CHANC.CP.1856/3
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Reference:CHANC.CP.1856/3
Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193


Court:Chancery
Case:Violation of church rights (parishioners: brawling in church)
Details:25 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence
Outcome:Plaintiff Wins
Date: 1854 — 1/8/1856


People & Places
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Participant:Office 
Role:plaintiff
Details:undefined



Participant:Edmund   Maurice [Morris]
Role:defendant
Details:male; 25
Employment:Farmer
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Plane Trees (Plane Trees) : habitation



Participant:Robert   Brook [Brooks]
Role:promoting parties
Details:male; 50
Employment:Labourer; Calico Printer
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:Thomas   Simpson [Simpson]
Role:defence proctor
Details:male
Employment:Notary Public



Participant:George   Lawton [Lawton]
Role:prosecution proctor
Details:male; The Elder
Employment:Notary Public



Participant:William   Lawton [Lawton]
Role:prosecution proctor
Details:male
Employment:Notary Public



Participant:Lucy   Carr [Carr]
Role:witness
Details:female; 24; Wife of Reverend George Ridley Carr
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:Sarah   Brook [Brooks]
Role:witness
Details:female; 19; Spinster
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:Elizabeth   Greenhalgh [Greenhalgh]
Role:witness
Details:female; 60; Widow
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:Richard   Gorst [Gorst;  Gerst]
Role:witness
Details:male; 52
Employment:Farmer
Location:Bury (Lancashire)
Place(s):Hole House (Hole House) : habitation
Described as 'in the township of Tottington Lower End in the parish of Bury'



Participant:John   Vicars [Vickers]
Role:witness
Details:male; 43
Employment:Beer Seller
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:John   Brook [Brooks]
Role:witness
Details:male; 24; Son of Robert Brooks, promoter of the case
Employment:Block Printer
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Participant:James   Livesey [Livesey]
Role:witness
Details:male; 31
Employment:Bankman
Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry



Associated Places
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Location:Middleton (Lancashire)
Place(s):Ainsworth (Ainsworth) : chapelry
Plane Trees (Plane Trees) : habitation
Arthur Lane (Arthur Lane) : undefined
Pimhole (Pimhole) : undefined
Brown Hill (Brown Hill) : undefined
Rose Bank (Rose Bank) : undefined

Bank Field (Bankfield) : undefined

Higher Green (Higher Green) : undefined

Broom Field (Broomfield) : undefined

Paddock Leach (Paddock Leach) : undefined

Davenports (Davenports) : undefined

Kim Clough (Kim Clough) : undefined

Duke William (Duke William) : undefined

Anthony Fields (Anthony Fields) : undefined

Bottom of the Moor (Bottom of th' Moor) : undefined

Red Bridge (Red Bridge) : undefined

Mo' Crompton's House (Mo' Crompton's House) : habitation

Hamers (Hamers) : undefined

Rothwells (Rothwells) : undefined

Hay Cottage (Hay Cottage) : habitation

Ainsworth Hall (Ainsworth Hall) : habitation

Cowgrave Fold (Cowgrave Fold) : undefined

Ainsworth Mills (Ainsworth Mills) : undefined

Top of the Carrs (Top 'oth' Carrs) : undefined

Bradley Fold (Bradley Fold) : undefined

Openshaw Fold (Openshaw Fold) : undefined

Barrack Fold (Barrack Fold) : undefined

Smith Fold (Smith Fold) : undefined

Dearden Fold (Dearden Fold) : undefined

Bull Fold (Bull Fold) : undefined

Booths (Booths) : undefined

Anchor (Anchor) : undefined

Three Arrows (Three Arrows) : undefined

Radcliffe Moor (Radcliffe Moor) : undefined

Old Barn (Old Barn) : undefined

Ainsworth Lodge (Ainsworth Lodge) : habitation

Lower Green (Lower Green) : undefined

White Horse (White Horse) : undefined
Possibly White Horse Hallgate

Hall Gate (Hallgate) : undefined
Possibly White Horse Hallgate

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