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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bispham with Norbreck

    Hawes to Layton , about 300 acres. Loc. Govt. Bd. Order 14712. The houses round this are sometimes called Church Town . William Hutton (in his Description of Blackpool ) in 1788 records something of this and tells the story

    Townships Broughton

    Duddon . 4 Broughton at one time consisted of a series of hamlets, viz. Kepplewray, Church Town , Sykehouse , & c. Church Town comprised the street now known as Old Street or Church Street , together with the Kirkhouse

    Parishes Crowcombe

    the street stands the church, church house, market cross, and former manor house, and the southern section, known as Church Town , probably represents the earliest phase of settlement. The area north-west of the bend was known as the borough,

    Townships North Meols

    Meols , 42-4. From the inquisition it may be gathered that the principal divisions of the township were the Church Town , the New Row , and the Blowick . Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and

    Index A-K

    Church Beck , 286, 365 Church Coniston , see Coniston , Church Church of Christ , 47, 318, 356 Church Town ( Broughton ), 401 Churchtown ( Cartmel ), 259, 268 n ; char., 264 n Church Well ( Dalton

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Crosthwaite and Lyth

    of the turnpike road from Milnthorpe to Ulverston and into another turnpike road from Kendal to Ambleside, in the Church Town quarter of Crosthwaite, of the length of 741 yards through the lands of the Rev. Robert Bell. Ibid .

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 26 November 1830, 26 November 1830-26 November 1830

    Southport, Lancashire , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Church Town, North Meols: And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters meeting at Church Town, North Meols, Lancashire , whose Names are thereunto subscribed;

    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    1 J.... Cartmell 1 Robert Dickinson 2 Ann Rowanson 1 Willm Ormonde 1 Willm Birkett 1 Now Aynum, near Church Town. This gave name to the owners of Hubbersty, the Chadors. Hubbersty, near Hill Top. Owing to the invasion of

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 253, July 1595, 01 July 1595-31 July 1595

    of the Spaniards' landing this day in the western parts; they have burned Penzance, Newlyn, Mousehole, Poole Church, and Church Town, and other villages adjoining, without resistance; I speak it to the disgrace of those people. The only ships there Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    Thos., order to release alais Hull Christ's College , Manchester, grant of the wardenship of Church , Christina Thos. Church Town , Cornwall, burning of Church , the of England absence from attendance at, by Catholics property of work on Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    never lacking in his pot. Never was his wife without a silver collar. When Uinuas goes forth in the church town, all salute him." Unnas was charmed at his friend's civility ; and, responding to it. made use of more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oakland House, Radclifle Vale, Shollielid. e94s2 Cl JDENII(Sigl~hadolor where help is gives. Good 4kX eiperienee; relgrenees-. A_, Hosordeld Cottage. Church Town, Godestone. el11 gl AP.DEN4Et. whore two or more kept.Hiht nllains 'CIT 4Yi years' charseter. Age 3Lt-Addetas, D. Z3,,Daily Fost. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Cuttlesstte 6 fl 12 Aises Ethel-. . 6 11 9 ISilver Wing. .. 11?1 ligJib . ..5 11 Sr Church Town ..6It 12 lPyingY - 41 'Olymprey.....a 11 12 iziaiOkSO n - 410 6 R~omano all 12 'Edgar .. *~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lisis Evit-e and Iudian Chieif to the first fence, where the iea~.er fell, cod Miss Ethel teent on fronn Church 'Town and Indian Chief to the second obstacle. w-hieb Cuttlessone refused, leaving Edgar in the rear. Six furlongs.~ from house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a little after tess Witass they set eyt from Chords TCSM ithey wetit tere to- geitler, andli ptted thare. Church Town' 19 two srlies frrra SNap. :sert; and twenty two from i Livpeoi Witnass 1jsd bean i I Lir cc Subscribers-only content

 

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