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MilnrowChapel
MilnrowChapel1

The above taken from the Parsons Note Book in the Parish Register for Milnrow, Chapelry Rochale, 1799-1848

To Be Sold

By Auction

 

At Mr. John Sutcliffe's,Innholder

 

In Milnrow:

In the Parish of Rochdale

On Thursday the 26th Day of Auguft,1802

At 2.o'clock in the Afternoon

(Subject To Such Conditions As Will Be Then & There Produced)

 

All that EDIFACE or BUILDING, fituated in MILNROW

aforefaid, adjoining to the River Beale, containing in length

nineten yards, and in breadth, ten yards and a half, or there abouts,

which will be eafily converted into a Factory, to be worked by a

Steam Engine, for which purpofes the Premifes are very defirably

and advantageoufly fituated, particularly in regard to coal

and condenfing Water, and being alfo in a very populous

Manufacturing Neighbourhood.

 

For furthr Particulars apply to Mr Hamer, Attorney-at-Law,

in Rochdale: or to Mr. John Scholfield, Moor-Houfe, near Milnrow.

 

Hartley, Printer, Market-place, Rochdale

 

(This is the advertisement of the Old Chapel in Milnrow.)

This extract was taken from the Parsons Notebook, in the Parish Register for Milnrow, Chapelry of Rochdale

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