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  1. 12/05/2022 · SHAKERLEY - Deaths Announcements - Telegraph Announcements SHAKERLEY Geoffrey Clive Howell, died peacefully on 11th May aged 77. Funeral Service on Thursday 23rd May, 2.30 p.m. in St Willow's...

    • Manor
    • Chaddock Hall
    • The Garrett
    • Cleworth
    • Charities

    The manor of TYLDESLEY was oneof the thirty-four manors dependentupon the chief manor of Warringtonbefore the Conquest, being held by a dreng, whosesuccessors afterwards held it of the barony of Warrington. At the date of the inquest of 1212 it washeld of William le Boteler by Hugh son of Henry deTyldesley, (fn. 4) and at the date of the Gascon Scu...

    CHADDOCK HALL (Chaidok, 1332; Cheidocke,1586), on the eastern side of the township, was formany centuries the estate of a family of yeomen ofthe same name, of whom Henry and Adam contributed to the subsidy granted in 1332. (fn. 58) Thomasde Chaydok, a free tenant, was living in 1350. (fn. 59) In1547 Thomas, Piers, and James, sons of HughChaddock, g...

    THE GARRETT, standing half a mile north-westof Chaddock Hall, was the mansion house of thelords of the manor of Tyldesley, (fn. 65) whose descent hasbeen traced to John Tyldesley, senior, esq., livingin 1468. He is probably the same person as JohnTyldesley who died in 1497 seised of this manor,and of moieties of the manors of Barnston and Arrow,cou...

    CLEWORTH (Cluworth, 1333) is an estate ofabout 163 acres, lying on high ground near the centreof the township and held of the lord of the reputedmanor of Tyldesley by a yearly quit-rent of onehalfpenny. (fn. 80) It was included in the grant of a greatpart of the township made in 1301 by Henrylord of Tyldesley to his younger son Adam, ofwhom it was ...

    In 1729 Joseph Parr chargedcertain premises in Tyldesley witha yearly sum of £2 to be distributed amongst the poor living in Tyldesley andHurst Quarter. There are also a number of charitieswhich have been created within recent years, mainlyfor the benefit of St. George's church and schools. (fn. 110) The church of St. George, commenced in 1822and c...

    • Maritime Trade
    • Occupations and Economic Regulation
    • Shopping
    • Social Conditions
    • Chester as A County Resort

    The revival of the city's overseas commerce after 1660was hampered by wars and privateering, and it wasnever large even in the best years. In 1700, for example,there were only 10 outward international sailings and20 inward. The export of tanned calfskins to Franceand Spain continued on a much reduced scale, withmany interruptions. Instead, lead exp...

    In the later 17th century the Assembly still insistedthat traders and craftsmen take up the freedom of thecity before working there. (fn. 42) Between 1660 and 1699 atleast 1,930 new freemen were admitted, an annualaverage exceeding 48. Chester's occupational structurewas probably changing. (fn. 43) The proportion of new freemen in the wholesale and...

    The city's fairs declined during the later 17th centurythen revived after 1700, partly through the growingtrade in Irish linen, and partly through horse dealing,which drew purchasers from a wide area. (fn. 67) A flourishing trade in saddle, pack, and draught animals alsodeveloped in Chester's markets, and focused on theinns because innkeepers bough...

    In the mid 1660s Chester had 1,666 households whichpaid tax on 4,273 hearths, (fn. 85) a low average of 2.5 hearthsa household. Two fifths of the households (671 innumber) were exempt because of poverty and in allalmost half (781 households) had only one or nohearth. The most modest houses, those with no morethan two hearths, accounted for some two...

    The cultural life of Chester in the century after theRestoration reflected its growing importance as a socialcentre for the gentry of the surrounding area and as aplace where many leisured families resided. One signwas the very early establishment of freemasonry: the'Society' of which Randle Holme III (1627-1700) was amember c. 1673 was evidently o...

  2. 02/05/2022 · Un des petits-fils de la reine d'Angleterre divorce Peter Philips et Autumn s'étaient mariés en 2008 au château de Windsor (archives). © KEYSTONE/AP PA/SIR GEOFFREY SHAKERLEY Publié le 11 février...

  3. 18/04/2022 · Geoffrey Shakerley (m. 1962⁠–⁠1968) (kematiannya) Anak-anak: 2: Virginia Elizabeth Maskell, Lady Shakerley (27 Februari 1936 ...

  4. 03/05/2022 · Jane Stevens. Janie Stevens, décédée à l’âge de 85 ans, était l’ex-épouse de Jocelyn Stevens et une dame d’honneur de longue date et amie proche de la princesse Margaret.

  5. 01/05/2022 · Janie Stevens, who has died aged 85, was the former wife of Jocelyn Stevens, and a long serving lady-in-waiting and close friend of Princess Margaret. A glamorous debutante herself in the 1950s,...