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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Aintree

    Aintree and his brothers Gilbert and Robert; probably they were William's sons, as a Henry, son of William de Aintree , occurs in 1292 ; Assize R. 408, m. 54. William de Aintree was son of a Henry de

    Townships Downholland

    Downholland, Aintree , and Barton is afterwards reckoned. Final Conc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 179; Cockersand Chartul . (Chet. Soc.), ii, 631. There was also an Alan de Holland to whom Henry gave part of Aintree

    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    the chief manor of West Derby , six berewicks embracing the vills of Thingwall , Liverpool , Great Crosby , Aintree with part of Walton , Everton , Garston with Aigburth , and Hale with Halewood , the whole containing

    Townships Winwick with Hulme

    d. Austin the vicar prosecuted his claim against Robert de Holland respecting three oxgangs in Hulme , and William de Aintree , on being called to warrant, averred that his father Henry died seised, the charter to Thurstan, father of

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 Religion

    in the legal firm of Hostage, Tatlock, and Hostage, and the Tophams, best known as clerks of the Chester and Aintree racecourses. 10 For the large number of newcomers from Wales , the equivalent national church was what became the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y Dock Boardji:Knowsley Park, achymerodd y Maer (Mr., A., B. Walker) ran ya y gwsitbrediadau. Aeth lliaws marwr, i Aintree i goel golwg..ar y trottg match, ond prif atynfay. dydd. ydoedd g6rymdaith aelodaui cymdethas ddirwestol y Pabyddion. Cynbaliwyd eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co'rnet-, kiing's Bench- wslkal, Temple. J. Ridsdale, Springfield, Yorkshire, stuff-merchant. [Heming and Baxter, Lin- coln's-isn-fiehlds.' R. N. Edwards, Manchester, victualler. [Johnson and Wetherall, Temple. S. Mason, Aintree, Liverpool, innkeeper. [Malkinson and Sanders, Temple. J. Fallows,Northfield,Worcestersh. builder. [Norcon and Chaplin, Gran's-inn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. M1lincing la. W. Mitchell, Abingdon, Berkshirc, grocer. [Grahiam, Temple. H. Wallington, Stockport, Chbeshire, builder. [Gadsden, 'urnival's inn. J. Bach, Aintree, inokeeper. [.dlington and Co. Bedford row. S, Burley, Birmrinhlam, brush-caker. [Taylor and Co. Bedford row. S. W. Bell, Rotherhaor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Broad st. J. Delamore, Liverpool, grocer. [Raynes, Norfolk st. Strand. R. Pollen, Selby, Yorksh. flax merchant. [Filson & Co. Coleman st. M. Pye, Aintree, Lancash. victualler. [Adlington & Co. Bedford row. 'F. Stephens, Chaxhill, Gloucestersh. maltster. (A'Beckett, Golden sq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and brought over frsom Attierica to Eigland abosst eisht stonttls smice, during which time lie htin beest in training sit Aintree, near Liveripool. Having started together, the bsrownsn Iotetse aippeared to tstsa-e the best of it, and scest very well Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Aintree Lodge

    Aintree Lodge (4906) Lodge Details Named in: 1927 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1927 Warrant of Constitution: 2nd February 1927. Consecrated 30th March 1927 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 4906 Lodge

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANGTON, Sir John (c.1387-1459), of Mowthorpe and Farnley, Yorks.

    Sir John eventually found himself in possession of the manor of Appleby in Lincolnshire, rents in the Lancashire villages of Aintree and Melling, and all his late grandfather’s extensive holdings in Yorkshire. These comprised the manor of Farnley near Leeds,

    NEVILLE, Sir Robert (d.1413), of Hornby, Lancs. and Farnley, Yorks.

    community. Through his first wife, Joan Atherton, Sir Robert acquired other property in the Lancashire villages of Oldham, Standish and Aintree, so it is hardly surprising that the rich and powerful merchant, Sir William de la Pole, offered his daughter,

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

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    TRANS.CP.1839/1

    (Litherland) : township Great Crosby (Great Crosby) : township Sefton (Sephton) : township Ince Blundell (Ince Blundell) : township Aintree(Aintree) : township Lunt (Lunt) : township Netherton (Netherton) : township Orrell (Orrell and Ford) : township Thornton (Thornton) :

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, May 1652, 01 May 1652-31 May 1652

    1651. 16 464 Claimant on the Estate of Ellen Maghull, Aintree, Co. Lancaster. Vol. G No. or p. L.C.C. & D. 161 117 119 26 May 1652. Rich. Latham, of Aintree, begs an order to the County Committee to certify Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    slain at Binche, I. 899. Ailmouthe . See Alnmouth. Ailsworth (Aylesworth), Ntht., I. g. 981 (85). Ailyf . See Ayliff. Aintree (Ayntre), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1). Aire (Ayre, Ayere, Ary), in Artois, I. 233, 485-6, 557, 840, 852, 870,

    Index of names and places

    Richard, 67. Thomas, 8, 70. Thomas, s. of Thomas, 8. Aighton , see Haghton. Ainsdale , 132. Manor of, 125. Aintree , 109. Manor of, 7. Alam , R oger, 135. Alet , Edmund, 135. Alkincoats , 80. Allen ,

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    (Instructions for playing orange quoits) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Food industry and trade, Marmalade industry, Advertisements, jam and honey] >ivr*aiz >i3d ^?yvrai yad -A f 9 ^^ •sjionb XjBuipjo UI SB? X8|d puB Jl UIOJJ Xbmb SDUBjsip uibjj3d b 3jnsB3|Y Subscribers-only content

 

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