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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.

    Townships Burscough

    in the township were registered by William Bradshaw , Richard Cropper , George Culcheth , and Edward Tristram of Ince Blundell , as 'Papists.' 17 Burscough Priory Church: Northern Piers of the Crossing John Houghton in 1733 left £10 for

    Townships Little Crosby

    rent of 4 d ., and lands in Great Crosby (by a rent of 10 s .), Ditton , Ince Blundell , Bold , Hindley , Liverpool , Orrell , and Warrington . Little s eems to be known of

    Townships Halsall

    cause was decided in favour of the Blundells ' claim in 1719 , and it has since descended with Ince Blundell . 83 Renacres gave its name to one or more families in the neighbourhood. 84 SNAPE , as may

    Townships Thornton

    customary rent the normal 8 s . 3 After the Conquest it was divided, two plough-lands being annexed, with Ince Blundell , to the barony of Warrington and the third to the Sefton fee. 4 Subsequently Pain de Vilers, lord

    Townships Great Crosby

    to make no alienation. Feoffments by Richard Johnson of Little Crosby in 1447 -8 mention lands there and in Ince Blundell ; part he held in right of his wife Emma, then deceased, daughter of Thomas Wilson of Ince ;

    Townships Bedford

    about 1717, his widow then surviving at Hopecarr. Their son William married Jane daughter of Edmun d Tristram of Ince Blundell , yeoman, by whom he had issue Richard and Gilbert, both of Liverpool , who sold the estate in

    Townships Birtle-with-Bamford

    pt. 6. During the following year he obtained Stidd, which had also belonged to the Hospitallers; Alt Grange in Ince Blundell , Cronton , and Staining , the property of Whalley ; Cunscough in Melling , Forton , Ellel ,

    Townships Lostock

    vii, 10. Lydiate Hall , 64. Details of the descent will be found in the accounts of Lydiate and Ince Blundell . During the life of Sir Francis Anderton , who died in 1760 , the Lostock estates remained in

    The parish and township of Aughton Manors

    the townfields of Litherland , lying between Mahount field and 'Crawachay,' which divides Litherland from Halsall ; Charter at Ince Blundell . Dods . MSS. cxxxi, fol. 34. Richard 's name is among those returned by the sheriff at this

    Townships Litherland

    quarter of the manor; Croxteth D. G. i, 5, 6. Also in 1335 Philip de Molyneux conveyed land in Ince Blundell to Richard, formerly judge of Down Litherland , and Margery his wife; Blundell of Crosby D. K. 131. Peter

    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    title is recognized in one of the Cockersand Charters; Chartul . ii, 547. Ibid. The original deed is at Ince Blundell ; Trans. Hist. Soc . xxxii, 191. About the same time Edward son of Robert de Bickerstath granted a

    Townships Eccleston

    of faith and property. 28 Henry Eccleston , on coming of age, married Eleanor, daughter of Robert Blundell of Ince Blundell . Their son and heir Thomas, educated at St. Omer's and at Rome , when only a few years

    Townships Ince

    Ince , called Ince in Makerfield to distinguish it from Ince Blundell in the same hundred, lies immediately to the east of Wigan , of which it is a suburb, and from which it is separated by a small brook,

    Townships Euxton

    William and Francis (both dead), and daughters, Elizabeth (dead), Mary, and Margaret (to be married to Robert Blundell of Ince Blundell ); Piccope MSS. (Chet. Lib.), iii, 280, from R. 26 of Geo. II at Preston . The original is

    Townships West Derby

    iv. There was a similar surrender in 1775 ; ibid. An account of this family will be found under Ince Blundell and Huyton . The pedigree recorded in 1664 describes them 'of New Hall ;' Dugdale, Visit . (Chet. Soc.),

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