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

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O.B.E., award of 353 10

O’Brian, Patrick, Irish Giant, tallest man 51 9

O’Brien, D.: Building the Oldham Union  Workhouse, 1847-1851 144 60-66

O’Brien, P W., general manager, Compoflex Ltd. 251 7

O’Brien, Smith, rising Ballingarry 124 70

O’Connor, Feargus: 53 50, 4 61

O’Connor, Feargus: Great Northern Union for reform,  111 13, 14

Northern Star 5 4 61, 62

O’Connor, Thomas, M.P., Scotland, Liverpool 351 4

O’Donells, ice cream seller 313 5

O’Hara, Lt-Colonel, 88th Regt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 13

O’Keef, Jim 293 21

O’Keefe, Nora, Queen Street, Springhead 393 76

O’Neil, Betty, injured at Peterloo 321 6

Oak Dene Greenfield: 403 64,  Military Hospital 44 58

Oak, field name meaning 131 12

Oak: forests 173 25

panelling, Grottonhead 151 14

trees: Boreal Climatic phase 24 64; planting 121 11

Oak Lee, sale 31 9

Oak Mill, Greenfield, air raid shelter 242 14

Oak View: Greenfield 21 7, 16, 63 42, 213 10, 291 6, 364 20,  (Bocking) co-op grocery branch 302 17,  No. 20, 13 17

Oak View Hospital 52 23

Oak View Mill 13 17, 214 18, 283 14, 322 17,343 12, 15, 19,  scribbling 132 32, 38, 51; wool 192 19

Oakdale Mill: New Delph 283 2, 12, 14, 343 14, wool 192 17

Oakdene Farm 212 12

Oakdene House, Military Hospital 353 1

Oakely, Sgt. 391 9

Oakenhill: Castleshaw 53 53,  worn depression at 272 20, 21

Oakenhill Lee, Castleshaw 53 54, 114 85

Oakenlee: 243 1,  Slack, beast gate claim 92 38

Oakes, Albert 193 3, 6

Oakford, Mr., prayer at navvies exhibition 183 7

Oakford, Rev. C. F., Mission Society 202 17

Oakhouse, repairs allowed order 273 14

Oaklands: Delph 284 18, Greenfield 401 13

Oaklands Road 14 14, 202 1, 303 13

Oakleigh, Dobcross 361 13

Oakley, Sergeant 323 9, 403 86

Oakly, Miss, Post office assistant, the Square 292 18

Oastler, Richard: 31 7, 52 28,  Anti-Poor Law Movement 111 13,  factory reformer 121 3, 182 1, 2

oatbread 134 89

oatcakes 143 38, 301 5, 313 5, 372 18

Oath, Saddleworth Weavers’ & Spinners’ Union 23 44

oatmeal prices 113 52, 143 38, 39

oats: acreage Friarmere 1669 162 21,  cereal crop 62 26; corn tithes 142 20,  prices 1815-1825 161 1

Obituary: Alec Schofield 264 1,  Alice Mary Grimshaw 352 19

Betty Boon 354 30,  Bob Winterbottom 394 v

Bryan Edwin Jackson 321,  Canon Airne 2531-3

D. B. R. Buckley, Mrs. 62 22,  Dorothy Kidd 353 33

Dr. Walter Patrick Bowman Stonehouse, 283 i, 323 1,  Edward Laurence Edwards 81 4

Eric Watson 393 84, Esther Shaw Lawn, California 354 29

F. G. Battye, Councillor, J.P. 31 5,  Florence Elizabeth Kaye 313 26

Frank Ackroyd 30 1 6,  Geoff. Brown 394 v

George Gilbert Barrett 204 1,  Hervey, Baron Rhodes of Saddleworth,  K.G., P.C., D.F.C., D.L: 173 44, 45

Ivan Hirst 302 25,  James Lees 24 57

James Platt 244 16,  John Buckley 324 1

John Farrow 322 2,  John Gordon Parry 341 1

John Lindley Hindle, D.F.C 403 91i, 92,  John Murray 254 1, 2

Joshua Hobson 52 254 63,  Lily Brierley 312 27

Maurice Dennett 322 2, 3,  Peter Holme 343 29

Phyllis Schofield 393 92,  Professor G. D. Barri Jones 292 1

Rev. Noah Blackburn 264 14,  Ronald Jackson Asquith 353 33

Shaw Williamson 312 25

Objections to Socialism answered, talk 363 3

obliquely blunted flint blades 182 13, 14

obsolescence 343 13, 14

occupation lists 223 8-11

occupation roads 352 14

Octorara Cemetery Pennsylvania 253 21

Oddfellows: 364 16,  lecture at 41 5; procession Royal George 291 6,  Queen Victoria memorial service 12 9

Oddfellows Call Patriotic Fund, Salem Roll of Hon 402 51

Oddfellows Hall: 344 24,  Scholes Street, Oldham 363 1; tea 204 9,  Uppermill, Casualty Collecting Point 304 24

Oddfellows Hotel, inquest 391 6

Oddfellows, Lee Street 362 3

Oddfellows, Lees 312 11

Odds & Ends from magazines, includes B o’Jacks 22 29

Oddy, William & Co Ltd., Greenfield, woollen cloth 283 12

Odgen, James, Binn Green reservoir Subscriber 63 43, Officer in Charge, Report Centres, Home Guard 304 23, officer of excise 132 51

Ogden 132 45, 363 16, 18

Ogden, Abraham: miller Upper Mill 62 27,  Tamewater 62 28

Ogden, Alice: 184 12,  Oldham 14 20

Ogden, Amos & Elizabeth, Crossbank, ds 1743 202 22

Ogden, Ann: Ambrose 34 70,  Marslands 32 36

Ogden Baptist Chapel 243 5, 4 15, 301 16, 17

Ogden, Betty 243 16

Ogden Edge, Butterworth, Rochdale 243 3, 4, 4 17

Ogden Edge Farm 243 4

Ogden, Edith Elizabeth 402 60

Ogden, Eliza 272 8

Ogden, Esther, Halls 82 33

Ogden, George: New Delph, voters list 363 16,  woollen manufacturer, bankrupt 121 4

Ogden, Greenacres Fold, ds 1721 202 24

Ogden, Harry 391 4

Ogden in Butterworth 101 18, 244 12, 281 7

Ogden, Irene, Walkers Lane 391 4

Ogden, James: Bridgehouse, clothier 243 16,  mortgage 132 46; Halls farmer 82 34

Readycon Dean & Dowry subscriber 63 42

Ogden, Jn., Calf Hey Mill 282 7

Ogden, John: Ambrose 34 70,  Calf Hey Mill 94 80; Hey Chapel, voters list 363 16,  Marslands, clothier 32 36; mill occupier 132 44

Moorcroft Mill 43 47

Ogden, Joseph, dog fighting 233 13

Ogden, Joseph Thomas 272 8

Ogden, Mary, Ambrose 34 70

Ogden, radical agitator 104 78

Ogden, Robert, workhouse 273 17

Ogden, Samuel 243 16

Ogden, Sarah, Halls 82 33

Ogden, Theophilus, Halls, clothier 82 33

Ogden, Thomas, Greenacres Hill 272 8

Ogden, William: Friarmere surveyor 74 62,  Marslands 32 36

Ogilvie H., Lt., plaque, St. Chad’s 381 13

oil cloth seller 364 14

oil fields Iraq 303 1

Old & New Tame, Inclosure claim 92 33, 104 72

Old Age Pension Act, pensions 23 47, 31 4

Old Bell Buildings 14 4

Old Boundary Stone, Thornley Lane 272 6

Old Churchyard, Saddleworth, plan 92 32, 33, 274 15

Old Comrades Association 374 8, 16

Old Contemptibles Association 303 9

Old Co-op, milestone 291 8

Old Cross Keys, poem 222 26

Old Factory: (Old Mill) Uppermill 62 27,,  81 9, 2 21, 25, 3 52, 54, 283 14,  clearance order 273 10i; corn, scribbling 132 54, 183 11,  sale 83 52, 55; steam engine 81 9,  woollen & cotton 12 2, 192 18

Old Field 243 6

Old Gate Clough, Roman Road 42 25

Old Guard, Waterloo 381 9

Old Hey: Delph 61 14, 141 11, 222 16,  buildings & land for sale 14 9, & Children’s Home Castleshaw 352 cover i

clearance area 273 14

Old Hey Farm: 11 11,  sale 61 14

Old Hey Mill: felt hat factory 11 12, 2 3 3 13

Millcroft, wool 192 16

Old Lydgate 293 3

Old Manor House, Dobcross 312 1

Uppermill 294 26, 304 29-31, 313 6, 344 11, 352 3

Old Milestone, Austerlands 102 37, 38

Old Mill, Uppermill, see Old Factory

old mine shafts, Strinesdale Reservoir 222 7

Old Mount Road 291 3

Old Parsonage, Saddleworth 72 22

old Radcliffes lease 154 73

Old Rectory Club 253 2

Old Saddleworth days: Ammon Wrigley 122 26, 163 50

Old Saddleworth Document: Charles E. Higson 23 43

Old Saddleworth: Abels (Cank) 24 70, 62 29,  Ackers (Acre, Acre Barn) 13 15, 4 21,  Ackers (Rye Top) 62 29; Ambrose (Ambroses) 33 53,  Arthurs 72 40, 41; Arthurs, Chew Valley Road 11 9,  Ashes 21 18; Ashes, Springhead 13 15,  Ashway Gap 12 16;

Ballgreave:  111 20-22,  Ballgrove (Bow Greave) 13 15, 34 74; Bank Gap 64 62,  Bank Top (Boots Cottage) 31 15,  Bell Inn New Delph 74 77; Beswicks (Hill Top) 34 71,  Boarshurst hamlet 11 9,  Bowkhouse: B. Barnes 22 31, 122 38; Bradburys 42 30,  Brimmy Croft52 32, 94 86-88,  Broadhead 42 31; Brow Top (Mullock Hill) 21 15,  Brownhill, Grotton 74 80; Bunkers, Tunstead Lane 14 18,  Butterhouse (Butterworths) 44 65;

Cabin 52 34, 35,  Carr Barn 44 67; Carrcote: Allan Bradbury 124 79-81,  Causeway Set 21 15, 31 17; Clerks 61 12,  Clough House:  103 57-60,  Critchley Cottage 21 15; Cross 63 45-48

Daisy Hill 73 57; Dale: s 113 63-65,  Davids Smithy/Davy/David’s 24 71, 72,  Delph/ Higher/Lower Slack 101 16-19,  Doctor House 22 32; Dolefield, Golburn Clough 14 18,  Dovestone Wood 73 58; Dowry Castle 11 10

Fairbanks 23 50-52, 62 29,  Fern Lea Vale (Sam’s o’ Ben’s) 11 10,  Foulrakes 33 54; Furlane 13 15

Garners 51 12; Gibbs 61 13,  Greaves (Greave) 31 16; Green Ash 21 16, 2 35,  Grottonhead 151 8-16;

Halls 82 31,  Hawkyard 12 16, 32 39, 51 14; Heathfields 42 33,  Heytop, Greenfield Mill 12 16,  Higher Barn: J. M. Hunt 16114-18,  Higher Castleshaw: J. M. Hunt 114 83-85,  Hill Top, Lower Hill Top 54 67-70,  Holden’s (Holden Smithy) 23 52,  Hollin Hall 131 19, 20; Hollinbank 81 14

Hollingreave: J M Hunt 91 16-18,  Holly House, Greenfield 13 16; Holly Ville 41 14,  Husteads (Housesteads) 82 34;

Knott Hill 54 67-70,  Knowle:  12113-18

Laceby Globe Inn: 121 16-18,  Load Hill Farm, Platting Road 12 17,  Lydgate Vicarage, Stockport Road 14 18;

Manns 84 74,  Manor House, Dobcross: J. M. Hunt 153 54-56,  Marled Earth Nook, Castleshaw 23 54,  Marslands 32 35-37; Mechanics Arms, Delph 11 10,  Millcroft 34 72; Minsey Croft 73 59, Mount Pleasant (Misery) 13 16

New Barn 12 18; Newhouses, Scouthead 11 10

Oak View No. 20 Greenfield 13 17; Oaken Hill 53 53,  Oakenhill Lee 53 54; Old Hey Castleshaw 11 11, 61 14

Paradise 141 12-16; Peters 24 73,  Pinfold 21 16, 64 63, 143 52-54; PrestonHouse 9239,44,  Primrose (Primrose Hill) 32 37, Prospection 14 19, 83 56, 57;

Ragstone 53 54,  Ryefields 83 57;

Shaw Hall Bank/Barn 71 17,  Shepherds Green 14 19, 34 74,  Slackfield 102 38, 39,  Spring Gardens: A Bradbury 124 81, 82,  Spring Grove 41 14; Stones 112 40-43,  Stoneswood  112 44,  Sunfield  41 15, 122 38, 39

Tamewater House 104 81-83; The Nook 13 16, 17,  Tunstead (Townstead) 21 16, 

Wallhill Barn: J. M. Hunt 133 74, 76,  Waters Gate 144 71-74; Wellihole Bar 14 21,  Wellihole, Friezland 14 20,  Wharmton Grammar school 22 33

White Brook Head 12 18; Wood 43 49, 93 67,  Wood Barn 43 51; Woodmans 22 34

Yewtree 33 55

Old Saddleworth Volunteeers Dinner 41 4

Old Smithy, Woods Lane 292 20

Old Soldier Inn, inquest 113 49

Old Stone Age axes 152 17

Old Swan, Liverpool 372 14

Old Tame: 52 33, 72 27, 81 14, 92 41, 4 78, 142 30,  294 13, 323 17, 363 15, 17, 18,  ds 1639 64 53

Old Tame Mill: 22 34, 113 64, 211 4, 264 4, 381 6,  fulling 132 35, 39; mortgage 113 65,  rent & rateable value 13 13; rental value, HP 63 43,  woollen & cotton 12 3, 192 16

Old Tame Mill: Letter: Glyn Matthews 63 36

Old Trafford: 374 21,  ammunitions 374 21

Old Tup, beating the bounds 13 11

Old Union Office, Grains Road 302 7

Old Woolpack Inn, Dobcross 292 21

Oldfield 241 11, 333 1

Oldfield Hall, Cheshire 363 16

Oldfield Hill, Meltham, Iron Age enclosure 122 19, 153 41

Oldfield, Mrs. 352 25

Oldgate Clough: birch forest relics 24 64,  paving 11 4, 5

Oldham : 41 6, 74 70, 92 33, 37, 104 66, 67, 83, 113 55,  132 44, 49, 142 26, 181 13, 211 13, 221 6,  232 22, 4 18, 241 14, 2 16, 262 1, 272 12, 4 16,  293 5, 4 7, 11, 311 11, 2 3, 5, 25, 3 4, 5, 7, 9, 4 16, 21 4, 6, 7, 2 2, 3 3, 17, 4 11, 16, 21, 22, 24, 28,  331 11, 26, 2 1-3, 5, 14, 16, 26, 28, 3 14, 4 13, 19, 23,  341 17, 20, 2 4, 7, 3 5, 6, 4 11, 12, 14, 23, 31,  351 7, 9-11, 2 7, 10, 3 21, 4 2, 4, 24, 361 12, 13,  36 2 7, 15-17, 4 8, 13, 372 1-3, 16, 3 5, 7-12,  373 17, 20, 21, 4 5, 6, 10-13, 17, 19, 22,  382 7, 3 6, 17, 4 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 22,  391 4-7, 14, 18-20, 2 39, 3 66, 78, 81, 4103, 401 6, 7, 21, 2 50-52, 60, 3 83, 4 99

boundary tramway 291 1; buses 323 17,  canal goods by road 182 8,  centre of Cotton Spinning Industry 123 41-53, 193 20,  coal mining/pits 232 12, 292 8, coarse & medium cotton yarns 342 hunger strike procession 111 15; inns & taverns 154 68,  novels based on 123 41; pictures 331 11,  population 144 60; decline, growth 123 45, 51,  railway traffic 212 15, 16, smallpox outbreak 224 8,  spinning, textile, industry 123 41, 43; wakes 174 52,  water supply 211 15; weaving decline of 123 45,  workers from Saddleworth 21 6

Oldham & Blackpool postcards 192 12

Oldham & District Junior League, rugby league 393 66

Oldham & District Labour Party 363 1

Oldham & District Suffragettes 373 27

Oldham & Ripponden Turnpike Trust 354 1, 362 16-18

Oldham & Saddleworth tramway scheme abandonded 22 22

Oldham & Standedge Turnpike 183 11, 351 15, 17, 21, 22, poor condition 204 15

Oldham Aero Club 193 15

Oldham Alliance Cricket League 292 26

Oldham Almanack 252 19

Oldham Arms Hotel 104 66

Oldham Art school 344 32

Oldham Borough: Council 144 60, Improvement Act 1865 211 16,  Planning Department 154 62; rate Collector 234 18

Oldham Chamber of Commerce, banquet 372 3

Oldham Chapelry 243 3

Oldham, Charles, headmaster, Kilngreen school 222 21

Oldham Choir, Haywood branch 193 2

Oldham Chronicle: 53 45, 131 4, 5, 171 20, 191 2, 6, 21 12, 2 6, 233 11, 34 20, 252 25, 3 26, 371 4, 3 6, 11i

adverts for sale & lease 232 11,  Andrew (new) Mill sizes 383 8,  astronomy articles 401 9,  Birthday for last local hero 382 1,  Canon Raines’ Diary 381 15,  Cutting the First Sod 102 37; drowning 323 9, letters of appreciation 353 7-13; microfilm 42 21, opening military hospital 353 2i, reports on navies 354 5, 6,  Saddleworth Union Bank, run on 162 34, Sergeant Fred Dyson’s death 401 30i, traction engine 173 34

Oldham Church: 181 11, 193 3,  baptisms 151 10,  Manchester Reg. Battalion Colours 374 8

Oldham Cine Club, Bill’s O’ Jacks film 171 7

Oldham Circuit (Methodist) 181 11

Oldham Clarion Glee Party 363 2

Oldham Comrades Battalion 374 5-17, Book of Honour 374 12

Oldham Constitutional Club 153 48

Oldham Co-operative Society: 31 8, 362 7, 9,  Supply Company 64 49

Oldham Corporation: 144 73, 164 72, 183 1, 211 13, 15, 18, 20, 222 6, 14, 17,  231 12, 263 24, 273 18, 4 5

buses 303 12; Castleshaw Tramway fine 63 37,  Charter 1853 211 13; Denshaw road repairs 74 62, 63,  Direct labour, navvies 211 18; land for sale 264 13,  Mayoral Chain & Mace 123 44; mill owners 211 4, 5,  Pipeline 141 16; reservoir Bills 194 3, tramways 354 24

Oldham Corporation Waterworks: 114 83, 151 11,  211 13, 20,  Bill 144 74, 183 1; Committee 22 21

Oldham Council, Watch Committee, fire cover 191 3, 4

Oldham Councillors’ annual inspection lunch 211 18, 19i

Oldham District Co-op Asscoiation 64 51

Oldham Dramatic Society 233 10

Oldham Edge: colliery 241 16, searchlight 214 22

Oldham Employment Exchange 141 9

Oldham Equitable Co-op Society 64 49

Oldham Evening Chronicle 371 2i, 3i, Basil Windsor 334 19

Oldham exhibition 1883 123 46

Oldham Fire Brigade 191 3, 254 16, 351 7

Oldham Free Public Library 133 62, 154 68, 301 17

Oldham Gaslight & Waterworks Company: 144 63,  Lowbrook Mill 101 13,  Top o’ th’ Meadows Mill 101 13

Oldham Grammar School 181 6

Oldham Ice Co. 333 18

Oldham Industrial Co-op Society 64 49, 333 16

Oldham Infirmary 231 13, 274 10

Oldham Isolation Hospital 22 21

Oldham, Jesse, Pingle House 284 16

Oldham, John 284 16, 303 19, 20

Oldham, John Nield 194 17

Oldham Latter Day Saint Branch 193 3

Oldham Liberal Association 373 8

Oldham Local Militia 23429

Oldham Local Studies & Archives Centre: 161 8,  251 1, 312 11, 14, 3 23, 373 17,  microfilm 42 21,  postcard collection 192 10

Saddleworth UDC minute books 204 12

Oldham Loyalist club 153 48

Oldham Lyceum 123 46

Oldham Magistrates Clerk Records GMCRO 251 16

Oldham Magistrates Court 393 80

Oldham –Manchester coal traffic 14 13

Oldham Mechanics Institute 123 46

Oldham Spanish Civil War Memorial: Jim Robinson 364 cover i, 15

Oldham Methodist Circuit 181 12

Oldham Metropolitan Borough 331 25

Leisure Services: St. Chad’s Uppermill 222 13

Planning Dept.: Saddleworth Visitor Guide 222 12

Oldham Microscopical Soc. & Field Club 102 40, 301 22

Oldham Military Band 334 14, 19

Oldham Motor Company 333 18

Oldham Municipal Technical College 123 46,  Ashcroft Street 312 29

Oldham Museum 251 13, 301 17

Oldham Oddfellows, Chew Reservoir visit 202 15

Oldham Pals 374 5

Oldham Parish Church: 193 2,  clerk 133 62; Parish Register, Broadbents 202 19

Oldham Parish of Prestwich 14 13

Oldham Parliamentary Elections 373 12

Oldham Police: 351 7, Band 341 17; Police Court 391 5, 7, 18, 393 77,  raid on Union meeting 111 11

Oldham Presbyterian Literary Society 373 7

Oldham Receivers’ Office 391 11

Oldham Riding Club 314 24

Oldham Road Springhead: 273 21, 374 11,  First Aid Point 304 24

Oldham, Robert 303 19

Oldham Royal Infirmary: 324 18,  Emergency Hospitals 304 25, Governors, Gilbert Tanner 40261; volunteer 331 14

Oldham Rush Bearing: Charles E. Higson 22 30

Oldham, Sarah Ann 284 16

Oldham School of Science & Art, Oldham 123 46

Oldham School, Walker’s Charity endowment 294 7

Oldham Special Care Baby Unit, Royton Blue Fins 352 7

Oldham Standard 371 4, 5, 2 3, 4

Oldham Swimming Baths 393 58

Oldham Telephonic Co., service to Saddleworth 12 10

Oldham, Thomas de 112 30

Oldham to Huddersfield Turnpike 133 76

Oldham to Ripponden Turnpike Trust: Bell Inn 74 78,  fence repairs74 69; Grains to Delph Branch 74 61,  Junction to Dobcross Branch 74 61; repairs 74 61,  report on state of 14 15; Tolls for auction 43 45

Oldham Town Hall: 123 44, Inquest 391 13, 3 77; lecture 391 7

Oldham Trades & Labour Council 371 1

Oldham Treasurer 182 3

Oldham Union Workhouse: 144 cover i, 144 60, 61, 63,  building accounts 144 64, 65

Oldham, V. C. 303 10

Oldham Volunteers 153 51

Oldham Way 222 13,  footpath Chew Valley 203 24

Oldham ‘Weaver’, Rowbottom 124 68, 143 38

Oldham Weekly Chronicle 363 5

Oldham Year Book 252 19

Oldham Young Communist League 364 14

Oldham, Ashton &Guide Bridge Junction Railway 154 63

Oldham, Kings Highway 312 14

Oldham, Thomas, indenture witness 372 12

Oldhey 363 19, 17

Oldroyd, Dan 12117

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

Olive Hill 364 19

Oliver Cup, shooting comp., Leicestershire Regt. 303 9

Oliver, field name meaning 131 12

Oliver, P. H.: Towers 261 23,  Letter: C.A. Hyde, Wharmton 261 23

Oliver, radical societies’ agent 104 78

Olivers: (part of Thornses) 92 39, 43

Olivers: estate sale 92 44, 102 31; Incl. rights ceased 92 35

Olmen, Yhon Van, Belgian refugee 403 71

Olympiads 262 9

Olympic Games: J. C. Carr 262 9, 10

Olympic Games: 393 57, 59, 60, medals, 4 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze 393 57,  Register 262 10

OMBC Leisure Services: St. Chad’s Uppermill 222 13

OMBC Planning Dept.: Saddleworth Visitor Guide 222 12

omnibus coach from Bell Inn 74 79

On How a Saddleworth Blacksmith was…. Toyota  Corporation Company Grew: R. A. Smith 2031-4

On Larkhill: J. P. W. Mallalieu 353 19,  book review: A. J. Petford 133 66, 67

On Larkhill, Belgian refugee 40 367, 71

On the Road in Edwardian S’worth: Michael Fox 184 15

one potato two potato 301 3

onion sellers 304 17

open cast coal mine, Linfitts 331 9

open trap, horse drawn 304 12

Openshaw Almshouses Charity 111 4

Openshaw, Rev. D. G. 154 70

Openshaw, Rev.Thomas, St. Thomas’ 393 64,  sermon, Friarmere Churchyard 12 8

operative woollen 263 16

opposition to Lay Subsidy taxes 404 104,105

Order of Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem 232 23

Order of St. John 353 11

Order of the Bath 382 4

Order of the British Empire 311 17, 382 11

Ordnance Survey: Old Ordnance survey Maps; Alan Godfrey 1999 Lees 1906 313 1,  Oldham (east) 1907 313 18

Ordnance Survey: map, Saddleworth 1895 24 58,  maps, 6 inch series 42 20, 91 8

Ordsall, Salford 193 16, 392 38, Ordsall Hall 14 1, 193 17

Radcliffe family 302 12

organ blower 312 2

organ, Delph Mechanics 34 64

organist: 313 27, 4 19, 344 25, 364 15, 391 15, St. Chad’s 214 19

Organization for Economic Cooperation & Develt 302 25

Orichalcum, tin-copper metal 181 3

Origins.. Broadbents of Saddleworth:N. Barrow 202 19-21

Ormer, field name meaning 131 12

Ormerod, Ann 213 6

Ormerod, Mr., Deanhead land encroachment 84 66,  Standedge, land encroachment 84 66

Ormerod, Edith: Memories & Highlights of the  Castleshaw Valley 181 1, 2

Ormrod, Mr., Diglee, Inclosure claim 83 45,  Liverpool, Diglee, land owner 234 14,  Standedge, Inclosure claim 83 44

Orphans’ Rest & National Arms Lodge of Oddfells 364 16

Orpington by-election 304 6

Orthez 381 5, 11

Osaka, Japan, growth of cotton spinning 123 50

Osboldeston, Jack, projectionist 293 24, 312 7

Osmond, George, Stake of Zion President 194 18

Olivers – Oxford

Osterlands (Austerlands) 101 6

Osterlands, Knarr lease 154 72

Oswald, D., Old Hey 61 14

Oswald, McCardell, soap manuf., High Grove 283 10, 12

Oswestry, Cambrian railway 351 2

Ould Tawme (Old Tame) 142 22

Ouldham, Robert, witness 303 20

Ouldham, John, Hearthe Tax 313 15

Our Mother Church, song 341 23

Ousey, John: auctioneer 21 12, 93 54, 122 31, land valuation 83 53

Ousey, Joseph 322 3

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

outdoor relief: 144 60,  abolished 52 28; Springhead 21 6

outfitter 293 20, 4 22, 23, 324 15

Outlane, Roman Road 42 25

Outram, Benjamin: 73 43,  canal report 292 9; Woolroad warehouse 84 68

Outram’s Iron Aquaduct: David Chadderton 73 43-46

outside toilet 323 14

outwork: tasselling 293 8, twisting shawl fringes 323 15

oven base, Castleshaw Roman forts 184 5i

oven bottom muffins 94 74

Ovenden, Chartist leader 52 27

Over Newfield, land for workhouse 371 15

Over the Hill by Way of Highmoor: The Centenary  History of Saddleworth & District  Cricket League: Phil. Taylor 313 17

overcrowding in factories 252 21

overhead cable way, Greenfield Mill 312 9

Overland lorry, early motor vehicle

overlooker 72 27, 124 66, 193 24, 212 21, 241 22

Overmilne, (Overmylne) Saddleworth 33 45, 74 81, 253 8

Overmilne, Edmund 254 12

Overmyln, old house at 134 84

Overnow, field name meaning 131 12

Overseas Club 353 25

Overseers & Guardians of the Poor: 113 51, 144 61,  254 11, 273 16, 313 12, 371 15, appointments 391 20

Overthwart, Othwart, Outhward, field name meang 131 12

Overtime Ben 141 2

Overton, Lawrence, London 112 34

Ovillers 353 17

Owd Bob o’ Betsy’s 113 46

Owen, New Lanark 294 17

Owen, Robert, co-operative communities 64 49

Owen, A.: Work Creation in the Thirties 141 9

Owlcottes 112 30

Owlers, field name meaning 131 12

Ox Hey 272 12

ox meat 51 9

oxen, status symbol 404 109

Oxford: 344 28, 382 10,  wakes destination 191 13

Oxford university 181 7, 353 19

Oxfordshire stone flag roofs 153 44

Oxhey: 72 24, 113 64, 143 37, 163 48, 184 18,  311 16, 1 26, 354 23, 363 15, 16, 18, 19,  common land 132 43; enclosure 164 68,  home of Thomas & Mary Wrigley 12 2

Oxspittle, field name meaning 131 12

Oysters, mesolithic diet 173 25


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