Beeley surname

June 1917: Rev. J. H. Beeley, rector Harpurhey St Stephen, Prospect Villas, Church Lane, Moston. ‘Mrs Beeley has commenced a class for girls and boys. She is preparing them for ‘The Holiday Concert’, to be given later in the year. Mrs Fairhurst is the pianist, and Miss Stocks teaches the country dance.’


April 1920: Rev. J. H. Beeley, rector Harpurhey St Stephen, Prospect Villas, Church Lane, Moston; Mrs Beeley prepared the girls’ veils for confirmation.


August 1924: S.S.S. Cricket Club. During the last month both elevens have had a most successful time. … The following players scored 50 runs or more:  –  S. Meredith, 104, not out, (the first time in the history of the club that a century has been made) and 59; S. Beeley, 58; R. A. Johnson, 50, not out.

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April 1925: The Reverend W. J. Southern of Mount Tabor gave a talk to the Female Adult Class; Mr S. Beeley delighted the ladies with two solos

S.S.S. Cricket Club: the average prize winners for last season are as follows: Batting – 1st eleven: S. Beeley, innings 14, times not out 0, highest score 58, runs scored 206: average 14.71. 2nd eleven: S. Meredith, innings 11, times not out 1, highest score 104 (not out), runs scored 231: average 23.10. Bowling – 1st Eleven: S. Beeley, 148.2 overs, 54 maidens, 246 runs, 50 wickets: average 4.92. 2nd Eleven: E. Lancashire, 109.2 overs, 27 maidens, 202 runs, 50 wickets: average 4.04.

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