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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Singleton The PARISH CHURCH of ST.JOHN the EVANGELIST, SINGLETON

    south of it is the even more famous Goodwood Racecourse . An architectural relic of the Charlton Hunt is Fox Hall , the lodge built by the Duke of Richmond in 1730 . Externally the chief feature is the chimneystack

    The parish of Bispham

    it was a peaty-coloured pool of water, discharging by a little stream which ran into the sea south of Fox Hall , 2 a mansion of the Tyldesleys of Myerscough erected about 1660 3 and still standing in part. 4

    Parishes Burrough Green

    held c . 800 a. including the Hall farm, and Wick , White Hart , and Owls Hall (later Fox Hall ) farms. The other large landowner was James Barker , rector of Westley , who owned Westley Lodge and

    Townships Layton with Warbreck

    Lytham . It has since remained in this family. 32 Manorial rights remaining, if any, are of no value. FOX HALL has been mentioned in the account of Blackpool above given. In Little Layton the Botelers of Marton had an

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    278, with their mansard roofs, has lost its 18th-century appearance. Large houses which survived until the 20th century included Fox Hall , north of the Rectory, Lee House , used as a school in the 19th century under the name

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a boneddigion yrardal: hi. Cymerwyd y gadair gan y boneddwr haelioare E. M. i i lichards, Yaw., perchehog y Fox Hall Collieries Company. Ae ar ddiwedd y cyfarfod, rhoddodd oheque a am swm pur dda a arian, a diolchodd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; D. C. Edwards, M.A., Bala; J. Gwynoro Davies, Llanuwohllyn; Mri. Charles Hughes, Wrecsam; Samuel Dew, Bingor; John Roberts, Fox Hall ; Owen Williams, Bodffari; Richard Jones, Robert Roberts, Evan Jones, a D. Morgan, Bala, a lliaws o toneddigion, ynghyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EifionDydd.-Mr. Robert Rowlands, Pwllheli. Arfon.-Proffeswr Henry Jones. Bangor. Dyffryn Conwy.-Mr. Robert Hughes 'Glan Collen,) Llaurwat. Dyffryn Clwyd.-Mr. John Roberts, Fox Hall. Fffint.-Parch. John Pugh, B.A , Treffynbn. Dwyrain Meirionydd.-Mr. Evan Jones, Bala. Gorllewin Meirionydd.-Parch. T. J. Wheldon, B.A., Blaenau Ffestiniog. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Roberts, Coedymynydd (er mai yn y Ddol yr oeddynt yn aelodau). Un o'r brodyr -yn ydyw Mr. Roberts, Fox Hall, yn Dinbych; a'r Ball ydyw Mr. Peter Roberts, Llanelwy, dais o'n blaenoriaid mwyaf blaenllaw. Y mae nifer eto o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes,.Dyserth. Diolehwyd i Mr. Wil- 1 Iams am ei lafur a i ffyddlondeb gyda hyn. Ail ddewiswyd Mr. Roberts, Fox Hall, yo aelod o jbyfl- I gor Athrofa y Bala. DewiwyId y Parch. Fiai cis i Jones yn aelod ycbwanegol Subscribers-only content

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