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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Great Lever

    Townships Great LeverGREAT LEVER Leoure, 1278; Leuir, 1282; Leuere, 1292; Leuer, 1301; Leyver, 1560. The isolated township of Great Lever , some 9 miles west of Middleton Church , measures over 2 miles from east to west, and has

    Townships Little and Darcy Lever

    , and that Giles was his son; and that a rent of 25 s . a year was due from Great Lever to the manor of Little Lever -probably for some easement, Darcy Lever being opposite to Great Lever

    Townships Anderton

    into the possession of Adam de Lever of Great Lever in right of his wife Margaret sister of Roger de Cunliffe. 34 It was sold in 1629 , together with Great Lever , to Bishop Bridgeman , 35 whose son

    Townships Whalley

    was created a baronet in 1620 , 21 and made Whalley his principal residence, selling Great Lever in 1629 . Assheton of Great Lever and Whalley , baronet. Argent a mullet sable pierced of the field, a canton . .

    Townships Kearsley

    , by whom she had a son Thomas, 15 whose son Richard sold the inheritance to Ralph Assheton of Great Lever ; 16 her third husband was Edmund Bolton , whose great-grandson, Robert Bolton , was living in 1598 ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ASSHETON, Ralph (c.1500-59), of Great Lever, Middleton, Lancs.

    (c.1500-59), of Great Lever, Middleton, Lancs. Constituency Dates Liverpool Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Commr. in local disputes, Lancs. 1540, 1551, chantries 1550, goods of churches and fraternities ?1552; j.p. by 1550-d.; receiver, duchy of Lancaster, Lancs. and Cheshire 6 Nov.

    ASSHETON (ASHTON), Sir Ralph I, 2nd Bt. (c.1605-80), of Whalley Abbey and Downham, Lancs.

    century, who married the heiress of Great Lever. His father was created a baronet in 1620 and served in the usual county offices, but his later years were unfortunate. He sold Great Lever in 1629, suffered outlawry, apparently in consequence

    LEVER, John.

    Bolton. Thomas and Ralph from Little Lever were noted puritan divines and Marian exiles. Two at least of the Great Lever branch, again brothers Ralph and Thomas, later lived in London: early in James I’s reign Thomas succeeded Ralph as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boreu ddydd Mawrth, digwyddodd ffrwydrad yn ngwaith glo y Lever Edge Boat Company, Great Lever, ger Bolton. Yn ffodas nid oedd ond pedwar o ddynion yn gweithio ar y pryd yn y rhan o'r pwil lIle y digwyddodd y ddamwain. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhan ynddo gan Miss E. Jones, Moss Side; Miss HI- Jones, Farnworth; Mri. B. Roberts, Ardwic. '; Joseph Jones, Great Lever; 'Ihoraas William. s, Daubbill; a Lyb Owen, Lerpwl, ynghyd a'r c6r- Prawf da fod pab un o'r rhai uchod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7, April 4, at three, at the New Exchange-buildings, Man- chester, Attornies, Messrs. Sharpe and Co. Manchester, J. Inglham, Great Lever, Lsncashire, innkeeper, March 9, 10, April 4, at one,' in the New Exchange, Alanchester. At. tdriirj, Mr. Cooke, Salfird. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occ Saturday, anid, owing wi ir to counter attractions in the town, there woo a rather poor I gate. Great Lever won thle toss, and in the first hiaf the lii Uvisitors played with lice wind agalisst tliec. 'The visitors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alto- of -ether represented at the meeting, amongst them being , tise BoIleon Wainderers, Accrington, Preston North End, Biirnley, Great Lever, 1-fathiwell, Manceiste, and District, Astern Villa, Walsall Swvifts, and Siriderland. rd Counisel's opinion Isai been obtained to the effect Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486-1489, 01 January 1486-31 December 1489

    a water mill and all lands and tenements etc. in the hamlets or towns of Smythyll, Halghton, Farneworth, Barton, Great Lever, Midelton and Bryghtemete, a burgage in Boulton, lands in Mancestre, the hamlets of Gorton, Gothereswyke, Harpryshey and Denton, and Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1661, 01 March 1661-31 March 1661

    of the Receipt for discharge of the Baronet fee of 1,095 l . due from Sir Orlando Bridgman, of Great Lever, co. Lancs. Ibid . March 5 Same from same to Martin Foster (granted the place of searcher of Newcastle

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