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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lunt

    has an area of 477 acres, 2 and the population in 1901 was 80. The road from Sefton to Ince Blundell passes through it. St. Helen's well, close to Sefton church, is a wishing well; a pin had to be

    Townships Ince Blundell

    Townships Ince BlundellINCE BLUNDELL Hinne, Dom. Bk.; Ines, 1212-the common spelling to 1350; Hynis, 1242; Ince , 1360. Ince Blundell embraces a considerable area of flat, fen country laid out in pastures and cultivated fields, where corn, root crops,

    Townships Birkdale

    mother and guardian, a final decision was given in favour of the defendant. The manor has since descended with Ince Blundell , and the lord of the manor, Mr. Charles Joseph WeldBlundell, owns the whole township. In 1246 the township

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    (t) 99, (m) 100 Allerton , (t) 128, (m) 129 Altcar , (p) 221, (m) 222 Alt Grange ( Ince Blundell ), 83 Appleton ( Widnes ), 388 Argar Meols ( Birkdale ), 237 Aspinwall ( Scarisbrick ), 274 Astley

    Townships Downholland

    of Barton held by knight's service by the lords of Warrington was by Pain de Vilers granted together with Ince Blundell , and the mesne lordship was long considered to be in the hands of the lords of this place.

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Margaret Cross

    Details Margaret Cross in religion Mary Francis Borgia of the Passion Born 1772 in Ince Blundell Died 1820 23 Jun in New Hall, nr Chelmsford father Mr Richard Tristram mother Helen Gerard

    Mary Cross

    Details Mary Cross in religion Mary Xaveria of the Sacred Hearts Born 1773 in Ince Blundell Died 1804 23 Dec in New Hall, nr Chelmsford father Mr Richard Tristram mother Helen Gerard

    Dorothy Blundell

    Details Dorothy Blundell in religion Dorothy Born in Ince Blundell Died 1713 17 Nov in Brussels father Robert Blundell Esq mother Anne Wall

    Margaret Blundell

    Details Margaret Blundell in religion Placida Maura Born in Ince Blundell Died 1690 20 Sep in Brussels father Robert Blundell Esq mother Anne Wall

    Helen Molyneux

    Details Helen Molyneux in religion Helen Charlotte Born in Ince Blundell Died 1733 18 Feb in Bruges mother Mary Abram father William Molyneux

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    . of turbary in Aspenell [ Asmall, near Ormskirk ] , Scaresbrek, Litherland [ par. Aughton ] , and Ince Blundell. Rowland and Agnes remitted all right to Bartholomew and his heirs, for which Bartholomew gave them 10. m. 123.

    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    Bold, Penkenth [ Penketh ] , Ryxton, Glasebroke, Bedford, Pynyngton [ Pennington ] , Thorneton near Sefton, Halsall, Lydyat, Ince Blundell, Barton [ par. Halsall ] and Tyldysley, and also of the advowson of the church of Weryngton [ Warrington

    Lancashire Fines, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary

    Byrkedale, Aynsdale, Snape, Scaresbrake, Ormeskyrke, Aghton, Burscoo, Westlege, Lyverpole, Mellyng, Scotforth, Barker in Gosenargh, Newton, Kyrkeham, Lancastre, Ellell, Wray, Ince Blundell, Hurleton, Lynekar, Kyrkedale, and Aspynwall; and also of the fourth part of the manor of Lydyat, and of the

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    1550 ] . Between William Morecroft and Thomas Johnson, plaintiffs, and Robert Blundell, gent., deforciant of the manor of Ince Blundell, and of 40 messuages, 300 a . of land, 100 a . of meadow, 300 a . of pasture,

    Cases before the Committee, September 1652, 01 September 1652-30 September 1652

    certify 17 258 Robert Blundell, Preston, and Ince Blundell, Co. Lancaster. 22 Sept. 1652. Vol. G No. or p. 22 Sept. 1652. Begs confirmation of a lease of his estate at Ince Blundell to himself for 7 years, at 137 Subscribers-only content

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

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    Location: Sefton (Lancashire) Place(s): Ince Blundell (Ince Blundill) : undefined Participant: EdwardEdward [Wilbraham-Bootle] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Esquire; joint executor named in the last will and testament of Henry Blondel, deceased, late of Ince Blundell Participant: StephenTempest [Tempest] Role: plaintiff


    (Sephton) : ecclesiastical parish Litherland (Litherland) : township Great Crosby (Great Crosby) : township Sefton (Sephton) : township Ince Blundell(Ince Blundell) : township Aintree (Aintree) : township Lunt (Lunt) : township Netherton (Netherton) : township Orrell (Orrell and Ford)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Court of Chancery to try the validity of the will of the late Mr Charles Robert Blundell, of Ince Blundell, Lancashire. The Attorney-General, Mr Alexander, Mr Crompton, and Mr Watson, were the counsel for the plaintiff (Blundell), and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arabreological Association (since the accounts we leave given elsewhere) have visited Liverpool and its interesting neighbourhood, Speke, Sefton, and Ince Blundell, and yesterday went to Llangollen to examine the ruins of Castel Dinas Bran and the Abbey of Vale Crucls. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months after allotment, making 1 per share, beyond which no Ifurther call is contemplated. DInreCroRS. Thomas Wells Blundell, Fsq.. Ince Blundell hall, Liverpool. Lolsd.~le Bradley REsq., F.G.S., Carzon street, Mayfair. Charles llowley Carter, Esq. 'iufnell park. Ilota. M . Fitz-maurice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be drove through the T Istreets to the place of meeting. The right honj. gentleman, who is staying at Ince Blundell as thel guest of Mr. Charles Weld Bluodell, loft that gentle- mi~ani'sresidenice shortly aftecr two o'clock-,and proceeded' I to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the WVomen's Liberal Association of W~aterloo, and also a bouquet from the school children attending Ince Blundell school, who sang very sweetly before Ince Blundell Hall. They evidently expectediYIr. Gladstone to say something, and the voteran statesman, bare- headed, spoke Subscribers-only content

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