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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Heath Charnock

    Townships Heath CharnockHEATH CHARNOCK Charnock, 1271; Cernok, Heath Charnock , Hest Chernnoke, Est Chernoke, 1278; Chernocke Gogard, 1284; Hechernok, Heghchernok, Hethevchernoc, Hethchernok, Gogardeschernok, 1292; Hethchernock, 1292 and usual. This township is traversed by the River Yarrow , and its

    Townships Rivington

    Heath Charnock , & c.; but as in previous cases only a small part of his estate appears in the inquisition. In 1521 he enfeoffed Thurstan Tyldesley and others of his manor of Rivington and lands in Heath Charnock ,

    The parish of Standish STANDISH PARISH

    Shevington ; Welch Whittle ; Charnock Richard ; Duxbury; Heath Charnock ; Adlington ; Anderton ; Worthington ; Coppull ; The parish of Standish has an area of 15, 3771/2 acres, and its population in 1901 numbered 18,496. It is

    Townships Adlington

    no. 6. See further in the account of Heath Charnock . Reginald Allanson , who died in 1598 holding a messuage, & c., in Adlington , is noticed in Heath Charnock . The residence, however, seems to have been in

    Townships Bradford

    heir of Thomas; ibid. bdle. 108, no. 14. In 1632 Bradford was joined in a settlement with Astley , Heath Charnock , and Charnock Richard , the deforciants in the fine being Thomas Charnock , Bridget his wife, Robert Charnock

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    heath, and 10 s . of rent in Lyverpole, Great Walton, West Derby, Everton, Coppull, Goulburn, Heyth Charnoke [ Heath Charnock ] , and Kirkedale. The deforciants acknowledged that the said tenements, which Edmund Crosse, William Dowce, and Joan Crosse,

    Cases before the Committee, June 1649, 01 June 1649-30 June 1649

    213 582 18 June 1649. Fine 10 l . 13 s . 4 d . 6 108 Rich. Croston, Heath Charnock, Co. Lancaster. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 215 366 R. 215 363 12 June 1649. Compounds for delinquency Subscribers-only content

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    . of wood, and 60 a . of .... in Standisshe, Revyngton [ Rivington ] , and Hethchernoke [ Heath Charnock ] . John Ruttor acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Richard, for which Richard Lawrence and

    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    . of land, 2 a . of meadow, and 2 a . of wood and underwood in Hethcharnoke [ Heath Charnock ] . Thomas and Mary remitted all right to Thomas Asshaw and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them

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

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    CP.H.2696B

    male; 56; husbandman Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Heath Charnock (Heath Charnocke) : township Participant: Katherine Pape [Pape] Role: witness Details: male; 60; wife of Richard Pape, yeoman Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Heath Charnock (Heath Charnocke) : undefined Participant: Thomas Brear

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H~alf Moon s-reet, tccoill., ictallr-J Rakha. jn. ongacre, coach builder...J. Pesrson, Kinowinfo>rd. Statibrdsbtrt, inaititter-W. BallisgerX Swansea, Glomo~rganshire. baker-S. Tattersall, Heath Charnock, ltaocashire, coal mterchant. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. B- SutherlandJ jun. Danfermline, draper-T. Kerr, Myreside ft Invert-' chan"t, tekiller, former-A, Welch, Bridgend, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, a large number of navvles, employer on the Rlvicgton waterworks. were drinking together at the Broad Oak beerhouse, Heath Charnock, ahout four mlles frem horley. During the afternoon several quarrels occurred, and especially betweentwomen anaedThaddiasa M'Carney and Patrick M'Cabe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in. a Pilai. No. 36, on the Pa,11-il~~.t-,- Puhoea hoNoth ither Side of Dalton Luaul, In tfle Toivushlp of Heath Charnock, being hoer a Dlatanceof about 6 Miles 27 Chains, an hoeil The Draft of the Contracet, with the Plans, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hARM. 5tiOlOot-8s' cunlainaosaac.,ioos5 Lot 17. "Jutsso.-ossa -' rotA-It, in heath tonsarneek, eeoteaosng ditto dos'- tat tO- ??Bobls;rs?t FARM, in Heath Charnock, containing 1 4ds.. Ia. Ils'- last 19 "Fish Bans" FARMJ. wilh part of i"Hoknes RamL" FA\RM, in h<eatZh Chr~at-nck, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. Stock, Mr. Edwin H. Hleyworth, manufacturer, of Otorley, to Elizabeth, only daughter of John Rosbottom, Esq., of Heath Charnock, near Chorley. Honvzlara-RThsutsoN.--Scpt. 4th, at Oxford-place chapel, Lee(s, by the Rev. G. Mather, John, second son of Mr. Horsman, Subscribers-only content

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