Wigan

Wigan, a town in Lancashire, 18 m. NW. of Manchester, in the centre of a large coal-field; cottons are the staple manufactures; is a place of ancient date, and has some fine buildings.

Population (circa 1900) given as 55,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Wife of Bath * Wight, Isle of
Wicked Bible
Wicklow
Wicliffe, John
Widdin
Wieland, Christoph Martin
Wieliczka
Wier, Johann
Wiertz, Antoine
Wiesbaden
Wife of Bath
Wigan
Wight, Isle of
Wigtownshire
Wilberforce, Samuel
Wilberforce, William
Wild, Jonathan
Wilderness
Wildfire, Madge
Wilfrid, St.
Wilhelmina I.
Wilhelmshaven

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Aretæus
Carver, Jonathan
Freind, John
Hall, George
Kynaston, John
Leland, John [No. 3]
Linacre, Thomas
Markland, Jeremiah
Mason, Francis
Watson, John
Woolton, John