SHSB INDEX I-J

SHSB INDEX VOLUMES 1-40 (1971-2010) I-J

Bulletins      Numbers refer to volume: bold,  issue last digit 1 2 3 4 bold,  page

i  =  illustration

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I

I.O.M., T.T. 324 15

Ibberson, Claud. S., Headmaster 312 2, 344 8

Ibberson, Miss, Headteacher, Friezland school 202 4

Ice Age: 152 17, 173 25

Central Pennines 24 63, 81 3

ice cream: 313 5

man, Claud Bradbury 301 5

Ice Rink, Delph M&LI 14 7

Icelandic Saga 53 38

Ickornshaw Moor, Airedale, tranchet axe 124 78

Idaho 394 99

Idem, Wille p Willwfeld, freehold tenant 163 39

Idle, John, York, school master 154 68

Idle, Margaret 154 68

Ightenhill Halmote 123 54

Ilfracombe, wakes destination 191 12

Illegal: betting 313 2

cock fighting 1849 241 18; oaths 113 51

illegitimate children & the workhouse 83 56, 244 13

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

Illingworth, Daniel, mill owner 343 3

illuminated scroll 382 2i

Illustrated London News 193 14

Imbecile, workhouse 273 17

Immorality, proclamation against 382 7

Imperator 181 3

Imperial War Museum, Victoria Cross display 401 4

impetigo 344 10

imprisonment 391 6-10, 18

Improved power loom, exhibit 93 60

in memoriam cards 323 8, 351 7

In Memory of, Gravestone Inscriptions at Heights Church: J. Smith 204 11

In Search for Railways on Crompton MoorN. Bamforth 251 1-6

In Search of Geoffrey de Buckley: C. D. Duncan 43 36-38

In search of the Standedge Admiral: G. Brown 21410-17

In Sunny Italy, song cover, Basil Windsor 341 24i

Ince, Wigan 373 20

Incendiary Bomb Training Hut, Delph Rd, 304 23

Inch mines 113 45

incised stones 281 10, 291 9, 10

Wade Lock 281 10; Uppermill viaduct 281 10

inclined plane railway 123 44

Inclosure Acts General 64 56

Inclosure award: & school allotments 104 74

Back o’ th’ Lee 104 76; by mutual agreement 91 1

Huddersfield canal poor 104 74; index 104 76

Mill Falls 104 76; roads, watering places 104 74

stone quarries 104 74

Inclosure claims: 81 7

Beast Gates 92 38; Dole of Hollins 92 38

Lands uninclosed 92 38; Lords of the manor 83 43-52

mines, minerals, waters/courses 81 7

turbury, stone, sheepwalks 91 14, 15

Frier Mear & Quick Mear 92 33; Mss 104 69

freehold estates 81 7; whose rights have ceased 92 34-38

objectional claims: a Friarmere estate 81 7

Doles of Hollins 81 8; getting stone 81 8

Number of shares 81 8 Right of Turbury 81 8

sheep walks 81 7; several parcels of land 81 7

sundry estates Lordsmere, Quickmere,

Shawmere 81 7

Inclosure Commissioner 104 69, 213 6, 234 14

Inclosure common land, sheep numbers 292 9

Inclosure conditions of sale, Lot 51 104 75

Inclosure copy of award lot 1 to 117 104 74

Inclosure encroachments 74 74, 76

Inclosure Harrop Edge (Platt Hill) sale, Lot 51 104 74, 75i

Inclosure Manor: share claims 91 12-13

shares in dispute 91 14

Inclosure map & allotment owners 104 76

Inclosure map 1770, re Gravemakers, Cross keys 252 14

Inclosure of the Commons, proposal 74 75, 76

Inclosure see also Saddleworth Enc/Inclosure

Inclosure written claims 83 43

Indenture between us and the Abbot and Convent of Rupe concerning the thithes of Hildebrighthop, Latin 392 55, 56 translation, 392 56

Indenture: 21 13, 54 69, 73, 84 76, 94 77, 122 38,

372 8-10i-12, 3 13i-15i, 16, 392 56

Brown Knott Hill, land 113 64

Cleggs, Roebuck Low 313 25; Globe inn 12116

Hollin Hall 131 20; Independency in Preston 264 14

land 384 10; lease, Josiah Buckley 372 11

leases, Broadbent, dye house, Carr 213 4

of Apprenticeship 23 41, 254 9

transaction Tunstead & Quick 103 51; witness 372 12

Independent Chapel: Delph 181 11, 243 4, 4 12, 254 15,  273 6, 294 17, 301 15

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

Ebenezer 181 12

Independent Church School. Delph 33 49

Independent Evangelical Methodist Church, U’mill 244 13

Independent Labour Party: ILP 31 11, 2 32, 363 1, 371 1, 4

Colne Valley 301 7

Index of wills, Preston 302 13

India: 284 17, 302 3

 Joshua Radcliffe 33 45; spindleage 123 51

Indian: Army 382 4, 6th Division 303 1, 7th Division 302 4

cotton 123 48; expeditionary force 302 4

Famine Fund 11 8;Famine Relief, Society archives 74 71

Government, New Delhi 303 1; Mutiny 302 3

Indian’s Head: 312 10,  plane crash 313 1

indie toffee, bakestone muffins 121 8, 9

indigo dye pots, Abels 24 71

Industrial revolution, expansion in Saddleworth 183 11

Industrial Training Bill 304 9

Industry in Saddleworth 1900-2000, Decline &  Change: Michael Fox 343 9-21

industry in Saddleworth 1950-60s 283 1

infant death 391 3, 5, 7, 15

infant mortality: 14 11, 21 6,  rates 213 13, 224 8, 9

Infantry Brigade 69th, 23rd Division 402 46

infectious cases:/diseases 323 4, 383 3, 393 76, 80

Oldham Corporation 22 21 public disinfector 24 61

influenza epidemic: 23 47, 54 56, 231 4, 6, 364 16, 374 6,  school closed 202 3

Information Bureau, Council offices, T. Nutthall 304 25

Ingham, Annie 313 27

Ingham, Arthur 292 23

Ingham, Benjamin, Banker, mortgage 132 46

Ingham, Bettsey 313 27

Ingham, Clarence, organist 313 27

Ingham, Clarice, Low Green 313 27

Ingham, Edward, Oldham 403 83

Ingham family 313 27, 28

Ingham, George: Platt Lane 313 27, 28

Todmorden 313 27

Ingham, J., Vestry Clerk 111 12

Ingham, James: Dobcross 251 11

Attorney at law 72 34

Clerk to Game Association 74 75

Ingham, John, Waterside 313 27

Ingham, Joseph 313 27

Ingham, Joshua: Banker, mortgage 132 46

Mirfield, banker, Carr Hill Mill 101 8

Ingham, Mr. & Mrs. 292 22

Ingham, Nelson 313 27

Ingham, Ruth: Letter: Ingham, Bradbury,Sykes 313 27, 28

Ingham, Wilson, Holly Grove 313 27, 28

Ingle, George: Yorkshire Cotton: The Yorkshire Cotton Industry 313 16

Ingleside, Uppermill 373 23

Inglis, K. S.: Journal of Ecclesiastical History 133 69

Inglis, Mr., Delph Post Office 192 9

Inglis, Peggy Tramore, Kinders Lane 232 1

Inglis, Rev. Robert 301 16, 17

ink monitor 324 12

Inkle, field name meaning 131 11

Innkeeper, licensee 14 8, 44 53, 61 8, 10, 12, 2 23, 24,  71 2, 3, 3 55, 4 73, 75, 91 11, 2 43, 44, 104 72, 161 10, 11, 252 5-8, 10, 16, 4 14, 263 10, 20, 21,

293 2, 5, 4 11, 22, 302 10

Inns, rent & rateable values c1870 13 12

inquest, Old Soldier Inn, Waterhead 113 49

inquest: 171 4, 321 6, 3 10, 344 24, 351 9,  391 4-7, 12, 13, 17, 3 77, 78

infants 21 6; Paul Hartman 242 5, 7

inscribed stone: Standedge 2nd turnpike 11 5

Wharmton 11 5i; White Gate House 133 75

Inscription on Floorboards 32 24

Inspection of buildings 224 7

Inspector of nuisances: ULB 204 19, 224 7, 12

Buildings & Canal boats 33 49

Inspector of Sewers’ report 231 16

Inspectoress of Needlework 231 4

Institute of Civil Engineers, minutes of 282 1

Institute of Field archaeologists 313 10

Institute of Mining Engineers, Chew Reservoir visit 202 15

Insurance Act, doctors panel 43 39

insurance agent 13 16, 4 19, 83 56, 244 14

Intack (Intake) field name meaning 111 21, 131 11, 144 67,  213 3, 252 10, 263 10, 11, 312 17

Intacks: Inclosure claim 83 46,  Fernlee land encroachment 84 61

Intack, Back o’th Low, Quick 384 14, 18, 19

Intake Mead 144 71

Intake Farm, Deanhead 234 14, 16

Intack Head: 352 11, 363 14, 17

Inclosure claim 83 45, 104 73; rights ceased 92 35

Intakes, east Lordsmere 144 71

Intaglio, Castleshaw 163 37

International Brigade: Spanish Civil War 371 13,  XV British Battalion 364 5-9, 13

international competition 343 14

International Exhibition, South Kensington 31 8

Introduction to the Life & Work of Ammon Wrigley: A. J. Petford 163 48-55

Invention of the Holy Cross 393 74, 75

Inventory: 42 19, 92 41, 161 14, 181 9, 191 17, 213 2, 223 2,  253 7, 4 10, 302 12, 372 8-10i, 11, 3 13i, 14, 15i, 16

Elias Wrigley 372 8, 9; James Wrigley 372 cover i

Katharine Wriggley 372 11; Thomas Wrigley 372 10i

Valuation, Packhorse Inn, Delph 32 27-32

Inventories, farming & linen equipment 93 46

Inventories of Church Goods: Lancashire Chapels 12 8

Invergordon, Mutiny 301 8

inverted syphon 202 11

Ipecuana Wine 304 17

Ipswich, temperance tract 162 34

Irad Gartside Hewkin: B. Barnes 31 6-8, 2 32-35

Irad G. Hewkin Collection: 11 6, 2 7, 8, 3 5, 4 3-4 21 8, 9, 2 29, 30, 3 43, 4 57, 58

commercial index 21 8; Directories Political index 13 5

Ecclesiastical material 12 7, 8; general index 23 43

History, dialect, folk-lore 14 3; literary index 22 29, 30

miscellaneous index 24 57-58; place names index 14 3

turnpike 11 6

Iraq 303 1

Iredale, H. E.: 114 82

John, Springhead, voters list 363 15

Ireland: 221 8, 382 14

wakes destination 191 12

Ireland, Thomas, Heathfields, Church Warden 42 35

Irish: men Bill’s O’ Jacks 171 9, 13, 15

navvy camp, Bin Green 304 19

Irish Independence 124 70

Irish Nationalists 363 3

Irish Rebellion 294 17

Irish Society & Trades & Labour Club 311 15

Irishmen, Bill’s o’ Jack’s murders 83 37, 38

Irk, River 153 51

Irlam Soap Works, visit to 302 18

Iron: arrowe, common pasture 403 78

bloomery (furnace) 24 66; fettler 292 18

founder 54 69, 311 17, 384 6; hoops 301 3, 313 2

merchant 111 4; moulder 213 12

output Britain 144 60; railings 374 22

tester 213 12; turner 33 53, 241 1

utensils 173 26; weapons 173 26

worker 23 53; Works 23 53

works, Wednesbury 111 2, 3

Iron Age: 152 17

Climate 24 63; enclosures 153 41

Finds 153 41; Hill forts 153 41, 181 4

Man, peat bog Wilmslow 173 26;settlement 153 40

Ironbridge, cast iron aqueduct 73 43

Irvin, Henry, actor 293 18

Irvine, W F.: Lancashire Hearth Taxes 313 11

Irwell valley 173 27

Isaac Holden Co., France, Chimney 302 21

Isherwood, Mary, Stockport 234 13

Isherwood, Rob.: Sarah Radcliffe 312 17-19

Isle of Man: 253 1

Package Co. 374 5

Isle of Syke Inn, clay field 201 16

Isle of Skye Road, closed 364 18

Isle of Wight (Vectis) 181 4

Isolation Hospital: Runninghill 284 9

joint scheme 44 57

It is no more!: poem, Friezland Sunday School

Vincent Hitchenson 303 26

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

Italian: Campaign 374 6

Hospital, London 402 43, 44; prisoners of war 312 9

Greenfield Paper Mill 243 19

Italy 374 6

itinerant Gypsies 313 9

Itinerant The: S. W. Ryley 22 29

Ivan Hirst 1916-2000: obituary 302 25

Ivens Roger: Death in the Workhouse at

Knarr Barn 371 15-18

Extracts from the Diary of Canon: F. R. Raines, part 1 381 15-18 part 2 382 7-10, part 3 384 21-24,  part 4 391 20-23

Two Saddleworth Inventories 373 13i,-16i

ivory counters 164 62

Ivy Cottage, Diglee 234 14

Ivy House, Woolroad, land for sale 31 10

J

J. & E. Mellor, Brownhill Bridge Mill 241 23

J. & G. Worthington, Altincham 252 17

J. & R. Buckley’s, Brushes Clough Colliery 251 1

J. & W. Rooth, Merchants, Manchester 111 1

J. Allot & Co., Tamewater Mill 24 56

J. Wilkinson & Sons, Harrop Court, photographer 192 12

J. Bradbury & Co. Saddleworth Ltd., 343 14,  Alexandra Mill 24 69

J. F. & C. Kenworthy &Co 31 9

J. F. Kenworthy & Co Ltd,  woollen mftr, Buckley New 283 12

J. H. Lawton & Bros, County End Mill, cotton sping 101 12

J. T. Sykes & Sons, Tamebridge Mill 24 56, 291 18, 19

J. Taylor, W.Taylor & L. Gibson, Springhead 111 11, 13

J. W. Lees & Co. Brewers Ltd., deeds 252 2, 8, 14

J. W. Noble & Son Uppermill, house furnishings 262 8

Jabez Bath 203 23, 312 10

Jack Bottom o’ Loan 293 24

Jack o’ Abs (Shaw) Mantley Farm 141 2

Jack the Lad, hornpipe tune 341 20

Jackobi, R. M.: March Hill Industry 62 21

Jacks, game 301 3, 313 2

Jackson, Ann, Austerlands 252 4, 11

Jackson City 193 7

Jackson, E., Jackson’s Barrow 44 63

Jackson, F., Hey Bank, Delph 44 64

Jackson, Henry, Protestant Dissenter 63 45

Jackson, James, Doncaster 104 82

Jackson, John: 384 15

Improvement Commissioner 54 62

mill owner 144 61

Jackson, Jonathan, clerk, St. Peters & St. Mary’s 384 15

Jackson, Joss, Pte. 374 14

Jackson, Kitty 384 15

Jackson, Mary 242 18

Jackson, Miles 254 15

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

Jackson, Mrs.: 341 15

teacher 323 16

Jackson, PC. 391 6, 15

Jackson, Ralph 242 18

Jackson, Sarah, Moorcroft 144 72

Jackson Street, Springhead 364 14

Jackson, William, Spanish Civil War, killed in action 364 6, 8, 9, 14

Jackson’s barrow 42 24, 25

Jacky pit (coal) 241 17

Jacob, Giles: Complete Court Keeper 143 44, 45

Jacob’s Ladder 312 8

Jacobin: 103 48, 4 77,  Club, Royton 153 48; Government 153 49

Jacobite soldiers 1745 292 30

Jacobs, Joan 373 12

Jacquard: adaptions for power loom 221 3

handloom 221 2; mechanism patent 34 64

Jagger, Abraham, Hill Top 281 12

Jagger, Albert Hirst: 281 12, 314 17

Pte, .killed in action 373 21

Jagger, Basil, headteacher, St. Mary’s School 321 2

 Jagger, Betsy 281 12

Jagger, Elizabeth 281 12

Jagger, Hirst 281 12

Jagger, Lillie 281 12

Jagger, Mary 281 12

Jagger, Mrs. 372 2

Jagger, Nick 321 2

Jagger, H Wing Commander 43 36

Jagger, H.: Buckley Family of Saddleworth 22 25, 26

Diary of John Dicken Whitehead 1827 32 19-21

Royal George in 1907 72 31

Royal George” Whiteheads in America 71 9

Society Scrapbook: Old Saddleworth: recipes & cures; silver spade inscription 24 67-69

Jago, Dr. 323 6

James & John Broadbent, Harrop Grn, mill ow/occ 132 49

James Allott & Sons, works, manuf. fancy shirtings 293 15

James Buckley, Kershaw & Co., canal carrier 111 1, 4

James Butterworth & Son, pianoforte warehouse 193 24

James Butterworth & Sons 272 14

James, Earl of Derwent Water (art) 391 21i

James Frederick Buckley of The Nook and The Cambrian Railways: Neil Barrow 3511-6

James Rhodes & Sons Pingle Mill 14 10

James, Richard 242 1

James Schofield & Son, woollen manufacturer, Andrew Mill 101 8

James Seel, Wright Mill, fulling, cotton, dyehouse 94 83

James Walter: Glen Mill, Prisoner of War Camp 242 1-12

James Wilde & Co., Slackcote Mill 252 17

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

Jannink Mill, Enschede, spinning mills 343 6

Jannsens, Jan, Belgian refugee 403 71

Jap Mill, (Quickedge) Grotton, wool & cotton 192 20

Japan: cotton loom production growth 203 1,  international trade 203 1; spindleage 123 51, Japanese: loom improvement patents 203 2i

Order of the Sacred treasure 142 34

patent rights bought by Platts 203 3

Jarama battle of, Spanish Civil War 364 6

Jarrow 362 11

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

Jay, Mr., H.M.I. 344 14

Jee, Alfred S., tunnel engineer 282 1

Jee, Miss, Liverpool Naturalist’s Club 274 23

Jefferey, Ann, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Edward, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Elizabeth, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Emma, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Frederick, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Harry, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, James, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Mary, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, Sarah, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferey, William, killed by chimney 272 20, 302 19, 20

Jefferies, Richard 163 53

Jeffreys, Thomas, 1775 Yorkshire map cover 91 i, 42 20, 362 1

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

Jemmie Lane 391 8

Jenekyn, Taylyewr 163 41

Jenkin, Rev. John Fothergill 152 33

Jenkins, Alan 324 27

Jenkins, Christine 324 27

Jenkins, Michiel 324 29

Jenkins, Rev. G. M., Delph Independent church 391 15

Jenkins, Stephen 324 27

Jenkinson, Mrs., Woodhouses, Ashton Church Reg. 101 6

Jennings, Bertha 284 20

Jennings, Doris 284 20

Jennings, Wilbert 284 20

Jennings, William: 314 17

Bty, QM, Sgt. 284 20

jenny spinners, by hand, see also cotton spinning 332 15

Jephtha statue, Diggle Mill 291 15, 313 1

Jerico, High Moor 22 32, 372 6

Jess, Miss, school teacher 293 17, 324 12

Jessop, William, Butterley Iron works 73 43

jet grave objects 173 26

Jewsbury, Geraldine: 171 3

Victorian literary figure 93 62

Jimmie o’ Abs, (Shaw) Mantley Farm 141 2

Jimmie o’Pappies 141 1

Jimmy Knowles’ Harmonica Band 331 12

jinny piecers, see also cotton spinning 214 9

Jobson, Emily 391 2

Jobson, Magdalan, Rochdale 71 1, 293 2

Joe o’ Bob’s barn 313 6

Joe o’ Brebs 163 51

Joe o’ Laker 293 23

Joe o’ Lukes 352 4

Joe of Ragstones, obituary, Mossley & S’worth Rep 404 96

Joe t’ Barm Chap 312 7, 3 6

Joe Wharfs, ds 1674 203 12

Joffre Cesare, French Commander in Chief 302 5

John & James Buckley & Co., Hollyville 142 26

John Annes (John Broadbent) 293 24

John at th’Intuck 312 7

John, brother of the Dean, witness 392 52

John Buckley, obituary: J.C. Carr 324 1

John de Oldum capell, tenant at will, Staley Rental 163 38

John de, deed witness 394 95, 98

John Farrow, obituary: J. C. Carr 322 2

John Goodchild, Local Hist. Study centre Wakefield 292 16

John Gordon Parry: obituary: J. C. Carr 341 1

John Hewkin &Bros. builders & contractors 31 6, 314 20

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

John Hilton & Co.: Quickedge Mill, cotton 101 10

Quick Edge, factory attacked 124 71

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

John Hurst & Sons 334 11, 391 5

John Kenworthy & Son Ltd.: Tamebridge Mill 24 56

letter heading 191 9i

wool manufacturer 283 12

John Knight –Radical: a Footnote: Neil Barrow 164 64, 65

John Lindley Hindle, D.F.C., Obit.. J. C. Carr 403 91i-92

John Lord of Lovell & Holland 202 20

John Murray, obituary: Gordan Parry 254 1, 2

John Musgrove & Sons, Chorley 342 7

John Nield’s journal 192 23

John Radcliffe 1756-1840, a Saddleworth Man & his Concerns: John Goodchild 292 2-16

John, Rev. S. H., memorial window, St.Thomas’ mission 352 6

John Rooth & Co., Carriers: J. M. Hunt 111 1-6

John Rylands: Library Manchester 103 50, 161 6,  University Library, Manchester 301 17

John Shaws (a Manchester Club): F. S. Stancliffe 22 30

John, the Constable of Chester 43 38

John, Walker’s Charity, Charity Commission visit 273 2

John Wife of Green, field name meaning,Lee Cross 131 11

John William Wrigley:Mossley & S’worth Rep 314 21, 22

Johnie Indi 352 4

Johnny Mill: Castleshaw 183 covr i, 211 5, 18, 222 14, 264 5

buildings description 13 12; footbridge 74 70,  Moorcroft, fulling carding 132 40,  Navvy Mission 183 2, 211 18,  rent & rateable value 13 13; woollen 12 31, 92 16

Johnson, Betty: 31 13

Ballgreave 111 21

Johnson, Hewlett 162 28

Johnson, Jo, Lectern Fall designer 292 27

Johnson, John: 284 16

Ballgreave 111 21

Johnson, Joseph: guilty unlawful assembly 104 79

radical reformer 321 5

Johnson, Lucy 284 16

Johnson, Mary 234 9

Johnson, Mr.: 372 2

surveyor 91 5, 6

Johnson, Samuel 344 28

Johnson, Thomas: 51 13

Hearthe Tax 313 13

Johnson, William, Ballgreave 111 21

Johnstone, Ann 234 9, 13

Johnstone, Dr. George, Marsden 74 79

Johs de Merslond, freehold tenant, Staley Rental 163 38

Joiner 14 20, 23 53, 4 71, 31 8, 44 66, 52 25, 12115, 132 50,  154 67, 211 5, 2 22, 243 16, 17, 263 16, 17, 21,  292 20, 21, 3 16, 301 1, 312 2, 3 1

Joining Together of two Old Saddleworth Families in 1881: W. Donald Kershaw 21418, 19

Joint Stock: Bank 33 40, 41 9, 38 45

Company 142 27; spinning companies 123 45, 47

Jolley, L E., letter: Fred Dyson 401 22

Jon, farneley 163 41

Jonathan Chambley, Sons & Co. 182 inside cover i, 343 12

Jone o’ Grenfilt: Chales E. Higson 22 30

Jones & Co., sewing machine manufacturers 114 75

Jones, Ada, Lees 402 53

Jones, Albert B. 311 24

Jones, Barri: Saddleworth from the Air 313 16,  Professor Dept. of Archaeology 261 1

Jones, Beatrice: A Slackcote Childhood 323 14-17

The Autobiography of 331 8

Jones, Betty 162 34

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

Jones, Daniel, mortgage 102 31

Jones, David: 241 9

labourer 52 34

Jones, Edward, Cefn Mawr 361 13, 2 6i

Jones, Elizabeth: Myddleton 362 7

under nurse 361 13

Jones, George, Lees 402 53

Jones, George Harry, Pte. 402 53

Jones, Harry, Pte. 402 53

Jones, Henry & Son, architects 342 1

Jones, Henry, Mossley Brow, Saddleworth Banking 384 6

Jones, Jesse, Banks 241 9

Jones, Jonathan, shoe maker, Cefn Mawr 361 9, 13

Jones, Joseph: built Bank House Oldham 33 41

Oldham, voters list 363 15

Saddleworth Union Bank 162 33

Wallshaw-house Saddleworth Banking Co. 33 40

Worcester, Saddleworth Banking Co. 384 6

Jones, Joshua: Oldham bank premises 41 6

Readycon Dean & Dowry subscriber 63 42

Jones, Kay, transported 274 17

Jones, L., Colliery 241 17

Jones, Loyd & Co. London 41 9

Jones, Mally 241 9

Jones, Mr.: Attorney at Law, Manchester 122 29

Spring Bank, Severn Stoke 34 66

Wood Barn, waterman 181 2

Jones, Norman 323 14

Jones o’ Jammies coal pit 113 45

Jones, R. E. 334 16

Jones, Samuel & William & Co, Bankers Manchester 53 47

Jones, Sarah, Lees 402 53

Jones, Sophia 281 16

Jones, Squire 241 9

Jones, Thomas, navvy 202 17

Jones, Thomas, Egerton Street, collier 113 49

Jones, William: 241 16

Guide Bridge 114 75

Jonny Mill see Johnny Mill

Jordan son of Alexander de Crompton to the Abbot & Convent of Rupe, translation 394 97

Jos Shaw & Co. Ltd., woollen manufacturer 211 5, 7

Joseph Buckley & Co., Linfitts Mill 222 16

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

proposal to leave Saddleworth 304 8

Joseph Radcliffe (Joe O’Th Ragstones) – The Denshaw Hermit: Mike Buckley 404 96-100

Joseph Wright & Co., cotton spinners, merchant 293 5

Joshua Hill, land encroachment 84 61

Joshua Hobson, a Huddersfield Radical: Anne Chadderton, part 1 52 25-29,  part 2 53 49-52,  part 3 54 60-64

Jourdan, Marshal 381 5

Journals taken by SHS 363 20

journeyman’s wages 332 15

journeymen 22 19

Jowett, Dr. 71 9

Jubilee, Fete 361 14i

Jubilee Pit, Shaw 391 3

Jubilee reunion, Manchester Regt. 24 Bn 374 8

Jubilee Terrace, Nook, First Aid Point 304 24

Juction Co-op., Share certificate 361 16i

Judson, Miss: Matron S’worth Military Hospital 40255

Queen Elizabeth Cross, Russian Cross 402 55

Judson, Randell: 12111

Ashway Hey Farm 12 16; Dovestone Wood estate 73 58

Julius Caesar 293 27

Jumblefield, name meaning 131 11

Jumples: Halifax 73 50; Mill 72 26, 27

Junction: Denshaw 74 62, 211 4, 363 14, 17

bar 362 17; Butterworths, mill owners 211 4

road repairs 74 69; Toll Post 14 14

Junction (Denshaw) Industrial & Benevolent  Co-operative Society: 361 15, 16i

branch Green Ash 22 35

receipts, letters, price lists 361 15

Junction Hotel 142 17, 193 24

Junction House 373 18

Junction Inn: 323 16, 364 18

auction at 71 12; Casualty Collecting Point 304 25

rent & rateable value 13 12

Junction Street, Manchester 111 2

juror service, requirements for 311 25

jurors at Quarter Sessions 311 25

Justices of the Peace 22 19, 171 11, 313 11

Justman, Henry, artist 93 59

jute spinning 343 6


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