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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Mitton , Henthorn and Coldcoats

    Calder at the southern boundary. On the other side of the Ribble, in Yorkshire , is Mitton proper, or Great Mitton . Coldcoats is a detached portion of the township lying to the east on the slopes of Pendle. The

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    Bailey and Chaigley and part of the forest or chase of Bowland belonging ecclesiastically to the Yorkshire parish of Great Mitton were annexed to this hundred. Several small parts, such as Clitheroe Castle , were considered to be extraparochial. 1

    Townships Mearley

    no. 9. Farrer, Lancs . Pipe R . 385. The grant included Twiston , 2 oxgangs in Clitheroe , Great Mitton , Aighton, and other lands to be held by the service due for the moiety of a knight's fee.

    Blackburn hundred Mitton

    onward formed part of the great fee or honor of Clitheroe . 21 Robert immediately bestowed Aighton, together with Great Mitton and other manors, upon Ralph le Rous, who was to hold them by the service of half a knight's

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.1804

    Participant: Helen Wood [Wodd] Role: witness Details: female; 20 Employment: servant to Elizabeth Spencer, widow Location: Mitton (Lancashire) Place(s): Great Mitton (Mitton Maiori) : undefined Mitton (Mitton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edith Parker [Parker] Role: witness Details: female; 32/33; wife

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 1 March 1698, 01 March 1698-01 March 1698

    the Bill be read a Second time upon this Day Sevennight. Salmon Preservation. A Petition of the Inhabitants of Great Mitton in the County of York , and of Aighton, Baley , and Chaigeley , in the Parish of Mitton

    Index, B

    See Barrington. Barynton , Nicholas, esq., of Hatfield Broad Oak, 16 (i). Base. See Baas. Bashall , Bakshalf [in Great Mitton ] , Yorks, 658 (iii). Basildon , Bastelden, Bastyldene, Berks, 354. -, manor, 937. Basing , Basyng [Hants ] Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Sherburne Chapel in Mitton Church, 1801

    The Sherburne Chapel in Mitton Church Interior of a church with two effigies in a chapel under a coffered roof, seen behind a wooden screen running between pointed arches, with two open books on a small table in front

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Castle; Clitheroe Preesall into, Castle psrish. otherwise Castle parish, otherwise the Castle acre-wit at Parels of Clitlheroe, Mlitten. otherwise Great Mitton. Litthe poing, T the stton, otherwise Little Mdittou, Ifeniherne and Coalcoutes, Wh~ieatle teotherwise Little ihittont, Ilenthorne, and Cuoldeotes otherwise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 11 Easington 23 Paythorno Chaigley 12 Leagram, 24 Rimmington 2 Bashall Eaves 13 Little Bowland 25 Sawley 0 Great Mitton 14 Newton 26 Chatburn 0 4 L ittoeMitn 35 Slaidnurn 27 Dowuhain 0 Pendleton 16 Thernisy with H8 Geindlletonl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no neir thereto ss possiblo:- I Aighton, Bailey, and Chaigiey 18 (isoburc 2 Balhail Eaves 19 Giaburn Foreet 3 Great Mitton 20 Horton 4 Little Mitton 21 Middop 5 Pendleton 29 Newssholme o Whalley 23 Paythorne 7 Wisvweli 24 Rimnntngton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coldoosts, halloy Itowesbipi Wisis'sll, Pendleton, Standen and Standen Hey, all in the cosiety ci Lancaster, and Mitten, other. wise Great Mitton, in the West Riding of the county of York, or scum of them. 2. A Railway INo. 21 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Ribble, and, making a turn eastwards near Sandal Holme, has become a tributary of the latter river at Great Mitton, three miles squth of Clitheroe. After dinner at the Swan Hotel, the general meet- ing was held, under the Subscribers-only content

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