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"DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY."
Following Lancashire and Cheshire persons [natives or closely connected] :Vol. 45: Sir Richard Perryn, baron of the exchequer, 1723-1803; John Louis Petit, divine and artist, 1801-1868; Nathaniel George Philips, artist, 1795-1831; Sir Thomas Phillipps, baronet, antiquary, and bibliophile, 1792-1872; Sir James Allanson Picton, antiquary and architect, 1805-1889; Francis Pilkington, lutenist and musical composer, 1570?-1625?; James Pilkington, first Protestant bishop of Durham, 1520?-1576; Leonard Pilkington, master of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1537?-1559; Richard Pilkington, Protestant controversialist, 1568?-1631; Charles Plowden, rector of Stonyhurst College, 1743-1821.
Vol. 46: John Bede Polding, first Roman Catholic archbishop of Sydney, 1794-1877; William Pollard, Quaker, 1828–1893; Sir John Port, judge, 1480?-1541; Thomas Postlethwaite, master of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1731-1798; Richard Potter, scientific writer, 1799-1886; Horatio Powys, bishop of Sodor and Man, 1805-1877; John Prestwich (called Sir John), antiquary, d. 1795; John Critchley Prince, poet, 1808-1866; Robert Prescott, general, 1725-1816; Joseph Priestley, theologian and man of science, 1733-1804; Richard Wright Procter, author, 1816-1881.
Vol. 47: Ralph Radcliffe, schoolmaster and playwright, 1519?-1559; William Radcliffe. improver of cotton machinery, 1760-1841; Thomas Radford, obstetrician, 1793-1881; Elizabeth Raffald, cook and author, 1733-1781; Thomas Raffles, Independent minister, 1788-1863; Henry Cecil Raikes, politician, 1838–1891; Francis Robert Raines, antiquary, 1805-1878; Randulf, called Le Meschin, earl of Chester, d. 1129? Randulf, called De Gernons, earl of Chester, d. 1153; Dorning Rasbotham, author, 1730-1791; Henry Ratcliffe, vital statistician, 1808-1877; John Rathbone, artist, 1750?-1807; William Rathbone, merchant, 1757-1809 (also son, W. R., 1787-1868); John Samuel Raven, landscape-painter, 1829-1877.
Vol. 48: John Richardson, bishop of Ardagh, 1580-1654; Samuel Richardson, stenographer, d. 1805; Legh Richmond, evangelical divine, 1772-1827; Charles Richson, educational reformer, 1806–1874; John Rider or Ryder, lexicographer and bishop of Killaloe, 1562–1632; Alexander Rigby, parliamentary colonel and baron of the Exchequer, 1594-1650; Edward Rigby, physician, 1747-1821; Joseph Rigby, parliamentarian, d. 1671; Alfred Rimmer, artist and author, 1829-1893; Edward Rishton, Catholic divine, 1550-1586; Nicholas Rishton, diplomatist, d. 1413; Thomas Risley, nonconformist divine, 16301716; John Gooch Robberds, Unitarian minister, 1789-1854.
SUBJECT INDEX TO THE
OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE ANTI-
CONTRACTIONS.-C.S., Cheshire Sheaf; Ches. N. and Q., Cheshire Notes and Queries; Chet. Soc., Chetham Society; D. N. B., Dictionary of National Biography; M. C. N., Manchester City News; M. F. and P., Manchester Faces and Places; M. W. T., Manchester Weekly Times; Rec. Soc., Record Society.
Acton Church Monuments C. S.
Bate of Kelsterton, co. Flint,
Cheshire Antiquities Swann Billinge (Thos.), Charges of Simony C. S.
Birch, Memories Birch, M. C. N.
Blind Jack of Knaresborough
Brereton Håll Ches. N. and Q. 3 Bridestones of Cheshire Ches. N. and Q. 2
Bridges, Lancashire Harrison Brierley (Ben.), Obituary Notice M. C. N., Brierley, Dronsfield Bromborough, Nonconformity,
1669 C. S.
Broster (Rich.), Composition Papers C. S.
Brown (Thos.), Trial, 1796 C. S.
Burnley M. C. N., M. W. T.
Byrom (Dr. Geo.), Composition
Byrom (Dr. John) M. W. T., Stephen
Castles, Lancashire and Cheshire Mackenzie
Cheshire, Ancient Customs Ditchfield, Antiquities and Biography, Bibliography Swann, Bells C. S., Bp. of Chester's Visitations, 1554, 1557, 1598, 1677 C. S., Bridestones Ches. N. and Q. 2, Bronze Implements Yates, Castles Mackenzie, Heroes Ches. N. and Q. 4, in the great Civil War Robinson, J.P.s, 1601, 1620 C. S., Medieval Exchequer
References Hall, News concern-
Churton Heath Chapel Petition,
Clayton Hall Clayton, M. C. N.
Collier (John) and Dr. Whitaker
Composition Papers, Royalist, Ex-
Corn Laws Repeal, Jubilee M.W.T.
Flame (Lord) Ches. N. and Q. 2
Foxdenton Hall M. F. and P.
Franceis, Surname, County Re-
Francus, Surname, County Re-
French, Surname, County Records
Frodsham, Church Inventories,
1622-71 C. S., Church, Kingsley
Furness Abbey Sydney
Gaskell (Mrs. E. C.) Shorter
Gawsworth Church M. F. and P.
Gibbet at Stockport Ches. N. and
Glegg (Wm.), Charges, 1649 C. S.
Hall (Bp. Geo.), Cup at Oxford
Hallé (Sir Chas.), Autobiography
Hawthorn Hall, Wilmslow Ches.
Heswall, Parish Registers May,
Hilbree, Monastic Cell C. S.
Hill Cliffe Baptist Chapel Hill
Holford Hall M. F. and P.
Hornby (Sir G. T. P.), Biography
Hoyle Lake C. S.
Hurleston (John), Composition
Implements, Bronze, of Lancashire
Knutsford Brown, Ches. N. and
Lancashire, Ancient Customs
Ditchfield, Antiquities and Bio-
Papal, References, Medieval,
Leigh, Historical Jottings Bee,
Lindow Common Ches. N. and Q. 4
Littler Hall, Over Ches. N. and Q.3
Macclesfield Free School Ches. N.
Manchester Man Banks
Marple Hall, the Stables M. F.
Massey (Richd.) of Coggeshall,
Will C. S.
Massey (Sir Wm.), Composition
Mather Family, Pedigree Howard
Methodism at Radcliffe Bridge
Mobberley Ches. N. and Q. I
Mottram Church M. F. and P.
Mow Cop Ches. N. and Q. 2, 3
Over Church M. F. and P., Littler
Hall Ches. N. and Q. 3
Peckforton Castle M. F. and P.
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