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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Broughton

    no. 64. In 1556 the Bank Hall estate was held by the same rent of Edward Earl of Derby , John Osbaldeston and William Radcliffe ; ibid, x, no. 1. William Singleton of Bank Hall died in Dec. 1573 holding

    Townships Bretherton

    level, the village being situated about the centre of the township, where the ground begins to rise a little. Bank Hall is on a slight elevation to the west, near the Douglas , the old course of which river forms

    Townships Quernmore

    century. 12 Owing to its peculiar tenure the township is seldom mentioned in the records. 13 William Singleton of Bank Hall in Broughton in 1573 held a tenement in Quernmore of the queen as of her honour of Torrington in


    to the east-the northward continuation being known as Hesketh Lane - and crosses the Douglas by a bridge, near Bank Hall in Bretherton , and so goes on to Preston . A western branch, Blackgate Lane , leads from the

    Townships Burnley

    to the south-east. In the northern half Heysandforth, Swinless 1 and Saxifield lie to the north-east of the church; Bank Hall , Danes or Dancer House, the Old Hall and Barden to the north; Crowwood and Royle to the north-west;

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

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    Place(s): Scarborough (Scarebrugh) : undefined Location: Lancaster (Lancaster) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Broughton : township Bank Hall(Bank Hall) : habitation Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Broughton (Broughton) : undefined Location: Kirkham (Lancashire) Place(s): Kirkham (Kirkham) : ecclesiastical

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colliery. T~n ddifyfyr; neb yn deilwbg o'r wobr. Araith ddifyfyr, ' Y Ceffyl ;' goren, Mr. E. J. Williams, Bank Hall. Y cyfleithiad goreu o'r Cymraeg i'r Saesneg. Ni wnaeth y buddugol (ffugenw yr hwn oedd Frank) ei ymddangosiad. Adroddiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a J. Jones. 27. Requiem &c., gan.y cor. 28. Areithio byrtfr, tertyn "Rheew ;" gorwn, Mr. E; J. Williams, Bank Hall, Mostyn.. 29. Can gsnUis Edwards. Canodd y foneddiges hon yn wir dds. Yr oedd y.. cyfarfod ar y cyan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bache Htll, its the county, of Chester, and wcho e carriedi ore business asl is Marnsfacteuring- Chemist tit Bank Hall, hLiverpool. arnd set IWest IBromwieh, in ties couenty of Staffiorel (who dlied on the 6tih day of Autgust last. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken place C inZth t town, and two more in the Workhousb wards. One caae has appeared at the Bank Hall deyfit, and, another in C, the epileptic ward at the Workhouse. Tue toca number of cholera admissions to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who had been taken froru a house in which cholera had broken out, and after- wards removed to the Bank Hall warehouses, which have been fitted up for the reception of persons ' who wish to escape frominfeotedhonses. SinceThursdayfonradditional deaths Subscribers-only content

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