Location of Archives
The archives looked after by the Deane Archivist is prefixed DC/. Please note that there are many duplications. The reason is that this information was entered from a card index.
A work in progress is the addition of material thought to have been sent to Manchester (prefixed MC/). The information was discovered in a letter listing a lot of archive material which does not correspond with the official Manchester Archive entries. Research will be done to investigate this apparent discrepancy.
|101655||Heraldic Memorials of the Hulton Family in Deane Church, Co. Lancaster.
Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire (THSLC), Volume 68 1917, p107-112 Illus
|1191/109||Deane Church, Bolton. Tinted postcard. (Wm. Davies, 363, Chorley Old Rd, Bolton). Date unknown.
Negative Sheet Number 1/B41/38
|133.3/WAL||Secret Hiding Places
Author: F. Walsh
A survey by divination suggesting a secret passage runs from Deane Church to Bolton.
NOTE: Despite extensive building between the two locations, no evidence has yet been discovered.
|207153||Transactions of the Lancashire & Cheshire Antiquarian Society (TLCAS), Volume 30 1913, p131-152 Illus:
Surviving pre-Reformation examples from Hornby, Claughton on Brock, Leyland and Fernyhalgh, and later communion cups from Manchester, Rochdale, Leigh, Eccles, Warrington, Lancaster, Deane, Stalmine, Oldham, Winwick & Standish, plus other vessels from these and other places
|207787||St Mary of Eccles: A Medieval Parish
Transactions of the Lancashire & Cheshire Antiquarian Society (TLCAS), Volume 68 1959, p12-23
Origins, growth and organization during the Middle Ages. Argues a Romano - British origin for the church, and discusses the various building operations and the erection of chapels of ease at Deane, Pendleton and Ellenbrook, plus various private chapels and chantries
|218572||Henry Taylor: The Ancient Crosses and Holy Wells of Lancashire: A Revised Version. Volume 4: Salford Hundred.
Revision of the work originally published in TLCAS Volume 22, 1905, p73-153, and later as part of a volume covering the whole county. Examines each of the crosses and wells mentioned by Taylor and reports on their present condition ( some are no longer to be found ). Gives a 6-figure grid reference for each. Parishes covered: Ashton-under-Lyne; Bolton; Bury; Deane; Eccles; Manchester; Middleton; Prestwich with Oldham; Radcliffe; Rochdale.
|254B/DEA||Deane Parish Tyth Books
Typescript of original manuscript
George Marsh Memorial Cross photograph with notice of a "Conversazione to be held in Deane Schools 2-3 Jan 1903". In aid of the Warburton Fund. 2 pages.
|283/DEA||Magazines of Deane Parish Church and St Andrew's, Over Hulton. 1950-1974 incomplete, 1976||Bolton|
|283/DEA||St Mary's Church, Deane
A thesis from Chorley College of Education
|283/DEA||St Mary's Church, Deane
Ground Floor Plan - Photocopy
|283/DOB||Like a Mighty Tortoise: A History of the Diocese of Manchester
with photographs by Derek Ralphs
Author: Arthur J Dobb
Includes churches in Harwood, Smithills, Wingates, Turton, Walmsley, Westhoughton, Ainsworth, Deane, Peel, Belmont, Blackrod, Ringley, Bolton, Farnworth, Great Lever, Halliwell, Horwich, Lever Bridge. 304 pages.
|283/FAR||Re-establishing the establishment early19th century parochial subdivision and how it changed the parishes of Bolton-le-Moors and Deane / 1829-1851
Author: Farrell, Ian N
|283/FAR||The Parishes of Bolton le Moors : lists of clergy of churches in Bolton, Deane, Farnworth and Walmsley Deaneries : with brief histories of All Saints, All Souls, Holy Trinity and St Matthew churches in Bolton and St Luke, St Paul, St Peter and St Thomas churches in Halliwell 1989
Author: Farrell, Ian
|283/LON (Reserve Stock)||London Gazette
12 November 1841, 10 April 1846, 2 August 1858, 31 March 1860, 6 August 1861, 13 April 1866, 11 May 1866, 23 April 1872, 29 October 1875.
Assignments for new churches in Bolton and Deane Parishes.
|283/MAN||Parish Records at Manchester, Vol 1
Lists of archives for Anglican churches in Bolton and district held by Manchester City Archives
|283/PAR or 283/PAT||The Restoration of Deane Church
Author: Henry Sheridan Patterson
|283/SAN||Deane Church, Bolton, Lancashire
Author: Jim Sant
|901/HAY||Bolton From Parish to Borough
Author: C.A. Wyatt
Life as a Boltonian in the nineteenth century by J. Corley.
Bolton Parish Church; St Mary the Virgin, Deane; St Thomas's, Halliwell and St Michael's, Great Lever.
|901/PAR (Reserve stock)||Manuscripts in several volumes relating to Deane, Bolton and District.
Author: J. Heaton Partington
3 pamphlet boxes, plus card index.
NOTE: There is a lot of material stored in this collection.
|920/MAR||George Marsh Youth Centenary Sermon at Deane Church
Author: H.G.G. Herklots
|920/PEA||Notice of a Funeral Sermon to be preached on Sunday 29th September 1878 by the Vicar of Deane on John Peake who fell from scaffolding in Deane Church.
NOTE: This is not the sermon, just an advertisement.
|920/RAW||John Rawlet: Poet & Preacher
Author: Margaret Manuell
50 pages, illustrated
Biography of John Rawlet including clergy at Deane Church
|920/ROT||The Rothwell Clerics
Author: Phyllis Z Rothwell
40 pages including map
Biography of the Rothwell family: James Rothwell, William Rothwell who were vicars of Deane.
|920/TIL||A Memoir of the Reverend John Tilsley, M.A., Vicar of Deane, near Bolton. A.D. 1642-1662
Author: John E. Bailey
21 pages, reprinted from "Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Notes, 1884
|929.3/DEA||Deane Parish Church Baptisms Index 1813-1859
Author: Bolton and District Family History Society
172 pages, includes index
NOTE: Information also available on CD from various sources
|929.3/DEA||Deane Parish Church Marriages Index 1813-1854
Author: Bolton and District Family History Society
NOTE: Information also available on CD from various sources.
|929.3/DEA||Deane Parish Church Marriages Index 1848-1859
Author: Bolton and District Family History Society
NOTE: Information also available on CD from various sources.
|929.3/DEA||Deane Parish Church Marriages Index 1860-1886
Author: Bolton and District Family History Society
NOTE: Information also available on CD from various sources.
|929.3/LAN||The Registers of the Parish Church of Deane.
Edited and indexed by Archibald Sparke
1751-1812 + index
NOTE: This information is available on CD from various sources. (LPRS Vol79, 1940)
|929.3/LAN and 929.2/DEA||The Registers of the Parish Church of Deane.
Volume 1, part 2.
Burials 1604, 1613-1750
Index to parts 1 and 2
Edited and indexed by Archibald Sparke
Pages 361-693 + index
NOTE: This information is available on CD from various sources.
|929.5/DEA||The Monumental Inscriptions - St Mary's Parish Church, Deane (Old Part)
Author: Bolton and District Family History Society
Indexed list of inscriptions on gravestones in the old part of the graveyard
181 pages, includes index
On CD at 929.5/BOL (digitised 2008)
|929.5/FAR||Surname index for Deane Church, St Peters Halliwell and Walmsley Church: Monumental Inscriptions Database Index 1993
|929.8/HUL||Heraldic Memorials of the Hulton family in Deane Church, Co. Lancaster, 1913. Offprint from Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire vol 68, p106-112||Bolton|
|942.72/LAN||The Church in Cotonopolis
Essays to mark the 150th Anniversary of the Diocese of Manchester, edited by Chris Ford, Michael Powell and Terry Wyke. 1997
Author: Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society
Volume 92-93 1996/7
|ABJ/19/10||Deane Parish Church Memorial Hall, Junction Road - plans, sections, elevations||Bolton|
|ABPP/32/10/19||William Henry Poole, chairman of Deane Parish Council||Bolton|
|ABPP/35/23/4||Transcripts of Shorthand Notes Taken at Parish Council and Township Meetings: Deane||Bolton|
|BEA/I/1784||Pews in Deans Church||Salford|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 1 Description of windows||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 1 display||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 1 History||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 1 Large advert||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 1 window display||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 14 ground floor plans||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 2 Tickets for Mrs Mitchell talk||Deane|
|DC/01||1986 Celebration 3 Programmes||Deane|
|DC/01||4 thank you letters||Deane|
|DC/01||5 Communion booklets 28/09/1986 pm||Deane|
|DC/01||6 family service booklets 28/09/1986 am||Deane|
|DC/01||6 small posters||Deane|
|DC/01||Acceptance letter: F.J. Gilbert||Deane|
|DC/01||Acceptance letter: Mayor||Deane|
|DC/01||Acceptance letter: Mrs Berry, Local Councillor||Deane|
|DC/01||Acceptance letter: T Sackville MP||Deane|
|DC/01||Acceptance letter: W.S. Brison||Deane|
|DC/01||Arrangementfor document display||Deane|
|DC/01||Balance sheet 13/10/1986||Deane|
|DC/01||Bolton Councillors: list||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence re insurance Sir Geoffrey Hulton||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: C Mochrie||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: Gerrard Booth||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: M Crook||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: Mayor||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: Mrs Mitchell||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: Sir Geoffrey Hulton||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: St John Ambulance||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence with: T Stokes||Deane|
|DC/01||Correspondence: St John Amulance||Deane|
|DC/01||Cuttings: (see scrapbook)||Deane|
|DC/01||Deanery letter: Bolton||Deane|
|DC/01||Deanery letter: Deane||Deane|
|DC/01||Deanery letter: Farnworth||Deane|
|DC/01||Deanery letter: Walmsley||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Beaumont||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: BEN||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Graham Ball||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: J. Hadley||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Lewis's||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Magnet Southern||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Manor, Kay & Foley||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Marks & Spencer||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: N.W.Post||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Royal Bank||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Shaw & Son||Deane|
|DC/01||Details of financial help: Townson's||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: B Worrall||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: Crusty Cob||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: K. Abbott||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: Ladies Guild||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: M & A Crook||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: S.D. Morgan||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: St Johns Ambulance||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: T Stokes||Deane|
|DC/01||Donations from: W & J Leigh||Deane|
|DC/01||Draft letter of invitation to councillors||Deane|
|DC/01||Draft letter of thanks||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation D. McCormick||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: Bishop Stanley||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: D. Berry||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: D. Guest||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: F Gilbert||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: J Hannavy||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: J.G. Booth||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: M Kehoe||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: Mr & Mrs R Byrom||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: Sir G. Hulton and acceptance||Deane|
|DC/01||Invitation: Tom Sackville||Deane|
|DC/01||Lancashire Life Report (see scrapbook)||Deane|
|DC/01||Layout of Memorial Hall||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to BEN||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Bob Benyon||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Chief Supt Moores||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Guides||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to L.R.O & list of documents (2)||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Major Crook||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Margaret Garlick||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter to Tom Stokes||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter: John Murray (publisher for permission to use Betjeman poem(?)||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter: to John Murray, Publisher||Deane|
|DC/01||Letter: to Revd C.E. Shaw re HSP||Deane|
|DC/01||List of Stewards||Deane|
|DC/01||List of thank you's||Deane|
|DC/01||List of tunes / Church musicians||Deane|
|DC/01||Minutes 11/02/1985 - 11/09/1986 (16 meetings)||Deane|
|DC/01||Notes from Mrs Mitchell re flower displays (3)||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: draft letter||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Granada TV||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Look North West||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: NAFA Newsletter||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Piccadilly Radio||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Radio Lancashire||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Radio Manchester||Deane|
|DC/01||Publicity: Red Rose Radio||Deane|
|DC/01||Removal men duties in Memorial Hall||Deane|
|DC/01||Report on repair of Coat of Arms (2)||Deane|
|DC/01||Request for sponsorship - W.J. Leigh||Deane|
|DC/01||Stewards - request to organisations||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: A Ridyard donation||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: A. Lomax||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Bolton Chronicle||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Bolton Journal||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Chris Talbot||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Craig Mochrie||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: CYFA||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: D. Matthews||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: David McCormick||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Eric Downs||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Guides||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: H. Livesey - Artistic director||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Ian Gardner||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: J Hannavy - guide||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: John Corbyn||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Ken Higson||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Ladies Guild||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Ladybridge||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: M. Kehoe - guide||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: M. Mitchell - advice||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: M. Morris||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: M.B. Brown||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Mary Jackson||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Miss Crippin donation||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Mothers' Union||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Murbros(?) Printer - blocks||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: New Rosemere||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Norman Grundy||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Pathfinders||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Ron Morris||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Scouts||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Sheila Morgan||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Springside Mill - paper||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: T.W. Smith donation||Deane|
|DC/01||Thanks to: Wednesday at 2||Deane|
|DC/02/01||Church Fees 1777||Deane|
|DC/02/02||Bishop's Letter re 'Quota' 1900||Deane|
|DC/02/03||Accounts 1905 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/02/06||3 Bank Receipts 1942-3||Deane|
|DC/02/07||Payments by Ecclesiastical Commissioners 1939||Deane|
|DC/02/08||Church Fees 1948||Deane|
|DC/02/09||Church Fees 1963||Deane|
|DC/02/10||Letters re Brindle Bequest 1960||Deane|
|DC/03||ACTS OF PARLIAMENT||Deane|
|DC/03/01||Act re Drunkenness 1623||Deane|
|DC/03/02||Act re Drunkenness 1629||Deane|
|DC/03/03||Act re Putting vicars in parishes 1774||Deane|
|DC/03/04||Act re Marriage 1780||Deane|
|DC/03/05||Act re Wigan Bolton Turnpike 1793||Deane|
|DC/03/06||Act re Payment of sailors 1794 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/03/07||Act re Sailors for war 1795||Deane|
|DC/03/08||Act re Bolton Westhoughton Turnpike 1800||Deane|
|DC/03/09||Act re vicars living in parishes 1814||Deane|
|DC/03/10||Act re Enclosure of Deane 1815 (4 copies)||Deane|
|DC/03/11||Act re Improving Bolton Wigan Turnpike 1884 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/03/12||Act re Lancashire Yorkshire Railway 1892||Deane|
|DC/03/13||Act re Sabbath||Deane|
|DC/04/01||Bazaar Card 1900||Deane|
|DC/04/02||Copy of pamphlet 1900||Deane|
|DC/04/04||Handbook 1930 (3 copies)||Deane|
|DC/04/05||Handbook 1932 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/04/06||Handbook 1937 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/04/07||Handbook St Edmund's 1933||Deane|
|DC/04/08||Opening by Earl of Bradford - SEE PHOTO||Deane|
|DC/05/01||Accounts of restoration of bells May 1896||Deane|
|DC/05/02||Barlow donation Sept 1984||Deane|
|DC/05/04||Belfry rules and fines 09/04/1934||Deane|
|DC/05/05||Church Bell Hymn||Deane|
|DC/05/06||Church Bell hymns (3 copies)||Deane|
|DC/05/07||Correspondence 1936-46 re estimates given in 1936||Deane|
|DC/05/08||Correspondence 1950-56 largely between John Taylor & Co, Loughborough and M Crook re recasting of bells||Deane|
|DC/05/09||Description of bells 1915 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/05/10||History of Deane Bells talk 21/08/1979||Deane|
|DC/05/11||Invitation to dedication of new bells at St John's Farnworth 1954||Deane|
|DC/05/12||List of 8 bells 06/07/1899||Deane|
|DC/05/13||List of guests to bell restoration service 1955||Deane|
|DC/05/14||Memorandum re Condition of bells 1937||Deane|
|DC/05/15||Peel certificate 1897||Deane|
|DC/05/16||Photo - 1954 recast all bells||Deane|
|DC/05/17||Photo - 1954 recast Crook's bell||Deane|
|DC/05/18||Photo - 1954 recast Vicar and Warden's bell||Deane|
|DC/05/19||Photo - Bells at Buckfast||Deane|
|DC/05/20||Photo - Bells at Leeds||Deane|
|DC/05/21||Photo - Bells at Oldham||Deane|
|DC/05/22||Photo - Bells at St Paul's London||Deane|
|DC/05/23||Photo - Framework of Walshaw Church bells||Deane|
|DC/05/24||Proposed plans for bell frame||Deane|
|DC/05/25||Restoration appeal 1953||Deane|
|DC/05/26||Service sheet for dedication service 12/02/1955||Deane|
|DC/05/27||Service sheet re restored bells May 1896||Deane|
|DC/06||Accounts for Kitchen & WC 14/10/1981||Deane|
|DC/06||Altar Rail Correspondence 1934||Deane|
|DC/06||Architects report 1913||Deane|
|DC/06||Baptistry - Chancellor's letter 1951 (see safe)||Deane|
|DC/06||Baptistry plan (not accepted) 1947||Deane|
|DC/06||Bill for Silver Flagon||Deane|
|DC/06||Building Committee Minutes 13/06/1980||Deane|
|DC/06||Church - Report on condition 1913||Deane|
|DC/06||Citation re drainage & kerbstones C & B1 1985||Deane|
|DC/06||Correspondence re Bowden window 1932||Deane|
|DC/06||Correspondence re Queen Anne's Bounty 1935||Deane|
|DC/06||Correspondence re repair of chancel & question of informing the lay rector Baroness Beaumont||Deane|
|DC/06||Correspondence re Tower subsidence and Haddock grave||Deane|
|DC/06||Correspondence re vicar's chair and photo 1937||Deane|
|DC/06||Description of change - ? 15/11/1980||Deane|
|DC/06||Dilapidation Report 1872||Deane|
|DC/06||Dilapidation Report 1929||Deane|
|DC/06||Dilapidation Report 1934||Deane|
|DC/06||Dilapidation Report 1935||Deane|
|DC/06||Diocesan letter re changes 14/10/1980||Deane|
|DC/06||East Window - letter from university 1959||Deane|
|DC/06||Feasibility study of West land 13/06/1980||Deane|
|DC/06||Letter from Nicholas Pevsner 1967||Deane|
|DC/06||Letter re tablet & White Ensign 1934||Deane|
|DC/06||New Chapel - Correspondence with architect 1972 1976||Deane|
|DC/06||New Chapel - Costs & Accounts||Deane|
|DC/06||New Chapel - List of chief donors & reasons||Deane|
|DC/06||New Chapel - Obituary of architect 29/08/1975||Deane|
|DC/06||Notes for Church guides||Deane|
|DC/06||Oak trolley - Archdeacon's agreement 1962 (see safe)||Deane|
|DC/06||Objection to removal of warden's pews||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan 1 - Map of church||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan 2 - Map of church||Deane|
|Dc/06||Plan of memorial tablet (2) Worsley||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan of oak roof 1884||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan of oil pipe to boiler house||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan of proposed reredos and accounts 1885||Deane|
|DC/06||Plan of suggestions re Baptistry and pews at back||Deane|
|DC/06||Plans - Inside||Deane|
|DC/06||Plans - Outside||Deane|
|DC/06||Plans - Proposed choir vestry||Deane|
|DC/06||Plans - Roof||Deane|
|DC/06||Purchase and sale of 120 Hawthorne Road 1972 & 1976||Deane|
|Dc/06||Restoration 1884-5 notes||Deane|
|DC/06||Seating plan for induction of Mr Bishop 1950||Deane|
|DC/06||Storage cupboard - application for faculty & plans 1994||Deane|
|DC/06||War memorial Chair design 1947||Deane|
|DC/06||War memorial design 1947||Deane|
|DC/06||War memorial plan - final design||Deane|
|DC/06||Worsley Memorial plaque - 3 photos of plaque chapel||Deane|
|DC/06||Worsley Memorial plaque - Correspondence with his son 1971-80||Deane|
|DC/06||Worsley Memorial plaque - Correspondence with Sims 1977-8||Deane|
|DC/06||Worsley Memorial plaque - Plans & inscriptions of chapel plaque||Deane|
|DC/07||Plans of extension||Deane|
|DC/07||Plans of layouts of sections||Deane|
|DC/07||Plans of old section (graves) 1964||Deane|
|DC/07||Plans of sections N A B||Deane|
|DC/07||Plans of sections N G H A||Deane|
|DC/07/01||Correspondence & talk of fees 1897-8 (see legal)||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - BBC talk on 'Sermons'||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - Induction (Photo and article)||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - Induction 1950||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - ordination of priest & deacon at Deane 1955 (4 copies)||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - photo of induction||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - proctomal election 1955||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - proctomal election 1959||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - proctomal election 1964||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - report on convocation 1957 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/08||Bishop - speech to convocation 1963||Deane|
|DC/08||Gatenby - collection for wedding||Deane|
|DC/08||Girdlestone - letter from Walmsley 1900||Deane|
|DC/08||Girdlestone - Notes on family||Deane|
|DC/08||Jackson - induction 1974 (photocopy)||Deane|
|DC/08||Jackson - induction service sheet 1974||Deane|
|DC/08||Jackson - invitation to induction 1974||Deane|
|DC/08||Jackson - press release 1974||Deane|
|DC/08||Lines - magazine article of death of his son 1916||Deane|
|DC/08||Moore ordination - see special services||Deane|
|DC/08||Patterson - letter from Walmsley||Deane|
|DC/08||Patterson - letter re Glebe 1929||Deane|
|DC/08||Rothwell - Old S E Lancs||Deane|
|DC/08||Warman - obituary (see history)||Deane|
|DC/08||Worsley - obituary 1971||Deane|
|DC/08||Worsley at St Bede's stone laying - photo||Deane|
|DC/09/01||Correspondence re Wm Potts of Leeds 1976-82||Deane|
|DC/09/03||List of donors in memory of JP Booth 30/10/1981||Deane|
|DC/10||Heaton - Markland Hill correspondence 1936-7||Deane|
|DC/10||Heaton - Markland Hill school deeds 1875||Deane|
|DC/10||Horwich - mentioned in History / Bolton le Moors||Deane|
|DC/10||Horwich - old document (1782?) with info re parish||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - agreement with Westhoughton UDC re use of church site as playing field 1937||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - Barchester agreement 1957 (see safe)||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - booklet 1887-37||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - booklet 1887-57||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - Dedication service sheet 21/09/1977||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - Details of costs||Deane|
|DC/10||St Andrew - old school (see photo)||Deane|
|DC/10||St Bede - details of new parish 11/06/1923||Deane|
|DC/10||St Bede - Instrument re church 07/10/1932||Deane|
|DC/10||St Bede - photo of stone laying (see clergy)||Deane|
|DC/10||St Bede - short history||Deane|
|DC/10||St Bede - stewardship campaign autumn 1966||Deane|
|DC/10||St George - boundary wall with St Philips||Deane|
|DC/10||St George - Brief history||Deane|
|DC/10||St George - release of church house 1883||Deane|
|DC/11||1815 Enclosure Act (see Acts of Parliament)||Deane|
|DC/11||1845 Enclosure maps and schedules (see plans 1)||Deane|
|DC/12||Booth window 1956||Deane|
|DC/12||Plan of proposed vestry 1897||Deane|
|DC/12||Plan of proposed vestry 1913||Deane|
|DC/12||Plans of church (4 copies)||Deane|
|DC/12||Plans of proposed heating system||Deane|
|DC/13||Altar rail & LC Worsley tablet 1934||Deane|
|DC/13||Bennett window 1958||Deane|
|DC/13||Boardman tablet 1932||Deane|
|DC/13||Book case & display cabinet 1964||Deane|
|DC/13||Bowden Window 1931||Deane|
|DC/13||Chancel window protection 1993||Deane|
|DC/13||Chapel, heating, lighting 1973||Deane|
|DC/13||Clergy and choir vestry 1952||Deane|
|DC/13||Clergy Panel 1959||Deane|
|DC/13||Drainage Kerbs C B1 1985||Deane|
|DC/13||Garden Of Remembrance 1959||Deane|
|DC/13||Hulton Door bricked 1988||Deane|
|DC/13||Hulton memorial 1959||Deane|
|DC/13||Kerbstones H section 1983||Deane|
|DC/13||Mr Peters Chair 1940 (see safe)||Deane|
|DC/13||No gallery 1884||Deane|
|DC/13||Oak door for vestry 1960||Deane|
|DC/13||Organ, trumpet stop 1994||Deane|
|DC/13||Pull down old vicarage 1917||Deane|
|DC/13||Rebuild organ 1966||Deane|
|DC/13||Removal of vicarage 1896||Deane|
|DC/13||St Andrew - changes||Deane|
|DC/13||Stainless steel roof 1992||Deane|
|DC/13||Storage cupboard 1994||Deane|
|DC/13||Toilet, improved kitchen 1981||Deane|
|DC/13||War Memorial Tablet 1920||Deane|
|DC/13||Windows, bells, vestibule door 1953||Deane|
|DC/14||2 large ground floor plans||Deane|
|DC/14||Church notices re Festival||Deane|
|DC/14||Church notices re Mission||Deane|
|DC/14||Church notices re Ordination||Deane|
|DC/14||Concert booklet (8)||Deane|
|DC/14||Concert tickets - youth Chri etc (8)||Deane|
|DC/14||Cutting BEN 23/09/1993||Deane|
|DC/14||Festival programme (2)||Deane|
|DC/14||Guide to church & typed original||Deane|
|DC/14||Interim balance - undated||Deane|
|DC/14||Letter - thanks D McCormick||Deane|
|DC/14||Letter - thanks G Southern||Deane|
|DC/14||Letter - thanks to L Sumpter||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - draft invitation||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - draft thank you||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - Insurance re silver||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - Michael Saward||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - Police re parking||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - reply from insurers||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - sample requesting sponsers||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - Thank you||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - Thanks for refreshments||Deane|
|DC/14||Letters - thanks to police||Deane|
|DC/14||List of sponsors and donors||Deane|
|DC/14||List of those invited||Deane|
|DC/14||List of those to be thanked||Deane|
|DC/14||Mens Buffet 24/09/93 1 ticket||Deane|
|DC/14||Posters re bookstall, exhibition||Deane|
|DC/14||Price list refreshments||Deane|
|DC/14||Price lists guides, postcards etc||Deane|
|DC/14||Quiz night tickets 01/10/1993 (2)||Deane|
|DC/14||Service booklets 10:30 (4)||Deane|
|DC/14||Service booklets 6:30 (4)||Deane|
|DC/14||Service sheet 10:30 03/10/1993||Deane|
|DC/15||GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE||Deane|
|DC/16||Building consent 1930||Deane|
|DC/16||Club house - plans 1892||Deane|
|DC/16||Correspondence - WS Porrter (builder) re no tenders||Deane|
|DC/16||Invitation to Mr Taylor to chair opening 1934||Deane|
|DC/16||Leases re Church hall, Memorial Hall 1935||Deane|
|DC/16||Legal correspondence re change of lease from Church Hall to Memorial Hall||Deane|
|DC/16||Memorandum - New building or add to the school? 1934||Deane|
|DC/16||Memorial Hall - list of 91 names||Deane|
|DC/16||Opening balance sheet||Deane|
|DC/16||Opening ceremony 1934 (4)||Deane|
|DC/16||Opening order of procession||Deane|
|DC/16||Plan of land Wigan Rd/Vicarage/Church Hall||Deane|
|DC/16||proposed changes 1928||Deane|
|DC/16||Rights of Vicar & PCC legal correspondence||Deane|
|DC/16||Village Club 1891 booklet proposal||Deane|
|DC/17||Absent minded Sexton - forgot to dig grave 189?||Deane|
|DC/17||Bells - talk 1896 (see bells)||Deane|
|DC/17||Bells - talk 21/08/1979 (see bells)||Deane|
|DC/17||Bible notes - Tom Stokes 1994||Deane|
|DC/17||Bolton - descriptive account undated||Deane|
|DC/17||Bolton le Moors History - mentions Horwich||Deane|
|DC/17||Brief History - St Bede||Deane|
|DC/17||Church - drawing in C of E Newspaper||Deane|
|DC/17||Churchwardens - 1890 report on how chosen||Deane|
|DC/17||Churchyard - public apology by 5 youths 1909||Deane|
|DC/17||Current guide (1994)||Deane|
|DC/17||Current guide (1994) Supplement||Deane|
|DC/17||Current guide window account||Deane|
|DC/17||Cutting: Fishing in Middlebrook 1969||Deane|
|DC/17||Cutting: Font found in glebe 1962||Deane|
|DC/17||Cutting: New use of old school 1973||Deane|
|DC/17||Cutting: Obituary Bishop Warman 1953||Deane|
|DC/17||Cutting: Obituary RCW 1971||Deane|
|DC/17||Dawson's History of Deane (6)||Deane|
|DC/17||Endowment of Deane: Account - J H Partington 1885||Deane|
|DC/17||English Parish Records 1962||Deane|
|DC/17||Exhibits for 1952 display||Deane|
|DC/17||Furness Abbey guide 1970||Deane|
|DC/17||Guide to Church 1966 (2)||Deane|
|DC/17||Guided tour of church (RBJ)||Deane|
|DC/17||Hand written notes c1940?||Deane|
|DC/17||Hills History of Deane||Deane|
|DC/17||History of Deane in Manchester Churchman 1930||Deane|
|DC/17||Lancs Parish Register Soc 1936 (Deane mentioned)||Deane|
|DC/17||Letters from Johnson Soc.||Deane|
|DC/17||Letters: R Walmsley re Girdlestones ancestor||Deane|
|DC/17||Letters: R Walmsley to RBJ re History||Deane|
|DC/17||Letters: R Walmsley to RCW re Girdlestone||Deane|
|DC/17||List of documents at Manchester Library & Summary||Deane|
|DC/17||Manchester Diocese Centenary 1947||Deane|
|DC/17||Missing document: letter from LRO 1948||Deane|
|DC/17||Name - What's in a name? - Deane||Deane|
|DC/17||Notes for Church Guide||Deane|
|DC/17||Old South East Lancs: Article on RW Rothwell 1544||Deane|
|DC/17||OS map Horwich 1848||Deane|
|DC/17||OS map Westhoughton 1848||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1538 copy of letters patent||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1552 Inventory||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1656 Grant of land in Tottington||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1745 Trust dedd Westhoughton School||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1786 gift of a choir pew||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1787 Cost of schooling 8 boys||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1819 Faculty for pew||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1833 Faculty for gallery||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1845 Letter from architect re East window||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1879 Morris Green School land tenancy||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1881 Letters to architect||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1884 Faculty for gallery new changes||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1891 Letter to HSP re railway bridge||Deane|
|DC/17||Photocopies: 1896 Plan for buildings rear vicarage||Deane|
|DC/17||Poor Rate: December, September, May 1817||Deane|
|DC/17||Railway bridge: widening of Lancs / Yorks line||Deane|
|DC/17||Records kept in church 1949||Deane|
|DC/17||Rules: Sunday School Sick Society 1903||Deane|
|DC/17||Sick Society report 1949||Deane|
|DC/17||Sick Society report 1950||Deane|
|DC/17||St Andrew's booklet 1887-1937||Deane|
|DC/17||St Andrew's booklet 1887-1957||Deane|
|DC/17||Walmsley's History: Deane School (3)||Deane|
|DC/17||Wardens: Notice of election 1882||Deane|
|DC/17||Yew tree: poem & info TJ Stokes||Deane|
|DC/18||Silver Valuation: 1955 (3)||Deane|
|DC/18||Silver Valuation: 1979 (2)||Deane|
|DC/18||Silver Valuation: c1920||Deane|
|DC/18||Silver Valuation: undated||Deane|
|DC/18||Terrier copy 1728||Deane|
|DC/19||Copy of burial entry for B Grundy 19 19 1994||Deane|
|DC/19||Correspondence re churchyard fees 1897-8||Deane|
|DC/19||Details of St Bede's||Deane|
|DC/19||Hulton family surrender interest in chapel 1/7/1954||Deane|
|DC/19||Instrument re St Bede's||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence to remove body: 22/6/1959 M.E.Hough||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence to remove body: 23/12/1952 L.M.Stevens||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence to remove body: 31/5/1951 John Smith||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1945 Melrose - Hall||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1956 Parker - Bates||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1963 Burns - Ashworth||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1963 Kay - Budworth||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1964 Axon - Pitt||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1964 Clowes - Donnelly||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1964 Entwistle - Rothwell||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1964 Harrison - Marrs||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1965 Brown - Shovelton||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1965 Nicholson - Oughund(?)||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1968 Jackson - Leimann||Deane|
|DC/19||Licence: 1969 Bamber - Fish||Deane|
|DC/19||Marriage Consent: Ireland - Seddon 1973||Deane|
|DC/19||Marriage Consent: Wilson - Hart 1974||Deane|
|DC/19||Pastoral Orders: 1980 Team Ministry||Deane|
|DC/19||Pastoral Orders: Change of boundaries & map||Deane|
|DC/19||Pastoral Orders: Creation of Archdeaconry||Deane|
|DC/19||Receipt from Registrar for Marriage regiter 23/1/1899||Deane|
|DC/19||Team Ministry documents 4/3/1983||Deane|
|DC/19||Transfer to Simeon's Trust||Deane|
|DC/19||Vicarage deeds 1929||Deane|
|DC/20||1915 May, July - Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1916 Jan, Feb, May (2), July - Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1917 July - Oct, Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1920s (early) 10 sheets||Deane|
|DC/20||1939 Jan - May||Deane|
|DC/20||1940 Jan, Feb, April - Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1941 Jan, July, Sept - Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1942 Jan - Apr||Deane|
|DC/20||1948 Jan - Aug, Oct - Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1950 Jan, Feb, Mar, May, June, Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1959 April (2), May||Deane|
|DC/20||1966 Feb, May||Deane|
|DC/20||1968 April, June||Deane|
|DC/20||1969 April, May, June||Deane|
|DC/20||1970 April, May, June||Deane|
|DC/20||1971 May, June, July||Deane|
|DC/20||1972 May, June||Deane|
|DC/20||1973 May, July, Aug, Nov||Deane|
|DC/20||1974 May, June, Dec||Deane|
|DC/20||1995 Jan - July||Deane|
|DC/21/01||George Marsh: History - Orange Lodge 1993||Deane|
|DC/21/03||George Marsh: J Johnston undated||Deane|
|DC/21/04||George Marsh: letter about him - bible 1968||Deane|
|DC/21/05||George Marsh: Cutting||Deane|
|DC/22||Cooper, Alfred Heaton - letters 1967||Deane|
|Dc/22||Order In Council: 1968 Creation of Deaneries (new **)||Deane|
|DC/22||Order In Council: 1992 Lostock St Thomas & St John||Deane|
|DC/22||Order In Council:1980 Team Ministry||Deane|
|DC/22||PCC Proposed standing orders||Deane|
|DC/22||Pray: How to||Deane|
|DC/23||C of E Children's Society Centenary 1981||Deane|
|DC/23||Coronation Service 1953||Deane|
|DC/23||Enthronement: Bishop Christopher 1993||Deane|
|DC/23||Execution Warrant Mary Queen of Scots - copy||Deane|
|DC/23||Festival of Britain: Bolton churches programme 1951||Deane|
|DC/23||George VI Memorial Service 1952||Deane|
|DC/23||Magna Carta - copy||Deane|
|DC/23||Order for prayer for Diamond Jubilee 1897||Deane|
|DC/23||Order for prayer for soldiers in South Africa 1900||Deane|
|DC/23||Order to add lesser royals to prayer 1901||Deane|
|DC/23||Order to change 'Queen' to 'King' 1901 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/23||Plea to pray re present distress 1898||Deane|
|DC/23||Service for coronation of George VI 1937||Deane|
|DC/23||Service for soldiers in South Africa 1900||Deane|
|DC/23||Service for Sunday before Coronation 1953||Deane|
|DC/23||Service: thanks for Victoria 1901||Deane|
|DC/23||Thanksgiving service for V.E. 1945||Deane|
|DC/23||Thanksgiving service Silver Jubilee 1935 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/23||Thanksgiving service Silver Jubilee 1977 (2 copies)||Deane|
|DC/23||Torture of early christians||Deane|
|DC/23||Victoria memorial service 1901||Deane|
|DC/24||Alderman J Miles at Organ (photo)||Deane|
|DC/24||J. Miles choir - tribute undated||Deane|
|DC/24||Organ 1887: description||Deane|
|DC/24||Organ 1887: programme for inauguration||Deane|
|DC/24||Restoration 1946-8: correspondence with Hy Willis & Son||Deane|
|Dc/24||Restoration 1946-8: Estimate 1946||Deane|
|DC/24||Restoration 1960-5: Letters, estimates, photos etc.||Deane|
|DC/25||1981 Parish boundary changes (see legal)||Deane|
|DC/25||Baptistry & ? at west end (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Baptistry (rejected) 1947 (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Church (4 copies)||Deane|
|DC/25||Church yard extension||Deane|
|DC/25||Church Yard Sect N A B||Deane|
|DC/25||Church Yard Sect N G H A||Deane|
|DC/25||For induction of Mr Bishop 1950||Deane|
|DC/25||Garden of Remembrance||Deane|
|DC/25||Inside (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Layout of Church Yard ( sections)||Deane|
|DC/25||Layout of Old Section of Church Yard 1964 (graves)||Deane|
|DC/25||Memorial Hall Plans 1934||Deane|
|DC/25||Oak Roof(?) 1884 (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Oil pipe to boiler house (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||OS Map Bury & Bolton 1930||Deane|
|DC/25||OS map Farnworth 1850||Deane|
|DC/25||OS map Hindley 1909||Deane|
|DC/25||OS map part of Deane 1894||Deane|
|DC/25||OS map part of Deane 1930||Deane|
|DC/25||OS map Westhoughton (parts of Deane) 1929||Deane|
|DC/25||Outside (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Plan 1: West end of church (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Plan 2: West end of church (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed choir vestry (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed Garden of Remembrance||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed heating system||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed reredos 1885 (see buidings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed vestry 1897||Deane|
|DC/25||Proposed vestry 1913||Deane|
|DC/25||Roof (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||St Andrew's Church proposals 1955||Deane|
|DC/25||Storage cupboard 1994 (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Tithe map & schedule, Deane 1845||Deane|
|DC/25||Vicar's chair (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||War Graves location (see War Graves)||Deane|
|DC/25||War memorial (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||War memorial 1947 (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/25||Worsley Memorial tablet (2) (see buildings)||Deane|
|DC/26||Death of James Marsh: W Bashall 1870||Deane|
|Dc/26||Faith Healing: HSP 1907||Deane|
|DC/26||Farewell Sermon: F.H. Thicknesse 1868||Deane|
|DC/26||Farewell Sermon: W Bashall 1876||Deane|
|DC/26||Farewell Sermon: W.H.Green 1895||Deane|
|DC/26||George Marsh: H.G.G. Herklots 1955||Deane|
|DC/26||Introduction: J.R. Lines 1911||Deane|
|DC/26||Sayings & Doings: J Folds 1879||Deane|
|DC/27||Advert for Harvest & Pageant||Deane|
|DC/27||Cuttings: BEN 20/10/1952||Deane|
|DC/27||Cuttings: MG 22/9/1952||Deane|
|DC/27||Letter from Archbishop of York||Deane|
|DC/27||List of daughter churches||Deane|
|DC/27||List of invitations to take a service||Deane|
|DC/27||List of special events||Deane|
|DC/27||Pageant: balance sheet||Deane|
|DC/27||Pageant: Cast list||Deane|
|DC/27||Pageant: Programme 18 Oct - 1 Nov 1952||Deane|
|DC/27||Pageant: Script by KMB||Deane|
|DC/27||Services: Communion (2)||Deane|
|DC/27||Services: Deanery (2)||Deane|
|DC/27||Services: Mens (2)||Deane|
|DC/27||Services: Womens (2)||Deane|
|DC/27||Services: Youth (2)||Deane|
|DC/28||2 x Thank you letters||Deane|
|DC/28||Auction lots and prices||Deane|
|DC/28||Committee minutes (10 meetings 20/02/1992 - 23/10/1992)||Deane|
|DC/28||Correspondence: Diocese re assistance||Deane|
|DC/28||Correspondence: Diocese re assistance||Deane|
|DC/28||Correspondence: Duke / Norfrd(?) re assistance||Deane|
|DC/28||Cuttings: (see scrapbook)||Deane|
|DC/28||Negatives(?) church & vicar||Deane|
|DC/28||Note from R Morris re money raising 19/4/1992||Deane|
|DC/28||Raise the Roof: Appeal newsletter||Deane|
|DC/28||Raise the Roof: Appeal update||Deane|
|DC/28||Raise the Roof: car stickers||Deane|
|DC/28||Raise the Roof: logos||Deane|
|DC/29||Archdeacon's agreement - oak trolley 1962||Deane|
|DC/29||Chancellor's agreement to change in Baptistry 1951||Deane|
|DC/29||Chancellor's permission for churchwarden's panel 1953||Deane|
|DC/30||1903 Final Order re managers under 1902 Act||Deane|
|DC/30||1929 Hire changes||Deane|
|DC/30||1930 Calendar (see photos)||Deane|
|DC/30||1965 Old school (see photos)||Deane|
|DC/30||21st anniversary celebration speech by M Crook 1986||Deane|
|DC/30||Appointment: 27/02/1908 M.A. Mallowdale(?) Head||Deane|
|DC/30||Appointment: 28/02/1908 J.J.T Hill Head||Deane|
|DC/30||Appointment: 29/04/1885 A Winward Pupil Teacher||Deane|
|DC/30||Cost of boys 1787 (photo)||Deane|
|DC/30||Election of Govenors to C of E Institute 1929||Deane|
|DC/30||Foundation manager bank account Parr's Bank 1903-28||Deane|
|DC/30||Instrument / management in schools||Deane|
|DC/30||Invitation to opening of new school 1965||Deane|
|DC/30||Land: Letter from Bashall re endowed school land 1876||Deane|
|DC/30||Letter from Mrs Watson to Guild of Help 1975||Deane|
|DC/30||Morris Green School land tenancy 1879 (photo)||Deane|
|DC/30||New use 1973||Deane|
|DC/30||Prog for opening of new school 1965||Deane|
|DC/30||Repairs: HSP letter 1905||Deane|
|DC/30||Schools 1905 Jottings on Accounts||Deane|
|DC/30||St Andrew's Barchester Agreement 1957 (see safe)||Deane|
|DC/30||Westhoughton - (*) deeds / photos 1741 (see history)||Deane|
|DC/31||1905 Notes re lockout & collection||Deane|
|DC/31||1946 Service sheet (2)||Deane|
|DC/31||BBC talk by K.M. Bishop (see clergy)||Deane|
|DC/31||Letter: Wardens assert that vicar decide how collection spent 1888||Deane|
|DC/31||Sermon Sheet 1861||Deane|
|DC/31||Sermon Sheet 1868||Deane|
|DC/31||Sermon Sheet 1900||Deane|
|DC/31||Sermon Sheet 1946 (2)||Deane|
|DC/31||Sermons Sunday (see photos)||Deane|
|DC/31||Service Sheets 1995||Deane|
|DC/32/01||Correspondence re ownership 1920-35 (NB Whole file)||Deane|
|DC/32/02||Correspondence re sale 1970-81||Deane|
|DC/32/03||Sexton (see photo)||Deane|
|DC/32/04||Tenancy agreement 1971||Deane|
|DC/34||Aspin - Smith wedding 14/10/1972||Deane|
|DC/34||BBC broadcast: Radio Times 22/05/1953||Deane|
|DC/34||BBC broadcast: sheet 24/05/1953||Deane|
|DC/34||Bells dedication service 12/02/1955 (see bells)||Deane|
|DC/34||Charles Moore Ordination 26/09/1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Circular: re Christmas Services 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Circular: re Easter Services 1994||Deane|
|DC/34||Death of George Phillips||Deane|
|DC/34||Dedication of clock & bells 12/02/1955||Deane|
|DC/34||Dedication of leaders 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Dedication of St Andrew's 21/09/1977 (see daughter churches)||Deane|
|DC/34||Family Carol Service 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Funeral Alderman J Miles 1917||Deane|
|DC/34||George Marsh Service 24/04/1955||Deane|
|DC/34||Harvest & Flower festival 1993 10:30am||Deane|
|DC/34||Harvest & Flower Service 1993 6:30pm||Deane|
|DC/34||Induction of K.M. Bishop 1950 (see clergy)||Deane|
|DC/34||Induction of R.B. Jackson 1974 (see clergy)||Deane|
|DC/34||Invitation to All Saints Eve Service 1958||Deane|
|DC/34||J Team song 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Jubilee Celebrations 27th June||Deane|
|DC/34||Mission Week 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Mothering Sunday 1992||Deane|
|DC/34||Mothering Sunday 1995||Deane|
|DC/34||Nine Lessons & Carols 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Notice of Christmas Services 1995||Deane|
|DC/34||Ordination of Charles Moore 26/09/1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Patrick Dunne Memorial Service 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Remembrance Day 1993||Deane|
|DC/34||Sermons sheet 1946 (2)||Deane|
|DC/34||Service sheet 12/03/1995||Deane|
|DC/34||Special Services 1896 Restoration of Bells (see bells)||Deane|
|DC/34||Ticket for All Saint's Day service 1/11/1950||Deane|
|DC/35||Plans of proposed church 1955||Deane|
|DC/36||Booklet: Accepting stewardship||Deane|
|DC/36||Booklet: Before His Face||Deane|
|DC/36||Booklet: Guide to visitors||Deane|
|DC/36||Booklet: How to visit successfully||Deane|
|DC/36||Booklet: What is stewardship?||Deane|
|DC/36||Invitation to meetings||Deane|
|DC/36||Letter - details (4)||Deane|
|DC/36||Letter of thanks 17/04/1973 (2)||Deane|
|DC/36||Letter of thanks re 1963 Stewardship||Deane|
|DC/36||Letter of thanks re 1965 Stewardship||Deane|
|DC/36||Parish boundaries list||Deane|
|DC/36||Posters re giving (2)||Deane|
|DC/36||Time & talent card (3)||Deane|
|DC/37||Plan of proposed vestry 1897||Deane|
|DC/37||Plan of proposed vestry 1913||Deane|
|DC/38||Agreement re maintenance of 5 graves||Deane|
|DC/38||Correspondence re maintennance of graves including lists 1969-79||Deane|
|DC/38||Letter asking for info re S Horrocks 18/12/1916||Deane|
|DC/38||Letter re inspection of graves||Deane|
|DC/38||Letter re maintenance of 5 graves||Deane|
|DC/38||Letters re graves 1928-9 and dispute over inscription 'One of the best'||Deane|
|DC/38||List of 12 graves||Deane|
|DC/38||List of 22 war graves Feb 1987||Deane|
|DC/38||List of graves maintained by relatives||Deane|
|DC/38||List of graves maintennance by PCC showing which to mow, plant, clean etc.||Deane|
|DC/38||Map to show location||Deane|
|DC/38||Memo re inspection||Deane|
|DC/38||Register of grave maintennance by PCC||Deane|
|DCH/17||DEANE: List of Papists||Bolton|
|DCH/25||DEANE: payment for repairs at Church||Bolton|
|DDHU||Lancashire Archives - Hulton||Preston|
|DDHU||LANCASHIRE ARCHIVES - HULTON||Preston|
|DDHU 10||DEANE CHURCH||Preston|
|DDHU 10/1||Letters Patent creating the parish of Deane, Seal fragment||Preston|
|DDHU 10/2||Order of George, Bishop of Chester, after difference between the parishioners, for the levying of Â£26 "for Songing & making dry the Church & Chyard of Deane."||Preston|
|DDHU 10/3||Application from Robert Reeve of Westhaughton, yeoman, to William Hilton of Hilton, esq. to inter the body of James his son in Mr. Hilton's chapel in Deane Church.||Preston|
Ralf Astley of Over Hilton, ironmonger to William Hilton of Hilton, esq. -- rights in W.H's chapel in Deane Church.
|DDHU 10/5||Declaration by John Astley of Atherton, ironmonger, that he has the leave of his master William Hilton, esq. to bury his father Ralph in the lower end of the chapel of W.H. in Dean Church.
15 Mar. 1685/6
Endorsed: "Betty Green got me to goe to Mr. Hulton to get leave for her son William to be buryed behind the Great Church doore, Peter Aspinall".
|DDHU 10/6||Letter: To Henry Hulton, esq. at Hulton Hall
Endorsed "a letter found in the Highway 1709 concerning Mr. (The text says (twice) "HOWORTH" endorsement in "HOWARD") -- "We are sorry to write to you on this occation and tell you that all our townshipp is very much displeased at you for keeping Mr. Howard at Dean Church. One half of Farnworth and Kersley and Middle Hulton and more goe to Wharton Hall and to Mr. Burns ery Sundey... You seem very much against Presbiterians... People say that it is a hard matter that Dean Parish must keep you a chaplain, and too one that dishonoreth your Brother at Mancester with big talk ...
|DDHU 10/7||Draft letter from Henry Hulton -
- Concerning the resignation of Mr. Hatton the Vicar of Dean, & payment of 30 guineas by the curate Mr. Boardman, to succeed.
|DDHU 10/8||Letter: J. Worsley to Henry Hulton of the Park -- concerning the same.||Preston|
|DDHU 10/9||Terrier of Dean Church:
Account of the property owned by Deane Church, including a list of the names of the churchwardens, vicar and parish clerk; endorsed as a true copy by William Hulton
|DDHU 10/10||Concerning the charity of John Farnworth of Little Hulton who made arrangements in his will for an annual payment to be made to the vicar of Deane Church; recording attempts to trace the descendants of Farnworth, with some genealogical information and burial dates recorded; account written by James Rothwell Vicar of Deane and endorsed by William Hulton as a true copy||Preston|
|DDHU 10/11||"Account of the Coast of fixing up the Seats According to the plan ith South side in Dean Church in William Hulton, esq. Chapel".||Preston|
|DDHU 10/12||Petition of Churchwardens to William Hulton "to allow the Parish Liberty to Pass through his Door on the South side the Church."||Preston|
|DDHU 10/13||3 papers giving dues of Vicar, Sexton, & Clerk.||Preston|
|DDHU 10/14||29 letters to William Hulton, esq. concerning the resignation of Thomas Brocklebank and the appointment of Edward Girdlestone as Vicar of Dean, from the Bishop of London, Bishop of Chester, Sir Robert Peel, Rev. Thomas Brocklebank, Earl of Bradford, & Lord Lyndhurst.||Preston|
|DDHU 10/15||7 draft letters of William Hulton (1787-1864) concerning the resignation of Thomas Brocklebank and the appointment of Edward Girdlestone as Vicar of Deane||Preston|
|DDHU 11||DEAN MOOR ENCLOSURE||Preston|
|DDHU 11/1||10 letters to William Hulton from Henry Blundell of Ince and James Taylor of Leigh concerning the enclosure of Deane or Rumworth Moor; "Tho'e I am not at my time of life, anxious of increasing my property, yet as the inclosing of Dean Moor, w[oul]d certainly be of great advantage to all the Landowners, as well as the public, I shall be very ready and willing to join in any reasonable steps towards it" (5); discussing the terms of the proposed enclosure (6); "I entertain no doubts we shall find and agree upon the Boundaries without difficulty" (9); concerning arrangements being made to walk and map the boundaries of the moor, including a draft notice of the intended meeting, "I have order'd some of the oldest people, who know the boundaries to be there, and also a man, to take the particulars for a map" (10)||Preston|
|DDHU 40/10||Lease for 3 lives at 2/6 rent : for Â£160
Francis Anderton of Lostock, esq. to William Hulton of Hulton, esq. John Harper of Halliwell the elder, clerk, John Tildsley of Rumworth the elder, clerk, Roger Walmesley of Heaton the elder, Adam Robinson of Rumworth the elder, and John Johnson of Halliwell the elder, gents, on behalf of the inhabitants of the parish of Deane -- messuage in Deane in the tenure of John Tildsley, withcloses called the Barne Field, Marle Earth, Lowe Greaves, Great Eyes, Little Eyes, Ashen Marld Earh, Bent, Har Clark Field, Lower Clark Field, Higher Banke, Lower Hillock, Lower Bank, Kill Meadow, Clerke Clugh, Munkes (20 ac) -- for lives of John son of John Harper the elder, Atherton Heaton of Heaton, gent and Roberte younger son of Roberte Sharples alias Ward of Halliwell, yeoman. Witn. James Anderton, Thomas Marsh, William Bramsley, Richard Wood, Tho. Greene.
|DDHU 40/20||Declaration by the inhabitants of the parish of Deane that they desire the parish house to be demised to their present vicar Richard Halton, for 21 years. (Copy)||Preston|
|DDHU 48/182||Jo. Tilsley, Deane Church, to Adam Hulton, esq., at Mearley:
Recovery of a debt of Mrs. Rigby, which money is to go to the discharge of charges on Deane Rectory.
|DDHU 53/51||Sacrament Certificate of William Hulton of Hulton Park, esq. taken at Dean Church before Robert Latham, minister, and John Partington, churchwarden.||Preston|
|DDIN 63/2||Accounts of Brother Robert Parishe, churchwarden of Eccles and the chapel of Deane.||Preston|
|DDKE||LANCASHIRE ARCHIVE - KENYON||Preston|
|DDKE/2/1/14||Draft order concerning an outbreak of plague in Westhoughton and other townships in the parish of Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/2/3/4||Presentment: John Tilsley, late of Rumworth, clerk, for preaching in Deane parish church without wearing a surplice||Preston|
|DDKE/2/6/4||Quarter Sessions orders and various notes concerning the assessment for the relief of the poor of the parish of Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/2/15/7||Roger Kenyon's notes on the repair of highways in Deane parish||Preston|
|DDKE/2/21/10||List of records taken to a parish meeting at Deane church||Preston|
|DDKE/5/1/34||Revd John Tildesley, Vicar of Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/5/1/34/1||Copy of proceedings at a meeting of ministers and elders [of the Church?] relating to the removal of 'Mr Tildisley' [Revd John Tilsley] from the parish of Deane to Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumbria
|DDKE/5/1/34/2||Deposition of Roger Rigby of Westhoughton in the case of John Angier v. John Tildesly [John Tilsley] relating to the parish church and vicarage of Deane
|DDKE/5/1/34/3||Notes relating to ministers presentable at Quarter Sessions relating to the case of 'Mr Tilsley' [Revd John Tilsley?]
|DDKE/5/1/34/4||Information given at the Assizes in the case of the King v. Revd John Tlslely, Vicar of Deane relating to his nonconformity
|DDKE/5/1/34/5||Notes on informations given relating to 'Mr Tilsley' [Revd John Tilsley, Vicar of Deane]
|DDKE/5/1/34/6||Note of an agreement that John Angier, late Vicar of Deane be supplied with Â£60 [relating to the case of Revd John Tilsley?]
|DDKE/5/1/34/7||Information of David Durg relating to a conversation with 'Mr Tilsley' [Revd John Tilsley, Vicar of Deane] and his nonconformity
|DDKE/5/1/34/8||Copy of a bond to allow John Tilsley to be Minister at Deane Church
|DDKE/5/1/34/9||Information at Assizes of Roger Kenyon against Revd John Tilsley, Vicar of Deane for nonconformity
|DDKE/5/1/34/10||Case at the Assizes of the King v. Revd John Tilsley, Vicar of Deane for his being a nonconformist
|DDKE/5/1/34/11||Information of Roger Kenyon against the Revd John Tilsley of Rumworth at the Manchester Quarter Sessions including a copy of the proceedings of the case
|DDKE/5/1/34/12||Copy of a royal command to enter a noli prosequi [a declaration that a plaintiff or prosecutor will drop all or part of a suit] on the information and proceedings against Revd John Tilsley for nonconformity
|DDKE/5/1/34/13||Copy of an agreement between John Tilsley and Mr Kenyon relating to the removal of Mr Halton from the Vicarage of Deane
|DDKE/5/1/34/14||Proceedings in a case concerning Deane vicarage
|DDKE/5/1/34/15||Copy notes on a case relating to Mr Tilsley [Revd John Tilsley, Vicar of Deane] a nonconformist preacher in Deane parish
|DDKE/5/1/34/16||Note relating to a licence [to preach?] of John Tildesley , Master of Arts
|DDKE/9||Documents of title and other papers relating to various places
Contains papers relating to the government of the Isle of Man 1600-1709; Wigan Borough, riots and elections 1539-1769, Clitheroe Borough and elections 1618-1713, Manchester Collegiate Church 1581-1764, Chetham's Library 1600-1764 and Manchester workhouse 1731
The following documents had previously been sorted and arranged in alphabetical order by place and this arrangement has been retained with few alterations. While the majority of the documents listed here are documents of title there are other various items making this section difficult to describe. Many of the documents had probably been brought together during the process of the Kenyon Family's legal affairs and businesses and may even relate to legal cases, and where this has been obvious the documents have been listed elsewhere. However, any evidence of an original order or provence no longer exists. The documents relating to the Isle of Man relate to Roger Kenyon II's position as Governor of the Isle of Man and likewise the Clitheroe election papers relate to his having been MP for Clitheroe from 1690-1695.
|DDKE/9/8/15||Geyles Heysham, Preston - his uncle and his eldest son drowned at Lancaster, promises to be at Deane church, the high sheriff of Cheshire arrived in Preston||Preston|
|DDKE/9/12/55||Brother Hulton [Adam] Hulton - asking for money due to the schoolmaster of Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/9/13/52||Jo. Cestriens, Lever - request for legacy and other money belonging to the school at Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/9/27/23||Anne Worthington - asking George Rigby to come to Deane church
|DDKE/9/31/1||Agreement between William Grennevyle and William Ballard, gents relating to property in the parish of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/2||Memorandum of a case concerning the creation of a new parish at Deane by Henry VIII and the granting of tithes
|DDKE/9/31/3||List of deeds relating to Deane Church School
|DDKE/9/31/4||Receipt of George Rigbye of Peel in Little Hulton, gent for 9s for wages paid to preachers at Ellenbrook Chapel and at Deane Church
Witness: George Lynney
Annotated: No. 109
|DDKE/9/31/5||Copy of an order relating to wages of the Parish Clerk of Deane, 26 Nov 1547
|DDKE/9/31/6||Receipt of George Rigbye of Peel, Little Hulton, gent for 9s 2d for wages paid to preachers at Ellenbrook Chapel and Deane Church
|DDKE/9/31/7||Notes on ecclesiastical administration and tithes relating to the parishes of Eccles and Deane
|DDKE/9/31/8||Observations of the Church and Vicarage of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/9||Memorandum of the boundaries of the parishes of Eccles and Deane
|DDKE/9/31/10||Notes on Whalley Abbey and the parishes of Eccles and Deane
|DDKE/9/31/11||Copies of Henry VIII's letters patent creating the parish of Deane in 1542
|DDKE/9/31/12||Poor relief assessment for the parish of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/13||Copy of a declaration of the boundary of the parish of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/14||Letter from John Bridges of Wigan to the Vicar of Deane Church relating to the perambulation of the boundaries of Deane parish
|DDKE/9/31/15||Copies of an order of the Bishop of Chester for the perambulation of boundaries of the parishes of Eccles and Deane
|DDKE/9/31/16||Copy of a memorandum for walking the boundaries of the parishes of Eccles and Deane
|DDKE/9/31/17||Draft petition relating to the stipend of the Vicar of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/18||Conveyance of property in Rumworth belonging to the parish of Deane by Sir Raphe Assheton of Middleton, Bart and James Holt of Castleton, esq to Henry Hulton of Hulton, esq, George Kenyon of Peel, esq, William Baguley of Kersley, gent, Thomas Browne of Westhoughton, gent, George Leigh of Farnworth, gent, Roger Walmesley of Bolton, gent, John Richardson of Preston, gent and James Hart of Westhoughton, gent
Witnesses: Edmund Radcliffe, John Worrall, Alexander Scolfield
|DDKE/9/31/19||Appointment of Henry Hulton, George Kenyon, William Baguley, Thomas Browne, George Leigh, Roger Walmesley and John Richardson as trustees of property in Rumworth in the parish of Deane
1) Thomas Marsden of Bolton, esq, Nathan Dorning of Little Bolton, gent, Cope Brookes, gent, Robert Cooke of Worsley, yeoman, John Greenhalgh of Bolton, shoemaker, Thomas Booth of Great Lever, yeoman and other inhabitants of the parish of Deane
2) Henry Hulton of Hulton, esq, George Kenyon of Peel, esq, William Baguley of Kersley, gent, Thomas Browne of Westhoughton, gent, George Leigh of Farnworth, gent, Roger Walmesley of Bolton, gent and John Richardson of Preston, gent
Annotated: 'A Deed to Trustees abt ye Vicar of Dean'
|DDKE/9/31/20||Order for William Tonge and Robert Bullough to appear in the Duchy Chamber at Westminster to answer charges by Scroop, Earl of Bridgewater
Annotated: 'Deane parish papers No - 0'
|DDKE/9/31/21||Appointment of trustees to administer charity money in the parish of Deane
|DDKE/9/31/22||Tithe rents paid to Ralph Banks and James Edge the impropriators of the tithes of Deane parish
|DDKE/9/31/23||Copy of a lease of property in Tottington by George Kenyon of Peel, esq, Roger Dewhurst of Halliwell, esq and Richard Edge of the Moss in Middle Hulton, gent to Adam Barlow of Kays within Tottington, farmer the rent from which to be used by the schoolmaster of Deane Church School
|DDKE/9/31/24||Instructions for a funeral at Deane Church
|DDKE/9/31/25||List of recipients of gloves for a [Kenyon] funeral
|DDKE/9/31/26||Details of a bond relating to a presentation given to the parishioners and the Church of Deane by Mr Hatton concerning Mr Rildsley the right to preach
|DDKE/9/34/32||Jane Kenyon, Waldive Lagoe, Dorothy Lagoe, Edward Kenyon and Alice Kenyon, Deane - invitation to Brother and sister Haworth, and Brother and sister Kenyon to meet together at Deane||Preston|
|DDKE/9/35/15||Edward Kenyon, Deane - asking if he should ride the grey nag to London for sale, refers to the act for conformity||Preston|
|DDKE/9/36/2||Ed. Kenyon, Deane - asking for copies of the indictments concerning Mr. Lever||Preston|
|DDKE/9/36/4||Edw. Kenyon, Deane - has sent what Roger Kenyon desired to Peele and Parkhead||Preston|
|DDKE/9/36/26||Edward Kenyon, Deane - family business||Preston|
|DDKE/9/36/45||Edward Kenyon, Deane - about the law-suit between Edward Kenyon and Robert Lever, hopes to see Roger Kenyon at Mr. Chetham's funeral on Wednesday||Preston|
|DDKE/9/37/2||Ed. Kenyon, Deane - asking favour for Mr. Thomas Legh of Lyme who is charged with the hearth-tax of Blackley hall||Preston|
|DDKE/9/38/51||Edw. Kenyon, Deane - an excommunication is granted against Mr. Lever, Captain Greenalgh is presumed to be sheriff this year, etc||Preston|
|DDKE/9/38/59||Tho. Grenehalgh, Brandlesome - Lord Derby wished him to conclude with Mr. Walls, wishes to take his oath at Deane church||Preston|
|DDKE/9/39/6||Edw. Kenyon, Deane - about a possible purchase of the Westwoods in Billington, Adam Gartside thinks it is ground not fit for marling||Preston|
|DDKE/9/41/16||John Tilsley, Deane - wishes to meet Roger Kenyon and others at Deane church||Preston|
|DDKE/9/53/27||Letter from (Unsigned), Boulton - has promised to meet Mr Chetham of Turton, news of old Mr Marsh, Mr John Roberts and young Marsh, also Mr Hilton cannot be at Deane church, etc||Preston|
|DDKE/9/56/29||Raphe Eddowes, Middle Hulton - the discovery of a new knot of clippers and coiners near Deane church||Preston|
|DDKE/9/57/30||Tho. Marsden, Deane church - asking for copies of two indictments against Mr. Suthworth||Preston|
|DDKE/9/70/10||Jon. Johnson, Westhoughton - asking Roger Kenyon to attend his father's funeral at Deane church||Preston|
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|DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC||HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION 14th Report, Appendix P1 IV (1894) 'The Manuscripts of Lord Kenyon'||Preston|
|DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/1280||LLOYD KENYON to [his father].
--"Yesterday, the important business of the Indian plunderers came before the House of Commons. . . . . . You can hardly conceive what satisfaction almost every person one meets with expresses to-day at the event of yesterday, and at the hopes they entertain that justice will at last overtake these enormous offenders. My Lord North, I am well informed, cut and shuffled excedingly, and was at last brought about to concur in what was right, by finding from my friend, the Attorney General's, speech that he was likely to be left in the lurch if he proceded to screen the culprits. I am told that Lord Clive's friends look wonderfully crestfallen. I met Sir Roger Mostyn and Mr. Curzon yesterday morning, and cautioned them to take care of the public interest. Sir Lynch Cotton has not, I believe, yet been able to attend the House. I find Mr. Hulton's body is at last deposited in Dean Parish."
|DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/319||J. AINGER to ELLIS NUTTALL, "servant to Mr. Kenyon."
Deane.--"I have made bold to trouble you with the enclosed. If Mr. Nedham bee in towne I know you wil deliver it him. If hee should bee gone, I authorize you to open the letter, and at a convenient time you may shew it your master; but I hope Mr. Nedham is yet with you, though I heare he is not at your lodgings, which occasions this trouble to you, for which charge I wil satisfy you when I see you."
Enclosure.--1672, December 3. Deane.--"I writt two or three lynes to you last weeke which, whether they did reach you or not, I yet know not. I made bold also to write two lynes to my worthy friend, Mr. Kenyon. The truth is my case is sad, but it is not deplored by my friends, because not truly and fully understood. So soone as ever I knew that God had that mercy in store for us as to restore our King, I was one of the first that sought after reordination, and that not upon the account of wordly concernes, but upon well bottomed principles of judgement and conscience. My former juvenile prankes and madnes did not so estrange my relations' affections as did that one act, the sad effects whereof I feel to this day. Could I, to my owne satisfaction, have continued as I begun, when there was no king in our Israel, I believe I should have been in the van of the Nonconformists, and should not have gone through St. Peter's needle as hitherto I have done. It is well known I lived in good repute with Bishop Hall to his very dying day, and had that good Bishop lived, the first preferment, whether King's Preacher's place or whatever that fell, was promised to mee; but he was too good for earth. God had a scourge for us, and we have drunke of a bitter cup. When I had hopes they were frustraeneous (sic) and, instead of preferment, I am debarred of a settlement. That cruel prosecution or persecution of mee hath undone mee upon severall accounts. My resignation hath very grievously troubled mee, but it was more to please others than myselfe; though I must confess, I could not patiently thinke of a suspension. I have, to my noe small griefe, been out of employment since, though I had hopes some good friend would, ere this, have provided for mee by themselves or their friends. Those that were the abettors of my adversarys are silent in darkness, the one naturally, the other artificially, dead. What God hath in reserve now for us, I know not. I would fain hope, and I doe pray for mercy. Our case in Deane Parish is the saddest, I think, that ever was. That some eighteen combined persons shall carry on all designes against the sense and mind of all the rest of this large parish, keepe in a parson who hath not read one prayer since his first coming in, which was on Palme Sunday; to abuse king, parliament, all authority, parish and all, and putt in a simple young fresh lad, who was but a schollar the other day with my son under Mr. Taylor, and now intend him to be the cypherical vicar (not seraphical doctor) for whom they have gott the broad seale before the last Lord Keeper went out, and they say that this very morning hee is gone for institution and induction. How this will or can be prevented, I know not; but I could wish that noble person, Mr. Kenyon, would arise and stand up for the parish. Colonel Kirby and others would assist, but I need not, I cannot, instruct him. There was great sadnes upon the report of the death of the Bishop. All their discourse and castings for future was to this purpose, that if I did offer (it seems they suspect) to come in, they would indevour to gett in Mr. Rawlett and by all meanes put mee by, and if Mr. Tilsby might not enjoy his liberty as before, they would, and could, gett the seale for him to preach in his house; with such like stuffe. Is it not pitty these should domineer as they have done. For myself I say nothing, but lye with my mouth in the dust. If God see good, hee can restore mee; if not, hee will provide for mee. But because wee are to use meanes, I pray, sir, acquaint my most worthy friend with these things or rather put him in minde, for hee knowes them already, and pray him to bee instrumentall to helpe me to some good concerne. Oh, that God saw good that the King might bee prevailed with to let the Archbishop have a hearing of all their unworthy carriages, from first to last. I believe it might easily be brought about. But I forget myself pardon mee. My soule is troubled within mee. If you bee in London, I pray let me heare from you."
Postscript.--"I have been very loath to report what I have heard, lest it be thought to bee upon private designes. Ever since the last Bishop came in to be their friend, they bragged that matters should go on their side, in spight of Bradshaw and Kenyon, no better epithets so long as they has the Bishop and Lord Keeper's sure stayes, sayes Tilsby. Hee told me, about Ladydaye, to my face he cared not a ---- for the best friends I had, now theirs are gone. I could wish they might know themselves. Pray also tell Mr. Kenyon they have taken Mr. Hatton bound to resigne at their pleasures, having, as an ordinary servant, two or three months warning, the precise time I know not. I am weary of writing their fooleryes and knaveryes."
|DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/712||NAMES OF "CONFORMBLE CLERGY" AND OF CHAPELS AND MEETING PLACES IN LANCASHIRE.
--"The names of our conformable clergy who have taken the oathes, within this County [of Lancaster] :--
Alcham--John Taylor, curate.
Ashton-under-Lyne--Thomas Ellison, parson.
Astley--John Battersby, minister.
Atherton--James Wood, minister.
Aughton--John Brownsword, rector.
Billinge--Nathan Golborne, minister.
Blackburne--Francis Price, vicar; Henry Walmsley, curate.
Blakeley--John Moreton, curate.
Bolton-by-the-Sands--Thomas Garforth, vicar.
Bolton-in-the-Moore--John Lever, vicar.
Broughton--George Sedgwick, curate.
Burneley--Thomas Kay, curate.
Bury--John Lomax, curate.
Caiton--Anthony Prockter, curate.
Cartmell--John Armestronge, curate; Rowland Johnson, curate.
Cartmell Fell--John Macdowell, curate.
Chipping--Richard White, minister.
Chorleton--Joshuah Hide, curate.
Chorley--Benjamin Edmunson, minister.
Church--John Barlowe, curate.
Cliderow--William Banck, curate.
Cockerham--Lawrence Shaw, vicar.
Colne--James Hargreaves, curate.
Coniston--John Byrkett, curate.
Coulton--Thomas Myers, curate.
Crossby Magna--John Waring, curate.
Crosston--John Ryley, rector.
Dean--Richard Hatten, vicar.
Denton--Roger Dale, curate.
Downham--Richard Wright, vicar.
Eccles--Thomas Hall, vicar.
Eccleston--Robert Linethurst, curate.
Ellinbrook--Myles Atkinson, minister.
Farneworth--Christopher Marsden, curate.
Flixon--John Usherwood, curate.
Flookebrough--George Bateman, curate.
Goosenargh--James Butterworth, minister.
Gorton--Robert Dewhurst, minister.
Gressingham--Richard Thompson, curate.
Hallsell--Nathanaell Brownell, rector.
Halton--Thomas Withers, rector.
Harwood and Lango--Edward Sheardley, curate.
Haslindean--John Duckworth, curate.
Hawkeshead--Thomas Bell, curate.
Holland--Roger Bolton, minister.
Hollenfayre--George Hatten, curate.
Hoole--Richard Foxcroft, parson; John Battersby, curate.
Hyton--John Lowe, vicar.
Upper Kellet--Henry Batty, curate.
Kirby--James Muncaster, vicar.
Kirkham--Richard Clegg, vicar.
Lancaster--James Fenton, vicar; William Gregson, curate.
Leigh--William Barrett, minister.
Leyland--George Walmsley, vicar.
Lindall--Hugh Dobson, curate.
Lithom--James Threlfall, vicar.
Lowick--James Pickthall, curate.
Lun--Thomas Ryley, minister.
Maghull--Zachary Leach, curate.
Manchester--Dr. William Wroe, warden; Francis Mosley, fellowe; George Ogden, fellowe; John Hinde, chaplaine.
Meales--Richard Hardy, rector.
Mellinge Church--Daniell Armstead, vicar.
Mellinge Chappel--Peter Dean, curate.
St. Michael's--Thomas Robinson, vicar.
Middleton--Richard Warburton, rector; Thomas Harcurt, curate.
Millam--William Wells, vicar.
Newchurch-in-Winwick--Thomas Willson, curate.
Newton--Samuell Leach, curate; Edward Alanson, curate.
Ormkirk--Zachary Taylor, vicar.
Padiham--Richard Kippax, curate.
Poulton--Richard Harrison, vicar.
Prescott--Thomas Wells, curate.
Preston--James Bland, curate.
Prestwich--Archippus Kippax, curate.
Rachdale--Henry Pigott, vicar.
Ratcliffe--Charles Beswick, rector.
Ribchester--William Felgate, curate.
Ringley--Joshua Dixon, curate.
Rufford--Edward Atherton, curate.
Sallford--John Hide, minister.
Standish--William Heddock, parson.
Staveley--Robert Balfell, curate.
Tatham--Thomas Sharpe, rector.
Tunstall--Edmund Tatam, vicar.
Turton--William Richardson, curate.
Ulverston--John Crewdson, curate.
Urswick--Thomas Inman, vicar.
Walton-in-le-Dale--William Coulton, curate.
Walton-cum-Fazakerley--T. Pawlett, parson; Thomas Marsden, vicar.
Warrington--John Ward, minister.
Warton--Thomas Lawson, vicar.
Whalley--Stephen Gey, vicar.
Whittington--Thomas Bouch, rector.
Wigan--Peter Hadden, curate.
Winwick--Thomas Bennett, rector.
Wood Plumpton--Thomas Kirkham, curate.
"These following clergy who took the oathes, theyr benefices are not knowne:--
Thomas Ingham, of Burneley, clerk; Thomas Pendleton, of Manchester, clerk; John Usherwood, of Manchester, clerk; William Stones, clerk, supplyes the chappells of Darwen and Tockholes; Thomas Armetriding, clerk; William Woods, clerk.
"Presbiterian meeting houses not appropriated to any certain preacher:--
Richard Ingham's house of Little Harwood.
Thomas Dicconson's house of Stalmyn.
Robert Whiteside's house of Martin.
John Brook's house in Little Bolton.
"Meeting houses for Quakers within this county, certified and recorded, viz.:--
A house in Lancaster.
William Higginson's house of Yelland.
Thomas Wither's house of Kellet.
A house att Marsden.
A house in the forrest of Rossendale.
A house in Ouldham parish.
John Townson's house in Ratcliffe.
William Eccleston's house in Great Singleton.
Lawrence Coulborne's house of Freckleton.
Alexander Sailesbury's house at Wediker.
John Prockter's house of Dunishaw.
A house att Penketh, in Prescott parish.
A house att Hartshaw, in the same parish.
A house att Biccurstaff, in Ormkirk parish.
One roome in Manchester.
James Jamson's house in Preston.
Mathew Read's house in Mitton parish.
Thomas Dilworth's house of Bradley.
Certified by Henry Coward.
A new building upon Swarthmoore.
Colt House in Hawkeshead parish.
George Benson's house at Stangend, in Hawkeshead parish.
The Height, in Newton, in Cartmell parish.
John Gurnell's house att Spooner Close, in Hawkeshead parish.
James Harrison's house att Collingfield, in Cartmell parish. Certified by Leonard Fell.
A chamber belonging to Ralph Ridgeway at the upper end of the Smithy Doore, in Manchester.
Henry Janney's house in Heaton Norris.
Certified by James Stretell.
"The names of the Chappells in this County, certified and recorded, for meeting places for Dissenters:--
Shyreshead chappell in Cleeveley.
New chappell in Pendleton, for Thomas Jolly and his congregation.
Cleaveley chappell in Cleaveley, for Robert Waddington and his congregation.
Tockholes chappell in Tockholes.
Horwitch chappell in Horwitch.
Elswick chappell in St. Michaell's parish, for John Parr and his congregation.
New chappell in the Castle Hey in Liverpool, for Samuell Augier and his congregation.
Toxteth Park chappell, for Samuell Augier and his congregation.
Rainford chappell in Rainford, for James Bradshaw and his congregation.
Birch chappell in Manchester parish, for Henry Finch and his congregation.
"Presbiterian parsons and theyr meeting places:--
Thomas Whalley--Christopher Parkinson's house in Chipping.
Charles Sagar--his owne house in Blackburne, William Harwood's house in Lower Darwen.
Thomas Jolly--New Chappell in Pendleton, his dwelling house, John Holkar's house in Read, Agnes Atkinson's house in Clayton-super-Moras, Abram Haworth's house in Haslinden.
Robert Waddington--Cleaveley chappel in Cleaveley.
Thomas Key--Thomas Livesay's house in Over Darwen, William Waddington's house in Alcham, Walton Hall in Walton-in-le-Dale.
John Parr--Elswick chappel in St. Michaell's parish.
Samuell Augier--New chappell in the Castle Hey, in Liverpoole, Toxteth Parke chappell.
Peter Aspinall--Eccleston's barne in Warrington.
Nathanaell Heywood--Bury's house in Ormkirk.
James Bradshaw--Rainford chappell in Rainford.
Thomas Risley--Richard Jackson's barne in Culcheth.
William Birchall--John Hasleden's house in Ashton-in-Makersfield.
Henry Finch--Birch chappell in Manchester parish; his owne house in Manchester.
John Walker--John Hasleden's barne in Park Lane, in Ashton-in-Makersfield; William Lathwait's barne in Wygan.
Henry Pendlebury--Oliver Nab's barne in Walmsley and Basthouse.
Joseph Whitworth--Mr. Mathew Hallowe's house in Hundersfield.
Henry Newcome--an outbuilding in Dean's gate, in Manchester, belonging to the heirs of Thomas Stockton.
Robert Eaton--William Walker's barne in Pilkington.
Robert Constantine--an edifice of John Jackson's in Greenacres, in Ouldham parish.
John Lever--John Boardman's barne in Bolton.
Roger Baldwin--Mr. Roger's barne in Maunton, in Eccles parish.
Thomas Kinaston--William Broom's barne in Chorleton, in Manchester parish.
James Naylor of St. Ellen's chappell, in Makersfield.
John Compton--Cockay chappell.
"Other meeting places for Presbiterians, certified and recorded, but appropriated to no particular persons, viz.:--
Meeting places certified by laymen, the preacher not named.
Mr. George Benson's house in Netherkellet.
Certified by Richard Willson.
Certified by John Willson.
Certified by William Brathwait.
Augustine Greenwood, An upper chamber over a warehouse in Moor Lane in Lancaster.
Thomas Hodgson, An upper chamber over a warehouse in Moor Lane in Lancaster.
William Townson, An upper chamber over a warehouse in Moor Lane in Lancaster.
Shyreshead chappell in Cleeveley.
Richard Dicconson's house in Whittingham.
Mrs. Mary Preston's house in Preston.
Bispham schoolehouse in Bispham.
Roger Kitchen's house in Wood Plumpton.
Robert Swarbreck's house in Rossiker.
Lawrence Livesay's barne in Upper Darwen.
Thomas Slater's house in Whittington.
Thomas Dugdall of Baery his barne in Whalley.
Ralph Walmsley's house in Tockholes.
Thomas Thomason's house in Edgeworth.
William Holder's barne in St. John's Wind in Preston.
John Sanderson of Hardhornend and Newton his house; his barne belonging to the said house.
John Park, of Longton, his house; his barne belonging to the said house.
Mary Collinge's house in Blakeley.
James Hardmans of Brodefield's house.
Ann Entwisle's house in Edgeworth, in Bolton parish.
Francis Beckett's house in Tatham.
Richard Jones' house in Caiton.
Nicholas Charnock's house of Barniker, in Garstang parish.
Mathew Hoole, of Martin, his house."
|ED 161/9706||Deane Church of England Primary School||Kew|
|ED 21/32120||Deane Church of England School||Kew|
|ED 21/54824||Deane Church of England School||Kew|
|ED 21/9021||Deane Church of England School||Kew|
|EDC 5/1568/18||Consistory Court:
William Chetame, William Horrogs, Ralph Grundie, Nicholas Whittle churchwardens c James Bolton for refusing to pay his proportion to the repair of the bell tower in 1567 and 1568 - libel.
|EDC 5/1568/19||Consistory Court:
William Chetame, William Horrogs, Ralph Grundie, Nicholas Whittle churchwardens c Henry Dickeson 3/0d, John Rathwell 3/0d, John Dickeson junr 5/6d, John Dickeson sen 3/4d, Adam Crimpton 3/4d for refusing to pay their assessments to the repair of the tower
|EDC 5/1568/25||Consistory Court:
William Chetame, William Harroge, Ralph Grundie and Nicholas Whittle churchwardens c James Partington 2/6d, Hugh Seddon 4/0d, John Johnson 12d, Richard Rothwell 4/6d, James Grundie 5/4d assessments towards the repair of the bell tower - libel.
|EDC 5/1568/26||Consistory Court:
William Chetame, Wiliam Horroges, Ralph Grundie, Nicholas Whittle churchwardens c. John Barres 5/0d, William Seddon 5/0, Richard Crompton 6/8d, Richard Aspinall 12d, Hugh Parre 12d, for unpaid assessments to the repair of the bell tower - libel.
|EDC 5/1568/27||Consistory Court:
William Chetame, William Harroge, Ralph Grundie, Nicholas Whittle churchwardens c Thomas Seddon senior 3/4d, Lawrence Rothwell 5/6d, Evan Seddon 4/6d, William Crompton (torn) for arrears of assessments to the repair of the tower - libel.
|EDC 5/1590/59||Consistory Court:
Depositions in tithe cause of Robert Wood.
|EDC 5/1670/41||Consistory Court:
Office c John Angier vicar for solemnising clandestine marriages between William Horrocke and Alice his wife and 37 others without banns or licence - confession, sentence, suspension.
|GB124.DPA/1191/109||Deane Church, Bolton. Tinted postcard. (William Davies, 363, Chorley Old Rd, Bolton). Date unknown.||Manchester|
|GB125.50.486 (M0000653BT)||God's providence a nations safeguard a sermon preached in the Parish Church of Deane on Tuesday November 5th 1839||Bolton|
|GB125.133.1 (M0001735BT)||Matty Hickleton's Dream : or Deane Church Ghost, poem from T. Ashton et al. Lancashire Recitations in Dialect Verse. 1911.||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (M0001822BT)||St. Mary's Church, Deane : ground floor plan.||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (M0001846BT)||Deane Church, Bolton, Lancashire.||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (M0029242BT)||Re-establishing the establishment early19th century parochial subdivision and how it changed the parishes of Bolton-le-Moors and Deane||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (q3973542)||The Magazine of Deane Parish Church and St Andrew, Over Hulton 1950 - 1974 incomplete, 1976||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (q3973654)||St Mary's Church,Deane Chorley College of Education thesis 1970||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (q3973660)||Deane Church 1951||Bolton|
|GB125.283 (q3974062)||Restoration of Deane Church 1883||Bolton|
|GB125.748.5 (M0028131BT)||The stained glass windows of St Marys Church, Deane||Bolton|
|GB125.800.326 (q6733910)||A farewell sermon in the Parish Church of Deane, on Sunday, September 6th, 1829||Bolton|
|GB125.800.348 (M0000653BT)||God's providence a nations safeguard a sermon preached in the Parish Church of Deane on Tuesday November 5th 1839||Bolton|
|GB125.800.464 (k1051063)||The Dew of Thy Youth : a Sermon preached at Deane church on behalf of the Day and Sunday Schools, 29 June 1873.||Bolton|
|GB125.901 (k2466375)||Bolton From Parish to Borough by C.A. Wyatt: Life as a Boltonian in the nineteenth century by J. Corley: Bolton Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin Deane, St Thomas's Halliwell, and St. Michael's Great Lever.||Bolton|
|GB125.901.62 (q3197948)||A history, with a bibliography, of Deane, Bolton-le-Moors, its church and clergy, schools and schoolmasters, endowments, historical characters, memorials, epitaphs, etc. ||Bolton|
|GB125.920 (q6716768)||George Marsh Youth Centenary Sermon at Deane Church 1955.||Bolton|
|GB125.920 (q7927964)||Notice of a Funeral Sermon to be preached on Sunday 29th September 1878 by the Vicar of Deane on John Peake, who fell from scaffolding in Deane Church||Bolton|
|GB125.929.3 (k2711969)||Deane Parish Church Marriages Index 1860-1886||Bolton|
|GB125.929.3 (k2712087)||Deane Parish Church Marriages Index 1848-1859||Bolton|
|GB125.929.3 (M0013134BT)||St Marys Deane Parish Church Baptisms 1813-1886 on CD||Bolton|
|GB125.929.3 (x3699667)||The registers of the parish Church of Deane||Bolton|
|GB125.929.5 (k1036508)||Deane Parish Church:List of graveyard inscriptions.1960.||Bolton|
|GB125.929.5 (M0029251BT)||Monumental inscriptions St Mary's Parish Church Deane (Old Part) and part II||Bolton|
|GB125.929.5 (q9916284)||Surname Index for Deane Church, St Peter's Halliwell and Walmsley Church Monumental Inscriptions Database Index,1993||Bolton|
|GB125.929.5 (q9918283)||St Mary's Deane Parish Church monumental inscriptions, April 1983||Bolton|
|GB125.929.8 (q5728628)||Heraldic memorials of the Hulton Family in Deane Church, Co.Lancaster, 1913: offprint from Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol 68, p 106-112||Bolton|
|GB125.ABJ/19/10 (k2472134)||Deane Parish Church Memorial Hall, Junction Road: plans, sections and elevations, 1934.||Bolton|
|GB125.JBO/9/391 (M0000159BT)||Deane Parish Church Memorial Hall, Junction Road, Deane: licensing plans, 1934.||Bolton|
|GB125.PRU||Rumworth Township Records||Bolton|
|GB125.SLB/20 (q3997040)||Deane Church of England School:
Managers' minute book (1903-1959) and correspondence (1903-1956).
|GB125.ZZ/707 (M0008853BT)||Papers about the History of the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Deane : Archives 1952 - 1954||Bolton|
|GB125.ZZ707||Papers relating to the history of the church of St Mary the Virgin, Deane||Bolton|
|GB127.L1/33/167||Appointment of new trustees. (1) Roger Walmyesley of Rogerstidd in Heaton, gentleman, surviving feoffee for the schoolmaster of Deane school. (2a) William Hulton of Hulton, esquire (2b) John Tilsley of Rumworth, clerk (2c) William Worthington of Smithills (2d) Thomas Morte of Peel (2e) William Holme of Kearsley (2f) William Leigh of Westhoughton (2g) Robert Morte of Kearsley (2h) Thomas Anderton of Harwich (2i) Adam Robinson of Rumworth (2j) Francis Heaton of Heaton (2k) Thomas Smith of Little Hulton (2l) Henry Mollineux of Westhoughton, gentlemen (2m) William Rycrofte of Westhoughton (2n) John Thomasson of Over Hulton (2o) Robert Bolton of Kearsley (2p) Richard Leigh of Rumworth (2q) James Edge (2r) John Mather, both of Middle Hilton (2s) Roger Thropp (2t) John Roscow, both of Farnworth \i) John Johnson of Halliwell v) Ralph Heton of Beaton w) Giles Gorton of Horvich, yeo. Messuage and land in Windle and rent of 4-0/- from them to maintain a schoolmaster at Deane. Seal missing. Tag.||Manchester|
|GB127.L49/1/89/4||Christmas Blotters: Description Includes photo of Sunday School teachers, and of drawing of the interior of Deane church, formely a chapel of ease of Eccles||Manchester|
|GB127.L85||Deane, St. Mary
Records of the Incumbent including : Early Registers, 1636-1784; Baptism Registers, 1785-1886; Marriage Registers, 1754-1890; Burial Registers, 1781-1887; Banns Books, 1955-1972; Drafts for Register Entries, 1785-1823; Miscellaneous Papers about Registers, c 1802; Confirmation Register, 1942-1965; Registers of Services, 1886-1971; Licences for Divine Service, 1877; Notice to Curate, 1888; Parish Boundaries (ancient chapelries and new churches formed from Deane) ie Horwich Chapelry, later Holy Trinity, Property in Tottington, 1722-1788, Property in Horwich, 1770-1783, Westhoughton Chapelry, later St. Bartholomews, 1755-1846, St. John the Evangelist, Wingates, 1857-1859, St. John the Baptist, Little Hulton, 1877, Christ Church, Heaton, 1878-1894, St. Margaret's, Halliwell, 1906, St. Thomas and St. John, Lostock, 1911, Miscellaneous, 1900; Grave Registers, c 1865-1876, 1964; Addition to churchyard, 1796; Dispute over Trees, 1777; Glebe: Property in Rumworth, 1799-1819, Grant of Easement to Bolton Corporation, 1878, Proposed Bridge over Railway at Deane Clough, 1891-1892, Land adjoining Vulcan Inn, Deane, 1895, Proposed Building Development, Deane, 1895-1898, Maintenance of Deane Clough Pathway, 1910; Income, 1905-1910; Vicarage, 1848-1910 Societies : Deane Institute and Gymnasium Plans, n.d. Charities : John Guest's, 1831-1832; John Laithwaite's, 1760; Henry Mather's, 1752-1787 Schools : Deane School : Trustees Minutes 1786-1864 and Accounts. l786-1868, Accounts, 1874, Trust Deeds of Property in Tottington, 1657-1878, Letter about Trust, 1782, Charity Commissioners Scheme, 1870 and Order, 1891, Building of New School, 1881-1882, Westhoughton School, 1745-1809 St. Thomas's Schools, Lostock, 1878-1881, Morris Green School, Middle Hulton, 1879. Hulton School : Managers' Minutes, 1887-1927, Trust Deed, 1887, Correspondence about Establishment of School, 1886-1887. Disputes Between Managers and Vicar of Deane : Dispute Over Collections at Services, 1889, Dispute Over Dancing, 1894, Dispute Over Services, 1894, Dispute with Dr. Marsh, 1893. School Property : Plan, n.d., Water Supply, 1908, Electricity Supply, 1914-1915, Insurance Policies, 1904-1920 Statutory Deposits : Inclosure Awards and Maps, 1798; Tithe Apportionments and Maps, 1844-1853 Miscellaneous Papers including : Deeds, 1786-1790; Wills, 1654-1825; Hulton Family, 1836; Westhoughton Landowners, c 1821; Plans, n.d.; Printed Papers, 1892-1898; History, 1986
Records of Churchwardens : Finance, Accounts, 1723-1845, 1869-1948, Accounts and Offerings, 1859-1866, Various Accounts and Collections, 1901-1917, Cash Book, 1910-1914, Deeds of Pews, 1786-1807, Pew Rent Accounts, 1869-1884, Memorial Hall Accounts, 1946-1973, Extra Fees for Burials of on-Parishioners, 1882-1886, Annual Statement of Account, 1904, Bill, 1771, Bequest, 1665; Churchwardens' and Vestry Minutes, 1818-1974
Records of Churchwardens' and Sidesmen's Minutes, 1904-1935; Orderly Book for the Churchwardens of Deane, 1807; Church Fabric : Faculties, 1819-1923; Repairs, 1818-1913, Plans, 1813 and n.d., Organ, 1878-1887, Inventory, 1895-1954 Westhoughton, by Order in Council, 25 January 1860, (London Gazette, 25 January). St. John the Evangelist, Wingates, was assigned the rest of Westhoughton by Order in Council, 26 March 1860, (London Gazette, 31 March). St. Paul's, Walkden Moor, by Order in Council, 27 July 1865, (London Gazette, 28 July) St. Paul, Peel, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 17 March 1874, (London Gazette, 20 March) St. John the Baptist, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 7 February 1877, (London Gazette, 20 February). St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, by Order in Council, 2 March 1881, (London Gazette, 4 March). Christ Church, Heaton, was assigned the townships of Heaton and Rumworth, by Order in Council, 15 January 1897, (London Gazette, 19 January). St. Bede, Morris Green, by Order in Council, 11 October 1925 (London Gazette, 12 October). In 1981 by Pastoral Order, 16 September, (London Gazette, 25 September), part of Deane was assigned to Emmanuel, Bolton and St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, and part was transferred from St. George the Martyr.
Records of the Parochial Church Council : Minutes, 1920-1974; Electoral Roll, c 1967
Societies : Deane Institute and Gymnasium Plans, n.d.
Charities : John Guest's, 1831-1832; John Laithwaite's, 1760; Henry Mather's, 1752-1787
Schools : Deane School : Trustees Minutes 1786-1864 and Accounts. l786-1868, Accounts, 1874, Trust Deeds of Property in Tottington, 1657-1878, Letter about Trust, 1782, Charity Commissioners Scheme, 1870 and Order, 1891, Building of New School, 1881-1882, Westhoughton School, 1745-1809
St. Thomas's Schools, Lostock, 1878-1881, Morris Green School, Middle Hulton, 1879. Hulton School : Managers' Minutes, 1887-1927, Trust Deed, 1887, Correspondence about Establishment of School, 1886-1887. Disputes Between Managers and Vicar of Deane : Dispute Over Collections at Services, 1889, Dispute Over Dancing, 1894, Dispute Over Services, 1894, Dispute with Dr. Marsh, 1893. School Property : Plan, n.d., Water Supply, 1908, Electricity Supply, 1914-1915, Insurance Policies, 1904-1920
Statutory Deposits : Inclosure Awards and Maps, 1798; Tithe Apportionments and Maps, 1844-1853
Miscellaneous Papers including : Deeds, 1786-1790; Wills, 1654-1825; Hulton Family, 1836; Westhoughton Landowners, c 1821; Plans, n.d.; Printed Papers, 1892-1898; History, 1986
The earliest reference to a church at Deane is in a 13th century deed. It was a chapelry within the parish of Eccles until 1558 when it became an independent parish, comprising the townships of Rumworth,Farnworth, Kearsley, Heaton, Horwich, Halliwell, Westhoughton, Little Hulton, Middle Hulton and Over Hulton. Horwich, Westhoughton and Little Hulton were ancient chapelries. Westhoughton, by Order in Council, 25 January 1860, (London Gazette, 25 January). St. John the Evangelist, Wingates, was assigned the rest of Westhoughton by Order in Council, 26 March 1860, (London Gazette, 31 March). St. Paul's, Walkden Moor, by Order in Council, 27 July 1865, (London Gazette, 28 July) St. Paul, Peel, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 17 March 1874, (London Gazette, 20 March) St. John the Baptist, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 7 February 1877, (London Gazette, 20 February). St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, by Order in Council, 2 March 1881, (London Gazette, 4 March). Christ Church, Heaton, was assigned the townships of Heaton and Rumworth, by Order in Council, 15 January 1897, (London Gazette, 19 January). St. Bede, Morris Green, by Order in Council, 11 October 1925 (London Gazette, 12 October). In 1981 by Pastoral Order, 16 September, (London Gazette, 25 September), part of Deane was assigned to Emmanuel, Bolton and St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, and part was transferred from St. George the Martyr.
During the 19th century the ancient chapelries were assigned Their own Districts and new churches were built, thus reducing the size of the original parish:-
St. John's, Farnworth, was assigned the townships of Farnworth and Kearsley by Order in Council, 25 July 1828, (London Gazette, 15 Jan. 1829).
St. Peter's, Halliwell, was assigned the township of Halliwell, By Bishop's Instrument, 51 October 1840.
Holy Trinity, Horwich, was assigned the township of Horwich, by Order in Council, 29 December 1853, (London Gazette, 10 January 1854).
St. Bartholomew's, Westhoughton, was assigned part of the Township of Westhoughton, by Order in Council, 25 January 1860, (London
Gazette, 25 January).
St. John the Evangelist, Wingates, was assigned the rest of Westhoughton by Order in Council, 26 March 1860, (London Gazette,
St. Paul's, Walkden Moor, by Order in Council, 27 July 1865, (London Gazette, 28 July)
St. Paul, Peel, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 17 March 1874, (London Gazette, 20 March)
St. John the Baptist, Little Hulton, by Order in Council, 7 February 1877, (London Gazette, 20 February).
St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, by Order in Council, 2 March 1881, (London Gazette, 4 March).
Christ Church, Heaton, was assigned the townships of Heaton and Rumworth, by Order in Council, 15 January 1897, (London Gazette, 19 January).
St. Bede, Morris Green, by Order in Council, 11 October 1925 (London Gazette, 12 October).
In 1981 by Pastoral Order, 16 September, (London Gazette, 25 September), part of Deane was assigned to Emmanuel, Bolton and St. George the Martyr, Daubhill, and part was transferred from St. George the Martyr.
The Archives Department also has Archdeacon John Rushton's Visitation Papers, c 1845, (MS f 942.72 R121 vol. 21); a 19th c. copy of a list of church goods, 1552 (GB127.L122); a 19th c. copy of letters patent of 21 Nov. 1558 making Deane a parish church (GB127.L122); extracts from the will of Thomas Nuttall of Rumworth making a bequest to Deane church Sunday School, 1814 and a letter from W. Warrington referring to work on stained glass windows in Deane church, 1845 (GB127.M585).
|GB127.L85/1/1||Baptisms, Marriages and Burials||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/1/1||Baptisms, Marriages and Burials||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/1/2||Baptisms, Marriages and Burials||Manchester|
1 Jan. 1785 - 26 Dec. 1812
1 Jan. 1813 - 26 May 1822
26 May 1822-6 Oct 1833
6 Oct. 1833 - 12 Apr. 1846
12 Apr. 1846 - 18 Mar. 1860
25 Mar. 1860 - 7 Sept. 1873
7 Sept. 1873 - 15 Sept. 1886
16 Apr. 1754 - 9 May 1769
25 May 1769 - 31 Dec. 1797
2 Jan. 1798 - 18 Oct. 1818
18 Oct. 1818 - 14 Jun. 1824
20 Jun 1824 - 19 Apr 1829
19 Apr. 1829 - 11 Sept. 1833
11 Sept. 1833 - 9 Oct. 1837
2 Jul. 1837 - 13 Oct. 1839
13 Oct. 1839 - 27 Feb. 1842
27 Feb. 1842 - 10 Jun. 1844
19 Jun. 1844 - 26 Oct. 1846
1 Nov. 1846 - 4 Nov. 1849
4 Nov. 1849 - 19 July 1852
19 July 1852 - 8 Apr. 1855
8 Apr. 1855 - 26 Sept. 1858
27 Sept. 1858 - 1 Jan. 1864
1 Jan. 1864 - 20 Aug. 1871
2 Sept. 1871 - 3 July 1879
5 July 1879 - 22 Mar. 1890
2 Jan. 1781 - 30 Dec. 1791
Includes churchwardens' accounts, 10 Nov. 1783 - 12 Sept. 1784.
2 Jan. 1792 - 27 Dec. 1813
Includes baptisms at Peel chapel, 13 Apr. - 8 May 1806
4 Jan. 1813 - 18 Mar. 1823
20 Mar. 1823 - 22 Feb. 1834
23 Feb. 1834 - 14 Jan. 1844
17 Jan. 1844 - 8 Jan. 1854
8 Jan. 1854 - 29 Apr. 1862
31 Apr. 1862 - 12 Dec. 1873
17 Dec. 1873 - 11 Mar. 1887
21 July 1935 - 10 Oct. 1948
26 Sept. 1948 - 22 May 1960
15 May 1960 - 23 July 1972
|GB127.L85/1/6||Drafts for Register Entries||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/6/1||Draft entries for baptism register:
Oct. 1783 - 1813
|GB127.L85/1/6/2||Drafts for burial registers:
1792 - 1812
|GB127.L85/1/6/3||Lists of banns called:
Nov. 1822 - Mar. 1823
|GB127.L85/1/7||Miscellaneous Papers about Registers:
Extracts from Act for the Better Preventing Clandestine Marriages (1753?)
|GB127.L85/1/9||Registers of Services||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/9/1||Register of Services:
25 Apr. 1886 - 20 Sept. 1914
|GB127.L85/1/9/2||Register of Services:
21 Sept. 1914 - 25 Nov. 1923
|GB127.L85/1/9/3||Register of Services:
30 Nov. 1923 - 3 Feb. 1950
|GB127.L85/1/9/4||Register of Services:
5 Feb. 1950 - 4 Sept. 1955
|GB127.L85/1/9/5||Register of Services:
7 Sept. 1955 - 2 Feb. 1961
|GB127.L85/1/9/6||Register of Services:
1 Feb. 1961 - 12 June 1966
|GB127.L85/1/9/7||Register of Services:
15 June 1966 - 8 Oct. 1971
|GB127.L85/1/10||Licences for Divine Service||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/10/1||Licence for services in St. Margaret's School, Daubhill.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/10/2||Licence for service in Dean School during repairs to church.||Manchester|
Notice from Rev. Hen. Sheridan Patterson, vicar, to Rev. Westley Bottomley, stipendiary curate, to quit his curacy.
|GB127.L85/1/12||Property of the Curates of Horwich in Tottington.
Horwich Chapelry was later known as Holy Trinity
|GB127.L85/1/12/1||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
To the use of Andrew Holt of Tottington, leather dresser - messuage called Hoyles and land (23Â½a.) called Newfield, Further Edishfield, Pitts, Great Marld Earth, Two Great Keys, New Marld, Woodhey Hill, Field at the Back of Hoyles House, Garden Field, Browne Field and the Field at the Back of Jeremiah's, and 11 acres of new improvements on Hoyles Moor; annual rent 19/2. Surrendered by Jas. Walker of Dalbury, Derbys., gent., 20 Apr. 1722, for Â£300.
|GB127.L85/1/12/2-3||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
To the use of Chris. Cronkshaw of Accrington, yeo. - messuage called Old House and land (6a.) called Woodhey Hill, Field at the Back of Hoyle's House, Garden Field, and Barn Field, and (7a.) called Highmost Close, Long Close and Hollingreave Close; rent 8/-. Surrendered by Andrew Holt of Holcombe, yeo., 28 Apr. 1729 for Â£100.
|GB127.L85/1/12/4||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
To the use of Richard Haworth of Shuttleworth, yeoman -- messuage called le Newhouse and land (21a.) as in above except what conveyed in 2 above; annual rent 1Â½, surrendered by Andrew Holt of Holcome, yeoman, 28 Apr. 1729, for Â£300.
|GB127.L85/1/12/5||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Â£300 paid to (i) Richard Haworth of Shuttleworth, yeo., Â£100 to (ii) Christopher Cronkshaw of Accrington, yeo. Â£200 to (iii) John Parker of Breightmet, esq., John Sharples of Sharples, gent, and James Bradshaw of Bury, yeo., assigns of Andrew Holt, late of Tottington, bankrupt: to the use of (iv) James Rothwell of Dean, clerk, Oliver Morris and Thos. Stones of Heaton, yeomen, as feoffees in trust, for the benefit of the curacy of the chapel of Horwich - property as in 2 and 4 above, surrendered by R.H., C.C., J.P., J.S., and J.B.,7 Apr. 1732.
|GB127.L85/1/12/6||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
To the use of (iv) in 5 above -- messuage called the Old House and land (6a. as in 2 above) -- surrendered by (ii) on the direction of (iii) 29 May, 1732, to the use of John Norcross, curate of Horwich, and his successors, for Â£100.
|GB127.L85/1/12/7||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
To the use of John Norcross of Rivington, clerk, curate of Horwich, and the successive curates of Horwich, for an augmentation of the curacy of Horwich - property in 5 above -- surrendered by James Rothwell of Rumworth, clerk, and Oliver Morris and Thomas Stones of Heaton, gents., 23 Apr. 1735, for Â£600.
|GB127.L85/1/12/8||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Draft of surrender in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington, by John Norcross of Rivington, clerk, son of John Norcross, late of Rivington, deceased of property in 5 above, to the use of Richard Rothwell, rector of the parish of Sephton, clerk, Thomas Greenhalgh of Blackrode, gent, Oliver Morris, Lambert Heaton, both of Heaton, and Robt. Eatough of Horwich, yeomen, so taht they J.N., R.R., T.G., O.M., L.H., R.E., may be seised as feoffees in trust.
|GB127.L85/1/12/9||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Inquisition post mortem and admittance in the halmot court of Tottington, to the use of John Norcross of Rivington, clerk, and his successors in the curacy of Horwich of property in 5, following the death of his father, John Norcross (of 5 above).
|GB127.L85/1/12/10||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
"Valuation of the estate called Hoyles in Tottington belonging to Horwich Chapple".
|GB127.L85/1/12/11||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Award made by Andrew Knowles, Rich. Orrell, and John Bury, all of Quarlton, yeoman, in the dispute between John Norcross of Rivington, clerk, and John Entwisle of Entwisle, yeo., concerning a road from Blackley Tenement through the lower Hoyles Tenement to Hawkshaw Lane.
|GB127.L85/1/12/12||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Inquisition and admittance in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington: to the use of Samuel Johnson of Horwich, clerk, curate of Horwich -- property in 5 -- following on the death of John Norcross.
|GB127.L85/1/12/13||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington:
Letter from Dennis and Hickson of Chester to Rev. Latham of Deane with copy of the Horwich terrier, 13 June 1778 (property in the parish of Deane and in Tottington), and a catalogue of books belonging to Horwich chapel, 15 June 1740.
|GB127.L85/1/13||Property in Horwich:
"Names of the fields etc. of the Estate bought by the Bounty, 1770", with additional note, 1783. Endorsed "Names of fields and No. of Acres of Horwich Chap: Land in Horwich."
later St. Bartholomew's
|GB127.L85/1/14/1||Memorandum by James Rothwell, vicar of Deane about his appointments to Westhoughton chapel, 1720 - 1755||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/14/2||Dimensions of Westhoughton chapel and number of seats.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/14/3||Copy of tithe apportionment for Westhoughton. Tithes allotted to the incumbent of Westhoughton.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/15||St. John the Evangelist, Wingates||Manchester|
Consent of the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty to accept Â£1,000, from Mary Anne Thicknesse of Marshfold, Deane, widow to be invested for the incumbent of the church proposed to be erected at Wingates in the township of Westhoughton and parish of Deane.
|GB127.L85/1/15/2||Circular announcing consecration on 30 June, with list of subscriptions to Building Fund, and disbursements.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/15/3||Memorandum by Rev. Francis Hen. Thicknesse about the foundation of the church.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/16||Correspondence re: St. John the Baptist, Little Hulton:
Letter from Ecclesiastical Commission announcing assignment of consolidated chapelry from the parish of Deane, London Gazette, 20 Feb.
|GB127.L85/1/17||Christ Church, Heaton||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/1||Licence for divine service in an iron building called Christ Church, Heaton, as temporary chapel of ease.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/2||Booklet "Appeal - New Church for Heaton - 1891", by Rev. H. Sheridan Patterson, vicar of Deane setting forth his hopes for the new church.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/3||Minutes of meetings for the new church||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/4-11||Letters from Rev. F. La Mothe, curate for Christ Church, to Rev. Patterson requesting payment of his stipend.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/12||List of sick||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/13||Agreement of Rev. H.S. Patterson that in return for Â£136-6-2Â½ from Christ Church, Heaton, he will make no further demands on the services of the curate responsible for Christ Church.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/17/14-16||Letter from Gilbert J. French of Bolton, solicitor, to Rev. Patterson sending copy of arrangements agreed by latter for new church of which is he is patron, 24 Feb. 1894.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/18/1-3||Letters re: St. Margaret's, Halliwell:
Letters to Rev. H.S. Patterson as patron of Christ Church with draft scheme for St. Margaret's, to be taken from Christ Church and St. Luke's, Halliwell.
|GB127.L85/1/19||Letter re: St. Thomas and St. John, Lostock||Manchester|
Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson about a meeting of the Bishop's Commission to consider the question of the formation of new Districts out of Deane.
|GB127.L85/1/21/1||Grave register, Division A
|GB127.L85/1/21/2||Grave register, Division B
|GB127.L85/1/21/3||Grave register, Division C
Index of burials in that part of Deane churchyard consecrated 4 Mar. 1876 "D and E".
|GB127.L85/1/21/5||Schedule of graves
|GB127.L85/1/22||Addition to Churchyard||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/22/1||Bargain and sale by Henry Blundell of Ince Blundell, esq., William Hulton of Hulton, esq., and John Blackburn of Orford, esq. to the Rev. Robert Latham of Rumworth, M.A., Vicar of Deane of a plot of land, a part of Dean Moor, adjoining the churchyard. (3,926 sq.yds), for use as a burial place.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/22/2||Petition of the Rev. Robert Latham, M.A., Vicar of Dean, to the Bishop of Chester to consecrate additional burying ground.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/23||Letter re: Dispute Over Trees:
Letter to Rev. Latham from Edward Kenyon sending legal opinion of his brother, Ll[oyd] Kenyon of Lincoln's Inn, in a dispute between the vicar and the lay rectors over ownership of trees in the churchyard.
Property in Rumworth
|GB127.L85/1/24/1-2||Certificate of contract for the redemption of land tax of Robert Latham, of Rumworth, clerk, for the Vicarage House, a farm house, shop, barn, land and dwelling house in Rumworth: charge Â£1.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/24/3||Lease for 21 years by Rev. Thomas Brocklebank, vicar of Deane, to Matthew Corr Dawes of Great Bolton, common brewer, and Thomas Sterndale Fogg of Manchester, common brewer of 3 plots of land on Deane Moor, awarded by Inclosure Award, of 17 Oct. 1818; rent for the first two years one peppercorn, and for the remaining 19 years Â£14.11.0.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/25||Grant of Easement:
Grant by Rev. H.S. Patterson to Bolton Corporation of right to lay and maintain in perpetuity water pipes through the parish. Plan (26 x 21 cms.).
|GB127.L85/1/26||Proposed Bridge over Railway at Deane Clough||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/26/1||Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from John Lewis of Tempest Estate Office, Bolton, giving estimate for cost of a bridge over the Middle Brook.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/26/2||Petition of Rev. H.S. Patterson against the Lancashire and Yorks. Railway Bill, 1892 (printed).||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/26/3-6||Letters to Rev. Patterson from Gilbert J. French of Bolton, solicitor, about negotiations with the Railway Co., about a bridge proposed by Rev. Patterson to cross the railway at Deane Clough, with copy letter from Charles Moorhouse for the Railway Co., 27 Feb.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/26/7-12||Proposed Bridge over Railway at Deane Clough:
Newspaper cuttings and notes on proposed bridge
|GB127.L85/1/27||Land Adjoining the Vulcan Inn, Deane:
Draft agreement for lease for 20 years by Rev. H.S. Patterson to Wm. Tong and Sons of Bolton, brewers, of field adjoining Vulcan Inn, for Â£2 rent.
Plan attached (21 x 25 cms.)
|GB127.L85/1/28||Proposed Building Development, Deane||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/28/1||Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from Halifax Wyatt of Liverpool about proposed development. Refers to agreement with Lancashire and Yorks. Railway Co. for high level bridge. (see also L85/1/23 above).||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/28/2||Plan of proposed streets around church and vicarage.
Surveyor: Jas. Lomax of Bolton
Scale: 1 inch = 50 yds.
Size: 44 x 47 cms.
|GB127.L85/1/28/3||Plan of Deane Glebe Proposed Building Estate.
Surveyor: Thos. E. Smith
Scale: 1 inch = 20 yds.
Size: 67 x 49 cms.
|GB127.L85/1/28/4||Plan of proposed streets.
Ink and watercolours on tracing paper.
Size: 32 x 40 cms.
|GB127.L85/1/29||Maintenance of Deane Clough Pathway:
Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from the Ecclesiastical Commission.
|GB127.L85/1/30/1||Rent accounts for half year ending 12 May and receipts from Bradshaw's bequest, 1 July||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/30/2-11||Warrant for stipend from the Ecclesiastical Commission||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/30/12||Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from the Ecclesiastical Commission notifying him of sale of London County 3% Stock.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/31/1||Mortgage by Rev. Edward Girdlestone, vicar of Deane, to the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty of glebe lands and other sources of income, for Â£295 for 35 years in order to build a parsonage||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/1/31/2||Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from the Lands Improvement Company, Westminster, about a loan for improvements to the vicarage.||Manchester|
2 Aug. 1723 - 22 Apr. 1772
Includes minutes of churchwardens' meeting, 3 Nov. 1781
14 May 1772 - 21 Apr. 1829
21 Apr. 1829 - 25 Mar. 1845
Includes sacrament money shared by Westhoughton, Over Hulton, Middle Hulton, Little Hulton, Heaton, Horwich, Halliwell, Farnworth, Rumworth and Kearsley.
28 Mar. 1869 - 16 Apr. 1897
18 Apr. 1897 - 7 Feb. 1922
1 Jan. 1922 - 31 Dec. 1948
|GB127.L85/2/2||Accounts and Offerings:
1859 - 1886
Accounts, Apr. 1859 - June 1877; offerings, Apr. 1859 - May 1886.
|GB127.L85/2/3||Various Accounts and Collections||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/3/1||Various Accounts and Collections:
14 Apr. 1901 - 27 Mar. 1910
|GB127.L85/2/3/2||Various Accounts and Collections:
23 Mar. 1910 - 25 Mar. 1917
23 Mar. 1910 - 11 Jan. 1914
|GB127.L85/2/5||Deeds of Pews||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/5/1||Gift by James Tong of Farnworth, yeoman, to John Markland of Bolton, yeoman, his son-in-law, of pew in new gallery of Deane church in which the base singers sit and sing
23 Oct. 1786
|GB127.L85/2/5/2||Bargain and sale for Â£24-15-0 by John Markland of same pew to the churchwarden for use of the parishioners.
7 Feb. 1807
|GB127.L85/2/6||Pew Rent Accounts:
30 June 1869 - Apr. 1884
|GB127.L85/2/7||Memorial Hall Accounts 2 Jan. 1946 - 31 Dec. 1973||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/8||Extra Fees for Burials of Non-Parishioners:
Sept. 1882 - Nov. 1886
|GB127.L85/2/9||Annual Statements of Accounts:
Bill of Robt. Bradley for legal work.
Copy, 1 Oct. 1762, of will of John Farnworth of Little Hulton, yeo., leaving Â£10 to the use of the minister of Deane church and when there is no minister to the poor of the three Hultons.
|GB127.L85/2/12||Churchwardens' and Vestry Minutes||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/12/1||Churchwardens' and Vestry minutes:
18 June 1818 - 15 Oct. 1883;
Minutes of Executive Committee for Restoration of the Church, 4 Dec. 1883 - 15 May 1884, includes accounts for Restoration, May 1884 - May 1885.
|GB127.L85/2/12/2||June 1884 - Apr. 1974
Minutes of Committee for Restoration of Deane Church, 12 June 1884 - 17 Dec. 1886; Vestry minutes, 27 Apr. 1886 - 16 Apr. 1974; includes annual statements of accounts.
|GB127.L85/2/13||Churchwardens' and Sidesmens' Minutes||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/13/1||Churchwardens' and Sidesmens' Minutes:
18 May 1904 - 21 Mar. 1915
|GB127.L85/2/13/2||Churchwardens' and Sidesmens' Minutes:
21 Apr. 1915 - 30 Jan. 1935
|GB127.L85/2/14||Orderly Book for the Churchwardens of Deane, 1807":
5 July  - 8 Feb. 1829
Instructions, names of churchwardens present at services and notes on collections.
2 July 1819
For a pew for the vicar and his family.
19 Jan. 1827
To confirm erection of an organ.
4 July 1833
For two new galleries and other alterations.
7 Mar. 1884
Citation for faculty for new roof in nave and chancel.
6 May 1887
For organ chamber.
5 Apr. 1889
For a screen.
30 Apr. and 1 May 1889
Letters to Rev. H.S. Patterson from E.P. Charlewood, Diocesan Registrar, re above.
2 and 17 Oct. 1902
Citation and faculty for lych gate.
17 Nov. and 6 Dec. 1915
Citation and faculty for memorial tablet to 2nd Lt. John Young Alex. Line, son of Rev. John Russell Line, vicar.
9 Jan. 1923
For memorial tablet to Lt. Alan Edw. Grey Hulton, barrister at law, died 1915.
|GB127.L85/2/16||Repairs to the Church||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/2/16/1||Note re: repairs
Note of repairs to church and churchyard, 1818 - 1834.
28 Sept. 1883
Report by R. Knill Freeman, F.R.I.B.A., of Bolton, on the roof of the church.
Lithograph drawing by R.K. Freeman of old oak roof, Deane church.
24 Jan. 1913
Report of Austin and Paley, archts., of Lancaster on the church, with amended first page.
|GB127.L85/2/17/1||Plan of Saxton's House and yard at Deane church.
Ink on paper.
Archt: John Albinson
Size: 19 x 23 cms.
|GB127.L85/2/17/2||Plan of church with measurements.
Ink on paper.
Size: 33 x 21 cms.
28 Jan. - 4 Feb. 1878
Specifications of Edward Wadsworth and Bro., organ builders of Salford, for alterations to organ, and letters from same to - Miles.
Notes on the organ, with additional note 1901.
|GB127.L85/2/19||Inventory of Parish Records:
By Rev. W.H. Green.
9 May 1895, with additions to 1954
Includes plate, 1933
|GB127.L85/2/20||Description of Stained Glass Windows.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/3||PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL||Manchester|
26 Apr. 1920 - 28 Jan. 1936
2 Apr. 1936 - 23 Jan. 1950
28 Feb. 1950 - 20 Mar. 1961
4 Apr. 1961 - 13 May 1974
|GB127.L85/4/1||Deane Institute and Gymnasium:
Plans: Ink on tracing paper
Archt: T.E. Smith
Size: 33 x 23 cms.
|GB127.L85/4/1/4||Block plan of property at corner at Junctions Road and Patterson St.
(Same writing as 1-3)
|GB127.L85/5/1/1||27 and 28 Apr. 1831
Bargain and sale by lease and release for Â£75 by (i) Sam Houghton, Thomas Howell of Great Bolton, gents., Thomas Seddon of Westhoughton, James Platt of Rumworth, Hampson Lomax of Great Bolton, James Fletcher of Westhoughton, Commissioners of an Act passed 1800 for "improving .. the road from Bolton to near Westhoughton Chapel". (ii) Rev. Edward Girdlestone, vicar of Deane, (iii) William Holme of Rumworth and William Longworth of Heaton, yeoman churchwardens of Deane, to (iv) Thomas Ridgway of Wallsuches, Peter Ainsworth of Smithills Hall, and Benjamin Rawson, jun., of Darley, esq. of materials of the useless toll house near Deane Church Toll Bar, together with the site and a dwelling house lately erected, on trust to distribute the income to the poor of Deane in accordance with the charitable bequest of John Guest, 28 Sept. 1653, who left Â£3.15.0 annual rent from property in Alarm in trust to the vicars of Winwick, Leigh, Wigan, Deane, Radcliffe, Bolton, Bury and Middleton, to buy Linen for the poor. Plan (12 x 13 cms.)
|GB127.L85/5/1/2-3||4 Feb. and 24 Apr. 1832
Matthew Dawes's bill and receipt for legal fees.
|GB127.L85/5/1/4||Note on Guest's charity.||Manchester|
14 Jan. 1760
Assignment to overseers of the poor and trustees of land of the poor of Rumworth, of Â£10 left by John Laithwaite of Rumworth by his will, 10 Oct. 1728, for bread for the poor of Rumworth.
Notes on trust deeds 1752 and 1757 whereby Hen. Mather of Tong with Haulgh conveyed six pews in Bolton Parish Church and three cottages at High Stile, Kearsley to trustees (including the vicar of Deane) to use the proceeds to educate poor orphans or children of poor parents in Kearsley, Bolton and Tonge with Haugh, at a school he had erected in Kearsley.
|GB127.L85/5/3/2||Henry Mather's Charity
As L85/5/3/1 with notes on the interest produced, 1762 and 1786, and notes on Geo. Seddon's charity for Farnworth.
|GB127.L85/5/3/3||Henry Mather's Charity
Bill for board and schooling for eight boys by Mr. Mather's Charity at Highstile.
|GB127.L85/6/1||Deane (Crompton and Ridgway's Charities)
Trustees Minutes and Accounts
Minutes, 30 Nov. 1787 - 6 Oct. 1864; accounts, Oct. 1786 - 6 Oct. 1864; accounts, Oct. 1786 - Dec. 1868; includes schedule of deeds, 20 Oct. 1663 - 18 Oct. 1786.
|GB127.L85/6/2||Deane (Crompton and Ridgway's Charities)
|GB127.L85/6/3||Trust Deeds (copyhold property in Tottington)||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/1||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington.
To the use of Thos. Warburton land (7a.) near Slate Pit, Affetside, surrendered by Chas. Nuttall of Holcombe innkeeper, cousin and heir of Chas. Nuttall late of Nuttall, gent., deceased on 28 Jan. 1656/57, for Â£6.
|GB127.L85/6/3/2||Admittances in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington.
To the use of John Tildsley, Adam Robinson, Richard Leighe, Dyonisius Grundie, John Muncks, Robt. Foster, Wm. Horrocke, John Platt, Adam Whittle, and Jas. Horrocke, all of Rumworth - 1 messuage, one orchard, two cottages, and land (16a) lately part of the common called Affetside called le Greenelande, le Nearer Medowe, le further medowe, le Roughe close, le Marled earth, le Milner medowe, le Whitehill and Highmose close. (16a) - at annual rent of 8/-: surrendered by Thos. Warburton of Tottington and Eliz. his wife, 14 May. 1661, for Â£227.
|GB127.L85/6/3/3||Bond for Â£100: (i) John Brooke of Harwood, yeoman, and Edward Barlowe of Tottington, husbandman, to (ii) John Tildsley, clerk, Adam Robinson, gent, Richard Leigh, Dyonisius Grundy, John Moncks, Robert Foster, William Horrocks, John Platt, Adam Whittle, James Horrocks, yeomen, all of Rumworth: to perform covenants.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/4||Covenant to surrender land in the manor court of Tottington, for the better performance of the trust. (i) As (ii) in 3 to (ii) Adam Robinson the younger (eldest son and heir of A.R.) and John Marsh of Rumworth, Yeoman - property as in 2 - upon trust that they shall keep and maintain the poor of Rumworth with the rents from the land, which is to be let. Quotes order made in the Chancery Court 15 Oct. 1650, whereby parties in (i) were made trustees of Â£200 part of sum left by Ralph and James Crompton; also lease of property to John Brooke and Edward Barlowe.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/5||Release in the halmot court of the manor of Tottington by James Lomax of Tottington, weaver, and his wife Margaret to John Rothwell of Tottington, tailor, (son of Margaret by a former husband), of cottage called Old Guys, in Tottington, now in possession of J.R., surrendered to him by the trustees, for term of 99 years, for 45/-.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/6||Admittance of Adam Barlow and James Jackson to house and land called Pit Field, the Acre, Walshaw Gate Close and Clough Bank, and a cottage called Birchen Bower and land called the Meadow, Garsey Brow, Little Brow, New Limed, Middle Close and Two Highere Closes, surrendered by Robert Hindley of Westhoughton, gent, Richard Edge of Middle Hulton, gent., George Kenyon, esq., Robert Bullough, gent, both of Little Hulton, James Rothwell, clerk, James Greenhalgh, Nath. Nuttall, gent. all of Rumworth, Pierce Starkie, esq., Oliver Morris, gent., both of Heaton, and Roger Dewhurst of Halliwell, gent. (the surviving trustees) for a term of 21 yrs, 11 Apr. 1757, at 6/10Â½ rent.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/7||Lease for 21 yrs. by Roger Dewhurst of Halliwell, esq. and Richard Edge of Middle Hulton, gent. (the surviving feoffees) to Adam Barlow, farmer, and James Barlow, weaver, to his son of Tottington Lower End, of property described firstly in 6 above (6a) at Â£9.10.0, rent and Â£10 for each acre ploughed or dug up - to be paid to the school master. A.B. and J.B. to build a house, and to do suit at halmot court.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/8||Lease for 20 yrs. by (i) Robert Dewhurst of Halliwell, esq. William Hulton of Hulton, esq. John Kearsley of Manchester, merch., James Edge and John Edge, both of Middle Hulton, merchants, Joseph Yates of Little Hulton, esq. Henry Hulton of Hulton, esq., William Green of Houghton, chapman, Samuel Aspinwall of Liverpool, gent, Henry Atherton of London, gent., William Makant of Halliwell, yeoman, Henry Blundell of Ince Blundell, esq., Charles Robert Blundell, James Kay of Heaton, yeoman, Robert Greenhalgh of Horwich, chapman, Henry Pilkington of Horwich, yeoman, Rev. Chris. Whitehead, Peter Rasbotham, chapman, both of Farnworth, Egerton Cross of Kearsley, esq., John Seddon of Pilkington, yeoman, John Taylor of Bolton, Doctor of Physick, Rev. Robert Latham of Rumworth (feoffees in trust of the copyhold messuage) to (ii) Robert Jackson of Tottington, farmer - of property described secondly in 6 above (7a) Â£12 rent and Â£10 per acre ploughed or dug up. R.J. to build house and to do suit at the halmot court.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/9||Admittance in the halmot court of Tottington to the use of Joseph Yates, late of Little Hulton, now of Grosvenor Sq., Middlesex, esq., Henry Hulton, late of Hulton Park, now of Preston, William Green of Westhoughton, chapman, Charles Robert Blundell, of Ince Blundell, esq., Rev. Chris. Whitehead, late of Farnworth, now Eastham, Worcs., Peter Rasbotham, late of Farnworth, now of Walford, Staffs, esq., Rev. Thomas Brocklebank of Rumworth, William Hulton of Hulton Park, esq., Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyd, esq., Richard Ainsworth, Peter Ainsworth, esqs., both of Halliwell, James Kearsley of Over Hulton, esq., Joseph Ridgway of Horwich, esq., Thomas Ridgway of Horwich, gent., Thomas Ridgway Bridson of Horwich, gent. Benjamin Rawson of Farnworth, esq., Benjamin Rawson, jun. of Farnworth, esq., John Sharples of Horwich, gent., Thomas Heelis of Rumworth, Matthew Carr Dawes of Great Bolton, brewer, Peter Seddon of Middle Hulton, yeoman, Robert Latham of Halliwell, yeoman, John Livesey of Farnworth, paper-maker, and Richard Woodward of Over hulton, gen. of two messuages and land (13a) in Tottington at 6/10Â½ rent, surrendered by J.Y., H.H., W.G., C.R.B., C.W., and P.R., 5 Oct. 1819.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/10||Abstract of title of the trustees for Deane school to a copyhold estate at Tottington, 3 May 1659 - 28 Oct. 1819.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/3/11||Agreement to let by James Rowland Simpson and Henry Poole, cotton spinners, both of Deane (acting trustees) to Tim. Greenhalgh of Tottington Lower End, farmer: Birchen Bower Farm, Tottington Lower End (17a) for five yrs., at Â£40 rent.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/4||Letter about Trust
Letter to [Roger] Dewhurst of Halliwell, esq., trustee, from Edm. Haworth of Turton, suggesting he and Mr. Edge, the only two surviving feoffees, surrender the school property in Tottington in order to appoint new feoffees.
|GB127.L85/6/5||Charity Commissioners Scheme and Order||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/5/1-3||Scheme (printed booklet)||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/5/4||Order for transfer of annuities to trustees.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/6||Building of a New School, Deane, 1882||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/6/1a||Plan, section and front elevation.
Scale: 1 inch = 8ft.
|GB127.L85/6/6/1a, b||Plans for a new school, Deane.
Ink and watercolours on tracing cloth
Archt: John Morris
Size: 69 x 51 cms.
Draft circular re meeting of trustees to discuss financial problems over building the new school
|GB127.L85/6/6/3-5||Letters to Mr. Horsfield from W.W.B. Hulton of Hulton Park. Refers to dispute with the architect.||Manchester|
Draft circular about meeting to discuss fact that the contractor is not building according to specifications.
|GB127.L85/6/6/7||Report of irregularities in the building of the new school at Deane.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/6/8||Letter to the Building Committee from John Morris of Bolton, archt., declining to adopt a course suggested in a draft memorandum of agreement.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/6/9-11||Letters to John Horsfield from Hen. Littler of Manchester, architect and report by the same on the school, 28 Jan.||Manchester|
Postcard and letter from Rev. H.S. Patterson to J. Horsfield asking him to send specifications to Mr. Heaton.
Ground and cellar plans of new school.
Ink and watercolours on tracing paper.
Archt: John Morris of Bolton
Scale: 1 inch = 8 Ft.
Size: 33 x 52 cms.
|GB127.L85/6/6/15-16||Estimate & Letter
Estimate of Larmouth and Sidebotham of Salford, school furnishers, for equipment, and letter from same to John Horsfield.
Scale: 1 inch = 20 ft.
|GB127.L85/6/7/1||"A Word of Intelligence to a new Trustee", history of the school from its foundation in 1739 to 1768. "Statutes and Constitution for the School of Westhoughton ..." 28 Dec. 1769.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/7/2||Copy of trust Deeds
Agreement of (i) Rich. Garnet of Westhoughton, tailor, Ralph Layland of Bristol, merch., Rev. Robt. Harvey, curate of Westhoughton, and (ii) Rev. Jas. Rothwell, vicar of Deane, Thos. Farnworth, Robt. Leigh, of Westhoughton, yeo. Isaac Garnett of Over Hulton, weaver, Jas. Green, yeo., Ralph Layland, husbandman, Wm. Roscow, Robt. Hindley, Giles Hulton, Thos., Sale, John Marsh, Jas. Kersley, yeomen, and Geo. Green, chapman, all of Westhoughton, and trustees with the said R.H. for Westhoughton School, to place out at interest sums of Â£5, Â£50 and Â£10 advanced by R.G., R.L., and R.H. respectively, and to pay the interest yearly to the Schoolmaster who is to be appointed by the trustees. Agreement concerning the appointment of trustees.
|GB127.L85/6/7/3||Copy of trust Deeds
Agreement of (i) Rev. Jas. Rothwell, vicar of Dean, Rev. John Chisnal, curate of Westhoughton, Thos. Farnworth of Little Hulton, gen., Jas. Green of Westhoughton, Ralph Layland of Aspull, Thos. Sale, yeomen, Geo. Green, chapman, all of Westhoughton (surviving trustees for Westhoughton School) and (ii) Wm. Hulton of Hulton, esq., Geo. Kenyon of Peel, jun., esq., Rev. Thos. Shaw, headmaster of the free school at Bolton, Thos. Layland of Hindley, husbandman, Geo. Green of Westhoughton, chapman, Thos. Gerrard, jun. of Rumworth, yeo., Isaac Garnett of Shakerley, yeo., (hereby appointed trustees), to put out at interest sums mentioned in 2, also sums of Â£5, Â£10 and Â£5.5.0. given by John Tonge late of Westhoughton deceased, Jas. Miller, late of Westhoughton, deceased, and Thos. Farnworth of Little Hilton, gen., on trust as in 3.
|GB127.L85/6/7/4||Copy of Trust deed
Notes showing the differences between the old trust deed of Westhoughton School, dated 12 Sept. 1745, and the new deed, 1 May, 1759.
|GB127.L85/6/7/5||Copy of Trust deed
Agreement of (i) Rev. Robt. Latham, vicar of Deane, Rev. Thos. Whitehead, curate of Westhoughton, Thos. Gerrard of Rumworth, yeoman, Geo. Green and Thos. Layland, both of Westhoughton, yeo. (surviving trustees) and (ii) Wm. Hulton, esq., of Hulton, Wm. Green, merch. Thos. Green, John Hargreaves, gents., John Hindley, yeo., Rich. Pennington, Jas. Rogers, cotton manufacturers, all of Westhoughton, Roger Pendlebury of Lostock and Gerrard Pendlebury of Westhoughton, cotton manufacturers, to put out at interest the sums of money mentioned in 3 above, also Â£210 left by the late Mary Harvey of Wigan, deceased, widow of Robt. Harvey, on trust as in 2 above.
|GB127.L85/6/7/6||Copy of Trust deed
Agreenment of (i) Rev. Robt. Latham, Rev. Thos. Whitehead, Thos. Jarrard, Geo. Green (acting trustees) and (ii) Wm. Hulton, Jas. Rothwell, son of the Rev. Rich. Rothwell of Sephton, Rich. Crompton of Westhoughton, Thos. Nuttall of Rumworth, Wm. and Thos. Green. sons of Geo. Green of Westhoughton, chapman, Roger Pendlebury, Gerrard Pendlebury, John Hargreaves, Richard Pinnington (hereby appointed trustees) to put out at interest sums of money mentioned in 5 above on trust as in 2 above.
|GB127.L85/6/7/7||Resolutions of a meeting of trustees||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/8||St. Thomas's Schools, Lostock||Manchester|
Land at Lostock Junction proposed to be let to Rev. H.S. Patterson for a school.
Tempest Estate Office, Bolton
Ink and watercolours on tracing paper.
Size: 33 x 22 cms.
|GB127.L85/6/8/3||Plan of proposed alterations of offices etc., St. Thomas's Schools, Lostock.
Ink and watercolours on tracing cloth
Size: 48 x 27 cms.
|GB127.L85/6/9||Morris Green School, Middle Hulton.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/9/1||Names of executors of late Duke of Bridgewater, acres and annual value.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/9/2||Copy attornment of Rev. Henry Sheridan Patterson as tenant of the trustees of Francis, late Duke of Bridgewater for Morris Green School monthly from 1 Jan. 1879 at annual rent of 1/-. School to be used as a Day or Sunday School in accordance with the principles of the Church of England.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/10||Hulton School, Four Lane Ends
13 Jan. 1887 - 1 Sept. 1903
8 Oct. 1903 - 21 Oct. 1927
Hulton School, Four Lane Ends
13 Apr. 1887
Certified copy, 14 Mar. 1906 of grant by (i) Wm. Wilbraham Blethyn Hulton of Hulton Park, esq., (ii) Benj. Newbatt of 15, St. James's Sq., City of Westminster, esq. (actuary of the Clerical Medical and General Life Insurance Society), (iii) Lionel Smith Beale, esq., M.B., Right Hon. Sir John Robt. Mowbray, Baronet, M.P., and Rich. Douglas Powell, esq., M.D., all of 15, St. James's Sq., Westminster, (three of the Directors of the Society) (iv) Chas. Lister of Ogden Hall, Lymm, co. Chester, esq., Fred Campbell Hulton of Preston, esq., and Geo. Eustace Hulton of Manchester, gent. To (v) The Board of Finance of the Diocese of Manchester -- land in Deane -- upon various trusts: for the purpose of erecting a school 'for the religious, moral and intellectual education of children ... of the poorer classes'. Plan (25 x 21 cms.)
|GB127.L85/6/12||Correspondence about the Establishment of the Hulton School, Fours Lane End||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/12/1-8||Correspondence of Rev. H.S. Patterson and W.W.B. Hulton with the Education Department, Whitehall, about merging St. Andrew's School, Edge Fold, Rosemary Lane School, Middle Hulton and the Hulton School, Over Hulton.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/12/9||Copy, 15 May 1888, of financial arrangements for Over and Middle Hulton School.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/12/10-13||Correspondence about the Establishment of the School
Notes on rights of vicars
|GB127.L85/6/13||Disputes Between Vicar of Deane and Managers||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/13/1-3||Dispute over Collections at Services in Deane and Hulton Schools Award of Rev. J.A. Atkinson, vicar of Bolton, Arthur T. Holden and Gilbert J. French in a dispute between the vicar of the Deane, Rev. H.S. Patterson, and the trustees of Deane Church Schools and the Committee of Management of the Hulton School, about the division of the collections at services held in the schools (printed) and newspaper publication of same.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/14||Dispute Over Dancing in Hulton School||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/14/1-2||Notice from Rev. H.S. Patterson that he will not conduct holy communion if dancing is permitted contrary to a previous agreement, and telegram||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/14/3||Letter to James Gregory, Secretary of Managers, from W.W.B. Hulton disputing that there ever was such an agreement.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/15||Dispute Over Holding Services in Hulton School||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/15/1||Notice read by lay reader at close of his sermon in the school about possible cessation of services because of lack of funds.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/15/2||Draft letter from Managers hoping agreement can be reached with the vicar.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/15/3||Copy letter from Rev. H.S. Patterson to the Managers requesting payment of money due to him.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/15/4||Opinion of E.P. Charlewood that Mr. Hulton was justified in withholding funds||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/16||Dispute with Dr. Marsh
Copy letter from J. Gregory, for the Managers, to Dr. Marsh objecting to the latter examining the children in connection with his duties as public vaccinator without permission of the Managers
Plans, elevation and section of Hulton Schools.
Ink and watercolours on tracing paper.
Archt: Thos. E. Smith, Bolton
Size: 95 x 60 cms.
Copy of agreement between the Managers of Hulton School and the Corporation of Bolton to supply water to Hulton School.
Correspondence and specification from Lancashire Electric Power Co. about supplying electricity to Hulton School; also includes specification of Bolton Corporation Gas and Electric Fittings Dept., for supplying electricity to Hulton St. Andrew's Mission Church, 10 Aug. 1914 (8).
|GB127.L85/6/20/1||Northern Assurance Co. Fire Policies.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/6/20/2||Northern Assurance Co. Fire Policies.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/7/1/1||Award and plan (130 x 75 cms.) for commons in the manors of Farnworth and Kearsley||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/7/1/2||Letter to Rev. H.S. Patterson from James Govane Duncan of Bolton, advertising contractor, asking to see the Horwich inclosure.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/7/2||Tithe Apportionments and Maps||Manchester|
Farnworth, 11 Mar. 1845. Certified copy 25 Apr. 1851
(42 x 32 cms.)
Heaton, 25 Apr. 1845. Certified copy, 19 Feb. 1853
Plan of Estate called Rogerstead, belonging to Le Gendre (N. Starkie. (60 x 50 cms.)
Horwich and Halliwell, 14 Nov. 1845. Certified copy, 28 Apr. 1852
Map, 1851 (65 x 88 cms.)
Kearsley, 23 Nov. 1844. Certified copy, 13 Oct. 1853
Map, 1853 (46 x 48 cms.).
Little Hulton, 23 Nov. 1844. Certified copy, 17 Apr. 1851
Map (60 x 37 cms.)
|GB127.L85/8/1/1||Lease for 999 years by Thomas Nuttall of Rumworth, chapman to William Thornley of Halliwell, cotton twister of land in Eddish Field, Halliwell, for 42/- rent. Thornley to erect a dwelling house. Tenants of a farm called Boot to have right to draw water from a well on the land.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/1/2||Lease for 999 years by same to John Pendlebury of Halliwell wheelmaker, for 15/- rent. Pendlebury to erect a house.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/2/1||Letters of administration of the goods of Robert Green of Westhoughton, widow, granted to George Green, his son.||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/2/2||Copy of will of John Farnworth of Farnworth, yeoman||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/3/1-2||Extracts from baptism registers, 1664/5 - 1768 and marriage registers, 1700-1726, of members of Hulton family||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/3/3||Affidavit of Jane Tyrrell Boyce, wife of William Tyrrell Boyce of St. Marylebone, Middx., widow of William Hulton, late of Hulton Park, about her children by William Hulton, 1786-1799.||Manchester|
A list of small landowners who do not reside in Westhoughton, and resident landowners.
|GB127.L85/8/5||Plan of a Mechanism (Clock?)||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/5/1||Plan of a Mechanism (Clock?)
Ink and watercolours on tracing paper.
Scale: 3 inches = 1 ft.
Size: 94 x 66 cms.
|GB127.L85/8/5/2||Plan of a Mechanism (Clock?)
Pencil on tracing paper
Size: 66 x 55 cms.
|GB127.L85/8/6/1||Notice of vestry meeting for the ratepayers of Rumworth||Manchester|
|GB127.L85/8/6/2||Bolton, Turton and Westhoughton Extension Bill.||Manchester|
Illustrated booklet to mark the completion of restoration work, 1983 - 1986
|GB127.L122/7/1||Deane Church Sunday School Bequest||Manchester|
|GB127.L122/7/1/1||Extracts from will of Thomas Nuttall of Rumworth who died 7 October 1814, leaving rents of Â£2-2-0 and 15/- to the vicar of Bolton and the curate of Westhoughton, to pay one third to the vicar of Deane to preach a charity sermon in June in Deane Church to support a Sunday School at Deane or elsewhere in Rumworth. If the charity sermon is not preached the third of the rents is to go to churchwardens of Deane chosen from Farnworth, Rumworth or Kearsley for buying religious books for children at Deane Church School in Rumworth or to the poor people of Deane. The other two third parts of the rents to go to purchase religious books for Deane Church Sunday School. If the Sunday School be discontinued the two thirds to go the Friendly Soc. held at Deane Church.||Manchester|
|GB127.L122/7/1/2||Extracts from will of Thomas Nuttall of Rumworth who died 7 October 1814, leaving rents of Â£2-2-0 and 15/- to the vicar of Bolton and the curate of Westhoughton, to pay one third to the vicar of Deane to preach a charity sermon in June in Deane Church to support a Sunday School at Deane or elsewhere in Rumworth. If the charity sermon is not preached the third of the rents is to go to churchwardens of Deane chosen from Farnworth, Rumworth or Kearsley for buying religious books for children at Deane Church School in Rumworth or to the poor people of Deane. The other two third parts of the rents to go to purchase religious books for Deane Church Sunday School. If the Sunday School be discontinued the two thirds to go the Friendly Soc. held at Deane Church.||Manchester|
|GB127.L178/9/4/2-5||Deane Church Quincentenary, 1452-1952, and programme for Pageant, 18-25 Oct.||Manchester|
|GB127.Local Images Collection/m70892||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane Church||Manchester|
|GB127.Local Images Collection/m70893||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane Church||Manchester|
|GB127.Local Studies Newspaper Cuttings/Box 491||Religion: Churches (Roman Catholic and Church of England)||Manchester|
|GB127.Local Studies Newspaper Cuttings/Box 498||Religion: Churches (Roman Catholic and Church of England)||Manchester|
|GB127.M383/2/18/3||From W. Warrington to same estimating cost. Refers to his work at the Roman Catholic chapel, Blackrod, Deane church, and St. Anthony's R.C. church, Liverpool, Written on paper advertising a book of Illustrations of Stained Glass by Warrington||Manchester|
|GB127.m70892||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane Church||Manchester|
|GB127.m70893||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane Church||Manchester|
|GB127.m70894||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, and Deane Clough||Manchester|
|GB127.m70895||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, memorial to George Marsh, martyred at Boughton, 1555||Manchester|
|GB127.m70896||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire||Manchester|
|GB127.m70897||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, Church Yard Pulpit||Manchester|
|GB127.m70898||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, north doorway||Manchester|
|GB127.m70899||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, interior||Manchester|
|GB127.m70900||Churches, Church of England, St Mary's Church, Deane, Lancashire, (on the wall near the south porch - figure of a man with a fish over his shoulder)||Manchester|
|GB127.MISC/244/17||Photos of deeds relating to Westhoughton School and Church
Conveyance of land for site of Westhoughton school and declaration of trusts
1) Hon. Edward Bootle Wibraham of Latham House Col in HM Army
2a) Rev. James Ricvhard Alsop of Westhoughton
2b) Rev. Francis Henry Coldwell of Deane
2c) William Ford Hulton of New Brook House
2d) John Jacson of westhoughton, esq.
2e) John Chadwick, silk Manuf.
2f) Peter Ditchfield of Westhoughton, cotton manuf.
2g) John Caldwell of same, gent.
2h) Josiah Woodward of Bolton, gent.
2i) Richards Haddock, jun.., corn merchant
2j) James Higson, farmer
2k) Peter Hyson, farmer
2l) Thomas Grundy, farmer
2m) Pertyer Gregory, cotton manuf., all of Westhoughton
2n) John Seddon of Breightment, bleacher, trustees of school
Land, part of the Back Croft, in Westhoughton on the south of the road from Westhoughton to Manchester, to build a school for children & adults or children only, of the manufacturing classes to be conducted according rto the principles fo the Church of England.
|GB127.MISC/762||Photocopy of letters patent ordering rebuilding of Eccles church and increase in stipends of the vicars of Eccles and Deane
Recites result of commission, 6 Apr 1566, of Richard Assheton of Whalley, Receiver of Queen's Revenues, John Braddyll of Whalley, Queen's Steward and Gilbert Moreton, Queen's Surveyor, to enquire into the state of the church, cost of repair, stipend of vicar and population. Reports encroachment on Barton Moor, Alvesage Moor and Swinton Moor. Rectory of Eccles formerly belonged to the abbott of Whalley and passed to the crown on the Dissolution of the monasteries. It has been granted to gilbert Gerrard, Attorney general, for a rent of Â£104-5-3. He has to pay Â£10-13-4 for the vicars of Eccles and Deane. Court of Exchequer are to pay John Draddyll the money for the repair of the church.
|GB742.96266589||Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Joseph Williamson: The King of Edge Hill, The Townfield of Liverpool 1207-1807, Early Liverpool printers, Stallwork in Cheshire, 1915, Heraldic memorials of the Hulton family in Deane church, co.Lancaster, The chantry of St.John Baptist at Bailey, The mediaeval Blackburn Pax, Mediaeval music, Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia , 1596-1662, An english alabaster lion of the fourteenth century, Arms and Crest of John Westby 1560
|GB758.L10914||The Registers of the Parish Church of Deane Volume I Part I. Baptisms, Weddings 1604, 1613-1750||Oldham|
|GB758.L10915||The Registers of the Parish Church of Deane Volume I Part II. Burials 1604, 1613-1750||Oldham|
|GB758.L10993||The Registers of the Parish Church of Deane Part III 1751-1812||Oldham|
|JBO/9/391||Deane Parish Church Memorial Hall, Junction Road, Deane - plans, report, elevations||Bolton|
|L178/9/4/2-5||Deane Church Quincentenary, 1452-1952, and programme for Pageant, 18-25 Oct.||Manchester|
|MC||"Grave" scandals at Deane!||Manchester|
|MC||"Selling old newspapers" 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Account for Vault for H.S. Cooper 1877||Manchester|
|MC||Act of Parliament for repressing the odious and loathsome sin of drunkenness||Manchester|
|MC||Addessment for Rumworth [Assessment?]||Manchester|
|MC||Advice about Prayer - Revd. F.H. Thicknesse 1864||Manchester|
|MC||Agreements between School Managers and Mr J.J.T. Hill (1904) and Martha A. Mellowdew (1908)||Manchester|
|MC||An account of Bolton (about 1932)||Manchester|
|MC||Ancient 'Font'(?) found near Scout Hut (East of Church)||Manchester|
|MC||Ancient Document re Horwich Chapelry||Manchester|
|MC||Anno Regis, George III 1795, 1797, 1780, 1781||Manchester|
|MC||Appeal for a Church House 1904||Manchester|
|MC||Architect's Report 1913||Manchester|
|MC||Assessment on Vicarage for rates 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Assessment to Rumworth Overseers of the Poor 1817||Manchester|
|MC||BBC Broadcast 1953||Manchester|
|MC||Bowden's Window 1932||Manchester|
|MC||Burial Bill 1897; Fees for marriages and burials||Manchester|
|MC||Calendar Cards 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Centenary of Manchester Diocese||Manchester|
|MC||Church magazines for 1948 and some of previous years||Manchester|
|MC||Church of England Education 1929||Manchester|
|MC||Churchyard extensions 1813||Manchester|
|MC||Churchyard extensions 1876||Manchester|
|MC||Churchyard extensions 1894||Manchester|
|MC||Churchyard extensions 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Churchyard extensions 1939-40||Manchester|
|MC||Convocation of York 1957||Manchester|
|MC||Convocation of York 1962||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Act for enclosing Deane Moor 1815||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Act for enclosing Horwich Moor 1815||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Act for improving Bolton to Westhoughton road 1842||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Act for improving roads 1793||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Act for improving roads 1800||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Bill for enclosing lands at Rumworth and Deane 1815||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Magna Carta||Manchester|
|MC||Copy of Standing Orders||Manchester|
|MC||Coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth||Manchester|
|MC||Correspondence for tablet in Memorial Hall 1934||Manchester|
|MC||Council for Care of Churches||Manchester|
|MC||Cutting re "George Marsh" by Revd. A. Hewlett||Manchester|
|MC||Cuttings - Closing of Sunday School Sick Society||Manchester|
|MC||Cuttings - Fishing Rights in the Middle Brook 1969||Manchester|
|MC||Cuttings - Old Schoolroom opposite the Lych Gate 1973||Manchester|
|MC||Deane Church History notes by Canon R.C. Worsley (Vicar 1927-1950)||Manchester|
|MC||Deane Records 1952||Manchester|
|MC||Deane School Trustees - Minutes Books 1882 - 1903||Manchester|
|MC||Deane School Trustees - Minutes Books 1904 - 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Deane Schools and Schoolmastership - 1896||Manchester|
|MC||Death of Canon R.C. Worsley 25.3.1971||Manchester|
|MC||Dedication of Bells and Clock 1955||Manchester|
|MC||Dispute about a grave 1890||Manchester|
|MC||Documents deposited at Preston Records Office||Manchester|
|MC||Dorothy Leigh Charity 1895||Manchester|
|MC||Drawing of Church roof and design of reredos 1884||Manchester|
|MC||Drawing of St Mary's Deane, for C. Of E. Newspaper 1950||Manchester|
|MC||Endowment accounts - Deane Church School 1861 - 1928||Manchester|
|MC||Endowment of school lands 1876||Manchester|
|MC||English Parish Records 1962||Manchester|
|MC||Enquiry - Deane School 1905||Manchester|
|MC||Fac-simile warrant to execute Mary Queen of Scots (1587)||Manchester|
|MC||Farewell address to Deane Parishioners by Revd. F.H. Thickness (Vicar 1855-1868) 29th March 1868||Manchester|
|MC||Farewell sermon - Revd. W.H. Green 1898||Manchester|
|MC||Farewell sermon by Revd. W. Bashall (Vicar 1868-1876) 1876||Manchester|
|MC||Formation of St Bede's Parish - 1923||Manchester|
|MC||Fourth Centenary of the Martyrdom of George Marsh 24.4.1955||Manchester|
|MC||Funeral Service for his late Majesty King George VI 1952||Manchester|
|MC||Furness Abbey Guide Book and postcard 1973||Manchester|
|MC||Gas to Westhoughton - in the Parish of Deane - 1871||Manchester|
|MC||George Marsh - Hero and Martyr by James Johnston 1920||Manchester|
|MC||Gifts to the Church||Manchester|
|MC||Historical account of the Endowment of Deane Church by J.H. Partington||Manchester|
|MC||History of Bolton-le-Moors 1856||Manchester|
|MC||History of Deane Church School - Mr. R. Walmsley||Manchester|
|MC||History of South-East Lancashire 1880||Manchester|
|MC||History of St George the Martyr Church 1880||Manchester|
|MC||Hymn on conclusion of Transvaal War 1899||Manchester|
|MC||Inauguration of New Organ 1887||Manchester|
|MC||Induction of Revd. K.M. Bishop, M.A. 30.5.1950||Manchester|
|MC||Induction of the Revd. R.B. Jackson, B.Sc 10.12.1974||Manchester|
|MC||Instrument of Management of the Education Act 1944||Manchester|
|MC||Inventory of silver - J.R. Line||Manchester|
|MC||Iron railings for Deane Clough - 1940||Manchester|
|MC||Letter about Deane Sermons 1888||Manchester|
|MC||Letter by Revd. K.M. Bishop re Mr. Cross||Manchester|
|MC||Letter concerning Revd. Patterson 1929||Manchester|
|MC||Letter from Board of Education re Education Act 1902||Manchester|
|MC||Letter re Deane Endowed School, from Charity Commission||Manchester|
|MC||Letters concerning War Graves||Manchester|
|MC||Letters from Board of Education re Crompton and Ridgeway Charities 1919||Manchester|
|MC||Letters re Markland Hall School 1936||Manchester|
|MC||List of Churchyard documents in Diocesan Registry||Manchester|
|MC||Local history paper 1951||Manchester|
|MC||Magazine Cover 1933||Manchester|
|MC||Magazine cuttings in the Revd. J.R. Line's time (Vicar 1912-1927)||Manchester|
|MC||Manchester Cathedral 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Marriage of Revd. D. Gatenby||Manchester|
|MC||Mortuary fees 1882; Deane Parish Burial Rights||Manchester|
|MC||Nation Prayers for Queen Victoria 1901||Manchester|
|MC||New School 1961||Manchester|
|MC||Newspaper Cuttings - 1866 Brief History of St. Mary's, Deane||Manchester|
|MC||Newspaper Cuttings - 1866 Brief History of St. Mary's, Deane||Manchester|
|MC||Newspaper Cuttings - 1866 Consecration of St James's New Bury||Manchester|
|MC||Newspaper Cuttings - 1866 Death of Mrs. Wm. Ford, Hulton||Manchester|
|MC||Notes and letter from Canon K.M. Bishop (Vicar 1950-1973)||Manchester|
|MC||Old insurance policy 1923||Manchester|
|MC||Opinion on Cemetery question and Litigation on Burials 1889-1899||Manchester|
|MC||Ordination of Revd. A. Ryder||Manchester|
|MC||Ordnance Survey Sheet 86 Bolton-le-Moors||Manchester|
|MC||Ordnance Survey Sheet 94 Westhoughton and surrounding districts||Manchester|
|MC||Pageant - "Coronet for Deane" 1952||Manchester|
|MC||Paper by Revd. K.M. Bishop||Manchester|
|MC||Paper on Deane Bishops||Manchester|
|MC||Papers - "Divine Council Jubilee" 1879||Manchester|
|MC||Papers on Memorial Hall||Manchester|
|MC||Parish boundaries of St. George the Martyr||Manchester|
|MC||Parish Church accounts 1908-1910||Manchester|
|MC||Parish of St. Bede, Morris Green||Manchester|
|MC||Parish Paper 1903||Manchester|
|MC||Parochial fees to the Vicar 1777||Manchester|
|MC||Payments by Ecclesiastical Commissioners 1939||Manchester|
|MC||Photographs of St. Mary's and St. Andrew's - probably taken by Mrs. Bishop||Manchester|
|MC||Plan of a new Club House on Deane Road 1892||Manchester|
|MC||Plans for Baptistry and War Memorial 1947||Manchester|
|MC||Prayer and Thanksgiving for 25 years reign - King George V 1935||Manchester|
|MC||Presentation of Tower Bells 1896||Manchester|
|MC||Proctorial Election 1955, 1959 and 1964||Manchester|
|MC||Public Apology by five youths 1909||Manchester|
|MC||Purchase of "The Bakewells" for Vicarage1927-1929||Manchester|
|MC||Quincentenary papers 1952||Manchester|
|MC||Repairs to schools 1905||Manchester|
|MC||Report on East Window, from Manchester Univ. 1959||Manchester|
|MC||Report on how Churchwardens are appointed 1890||Manchester|
|MC||Rules of Deane Parish Church Sunday School sick society - 1903||Manchester|
|MC||Sayings and Doings of the Revd. James Folds (Parson Folds) 1755-1820 1879||Manchester|
|MC||Saynte Mariden leaflet 1966||Manchester|
|MC||Sermon preached by Revd. W. Bashall on the death of James Marsh||Manchester|
|MC||Sermons Paper 1905 (News Cutting)||Manchester|
|MC||Sermons sheet 1885||Manchester|
|MC||Service for Victory in Europe 1945||Manchester|
|MC||St. Andrew's Mission Church - Schools 1887-1937||Manchester|
|MC||Status of School Managers 1905||Manchester|
|MC||Sunday School Sick Society 1949 and 1950||Manchester|
|MC||Surveyor's report on Deane Vicarage||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 10.1.1854||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 12.10.1923||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 19.1.1897||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 20.3.1874||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 25.1.1860||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 28.7.1863||Manchester|
|MC||The London Gazette: 31.3.1866||Manchester|
|MC||The Observation of the Lord's Day||Manchester|
|MC||Thickness Grave 1930||Manchester|
|MC||Three editions of our Church History and notes and letters from Canon K.M. Bishop 1950-1973||Manchester|
|MC||Trees in the Churchyard 1777||Manchester|
|MC||Two packages of documents re Charities of Mort, Guest, Ridgway and Crompton||Manchester|
|MC||Vicarage delapidations 1935||Manchester|
|MC||Wardens' statement 1905||Manchester|
|MC||Widening of RLY LINE - BOLTON-LE-MOORS 1891||Manchester|
|MC||York Journal of Convocation 1963||Manchester|
|OS 69/7778||Triangulation (Trig) Station number SD/80/T241 or 34/80/T241. Trig name: Deane Church Tower: tertiary mark. National Grid reference: SD(34)/60 (10 km square at 1:25000 scale) or SD 6908 (1 km square at 1:2500 scale)||Kew|
Rumworth was the 'core' township in the ancient parish of Deane, being the township in which the parish church was situated. It was included in Bolton Poor Law Union in 1837, and became part of Bolton Rural Sanitary Authority in 1870. In 1872, Rumworth was divided into two parts; the eastern portion was added to the Borough of Bolton (Rumworth Ward), and the western part remained in Bolton Rural Sanitary Authority. In 1894, the western portion became a civil parish in Bolton Rural District, and its name was changed to 'Deane'. In 1898, the Rural District Council was abolished, and Deane became part of Bolton County Borough Deane-cum-Lostock Ward. This ward was rated differentially until 1923, and had its own local committee of the Borough Council
Vestry and Parish Council Minute Books
|PRU/1/1||Annual Vestry Meetings
Annual Parish Meetings from 4 Dec 1894
|PRU/2/3||Poor Rate Assessment Book||Bolton|
|PRU/2/4||Poor Rate Assessment Book||Bolton|
|QSP/212/9||Deane Parish -- relief of poor.||Preston|
|QSP/413/13||Deane Parish -- payment for "fox heads, Urchants, and other vermin."||Preston|
|QSP/44/22||Deane Parish -- churchwardens.||Preston|
|SLB/20||DEANE CE SCHOOL||Bolton|
|SLB/20/1||Managers' Minute Book||Bolton|
|SLB/20/2||Managers' Minute Book||Bolton|
|ZAH/3/14||Letter: Peter Ainsworth, Smithills Hall, to his sister Sarah (Annesley) - proposing a purchase of ground rent; social activities; charity sermons for Deane church & school; character of Mr & Mrs Hulton||Bolton|
|ZAH/6/3||Extracts from Deane Parish Church Marriage registers - members of the Ainsworth family||Bolton|
|ZAL/353||Rough plan of roads around Deane Church.||Bolton|
|ZAL/365||Rough plan of Deane Church Burial ground, laid out in graves.||Bolton|
|ZAL/1203||Plans of Deane Church and Burial Ground.||Bolton|
|ZAL/1300||Map of the Parish of Deane, showing the several Townships in the County Palatine of Lancaster. Drawn for the Rev'd Thomas Brocklebank.||Bolton|
|ZAL/1318||Shows the site of the oldest grave in Deane Church Yard. n.d. Reverse - Notice of sale of an estate. n.d.||Bolton|
|ZBA 2/5/14||Ox Roasting with Peace Committee 1919-8, Harold Pyott and the Roundthorn Twins, Two secret passages at Deane Church, Mining Soughs & Colliery Tramways in Over Hulton & Westhoughton||Bolton|
|ZBEN||The Bolton Evening News
There have been hundreds of articles written about Deane Church over the years. It is a hard enough task to document the Church, therefore no examination of the newspaper archives has (or probably will be) undertaken.
|ZBEN/4/3/2||Reverend H.S.Patterson, Vicar of Deane, to Messrs Tillotson & Son - arrangements for transcription for publication purposes of the Deane parish registers. 18 Jan 1886:
Copy letters from Tillotson & son to Reverend H.S.Patterson and to John Horsfield, Parish Clerk of Deane, relating to same matter. 18-21 Jan 1886
|ZBEN/4/3/3||Agreement: Reverend H.S.Patterson & W.F.Tillotson - arrangements transcription of the Deane parish registers. Witnessed by James C. Scholes and John Horsfield||Bolton|
Map of Bolton, showing deane parish boundary.
Extracts from the following registers of Crompton baptisms, marriages and burials:
Deane, 1613 - 1845; Bolton St Peter, 1573 - 1850; Turton, 1720 - 1812; Bury, 1600 - 1698; Prestwich, 1608 - 1711; Eccles, 1564 - 1632;
Middleton, 1546 - 1749; Radcliffe, 1557 - 1783; Rochdale, 1642 - 1700; Leigh, 1625 - 1700; Manchester, St Mary, 1757 - 1848; Liverpool, 1644 - 1710.
|ZWL/41||Folder containing 'Baptism, marriage and burial entries of Bolton Parish registers, Deane Parish register, New Chapel||Bolton|
|ZWW/4/4||Deane Church: Stained Glass Windows, including correspondence and report by A.C.Sewter||Bolton|
|ZWW/4/5||Deane Church and Roman Catholicism: typescript notes for lecture by Robert Walmsley on the subject of 'Did Deane Church ever belong to the Roman Catholics?'||Bolton|
|ZZ/640||Deane Parish Tithe Books||Bolton|
|ZZ/640/1||Tithe Account Book: 'A Rentall of the Compositions paid John Latham, gentleman, Trustee for Miss Margaret Kenyon and Infant and Isabel Edge, Spinster, Rectors Impropriate of the Tyths Great Small and Easter dues within the Parish of Dean in the County of Lancaster for Lands there, etc...'
- Inludes names of tenants and landowners, land held, rents paid in the townships of Farnworth, Heaton, Horwich, Kearsley, Little Hulton and Rumworth. Also contains payment accounts and arrears
|ZZ/640/2||Tithe Account Book: 'A Rental of the Compositions paid Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart. in right of his wife late Miss Margaret Kenyon and Isabel Edge Spinster Rectors Impropriate of the Tyths Great Small and Easter Dues within the Parish of Dean....'
- Inludes names of tenants and landowners, land held, rents paid in the townships of Farnworth, Heaton, Horwich, Kearsley, Little Hulton and Rumworth. Also contains payment accounts and arrears