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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lower Darwen

    Townships Lower DarwenLOWER DARWEN Derewent, 1227, xiii-xiv cent.; Netherderwent, 1335; Netherderwend, 1332, 1339; Netherderwynd, xv-xvi cent.; Nether Derwyn, Darwine, xvi-xvii cent.; Lower Darwen , xix cent. This like the adjoining township of Over Darwen takes its name from the

    Townships Tockholes

    that corporation. The subsoil consists of the Millstone Grit, and on Winter Hill between the village of Tockholes and Lower Darwen of the Coal Measures; the soil varies from clay to peat an d sand. The lower-lying land consists of

    Townships Livesey

    with Tockholes was rated as one township for fiscal and administrative purposes. The township lies to the west of Lower Darwen , the boundary passing over Bank o' th' Hey, at an elevation exceeding 750 ft. above the ordnance datum,

    Townships Over Darwen

    to an area of 5,136 acres, the municipal borough to 5,959 acres by the incorporation of that part of Lower Darwen not included in the municipal borough of Blackburn and part of Eccleshill . 4 The population of the borough

    Townships Little Harwood

    Farrer . In 1758 Lady Stourton appointed John Clayton her gamekeeper of the manors of Rishton , Billington and Lower Darwen ; Clayton D. Raines in Notitia Cestr . (Chet. Soc.) ii, 279. Abram , Hist. of Blackburn , says

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Falk, and J. A. Griffin, Liverpool, merchants-October 7, J. Abbott, Blackburn, Lancashire, cotton muanuafacturer-October 4, W. Elallitvell. Manchester and Lower Darwen, cotton maunfac- turer, and Blackburn, Larcashire, sizer-_September 2S, E ilevan and M. Yates, Bristol, merchants-September 30, T. Little, Wakefield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Brook, and W. Robinson, Lockerby, Dumfriesshire-W. Hall and C. Black, Chesterfield, Derbyshire-C. Hawortb, G. Coyle, and H. Deighton, Lower Darwen, Lancashire-V. T. Higgins and J. Hi. Holly, Liverpool-H. ferrocks and J. Shuttleworth, Bradlshaw, Lanca- abire-W. and H. B. Jordan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early in therear. The prospects for the closing months are e generally good. e In the village of Blaekmoor, Lower Darwen, the enly two cotton mills are locked up, and the inhabitants have D nearly all deserted the place. Formerly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROBERTS and J. ROBERTS, Roberttown, manufacturlng chemists. P. HANCOCK, Swinton, innkeeper. J. LAVERY, Manchester, wine and spirit merchant. L. CHARNLEY, Lower Darwen, cloth manufacturer. P. HAWORTH, Bradford, near Manchester, manufacturing chemist, W. BROWNS, Manchester, grocer. I t I i I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH.-A most horrible and appalling accident happened on Thursday, at the paper works of Messrs. Potter and Co., Hollins, Lower Darwen, near Blackburn, by which a young woman of the name of Hannah Thompson, aged twenty, was instantly deprived of Subscribers-only content


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