.P. 314 22, 372 2

Caxton Hall, London 373 7

Cecilia Wheywall, Staley Rental 163 41

Cefn Mawr 361 8i, 9, 13

celebrate Holy Office 392 52

Celebrating Christmas 1918 France: Jean Hay 402 57

Celer, Robert 394 98

cellulose nitrate film 204 7

Celt, meaning of 113 62

Celtic world 173 26

Celts: 113 56; Neolithic polished stone axes 112 28

Cenotaph 204 9: Lethbridge Alberta 402 56

Census: 1841 263 9-22; 1841 surname index 272 22

1861, population figures, G.B. & I 302 14; 1901 12 10

Enumeration Books 42 20

records 34 59; returns 42 21

Central ambulance dressing Station, Uppermill 242 15

Central Avenue, Greenfield 241 3

Central Electricity Generating Board 304 8

Central Fire Station, Nelson St .Bradford 273 15, 304 19

Central Garage 213 21

Central Hotel 154 63

Central Liberal Club, Mossley 314 22

Central Library, newspaper microfilm 42 21

Central Motor Co., Leicester 303 9

Central Pennines: 152 17

Central Pennines in Prehistoric Times: B. Barnes 24 63-66

New Stone Age finds 153 35

Central School, Uppermill, cookery lessons 272 2

Ceramyl Works 283 9, 13, 344 31

cereals 173 25: grown in Saddleworth 62 26

Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) 264 2

certificated assistant teachers, (C.A.) 312 29

Chadderton 54 73, 91 16, 113 51, 132 40, 222 4,

333 17, 342 5, 353 22, 371 16, 4 10

Chadderton A.: Bird Names in Local Dialect 11 7

Chadderton A. C.: Illicit Beer Selling in Oldham 1851 13 4

Chadderton A. C.: The Attempts to Form a  Woollen Weavers’ Union 1827-1894, pt 1 22 19, 20

pt 2 23 44-46 pt 3 24 59, 60

pt 4 31 11, 12 pt 5 32 22-24

pt 6 33 47, 48

Chadderton, Anne: Joshua Hobson, a  Huddersfield Radical, pt 1 52 25-29

pt 2 53 49-52 pt 3 54 60-64

Shaw Hall: As It Was 63 34, 35

Chadderton Band 374 5

Chadderton branch, I..L.P. 363 1

Chadderton Cemetery 214 18

Chadderton, Chadwick & Jones sewing machines 114 75

Chadderton, cock fight 241 18

Chadderton, David: 323 1

beating the bounds 13 10

Cavalry – Chairman’s

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

Medlock & Tame Valley Conservation Committee 14 17

Outram’s Iron Aquaduct 73 43-46

Well at New Inn Farm 34 67

Wool Wall Holly Grove, Dobcross 264 6, 7

Society Scrapbook: Brickworks 12 2

inscribed stones; pottery;Roman Road section 11 4-6

Stone Post 53 48; Uppermill 12 2

The Diversion of the Huddersfield Narrow

Canal at Diggle 44 60-62

Chadderton David & Murray, John: Wool Road

Transhipment Warehouse 92 29-32

Chadderton, F. W., roman coin 131 1

Chadderton, Frank Waugh, caving 251 13

Chadderton, Frederick Henry, Oldham, diary 13 4

Chadderton Hall Farm Barracks 374 5, 14

Chadderton Heights, John Wesley 181 14

Chadderton, mill buildings 123 47

Chadderton, ranters 181 14

Chadderton, roman lamp 114 72

Chadderton, Swimming Baths: 393 58, 61; Club 393 59

Chadderton, workhouse 144 61

Chadick family 213 3

Chadwick, Charles, Cllr., Alderman Oldham 114 75

Chadwick, Dr., Royton 252 19

Chadwick, Edwin, report health of working classes 252 20

Chadwick, Jane 372 13

Chadwick, John, Padfield, Brimmy Croft 94 87

Chadwick, Jonathan, Windhills, Rochdale 161 16

Chadwick, Richard: Lidyate 81 11, 293 2

Lydgate Farm 71 2

Chadwick, Robert, Roughbank, voters list 363 14

Chadwick, Sarah, Slackhead 82 33

Chadwick, Thomas, sewing machine manufacturer 114 75

Chaffinch, spink, local dialect 11 7

chain horse: 302 8, 332 5

Denshaw Printworks 204 23

Chairman’s Ball for war charities 364 17

Chairman’s Report AGM 1970: John Murray 11 2-3

AGM 1971 21 1-3 AGM 1972 31 1-3

AGM 1973 41 1-4 AGM 1974 51 1-4

AGM 1975 61 1-4 AGM 1979 94 70-74

AGM 1980 104 61-64 AGM 1981 114 67-70

AGM 1982 124 61-65 AGM 1983 134 77, 81

AGM 1984 144 55-59 AGM 1985 154 57-61

AGM 1986 164 57-61 AGM 1987 174 46-50

AGM 1988 184 1-4 AGM 1989 201 1, 2

Chairman’s report, AGM 1990: Jim Carr 204 2-4

AGM 1991 214 1-4 AGM 1992 224 1-5

AGM 1993 234 1-6 AGM 1994 244 1-5

AGM 1995 254 3-7 AGM 1996 264 8-12

AGM 1997 274 1-4 AGM 1998 284 1-6

AGM 1999 294 1-6 AGM 2000 304 1-4

AGM 2001 314 1-6 AGM 2002 324 4-8

AGM 2003 334 1-7 AGM 2004 344 1-5

Chairman’s report, AGM 2005: Mike Buckley 361 1-3

AGM 2007 374 1-3 AGM 2008 384 1-4

AGM 2009: 394 85-88 AGM2010 404 93-95

chalcedony (quartz) 163 37

Chalet School Room, Castleshaw 181 1

Challener, Bob, outfitter 293 21

Challen,William, C., Pte. 374 11

Chalmers, Colonel, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Chalmers, Dr. 53 51

Chalybeate Spa, Lees 312 11

chalybeate waters 113 46

Chamante’s Britannia Directory, S’worth entries 223 13

Chamber Chapel, Uppermill Particular Baptists 133 71, 72

Chamber Colliery, coal yard 333 16

Chamber Mill, coin hoard 114 72

Chamber’s Journal, library periodical 92 24

chambered tombs, Aglezarke Moor, Bridestones 173 27

Chamberlain, Joshua 322 8

Chamberlain, Susan 322 8

Chamberlain’s government 364 9

Chambley family, Stonebottom Mill, Woods House 31 9

Chambley, Jonathan, Sons & Co. 182 inside cover i

Chambley, Lt., Saddleworth Territorial 323 5

Chambley, Reginald: officer 402 38i

Stonebottom Mill 402 36

Chambley’s Mill, Woolroad 272 4

Champion, bounty passenger ship 274 18

champions giving lessons 22323, 24

Championship band 301 19

Chancel, sale of 293 2

Chancellor of the Exchequer 103 56, 272 3, 372 3

Chancery Lane: Backside Dobcross 292 21, 324 14

inhabitants 1924 29218, 21

chandler 54 73, 132 53, 301 14

Chandler, Emily, debt 391 8

channel swim 393 61

Chapel Bottoms, Micklehurst 314 29

Chapel of Saddleworth 112 33

Chapel Road 304 11

Chapel Street 212 20

Chapel Warden, Lydgate 293 5, 4 11

Chapel Well, Uppermill 313 7

Chapel-en-le-Frith: 33 45

wakes destination 191 12

Chapelry & Church of Saddleworth: Howcroft 362 1

Chapelry of Saddleworth, tithes lease 162 19

Chapelry of Saddleworth 294 9

Chaplain: 112 29, 392 54

Air Training Corps, C.C.W.Airne 292 28

Chaplin films 213 17

Chaplin, R.: S’worth Hist. Soc. Bulletin: bk rw 73 53, 54

chapman 33 55, 43 51, 94 80, 113 64, 4 74,

132 41, 161 15, 384 13

Chapman, Hannah 34 9

Chapman, J. E., pianist, Saddleworth Picture Palace 204 9

Chapman, William 262 16

Chappell, Mr., Delph, rail employee 133 61

Chapter from History of S’worth: Morgan Brierley 14 3

charabanc 331 9

charcoal: analysis trees specified, Castleshaw 271 23-24

particles, Mesolithic 152 24

Rocher Moss South 2 102 21

Charitable endowments 273 2

Chalcedony – Cheaper

Charitable Trusts Act 1853 273 2

Charity Commission: 353 10

Reports Wharmton School 273 1-5

visits, Saddleworth 1827, 1896 273 2

Charles Dickens, visit 11 10

Charles E. Higson, Local Historian… Howard Lambert 312 13-16

Charles II half pence & farthing coins 231 19

Charlesworth 132 53

Charlesworth, Albert: 371 13

Spanish Civil War, exit permit 364 6-9, 12i, 13i

Charlesworth, Edith nee Lee 364 12

Charlesworth, Glossop 74 81, 82 24

Charlesworth, Hannah 311 22

Charlesworth, Harry 364 12

Charlesworth, Irvine, Cllr. 364 17

Charlesworth, Joseph, tollkeeper 362 17

Charlesworth, Lewis: 364 12

Pte., 371 13i, 14, L/cpl., died of wounds 373 19i

Charlesworth, roman terraceway 24 66

Charlesworth, Thomas Lister, S’worth Bankg Co. 41 6, 7

Charleworths D.,: Huddersfd Narrow Canal Guide 222 12

Charlotte Mill: (High Grove) Friezeland 94 83

air raid shelter 243 19

scribbling 132 52; cotton, woollen 192 19

Charnel Clough, Chew Valley Tram-road 201 1, 12

Charter (1230) granting land in Shawmere 392 cover i, 36

Charter of Richard Holt of Ashworth, Denshaw 394 93

Charter of Robert de Stapleton: Latin 393 74, 75

translation 393 75

Charter of Robert de Stapleton of the Pasture of

Sadlewrthe: Latin 393 73; translation 393 74

Charter of the Forest, liberties 404 105

Charter of the Lodge of Unaminity, from Penrith 211 9

Charter of William de Stapleton concerning the giving of his Tithes in the Forest of Sadelword:

Latin 392 51, 52; translation 39252

Charter, Rupa, monks land 403 81

Charters, list of early 392 31

Charters of Friarmere: 1312; 1314 392 40

Chartism 53 49, 64 49, 111 16, 181 14

Chartist: meeting, Baguley, Brook Bottom,Mossley 124 70

movement 333 1, 4

riots, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield 333 1, 2

Chartists 111 14, 16, 124 70

Chartists: Dorothy Thompson 181 14

Chartists’ Municipal Election Committee 54 62

chartulary 394 93

charwoman 51 14, 3 54, 273 17

Chat…?, Benjn., Stockport, Saddleworth Bank. Co. 384 6

Chatburn, illegal holly cutting 123 54

Chatsworth 314 19, 353 15

Chatterton, J., Fairy Holes visit 244 10

Chatterton, Thomas, conveying Quick land 103 53

Chatto machine gun 364 7

Chavasse N. G., Capt. V.C. & Bar 382 5

Cheadle 384 6

Cheadle Cemetery 362 13

cheaper mortgages 311 12

Cheddar caves 112 24

Chedworth Roman Villa, gaming board 164 63

cheese factor, Thomas Bradbury 23 51, 62 30

Cheetam, Thomas 181 8

Cheetham, Ann 314 10

Cheetham, David, The Priory, Stalybridge 33 46

Cheetham family, land holdings 403 80

Cheetham Hill 363 16, 384 6

Cheetham, James, Clough Crompton, voters list 363 14

Cheetham, John, M.P. 33 46

Cheetham John, Saddleworth exhibition 93 62

Cheetham John Frederick, governor, Hawkyard &

Wharmton Education Foundation 273 4

Cheetham, Rev. J., Shepherds Green 34 75

Cheetham, Tom, hairdresser 292 20

Cheetham, Tom, organ blower 312 2

Cheetham, William’s diary 252 17

Chelford 272 10

Chelsea 323 5

Chelsea pensioner 34 72, 122 38

chemical manufacturer 283 9, 13

chemist 273 21

chemist shop, Chew valley Road, Co-op 302 17

chemistry classes 13 1

Chenille rugs 341 19

Cherry Clough: 54 72, 121 4, 132 31, 241 6, 8, 2 18, 3 4, 6,  262 17, 301 14, 15, 18, 363 14, 16, 19

boundary 392 45, 394 95

road repairs 74 69

Cherry Clough Farm & cottages for auction 71 12, 13

Cherry Clough Mill, Denshaw, woollen 192 16

Cherry Lee: Linsgreave Clough hunter gatherer 18212-16

Cherry Valley Chronicles: 234 28, 29

additional letters 261 20

Cherry Valley, Oldham unlicensed beer houses 13 4

chert: 23 36, 124 73, 76, 152 24, 182 12

tools 173 25

Cheshire 63 32, 363 14, 392 27, 28

Cheshire Measure 164 68

Cheshire Regiment 402 50, 53

Chess, county level 323 6

Chester: 151 10, 384 6

excavations, lecture 184 16

legionary fortress 293 27

wakes destination 191 12

Chester to York Roman Road 271 2, 4, 27

Chester Constable 392 29, 51, 98

Chesterfield, Derbyshire 31 6, 104 66, 332 1

Chesterford novel 123 41

Chesworth, Catherine 312 21

Chesworth, William Davis 312 21

Chetam Christopher, Grant of Friarmere 162 22

Chetam Ralph: Grant of Friarmere 162 22

Raufe(Chethm), Staley Rental, freehold tenant 163 39

Cheteham Gaufrid (Geoffrey) de, deed witness 394 95, 98

Cheth’m John, witness 112 31

Chetham Humphrey, merchant, landowner 331 15, 382 8

Chetham Society, founding of 331 15

Chetham Society, Saddleworth deeds 392 51

Chetham, Thomas, witness 303 18

Cheddar – Child

Chetham’s Hospital 51 8

Chetham’s Library, Manchester 33 45, 4 61, 33115,

382 8, 394 93, 403 80

Chetwind, Viscount, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 5, 12

Chevrolet, early motor vehicle 193 25

Chew: fire 393 78; land charter 392 36

packhorse new route certificate 202 14; picnics 393 70

Chew Brook: 31 4, 73 58, 383 6

Bridge 51 8, 202 17; pollution 231 15

Staveley holdings 112 3; rhyolite 124 75

weir to Yeoman Hey 202 11

Chew, Dorothy 292 23

Chew Frank, kia 402 43

Chew Hills 113 51, 52

Chew House: 202 14, 3 13, 14, 23, 262 28i

search light 212 2

Chew Moor, mock runway 242 14

Chew Mount: road 194 5

search light station 203 16i, 212 6, 4 20, 242 13

shooting lodge 203 21

Chew Piece, Plantation 201 11, 3 24

Chew Recreation Ground 194 8

Chew Reservoir: 22 21, 4 61, 194 2, 4, 201 9, 2 14,

211 15, 224 15, 263 1

accidental deaths 142 32, 202 15; bore holes 194 5

compensation water 202 11

construction work details 194 10, 202 8-19

cross section drawings 202 8i; Crowden path 21 6

cut off/puddle trench 202 9, 10i, 12i

dam construction details 182 17

embankment & house 202 12i

flood improvements 203 20; keeper 202 17, 3 13

layout of site 201 13i; leak 43 39

Lit. & Phil. Soc. visit 182 17

Locomotive fires 202 14; Parliamentary Plans 194 7i

railway 162 27, 201 8i, 15i, 2 9; refugee tour 403 69

statistics 202 15; tenders accepted 202 15

water pollution 202 14

Chew Valley: 303 27, 312 19i, 4 22, 331 12, 362 22

buildings no longer existing 203 21

Friend, poem 362 22; Greenfield palstave axe 153 39

house numbering 43 39; map 1906 203 22i

Scout Camp 203 23

Chew Valley, Recollections of a Childhood … Trevor Butterworth 312 8-10

Chew Valley Road: 11 9, 72 35, 232 cover i,  272 14, 3 21-23i, 291 1, 304 11

Chew Well(s): 194 8

House 202 13; waterworks visit 41 5

chewing gum manufacture, Wrigley 323 22

chicken pox 42 24, 383 3

Chief Constable, Oldham 351 9-11

Chief Rent 303 18, 403 77, 78

Chief Rent Roll 1745-1789 102 36

chief rents, Road End, J. H. Winterbottom, for sale 251 9

chief taxers & sub-taxers per vill 404 105

child death 171 16

child deaths under age 5 of concern 204 19

child evacuees, Queen’s certificate 371 cover, 12i

child labour: 182 2

in coal mines, pit waggoners 113 45, 46

childhood games 263 2, 313 2, 323 15

children’s vaccination 14 11

children’s working hours 52 28

Childreslaue, Jordan de, (Shelderslow) land granted 392 48

Childreslaue, William de, (Shelderslow) 392 48

Childs, Mr., farmer 324 13

Chimney Felling: Albert Broadbent 302 21, 22

chimney: fire 391 10

hearths 332 7; sweep 292 21, 313 4, 383 17

Chindits ` 304 15

Chinese Ladies, exhibition 51 11

Chinley, Chapel- en-le-Frith 171 16

chip shop: 324 22

Woods Lane 292 18, 24; Woolpack 292 21, 301 1

Woolroad 301 1

Chipp, Elizabeth 401 14

Chipp, Ethel 401 14i

Chipp, John (Jack) 401 14

Chippindale, Christopher, lecture 184 16

Chirograph of Robert de stapleton of thirteen

acres of land for the chaplain serving in the

Chapel of Sadelword: Latin 392 53, 54

translation 392 54

Chisholme,Taylor J. A., Br. Col., D.S.O., M.C., T.D .212 2

Chitral, siege of 303 1

chloroform 304 16

choirmaster 344 26

choke damp 282 6

Cholera epidemic 171 1, 243 5, 252 20, 283 20

Chorley 342 11, 12

Chorley Old Road 342 7

Chorlton, A.E.G 221 10

Chris Marcus: The Tollbars of Saddleworth 354 1-3

Christ Church, Denshaw 221 10, 294 13, 17 353 23, 4 9, 364 16, 402 52

Christ Church Friezland : Audrey Carr 302 19-20

Christ Church Friezland: 133 71, 72, 174 52, 202 1, 211 11,

291 6, 4 13, 301 19, 333 11, 12i, 372 17, 391 2,  402 53, 54

150th anniversary 30219; chimney deaths, plaque 272 20

founder 21 8; George Shaw architect 162 27

graveyard 373 1; income 1864 302 6

Incumbent 152 33; memorial, Mary Ann Whitehead 21 8

Parochial Library 302 20; School Vicarage 202 cover i

Church Christ: Denshaw 333 13, 353 23; School 42 23

Christchurch, New Zealand 114 76

Christian Meeting Room, Protestants 133 70, 72

Christians Awake, tune 112 37

Christmas Day at the Workhouse, poem 203 6

Christmas Day, Saddleworth Workhouse 203 5

Christmas, fat hens, fatcapons 112 3, 12111

Christmas in Saddleworth: Paul Fryer 352 6-8, 364 15-18

Christmas: lights 352 7; parcels for soldiers 52 23

pies 384 23; presents at war time 304 13

Saddleworth 344 23

Christopher, A., weir Woolroad 31 10

Christopher, Johnny, handloom weaver 291 20

Christopher, Shirley 311 26, 27i

Child – Churchill

Christopher, Tommy 294 23

Chronicles: Ye Shaw’s of Shawe Hall Bank & Ye  Radcliffe’s of Radcliffe Tower:

C. C. W. Airne 193 16, 17

Chronological Notes, part 1 1900: H. Wood 11 7, 8

part 2 1901 12 9, 10 part 3 1902 13 7, 8

part 4 1903 14 11 part 5 1904 21 6

part 6 1905 22 21, 22 part 7 1906 23 47

part 8 1907 24 61, 62 part 9 1908 31 4, 5

part 10 1909 33 49, 50 part 11 1910 34 63, 64

part 12 1911 41 4, 5 part 13 1912 42 23, 24

part 14 1913 43 39 part 15 1914 44 57, 58

part 16 1915 51 8 part 17 1916 52 23, 24

part 18 1917 53 45 part 19 1918 54 56

Church & King Clubs 153 49

Church & Kingers 153 50

Church see also St.Annes, Chads ………..

Church: 142 23

Commission 162 26; field name meaning 131 9, 142 23

footway from Woolroad in pain 161 12

Hand bell Ringers 254 14; subscriber 372 12

tower contribution 71 20

Church Army 353 25

Church Farm, Lydgate 404 111

Church Fields, Dobcross 292 20

Church Inn, Uppermill 81 12, 171 14

Church Law of Elizabeth 223 1

Church of England: 133 69

records 313 30

Church of Jesus Christ of Lattter-Day Saints

Family History 244 21, 22

Church Rate Book 111 21, 223 6, 252 7

Church Registers, copies Bishops Transcripts LPRO 34 58

Church Road: 42 33, 212 20, 293 25, 352 2, 373 22, 4 16

fatal accident 24 62; incised stone 291 10

lands auction 83 55

Church School, Lydgate, wardens post 304 23

Church Schools 231 1

Church Stile: 281 7

Castleton 281 6, 301 14

Church Street, Oldham 363 19

Church Terrace, Delph 311 22

Church Terrace, Denshaw 142 18

Church Warden71 18, 19, 102 39,313 12, 372 13, 391 21

Church Warden, Dobcross 33 53, 57, 63 47

Church Warden, Lydgate Chapel 293 5, 4 11

Church Warden, Overseers of the Poor 211 13

Church Warden & Parish Overseer 133 62, 144 61, 73

Church Warden, Saddleworth Church 11 9, 23 54,  31 15, 2 39 3 56, 4 73, 42 31-33, 3 52,

63 47, 72 40, 3 60, 153 45

Churchbanks 212 20, 363 19, 391 20

Churchbank Mills: Uppermill, woollen 12 3, 192 18, 212 20

Higher Mill, Lower Mill, scribbling 132 38, 50

Churches: George Shaw 23 43

Churchfield houses, Dobcross 153 54, 55

Churchill Restaurant, Uppermill Methodist Church 243 20

Churchill, Winston: M.P. 371 2, 3 8, 9

1st Lord of the Admiralty 353 15

Churchill, Winston: President Board of Trade 142 32

speaker Uppermill Mechanics Institute 11 8

cigarette cards, Victoria Cross Heroes 401 4, 18i

cigarette paper: 343 13, 383 10

Greenfield Mill 203 23

Cincinnatti 281 1

Cinderella Ball 344 26

cinema 341 19

Cinema in Saddleworth, part 1 The Early Years: 2045-10

part 2 The Palace, 1920 -1959: Peter Fox 21316-21

Cinema, Uppermill 232 2

Cinematograph: 232 21; Act 1909 204 7

Greenfield Co-op Society Hall 64 52

cinerary urns, Bronze Age 173 27

Cirencester 132 46

Cistercian: 392 52

Nuns, Kirklees Priory 103 56

Citation memorial scroll, V.C. 401 18i

Civic Trust 222 6

Civil Defence: audibility test 304 7; plans 371 9

Roebuck Lane, feeding & shelter section 213 18

Civil Registry, London 211 12

Civil War 43 37, 372 6, 393 72

Civilian Corps, formed Greenfield 44 58

Cladius II BMC 114 72

Clafton, Ann 241 7

Clafton, Elizabeth 241 7

Clafton, Jonathan, Delph 241 7

Clafton, Mary 241 7

Clafton, Sarah 241 7

Clapham, Lorraine 373 12

Clapper Bridge, Uppermill 224 23

Clare, Florence nee Schofield 232 1

Clare, Joseph, Ltd.: Dyeworks, Frenches: 232 1, 304 25,  374 10

dyeing, bleaching, finishing 232 1, 283 11

fire 24 62;

proposal to leave Saddleworth 304 8

Clare, Joseph, mill owner 211 8

Clare, Nancy 232 1

Clare, W. 353 7, 12

Clare, William Arthur 232 1

Clarence Hotel: 194 8, 222 20, 252 22, 291 1,

301 20, 3 14, 312 8

air raid shelter 242 14

technical education meeting 41 10

Clarendon Street, Hyde 64 61

Clarion Movement 301 7

Clark, Adeline: Roman Road 712, poem 42 28, 29

Clark, Beech Avenue 304 17

Clark, D., Colne Valley: Radicalism to Socialism 222 12

Clark, George 293 22

Clark, Irene 272 3

Clark, James, permanent way gang 214 16

Clark Jennifer, et al Saddleworth Men in the

Spanish Civil War 364 5-14

Clark, Miss, Headteacher 373 8

Clark, Professor Grahame, lecture 12 8

Clark, G. O. M.: Groma 12 10-12

Clarke, David 153 37

Clarke, George, Oaken Hill, shepherd 53 54

Churchill – Clegg

Clarke, Hannah 281 14

Clarks, Ambrose, Gatehead 281 14

Clarks 152 29

Clarksfield: 92 37, 132 41, 302 21

Manor share claim 91 13

Clarkson, William, Critchley Cottage, tailor 21 16

Class Struggle &Industrial Revolution: John Foster 181 13

Claudius 53 37

Claudus II Gothicus, billion tetradachm coin 114 71

Claughton, Joseph, Stoneswood 242 17

Clay Cottages, Roaches 262 3

clay field huts, Micklehurst 202 16

Clay field, name meaning 131 9

Clay, Leach Green, Tunstead, land encroachment 84 63

clay products 283 9, 12

Clay, Robert: canal agent, merchant, wharfinger 111 1-3

Clayton Court, Cops Street, Springhead 374 14

Clayton, James & Ann, Claytons ds1659 202 22

Clayton, James: Hearth Tax 313 14, 321 18, 21, 332 9, 11

Shooldermore tithe 142 21

Shelderslow, inventory linen loom 93 47

Clayton John: 161 7

Bristol apprentice land dispute 103 51

Clayton, Mrs., Castleshaw School 222 16

Clayton, Randle 103 54

Clayton, Ranulf, tenant Hollingreave &Quick 161 7

Clayton, Tomasyn 103 50

Clayton, W., Saddleworth & District Cricket Leage 393 64

Clayton West, mills stopped 111 16

Claytone, Shelderslow 302 1

Claytons: 241 14, 313 23, 363 14, 18

datestone 1659 202 22; Inclosure claim 92 33

Claytons, James & Ann Clayton ds1659 202 22

Claytons Well, Cooper Street 111 18

cleaning schools 24 61

cleansing Oldham 211 13

cleansing station depot, St. Chads 304 25

cleansing wool 132 48, 292 3

Clearance area 273 11, 13

Cleasby: Rev., Perpetual Curate of Lydgate 84 77, 292 13

Cleasby, Bowness: Hill Barn, Inclosure claim 83 46

Cleave, John 53 49

Cleethorpes 301 12

Clegg, Derek 241 20

Clegg, Edward 301 14

Clegg, Ellen 281 7, 301 14, 16

Clegg, Holly Grove 222 3

Clegg, James, collier 113 49

Clegg, John: Ashton Church Registers 101 7

Fearnlee Inclosure claim 83 49; rights ceased 92 37

mule dept. manager 123 41

Thorn-lee Inclosure claim 92 33

Clegg, Jos, Philadelphia 33 52

Clegg, Joseph, Cherry Clough 242 18

Clegg, Kay, Board of Guardians, secretary 144 66

Clegg, Mary 242 18

Clegg, Miles 241 20

Clegg Street Station Oldham 154 63, 181 2, 374 5

Clegg, Wilfred: 393 77

Clegg, Wilfred: Rowton Clough (art) 383 4i

Saddleworth Viaduct (art) 382 6i

Clegg’s drapers shop 292 22, 301 2

Cleggs, Roebuck Low, indenture 313 25

Clegh, Michael de, deed witness 392 53

Clergy of Saddleworth, Raines Mss 331 16

Clericis Laicos, clerical taxation 404 113

clerk 103 59, 384 6

Clerk (Board of Guardians) 13 16, 83 56

Clerk, Henry, Rachdale,deed witness 392 52

Clerk Inclosure Commissioner 82 26

clerk, Martin, Peter, Thomas, deed witnesses 392 52

Clerke Lt. Sir W. Bart, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Clerke Shadwell, Major plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Clerk(s) (Clarks): Farm 61 12, 223 3, 6, 363 13, 14

Farrer estate sale 61 1; hostelry 223 5

sold 1791 223 3

clerkship St Chad’s 314 12

Cleverley, John: Letter: Oldham Local Militia 234 29

Cleverly, J., stone mason, S’worth War Memorial 401 8

Cleverly, John: A Light History of Saddleworth 341 15-21

Cleyton, John 222 1

Cleyton, Thomasine Quitclaim 103 52, 222 1

Cleytone, 394 95, 98

Cliffe, Jos, Ashway Gap, purchaser 222 9

Clifton, Annie Beatrice nee Platt 312 30

Clifton, Catherine: 242 17

Carrcote 124 81

Clifton, Charles: Laceby 123 59, 60

cloth agent in US 323 20

Clifton, coal railway route 183 23

Clifton, Esther 391 5

Clifton, Ferdie 352 2

Clifton Holmes 251 3, 324 17, 20

Clifton, John, Carrcote, woollen manufacturer 124 80

Clifton, Jonathan Mallalieu, Carr Cote: 123 60, 242 17

cloth finisher, will 124 80; manufacturer 124 80

voters list 363 14

Clifton, Joseph, Carrcote 124 80, 311 23

Clifton, Mary 311 23

Clifton Mills, Bailiff Bridge 343 5

Clifton, R. K., organist 391 15

Clifton, Robert, Knowles 311 23

Clifton, Ruth 311 23

Clifton, Sarah Margaret 242 17

Clifton-Taylor, Ferdinand, printer 312 30

climatic phases 24 63

Clitheroe: 301 15

Castle 294 24; Honor of, Halmote 123 54, 392 29, 30

Cloath’s Hedge, field name meaning 131 9

Cloathes Edge (tenters) 94 87

clock repairer 301 1; clock shop Delph 21 4

clocking on 331 10

Clod field, name meaning 131 9

Clodberry, Knowl, Manor boundary 143 50, 151 6, 194 12

clog shop 312 1; Knowl 292 18

clogger 44 65

Clogger Knowle Bridge, Alehouse 124 82

Cloggers Arms 124 82

clogs 241 2, 331 10

Clegg – Coal

Clonfert, Ireland 63 33

Close Moss, beating the bounds 13 11

Closen Edge, Manor boundary 151 6

closets 224 12

closing order for agriculture or other use 273 11, 13

cloth: see also cotton, wool, woollen

clothes: Croft 114 85

coupons 393 70; line props 313 7

rationing 374 22

Clothiers Arms 264 4

Clothiers Institution 102 26

clothiers partnership 292 2

Clothiers’ unions, Huddersfield area 111 9

clothing post WWI 61 5

Clough: 213 4, 363 17

field name meaning 131 9

Clough Bottom: 323 12, 363 16, 17

Crompton 363 14; ds 1691 32 38, 61 8, 4 53

Inclosure claim 83 47, 104 73; rights ceased 92 35

Mills, Stone Chair 343 4

Clough Head 122 22, 161 10

Clough House: Grasscroft 103 57, 58

Quick 94 79; sale 103 59, 60

Clough Lane, ds 161 64 53, 103 57, 273 21

Cloven Edge, Manor boundary 143 50, 194 12

Clowne, Derbyshire 401 19

Club House, Greenfield, vehicle washing 304 25

Club Houses, Dobcross 374 14

Club Registers, Magistrate records, Saddleworth 251 16

Clucas & Atherton dyeng, bleachng, Gatehd 191 9, 283 2, 11

Clune, Quarter Master, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Clynes, John Robert: Rt. Hon. J. R., P.C., D.C.L. 334 14,  363 4

Secretary of Trades Council 371 1

Cnoll (Stonebreaks Hill) 163 40, 41

Cnoll Clogh 163 40

Cnothill: 164 66

boundary of pasture 393 74, 75

boundary Foorde 394 94, 96

boundary Friarmere 392 40, 54

Coa 381 11

coach builder 262 6

coach trips 272 14

coachman: 281 8, 292 22

Buckleys, Greenfield 324 19

coal & cannel under Cabin 52 35

coal & corn merchant 292 24; deliveries 232 1, 304 8

coal: coalmen, miners, work 263 16, 304 14, 384 16, 393 58

dealer 111 5, 124 71, 383 1, 4 6

for steam engines 93 50; for woollen mills 292 8

fire 383 17; coal gas 262 5

master 384 6; master Audenshaw 12117

merchant 43 51, 93 68, 313 8

& coke merchant 262 8, 273 21

coal mines 314 24

Beesom Hill 93 68; Denshaw valley 302 7

Grange Hey 43 48; Rickford Rough, Crompton 93 68

Woodbrook, disused, 313 25

Coal Mining in the Stinesdale Valley:  Kevin Lawton 232 12-16

coal sites: see also collieries, mines, pits, seams

Grasscroft 91 11; Hanson House 122 30

Hartshead colliery 35113; Hill Top, indenture 34 71

Horest Lane 254 22, 23; Old tame 94 78

Thornlee 82 30

coal output Britain 144 60

coal pits: 241 16

Cobden Street 113 45

Col’s Quarry Delph 42 23; field Hill Top 34 71, 54 72

field Knot Hill 54 72; Greenacres death at 151 13

Strinesdale Valley 232 12, 13i-15i

water pump 243 15; Waterhead 113 45, 48i

coal proprietor 93 68; Beswicks 34 72

coal range fire 313 6

coal rights 114 78; Strinds 384 12

coal seam 42 23; Lower Hilltop 54 74

Cotman’s 71 10; Rooley Moor 93 68

coal see also colleries

coal drop, Dobcross Halt 133 58

coal shunts: 313 8

Delph New Road 354 24; Greenfield 354 24

siding 191 9

coal strike: 42 23; strike 1912 202 11

coal transported 232 12

to Manchester 14 13; tramway 241 16

coal wharves, Victoria Mill, Uppermill 94 79

coal winder 113 45

Coal Hill Inclosure claim 83 44

Coal Measures series 152 17

Coal Yard Delph: 302 7

railway route 183 23

coarse & medium cotton yarns 342 4

coarse narrow cloths 132 25

coarseware: shards, roman fort 184 7

vessel, Manchester Roman Fort 173 27

Coat Flat: divided 174 60

Mean Field Diglee 174 57

Coat Hill, Lydgate 293 1

Coat of Arms, Shaws 134 84

Coates, Col., opened Military Hospital 203 17

Coates, Joseph, Brimmy Croft 52 33

Coates, Mrs. 314 20

Coates, W., Colonel British Red Cross Soc. 353 2, 10

Coatmans: (Upper Barn) 94 87

Heights glider flight 34 64

cob coaling 301 3, 313 3, 4, 323 15

Cobbett, John, M.P., Oldham 182 1, 203 1

cobbler see also shoemaker 302 10

Cobblers Hill: Delph 141 16

clearance area 273 13; dwellings & land for sale 21 12

Farm auction 234 24

Cobden, Liberal M.P. 52 28

Cobden Street, coal pit 113 45

Coch, James, Oldham 393 77

Cochrane, M.P. 104 78

Cock, field name meaning 131 9

cock fighting: 163 52, 171 3, 254 14, 264 4, 312 11

account, Huddersfield Chronicle 241 19

Coal – Collier

cock fighting: Act 1952 241 19; Chadderton 241 18

Colliers Arms 351 14; royal sport, history of 241 18

Cock Fighting: Eric Roberts 24118, 19

Cock Lod 344 31

cock pit: Castleshaw 241 18

Colliers Arms 241 18; Slack 241 18

cock spurs (gaffles) 241 18

Cock’s Yard, Oldham 13 4

Cockcroft, Joseph, servant 263 10

Cocker, James, Crompton 164 70

Cocker, John, clothier 54 71

Cockhill family, under research 312 33

cockles & mussels salesman 313 5

Cockleshell House 293 19

Cockney, Harry 141 1

Cockroft, Harry, servant 124 80

Cocks, Elizabeth 374 11

Cocks, Fred 374 11

Cocks, Robert, Pte., died of wounds 374 11

Cod Liver Oil 304 17

Coffee Tavern, Lees Road 314 22

Coffie Bill, Bill Farrand 293 24

coffin maker 262 7

coffin opened 391 14

Coffrey, Bill 312 7

Cog Hole (Tunstead) Mill, Greenfield wool 192 19

Cohen, Lewis, W.: A Tragic Story 372 20

Cohors Equitata 131 16, 17

Coil, field name meaning 131 9

Coins: 114 71-73i, 121 9, 131 1-3, 153 41, 231 18,10

hoard, Heron Street, Oldham 114 72

2005 344 28

Coiting, field name meaning 131 9

Cojeul British Cemetery, St, Martin-sur-Cojeul 402 52

Coke 231 5, 262 5; fired boiler 344 10

Coke, Wyl, Staley Rental 163 41

Col(l)’s Quarry, Delph, coal pit 42 23

Colchester 181 4, 354 25

Cold House: boundary stone 291 9

dwellings & land for sale 264 13; Roebuck Lane 212 21

Coldgreave: 241 8, 3 5; Pasture Parish of Rochdale 94 87

Coldhouse: farm 52 35; Inclosure claim 83 45

Inclosure rights ceased 92 37; pasture 91 15

Coldhurst 361 18

Coldwell family 241 2

Colebough, Ernie 263 7

Cole-mynes, Chadderton 1642 241 16

Coleshaw, Oldham 181 9

Coliseum: Oldham 171 5; Ardwick Green 364 11

Collan, Reginald, witness 394 96

collared urns: Bronze Age 153 37

Castleshaw 173 27

collection of subsidy, method of 404 105

College of St. Bees, Cumberland 381 15

Collegiate Church, Manchester 14 2, 153 48, 301 15, 382 8

Colles, Francis, Fleete Streete, London 142 20

Collett, Sister 193 8

Colley, Albert 403 84

Collier, Betty: 234 9, 19

Collier, Betty: Collier’s Fold, Marple 71 14

Collier, Eunice F. 284 17

Collier Hill 241 16

Collier, John: Ballgreave 111 21

Tim Bobbin, Royton 124 68

Collier, John William 284 17

Collier, Mary, Ballgreave 111 21

Collier, Nathan Lane 14 9

Collier, Ruth: Letter: Thomas Whitehead, Oxhey 311 26

Collier Samuel: 284 17

Dobcross, burning cotton factory 102 27

sentenced to death 321 3

Collier, William, Ballgreave 111 21

Collieries see also coal 93 68, 4 87, 88

Collieries, Waterhead 113 45

Colliers Arms, cock pit 241 18

Colliers’ Arms, Cross 142 27

Colliers’ Arms, Mossley 35113i

colliery plans, local collection 161 8

colliery, Wednesbury 111 2, 3

Colliery, prop. William Wrigley 293 5

Collignon, M., Jan, Antwerp, singer 403 68

Collin, John 391 5

Collinge, Garforth, Doctor House, stone mason 22 33

Collingwood, Bayhall, Huddersfield 102 39

Collingwood, Richard, Huddersfield, mortgage 132 43

Collins, Ben, Doctor House Farm, farmer 22 33

Collins, Ethel 391 5

Collins, F. 403 82

Collins, George 114 80

Doctor House, grocer, flour, stone merchant 22 33

Collins, Major, C.O., Rifle Volunteers 201 4, 7

Collins’ Wild Floweret 22 30

Colls (Lower Hill Top) 264 3

Colls Coal Pit 251 2

Colls Quarry, road repair stone 74 69

Colne Bridge 51 6

Colne Valley: 111 10, 343 1, 363 1, 373 5, 27

by-election 372 1, 2; result 1963 304 7

election 1931, 1935, 1964 301 9, 11, 4 10

Cemetery 402 51

cotton factories 1211

Herts. flint finds 62 20

Hunger strike procession 111 15

Industry 311 12

Colne Valley M.P. 363 1, 301 7, 4 5

Colonel Sir Gilbert Tanner DSO, TD, DL, JP ..:

Ian McInnes 402 60, 61

Colosseum 181 4

colour photography lecture 41 5

Colthill 263 10, 363 13

Columbia Mill, Blackburn 342 10i, 11

Colwyn Bay, wakes destination 191 12

Comber County Down, linen spinning 343 6

Combesbrok boundary 392 54

Combination of Workmen in Saddleworth 364 19

Combination Act 321 3

Combination Act 1799 254 14

Combination Act 1799 repeal 1824 22 20, 52 25, 102 26

Combination Laws 113 51

Collier – Commons

Combinations & Arbitration Act 1800 22 19, 20

combing process, shed 343 3

Comer, Sarah, gypsy girl 344 25

comfrey 284 14

comic postcards 192 8

Comintern, international socialists organisation 364 5

Commer truck 272 14, 333 19

commercial clerk 252 7

Commercial Directories 13 5

Commercial Hotel: Huddersfield, auction at 82 25

Mossley 331 22

Commercial Inn, Butler Green, Chadderton 313 4

Commercial Inn, Saddleworth Banking Co. AGM  33 43, 4 65-67, 41 6-8

Commercial Inn, Uppermill: auction at 21 12, 93 54,  114 79, 122 31, 254 18

Masonic Meetings 211 11

meeting of merchants 111 10

commercial photography 264 16

Commercial Stalybridge 341 3

commercial traveller in US 323 22

commercial vehicles 173 34

Commisioner’s Award Enclosure: Hesselgrave 23 43

commission agent 102 39

Commission Charities, report oatmeal gift 151 14

Commissioner for inclosure 81 6, 7

Commissioner Labour to the US 123 41

Commissioner of Crown Lands, South Australia 312 23

Commissioner of Stamps & Taxes 384 5

Commissioner’s Award for Inclosing Commons &

Waste Grounds in the Parish of Saddleworth 104 76

Commissioners Award: 122 38

Runninghill Branch road 54 57

Committee for the relief of people in distress 113 65

Commodity prices 1817 161 2

Common Arable Farming at Diglee. J. M. Hunt 174 56-61

Common: Back o’th Lee 234 10

land, Friarmere 164 67; lands of Saddleworth 164 66

lodging houses bye laws 224 7

pasture 303 21, 392 32, 3 72; Quicke 384 18

grazing 403 77

common rights: 392 31, 49

claims 82 28; Frier Mear 82 28

Inclosure claim 104 73; Manor 82 26

Quick Mear 82 28; Quick Moor 103 56

Shaw Mear 82 28; Shawmere estates on Lordsmere 92 39

Common: sale of 1791 392 34

tenants 403 77; turbary 12111, 303 21

Quicke 384 18

commoning, deeds of 322 16

Commons: debate on trade deficit 311 12

enclosure Application to Parliament 71 7

rights sale of 292 14

Commons & wastes in Saddleworth… Account of 91 4

Commons &Wastes of Manor of S’worth & Qk 54 65-67

commons & wastes: 72 32

claims fences thrown down 63 40; lands for sale 61 8

ratio for Freeholders 64 57; settlement of claims 63 38

commons claims 54 66, 67

Commonwealth: period 223 1

registers 232 4 ; Wills 211 12

Commonwealth Forces 382 4

Commonwealth War Graves Commission 353 26

Communist British Workers’ Sports 364 10, 11

Communist Party 364 6, 13

Companion Volume for the Cherry Valley  Chronicles: Maurice Dennett 261 20-22

compensation reservoirs: 211 15

Brun Clough 173 29; Chew 182 17

Complete Court Keeper: Giles Jacob 143 44, 45

Compoflex Ltd. 24 56, 344 31

Compoflex Ltd Delph: D. S. Latimer (Lumb Mill) 251 7

Compoflex Ltd.: Diggle New Mill 374 22

flexible tubing 283 9, 11

Compson, Peter 311 27i

Compton Cottage 252 3

compulsory school attendance 383 1

compulsory vaccination 403 85

comrades reunion 374 8

Conacher, John, Cambrian railway 351 2

Coney, Audrey, lecture 184 16

confectioner(y) 292 24, 301 1, 313 5, 7, 393 80

Confederate Clubs 124 70

Confirmatio Cartarum, confirming Magna Carta 404 105

Confirmation by Robert de Stapleton, of his thithes & oblations in the Chapel of Sadelword:

Latin 392 52, 53, translation 392 53

confirmation, Christ Church Friezland 174 52

Congleton: 112 34

weaving thrown silk 343 5

Congregational Church: Dorker Street 351 11

School 344 13

Congregational Church, Springhead 361 19i

Sunday School 344 25-27

Feeding Shelter 304 23

Congregational Church, Uppermill 31 7, 344 25

Ebineezer ,Whit Friday procession 352 2

Congregational Sunday School, Bridge House Dbcs 294 18

Congressional Medal of Honour 382 3

Conscientious Objector, WWI 32 33

conservative candidate 351 4

Conservative Club: Arthurs 11 9

Dobcross 312 1

The Square, Dobcross 292 18

Woods Lane 292 24

Greenfield 232 1

Springhead, Feeding & Shelter 304 23

Conservative Co-ops 64 49

Conservative: election win 311 14

political party 371 1, 2; supporters 311 13

Considine, W., Capt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Constable: 113 51

Austerlands 294 11; Chester 43 38, 392 29i

Manchester 283 19; Township of Oldham 211 13

Constables: 313 11

appointments 391 21; parish 321 19

Constantinian coin 114 71, 72

Constitutional Clubs 153 48

Construction of Lydgate Tunnel: Jeffrey Wells 282 1-6

Commonwealth – Co-operative

constructor 384 6

consumer protection 311 12

consumption 202 2

Consvl 111 181 3

Contalmaison, Mametz wood, battle 40241, 42i, 43

contralto 344 26

Contrariants Roll 1322 392 32

controlled burning, Mesolithic 152 24

Convalescent Home, The Nook 13 17

Convict: Australia 171 17

records, Sydney 1814-1837 274 17

Conybeare, Charles, M.P., Cambourne 351 4

Cook, Catharine, Worsley 293 2

Cook, Harry 294 26

Cook, Joseph, Moorcroft Banks 43 52

Cook, Mr. 41 10

Cook, Rev.: freehold compensation 73 53

Wallhill Barn, Chief Rental 102 34

cook 252 18

Cook, John 293 2

Cooke & Standfast, Old factory 83 52

Cooke, Alice, Ashton Church Registers 101 7

Cooke, James Kenworthy, Newport Pagnell 133 76

Cooke, Mr., Wallhill Barn, Inclosure claim 83 50

Cooke. Rev. James, Heaton Norris 133 75

Cooking & Eating with the Romans at

Castleshaw: Jim Carr 1845-9

Cookson, Cabel, Cpl. 374 11

Cookson, Margaret 311 27i

Cookson, Mr. 334 12

Cookson, Oldham Pals 374 5

Coombs, Trevor: Rising from Reality, Art in  Oldham from 1820-1890 313 16

book review, A.J Petford 204 24

Co-op see Co-operative, CWS

Coop, C.S.M., killed in action 374 5

Cooper, Benjamin, Delph, voters list 363 14

Cooper, Diane: Letter: James John Whitehead;

Thomas Whitehead & Mary Bottomley 272 21

Cooper, John, Wall Hill Farm 232 11

Cooper, Linda: Letter: Mallalue & will,

Buckley family 262 21, 22

Cooper, Mary Ann, New Delph, Saddleworth Bank. 384 6

Cooper, Miss, Clitheroe, suffragette 373 7

Cooper, R.: Lines on the Death of Thomas

Whitehead of Oxhey Denshaw 311 26

Cooper, R. Wallhill 83 50

Cooper, Solomon, stone mason, Shelderslow 294 9, 21, 22

Cooper Street: 111 18

Springhead, new council houses 273 9

wardens post 304 23

Co-operative movement 343 11

Co-operative Movement…S’worth M K. Bagley 64 49-52

Co-operative societies: 123 46

coal merchant 313 8

Delph see Delph Co-operative Soc.

Denshaw see Denshaw Co-operative

also Junction Industrial Co-operative Soc.

Diggle see Diggle Co-operative Soc.

Co-operative societies:

Dobcross see Dobcross Co-operative Soc.

education committees 41 10

Greenfield see Greenfield Co-operative Soc.

also Spring Grove

Marslands Branch see Uppermill Co-operative Soc.

Middleton, Hall 373 7

minutes books, Saddleworth 361 16

Mossley Industrial Society 361 16

Northwest Pioneers 361 16

Oldham 362 7, 9

Saddleworth Archives: the Co-operative Societies Neil Barrow 361 14-17

Uppermill see Uppermill Co-operative Soc.

Co-op Row, Uppermill 313 5, 391 6

Co-operative News 361 16

Co-operative pioneer, John Avison 31 7

Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd. (C.W.S) 361 15

Board member, T. E. Moorhouse, J.P. 361 5, 6

TamewaterMill, woollen cloth 283 11

Co-operative Street, Springhead 301 9

cop packer 374 13

Copeland, Anne, play part 364 17

Copeland, Jack 363 2

Copeland, Richard, Bell Inn & Saddleworth Hotel 74 80

Copenhagen: 381 7, 11

The battle of 344 29

copper daggers, grave objects 173 26

copperas manufacture: 151 15

Droylsden 111 4

Coppice hairdressing saloon 61 6

Coppy, field name meaning 131 9

Cops Street, Springhead 374 14

Copsterhill, coal tramway 241 16

Copy of Return, Banking published annually 384 5

Copyhold: 311 25

tenants Saddleworth 1397-98 163 38

Coranderrk, Australia 291 13

Corbett, Anita 373 12

Corbishley, George, Hunts Bank, solicitor 14 2

Corbishley, Mary, Hunts Bank 14 2

Corbridge, Roman games board 164 63

cordwainer (shoemaker) 42 34, 124 70, 81, 152 27,  222 3, 243 17, 252 11, 263 16

cordwainer: Letter: H. S. Broadbent 44 58

Cork, field name meaning 131 9

corn 54 73

corn dealer 14 20, 111 5, 293 5

corn drying kiln, Castleshaw 164 67

corn grinding, Lord’s Mill only 62 26

corn growing 53 45

Corn Laws 52 26, 111 14, 121 2, 143 41, 182 2, 244 13

corn merchant 234 20, 21, 262 8, 273 21

Corn mill: 21 13, 112 29, 122 29, 142 25

Delph 62 27, 28; Diggle Bridge 132 54

equipment list 62 28; Frenches 112 35

Upper Mill 112 35, 144 70, 183 11

Uppermill 62 27, 81 9, 2 21, 24

corn mills: Saddleworth 62 26

Lees 312 14, 3 23

Co-operative – Cotton

corn milne, moultred 112 31

corncrake, grasedrake, local dialect 11 7

Corner, Thomas: Cllr., erected cenotaph 204 9

Denshaw War Memorial 401 9

Corner factory 72 26

Corner House, sweet shop, the Square 292 24, 301 2

Cornforth family, Montreal 322 20

Cornhill Ditch 164 71

Cornwall: 354 11

axe factory 153 35

Cornwall Leigh Mss 103 50, 161 6

Cornwallis, coach from Bell Inn 74 79

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

bonfire, Delph Hill 294 19

George VI, SHS archives 74 72

Denshaw 1953 232 27

Edward VII 13 8

George V Greenfield 263 5

school holiday 231 7

Coronation Medal, Gilbert Tanner 402 60, 61

Coronation Stew & Concert, Heights 13 7

Coronation Street, Oldham 114 75

Coroner, West Riding 391 4

Corporation Street, Manchester 154 67, 164 65

Corps of Commissionaires 382 14

Correspondent Societies 102 24, 294 17

Corresponding Society Acts 113 51

Corsica 344 29

Cort’s puddling process 294 17

Cortege, horse drawn vehicles 391 18

Cortes 364 5

Corunna 381 7, 11

Corves 113 46

cost of living 1817 161 3

Costard, Edward: Lidyate 293 2

Lydgate farm 71 2, 81 11

Cote: 212 9, 13, 234 16, 363 13

Cheshire 363 13

field name meaning 131 9; Inclosure claim 83 44

Cote Farm 234 7; auction 253 26, 27i

Cote Lane: 211 18

Castleshaw 23 54

Cote Meadow, tollbar 14 15, 362 15

Cotemans: 51 13, 281 13

Farm, auction 71 10

Cotman’s, Hillbrighthope auction, seam of coal 71 10

Cottage, Spurn Lane, wardens post 304 23

Cotton & Confederates: All Our Tomorrows:

Joyce Cynthia: book review, Chris Foley 373 25, 26

Cotton: 94 83

16th C manufacture 93 45; baler 322 3

bleaching 94 82, 283 12, 343 12

Cotton Buying Company 123 47

Carder 42 30, 4 68, 94 80, 124 81, 213 13, 292 20, 24

carding: 81 10, 94 82, 132 29, 48, 50-52,

263 10, 16, 17, 4 7, 292 3

engine development; 123 47; machinery 121 4, 3 48

mill: Providence Rhode Island 163 44; mills 13 13

Pingle Mill 264 4

Cotton: carding mills Lancashire 93 49; directories 123 7

doubling mill 283 12, 362 7

cotton: factories: Saddleworth, Colne valley 121 1

factory attacked 124 71

factory, Isonohama Kyshu 203 1

Cotton Famine 1863 113 65, 123 46, 48, 202 6, 273 18

Cotton Famine Road: B. Barnes 54 57, 58

Cotton Famine Road: Letter 62 25

& maps 54 57, 58, 62 25

Cotton: fine counts 342 4

finishing mills 342 12; frame tenter 241 14

cotton grass 24 64; handloom weaver 122 38

industry 93 45, 211 2, 342 4-12

Early Cotton Industry, pt 2: B. Barnes 94 75-84

increase in Saddleworth 102 27

Lancashire & Cheshire 121 1

over production 182 2

looms 341 18

manufacture 14 9, 63 43, 74 81,82, 81 11, 2 35, 103 46, 59,

113 52, 124 66, 70, 161 17, 4 64, 243 4, 301 18

Britain 144 60; Saddleworth 193 18

map 193 21

strikes Lancashire & Cheshire 103 46

manufacturer 372 9, 14

Garrett Mill, Manchester 132 50; Waterhead 63 34

Saddleworth 93 49-51

cotton mills: 254 15, 294 24, 342 5, 3 5, 7

boiler house 342 5; card room/shed 342 5

Castleshaw potential for 23 42; chimney 342 5

construction 342 6, 9; Delph 93 50

distribution map 94 76i, 101 9; engine House 342 5, 7

fire escapes 191 3; Greenfield 94 75, 383 8

hand 124 67; Lydgate 293 5

manager 402 60; machinery for sale list 251 9, 10

Saddleworth 12 2, 3, 313 23; sale inventory 93 49

standardised layout 342 5; steam engine 342 5

tower staircase 342 5; Uppermill 94 75

valuation of stock 312 12 warehousing 342 5

water tower 342 5

Cotton Mills of Oldham: D. Gurr & J. M. Hunt book review, A. Fairbrother 154 64

Cotton Mss, British Library 393 72

cotton: operative 263 16, 302 10

piecer 42 30, 82 34, 213 13, 241 14, 322 3, 342 5, 401 11

Queen 312 29; power looms 73 58, 93 50, 94 78

Printer 52 34; roller grinder 44 68

rover 151 15

cotton spindleage: Blackburn 123 43

Bolton 123 43; China 123 43

France 123 41; Germany 123 41

India 123 43; Oldham 123 41- 42i-44, 46, 47

USA 123 41

cotton spinner: 33 55, 42 30, 31, 63 42, 43, 73 49,

81 16, 3 52, 104 81, 82, 12117, 131 19, 161 17,

214 18, 241 14, 264 2, 293 5, 342 5, 351 1, 364 21,

rising in Ashton 124 71

Cotton Spinner’s calculator: James Lees 21 9

cotton spinning: 83 53, 292 6

& bleaching 94 82; & doubling 94 83

decline 123 50; electricity driven 342 9

Cotton – County

cotton spinning: equipment manufacturer 203 1

hand spinners 64 63, 113 65

mill 351 1; mills 294 24

mules 342 5, 3 2; Saddleworth 93 49-51, 4 79-82

steam power 94 75, 77

strikes Lancashire & Cheshire 103 46

cotton: stripper 312 23; tenter 44 68, 263 22

warp 343 5

cotton trade: 121 4; waste bleaching 283 14

waste dealer 12117; waste industry Oldham 123 47

cotton: turner 84 78

velvets 123 43; warehouseman 193 2

warps for worsted cloth 101 14

weaver 84 77, 94 77, 393 78; weaver handloom 122 38

weaving 342 9; weaving growth 123 50

winder 82 34, 322 3; worker 52 34, 212 22

workers in Parish Registers 93 47; working 93 49

cotton yarn 93 47, 283 12, 14

Cotton Yarn Association 123 51

cotton/woollen: employee numbers 93 51

loom numbers 1820 102 27

Cotton Street, Ashton-under-Lyne 394 99

Cotton Town Comrades: Ian McInnes 374 5-17

Cotton Tree, beerhouse, Hollinbank for auction 81 12, 16

Cotton Tree Ridding 291 6

CottonTree, road repairs 74 69

Cottree, Edith Mary 311 24

Cottrell, Allen 314 16

Cottrell, Clarence: Early 20C glass negative slides 83 39

Photographer, Delph 192 11

Cottrell, Ernest, headmaster of night school 13 2

Cottrell, Jane 314 16

Cottrell, Lucy H. 311 24

Cottrell, Sidney 311 24

Cottrell, Vincent 311 24

Coucher Book, Whalley Abbey 392 51

Coultate William, Surgeon 331 15, 381 15

council house: Dobcross 373 22

for Belgian refugees 403 63

Council Offices, Cooper Street, Springhead:

casualty services 304 24; Report Centres, H Grd 304 23

wardens post 304 23

Council Offices Uppermill: inquest 391 17

Officer i/c Home Guard 304 23

Council School, Greenfield, Feeding & Shelter Cen 304 23

Council Storehouse, Denshaw, wardens post 304 23

Count Hill colliery 113 45, 46, 48i, 232 12

Counterpart lease 12111

Counthill Grammar school (Oldham High school) 324 22

Counting house, Ducie Street 111 5

Country banks 142 26

Country Notes: Morgan Brierley natural history 23 43

county (lay subsidy) roll, local assessments 404 106

County Boundaries, change of 331 25

County Confusion: Christine Barrow 331 25- 27

County Coroner 241 17, 393 77

County Court, appointed trustees, Wharmton School 273 3

County End: lease 1818 313 23

Lees 374 13

County End Mill Co.: 313 23; brass band 352 6

cotton spinning 93 50, 101 12

County End Old Mill 313 23

County End paper mill, air raid shelter 242 14

County End Toll Bar/gate 14 13, 294 11, 362 15

tramway 291 1

County Galway 12112

County Justices 143 42

County Major Scholarship 272 3

County Mayo 12112

County Medical Officer of Health 231 12

County Record Office: Andrew Mill deeds 383 6

Wakefield 42 20

County School, Uppermill 231 8

Coupens, Mrs., Maliacs, Belgian refugees 403 70

Coupland, John, liquor merchant, Rotherham 384 19

Coupland, Mr., teacher 311 26, 27i

Coupland, Thomas, Leeds, distiller, mortgage 132 50

course pottery, Drycroft field 261 13, 14i

coursing 314 20

Court 363 13, 384 6

Court & Cote, Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Court (Harrop Court) Mill, woollen & cotton 192 18

Court Baron see Manor of Saddleworth

Court see also Cote, Harrop Court

Court: cloth dresser 83 54

herbage pasture claim 91 15

Court Leet see also Court Baron 112 29, 143 42

Court Mill, Diggle 234 14

Court of Augmentation Grant of Friarmere 162 22, 24, 25

Court of Chancery fine 161 14

Court of Common Pleas fine 102 31

Court offences: 403 82-86

animal/food 391 13, 18, 393 76, 79

assault 391 6, 9, 11-15; bad language 391 7, 13, 18

begging 391 5, 6, 12, 3 78; cricket on highway 34 64

damage 391 6, 3 78; dog fighting 233 14

drunk& disorderly 344 25, 352 6, 39 1 5, 12-14, 3 89

family matters 391, 4, 11, 14, 15, 19; fraud 391 7

licence offences 39110, 14-16, 18, 393 79, 81

lighting restriction 52 23

manslaughter 391 10;non payment 391 7, 8, 11, 15, 3 81

road & traffic 391 5, 18, 393 77, 81

sleeping in huts 202 16; speeding 25mph 184 15

stealing 344 25; stones on railway 22 21

Court outcome: birching & fined 22 21

fines 52 23, 184 15, 233 14, 344 25,

391 5, 7, 8, 10, 13-16, 18, 3 76-81, 403 82, 84, 85

hard labour 352 6, 391 6, 393 70

imprisonment 202 16, 391 5-14,18

orders 391 8, 10, 14, 16 19

Court Records: Adult Minutes GMC Record Office 251 16

Bastardy Minutes GMCRO 251 16

Clerks’ notebooks GMCRO 251 16

Juvenile Minutes GMCRO 251 16

Licences GMCRO 251 16

Court Registers, Clubs GMCRO 251 16

Court Rolls, see Manor of Saddleworth

Court Street: 262 7, 273 23i, 313 7, 362 3

Studio 343 22i, 23i, 25i, 26i

County – Crawshawbent

courting 341 20

Courtney, William, Lincolns Inn 294 22

Cousins, Inclosure claim 83 46

Coventry 161 18

Coventry Humber, early motor vehicle 193 22

Coverhill 151 11

Coverhill Road : 151 10, 161 6, 291 1

beating the bounds 13 11

Commandant, casualty services 304 24

Covington, Kentucky 281 1

cow 131 9

Cow Club: John Buckley 81 12, 13

cow doctor 92 43

Cowards, (Lower White Lee) ds 1680 64 53

Cowd Water Ben 141 1

Cowdroy’s Manchester Gazette 221 6

Cowell, Margaret 293 6

Cowell, Rev. George, vicar Lydgate 152 31-33, 234 21,

293 5, 6

cowherd, the grange, Hilbrighthope 404 108

Cowhill 174 52

cowkeeper 404 109

Cowlishaw 363 19

Cowper, E. G., Gate InnWeakey, aucteer 251 10,2 25, 272 7

cowshed regulations, protest 24 61

Cox, Beech Avenue 304 17

Cox, Enid N.: Letter: The Mystery of Maps 51 5, 6

Cox, G. Ltd., Dyeworks, Dobcross 393 79

Cox, Henry, labourer accident 202 16

Cox, Margaret, Huddersfield 384 18, 19

Cox, Mary 293 16

Cox, N,: The Plug Riots and the Chartists: Some  Comments on the Letter of Hannah Whitehead 333 4-6

Cox, Tom 293 16

Cox, W. T, boot & shoe repairer 273 21

Cox, Martha 293 16

Coxon, Doris 293 15

Coxon, Mr. & Mrs. 293 15

Coxyde Military Cemetery 373 23

Coyle, James, Castlebar, Irish haymaker 12112, 221 15, 16

Crabtree, Isaac, activist 371 2, 4

Crafts 341 18

Cragg, Erringden 301 15

Craigi, Lt.-Colonel, 55th Regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Craigley, novel 123 41

Craigmont, Dobcross 272 cover i

Cranberry, field name meaning 131 9

Cranbrook, tune 112 37

crane driver 202 16

Crane Fruehauf, vehicle 272 15

Cranmer 382 8

Cranmer, Anne, Alkrington 313 28

crashed Dakota, Letters: Albert Broadbent 194 23

Craven, Bill 293 20

Craven, Edward 284 16

Craven Lowlands 152 17

Craven, Martha 284 16

Crawshaw Bank, Inclosure claim 92 33

Crawshawbent see also Crowshawbent

Crawshawbent: 44 53, 55, 132 47, 143 53

Chief Rental 102 34

Grotton Head, Whitehead estate 293 3, 4 9

Crawthorn & Shelderslow, Inclosure claim 92 33

Creda Tube Investment Group 251 7

Creed & Commandments 223 1

Cremona 181 4

Cresswell, Anne 351 13

Cresswell Crags, Derbyshire, Palaeolithic man 24 64

Cresswell family, Higson papers 312 11

Cresswell, Robert, stealing 391 14

Cresswell, Thomas: Carr Hill Mill 101 8

County End Mill cotton spinning 101 12

Cresswell, William, Fairfield

cotton manufacturer, Carr Hill 101 8, 292 6

Creswell, widow, Lees, publican 221 7

Crew 133 59

Crewick, William, Padfield Glossop & Holmfirth 94 87

Criagmont, Mr., Eyres 272 3

Crib Lane, Dobcross: 153 55, 241 1, 293 18, 311 20

closing order for domestic use 273 13

inhabitants 1924 292 22, 23

cricket: 174 52

match, Waterworks v St. Thomas’ Friarmere 183 6

pitch, Navvies club Castleshaw 183 6

Crigeleston, Adam de, deed witness 394 96

Crimea campaign medal 382 4

Crimean War: magic lantern slides 232 17

Sevastopol 382 3

Crindal 131 9

Cripple Cote: 264 2

closing order for agriculture use 273 13

Cripps, Stafford 364 8

Critchley Barn, Bolton 21 7, 16

Critchley Cottage, Wharmton, Grasscroft: 13 17, 21 7, 15

Marsden Chapel, endowment 21 7; sale 52 22

Croal Mill: Bolton 342 7; water tower 342 8i

Croal Valley 173 27

Croft 131 9; Inclosure rights ceased 92 37

Croft Farm Cottage 62 29

Croft House 181 1

Crofton, M. G., Conservative candidate 301 10, 11

Croix de Guerre of France 142 34

Cromford visit 12 13

Crompton : 113 53, 164 70, 394 94

boundary/land dispute 392 36, 45

land & auction 81 12, 15; mine coal pit 241 16

Survey 1789 142 36

tithe Award 142 36; Tithe Map 251 2, 6

workhouse 144 61

Crompton, Adam de, deed witness 394 94, 97

Crompton, Andrew, son of Adam de 394 98

Crompton, Ann, Hearthe Tax 313 15

Crompton Cottage 163 46

Crompton Fee of 394 94, 97

Crompton, Hugh de 394 96

Crompton, Jordan son of Alexander de, deed wts 394 97, 98

Crompton Knowl: 241 1, 292 23

floor plan 241 2, 3i

Crompton Moor: 251 1

Crawshawbent – Crossbank

Crompton Moor: microliths, arrowheads 122 34, 35i

palstave axe 153 39

Crompton, Robert de 394 97

Crompton, Symond de Leigh 394 95

Crompton’s Mule 294 16

Cromwell, Thomas 223 1

Cromwellian Troops, Latham Hall 111 20

Crook Gate: 222 7

Reservoir 211 13, 15-17, 354 9

Crooke, Miss 353 3

Crooks, P.C. 391 4

Cropmarks, Werneth Low 233 16

cropper 54 73, 73 60, 12115

Cropper, Alice 242 17

Cropper, Anne 403 85

Cropper, Frank, inquest 393 77

Cropper, Henry 174 51

Cropper, John: Manor share claim 91 12

White Lee Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Cropper, Leonard 393 77

Cropper, Mary, Ashton Church Registers 101 7

cropper of wool 263 14

cropping 81 10

Cropper, Richard, Manchester 242 17

Cropper, Sarah 242 17

Crosland Moor, Iron Age enclosure 153 41

Crosland, Mr., bill of costs 64 57

Cross: 82 21, 25, 92 38, 111 21, 154 73, 244 15,  302 12-14, 341 22, 362 3, 3 16, 381 17, 2 8, 4 23

Cross(e) 142 24

Higher Cross ds 1746 42 34, 61 9, 10, 3 45,

garden land encroachment 84 64

Inclosure claim 83 47; Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Manor share claim 91 13

Saddleworth enclosure records 63 47

water courses 91 7

Cross Bank, Lees, Alban de, Alt’s land 392 49

Cross Farm: 314 22

sale 63 48, 254 18

Cross Gates 242 18

Cross, John, printer, Sheffield 124 68

Cross Keys 261 23

Cross Keys, Godley 214 10

Cross Keys Inn, 250th anniversary 1745-1995 C. C. W. Airne 252 1-16

Cross Keys Inn: Gravemakers, deeds 252 14

Uppermill ds 1745 11 9, 4 14, 64 54,134 82,  153 49, 252 cover i, 1, 5, 16, 264 2, 293 23,

362 3, 4 18, 384 21, 22, 39 1 9

furniture & effects for sale 272 7

Pigot & Dean Directory 252 5

Saddleworth Church, Court Baron 143 44

strike damage 32 23

Cross Keys, Thurston Clough 264 2

Cross Street 263 23

Cross, Lt.-Colonel, 68th Regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Crossbank 173 37, 274 15

Council 291 1; tramway 291 1

ds 1743 202 22

Crossbank Street, Oldham 281 8

Crossing the Atlantic in 1848: William Schofield 313 21

Crosslandhill, Huddersfield 122 29

Crossley, A. M.: Letter: Bradbury of Fairbanks 31 14

Crossley, Anthony, Oldham election 1931 301 9

Crossley, James, Bank Gap 64 63

Crossley, John, Scaithcliffe, Rochdale 141 13

Crossley Lane 82 21

Crossley, Vernon, Elland 403 82

Crossley, Anthony, B.A., M.P. 334 14

Crossman, W. T., Dacres Hall 162 27

Crossword Puzzle 224 20

crouched inhumations, bronze age 153 37

Crow Knoll, coin find 114 71

Crowknowle Crompton 93 68

Colliery, Reservoir 94 87, 88, 251 1, 2, 6

roman coin 131 1

Crowknowl Farm 251 1, 2, 4

Crow, W., Sgt., M.M. 353 25

Crow, William, Hill End farm 393 80

Crowden packhorse route 194 8

Crowden to Greenfield path 21 6; path diversion 24 62

Crowden Brook 94 87

Crowden Great Brook, Red Ratcher flints 62 15, 16

Crowden Rifle range 203 17; 212 4

Crowford, Ellen, transported 274 18

Crowlegh 163 40

Crowley Lodge, Arley, timber construction 253 17

Crown & Anchor, Henshaw Street 192 22

Crown (the) 392 46

Crown coin 231 18

Crown Point: Lydgate 71 19, 161 5, 294 8

Inclosure claim 92 33

Crown witnesses, Ashton rising 124 71

Crows in the Wood, Weavers’ Union turnout paymts 24 59

Crowshawbent see also Crawshawbent

Crowshawbent: Grueschagh 44 53, 55, 73 56,

142 21, 151 10, 11, 163 40, 41

map Ralph Wood 1779 91 3i

Crowshaw Hey, common rights 43 48

Crowshaw’s, field names Castleshaw 162 19

Crowstone Gate (Friezland hall) 264 4, 272 12

Crowther, Vera ,Round Hill 293 18, 20

Crucifixion & Ascension of Our Lord, window 43 37

cruck barn, Castle Hill Cote 11 4

Cruelty to Animals Act 241 19

Crump et al: History of H’sfield Woollen Industry 42 22

Crump G., local historian 163 53

Crump, W. B.: Huddersfield Down the Ages 291 3

crumpet sellers 304 17

Crumpsall 361 7i

Crumpsall, C.W.S.: Biscuit & Sweets Manufactory 361 5

factory visit 64 51, 302 18; product range 361 7i

Crumpsall House, Middleton Road 114 76

crusher of wool 263 14

Crutchley’s map of Yorkshire 24 58

Crystal Palace 144 60, 353 14i, 15

crystal set radio 324 11

Cudsworth ,Yorkshire 191 19

Cudworth: flint fines 112 23-27, 3 56, 57

Crossbank – Dacre

Cudworth: Pasture 164 71; iron bloomery 24 66

Cudworth Quarry: Castleshaw 113 58, 61, 21118, 222 19

inclined plane 274 8; New Stone Age finds 153 35

signalling wire 274 10; stone axe find 112 28

Cudworth, John, Werneth Oldham 164 70, 71

Cudworth, Joseph, occupier, Cross Keys 252 7

Cuidad Rodrigo 381 5, 11

Culloden, Battle of 294 16

Culvert 363 18

Culvert Street, boundary stone 291 9

Cumberland slate 153 46

Cumbesbroke (Chew Brook) 404 110

Cumbria 384 8

Cumbrock, boundary of pasture 393 74, 75

Cunard Line 323 6

Cunliffe, David 313 28i

Cunliffe, Edith 374 17

Cunningham, Jock, Spanish Civil War 364 8

Cunningham, Joseph 391 15

Cunningham’s summer camp, I.O.M. 324 15

Cupwith Hill, flint finds 152 18

Curate, Radcliffe, Boarshurst Lower Farm Inc. claim 83 48

Curate: Rochdale 391 21

Saddleworth Church 63 48; St Mark’s Church 333 17

Curates: Curacy of Royton 294 21

Dobcross Church, as trustees 273 3

Cure for Whooping Cough: Margaret Tyldesley 292 28

Cures & recipies for bad stomach 24 67, 68

Currie, William, Mossley, crane driver accident 202 15

Curtiss H-16 seaplane 353 15

Curzon, Frank, Leeds, lecture, Delph M&LI 13 1

Curzon, Lord, Viceroy of India 302 3

Customary mile 281 9

Customs & Excise Officer 293 23

cut, a cloth measurement? 251 19

cut, a finishing term 252 27

Cuthbertson, James, innkeeper, Cross Keys 252 8, 15

Cuthill, Simon, haulage driver 272 15

cutting nap 263 11, 12

cutting stone rights 74 72

CWS Warth Mill 213 2, 4, 283 6, 13, 15, 301 2, 3 11

cycle parade 11 8, 4 11, 22 21, 4 62

Cynicus Publishing Co. Ltd., Fife & Leeds 192 8

Cynthia, Joyce: Cotton & Confederates: All Our

Tomorrows: book review, Chris Foley 373 25, 26

Czar of Russia, death 174 51


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