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Thomas Wood
Thomas Wood
1792-1838
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Accounts with Messrs. Andrew and Wilson of Stockport (pp. 195, 196), Joseph Armstrong of Manchester (pp. 13, 83, 84, 149, 150, 185, 186, 215, 216, 271, 272, 333, 334, 385, 386, 429, 430, 461, 462), John Arrowsmith of Longsight (pp. 115, 116, 199, 200, 419, 420, 495), Cath. Barber (pp. 66, 309, 310), James Barber, jun., (p. 65), Joshua Barlow, (pp. 23, 24, 47, 48, 75, 76, 111, 112, 141, 142, 171, 172, 183, 184, 233, 234, 339, 340, 469), Messrs. Barton and Collier of Manchester (pp. 439, 440), Betty Bennett, (p. 77), Rev. James Bayley of Withington (pp. 29, 30, 139, 140, 247, 248, 369, 370, 370, 380, 382), John Bayley (pp. 41, 42, 153), John Birch (pp. 31, 32, 269, 279, 405), Mary Blease (p. 78), James Blomiley (Prodd) (pp. 59, 60, 283), James Blomiley (Sheffy) (pp. 61, 62), John Bosson (pp. 147, 148, 217, 218, 293, 294, 329, 330, 355), Ann Bratt (p. 152), Benjamin. Brookes (pp. 107, 108, 229, 230, 273, 274, 371, 372, 423), Ann Broome (pp. 337, 338, 367, 368), James Broome (pp. 73, 74, 91), William Broome (pp. 11, 12, 27, 28, 57, 58, 110, 111, 121, 122, 157, 158, 169, 170, 181, 182, 211, 212, 305, 306, 356), Messrs. Caistor and Booth of Manchester (pp. 315, 316), Thomas Cheetham of Withington (pp. 151, 152, 289, 290), James Coope of Northernden (pp. 23, 24, 203, 204), Thomas Darbyshire of Altrincham (pp. 253, 254), Mary Dean (p. 44), Sophia Dean (p. 78), Rbt. Feilden of Prestbury and Didsbury (pp. 92, 219, 220, 265, 266, 295, 296, 321, 322, 351, 352, 375, 376, 395, 396, 421, 422, 431, 432, 435, 456, 475, 476, 481-484, 489-494, 497-500, 503, 504, 507), Rev. Robert Mosley Feilden (pp. 508, 511, 512, 519, 520, 527, 528, 531, 532), Joseph Fogg and Co. of Stockport (pp. 87, 88), George Gartside and Son of Stockport (pp. 133, 134), Sam Goolden (pp. 387, 388), Sarah Halliwell (pp. 77, 78), Messrs. Hardman and Barrow of Salford (pp. 7, 8), James Hardman of Salford (pp. 71, 72, 117, 118, 159, 160, 189, 190, 231, 232, 255, 256, 313, 314, 349, 350, 389, 390, 409, 435, 436, 445, 446, 451, 452). Thomas Harrison (pp. 9, 10, 63, 64, 205, 206, 365, 366), Thomas Hewitt of Manchester (pp. 281, 282), Messrs. Hindley and Johnson of Salford (pp. 311, 312, 363, 364, 433, 434), Messrs. Hole and Potter of Manchester (pp. 441, 442), John Horsfall of Stockport (pp. 133, 134), Samuel Jackson of Mansfield or Worksop, Notts., (pp. 279, 280), Messrs. Lewis, Salmon and Co. of Altricham (pp. 79, 80, 87, 88, 263, 264, 373, 374), Ruth. Marsland or Greatrix (p. 151), Daniel Massey (pp. 35, 36, 161, 162, 381), William Mott of Liverpool, grocer (pp. 291, 292), Samuel Mottram of Salford (pp. 138, 140), William Newall and Co. of Manchester (pp. 437, 438), Rev. John Newton (pp. 25, 26, 49, 50, 137, 138, 223, 224, 237, 238, 245, 246), James Norman and Co. of Manchester (pp. 89, 90), Peter Pass, blacksmith (pp. 93, 94, 154, 267, 268), Mary Peel (pp. 43, 77), Sarah Preston (p. 44), Nancy Pritchard (p. 44), Raby and Aykroyd (pp. 38, 40), Ellen Renshaw (pp. 44, 151, 152), Martha Renshaw (p. 74), John Robinson of Salford (p. 464), William Robinson of Manchester (pp. 447, 448), Messrs. Rushton and Robinson of Manchester (pp. 22, 103, 104, 193, 194, 261, 262, 333, 334, 411, 412, 447, 448), Messrs. Scatcherd and Hardy of Manchester (pp. 38, 40), Mr. Slater of King St., Manchester (pp. 95, 96), Fanny Taylor (p. 77), Mr. Thompson of Manchester (pp. 187, 188), Isaac Thorniley, jun., (pp. 67, 68), James Ward (pp. 347, 348, 393, 394, 485, 486), Richard Walker and Co. of Ancoats (pp. 289, 290), Alex. and Sarah Watson of Longsight and Chorlton Row (pp. 119, 120, 207, 208, 403, 404, 473, 474), George Whitelegg of Northenden (pp. 253, 254, 460), Thomas Whitelegg of Stretford (pp. 387, 388), Nancy Wildman (p. 43), Thomas Williams of Manchester (pp. 203, 204, 291, 292, 327, 328), Mr. Willmott of Manchester (pp. 451, 452), Andrew Wilson of Stockport (pp. 227, 228), James Wood, [parish?], clerk, (pp. 17,97, 98, 131, 132, 225, 226) William Wood of Burnage (pp. 105, 106, 284, 298, 424), MessAlso includes dates of sowing harvesting of crops, 1801-1813 (pp. 135, 136, 377), types and quantity of potatoes 'holed', 1801-1808 (pp. 145, 146), amount of corn and hay in different fields, 1802-1813 (pp. 165, 166), fruit, potatoes and other produce sold, 1801-1816 (pp. 127, 128, 213, 214, 317. 318, 357, 358, 415, 416), mating of animals as in M62/1/2, 1799-1816 (pp. 55, 56, 201, 202, 301, 302, 417, 418, 457), sales of calves, pigs and horses, 1800-1813 (pp. 101, 102, 239, 240, 319, 320), accounts with the Water Banking Co. for work on the banks of the Mersey, 1797-1811 (pp. 155, 156, 241-244, 287, 288, 297, 323-325), accounts with the Landowners and Occupiers of Didsbury, 1792-1801, including a proposed drain 'below Didsbury Church, through the lane between Docky Hey and the Benchcroft in the Milngate,' 1798 (pp. 113, 300), licences, taxes and tithes paid, 1802-1813 (pp. 167, 168, 257, 258, 359, 360, 453), rushcart and wake accounts, 1801-1813 (pp. 129, 130, 307, 308), churchwardens' accounts, 1799-1838 (pp. 16, 85, 86, 163, 164, 175, 176, 179, 180, 197, 198, 221, 222, 235, 236, 249, 250, 275, 276, 285, 286, 303, 304, 331, 332, 361, 362, 383, 384, 391, 392, 397-400, 407, 408, 425-428, 449, 450, 465, 467, 470-472, 479, 480, 487, 488, 501, 502, 505, 506, 509, 510, 513-518, 521-526, 529, 530, 533), constables' accounts, 1803-1822 (pp. 114, 209, 210, 277, 278, 353, 354, 401, 402, 406, 414), surveyors of the highways accounts, 1798-1824 (pp. 2-6, 45, 46, 69, 70, 99, 100, 123-126, 143, 144, 177, 178, 259, 335, 336, 378, 477, 478), statute duty performed by Thomas Wood on the highways, 1799-1816 (pp. 37, 39, 260), and accounts with Didsbury township, 1796-1812 (p. 345)
Title:
Thomas Wood
Date of work:
1792-1838
Reference number:
GB127.M62/1/3
Level of description:
Part of:
Custodial history:
Previous Numbers:MS F 942.73955 D32
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7815469
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