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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burtonwood

    lay within the township of Burtonwood and formed part of the superior manor, but some lands in Warrington and Great Sankey seem to have been included in the park and demesne of Bewsey . 29 Upon the dispersal of the

    Townships Warrington

    1 December, 1602 , holding the tenth part of a knight's fee in Little Sankey , Warrington , and Great Sankey ; Thomas, his son and heir, was under sixteen years of age. 57 Nothing further seems to be known

    The parish of Prescot Introduction, church and charities

    WINDLE CUERDLEY PRESCOT PARR DITTON SUTTON RAINFORD BOLD ECCLESTON II-WIDNES GREAT SANKEY RAINHILL CRONTON PENKETH The ancient parish of Prescot was very extensive, comprising fifteen townships and having a total area of 37,221 acres. From early times, however, the southern

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    red sandstone or trias, and mainly of the upper mottled sandstone of the bunter series of that formation. In Great Sankey and Burtonwood the pebble beds of the same series occur, and in Rixton -withGlazebrook the keuper series, owing to

    Townships Poulton with Fearnhead

    67 In 1586 Roger Bruche and Sir John Southworth agreed to abide by the award of Randle Rixton of Great Sankey touching the division and 'mearing out' or bounding of the waste grounds and common called Bruche Heath in Poulton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOTELER, Sir William (d.1415), of Warrington, Lancs.

    title. All of these reached the Lancaster assizes in August 1401, although only one, concerning holdings in Burtonwood and Great Sankey, was determined in his favour. Indeed, he twice protested about the tactics of his kinsman, Sir Gilbert Haydock, whose

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lower Broughton, to ANNE, youngeet daughter or EDwARD T. DIoNE,48o0N Elsq., solicitor, Monchester. Same day, at St. Mary's church, Great Sankey, by the Rev. J. Simpson, WM. AYLOR, E1.sq, C.E., of the Madras Presidenoy, second son of the late George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foci of NewbsGagD1hnS -is accd Black Hall, Noc-ihumborianel. ., wo rngDrcm Si ,tet te t inst., at St. Mary's, Great Sankey, by the Rev. J. S Sia- son J. H. ToNeacs, Faq., solicitor, Mold, to JAN5, daughter of EJ of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Atgnstine d chutel1. Evertim,, Liverpool, by the RBv.J. 1.. Conor, Alfred. sons of Seeno, I Broadhurst, Esq., of Great Sankey, to Miss Ant!ia Mfakwell, os Warrington. Bsntycsrr-Bt1Xn;LEY.-Dec. l0tlh, at St. Jattes's chlnrchn, Manchester. rttunro. Losdon, Alfonso Iruntett, Esq.. ci-il Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cross, charged with having, on the let of September, wantonly and indecently assaulted Mary Skelhorne. wife of Thomas Skelhorne, Great Sankey, whilst travelling, in a carriage belonging to the London and North-Western Rail- way company, on the Warrington and Garston Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that, on the previous iomrning, Mr. Samuel Gleave, farmer, of Great Sankey, mear Warrington, was killed by a gun-shot wound in the back. The eircumetances under whiohthe orime was corn- znitted have not yet been traced. No witnesses of it Subscribers-only content

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