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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Much Hoole

    Townships Much HooleMUCH HOOLE Hole, 1212 and usually; Holes, 1223; Hoole , 1320; Grett Wholle, 1551. The township of Much Hoole has an area of 1,776 acres, 1 and the population numbered 624 in 1901 . The Douglas or

    The parish of Hoole

    Hoole HOOLE Much Hoole; Little Hoole This parish was separated from Croston in 1641 . 1 It has an area of 2, 9991/2 acres, 2 and the population in 1901 was 1,125. The agricultural land is at present occupied as

    Townships Little Hoole

    , 1292. Little Hoole is cut off from its southern partner, Much Hoole , by a small brook running west to the Douglas , which forms the boundary on that side. Another small brook bounds it on the north. The

    Hesketh-with-Becconsall

    the clear annual value being £10. He had lands also in Lydiate , Aughton , Aspinwall in Scarisbrick and Much Hoole . His heir was his son Henry, nineteen years of age. 11 Henry left a daughter, Dorothy, whereupon the

    Townships North Meols

    1516 Hugh made a feoffment of all his manors and lands in North Meols , Barton , Thistleton , Much Hoole , and Whiston , for the benefit of Thomas Hesketh during life and then to the grantor and his

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

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    CP.H.3827

    township Location: Lancashire Place(s): Norcross (Norcrosse) : undefined Location: Horseholme (Horseholme) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Croston (Lancashire) Place(s): Much Hoole (Great Hoole) : undefined Location: Penwortham (Lancashire) Place(s): Howick (Howicke) : township Location: Eccleston (Lancashire) Place(s): Eccleston (Eccleston) :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c. brought on by sudden and excessive fright. A verdict was then Le returnred accordingly.-An inquest was held at Much Hoole, a 1, village seven miles from Preston, on Monday, on the body of Martha s- Spencer, a girl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the first-prize taker, " Oxford Bertha 2nd,'" bred by Mr. J. J. Sharp, and shown by Mr. J. Harrison, Much Hoole, .Preston. Mr. J. J. Sharp sold his home-bred " OxfordI .Creamh," a big heifer, which carried off the second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hamlets, be or Places, of Wigan, Slheffington, Standish, Wrightt. intjon, Parbol(d, Newvborough, Lathanm, Rufford, pee SIDI Tarlton, Brethserton, and Much Hoole, in Ge the several Parishes of Wigan, Leyland,' Standish, lea Ruftlfrld, and Crocton; in tlse said County Palatine of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neigh- bourhood two cows were absolutely twisted round by the electric fluid, but they escaped, however, without injury. At Much Hoole, a colt belonging to Mr. itobert Nelson was kiilred yesterday morning by the lightniug. It was a valuable animal, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James's, Clitheroo, 501. ; Ducie, 501.; St. Philip's, Hulme, soup kitoheu, 251. ; Stamford, 251. ; Fence, 501. ; Much Hoole, 501. Easel Grove, 251. ; Stockport, Teviot Dale, school, 25!. Bury, 1,5001. ; Ashton-under-Lyne, 1,5001.; Lawron, 1001. ; Clitheroe, Subscribers-only content

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