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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Windle

    a portion of Windle amounting to 720 acres. North of the town is Windleshaw, and to the west are Cowley Hill and Denton's Green . On the south a brook divides it from Eccleston , and is joined by the

    Townships Eccleston

    at Eccleston Hall until about 1790, when the Scarisbricks returned to their family seat. After this, Mrs. Eccleston of Cowley Hill built a church at Lowe House , St. Helens . 61 A second mission was established at Scholes ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a file cutter, lives at a lonely place known as the Eungine House, in the middle of Smithy Wood, Cowley Hill, his dwelling having, some years ago, formed part of the esigine-house of an old colliery. There is no other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leigh aud Skinner Woodroffe, Esq. The Land is of very fine quality. Also, a CLOSE of ARABLE LAND, near Cowley Hill, in the parish of Blnmstall Ridwaro aforesaid, called The Flat, in the occupation of John Harvey, containing 1A. n3R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leigh and Skinner Woodrolfo, Esq. The Land is of very line quality. Also, a CLOSE of ARABLE LAND, near Cowley Hill, in the parieh of H amotall Ridwvare aforesaid, called "The Flat," in the occupation of ,ohn Harvey, containing IA.3R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Peter- HIneefBirraaingms Houe, 5 and 7,1Bridge Street, St. 11blems, lii,6 "luytei Stcot. Widitee, mimai also IS, Nortla Roacd, Cowley Hill, St. niehats oil at tbn county ccl Lancaster, Vm'lolesale Warehouseeman knd Smacliartre cod tienermal Dealer, Ties Boaa Debts aced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lakeman, senior curate of the Parish Church, St. Helen's, has been appointed first in- cumbent of St. Maric's Church, Cowley Hill, in that parish. A society has been formed among lager beer saloon pro- prietors in New York for the Subscribers-only content

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