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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dunnington

    them by four minor roads. One of the latter, Common Lane, continues southwards beyond the Beverley road at Four Lane Ends . It crosses Common drain by a small 19th-century brick bridge, known in 1709 as Byart bridge, 10 in

    Townships Lowton

    were routed on Lowton Common by the people of the district. 3 A stone cross formerly stood at Four Lane Ends , near the present parish church. 4 There is a parish council. MANOR Before the Conquest LOWTON , which

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Pilkington

    branches of it unite at the southern border, and go north through Thatchleach, Besses o' th' Barn , Four Lane Ends , and Whitefield . Here the road divides again; one branch goes north to Bury, crossing the Irk at

    Townships Carleton

    goes east to Poulton , and to the north a road from Bispham to Poulton crosses it at Four Lane Ends . The Poulton to Blackpool branch of the Wyre railway crosses the southern part of Carleton , going south-west;

    Townships Halsall

    stand on the higher ground near the church. To the south-east is the hamlet of Bangors Green ; Four Lane Ends is to the north-east. From near the church an extensive and comprehensive view of the surrounding county is obtained.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the legs; Walsh (girl)' in left arm broken and left leg badly contused; Jerome~ II Wright (overlooker), Four Lane Ends, arm broken, injury r. to back, and contusion on head. ig HOSPITAL5 SUNDAY COLLECTIONS. ItThe amount collected on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Froat, Last Zis1tt's Car-te) ADJUDICATIONS. JON:AS BooTi, Four Lane Ends, Thornton Rno-' .1 ham, Bradford, Yorkshire, grocer. 'ininq 0 HlnnrnT IHAITLtr, manufacturer, Bradfosr e bury, wool iaste merchat. R aod,e j THOM5tAS CHARLsES BANXTEtR ani AasTIsst 3. p s trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slight showers pf hail and rain there was nothing to complain of in reference to meteorological condiions. The Four Lane Ends, on the Thirsk read, was the trrsbng place, and there was a good muster' at 8.15. There was no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three children. Loenry Stead, Swinton, collier, married, one child. John Tomolinson, lRawmarsh, colLier, married, four children. Williasm Byron, Four Lane Ends, Rawnmarsh, married, seven dhildren. Thomas Roberts, Rawmarab, packer, married, four children. Henry Cooper, Rawniarsh, married, five children. tNJUR.ED. Joseph Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SoUTEgRN, North Kyrme, Lincoleshire, farmer. Joa- NOuRToN Co PTzs, Crimbles, Pudsey, Yorkshire, grocer and beerseller. WILLIJAII tiEtR DREVw, Four Lane Ends, Bradlord, journalist. ALBERT CHILDS, Albert Terrace, Stapleton Road, Brictol, boot and shoe dealer. WILLIA51 SHORE, Station Road, Sandiacre, Derby- Subscribers-only content

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