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  1. Hace 4 días · Royal fans have rushed to point out the resemblance between Prince George and his great-grandfather after a photograph of the late John, 8th Earl Spencer was shared online. The current Earl...

  2. 23 de ene. de 2023 · As James Dutton from 1883 was John Dutton's great-grandfather, this makes Spencer one of John's grandfathers. Either he or his brother John Sr will have a child who will turn out to be John Dutton ...

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  3. 26 de ene. de 2023 · Nacido en Francia en el 1509, pasó la mayor parte de su vida ministerial en Ginebra (Suiza) desarrollando lo que el reformador escocés John Knox llamaría, “La más perfecta escuela de Cristo ...

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    Originally the northern part of amanor called Rushton, (fn. 50) Rushton Spencer hademerged by the early 13th century as a separatemanor called HUGBRIDGE. It was then heldby Sir Hugh le Despenser of the earl of Chesterfor a chief rent of 1 lb. of pepper. (fn. 51) By 1251 thesame rent was paid to Dieulacres abbey, (fn. 52) whichprobably acquired the ...

    In1086 Rushton, including what was later RushtonJames, had land for two ploughteams. (fn. 62) In 1329there were 4 freeholders in Rushton Spencer,together with 6 villeins, each holding a houseand a bovate of land, and 13 tenants-at-will, eachholding a house and 16 a. (fn. 63) There were 319 a.of common waste in the township in 1777, whenit was inclo...

    A mill was recorded in Rushton Spencerfrom 1329. (fn. 66) It probably stood on the site of thewater mill which in 1775 stood on the east sideof the township. (fn. 67) A mill there has been poweredby electricity since the late 1950s, when the millpond was filled in. (fn. 68)

    In 1791 a pool on thewest side of the Leek-Macclesfield road southof Lane End Farm was let to two Cheshire men,John Burgess of Wilmslow and Thomas Percivalof Bosley, with licence to use the water to powera cotton mill, which they built the same year. Itwas run evidently by William Maskrey, a cottonmanufacturer, dealer, and chapman in the later1790s...

    By the earlier 14thcentury Rushton Spencer was a tithing of Leekmanor and sent a frankpledge to the twice-yearlyview. It was still part of the manor in 1820, whenthe court appointed a headborough and a pinnerfor the township. (fn. 83) The lords of RushtonSpencer held their own court by 1772. Recordeduntil 1841, the court was by then chiefly a socia...

    There was a church at RushtonSpencer in 1368, when the bishop licensed theinhabitants to have services in their chapel. (fn. 88) Ithad a silver-gilt chalice and a paten in 1553;another chalice, along with a bell, had been solda few years earlier to raise money to repair Hugbridge. (fn. 89) The chapel was dependent on the parishchurch at Leek until ...

    Two popish recusantswere returned in 1607, Anne, wife of EdwardSutton of Hall House, and their daughter AliceEardley. Alice was returned with her husbandJohn in 1616, when three other women, alllabourers' wives, were also returned. Anne Suttonwas again returned in 1635, along with anotherwoman, and Alice Eardley in 1641. (fn. 128) Two Anabaptists, ...

    There was a schoolmaster inthe chapelry in 1631. (fn. 138) Seats at the west end ofRushton chapel were fitted for a school in 1770-1. (fn. 139) A school was built by subscription at RushtonMarsh in 1772. (fn. 140) The first teacher may have beenUriah Davenport, who in 1773 lived at SchoolHouse in Alley Lane, just over the Heaton boundary. (fn. 141)...

    By will of1744 Mary Sydebotham left the interest on £11for distribution to poor widows in RushtonSpencer. At an unknown date Alice Yardley gave£12, the interest to be distributed in bread tothe poor on the first Sunday of each month. In1753 the combined capital of the two charitieswas laid out in the purchase of a cottage and1½ a. in the township, ...

  4. Hace 6 días · John Spencer (18 September 1935 – 11 July 2006) was an English professional snooker player who won the World Snooker Championship title at his first attempt in 1969. He won the Championship title for the second time in 1971, and was the first player to win the championship at the Crucible Theatre when it moved there in 1977.

    • 1968–1992
    • 18 September 1935, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England
    • England
    • 11 July 2006 (aged 70), Bolton, Lancashire, England
  5. John Spencer was only 59 when he passed away? I'm currently on my annual rewatch of TWW and got the the Episode Running Mates. Always makes me sad but glad I got to see this amazing actor do such tremendous work. randomly just googled him while I was watching the episode and never realised that he was only 59 when he passed.

  6. 26 de ene. de 2023 · Originally known as Spencer's Gifts, this novelty, adult, clothing, decor, and gifts store has always had a singular focus - humor. Since the first retail store opened its doors in 1963, this company has maintained an edgy and hip appeal with products that range from body jewelry to novelty (and serious) sex toys.