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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Adlington

    the Adlington family there are but scanty records till the 16th century. 11 Hugh Adlington died 28 September 1525 holding messuages, & c., in Adlington , Duxbury, Chorley , Coppull , Worthington and Thornton . The estate in Adlington and

    Townships Heath Charnock

    knight's fee in Charnock Gogard and Adlington in 1378 ; Harl. MS. 2085, fol. 123. Lord Ferrers of Groby and Thomas de Harrington held the same third part of a fee in Charnock and Adlington in 1445 -6, each paying

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Allington

    among other bequests to the religious establishments of the town and neighbourhood ' vid . to the Magdalene house of Adlington .' 5 The hospital appears to owe its original endowment-if not foundation-to the de Lega or de Legh family,

    Townships Duxbury

    Colonel William J. Thom , the present owner. The landowners of Duxbury with Adlington who contributed to the subsidy of 1564 were James Standish , John Adlington , Lawrence Worthington , John Aughton and Reynold Gibson . 70 Among the

    The parish of Standish STANDISH PARISH

    ; Welch Whittle ; Charnock Richard ; Duxbury; Heath Charnock ; Adlington ; Anderton ; Worthington ; Coppull ; The parish of Standish has an area of 15, 3771/2 acres, and its population in 1901 numbered 18,496. It is curious

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.4943

    not state which Squire this is Participant: Thomas Heaton [Heaton] Role: testator Details: male; deceased Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : undefined Lancashire Participant: Peter Shaw [Shaw] Role: witness Details: male Participant: Dorothy Heaton [Heaton] Role: witness Details: female

    CP.H.2167

    Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : township Participant: Matilda Blackshaw [Blackshaw] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of John Blackshaw Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : township Participant: Anne Blackshaw [Blackshaw] Role: plaintiff Details: female; spinster Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington)

    CP.H.4780

    Edward Lea [Leigh] Role: testator Details: male; gentleman; son of Thomas Lea, deceased Location: London (London) : city Participant: Thomas Lea [Leigh] Role: testator Details: male; esquire; deceased Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : undefined Chester (Chester) : diocese

    CP.H.5966

    1690 - 1690 People & Places Participant: Thomas Lea [Leigh] Role: appellant Details: male; armiger Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : undefined Cheshire Notes: owner of the advowson of Prestbury Participant: John Travers [Traverse] Role: intervening parties Details: male;

    TRANS.CP.1624/2

    male; Knight, deceased Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Adlington(Adlington) : undefined Participant: ThomasBarber [Barber] Role: appellant Details: male; Executor named in the last will and testament of Roger Barber, deceased, late of Adlington Participant: AnneBarber [Barber] Alternate name: AnneMakin [Meakin]

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of Iohn Careles.

    remember me.Your poore brother, alwayes mindfull ofyou in my prayer, Iohn Careles prisoner,abydyng Gods pleasure.¶ To my deare brother Harry Adlington prisoner in the Lolardes Tower. An other Letter of Iohn Careles to Henry Adlingtō after a Martyr , partly

    Queene Mary. Godly letters of Iohn Careles.

    me.Your poore brother, alwayes mindefullof you in my prayer, Iohn Careles pry-soner, abiding Gods pleasure.¶ To my deare brother Harry Adlington prisoner in the Lolardes Tower. An other letter of Iohn Careles to Henry Adlingtō after a Martyr, partly conforting,

    Quene Mary. Godly Letters of Iohn Careles. His Letters to Augustine Bernher.

    me.Your poore brother, alwaies mindfull of youin my prayer, Iohn Careles prisoner, aby-dyng Gods pleasure.¶ To my deare brother Harry Adlington prisoner in the Lolardes Tower.An other Letter of Iohn Careles to Henry Adlingtō after a Martyr, partly cōforting, &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' P. B. Dean, Tdttinleion, Lanca-ihiie, Atcottonmunfacturet. At- tornues, Messrs. Miilne and Parry, Ternple. S. Wilson, Iiverpool, hosier. Attornie-, Mes'srs. Adlington rnd Cregoriy, Bedford-row. S Wood, Buroago, Lancaslirte, merchant. Attorney, Mr. Ells5 Clitrncery- lane. r. Langiey, Wortbing, Sussex, grocer. Attorney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R _ .__EIGN N ._ P1)Irfs, D!,.c. 2n.mt~tlty M cllE gd~ 21~ oa LJ IN il tIh C.]-' nur d !3t latITrllfczA a; a Sr w TLtl' M'@. C-li , tile m;>rilcri. Miborn aw. !aster thu js-i:~terio:t a work Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jewry. M. L. (lay, Uipper Nortoii-street, Mary-le-bone, stofte-titasov, Attorney, Mr. Cua rloe Ifigh-street, Mary-le.bone. J. Beerfet, Uanchester, slleicord-Intiwttirer. Attornies; Me-sri. Adlington and Giregory, Bedlfbrd-row. PRICE Or STOCKS ON SATUnRTI. 3 per Ceut . 7ed . ...........7 cit.co............ shat. The Pev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elatton-ga rden. H. and G. Haudson, Liverpool, slopsellers. Atornies, hiessrs. Adliintoen and Gregorv, Bedford-row. U'. Reddall, Liverpool, merchant, Attoriioes, MWessrs. Adlington; Wand Gregory,. Bedford-row. WV. Reddall, Liverpool, mercbhanlt. Attorne'es;,Messrs. Adlin g ton Dand Greeor-, Bedford-row, 13. tJooes, Liverpool, merchant. Attornies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LA . SI1ERIFFS' COURT, BEDFORD-ROW. Friday, Jan. 22. T'EIIPl.E V. POULETrr. This was an action brougilu by the plaintiff agaiast the de- fendant, to recover colnp lrsation for the seduction of his wife, and the damages vaere laid at Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 December 1777, 5 December 1777

    the Two Infant Sons of the faid Joh'n Rowlls the elder and Elizabeth his Wife j and Charles Legh of Adlington, in the County of Chefier Efquire ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Purpofes in the Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1817, 24 June 1817

    " An Act for making a Partition of the Estates " of Lostock, Anderton, Heaton, Horwich, Rum- " worth and Adlington, in the County Palatine of " Lancaster, of the late Henry Blundell Esquire ;" " That the Committee had Subscribers-only content

    7 July 1817, 7 July 1817

    .•" " An Act for making a Partition of the " Estates of Lostock, Anderton, Heaton, Horwkh, " Rumworth, and Adlington, in the County Palatine " of Lancaster, of the late Henry Blundell Esquire:" " An Act for confirming an Subscribers-only content

    7 July 1817, 7 July 1817

    29. " An Act for making a Partition of the Estates " of Lostock, Anderton, Heaton, Horwich, Rumworth, " and Adlington, in the County Palatine of Lan- " caster, of the late Henry Blundell Esquire." 30. " An Act for Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1822, 25 February 1822

    the said Ann Knollys, and of such Part thereof " as had been received by the Appellant and Thomas '' Adlington and Robert Colmer respectively, or by any or " either of them, or by any Person or Persons by Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLAYTON, Richard (?1703-70), of Adlington, Lancs.

    (?1703-70), of Adlington, Lancs. Constituency Dates Wigan 11 Mar. 1747 1754 Ofifces Held Recorder, Wigan 1743; K.C. 1768; c.j. of common pleas [I] 1765-70. Biography The grandson of a prominent Liverpool merchant, who had purchased the manors of Adlington and

    LEGH, John (1668-1739), of Adlington, Cheshire.

    (1668-1739), of Adlington, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Bodmin 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cheshire 1704-5; gov. Yarmouth I.o.W. 1715. Biography Legh, a Whig, was returned for Bodmin in 1715 by his brother-in-law, Charles Bodvile Robartes, 2nd Earl of Radnor. He served

    KEARSLEY, John Hodson (1785-1842), of Standishgate, Wigan and Higher Hall, Westleigh, Lancs.

    Ireland and the West Indies, and soon afterwards came into her only sister"s inheritance of property in Wigan, Hindley, Chorley, Adlington and Preston.[footnote] Kearsley"s father, who was the leaseholder of New Brook House, Over Hulton, died in 1816, not long

 

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