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Thomas Wood
Thomas Wood
1791-1801
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Accounts with Joseph Armstrong of Manchester (pp. 29, 30, 77, 78, 215, 216, 269, 270, 327, 328), John Ashcroft of Northenden (p. 208), John Bancroft of Cheadle, merch. tailor (p. 80), Thomas Bancroft (p. 15), John Banks (p. 104), James Barber, jun. (pp. 55, 75, 103, 113, 151), John Barber (pp. 72, 146, 222), Joshua Barlow (pp. 74, 102, 108, 192, 195, 235), Barrow and Hardman, of Salford, brewers (pp. 251, 252, 331, 332), Rev. James Bayley of Withington (pp. 105, 155, 188, 232, 303, 304), John Bayley (pp. 48, 52, 133), John Birch (pp. 96, 142), Thomas Birch of Littleheath (p. 79), William Birch, shoemaker (p. 19), William Bithell (pp. 135, 206, 227, 228, 259, 301), John Blair of Manchester (pp. 237, 238), Mary Blease, servant (p. 323), Ann Blomiley, servant (p. 60), Daniel Blomiley, sen., (pp. 49, 50, 123, 124), James Blomiley commonly called Prodd(pp. 27, 60, 201, 280, 283, 295), James Blomiley, sen., (p. 106), James Blomiley, jun. (p. 2), James Blomiley, commonly called Sheffy (p. 84), James Blomiley of Stockport, wheelwright (p. 116), Robert Blomiley (pp. 11. 12, 209, 210, 237, 238, 329, 350), William Blomiley (p. 63) William Boardman (pp. 111, 169, 170), George Booth of Burnage, printer (pp. 53, 67, 100), John Bosson (p. 226), Broadhead, Anderson and Bunting (p. 323), Benjamin. Brookes of Heaton Norris (pp. 85, 86, 267, 268, 312), Ann Broome (p. 70), James Broome (pp. 31, 32, 54, 181, 182, 184, 223, 224,243, 244, 271, 272, 302, 319, 320, 339, 340), William Broome (pp. 51, 52, 117, 118, 167, 168, 173, 174, 191, 192, 221, 222, 229, 230, 249, 250, 265, 266, 277, 278, 289, 290, 309, 310, 318, 337, 338, 345, 346), Joseph Broster of Liverpool (pp. 99, 100), Henry Brown, tailor (p. 3), Thomas Brundrett (p. 5), Mary Butterworth, servant (p. 161), John Carter of Stockport, joiner (pp. 225, 226), David Cash (pp. 47, 52) James Cash (pp. 245, 296), William Cash, jun., (pp. 45, 171, 231, 255, 256), Silvanus Chandley of Cheadle (pp. 95, 185, 297, 298), John Charlesworth, printer (p. 122), Thomas Clayton of Ardwick, brewer (pp. 263, 264), Francis Cleaton of Chester (pp. 153, 154), Messrs. Crallan and Clayton of Ardwick (pp. 219, 220), James Coope of Northenden (pp. 241, 242), Ann Coppock (pp. 68, 74), Thomas Davenport, tailor (p. 90), Samuel Dean (pp. 66, 69, 145), James Dearnelly, printer (p. 160), John Dearnelly, printer (p. 145), Thomas Downes, jun., (p. 46), John Evitt of Burnage, printer, (p. 146), Robert Feilden of London (pp. 172, 211), Thomas Fildes, constable (p. 113), Richard Fletcher, blacksmith (pp. 25, 26, 75, 295,), Thomas Fletcher (p. 134), Thomas Garnett (p. 103), John Gaskell of Fogg Lane, commonly called Muslin (p. 92), Rbt. Gorton and Co. of Salford (pp. 23, 24), Thomas Grant (p. 75), Messrs. Green and Romney of Worcester (pp. 165, 166), Daniel Hadkinson (pp. 160, 202), Joseph Hadkinson (p. 125), John Hampson, jun., (pp. 56, 326), James Hardy, jun., (p. 69), John Hardy (p. 112), Thomas Hardy, sen., commonly called Blue Tommy (p. 64), William Harrison, dyer and printer (pp. 56, 108), Samuel Hesketh (pp. 110, 525), Thomas Hesketh of Cheadle, printer (pp. 114, 141), Thomas Hill (p. 28), Thomas Hordern of Fallowfield (p. 75), Charles Horsfall (p. 207), Enoch Hough (p. 54), Thomas Hudson, weaver (p. 136), Daniel Hulme (pp. 158, 208), William Jackson, printer (p. 48), Jane Jones, servant (p. 157), William Joule of Salford (pp. 61, 62, 177, 178, 219, 220), Mr. Kay of Manchester (p. 236), Joseph Kelsall, jun., of Stockport Moor, (p. 3), Joseph Kelsall, sen., servant (pp. 59, 60, 71, 74, 102), Samuel Mason (p. 91), Daniel Massey of Grundy Hill, tanner (pp. 91, 284), Mary Massey (p. 161), Thomas Mills of Bolton Wood Gate, Green End (pp. 32, 33), William Moss, pattern drawer of Heaton (p. 1), James Mycock (p. 152), Samuel Mycock, sen. (p. 28), Rev. John Newton (pp. 99, 199, 200, 202,233, 234, 261, 262, 293, 294, 313, 347, 348), Samuel Oldknow (pp.115, 163, 164, 197), Rbt. Parker, printer (pp. 291, 292, 315, 316, 325, 326, 341, 342Also includes accounts for household goods, 1791-1792 (pp. 34, 101), husbandry goods and utensils, 1791-1793 (p. 33), transport of hay, fruit, coal, drink etc., 1791-1792 (pp. 87, 88, 155), land ploughed and crops produced, 1789-1794 (p. 128), crops sown in the garden and fields, 1792-1795 (pp. 149, 279) hay purchased or produced from different fields, 1791-1798 (pp. 35, 260), corn produced, 1791-1801 (p. 36), time spent mowing, sheering and working in the orchard and garden, 1791-1801 (pp. 41, 42), cows bulled, time calves due, actual time of arrival and price fetched, 1791-1799 (pp. 37, 38, 153, 154), same for pigs with number of litter and number surviving, 1791-1802 (pp. 39, 40), hens sitting on eggs and hatching time, 1792 (p. 39), sale of pigs, calves, cows and horses, 1791-1799 (pp. 116, 159, 257, 258), sale of cheese, fruit, potatoes, nosegays and shortcakes, 1791-1800 (pp. 81, 82, 205, 275, 276, 324), different types of potatoes set, 1794-1800 (p. 214), work on the banks of the Mersey at Didsbury, 1791-1797 (pp. 93, 94), licences and taxes paid, 1791-1802 (pp. 109, 330), newspapers bought, 1792-1800 (p. 18), rushcart and wake accounts, including morris dancers, 1791-1800 (pp. 44, 162, 349), bowling green accounts, repairing and lettering the bowls and enlarging the bowling green, 1793-1796 (pp. 189, 190, 256), Didsbury Archers and Hunters, 1792-1793, including (p. 184) 'Didsbury Hunt Dinner at the Burning of Thomas Paine the vile incendiary' and 1/- to William Pass 'for Paine's Wig by Mr. B. order', 1792 (pp. 54, 184, 256), churchwardens' accounts, 1791-1797 (pp. 6, 203, 204, 307, 308), drink supplied to Didsbury township, 1792-1801 (pp. 180, 248), statute duty on the highways (p. 43) and accounts, 1791-1798 (pp. 313, 314, 321, 322, 336, 343, 344)
Title:
Thomas Wood
Date of work:
1791-1801
Reference number:
GB127.M62/1/2
Level of description:
Part of:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7815467
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