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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Little, Middle and Over Hulton

    in Little Hulton and Middle Hulton. 6 The hearth tax return of 1666 yields the following: In Over Hulton 41 hearths, with only one large house, that of William Hulton , 9 hearths; Middle Hulton, 66; Little Hulton , 102,

    Salford hundred The parish of Deane PARISH of DEANE

    ) DEANE Rumworth; Horwich ; Heaton ; Halliwell ; Westhoughton ; Hulton, Little; Hulton, Middle; Hulton, Over ; Farnworth ; Kearsley This parish, originally the northern half of the parish of Eccles , takes its name from the dean or

    Townships Ribby -with-Wrea

    Thomas son of Robert de Rigby regarding waste in Ribby ; De Banco R. 184, m. 3. As in Little Hulton , Duxbury, Wrightington and Goosnargh . In 1517 inquiry was made, when it was found that the free tenants

    Parishes Hutton Magna or Hutton Longvilliers Nevill of Hornby . Gules a saltire argent with the difference of a molet sable .

    (? Riulf Hoton , xiii cent.; Parva Hoton , xii-xv cent.; Little Hotton or Hewton , xvi cent. ; Little Hulton , Hutton or Hewton , xvii cent.) always belonged to the honour of Richmond , and it is probable

    Townships Worsley

    down to the 15th century, appears to have had a wider meaning than at present, spreading into Farnworth and Little Hulton . 123 It also gave a surname to a local family. 124 Northdene in Worsley -probably 'the Deans '

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 11-20 Henry VIII

    40 a . of moss in Flixton, Tyldesley, Worseley, Hilton [ Middle Hulton ] , Overhilton, and Netherhilton [ Little Hulton ] . Lawrence and Joan remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Roger for ever,

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    of 360 a . of land in Worseley, Tyldysley, Asteley, and Nether Hilton otherwise Le Wiche Eves [ in Little Hulton ] . William remitted all right to Robert and John and to the heirs of Robert, for which Robert

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    moiety of a pound of pepper in Worsley, Tyldesley, Asteley, and Nether Hylton, otherwise "Le Whiche Eves" [ in Little Hulton ] . William and Lora acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Robert Fletwode, for which Robert

    Index of names and places

    138. Hamon, 79. Richard, 45. Lever , Manor of, 129. Lewens , Thomas, 13. Le Wiche Eves , in Little Hulton, 93, 94. Ley , Edmund, 155. Emota, w. of Edmund, 155. George, 13. Margery, w. of George, 13. Robert,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitfield, Bridgewater, Somer- setshire, grocer-June 12, H. Mitchell, Nottingham, fellmonger- Juoe 12, H. Grove, Birmingham, grocer-June 5, P. Seddon, Little Hulton, Lancashire, coal dealer. CERTIFICATES to be granted by the Court of Review, unless cause be shown to the contrary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guilty. Both prisoners were sentenced to eighteen months' lard labour. . Yeterday morning a young farmer named Guest, of Little Hulton, near Bolton, died from being goted by at a bull. Deceased had returned from a parade with the !> Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were Pei vided for their education. confir A Liberal demonstration was held in the happE grounds of Peel Hall, Little Hulton, near Boltomi, on Saturday, at which 20,000 persons were esti- perfoi ix mated to be present. Resolutions were adopted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the month of June, 1861, the prisoner obtained a situation with Mr. Matthew Bennett, coal proprietor, Moorside House, Little Hulton, as a general farm servant, to look after a garden &ce, and had also acted as Mr. Bennett's personal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the pits belonging to Messrs. Thomas Wright and Son, Hanging Bank Collierles, Little Hulton, about four miles fion Bolton. There are about 150 men employed in this mine, and the men went down to their work as usual at Subscribers-only content

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