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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


    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

    Townships Sharples

    of Much Hoole for £6,250; Bolton Hist. Gleanings ii, 128, 187-9 (from Piccope MSS. xiv, 43-4). There is a pedigree in H. T. Crofton 's Newton (Chet. Soc), ii, 224.. See further in the account of Much Hoole . Harl.

    The parish of Croston

    , now containing five townships and an area of 10,740 acres, 1 was formerly much more extensive. Much Hoole , with two townships, was separated in 1642 , the detached township of Chorley , 4 or 5 miles to the

    Townships Cuerden

    Cuerden to his son William, and the latter granted it to John son of Richard son of Ralph of Much Hoole and Robert son of Finian of the same; Kuerden MSS. iv, K 5. Roger de Kuerden son of Henry

    Townships Abram

    173, 175. Leyland , Hindley , 65. The will of Thomas Crook already quoted mentions estates at Bretherton , Much Hoole , Mawdesley , Walton le Dale , Billinge , Euxton , Ulnes Walton , Leyland , Farington , Alston

    Townships Halliwell

    1433 ) the feoffees delivered to Ralph son of Sir Ralph Radcliffe the manor of Smithills, and lands in Much Hoole , Croston , Leyland , Ulnes Walton , Edgeworth , Bradshaw , Turton, Halliwell , Egburden, Sharples , Harwood

    Townships Croston

    and others should hold to an agreement respecting 100 s . rent in Croston , Chorley , Tarleton and Much Hoole (?); Curia Regis R. 162, m. 20 d. a William de la Mare was probably the son of John

    Townships Bretherton

    809 persons. A road from Rufford crosses the old and new Douglas near Bank Hall and goes through to Much Hoole and Preston . At Carr House on the north it is joined by the road from Croston , which

    Blackburn hundred Mitton

    Shireburne appears; ibid. Kuerden MSS. ii, fol. 260. Ibid. Ibid, iii, A3, no. 69. Sir Robert gave lands in Much Hoole and Formby to his son John in 1338 , and in 1345 Sir John de Shireburne made a grant

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