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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    that from Lancaster south to Cockerham ; on the west it has the wooded lands of Lunecliffe 2 and Ashton Hall , and from Conder Green at the south end a road goes east to Galgate . There are minor

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    on his way from Scotland to London by Carlisle in 1617 arrived at Hornby , and thence went to Ashton Hall , where he knighted two gentlemen on 11 August ; the next day or the day after he left

    Townships Clayton-le-Moors

    but he died at Dunkenhalgh in 1642 . Thomas his son received knighthood at Lord Gerard 's mansion of Ashton Hall in 1617 during King James ' visit to Lancashire . He sat in the Parliament of 1621 for the

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    was knight of the shire 1768-72 ; Pink and Beaven, Parl. Repre. of Lancs . 85. He died at Ashton Hall . There were fines and recoveries of the manors of Nether Wyresdale, & c., in 1701 by James Duke

    Index A-K

    251 n ; Will., 257 n Gatebarrow New Pk ., 175 Gate Coat ( Carnforth ), 166 Gateways , Ashton Hall , 54; Borwick Hall , 172; Cartmel priory, 257, 259, 262, 276; Furness Abbey , 288-9; Hawkshead Hall ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAMILTON, Lord Archibald (1740-1819), of Ashton Hall, Lancs.

    (1740-1819), of Ashton Hall, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire 1768 Jan. 1772 Biography Hamilton was elected for Lancashire without a contest. He voted for Wilkes’s expulsion, 3 Feb. 1769, but against the seating of Luttrell, 15 Apr. 1769, against Government on

    SPENCER, William (c.1655-90), of Ashton Hall, nr. Lancaster, Lancs.

    (c.1655-90), of Ashton Hall, nr. Lancaster, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancaster Oct. 1679 Lancaster 1681 Ofifces Held Freeman, Preston 1676; commr. for assessment, Lancs. 1677-80, 1690, sheriff 1686-9, dep. lt. 1687-?d.; j.p. Apr. 1688-9; bailiff, Garstang 1688-9. Biography Spencer’s father, the

    STARKIE, Le Gendre Nicholas (1799-1865), of Huntroyde, nr. Padiham, Lancs.

    1865 and left Huntroyde to his eldest son, Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie (1828-99), Liberal Member for Clitheroe, 1853-57, and Ashton Hall, near Lancaster, which he had purchased late in life, to his second son John Pierce Chamberlain Starkie (1830-1925), Conservative

    HAMILTON, Alexander, Mq. of Douglas and Clydesdale (1767-1852).

    the general election of 1802 Douglas stood for Lancaster, which lay about four miles from the family property at Ashton Hall and which his father had represented 30 years previously. Despite their political differences the Pittite Lord Lowther, anxious to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn chwarel Dinorwic yn cael gweithio. Y mnae hyn yn cyferbynu yn ffafriol a'rmwnwyr yn Lloegr, a'r rhai yn Ashton Hall y bu Mr. GLADSTONE yn eu cynghori y dydd o'r blaen. Cafvdd y chwarel wyr gynyrg cael eu derhyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Bath. - It is rumoured in some of the papers that the Earl of Shrewsbury contemplates purchasing Ashton Hall, near this town, belonging to the Duke of Hamilton, for the purpose of converting it into a Catholic College.-Lancas-- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AtES WAr;, Esq., the last surviving son' of the illustrious improver of the steam engine, died last week at Ashton Hall, near Birmingham in his eightieth year. His name will long be remembered in associa- tion with that of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marston. FicTioN.-' The Bucklyn Shaig.' A Tale of the Last Century. By the Hon. Mrs Alfred Montgomery, Author of 'Ashton Hall,' Poems, etc. In Two Volumes. (Post Svo, pp. 314, Sol.) Bentley.-' Marian Rooke; or, the Quest for Fortune.' A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to ferret out the antecedents of ToN Puovis, who pretended to be the heir of Sir HuaH SMawn, of Ashton Hall, near Bristol. The Excise duty on medicine vendors in the last year was £7,878. U6s., which was in addition Subscribers-only content

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