SHSB INDEX HI-HZ

Hibbard, Mr. & Mrs. 352 25

Hibbert & Platt, Ferney Bank, Oldham 203 1

Hibbert, Ann 294 21

Hibbert, Elijah, Oldham, engineer 203 1

Hibbert, Mary Ann, Bury 12115

Hibbert, Mrs., cake maker 294 22

Hibbert, Ralph, Hearthe Tax 313 15

Hibbert, William 294 21

Hibbert’s Mill, Godley 202 6

Hickleton Main Band 273 20

Hicks, Canon E. L., Bishop of Lincoln 163 51

Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael, Board of Trade 351 3, 4

hide & seek 301 3

Higenbottam Frank: Rev. John Heginbottom, M.A.  Curate of Saddleworth, part 1 72 22-25,  part 2 73 47-51

Higginbotham, Joseph 72 22

Higginbotham, Margaret 72 22

Higginbotham see also Heg(g)inbotham Heginbottam

Higginbottom, Ancestry 272 18-20

Higginbottom, Benjamin, mill occupier 132 44

Higginbottom, Gordon 164 61

Higginbottom, James, mill occupier 132 44

Higginbottom, John: mill occupier 132 44

The Honest Banker & Step-son 162 34

Higginbottom, Joseph, mill occupier 132 44

Higginbottom, Samuel, mill own/occupr 132 27, 35, 41, 42

Higginbottom & Co., Frenches Mill, owner 132 27

Higgins, Michael: Royton trial transcript 151 2

Royton Races 153 48-53

Higginshaw: 333 21

Gas Works 274 6

Higgs, Herbert 333 20

High Barn 43 49

High Court of Chancery 61 11, 2 23

High Cross Project Chester, lecture topic 184 16

High days and Holidays: notes, John Cleverley 341 15

High Grove: 283 10, 12, 384 6

Grasscroft 401 6; Greenfield 193 25

High Grove see also Grove 51 4, 103 58

High Grove House, Greenfield 94 83, 402 60

auction 103 58

High Grove Mill: (Charlotte) Friezland 283 14

auction 103 58

basement air raid shelter 202 4; employees 353 4

scribbing, slubbing 132 30, 38, 52

spinning & dyeing 42 21, 94 83

woollen, cotton 192 19

High Grove Road, new Friezland School 202 1

High Grove Twist Co, cotton spinning & doubling 94 83

High House, Arthurs 72 40

High Kinders: 311 cover i, 15i; ds 1642 64 53

High Knolls, ds 1674 203 7

High Knowles 101 6

High Legh (Leigh) Cheshire 103 50-52, 54, 143 52, 372 6

High Mill, Dundee 343 6

High Moor: 54 69, 70, 72, 103 56, 164 66, 211 15-17,  241 10, 332 2, 351 15, 363 14,  372 6, 17, 4 14, 392 34, 49

aircraft beacon 242 14; cockfighting 241 18,  commons & waste lands for sale 53 47,  horse racing 313 24; Inclosure claim 92 33

land holding 91 1; lightning strike 283 1,  Manor boundary 163 47; pollen analysis 271 22, prize fighting 393 63; purchase 22 32

quarry death 134 83; Roman Road 261 1,  searchlight 214 22; water tank 211 16, High Moor Cricket Club 344 24,  High Road, A62, bank, boundary stone 291 9, High Sheriff: Lancashire, John Entwhistle 382 7

York 394 94, 96

High Stile: 143 54, 324 10

clearance area 273 13; Saddleworth Church 273 cover i

High Street 352 2

High Street, Delph: 302 cover i

closing order for domestic use 273 13

Independent meeting house, Lancaster 273 6

Oldham 104 66, 67; Roman Road visit 42 24

High Street Uppermill 23 47, 154 67,  244 18 262 7, 8, 273 21, 371 12, 401 14,  closing order for other use 273 13, wardens post 304 23

High Street Mill: 283 14

Uppermill, cloth finishing 183 11

woollen 12 3, 192 18, 3 24

High Treason 112 34

Higham, Eric, lecture 184 16

Higham, Mary, lecture 184 16

Higher & Lower Intakes, Road End, sale 251 8

Higher Ardwick 111 5

Higher Arthurs (Arthurs, Old Arthurs) 72 35

Higher Barn: 173 40,  ds 1728 64 54, 74 68

Swainscroft, Linfits, Newhouse Barn 161 14-18

Higher Broadhead Mill 211 5

Higher Castleshaw, ds 1713 64 53

Higher Castleshaw Farm 114 cover i

Higher Castleshaw Reservoir 74 66

Higher Croft, Grasscroft 193 23

Higher Cross, ds 1746 64 54, 81 9

Higher Dale: Delph 113 64, 65, 284 20, 354 19

cottage 113 63

Higher Delph Greaves Farm, auction 234 26

Higher Hill 264 2

Higher House, Cross 63 46, 47

Higher Hurst, Ashton-under-lyne 311 24

Higher Kinders 13 15, 72 cover i, 232 1

Higher Linfitts Farm 74 62

Higher Low, Back o’th Low 384 14, 16

Higher Mantelow Gate, Saddleworth, auction 81 11

Higher Shaws Farm 311 17

Higher Ship, demolition order 273 13

Higher Slack Farm, ds 1740, sale 101 16, 19

Higher Stones 112 40, 43

Higher Thurstons, demolition order 273 13

Higher Tunstead, ds 1692 64 53

Higher Wadehill Farm, livestock, feed auction 253 26, 27i

Highfield, Shaw 311 21

Highfield House, Lydgate Parsonage 152 31, 32

Highfield Inn, pit shaft 113 49

Highfield Place, Oldham 384 6

Highland Light Infantry, 15th Battalion 373 23

Highlee 363 19

Highley, John 393 79

Highley, Simon 393 80

Highly, John, farm, Denshaw 293 18

Highstile, Manor share claim 91 13

highway responsibilities 74 61

Highway robbers, Standedge 131 5

Higinbottom, J. A., Halifax 214 19

Higson, Charles: Lees 151 1,  material on Springhead 94 75,  papers, MSS 312 11, 4 18

Higson, Charles Ethelbert: 312 cover i, 13, 14, 4 18,  copy of Thomas Wrigley’s land plan 91 1

Springs & Wells …around Lees 111 18

Vestry map key, Quick& Shaw meres 91 7

Higson Collection: 333 3

Saddleworth references Index 313 23-15

Higson, Daniel, Crosby 312 13

Higson, E. Charles: 241 4,  Mss, papers 293 1, 312 11, 384 14

surname index 241 12

Higson, Elizabeth Charlotte nee Green 312 13

Higson Family: Howard Lambert 312 15i

Higson, gravestone transcriptions 332 19, 20

Higson, J., Birch Cottage, Lees 201 3

Higson, Jane Letitia 312 14

Higson, John: 71 1, 312 13i,  Lees, historian 161 5; Royton riot 153 48

Higson, John Hewett 312 13

Higson, Pte., Rifle Volunteers 201 4

Higson, Susanna 312 13

Higson, William 312 14

Higson, Oldham Standard articles list 312 14

Higson’s Brewery 312 13

Hilary 384 20

Hilbert, John, tollkeeper 362 17

Hilbrighthope (Ildbrictop): grange 404 112, cattle numbers 404 108; exempt Lay Subsidy 404 113

(le Delfe) Grant of Friarmere 162 23

monastery holding 403 81

Hildebricthope (Hillbrightthope), Friarmere 392 45

Hilden, Mary 263 11

Hill, B,. Sgt. 374 13

Hill 401, 841, Spanish Civil War 364 9

Hill 60 40241, 46, 47i

Hill, A. J. B.: Letter: Kennedy & Parker ancestry 232 24

Letter: Top o’ th’ Meadows 71 16

Hill, Amelia, Lectern Fall embroiderer 292 27

Hill, Arthur 332 1

Hill Barn: 54 70, 212 20

closing order for agriculture use 273 13

Inclosure claim 83 46; Runninghill 294 10

Hill Barn Lane 284 9

Hill Beech Avenue 304 17

hill climbing contest 184 15

Hill Crest, Delph 344 25

Hill, Elizabeth, Hearth Tax 321 21, 332 9, 12

Hill, Elsie 332 2, 3 15, 20

Hill End 61 11, 3 42, 101 17, 241 9, 284 20, 311 23, , 361 13, 3 13, 17, 374 15,  clearance area 273 13; datestone 1773 203 7,  Inclosure claim 83 44; Inclosure rights ceased 92 37

Hill End Farm 393 80

Hill End House, Delph, for auction 71 11

Hill End School, Delph 222 18, 294 17

Hill End, Stonebreaks, ds 1773 64 55

Hill, Eric 294 23

Hill, Florence Ina 333 16

Hill, Frank: 332 2, 3 16, 20, 22

Co-op manager 292 20

Hill, G. H. & Sons, contractors, Dovestones 194 4, 203 20

Reservoir plans 194 5

Hill, George 332 1, 3 15, 17, 20

Hill, Harry: 292 22, 4 23

Pte., killed in action 391 9

Hill, J., Greenfield Co-op committee 361 5

Hill, J.E., County Coroner 391 6, 12, 13

Hill, James: 141 1, 332 1

Licensee 254 14; Melbourne confession 171 18, 20-22

(Jimmy o’Pappys), ex miner 391 3

Hill, Jenny (Jane), Mottram 252 11

Hill, John William 332 1

Hill, Marian 333 17

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

Hill, Nancy, Husteads, sojourner 82 35

Hill, R. K., Captain, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Hill, Roland 332 1, 2, 3 14, 20, 22

Hill, Samuel 402 52

Hill, Sophia 332 1

Hill Street, Salford 363 14

Hill Top: 51 12, 4 68-74, 122 24, 141 10, 2 25, 161 16,  272 12, 281 8, 12, 314 29, 352 13, 14, 371 15, 384 11,

(Beswicks) 34 71, 94 77, 101 17

Chadderton 44 53; Chief Rental 102 34

Coalpit Field 34 71; ds 1753 203 7

ds 1750 64 54; forts 173 26

home of Ammon Wrigley 12 2, 163 50

Inclosure claim 83 50; Inclosure rights ceased 92 37

Lees family 54 67

Hill Top Lane 164 67, 392 34

Hill View, New Delph 281 16

Hill, W. F., Lt-Col., 53rd Regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Hill, Water Engineer 211 13

Hill, Wilfred, family 332 1-5, 314-22

Hill, Wilfred: The Memoir of Wilfred Hill, part 1 332 1-5

part 2 333 14-22

Hill, William, Swedenborgian Minister 54 61

Hill, S., Ashton, Fairy Holes visit 244 10

Hillhouse: Huddersfield 54 62

Yard Huddersfield 192 3

Hills & Heather of Stalybridge & Saddleworth 22 29

Hills, estate survey 74 81

Hills, Lydgate 151 1

Hill – Hinchcliffe S

Hills, Margaret, Moorcroft 41 16

Hills, smallholding, Lydgate 321 7

Hill, Thomas, Pte., death from wounds 391 19

Hilton & Woolley, mill occupier 132 35

Hilton, Betty, Garners 51 13

Hilton, Brookbottom 92 33

Hilton, Charles Kershaw, The Thorns 372 17

Hilton, Esther 274 18

Hilton, Holly Grove 222 3

Hilton, Isaac, Garners clothier 51 13

Hilton, James: Garners 51 13

Lees, Quickedge, voters list 363 15

Prospection, Greenfield 41 11

Trustee, Wharmton Charity 273 3

Hilton, Jane, Ashton Church Registers 101 7

Hilton, John & Co.: New Lydgate Mill cotton Sping 101 10

Quickedge Mill, cotton 101 10

factory attacked 124 71

Hilton, John: Ashton Church Registers 101 7

Quick, voters list 363 15; Oldham 221 6

Hilton, John Edward, S’worth Banking Co. clerk 41 6

Hilton, Joseph, Pit Bank Farm, Oldham 22 23

Hilton, magistrate 202 14

Hilton, Martha, Ashton Church Registers 101 6

Hilton, Mr., cotton spinner 364 21

Hilton, Sarah, Garners 51 13

Hilton, Thomas, Garners 51 13

Hilton, widow, Freizland 382 9, 4 23

Hinchcliffe see also Hinchliffe

Hinchcliffe 293 21

Hinchcliffe, Alfred 314 28

Hinchcliffe, Ann 281 12

Hinchcliffe, Aurelia Buckley 314 28

Hinchcliffe, Bill 292 23

Hinchcliffe, Billie 292 20

Hinchcliffe, Bright 314 15

Hinchcliffe, Edith 292 20, 314 15, 28

Hinchcliffe, Elizabeth, Minsey Croft 73 59

Hinchcliffe, Fred: 314 15

Delph M&LI secretary 13 2

Hinchcliffe, Frederick 281 14

Hinchcliffe, George: 143 50, 281 12, 14

Dobcross Loom Works 43 40, 42

land encroachment 84 68

Hinchcliffe, Harold 284 19

Hinchcliffe, Harry 292 20

Hinchcliffe, J., Abels 83 56

Hinchcliffe, Jas, New York 33 52

Hinchcliffe, John: 242 16

amerced 143 50; Foulrakes, voters list 363 15

Minsey Croft, labourer 73 59

Roadend, Sunday School Inspector 12 13

Hinchcliffe, Mary 242 16, 281 14, 4 19

Hinchcliffe, Maurice Michael 314 17

Hinchcliffe, Mr. & Mrs. John James, foreman H&H 292 20

Hinchcliffe, N., duo 344 25

Hinchcliffe, Nathan 281 14

Hinchcliffe, Sarah 281 14

Hinchcliffe, Susannah 281 12

Hinchcliffe, William Dobcross 111 21

Hinchliffe see also Hinchcliffe

Hinchliffe, George: Brownedge, Chief Rental 102 34

Marslands 34 70

Hinchliffe, James: contractors Delph M&LI 32 26

Marslands 34 70

Hinchliffe, Joah, Pte., killed in action 403 86

Hinchliffe, John: Foulrakes 33 55

Road-end, Saddleworth Banking Co. 384 6

Hinchliffe, Mary, Marslands 34 70

Hinchliffe, William, Marslands 34 70

Hind Hill, flint arrowhead 42 24

Hind, Rev. Richard, vicar of Rochdale 294 19

Hindenberg line 402 45

Hindle, John, Darwen 104 68

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

Hinds, The Booth? John, Wood, masonChief Rental 102 34

Hippodrome, Olympia 262 9

Hipwell, H., Court Mill, employee numbers 93 51

Hirst see also Hurst

Hirst, A 103 58

Hirst, Albert: 403 83

road sweeper 292 22

Hirst, Anne: Ballgreave 111 21

nee Martin, Tamewater 104 83

Hirst, Arthur 292 18

Hirst, Ben: governor, H & W Educ. Foundation 273 4

Knott Hill Farm 264 3

memorial Saddleworth Churchyard 24 55

Tamewater, mill lessee 211 7

woollen manufacturer 104 83

Hirst, Clara 403 83

Hirst, Edna 292 18

Hirst, Eliza 391 6

Hirst, Emily 391 6

Hirst, Eric 292 17, 20

Hirst estates, lots for sale 31 9

Hirst, Ethel 292 18

Hirst family: Bankfield Mill 24 55,  Estates, Dobcross 24 55, 56, 31 9, 10; sale 24 55

woollen manufacturer, Ladcastle Hall 294 19

Hirst, Florence, Tamewater 104 83

Hirst, Fred 292 17, 3 20

Hirst, Freda 292 22

Hirst, George: 213 13

Hearthe Tax 313 15, 321 19, 20

Hirst, Harold 292 18

Hirst, Harry: 293 21, 4 23

Top Store Dobcross 292 20

Hirst, Ivan 1916-2000: obituary 302 25

Hirst, Jack: Manor House 292 17

railway worker 292 22

Hirst, John: 252 6, 391 5, 10

Ballgreave, clothier 111 21, Dobcross 74 67

J.P., memorial Saddleworth Churchyard 24 55

Kinders, Sunday School Inspector 12 13

Ladcastle, mill lessee 211 7

woollen manufacturer 104 83

Hirst, John James, Ryefields 83 58

Hirst, Jonathan, Foulrakes, farmer 33 55

Hirst, Joseph: Ballgreave 111 21

Bradburys, factory worker 42 31

Diggle, water in pain 151 7

Hirst, Joshua: 104 83

Memorial, Saddleworth Churchyard 24 55

Mottram, mill lessee 211 7; Woods House, D’cross 31 9

Hirst, K.: book review: With Ammon Wrigley in  Saddleworth: S. Saville 143 37-38

Hirst, Leonard, farmer 293 21

Hirst, M., Oaken Hill 53 54

Hirst, Madge 292 17

Hirst, Maria 281 14

Hirst, Mary Hannah 313 27

Hirst, Matthew, Hustead 73 60, 82 35

Hirst, Michael, Waters, farmer 144 74

Hirst, Mr. 122 24

Hirst, Mr. & Mrs. 292 18

Hirst, Peggy, Oaken Hill, farmer 53 54

Hirst Pinnacle (family monument) 362 3

Hirst, Polly, chip shop 292 21

Hirst, Reg. 324 14

Hirst, Reggie, Woods Lane 292 17, 3 19, 20

Hirst, Robert 213 13

Hirst, Ronnie 292 20

Hirst, Samuel, leased cottage Load Hill 12 17

Hirst, Thomas 403 83

Hirst, Tom 281 14

Hirst, Walter 292 17

Hirst’s fulling mill, damaged by flood 241 23

Hirst’s Measurement Works 364 13

His Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools 344 14

His Majesty’s Court of the Exchequer 313 11

Historical & Descriptive Notes on Droylsden… :

John Higson 312 13

Historical Gazetteer & Directory West Riding 13 5

Historical Register, proposed 1971 11 3

Historical Sketches of Oldham: Edwin Butterworth  book review: J. M. Hunt 114 81

Historical Society Publications 52 22

History …Woollen & Worsted Industry: E. Lipson 21 8

History of Colne Valley 14 4

History of Rochdale & S’worth: James Butterworth 14 3

History of Saddleworth Schools: Morgan Brierley 64 59

History of the Back O’th Low, Strines Roland Broadbent 384 7-20

History of the Church of St. John Kirkheaton: Tolson 51 6

History of the Denshaw Vale Printworks Peter Fox 282 7-12

History of the Normans: Chambers Bros. 193 5

History of Waterhead: Rev. R. J. Hunting 113 45

History of Whalley: Rev. T. D. Whitaker 174 56

History.. H’uddersfield Woollen Industry:Crump et al 21 8, 42 22

Hitchcock, Ann 313 28i, 29i

Hitchcock, Stanley, Manor House & Churchfields 153 56

Hitchen, George, Old Tame, voters list 363 15

Hitchenson, Vincent: It is no more! 303 26

Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy, filming 111 7

Hitchinson family 333 13

Hitchinson, Gladys, High Grove 303 11

Hitchinson, John Edwin 303 11

Hitchinson, Merab Ann 303 11

Hitchinson, Vincent 303 11

HMS Invincible 304 5

HMS Tribune 221 7

HMS Vernon 293 26

Hoar, Mr., Headteacher, Falklands Islands school 202 2

Hoarest, Horest, field name meaning 131 10

Hob Hole: 131 19, 363 15,  lease 154 72

Hob Hole Mill (Lower Grove; Grove; Greave;

Red Hall) Friezland wool & cotton 192 19

scribbling 132 38, 53

Hobart, Elizabeth 234 9

Hobart Town 171 20

Hobbs, Graham K.: Letter: Grasscroft Co-op 281 19

Hobkyne, (Hopkin) Judythe, Nether Lees 184 12

Hobson 134 90

Hobson, Edward, Pendleton, High Grove Mill 94 83

Hobson, H. M., Greenfield, vehicle washing 304 25

Hobson, Herbert, Pte. 402 52

Hobson, James: Intack Head Inclosure claim 83 45

London merchant, mortgage 132 51

Oldham shopkeeper, Manor share 52 17

land/mill owner 132 38, 44, 49

Saddleworth New Bank notes 142 30

Thurstons 134 89; Inclosure claim 83 45

Hobson, John, baliff, Earl of Warrington 163 47

Hobson Joshua Huddersfield Radical part 1 52 25-29,  part 2 53 49-52 part 3 54 60-64, Hobson, Joshua: editor Northern Star 111 16

Imprisoned, unstamped newspaper 53 52

Obituary: Huddersfield Weekly News 52 254 63

text of addresses 53 51, 52

Whistler at the Loom’ 52 25

Socialism as it is 54 61

The Voice of the West Riding 53 51

Hobson, Mary 254 10

Hod Hill, Dorset 181 4

Hodge Clough pit 113 47

Hodge, field name meaning 131 10

Hodge, Joyce, organist 312 3

Hodge, Mary 294 26

Hodges, Doris 292 18

Hodges, Ethel 292 18

Hodges, Florence 353 22

Hodges, Jack 292 18

Hodges, James, Dorset, labourer 354 13, 16

Hodges, Jim 292 18

Hodges, John: Letter: 1953 Coronation Delph 232 26, 27

Letter: Delph Picture Palace 212 25

The Echo in Castleshaw Valley 301 22

Hodges John: Letter: photographs of horse-drawn

carriages 231 21, 23

Letter: Robert Shaw & Guardian Assuarance Co. 22321

Hodges, Mary 292 18

Hodges, Mr. & Mrs., WRCC worker 292 18

Hodgkinson, C., Chief Constable, Oldham 351 9-11

Hodgkinson, Sgt. 331 19, 20

Hodgson, Alice 272 3

Hodgson, George, Heywood Lane 391 7

Hodgson, Isaac, Lees, in pain 151 6

Hodgson, Mary 391 7

Hogg’s Instructor, library periodical 92 24

Holbeck, Leeds 264 14

Holbert, John, emigrated to Philadelphia 313 21

Holcombe Brook coal, (seam) Delph/Denshaw 93 50

Holcome Brook Print works, Walk Mill 293 13

Holden, Abigail, Holden’s 23 52

Holden, Albert 313 2

Holden, Alice: Holden’s, Holden’s Smithy 23 52, 53

nee Broadbent, Davy Smithy 24 71, 72; Primrose 32 38

Holden, Alice Ann 344 11

Holden, Ann, Knot Hill 54 73

Holden, Anna, Davy Smithy 24 71

Holden, Anne, Delph Slack 101 17

Holden, Ben, Holden’s 23 53

Holden, Benjamin: Dobcross 41 15

Lane 23 42

Holden, Betty: Delph Slack 101 17

Holden’s 23 53; Marslands 34 70

Standedgefoot 64 62

Holden, Buckley: clerk, St. Chad’s 381 16, 2 9

parish clerk payments 223 2

Pobgreen, voters list 363 15; Primrose 32 38

Holden, Charles 263 10

Holden, Dan, Greenfield Co-op Soc 64 50, 302 17, 361 5, 6

Holden, Daniel: Davids Smithy 24 71

Dobcross, blacksmith 23 52; Holden’s 23 52, 53

Kinders clothier 51 15

Holden, Ellen, Davids Smithy 24 71

Holden, Esther 263 10

Holden family: 213 3, 292 23

Brown Hill Naze, under research 312 33

Holden, Frank 293 20

Holden, Fred: 213 13

P.C., RNAS 353 15, 16

Holden, George Albert 294 26

Holden, Hannah 263 11

Holden, Holly Grove 222 3

Holden, J H. 354 25i

Holden, James: (paul’s) 141 11

Davy Smithy clothier 24 71, 72; Delph Slack 101 17

Hadfield 344 11; Holden Smithy Inclr rights ceased 92 37

Holden’s, Holden’s Smithy 23 52, 53, 41 16

Intake 263 11; Knowle, shawl manufacturer 12116

Littlemoor 141 11, 12; Marslands 34 70

Woolroad, voters list 363 15

Holden, Jane: Davids Smithy 24 71

Delph Slack 101 17

Holden, Jas, Holden Smithy 83 45

Holden, John: 73 53, 12114

Carr Barn, excommunicated 44 68

Clough Bottom 32 38, 61 8

damages against 143 51

David’s Smithy 64 56; clothier 24 71

common land 71 6

Harrop Edge common 63 40; Harrop Edge quarry 24 72

Holden, John: Delph, Manor sales 61 8

Holden, John: Harropedge, voters list 363 15

Holden Smithy, Inclosure claim 83 45

Holden’s clothier 23 52, 53, 41 15

Royton 221 9

Saddleworth Church Warden 32 39

Sykes’s Cottage 83 47; lease 54 67

Thornes, clothier 92 41

Weakey, land encroachment 84 67

Holden, John & Co., Temperance Hotel, Primrose 32 39

Holden, John William, football team 293 25, 4 25

Holden, Joseph: amerced 144 67

Davids Smithy 24 71; Harropedge in pain 144 68

Holden’s 41 16

Holden, Martin, Primrose, woollen cloth weaver 32 39

Holden, Mary: 213 4, 223 4

David Smithy24 71, 72; Delph Slack 101 17, 19

Hawkyard 51 15; Holden’s Holden’s Smithy 23 52, 53

Marslands 34 70; nee Bradbury Davy Smithy 24 71

Holden, Millie & mother 293 15

Holden, Milton, Marslands, paper maker 32 37

Holden, Miss, Gailey Hall 44 59

Holden, Nathan: 133 64

Davids Smithy 24 71; Hawkyard 51 15

Holden’s 23 53; Davids Smithy, blacksmith 24 71

Holden, Nathaniel: Kinders, blacksmith 84 76

Kinders, in pain 144 68

Holden, Paul: Davy Smithy 24 71, 72

Holden’s, Holden’s Smithy, clothier 23 52, 53

Holden Ralph 32 39

Delph Slack, clothier, mason 101 17-19

Hearth Tax 321 18; Primrose 32 38

Saddleworth 93 46

Holden, Robert: 223 4

Davids Smithy 24 71

Holden Roger N. Lancashire & Yorkshire  Textile Mills 311 1-10, repeated pt 1 342 4-12,  pt 2 343 1-8

Holden, Ruth, Holden’s 23 53

Holden, Sally, Delph Slack 101 19

Holden, Sarah: Alice 312 30, 321 27i

Davids Smithy 24 72; Delph Slack 101 17

Hawkyard 51 15; Holden’s 23 53

Hollingreave 44 65; nee Kenworthy, Sunfield 23 52

Thornes 92 41

Holden(‘s) Smithy: 23 52, 53 41 16, 92 37, 213 4

Inclosure claim 83 45; land encroachment 84 67

Manor share claim 91 13; (Nun Ings) 163 39

Weakey 391 12

Holden, Thomas: Holden’s 23 53

Holden Smithy, Inclsure rights ceased 92 37

Holden Smithy, Manor share claim 91 13

Marslands 34 70

Holden v Whitehead action 64 57

Holden, William: 263 10, 11

Causeway Set, shawl manufacture 21 15

mill owner 211 5

Holden, Elizabeth 312 17

Holden’s newsagents, Uppermill 312 1

Holdens 92 42

Holdens, Uppermill 352 2

Holding, Mr., radical 31 7

Holdsworth: Brunclough, Inclosure claim 83 44

Halifax, New Stone Age settlement 153 35

Hole, James, Yorkshire Union of Mec. Inst secretary 93 58

Holehouse: 14 14, 15, 33 11, 363 13, 17

Inclosure claim 83 51; Inclosure rights ceased 92 35

land encroachment 84 61; sojourner 44 67

tunnel 303 15

Holehouse Farm 201 11

Holehouse & Shepley Lane Head Turnpike 42 20, 54 57,  354 1, 362 15

Holford, J. P. G., Major, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Holinggreave, Alexander de, deed witness 394 94, 97

Holingreave: see also Hollingreave, Holyngreve/gref,

Hollin Grove, Holly Grove

Holingreave, Roger de 404 107, 112, 116

Holladay, James 182 3

Holland, Brian, Manor Farm, Shelderslow 111 19

Holland, James ,Rochdale 22 23

Holland, Martha, Halls 82 34

Holland, Robert de, Lord of Saddleworth 392 32

Holland, William 351 9

Hollands de 392 38

Hollenwurth, John, Hollenwurth Hall 112 30

Hollin Bank Farm, Denshaw, floorboard inscription 32 24

Hollin Bank, demolition order 273 13

Hollin Crescent 51 5

Hollin Grove 241 5, 253 23, 262 17

Hollin Hall 51 4, 131 19, 20

estate 131 20

Hollin Heys 264 3

Hollinbank auction 81 12

Hollinbank: (Hollin Bank) 52 32, 81 14-16, 114 85,  123 55, 58, 4 66, 67, 363 17

coal railway route 183 23i

gravestone inscriptions, St Thomas’s 204 11

Hollingreave see also Holly Grove, Hol(l)yngreve

Hol(l)yngref, Hollin Grove, Holly Grove

Hollingreave Three early deeds: Mike Buckley 303 17-23

Hollingreave: 32 37, 42 33, 4 65-67, 83 57, 92 34, 36, 38,  112 41, 132 49, 141 10, 2 23, 151 9, 11, 161 7,  212 14, 222 1, 3, 4, 6, 241 6, 9, 4 15, 303 17-23

Chief Rental 102 34; common land 62 24,  de Staveley holdings 112 33,  deeds1599, 1636, 1641 303 17-23, pre early settlement 392 30

Edward, witness 222 1

Estate 222 3; maps of 222 2

map Ralph Wood’s survey 1779 91 17, 303 17i

freehold estates 392 33; horse way 161 12

Inclosure claim 83 46, 104 72; rights ceased 92 34, 36, 38

Manor share claim 91 13; shares disputed 91 14

Middle Hollygrove 91 16

ownership chart 1590-1653 303 23i; tithes 1669 222 1

turbury stone claim 91 15

Wharf-Runninghill Head road 82 27

Wrigley; WeakeyMill, Diggle wool 192 18

Hollingrove 363 13, 14, 17, 19

Hollingwood see also Hollinwood

Hollingwood: 333 17, 363 15

branch line 123 44; canal 393 58

Mill, buildings 123 48

School at, Walkers Charity 294 7

Hollingworth: 324 26

Domesday 392 27; family origins 193 16

Hollingworth, Betty 361 13

Hollingworth, Edward, C.B.E. 353 25

Dobcross Loom Works 43 41

Jacquard mechanism patent 34 64; Moordale 31 9

Hollingworth, Eli, Postmaster, Dobcross 41 6

Hollingworth, George, Hollingworth Hall 112 29

Hollingworth Hall 112 29, 30

Hollingworth, Higham 71 14

Hollingworth, J. W., tenant Grotton Hall 151 16

Hollingworth, James: 21 11, 221 3, 5, 2 21,  294 10, 19, 361 13

Board of Guardians 334 11; Quick clothier 294 9

sweet shop, Bar House 301 1; Woods House 31 9

Hollingworth, John James, Bar House 292 24, 312 4

Hollingworth, Mary 21 11, 294 10, 393 78

Hollingworth Mill, Glossop 252 5, 11

Hollingworth, Mrs.: For Service badge 1914-19 353 12

Dobcross Loom Tea Party 43 40

Hollingworth, Sarah, Hollingworth 71 14

Hollingworth, William, Hollingworth Hall 112 29

Hollins: 14 13, 33 54, 123 55, 58, 142 24

212 22, 243 1, 2, 294 14, 302 15, 363 16

(Hollin, Hollings) field name meaning 131 10

deeds 12111; Inclosure claim 83 48

Inclosure rights ceased 92 36; Intake 12 16

Hollins Green 123 55, 58

Hollins Hey, ds 1744 64 54

Hollins Lane: 13 16, 123 55, 58, 192 22

tollbar 14 15, 362 16, 19i

Hollins View Diggle, Chemist 262 8

Hollinsbank 251 1, 3

Hollinwood: 42 33, 403 64

canal, coal pit, wharf 241 16

Chapel owner Knot Hill 54 74

Holland, James, Primrose, stone miner 32 39

Hollow, field name meaning 131 10

holly, as fodder 123 54, 222 1

Holly Bank 123 55

Holly Bank Farm 123 55

Holly Grove see also Hollyngreve Hol(l)yngreave)

Hollingreave

Holly Grove: 123 55, 58, 222 1, 264 6,  293 23, 303 17, 404 112

closing order for unknown use 273 14

demolition order 273 13

Holly Grove Eagle, poem 303 24, 25

Holly Grove farm(s) 222 3, 4

Holly Grove House 294 18, 313 1

holly haggs 123 55, 58

holly hedges 123 58

Holly House: 123 55, 384 6

Hollins Lane 13 16; navvy lodgings 13 16

holly names, Saddleworth map of 123 56i, 57i

Holly Ville: (Hollyville), Greenfield 41 14, 82 20, 94 79,

Holly Ville: 221 6, 262 15, 351 1, 363 14, 384 6

Hollyngreve Hol(l)yngreave) 222 1

Holm & King, Diggle railway bridge 222 21

Holm Clough 104 68

Holman, Mr., antiquarian bookshop, Buckingham 43 37

Holme: 123 54, 55, 143 50; field name meaning 131 10

Holme & King of Liverpool, Mumps Bridge 263 23

Holme Clough: 194 5

beating the bounds 13 11

Holme Clough Head, Manor of Saddleworth boundy 151 6

Holme Edge, manor boundary 143 50, 151 6, 194 12

Holme, John, Knot Hill 54 74

Holme Moss, TV transmitter 213 21

Holme, Peter, obituary 343 29

Holme, Rev. John, Hollingwood, voters list 363 15

Holme, Rev. Thomas, Clough house 103 59

Holme Valley: 124 70

field clearance 153 40; Luddite uprising 52 27

Holmes: 323 17, 4 20

allotment 323 17; sports field 331 8

Holmes, C. E., ironmonger 331 22

Holmes, David 313 28i, 29i

Holmes, Kenneth 311 27i

Holmes, Mr. & Mrs. 352 25

Holmes, Valerie 313 28i

Holmes, William 393 80

Holmfirth: (Holmefirth) 14 15, 94 87, 111 13, 123 54,  143 50, 68, 171 1, 14, 181 12,  241 11, 294 22, 301 8, 402 54, 3 43

Emergency Hospitals 304 25: Luddite suspect 124 69, Holmfirth Anthem tune 112 37, Holmfirth Choral Society 112 37

Holne (Holme) Yateholme 392 27

Holroyd 391 20

Holroyd, Benton, Pte. 40252

Holroyd, Betty 262 17

Holroyd, C., Spring Head Farm 83 55

Holroyd, Dan Garners 51 14

Holroyd, Edwin Lees 262 17

Holroyd, Elizabeth Ann 272 11

Holroyd, Evelina 272 11

Holroyd, Frank, Woburn Abbey 293 16, 19, 20

Holroyd, Helen 262 17

Holroyd, Herbert, Valenciennes 264 3

Holroyd, James, Puleside, Marsden 233 13

Holroyd, Jane 262 17

Holroyd, John 262 17

Holroyd, Joseph 272 11

Holroyd, Linfitt Lees, Garners 272 11

Holroyd, Mary 262 17

Holroyd, Rev. John: Indepdt Chapel, Delph 262 17, 381 18

voters list 363 15

Holroyd, Sarah 272 11

Holroyd, William 114 80

Holt, field name meaning 131 10

Holt Family: Ashworth 394 93

land holdings 403 80

Holt, Ada 364 17

Holt, Betty 143 53

Holt, Bob, greengrocer 313 7

Holt, James: 193 2, 9

Rochdale (Rachedall) 392 46

Holt, Jane, land dispute, Higher Barn 161 14

Holt, Joan, Lectern Fall designer 292 27

Holt, Lucy, Ashton 274 20, 21

Holt, Richard, Higher Barn, land dispute 161 14, 16

Holt, Robert 143 53

Holt, Thomas, Runninghill 403 63

Holthead, Almondbury 103 59

Holte, Ashworth 394 96, 98

Holton, Harry, engineer 391 18

Holts: 54 69

Ashworth, Rochdale 52 18

Holy Communion 384 21

Holy Trinity Church: Dobcross 133 71, 72, 322 17, 18, 153 54, 181 11, 294 13, 17, 36415, 372 18, 401 1

Baptisms 1788-1837 microfilm 34 58, 

Burials 1788-1837 microfilm 34 58

J.Kenworthy memorial 40 2 48

Holy Trinity, Shaw 243 4

Holyngreve see also Hollingreave, Hollyngreve

Hol(l)yngref, Hollin Grove, Holly Grove,

Holyngreve: (Hollungreve, Honlyngreve) 161 7, 3 39, 40

Holyngreve, Adam de: witness 392 55

deed Saddleworth Church 222 1; Stanlaw deed 303 17

Holyngreve, Richard de: witness 392 55

Stanlaw deed 303 17

Holyngreve, Robert del 222 1

Holyngreve, Roger 51 4

Holynworthe, John, Mottram 112 30

Holyworth, Robt., witness 112 31

home brewed beer 221 12

Home Front in Saddleworth 371 9-12, 393 69-71

Home Guard: (Local Defence Volunteers) 212 6, 242 13,  324 18, 333 21, 353 23

arrangements, Saddleworth, 304 22-28,  base, Old Original P. H 242 13; bases 242 13,  full listing 304 22-28; Standedge Tunnels 243 20

waterworks detachment 203 17

Home Guard in Saddleworth 304 22-26

Home Guard, A Co., Uppermill Drill Hall 242 13

Home Guard, B Co., Springhead Drill Hall 242 13

Home Guard, C Co., Denshaw Drill Hall 242 13

Home Guard, HQ., Greenfield Drill Hall 242 13

Home memories: Ben Brierley Ben 181 14

Home Office: 113 53, 124 68

directive, congregating in groups 374 19

report Saddleworth 321 3

Home Secretary 371 5

Homes, iron aqueduct, Derby Canal 73 43

Honley: 391 3

hoard roman coins & brooch 153 41

Honley Wood, Iron Age enclosure 153 41

Honorary Canon, Manchester Cathedral 331 15

Honour of Clitheroe, de Lacy holdings 392 42i

Honour of Pontefract: 392 27

Stapleton manors 392 41i

Honour of Wakefield 102 31

Honourable East India Company Forces 382 4

Hood, J., Head Warden HG., Ten Trees, Grasscroft 304 23

Hood, Jack, Cllr., J.P. 211 20

Hood, John, station master, Montgomery 351 2- 5

Hope (Victoria) Mill, Uppermill, cotton 192 19

Hope, Juvenile Temperance Society 354 7

Hope Moorhouse & Co. 312 22

Hope, Roman God 181 4

Hopkin, Mill, fulling 52 34, 363 17, 18

Hopkin, John, witness 303 20

Hopkin, Mary 184 12

Hopkin, Robert 184 12

Hopkinson, John, Pte., killed in action 373 21i

Hopkinson, Charlie, Cllr.: 313 3, 393 80

ribbon cut 364 17

Hopkinson Close: 344 27, 352 3

Wakes ground 204 5

Hopkinson, Dolly 313 3

Hopkinson, Edmonde, witness 112 31

Hopkinson, Mrs. 341 15

hopscotch 301 3

Hopwood, Dr. Robert, Mayor Stalybridge 194 3

Hopwood, John, prize fighter 393 63

Hopwood Mill, Lees Road 94 79

Hopwood William de, deed witness 392 51, 55

Hopworth, Frederick, Mancs. Saddleworth Bank. 384 6

Horebiry, Thomas de, deed witness 394 96

Horest 72 27, 3 49, 214 18, 363 15, 19

Horest Lane: 251 3

coal 25422, 23

Horest Mill: Old Tame cotton 192 16

cotton spinning, steam power weaving 12 3, 3 13, 72 26,  93 50, 4 77, 78, 264 4,  sale 94 78

Horlicks malted milk, infants school 231 6

Horn, Annie 292 23

Horne, Henry, Corps Commander 402 41

Horne, James, Pte. 374 13

Horne, Ned, ganger 222 18

Horner, Leonard, Factory Inspector 273 18

Horrocks, Thomas 133 64

Horrox & Co., Calf Hey Mill 282 7

Horrox, Anne 133 63

Horrox, Jonathan 133 63

Horse & Jockey Inn: 13 12, 4 14

foot race 13 8, 31 5, 3 49; licensees 402 36

searchlight 214 20, 242 13; sentry box 242 14

Waymark (S’worth Museum) 291 8

Horse: ambulance 41 5

death 42 23

drawn cab 232 2; car Delph 31 4

carriages, photographs of 231 21, 23

coach for Delph Donkey 212 15; coal wagons 241 16

milk float, trap 232 2, 304 12

vehicles 202 16, 231 22i, 314 24, 323 4,  331 19, 2 4, 3 18, 391 13, 403 82

hunters 152 17,  horse races 313 24; Runninghill 294 19

horse power, (HP) mill list 63 43

Horse Stone Edge, Manor boundary 151 6

Horsedge, lands 232 22

Horsedge Street, Oldham: 371 2, 3

unlicensed beer houses 13 4

Horsefall see also Horsfall

Horsefall: 153 51

field name meaning 131 11, 153 51

Horsefall G. B.: Letters from Ammon Wrigley 282 13-15

Saddleworth Datestones 202 22-25, 3 7-12

Horsefall, Mr., woodwork teacher 344 8

Horsefield, John, Tunstead, cotton weaver 94 77

Horseston Edge, Manor boundary 194 12

horseway, Tamewater to Knarr 104 82

Horsfall see also Horsefall

Horsfall, Abram Brun Clough 263 13

Horsfall, James, Fairbanks, farm labourer 23 51

Horsfall, John: 263 13

Royton riot 153 48

Horsfall, Mary 263 13

Horsfall, Michael Critchlow, Cottage 52 22

Horsfall, Sally 263 13

Horsfall, William: Brun Clough 263 13

Marsden Luddites 52 27, 103 47

assassination 113 54, 55

Horsfall’s compensation 173 30

Horsfall’s Mill 173 29

Horsfield, John 73 49

Horsforth, Greenfield, new council houses 273 9

Horsforth Road, Greenfield 232 2, 303 14

Horsley, Woodhouse 324 17

Horsleydown, Southwark 273 6

Horstonedge, Manor boundary 143 50

Horton, Arthur, navvy family, Castleshaw 222 17

Horton, Joshua, Howroyd, indenture 54 73

Horton, Rev. Thomas, Rector Whittington, indenture 54 73

Horton, Sir Watts, cock fighting 241 18

Horton, Sir William, Chadderton indenture 54 73

Horton, Tho., Justice of the peace 133 62

Hose 142 25

hospital ship, St David 402 43i

Hoste, Solomon Peter De la, Lt. Col., Mancs Regt. 293 2

hot pea man 304 17

Houchin, George, tram driver 331 18, 21

Hough, Elizabeth 391 8

Hough Hill, Stalybridge 233 15

Hough, Haugh, field name meaning 131 11

Houghton, Joseph, Austerlands, voters list 363 15

Houghton, William, Ashton 352 7

Houghtons 12 17

Houlden, John de, Rinningehill, tithe 142 23

Houlden, Nathanial, Court Baron Juror 143 49, 51

Houlden, Ralph: Hearthe Tax 313 13

Gatehead, tithe 142 25

hound trails 301 3, 313 3

Houplines, heavy casualties 402 41

house & shop, cottages Delph Bridge for auction 234 23

house furnishings 262 8

house hold effects for auction 252 25

house keeper 302 10; maid 252 18

House of Assembly, Australian Parliament 312 22

House of Commons 22 19, 192 13, 363 1, 371 5, 2 1, 3

House of Industry for Reception of the Poor 73 58, 273 16

House of Lords: 124 69, 363 3, 382 4,  Select Committee 194 8

house sparrow, spadger, local dialect 11 7

housebote 392 54

household contents, Grottonhead 151 8

Household Suffrage 52 26

Household Words: Charles Dickens 171 3,  Charles Dickens, Saddleworth Exhibition 22 29,  Saddleworth Exhibition report 93 62

householders in Saddleworth in 17th C. 313 11-15

houses: 392 54

offered for refugees 403 63, 64

overcrowded & insanitary 231 14

Houses of Parliament 384 24

Housesteads (Husteads) 82 34

Housing Act 1936 273 11

housing clearance areas 273 9; housing drive 311 12

How, field name meaning 131 11

Howard, Ann 394 99

Howard, Anne 272 12

Howard, Beech Avenue 304 17

Howard, Benjamin, farmer’s boy 394 99

Howard, Betty: 272 12

Deanhead 32 36

Howard, Dora 281 14

Howard, Ethel 394 99

Howard, Frederick, emigrated 394 99

Howard, Herbert, emigrated 394 99

Howard, James: Crowstone Gate 272 12

Thomas, Hyde 12115, 16

Howard, John, Slackhead, Inclosure claim 83 49

Howard, Joseph: Glossop, spinner 394 99

Halls, clothier 82 33

Howard, Katherine 304 18i, 352 7

Howard, Kathleen 314 15

Howard, F., Major, M.B.E., M.C., T.D. 212 2

Howard, Mary 281 14, 304 15, 18i

Howard, Michael, M.P., Buckton plant opening 203 20

Howard, Mr., blacksmith, school street 371 11

Howard, Mrs., Delph, archive donation 74 71

Howard, Nathan, Ashton-under-Lyne 83 53

Howard, Nathl., Ashton-u-L, Saddleworth BankngCo 384 6

Howard, Parker, Woodhouse Mill 281 14

Howard, Roy 304 15

Howard, Senior 74 68

Howard, Thomas, Globe Inn owner 12117

Howard, Tony 304 18i

Howard, William 272 12, 394 99

Howards & Buckleys, Staley Mill 341 6

Howarth 343 4

Howarth, Abraham, Pinfold, clothier 64 64

Howarth, Albert, stricker, imprisoned 111 16

Howarth, David, dog fighting 233 13

Howarth, Eliza, tollkeeper 362 15

Howarth, Geoffrey, M.P. 373 7

Howarth, I., Hollin Bank, Denshaw 24 60

Howarth, J.: Letter: Saddleworth Banking Co. 41 13

Howarth, Jack 164 61

Howarth, James, Stalybridge, Saddleworth Bankng C 384 6

Howarth, James Henry 391 2

Howarth, John, Pinfold 64 64

Howarth, Jos., Stalybridge, Saddleworth Banking Co. 384 6

Howarth, Mary, Pinfold 64 64

Howarth, Mrs., Bowden 373 7

Howarth, P., tollkeeper 362 16

Howarths, Dobcross 16461

Howcroft, A. J., Col., O.B.E. 53 37, 134 83, 231 2

architect & archive 401 7, 8; Bill’s O’ Jacks 171 7,  Chapelry & Church of Saddleworth 51 8, 362 1,  George Shaw material 193 17; Inclosure map key 91 1,  Saddleworth Place names 73 59,  Tales of a Pennine People 134 84,  Township Map of Quick, Diocese of Lichfield 382 24

Howcroft, Ann, Lunatic Asylum record 352 17

Howcroft Collection: Maurice Dennett 134 83, 84

Howcroft, G. B. Col.: 134 83

First WWI …Yorkshire Territorial 222 12

George Shaw of St. Chad’s 31 10, 3 46, 134 84

Letter: Kedlock carts 91 15,  Saddleworth Museum 42 18, 401 8

The First World War… 1914-1918 353 25, book review: W. Mitchenson 173 41-44

War in Saddleworth a Thousand Years ago 53 37-44

Howcroft, Gilbert Burdett, architect 401 7i, 8i

Howcroft, Mr., Bluecoat School 233 10

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

Howcroft Mss 164 71

Howden, Ralph, Hearth Tax 321 21, 332 9, 12

Howe, Elisa: Letter: David Charles Faulkner 332 27, 28

Howel’s Head, Manor boundary 151 6, 194 12

Howell, Samuel, Saddleworth exhibition artworks 93 59

Howord, H. de, deed witness 392 55

Howorth, James, Wood 43 46

Howroyd 54 73

Hoxton Academy, London 381 3

Hoy, Chris, Olympian 393 57

Hoyle, James 114 80

Hoyle, Mr., Mossley 363 3

Hoyle, George’s son, assistant S’worth Banking Co 33 41

Hradil, Ivan, charcoal analysis, trees specified 271 23- 24

Huddersfield: 14 13, 51 6, 2 27, 63 42, 73 55, 4 63, 81 11,  91 11, 2 33, 102 38, 4 83, 111 2, 13, 14, 2 34, 3 52, 4 78,  132 40, 46, 47, 53, 171 11, 3 29, 181 11,  241 9, 3 11, 4 18, 294 8, 22, 301 11, 363 2, 3, 384 6, 12, 402 54

armed outbreaks 104 79; Board of Works 54 63,  Chartist riots 333 1, 2; coaches to 74 79,  Committee of Merchants & manufacturers for

the suppression of Luddites 103 47,  estates of Ramsden 112 34; Fair 293 17,  Improvement Act 52 25, 3 50, 4 63,  King George V visit 202 1; Manor share claim 91 12,  Orphans Prize Quartette 364 15; Parish 392 25,  Parliamentary Borough 53 50,  Peace Petition 1808 103 46; railway traffic 212 15, 16,  Short Time Committee 52 28, 29,  strikers’ meeting 111 15, 16; woollen industry 343 1, 2,  Yorkshire Automobile Club, branch 184 15

Huddersfield Bank 33 40, 41 9, 13, 292 3

Huddersfield & Manchester Canal 323 12

Huddersfield Canal Co., Huddersfield Narrow Canal:  51 4, 5, 82 27, 111 1, 4, 122 31, 182 6, 3 11,  222 1, 262 3, 292 9-11, 304 11

Acts of Parliament 24 57, 73 43; agent 294 11,  Aqueduct: Royal George 241 cover i,  bridge Diggle, land encroachment 84 66,  Back o’ th’ Lee, Inclosure rights claim 92 38,  Black Moss flood, Committee on 173 30,  Boat Inspector 33 49; Boat Lane 174 60,  Brun Clough: land encroachment 84 66,  loss of water 63 41 cargoes, details 111 3,  carrier destinations 182 8; services 22 25, 111 1, 182 8,  closure 182 9, 214 13; damage west side 84 69

cloth value to canal tolls 292 11,  Diggle, canal diversion, map 44 60, 61i, 62,  Inclosure rights ceased 92 38; land purchase 74 74,  Diggle Bridge land at 61 9

Diggle Bridge Mill 62 28; ownership of 132 54

Diglee, bridge at 84 70; Inclosure claim 83 45

Reservoir, land encroachment 84 66

General Asssembly 214 15; getting stone 74 75

Holden Smithy, part ownership of 23 53

Hollingreave 91 17; Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

Information pack 173 32; investment 73 57

Long Holden Smithy, Inclosure claim 83 45

Long Lee & Little Lee 83 45

Manns Wharf 84 74; stable 84 71

Marslands land at 33 44

Mill Town Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

Milestone Stalybridge aqueduct 73 45

minutes 173 29, 214 11; no traffic for a year 51 8

Plans 42 20, 161 8; progress of construction 73 43

renting turnpike tolls 84 70

shares 71 20, 111 1,1 5; shares auction 43 45

tonnages 111 3, 162 33

Tunnel, 44 60, 52 23, 73 43, 92 30, 111 3,

182 6 214 15, 294 14, 18

boat control 214 11

legging 241 cover i, opened 294 14

plans 161 8, 9i

Uppermill, Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

Ward Lane, Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

warehouses 84 68, 69

wharf limekiln & new road west end of tunnel 84 70

Wharf Mill land encroachment 84 66

wharves 84 68, 313 8

Woolroad, agents house 84 71; Inclre rights ceased 92 38

Smithy 84 71; terminus 92 30

warehouses111 1, 2,2 cover i; workshop 84 71

Huddersfield Canal Company Records 84 68-71 

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

Huddersfield Narrow Canal Saddleworth H S 313 16

Huddersfield Cattle Market 324 13

Huddersfield Cloth Hall, Market 103 46, 121 3, 221 14

Huddersfield Conservative Club 402 61

Huddersfield Corporation: 112 34

reservoirs 201 9

Huddersfield Examiner: 122 19, 171 17

Delph line complaints 212 15

Marsden Memorials 173 31

Huddersfield Mechanics’ Institute 92 21, 93 58

Huddersfield Mill owners’ petition, Ten Hours Bill 52 28

Huddersfield Public Library, Whitley collection 112 29-36

Huddersfield Railway Circle, collection 192 4

Huddersfield Road: 374 14, 16

Delph 291 1; New Delph, tramway 274 5

seats 231 14

Diggle 313 27; Dobcross 133 74

No.1077 Scouthead, wardens post 304 23

Oldham 263 23; Waterhead 12226

Huddersfield St. Lukes, Emergency Hospital 304 25

Huddersfield Technical College 311 17, 334 12

Huddersfield Technical School exhibition 273 5

Huddersfield Tramways Department 374 18

Huddersfield Weekly Chronicle 54 63

Huddersfield Weekly News 54 63

Huddersfield to Manchester line 192 1

Huddersfield to Stalybridge railway 182 9

Huddersfield & Manchester Railway Co 93 55, 122 31, 282 1

balance sheet 24 58,  Oldham Branch Line Act 282 1

Huddersfield & Manchester Railway & Canal Co. 214 11

Huddersfield & Manchester turnpike 14 9

Huddersfield & New Hey Turnpike Trust 14 14, 74 61, 351 21, 4 1, 362 16, 17

abandonded road 352 10, 4 cover i; report on state 14 15

Hudson, Albert 312 2

Hudson, Alice 284 17

Hudson, Charlie 292 23

Hudson David 234 23, 26

Hudson E., Cllr.: magistrate 391 18

Headmaster Delph Wesleyan School 31 7, 2 33

Hudson, Edith 281 16

Hudson, Edward, Chalford Gloucester 21 8

Hudson, Edwin,: Society archives 74 71

A History of Delph Methodism 12 7

Hudson, Ernest 284 19

Hudson, Esther 284 17

Hudson, family, Delph, under research 312 33

Hudson, Frank 311 23

Hudson, Fred 311 22

Hudson, Hannah, school teacher 293 17

Hudson, Hannah Jane 311 22

Hudson, Henry, Headmaster Greenfield Council Sc 284 19

Hudson, Ida, Woolroad 293 19, 20

Hudson, J. W., Mechanics’ teaching methods 92 21, 25

Hudson, Jane 284 19

Hudson, Job, Ambrose, weaver 34 70

Hudson, John: 284 17

plumbing Delph M&LI 32 26

Hudson, Leah: pianist 312 2; teacher 344 6, 9

Hudson, Mary, Ambrose 34 70

Hudson, Miss, interpreter 403 66

Hudson, Mr.: 293 22

Councillor 403 66; Medical Officer workhouse 144 62

Hudson, Norman Cuthbert 281 16

Hudson, Rev. W. 391 18

Hudson, Thomas, apprentice joiner 202 2

Hudson, William: 193 12, 311 22

Ambrose 34 70

Hudson, William Henry 314 15

Hue & Cry & Police Gazette 221 7

Hue & Cry, Bill’s O’ Jacks 171 12

Hugh, Shaw, Pownall Hall Cheshire 12117

Hughes, Arthur, Paradise 141 16

Hughes, Beech Avenue 304 17

Hughes, Captain, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Hughes, Emrys, special constabulary 304 22

Hughes, Ernest, Wellhead Cottages, Heights 161 18

Hughes, James, Manchester, voters list 363 15

Hughes, John Edward, Pte. 374 13

Hughes, Mr. & Mrs. 304 18i

Hughes, Oldham Pals 374 5

Hughes, Sarah 374 13

Hughes, Stanley, Bradford 272 14

Hughes, Thomas 374 13

Hugyn, Taylor 163 41

hula hoop competition 344 27

Hulby, J. & family 292 22

Hull: 111 2, 4, 143 39, 363 16-18

canal carrier destination 182 8,  field name meaning 131 11; Museum 374 12,  ships from 111 1; to Selby, trading vessels 111 1,  wakes destination 191 12

Hull Brook: 74 66

Castleshaw, reservoirs 211 13

Hull Mill: 22 34, 113 64, 211 5, 4 8, 222 15,  262 17, 4 5, 283 12, 14, 302 7

bakestone quarry 142 36

Bridge, destroyed by flood 241 22; chimney 103 45

cotton, scribbling, woollen 12 3, 93 49, 4 74, 77, 192 16

mortgage 113 65; rent & rateable value 13 13

smoke pollution 231 16; surgical dressings, dusters 242 15

tail goit, rent for 234 26

Hull Mill Farm & cottages auction 234 26

Hulley, Arthur, Brimmy Croft, clothier 52 33

Hulley, James, Lane 14 9

Hulley, John: Butterhouse 44 66

Peters 24 73; Slackfield 102 39

Hulley, Joseph 311 23

Hulley, Mrs. 234 26

Hulley, Robert, Crowshawbent 151 10

Hulley, Sarah, Peters 24 73

Hulley, William: Butterhouse, sojourner clothier 44 66

Peters 24 73

Hully, Benjamin, Barn & Mans 84 75

Hully, Jane, Brimmy Croft 52 33

Hully, John: Barn & Mans, clothier 84 75

woollen power weaver, slubber 84 78

Hully, Joseph, Barn & Mans 84 75

Hully, Mary, Brimmy Croft 52 33

Hully, Sarah, Minsey Croft 73 60

Hully, Squire, Minsey Croft 73 60

Hully, William, Minsey Croft clothier 73 60

Hulme 111 5

Hulme family estate, Manchester 202 19

Hulme, Gladstone 292 23

Hulme, William, farmer 391 16

Hulme Grammar School 302 25, 344 14, 353 21,  364 13, 373 8, 24

Hulme Hall 132 45

Hulme Hall Lane, Miles Platting, searchlight 21420, 22

Hulmes, James 391 12

human sacrifices 173 26

Humber: early motor vehicle 193 23

road & water connections to 292 3

Humberette, early motor vehicle 193 22

Hume, Joseph, radical Whig 52 26

Humphrey, Rev. J. H., vicar, Royton 294 21

Humphreys, Roland 393 79

Humphrys & Oakes, Bristol 401 8

Hundred Courts 143 42

hunger strike processions 111 15

Hungerford, John, Millcroft, sojourner 34 73

Hunslet 82 24, 132 54

Hunt, Memorial, Delph Independent Chapel 281 16

Hunt, Betty 284 18

Hunt Clough Colliery, tram way 241 16

Hunt Ebenezer 273 6

Hunt, Edward, Cllr., licensee, Colliers Arms 35113

Hunt, Henry: 104 79, 182 1

M.P., imprisoned Peterloo 192 13, Orator”, radical reformer 321 5,  unlawful assembly 104 79

Hunt J. M.: A Radical Error 151 1-3

Another Bakestone Pitt 142 36

book review: Historical Sketches of  Oldham: Edwin Butterworth 114 81

Castleshaw Moor- an Early Attempt  at Enclosure in Friarmere 164 66-73

Common Arable Farming at Diglee 174 56-61

Cotton Mills of Oldham 222 12

Drawings of Canal Works 161 8, 9

John Rooth & Co., Carriers 111 1-6

Old Saddleworth: Higher Barn 16114-18

Old Saddleworth: Higher Castleshaw 114 83-85

Old Saddleworth: Hollingreave 91 16-18

Old Saddleworth: Manor House Doctors Ln 153 54-56

Old Saddleworth: Wallhill Barn 133 74, 76

Saddleworth Records, part 1:  Wentworth –Woolley Papers 102 31-36

Saddleworth Tithes in 1669 142 20-25

Saddleworth Union Bank 162 33-36

Saddleworth’s Other Bakestone Pit 134 89-92

Some Local Settlement Certificates1697-1741 133 62-64

Staley Rental 163 38-42

The Rise & Fall of George Francis  Bradbury 114 74-76

Hunt, J. M., Peroni, R.: Pikelow, Lydgate 44 53-57

Hunt, J. P., Lt-Colonel plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Hunt, James 284 18

Hunt, Job 284 18, 314 15

Hunt, Jonathan, navvy, accident 274 10

Hunt, Julian 294 11

 

Hunt, Ken 294 23

Hunt, L., recitation 344 25

Hunt Lane coal pit 241 16

Hunt, Margaret E. 314 15

Hunt, Rev. Henry 273 6i

Hunt, Rev.Thomas: M.A., curate Oldham 181 6, 7

master Oldham Grammar School 181 6

Hunt, Richard, conveyance Quick land 103 53

Hunt, Sarah 354 15

Hunt’s Bank, Manchester 192 3

Hunt’s trial at York 391 20

Hunter Archaeological Society Sheffield visit 42 24

Hunter Gatherer Linsgreave Clough Lee Cherry 18212-16

hunter gatherers 81 3, 173 25

Hunters Hill: abandoned road 352 14

Harrop Edge, Bronze Age find 153 37

indenture 122 39

hunting land 404 108

Hunting, Rev. R. J., Vicar of Waterhead 113 45

Waterhead Colliers 113 45-50

hunting rights: 12111

Friarmere Moor 114 77, 78

Stapleton’s 392 31, 32, 54, 3 63

Hunting Wars of Saddleworth 22 30

hunting with hounds 163 52

huntsman 154 68, 324 15

Huntsman’s crucible steel process 294 16

Hurd, Pte., Rifle Volunteers 201 4

Hurley, John, Pte. 374 14

Hurst see also Hirst

Hurst & Blackett, publishing company 93 62

Hurst, Alice, Abels 24 70

Hurst, Anne, Ballgreave 111 21

Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne 341 2

Hurst, Ben, Abels, clothier 24 70

Hurst, Benjamin, Ballgreave, clothier 111 21

Hurst Brook, Ashton rising 124 71

Hurst Cemetery 253 23

Hurst, David, farmer, Woods 261 1

Hurst District, ASD&D Waterworks 194 3

Hurst, field name meaning 131 11

Hurst, George: de Harropp, tithe 142 23

Ewe (Yew) Tree shoe maker 191 17

Hearth Tax 332 8, 11; Whitelee 83 51, 92 36

Yewtree, tithe 1669 212 9

Hurst, Hannah, Carr Barn 44 68

Hurst, Harry, Pte. 374 14

Hurst, John: & Sons 334 11, 391 5

Ewe Tree 191 17; Pobgreen, voters list 363 15

Hurst, Joseph: Abels 24 70

Carr Barn clothier 44 68; soldiers’ discharge 321 24

Hurst, Martha 213 2

Hurst, Mary: Abels 24 70

Stockport 191 17

Hurst, Nelly, The Parsonage 32 38

Hurst, Ogden Buildings 402 51

Hurst, Oldham Pals 374 5

Hurst Peter: Almondbury Manor Court. Rolls:

book review, Mike Buckley 403 87-90

Hurst, Samuel’s Heirs, amerced 143 48

Hurstfield 363 16

Hurts, Billy, Carr Barn 44 68

Husband, Robert, Collector, Constable, Hearth Tax 332 13

husbandman 14 20, 34 74, 42 19, 51 12, 64 63, 84 75,  92 40, 3 46, 101 6, 2 35, 111 20, 2 31, 33, 3 63,  131 19, 143 52, 151 8, 213 2, 222 3,  253 9, 11, 4 9, 10, 12, 293 3, 303 18

Huskisson, President Board of Trade 52 25

Hussars: 11Bn 401 1

15 Bn, at Peterloo 192 13, 321 5

Hustead, field name meaning 131 11

Husteads: (Housesteads) 82 34, 132 47, 241 1

Estate 104 83; Estate, William Hardman 82 36

Farm sale 31 10; Hustidd 142 22

Inclosure rights ceased 92 36; indenture 82 35, 36

Roman fort 53 43; valley 24 55

Wall Hill Clough, Dobcross 82 34

Husteads Mill: Wallhill Clough 241 1

cotton, woollen, carding, scribbling, spinning,  roving, finishing 12 3, 94 82, 132 37, 47, 192 17,  mortgage 82 36

Hutchinson & Hollingworth Co. Ltd. Dobcross

Loom Works 91 18, 221 1, 251 15, 293 21,  324 17, 334 11, 343 12, 17i, 413, 32

Belgian refugees 403 71; Director 374 22

Newspaper cuttings 24 58; power looms 283 6, 11

steam siren (air raid warning) 304 23

textile engineers 301 2

Hutchinson family, Higher Barn, freehold sale 161 15

Hutchinson, John: 361 13

model exhibits Saddleworth 93 61

Hutchinson, Jonathan, Growth of Timber, talk 92 26

Hutchinson, Mr. 294 19

Hutchinson, Mytholme Mill, saw mill, joiners shop 31 9

Hutchinson, printer, Uppermill 93 57

Hutchinson, Surgeon, plaque, St. Chad’s 381 12

Hutchinson, Thomas, Failsworth, Higher Barn 161 14

Huts Cemetery 374 16

Huxley, Lucy, Macclesfield, mortgage on Husteads 82 36

Huxley, Sarah, Macclesfield, mortgage on Husteads 82 36

Hyde 12116, 363 2

Hyde, Abel: Hawkyard 51 16

Tintwhistle 71 14

Hyde, Ann(e), Tintwhistle Hall 33 46, 64 60, 193 17

Duchess of York 64 61

maid of honour to Princess of Orange 64 61

Hyde, C. A. 261 23

Hyde, Clarendon 64 61

Hyde, Edward: M.P., Wooton Basset 64 60

Solicitor General, Lord Chancellor 64 61

The History of the Rebellion 1641-60 64 60

Hyde family, origins 193 16

Hyde, Gertrude Wrigley,For Service badge1914-19 353 12

Hyde, Henry: Lanehead Inclosure claim 83 51

Inclosure rights ceased 92 38

Tunstead, Manor share claim 91 13

Tunstead Clough 83 48

Hyde Hunger, strike procession 111 15

Hyde, Jane, Tintwhistle Hall 33 45, 64 60

Hyde, John, Tunstead, woollen manufacturer 21 17

Hyde, Mary 71 14

Hyde, Mrs.: Whamton Towers 203 15, 403 62, 64

early car owner 232 2

Hyde, W. E., Hon.Treasurer Military Hospital 353 3, 10

award of O.B.E. 353 11

Hyde, W. G. S. 353 1, 7

Hydes, Dinton, Wiltshire 64 60

Hydes, Norbury Hall, Hazel Grove 64 60

hydraulic packer 374 13

hydrophones 311 17

Hyndman, H. M. 301 7

Hythe, Kent 372 17


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