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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck

    of 1292 it would appear that Little Eccleston had been granted out afresh to the Bickerstaths. Adam son of Ellis de Eccleston claimed three messuages and 31/8 oxgangs of land in Little Eccleston against Ralph son of Adam de Bickerstath,

    Townships Elswick

    to Inskip , north to Great Eccleston , west to Thistleton and Singleton , with a branch north to Little Eccleston , and south to Roseacre and Wharles . The soil is clayey; wheat, oats, barley and beans are grown.

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    name appears in the version printed in Gregson's Fragments (ed. Harland ), 341. The lordship extended over Great and Little Eccleston , Great Carleton , Upper Rawcliffe , Catterall , Sowerby and Rowall. Lancs . Inq. and Extents , ii,

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    ; Freckleton ; Warton ; Westby -With-Plumptons; Weeton -With-Preese; Treales , Roseacre And Wharles ; Greenhalgh -With- Thistleton ; Little Eccleston -With- Larbreck ; Singleton ; Hambleton ; Goosnargh ; Whittingham ; In addition to the township which affords a

    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    20 In 1331 he settled upon his wife Joan and his son Ralph six messuages and six oxgangs in Little Eccleston in Amounderness, then in the possession of Henry de Bickerstath 21 ; and arranged the succession of two-thirds of

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    of rent in Bicurstath, Ormeskirke, Aghton, Lydyatt, Raynford, Byllyng, Sutton, Whyston, Dalton, Wryghtyngton, Haskon [ Heskin ] , and Little Eccleston in Amoundernes. Peter and Elizabeth remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Alexander, for which

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Appendix

    eligible as free scholars who have been born in any of the several townships of Kirkham, Greenalgh with Thistleton, Little Eccleston with Larbreck, Ribby with Wray Hambleton, Bryning with Kellemergh, Great and Little Singleton, Westby with Plumpton, Warton, Freckleton, Newton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlr. Ches- ter, Stisple-irn. W. Hartley, Pailden, Yorkslliie, worsted-manufacturer. At- torney, Mr. Evans, Haotr --garden. G. and J. Beniett, Little Eccleston, Lancasbire, tanners. At- torney, Mr. Blakelock, Serjeant's-inn. B. Boardmain, Norwich, hatter. Attorney, Mr. Gelderd, Gray's InIn1-square. T.I aWeett,sindley, York, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stahnine-with-Stainall. Hambleton. Winmarleigh. Holietfa. I Wyersdale Nether. DISTRICT TO POLL AT POULTON. In Amounderness Hundred. Bispham-with-Norbreck. Layton-witb-Waibreck. Carleton. Marton. Little Eccleston with Lar- Poulton. Week. Great and Little Singleton. Elswick. Thornton. Hardhorn-with-Newton. DISTRICT TO POLL AT KIRKHAM. In Amounderness Hundred. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ctmrtt*. Yesterday week, at the Dioceisn Registry Office, tbe Rev. R. M. Evanson, M.A., was liceused to tbe stipendiary curacy of Christ Church, Acciington, and the Rev. G. J. Bicope, M.A., to tbe stipendiary curacy of Brindle, uear Blackburn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or haMn t produced « foal in lsi. . _f. Ditto, for the road or field, i.5.- T. Atkinson, Little Eccleston. To the owner of the best two-year-old colt or filly for agncnlturul purposes, __:i - Alexander Begbie, Lytham. Ditto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ±'2 Mr. Hugh Fowler ; second beat ditto, £1, Mr. Dagger. Beat coach or carriage horse, £2, T. Atkinson, Little Eccleston; second bast ditto, £l,Mr. Kawe, Eatou, near Lancaster. Best horse for aaawnkural purposes, £2, Mr. Forshaw, Goosnargh ; second Subscribers-only content

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