SHSB INDEX F

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

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F.G. Battye, J.P. Councillor, Obituary 31 5

F.R. Buckley, Waterside Mill, cotton spinners 13 17

Factory Acts: 183 13

1835, 11-12 year olds 111 11; 1906 33 48

returns 362 2

Factory Bill 1833 52 28

Factory Comissioners’Report: 94 78

1834, Giles Mill 132 50

Andrew Mill 101 7

Pastures Mill 101 11

factory hooter 293 21

Factory Inspector: numbers of mills, workers 294 15

report 1842 111 15, 273 18

on unemployment 121 3

1838 cotton/wool mills 93 50

factory libraries 92 23

factory reformer, Richard Oastler 182 1

Factory Schools 231 1

Factory surgeon 252 19

Factory System The: William Dodd 21 9

factory system: 52 28

growth increase 111 16, 141 5

opposition 102 26

factory work conditions, hours 182 2

Faigh, Faugh, Fough, field name meaning 131 10

Failsworth: 153 51

land dispute, Higher Barn 161 14; riot 153 48

Failsworth Church & Kingers 153 51

Failsworth Constitutional Club 153 48

Failsworth Drill Hall 214 22

Failsworth Pole 153 51

Failsworth, Searchlight Batteries 462, 463 212 2

Failure of Radicalism, talk 363 2

Fair Ellen of Radcliffe, ballard 193 16

Fair View, Grasscroft 193 24

Fairbank, Christopher & Percy, magic lantern show 232 20

Fairbanks: 23 50, 54 71, 62 29, 4 53, 55, 92 38, 213 3,

234 12, 19

Bradburys, Wrexham School 31 14

Letter: A.M. Crossley 31 14

cattle plagues 62 30; lease 102 32

Farm 332 3, 363 13

Inclosure claim 83 46; Inclosure rights ceased 92 34

Manor share claim 91 12

Saddleworth enclosure records 23 51

Shaw Hall Estate 23 51; water wheel 31 14

Fairbottom Bobs 243 14, 254 20, 21

Fairbottom Bobs: Gerald Royle 243 14, 15

Fairbottom Methodist Chapel 243 14

Fairbrother, A. book review: Cotton Mills of

Oldham: D. Gurr & J. M. Hunt 154 64

Fairfield Moravians 382 8

fairground attraction 232 21

Fairy Brow, burial mound 173 27

Fairy Holes, Alderman’s Hill 244 cover i, 6-10, 274 23

Greenfield rescue 14 11

Fairy Holes: Peter Fox 244 6-11

Falacrina 181 4

Falcon Street, Ashton Road, Oldham 333 18

Falkirk, sheep sale 62 30

Falklands Islands school 202 2

Falklands War 311 14

Fallowfield, Searchlight Battery 464 212 2

Falls River 343 7

false teeth 324 19

Family Herald The, library periodical 92 24

Family History Group 311 30, 31, 2 31-33, 3 30, 31, 4 29, 321 31, 32, 2 19, 20, 3 18, 19, 332 18-24

family trees under research 312 31-33

objectives & projects 311 30, 31

weekend report 393 vi

Family of Arnold White:Doreen White Taylor 314 28

Family of John & Mary Shaw Shrigley: Shelby W book review: C. C. W. Airne 24 427

Family of Radcliffe: Charles Hampson 193 16

family pew, Saddleworth Church 252 14

fancy: woollen goods 221 3, 4; worsteds 221 4

flannel manufacture 191 9; goods 334 11

shirtings 293 15

weavers unions, Huddersfield area 111 9

woollen manufacturers 343 1, 2

Fanny Fitz-York, Heiress of Tremorne: Anne Ryley 22 29

Fanshawe, Col., Royal Eng., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Far Diggle Edge: 374 22

demolition order 273 13

Far Hey, Friarmere 143 37

Far Hey birthplace Ammon Wrigley 12 2, 163 48, 49

Fare, M.. B., Aldermn, J.P., Mossley Belgians’comte 403 69

Farewell to the Florin, hello to the New

Crown: J. C. Carr 231 18-19

Farm: crop changes 232 5

labourer 23 51, 33 55, 34 72, 62 29

food 221 13, 15; room layout 221 13

farmer 13 15, 16, 21 15, 18, 2 32, 33, 3 51, 54,  31 17, 2 37, 3 53, 57, 4 72, 42 32, 3 51, 52, 4 67, 68,  51 14, 2 33, 61 12, 14, 2 29, 72 41, 81 16,

92 44, 101 19, 12118, 4 67, 141 15, 16, 151 15,  212 21, 3 2, 13, 222 16, 234 13, 19, 21,  243 4, 263 11, 16, 293 5, 16, 21, 301 18, 2 10,  314 13, 324 13, 383 8, 4 6, 391 16,

Farmer, John Fred, mill managing director 211 8

Farmer, Thos Hoare, mill secretary 211 8

farmer’s boy 394 99

farming 173 25

Farneley, Jon, Staley Rental 163 41

Farnie, D. A.: TheEmergenceof Victorian Oldham

Farnie, D.A.: … as the Centre of the Cotton  Spinning Industry 123 41-53

Farnlee, land encroachment 84 62

Farnley Hall 82 24

Farquharson, M.M., Women’s Political League 373 8

Farr, Beatrice 373 19

Farr, Joseph 373 19

Farr, M. B., Alderman Mossley 201 14, 203 20

Farr, George Edward, Pte., killed in action 373 19

Farrand, Albert: Printer, Greenfield & Marsden 273 22

apprentice printer 312 5

Farrand, Anna, Shaw Hall 72 40

Farrand, Annie 321 27i

Farrand, Arthur, football team 293 25, 4 25

Farrand, Cornelius: 82 23

Critchlow Cottage 52 22; Garners, clothier 51 12

Hill Top 54 70

Farrand, Edmund: 222 3

Church tithe 142 23; Hearth Tax 321 20, 332 8, 11

Uppermill 363 14

Farrand, Esther, Cotemans 51 13

Farrand, Fred: 284 16

bobbin carrier, Wroe Street 391 4

Farrand, Hannah, Garners 5112

Farrand, Harry 391 4

Farrand, Isabel, Hill Top 54 70

Farrand, Isabella nee Littlewood 312 30

Farrand, James, Swainscroft, Mill owner 132 54

Farrand, Jno., mill owner occupier 132 37

Farrand, John: Hearth Tax 321 19, 20, 332 8, 11

Hollingreave 222 1, 3, 5; tithe 142 23

Hill Top clothier 54 70; mill occupier 132 39, 40, 45

Townstead clothier 21 17; Willow Hill 124 80

willow mill 161 17

Farrand, John Franklin, shunting accident 274 10

Farrand, John William 213 13

Farrand, Matty 284 16

Farrand, Maurice 311 26, 27i

Farrand Mill, damaged by flood 241 22

Farrand, Molly 313 28i, 29i

Farrand, Robert, Raines Mss 331 16

Farrand, Sarah, Shaw Hall 72 40

Farrand, Stanley: 293 26

paper boy 313 7

Farrand, William 213 13

Farrande, Edm’. 222 3

Farrande, Jam’ 222 3

Farrands (Pingle) Mill, Delph, woollen 14 10, 192 17

Farrang, William 181 8

Farrar, Farrer(s)

Farrer, James Saddleworth & Quick Title abstract 24 57

Farrer, James: Lord of the Manor Saddleworth

(or Quick) 14 1, 102 31-33, 35, 132 26, 50, 53, 54,  143 53, 174 56, 212 12, 223 3, 234 20, 254 11, 392 34

Akers estate, sale 62 29; Bakestone Pit 134 89

Ballgreave, lease 111 21

Barmborough Grange 52 17, 12111, 213 4, 294 7

Barnes (Manns) lease 84 76; Carrhead barn, lease 213 4

Clerks, deed 223 3; Cross, lease 302 13

corn Mill rights 62 26

Farrer, James:… Court Baron 143 48-51, 4 66-70, 151 4-6,  15 4 71, 161 10, 11, 2 29- 32, 3 46, 194 12, 14, 15

Ewood 14 1, 143 53; 223 3

Intack, Knowle, lease 12114; Gravemakers deeds 252 3

Greenfield leases 12111; Halls lease 82 32

Harrop Green 1770 map 174 56; lease 213 3

Hollins lease 12111

Lidyate lease 71 1; sale 73 55

Lower House, Boarsthurst, lease 254 11

Lydgate school trustee 292 13

Map the Inclosures Belonging 1770 91 1, 191 18

mill owner 132 41-43, 49

mills, sale of land for 132 26; Pinfold, lease 143 53

Raines Mss 331 16; Lord of Manor’s Representative 14 1

right of soil for commons 91 1; common rights 92 39

Roebucklow, Indenture 52 34

sale of Manor estates 52 17, 91 4, 212 12, 292 14

Shaw Hall lease 14 1; Stones, indenture: details, 112 42

Sunfield, indenture 122 39

Sunfield, Olivers, Thornses, sale 92 43

Thorneses lease 92 41

Wheowalls, lease 302 13; will 102 53 292 14

Farrer, John 72 23, 102 32,33, 35

Release of manor to James Farrer 102 35

Farrer, Mr., Hearth Tax 332 13

Farrer, Richard, Stoneswood Road 234 25

Farrar, William, Ewood, Midgley, Lord of S’worth

102 31-33, 35, 3 56, 392 34

Manor of Saddleworth Sale to 103 36

lease at Lydgate 73 54, 234 20

Yewtree, lease 191 17

Farrers: Bamborough Grange 72 23

Grotton Head, Chief Rent 303 18; Estate rent 102 35

Ewood, Mytholmroyd 132 25

Heathfields, lease 82 21; Lydgate, lease 234 20

Lords of the Manor 14 1

Saddleworth church, pew 72 23

Saddleworth deeds, Hewkin Collection 24 27

water rights for mills 132 25; Yewtree, estate sale 33 57

Farrars Arms: 14 13

& farm 63 34; new bar opened 364 17

Shaw Hall 63 35; toffee shop, butchers shop 63 35

Farrars well 63 34

Farron, Edmund, husbandman, servant Ashton Ch R 101 6

Farron, Elizabeth, Ashton Church Registers 101 6

Farrow, John, obituary 322 1

Farrs 293 14

Farthing, unofficial coin of Miles Schofield 104 66 i

Fartown, Huddersfield 54 62

Fascist Falange party 364 5

Fat, Alice 312 7

Faulkner & Co., canal carrier 182 8

Faulkner David Charles 332 27, 28

Fawcett, Mrs. 373 10

Fawcett, Rev. R., vicar, Leeds 221 6

Fawcett, Rev. Thomas, Oldham 153 49

Fawcitt Rough, cricket field, Austerlands 313 23

Fawkes, Walter, M.P. candidature 292 12

Fearley, John, Hearth Tax 332 11

Fearnelee 142 24

Fearnely, field name meaning 131 10

Fearnlee see also Farnlee Fernlee Fern Lea

Fearnlee: Chief Rental 102 34

Inclosure claim 83 49; rights ceased 92 34, 36, 37

Fearny, field name meaning 131 10

Feast of: Pentecost 112 30, 31, 33

Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary 112 31

St. Barnabas the Apostle 392 56

St. Martin the Bishop 112 30, 31, 33, 392 56, 3 74, 75

St. Michael the Archangel: 112 33, 313 11

Grant of Friarmere 162 24

St. Oswald 403 78, 79

the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary 162 25

the Apostles Philip & James 112 30

the Assumption … Blessed Virgin Mary 112 30, 294 10

Thomas the Apostle 112 33

Featherbed Moss: 54 57

beating the bounds 13 10

Featherstall Road 351 8

Feay, J.: Society Scrapbook: Will of Neddy Radcliffe 21 11

Feber, Jonathon 274 20, 21

Feber, Matilda, Rochdale 274 20, 21

Federative Insurance Company Ltd. 123 47

feeding & shelter centres 304 23

Fell, Brigade Commander, 17th division 402 41

Fell, Forth, Marsden 122 19

Fellow of: the Physical society 311 17

Pembroke College, Oxford 323 5

the Royal Geological Society 214 5

felt hatting: 221 15, 361 13

felt hatting mills 12 3; Old Hey 11 12

felt makers, manufacture 283 6, 13, 341 19, 3 12

Fenay, Almondbury 94 86

Fennings Fever Cure 304 17

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

Fenton, Captain, Spring Grove, M.P. 53 51

Fenton, Samuel, Court Baron, Steward 144 69,

151 4- 6, 4 71, 161 10,11, 2 29-31, 3 46, 194 12, 14, 15

Fenton, Sarah 152 28, 212 18, 19

feoffees 392 33

Feoffment 384 18, 19

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

Ferguson, Frederck William, owner Grotton hall 151 16

Ferguson, Lt.-Col., 79th regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Fern Hill, Shaw Hall, 372 16i, 17

Fernehough, Mr., teacher 344 13

Fernele, John: Greenfield Stye 112 30

Kyrkeby-in-Asshefeld Notts. 112 30

Fernele, William 112 30

Ferneley family, under research 312 33

Ferney Bank, Oldham 203 1

Fernhill, Wharmton, Greenfield 22 34, 63 34, 402 61

Fernihough, James, Dukinfield, Saddleworth Bank 384 6

Fernilegh 163 40

Ferniley Robert de, deed witness 403 79

Fernlee see also Fern Lea, Fernylegh

Fernlee: 21 13, 61 13, 3 47, 74 73, 301 15, 2 10, 322 11

deed 403 74i; 75i-78; early settlement 392 30

Inclosure claim 104 72; land grant 403 73

Fearnelee – Fife

Fernlee:. Staveley holdings 112 33;Rhyolite erratics 124 75

Fern Lee Farm 201 11

Fern Lee(a) Vale: Manchester Rd, G’field 11 10, 212 19

Mill, fire 11 10, 4 11, 191 1

(Sam’s o’Ben’s), wool 192 19

Sunday & Day School 11 10

Fernthorpe House, Uppermill 201 7

Fernylegh, Adam del 112 30

Fernylegh, John del, witness 112 30

Fernylegh, ,Robert del 112 30

Ferranti family, Knott Hill 264 3

Ferranti: tested radio marker buoy 242 15

War secret, Jelly Fish 222 6

Waterhead 324 28

Ferrol 381 7, 11

Ferrostatics, Glossop 324 28

fettling (dressing) shop 221 4

fettling day 313 6

Feuchy Arras 253 24

Feudal services 112 29

Fever hospital, West Hulme 304 16

Ffarand, John, & the occupyers, Hearthe Tax 313 15

Ffernylegh see also Fernlee

Ffernylegh, Johe del, freehold tenant, Staley Rental 163 39

Ffernylegh, Robtus del, freehold tenant, Stly Rtl 163 38, 39

Ffernylegh, Willo de, freehold tenant, tenant at will 163 38

Ffernyley Radus de, Staley Rental 163 41

Ffoaley, John, Hearthe Tax 313 15

ffriermeare Hearthe Tax Return 1664 313 13

ffulthropp, Dna de, freehold tenant, Staley Rental 163 38

fiddle sower 293 16

Field, Betty, Lane 42 34

field: boundaries 173 26

names 131 7; systems 153 40

Field House, Scouthead 374 11

Field House Farm 133 74

Field Top (Top o’ th’ Field), ds 1696 64 53

Fielden Association, Bloom Street, Manchester 31 7

Fielden 182 1

Fielder, George, Dobcross 363 14

fieldfare, fieldfare, local dialect 11 7

Fieldhouse, Dobcross 402 53

Fielding, Ben, Quick 124 70

Fielding, Benjamin, headmaster 294 8

Fielding, Betty: 281 16

Brimmy Croft, sojourner 52 33

Fielding, Eli 302 17

Fielding, Eliza Burrows, Higher Brownhill 83 58

Fielding, Isaac, Baguly 363 14

Fielding, James 281 16

Fielding, John, Ragstones 53 54, 404 96

Fielding, Mabel, contralto 344 26

Fielding, Madeleine 313 28i, 29i

Fielding, Mr., licencee, Globe Inn 12118

Fielding, Mrs., For Service badge 1914-19 353 12

Fielding, S. & mother 293 14

Field-Marshall Kitchener, portrait, 403 cover i, 64i

Fields, later Grange 293 5

Fife & Drum Band 14 11

Fife, photograper 192 8

Figueras, Spain 364 6

Fiji, missionary 181 12

Fildes, Mrs., radical reformer 321 5

Fillmore, John Nield 193 12, 4 17

filmshows, Delph M&LI 22 26

filter house: Ashway Gap 194 2, 203 14, 17i, 20

Castleshaw 181 2

filtering water 224 15

Finance bill 311 11

Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Glenvil Hall 304 5

financing mills, mortgaging 132 28, 33

fine counts, Egyption cotton 342 4

fines, Court Baron 143 46

fines for: dog fighting 233 14

lighting restriction 52 23

finishing 94 82

Fir, field name meaning 131 10

Fire & Ice: Impressions of a Saddleworth  Childhood in 1960s: Michael Fox 383 17-20

Fire: 391 6

appliances 43 39; Greenfield Co-op 24 62

beater Walk Mill 292 21, 23; death 351 7

Delph 34 4 24, 364 15; Denshaw Vale Printworks 282 12

drill 191 5, 344 12, 374 19; drills (school) 231 7

Eagle Mill fire 254 16, 17i; engine Royal George 24 62

hearth 313 11; hose coupling sizes 23 47

proof mills 343 2; protection scheme 52 23

sprinkler system 342 5; stove 313 11

fire-fighting equipment 191 1

Fire Brigade, Lees 312 11

Fire Service 21 6, 33 49, 42 23

Fire Station, Uppermill 224 23

Fireman, death Chew Reservoir 203 24

firing bakestones 94 74

First Aid: Mobile Unit car 304 24

Points 304 24

Post, Chemists shop, Uppermill 243 20

Post, Oddfellows’ Hall, Lee Street 304 24

First American Woollen Mill: Anne & Mike Haken,

part 1 163 43-45 part 2 184 12-14

First Class Honours in physics 311 17

First Fifty Years S’worth Secondary Modern School 23 43

First Lord of the Admiralty 373 7

first turnpike, milestone 281 cover i

First World War 1914-18, a Yorkshire  Territorial: K. W. Mitchenson, book rw 173 41-44

First World war 1914-1918: G. B. Howcroft:

book review. W. Mitchenson 173 41-44

First World War peace signing 202 2

Firth, Elizabeth, Arthurs 72 40

Firth, George 391 5

Firth, Grace, Arthurs 72 40

Firth, James 311 24

Firth, Joseph: 252 7

Hipperholme 252 6

Firth, Lucy 311 24

Firth Mary 213 2, 252 7

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

Firth, Mr., sewing machine manufacturer 114 75

Fife – Fletcher

Firth, Renben 353 3

Firth Street Mill, Huddersfield 343 2

Firth, William, Pte., killed in action 373 19

Firth, Radcliffe, photographer & Fairy Holes 244 10

Firth, Ruskin Byron 311 24

Firth’s Clifton Mills, Bailiff Bridge 343 5

fish & chip shop Oldham 123 47

fish: fruit & vegetables , shop 273 21

man, hawker 301 5, 313 4; merchant 301 7, 8

Fisher, Eliza, Diggle Bridge 222 22, 23

Fisher, James: 193 13

Sgt. (A/CSM) M.M., D.C.M. 374 6, 12

Fisher, Jane 252 11

Fisher, John 252 11

Fisher, Mary 252 5

Fisher, Oldham Pals 374 5

Fisher, Sarah 234 9

Fisher, William 252 5, 11

fishing 173 25, 392 54

Fishwick, Henry: 301 14

A Genealogical Memorial of the Family of Buckley 43 36

A History of the Parish of Rochdale 43 36

fist fights, Denshaw 241 18

fit for habitation 224 7

fitter 324 15

fitters, Dobcross Loom Works 1926 293 20

Fitton Hill, bronze coin find 114 71

Fitton, Jas., Chairman Trades Council 371 2

Fitton, John, Osterlands, husbandman, Ashton C R 101 6

Fitton, Robert, Wellihole, clothier 82 32

Fitton, William, Royton 164 64

Fitzgerald: 163 54

James, clothier 43 50

Fitzwilliam, Earl Lord Lt., Wentworth House 113 52

Five Prominent Oldham Men: Stubbs 24 57

Fixby Park 52 28

Flamborough Head, grey flint 124 73

Flanders 374 6, 392 39

flannel(s): 332 14, 343 12

finisher 23 53, 213 13; Great Exhibtion 121 4

manufacturer 44 67; warp dispute 32 22

weaver 73 58, 391 17

Flatt, field name meaning 131 10

Flavian Amphitheatre 181 4

Flavian dynasty 181 4

Flax: 93 45; Act 1552 sowing 21 18

Fleak, field name meaning 131 10

Fleet Air Arm 304 5, 353 15

Fleming, Bill: Letter: Cross Keys 261 23

Fleming ,Jack, barber’s shop, Oldham 61 5

Flemming, Frank 293 20

Fletcher Robert & Sons Ltd.: Greenfield 343 17i, 383 10

steam siren 304 23

Fletcher, Abraham, Uppermill 363 14

Fletcher, Charlotte, Mossley 331 19

Fletcher, Clifton, banker 21 7

Fletcher, Colonel, Bolton 104 78, 113 52, 124 68

Fletcher, Dr., Matthew, Bury 182 1

Fletcher, Freda 311 23

Fletcher, George, executed 293 2

Fletcher, Harold, bus driver 391 4

Fletcher, John 293 2

Fletcher, Joseph, timber merchant, Rochdale 384 14, 20

Fletcher, Kate 373 12

Fletcher, Mary 293 2

Fletcher, Mr., Swan Inn, Dobcross 233 12

Fletcher, Mrs. 373 9

Fletcher, Peter, Herdslow, ds 1817 203 7

Fletcher, Ralph, Commissioner: 213 6

Commons division 84 61, 92 39

Inclosure 81 8, 3 43, 91 7, 104 69

Fletcher, Rev. Dr. 352 25

Fletcher, Robert 343 12, 13, 17

Fletcher, Robert & Son Ltd paper manufacturer 283 9, 11

Fletcher, Sarah 114 80

Fletcher, William Henry, auctioneer 81 12, 114 80

232 11, 264 13

Fletewood, Grant of Friarmere 162 25

flexible tubing 283 9, 11

flight by Saddleworth man 44 57

flint adze head: 113 58

neoliothic, River Medlock, Holts Mill 103 41, 42

Tooter Hill, Bacup, Grooved ware 103 41, 42

Duggleby Howe, East Yorkshire 103 41

flint: angle graver 84 59

arrowhead; grave objects; 173 26 Hind Hill 42 24

blades 23 37; burnisher 153 35

chippings 112 23

colour, brown 124 76; grey 124 73, 76, 182 12

white 124 73, 76 77i; Black Moss 122 32

cores 182 13; flakes 23 36

dagger Ragstone: Dr. Pat Stonehouse 211 1i

flakes 124 73; implements 112 23, 3 56

industry types 103 43; knapping 182 12

knife, Shore Moor, Rochdale 103 43

Slatepit Moor, Carr Brook 103 43

material types 23 36, 37; microburins 23 37, 62 17i, 18

microliths 113 61; microliths rods 23 36, 37

microliths trapezoid 62 17i, 18

narrow blade industry 23 37; pygmy tool 84 59

scalene triangles/barbs 81 1

scrapers 84 59, 124 76, 77i; scraper awl 124 76

tools 153 35-39, 173 25, 27

tranchet axe sharpening flake 124 76, 77i

flint finds: types 152 18, 20-24

distribution Red Ratcher 62 16, 17i, 19, 20

Burley Moor Keighley 103 43

details 112 26, 28

Gilbert’s Island, Marsden 124 76

Rocher Moss South 2 102 21

Flint Implement Controversy: B. Barnes, part 1 112 23-29

part 2 113 56-62

flint site, excavation 24 66

Flint Pit 214 10

Flintlock guns 122 34, 36

Flint, Fred 292 21, 3 14

Flint Hill, Rishworth, iron age shale armlet 153 41

Flint, Mr. & Mrs. 293 15

Flixton 324 15, 22

Fletcher – Ford

Floating Light Inn: 13 12, 4 13, 53 42, 222 20, 391 17

foot race, Horse & Jockey 13 8, 31 5, 3 49

hill climbing contest 184 15

Naval receiving station 82 29

flock printing 372 15

Flockton, Thomas, joiner 52 25

flood drainage holes 14 21

flood height 1963 302 7

flooding of pits 113 47

florin coin 231 18, 2 24, 25

florist 262 7

flour dealer 14 20

flour prices 143 38, 39

Floyd, C. S. 112 37

Flying bomb, Greenfield 303 16

Flying Post: news-sheet 23 43

Foaley, John: 222 1, 303 21

Hearth Tax 321 20, 332 8

Foden, Sandbach, steam wagon builders 173 35, 36i

Fogg & Co., waterworks constructors 354 5, 8

Fogg family, Boarshurst 312 18

Fogg, George 312 18

Fogg, John Samuel, Greenfield Mill 73 58

Fogg, Sam, Dobcross, Loom Works 43 40, 42

Fogg, Thomas, Rye Top 312 18

Fold, Woods Lane, Dobcross, inhabitants 1924 292 17

Foley, Chris: book review; Cotton & Confederates:

All Our Tomorrows: Joyce Cynthia 373 25, 26

Folly Farm, Bishops Park 141 2

Folly, John: 222 3

Hearth Tax 321 19

Foly & Dixon, mortgage on warehouse 111 5

food & fuel office, High Street, Uppermill 242 15

Food Control Committee, fixed prices 53 45

food: rationing 374 21

rations for adults 304 22; riots Saddleworth 143 38-41

shortages 113 51; vessels 153 37

Foot: 363 17

mines 113 45

race 393 63i

Foote, Frances, Alton Pancras, Dorset 154 68

Foote, Jerome, Alton Pancras Dorset 154 68

footpath obstructions 32 32

Foott, Mary Nattle 312 23

For Service badge 1914-19, military hospital ser 35311, 12

For Their Sheepe in the Winter Season A.J. Petford 123 54-59

force of arms 404 111

Force of Destiny tune 164 61

Ford, Ann 234 22

Ford, Anne: 293 5

Lydgate Farm 222 6

Ford, Charles: 234 22

Oldham, glass & china dealer 293 5

Ford Cottage, Lydgate 71 2

Ford Cottage, Diggle 293 4

Ford, early motor vehicle 193 23-25

Ford, Edward, Causeway Set, tailor 31 17

Ford, George, the Grange, Lydgate 234 21

Ford, Henry 243 15

Ford, John, headmaster 294 7

Ford, Lizzie 292 20

Ford, Mrs. 292 20

Ford, Rev. C.: book review: St. Anne’s Lydgate:

The Story of a Pennine Parish:

Rev. C C.C.W. Airne 194 21

Ford, Sydney 292 20

Ford: ten 333 18

Van, early motor vehicle 193 24

Ford’s Dagenham 364 11

Forebay Lock plans 161 8

Foreff, Mr. & Mrs. Wm., Belgian refugee 403 65, 66i, 71

Foremans Mutual Society 324 19

forenames: abreviations 233 1

listed with dates of use, 1632-1886 293 10-12

lists by frequency 233 3-6

forest clearance 173 27

Forest of Sadelword 392 52

Forest Bank, Crib Lane 153 55

Forest Courts 143 42

Forester, C. W., Captain plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Forester 291 6, 382 10, 392 30, 36

Foreword: R. Tanner 11 1

forged bank note 142 27

Fornon, William de, witness 394 97

Forsyth, Rev. W. 313 19

Fort Lauderdale, USA. 393 62

Forth Rail Bridge 344 28

Fortune 181 4

Forty Five rebellion 293 2

Forty Row Heytop 12 16, 263 1, 312 9, 4 22

Forty Years..Moorland Parish: Rev. J. C. Atkinson 163 53

Forum Julii 293 27

Fosbrooke, Leonard, Shardlow, Derbyshire 151 13

fossil study 323 4

Foster, Corporal 353 7

Foster, Elisabeth: Who am I? 331 27, 28

nee Buckley 331 27

Foster, Frederick William, Fairfield, Carr Hill Mill 101 8

Foster, J. 164 64

Foster, John: 123 41, 153 48, 182 1

Class Struggle & Industrial Revolution 181 13

Marxist academic 151 1

Foster, Walter, Higher Croft, motor vehicle 193 23

Fothergill, Rev. John 152 33

Foul Moss, beating the bounds 13 11

Fould: footway in pain161 12; lease 154 72

Foulkes, Edward, Attorney, Weavers’ Union case 23 46

Foulkes, W., international goalkeeper 393 66

Foulrakes: Kinders Lane 33 45, 54, 51 15, 64 54, 72 41

221 6, 363 15, 19

datestone 1746 202 23; estate Spring Grove 41 14

land encroachment 84 63; Manor share claim 91 12

water 62 23

Foulrakes Green 104 69

Foulrakes (Kinders) Mill, Greenfield, woollen 192 19

Foulridge, tumuli, lecture topic 184 16

Foundation Stone, Christ Church 291 6

foundry 221 4

Ford – Fox M

Foundry, Dobcross Loom Works: 324 20

hooter 312 6

Foundry View, Diggle 402 50

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

Four Generations and Family of Walter Hewkin W. Donald Kershaw 314 19, 20

Four Lane Ends, Lydgate 71 2

Fourth Cohort of Breuci 181 4

Fowke, Francis, mortgage 102 31

Fowleach, Oldham 151 11

Fowler, John: Beeston Leeds 152 27

Hollingreave 222 1, 5; tithe 142 23

Fowley, John de, Hollingreave, tithe 142 23

Fox & Henderson, seaplane builders 353 15

Fox, Arthur, Independent candidate 304 6, 7, 10

Fox, Benjamin Buckley Uppermill 363 14

Fox, Charles James, ‘Real Whig’ faction 153 49

Fox, Hannah, Tamewater 104 82

Fox, James, Cattle Yard 403 85

Fox, John 391 20

Fox, Lawrence: master, Wharmton sch. 22 33, 104 81, 82

Tamewater, runaway son 34 63

Fox, Michael: A Thing Much Complained Of –  travel on Delph Branch in the 1850s 21215-17

A Wakes Outing to a Biscuit Factory 361 4-7

An Uppermill Schooling 342 13-20

Decline and Change 343 9-21

Early Air Travel over Saddleworth 19314

End of the Dobcross Loom 251 15

Exploring & interpreting

abandoned roads in Saddleworth 352 9-17

Fire & Ice: Impressions of a

Saddleworth Childhood in 1960s 383 17-20

Governing a Saddleworth Village-  The Uppermill Local Board 1868-1900 20412-22

Health & Community in Saddleworth  1900-1910, part 1 224 7-17 part 2 231 10-17

Industry in Saddleworth 1900-2000 343 9-21

Micklehurst Loop Finale 243 8

On the Road in Edwardian Saddleworth 184 15

Out with the Old, Policy of the Saddleworth  Urban D. C. towards Housing, 1900-39 273 7-14

Poverty & the Application of The  Poor Law in Saddleworth 1780-1900 273 16-18

Railways & Leisure – Saddleworth  Wakes 1910-1910 19112-16

Records of the Saddleworth  Friendly Family Burial Society 213 8-15

Saddleworth in 1841, A view  Through the Census 263 9-22

Saddleworth Industry in 1950 283 1-15

Saddleworth Mill Fires 191 1-6

Saddleworth WEA 234 30

Saddleworth’s Belgian Refugees WW1 403 62-72

Saddleworth’s Military Hospitals of the First World War 353 1-14

Saddleworth’s Textile Mills Bernard Barnes’ research file 192 15-21

Some Aspects of the Distribution of the Woollen…

Fox, Michael:..CottonIndustries in Saddleworth 19318- 21

Telegrams from Delph, Glimpses  of a Saddleworth Branch Railway 133 58-61

Textile Mills in Saddleworth 1886 211 2-8

Uppermill in the Nineteenth Century 183 10-22

Woolroad & the Huddersfield Canal 182 6-11

Workhouse Christmas 203 5, 6

Fox, Mr., Tamewater, commons claim 83 50

Fox, Michael & Peter: A Saddleworth Whitsuntide 313 16

Bygone Saddleworth 222 12

Delph Donkey 222 12

Pennine Passage 222 12

Saddleworth, Images of England:

book review, J. C. Carr 314 30

Victorian Saddleworth: 222 12

book review: Neil Barrow 174 54

Fox, Peter: The Home Front in Saddleworth, a Evacuee part 1 371 9-12

Fox, Peter & Sawkins Jeannie: The Home Front in Saddleworth part 2 393 69-71

Fox, Peter: A Local Showing, Magic Lantern 232 17-21

Cinema in Saddleworth;

part 1 The Early Years 2045-10  part 2 The Palace, 1920-1959 21316-21

Early Motor Vehicles in Saddleworth 193 22-25

Fairy Holes 244 6-11

History of Denshaw Vale Printworks 282 7-12

Local Steamers 173 34-36

Navvymen, Navvy Mission Castleshaw 1831-9

Photographic Legacy- Early  Photography in Saddleworth 192 5-12

Steam in the Valley: the Castleshaw  Waterworks Tramway 274 5-13

West Yorkshire 34th Volunteers  encampment at Saddleworth 1871 201 3-7

Fox, William Buckley, Saddleworth, shopkeeper 82 35

Foxdenton: 193 16, 17

Radcliffe family 302 12

Foxdenton Hall 63 42, 43

Foy, Alfred Robert, workhouse master 313 4, 394 88i

Foy, Janet Bessie, workhouse matron 313 4, 394 88i

Foy, Nancy 394 89

Foyle ,Fred 292 23

Fozard, Charles, Tamewater 363 14

Fozzards (Street House) Mill: Tamewater wool 12 3, 192 17

machinery details 121 4

frame spinning, worsted 343 3

France 113 52, 382 5

France, Ann, Slackfield 102 39

France, Elsie 313 2

France, Harold 293 21

France, James, Slackfield 102 39

France, Mr. & Mrs. 292 22

France, Rev. Isaac, Newton, Stalybridge 363 14

France, Robert, Slackfield 102 39

France, speedway 364 10

France, war with 143 40, 153 50

Francis, Charles 311 23

Francis, Emma Jane 311 23

Francis, George Edward 311 23

Franco, General 364 5

Franco-Prussian War 123 47

Frank Akroyd 1912-1998: obituary, Pat Wisenden 30 1 6

Frank Lord Convalescent Home 361 18

frankincense, tithe 392 56

Franklin Michael National Labour candidate 301 8-10

Fraser, Denise: Letter: Saddleworth Picture

Palace recollection 223 21-23

Fraser, James Grant 282 1

Fraser, Neil, British rail engineer 192 4

Fraser, Ross, Colonel, Militia, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Fraser, Neil 212 15

Fraunsays, Gilbert le, Lay Subsidy 404 111, 112, 116

Freare Meare (Friarmere) 142 22

Frecheville, Margaret 112 34

Frecheville, Sir Peter Staveley 112 34

Fred at t’ Bridge 312 7

Fred Dyson: Risk taker: Linda Baylis nee Dyson 401 11-33

Fred, Fat 312 7

Fred Holden of the Royal Naval Air Service:

Elsie Broadbent 353 14-16

Fred o’ Nappies, Fred Whitehead 293 24, 312 7

free by servitude, Convicts in Australia 274 17

Free Church Delph: 313 19, 20

public highway 74 70

Free Libraries 301 7

free tenants 392 32

Free Trade Hall, Manchester 371 2, 2 1

Free Will, field name meaning 131 10

Freehold: 112 34, 311 25, 363 12, 383 8, 392 32, 35, 403 73

estates held by lease for lives 1750 154 71-73

property, qualification to vote 363 12i-19i

tenants in Saddleworth 1397/8 163 38, 39

Freeholders: common rights 73 51

list Saddleworth Enclosure records 24 70

of Saddleworth 134 83, 293 2

Dinner speeches 13 5

share of commons & wastes 62 23

Freehousebank 363 14

Freeman, Col., CO National Reserve 204 8

Freemason 341 22

Freemasons: Queen Victoria memorial service 12 9

processions 211 11

freemen 392 30

French 344 28

French Allies 401 1

French, D. C., Conservative candidate 311 14

French, George, tramp 391 5

French, Huguenot 112 34

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

French Sir John, General 302 5, 372 2

French socialism 111 17

French National Assembly 153 49

French Republic 294 17

French Revolution 102 24, 153 48, 294 17, 321 3

French Top 152 27

Frenche, Thomas (alias Marrelewe) witness 112 31, 34

Frenches: 232 1, 262 6, 291 1, 6, 363 14, 18, 374 15

canal bridge horse death 42 23; co-op branch 302 17

Frenches: corn mill 112 35; farm lease 62 26

Inclosure claim 83 50; messuages auction 93 55

Photographer 192 11; spring water tank 194 8

Frenches Dyeworks 283 14

Frenches Mill: Greenfield woollen 142 25, 192 19, 383 6

ds 1715 64 54; fulling 62 26, 94 79,132 35, 42

Inclosure rights ceased 92 37; Old Mill 211 8

Platt family 84 72; rental value 63 43

Thread Works 211 8; water wheel 63 41

Frenches Station, Huddersfield & Manchester Railwy 93 55

Frenches Toll: Bar 14 13, 14

gate, side gate 354 2i, 362 16, 19i

Frenches Wharf: 84 71, 363 18

auction of 93 55

Frenches Works, Uplands Eskdale Ave.,Greenfield 273 21

Frenchesse, Gilbert le 112 30

Fretwell, John 112 30

Fretwell, Richard, Owlcottes 112 30

Fretwell, Roger, Heleby 112 30

Frezenberg Ridge 374 18

Friar (Friarmere) Lodge Delph: 122 21, 384 24

home of Ammon Wrigley 163 50

Friar Lodge Barn 363 14

Friarmere see also Freare Meare Friear Mear, Frier Mear

Friarmere 52 18, 122 38, 142 22, 161 14, 4 66, 214 5,

221 10, 35115, 21, 3 21, 392 40-46, 4 93

Friarmere & Delph Church Choirs 344 23, 364 15

Friarmere: access to Manor commons 92 34

Boundaries 392 34, 35i; Cemetery 354 14

Chapel seats 82 30; common rights 74 66

corn tithes 142 20; curate, Queen Anne’s Bounty 161 17

deeds to part of 394 93; earliest reference 1455 392 45

grant of to Roche Abbey 392 31; highway rates 211 17

Highway Vestry records 74 61

Friarmere Highways: B. Barnes 74 61-71

Lower Division, surveyor 274 6; map 74 64 i

poaching 34 62

rate payers, Waterworks Bill opposition 183 1

Friarmere Cottages 122 21

Friarmere Cricket Club: 252 17, 344 23

history 393 64

Friarmere Lodge: 74 62, 94 78

home of Ammon Wrigley 12 2

Woodbrow 221 8

Friarmere Model Farm, Byroms 264 4

Friarmere Relief Fund 113 65

Friarmere Roche Abbey estates 132 25

Friarmere Vestry map 91 6

Friarswood, Delph 193 23

Fricourt Morlancourt 374 5

Friend, Chew Valley, poem 362 22

Friendly & Trade Societies Act 31 12, 2 22

Friendly Societies: 23 45, 42 23, 72 27, 254 14

Act 1793 22 19; Libraries 92 23

Friends to Parliamentary Reform Royton 153 49, 50

Frier Mear, access to Manor commons 92 34

Frier Mear, Chapel seats 82 30

Friezland: 33 46, 143 40, 231 1, 2 3, 243 9, 291 6,

312 25, 27, 4 20, 333 11, 12i, 344 19, 364 16

372 17, 3 19, 4 10, 382 9, 4 23, 391 2, 402 54

Frenches – Fungi

Friezland: gas sidings 262 3; Manor sales 61 9

sewerage 224 12

Friezland Church 181 12, 294 24, 314 20

Friezland Goods Station, rail accident: 33 49, 391 19

closure 52 24; postcard 192 7i, 8

Friezland Line 303 15

Friezland Hall 264 4

Friezland School : 21 8, 44 57, 303 11

Day School to be closed 41 4, 5

defective heating 224 17; log book 202 1-5

inquest 391 13

Friezland School Memories 202 1-5

Friezland to Chew tramway via Swineshaw 194 5

Friezland Vicar, Church regalia, Hey top 12 17

Friezland ,Vicarage, new school site 42 23

Frith, Billy, school at Grange 264 5

Friton, John de Barton de, Quick land grant 392 37, 38

Frodsham, rhyolite finds 124 74

From the Diary of George Shaw: Maurice Dennett 281 5

From the Oldham Chronicle: Land sales:

Dannie Wright 232 11

From Whitelee to Nyack: Cheryl Westlotorn 32211-15

From Workhouse to the New World: Alan Saville 281 1-4

Front Bench, Shadow Defence minister 311 14

Frontinus, Roman writer 12 11

Frost, F. H., flour dealer 64 50

Frosty, field name meaning 131 10

Frosty Lee, Inclosure rights ceased 92 36

Frow, Edmund & Ruth, et al: Saddleworth Men

in the Spanish Civil War 364 5-14

fruiterers & green grocers 262 7, 273 21, 374 12

Fruits of Landlordism, The, talk 363 3

fruits 173 25

Fry, E. M., Shaw Hall Bank, postcards 192 11

Fry, John, coal supplies, Greenfield 262 8

Fryer, field name meaning 131 10

Fryer, Paul: A Grim Diary of Saddleworth, pt 1 391 3-19

pt 2 393 76-81 pt 3 403 82

A Saddleworth Guy Fawkes Night 1906 363 5

Christmas in Saddleworth 344 23-27, 352 6-8,

364 15-18

Pat Duffy: Colne Valley MP, part 1 304 5-1

part 2 311 11-13

Ernest Marklew, Colne Valley MP,

1935-1939 3017-12

The Formation of the Saddleworth

Labour Party 363 1-4

The Suffragettes in Oldham & District,

1905-1910 371 1-6, 21-4, 3 5-12

Fryston 104 82

Fuller, Dinah E., Gravesend, servant 154 67

Fuller, Hugh, Auditor, Grant of Friarmere 162 25

fuller, fulling fulling mill see woollen manufacture

Fulthorpe, Roger de, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland 392 38

Fulton County, Illinois 281 1

Fund, relief of Distressed Chapels, Methst Connexion 12 8

funeral costs 213 8, 393 80

funeral furnishers 273 21

fungi 173 25

Funion, Billie 293 24

Furlane: 33 45, 4 73, 76, 81, 73 cover i, 82 23,

92 34, 35 104 72, 112 29, 132 32, 363 17-19

Boarshurst 212 18, 253 8, 4 10; Chief Rental 102 34

common land 62 23; ds 1715 1750 64 54

Higher Kinders 13 15; Inclosure rights ceased 92 35

land encroachment 84 62, 63

Manor share claim 91 12, 13; shares disputed 91 14

pasture claim 91 15; Shaw family 193 16

Side Gate 362 16

/Kinders cotton/wool employee numbers 93 51

Furlanes 142 24

furnace tenter 324 21

furniture & effects for sale, Cross Keys 272 7

Furr, field name meaning 131 10

Further & New Andrew Birches, for sale 251 8

Further Barn (New Barn) Wall Hill 133 74

Further Hey Mill, Becket Street 362 8

Further Hollingreave 222 4

Further note on The Cherry Valley ChroniclesMaurice Dennett 212 25

Further Notes on the Buckleys of Bridge HouseMaurice Dennett 241 20, 21

fuse carrying case 214 6

fusible plugs 334 8, 9

fustian: man 52 32; manufacture 94 78

fustian weaver: 31 15, 52 34, 4 71, 153 49 384 12, 13

in Parish Registers 93 47

fustians (cotton & flax) Manchester area 93 45


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