Updated December 21, 2016 9:03 PM
Photo from my album 2007
1872 Aug 24th Two milkmen have been fined for adulteration. As there may be some milkmen in Bolton who do not adulterate, it is only right to them that we should give the names of those the magistrates have convicted for selling water and milk for pure milk. They are John Ibison, Brick st, and Richard Aspden, of Lever St.
1872 A dreadful tussle took place between a burglar
and a married woman named Parr, in a bedroom in a house in Lever-street.
For the past three weeks, Mr James Parr, coachbuilder, 240, Lever-street,
has been in London on business, and on Sunday night, he was expected to
return home, Mrs Parr and several children going to the station to meet
him. He, however, did not arrive, and the family retired to rest, a boy
named James Parr, aged 15, sleeping with his mother in the front room,
and the remainder of the other children, five in number, in other rooms
in the house. About four o'clock in the morning, Mrs Parr was awoke by
the falling of a box lid in the room, and, thinking it was her husband
returned, called out 'Is that you, James?' A man's voice replied 'Not
a word', and in the dim morning light she could distinguish the form of
a man standing over her with an upraised poker.
Here again, we are with the Lever
family which shared the lordship of the manor of Great bolton with four
other families prior to the enclosure of Bolton Moor in 1792. It was James
Lever who surrendered his manorial rights at that time.
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