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    Townships Little, Middle and Over Hulton

    1,316 acres, 1 and measures about 2 miles from north to south, by a mile and a half across. Hulton Park occupies much of the southern part of the area. The ground slopes from about 500 ft. in the north Victoria County History

    Salford hundred The parish of Deane PARISH of DEANE

    of Peter Brooke , Esqre. of Mere Hall , Cheshire , and Relict of William Hulton , Esqre. of Hulton Park , who Died 24th June 1800 '; a credence paten of 1846, given by the parish in that year; Victoria County History

    Townships Droylsden

    the Clowes and Birch families. Another Hall family also ended in an heiress, Anne wife of William Hulton of Hulton Park ; she died in 1802 . The list of ratepayers in 1655 is given ibid. 49. George Blomeley held Victoria County History

    Townships Farnworth

    Feet of F. bdle. 321, m. 3. In 1787 it was recorded that ' William Hulton , esquire, of Hulton Park , claims the lordship of the waste of this township; hath frequently exercised the right of driving the commoners Victoria County History

    SPENCER, John Charles, Visct. Althorp (1782-1845), of Wiseton Hall, nr. East Retford, Notts.

    11 to 26 Nov. Althorp was involved in a correspondence, which was later made public, with William Hulton of Hulton Park, chairman of the Lancashire bench at the time of Peterloo, who now resigned in response to Althorp"s remarks supposedly History of Parliament

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