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    in the Young Pretender's army in 1745 , sold Morleys . 35 Tyldesley . Argent three molehills vert . MYERSCOUGH LODGE was pulled down in 1888 . It had long been used as a farm-house, an d was described in Victoria County History

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    wealthy Quaker named Lawson. They were Albert Hodshon of Leighton , John Dalton of Thurnham , John Tyldesley of Myerscough Lodge , Henry Butler of Rawcliffe and Thomas Walton of Cartmel . Patten, Hist . Lanc. Ch . (Chet. Soc.), Victoria County History

    General Index, L, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    Lodemanage (Loadmanage), Court of Lodge , Timothy, councilman of Norwich Loe , Alexander, councilman of Boston Lodge . See Myerscough Lodge, co. Lancaster Loftus , Adam, first Viscount Lisburne grant to Lucy, Viscountess Lisburne, to have access to prisoner Loggan Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    issuel from the Chronicle OWice, Preston. It is "The Tyldealey Diary: being the Personal Records of Thomas Tyldesley, bf Myerscough Lodge, near Garstang, and of 1oxhAll, Blcaopool." This work gives, it is said, much informa. Uion on the habits and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Society's Publications (Price 12s. v. rty post, MMj «HE TSSaESLEY DMT; Being the PenmosJ Records of Thomas Tvlotsley, of Myerscough Lodge, near Garstang, and of Foxhall, Blackpool (grandson of Sir Thomas Tyldesley, ibe famous iloyaHst). during the yearn 1712-13-14, with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Sharpies, Sharpies Hall, farmer ; Great Ecnle- ston, *W. M. Bell, tailor, Greai Eecleston ; Myers. cough, R. Rawcliffe, Myerscough Lodge. BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday at the King's Arms Hotel. Present: -Messrs. W. Benson Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    with the order of the Local Government Board, and that no other person being nominated, Mr. Richard Rawcliffe, farmer, Myerscough Lodge, has been elected. The Late Feveb at thb Workhouse.- The Chair- man read the following letter from the Local Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    crops, the potito crop especially, ia afmo.-t inralc-' The srieatest amount of daaiai<e we have hea: : on the Myerscough Lodge Farm, of which* nine.tenths has been under water, and besides W. age done to the corn and potato crops Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the potato crop especially, is almoot incalculable. The greatest amouut of damage we have heard oi :s on the Myerscough Lodge Farm, of whicb at Uatt nine tenths has been under water, and besides the dam- age done to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    other for £20 - on or about ! the 28th September last, the property of Richard Rawcliffe, farmer, of Myerscough Lodge. - Chief Constable Webb said the prisoner was charged with steiling from the dwelling-house of her employer, Richard Raweliffe, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    reported that he and Mr Stuart, and the Surveyor, bad met at that portion of the road near i Myerscough Lodge, which had beeu proposed to be raised by Mr Nevatt. It would be necessary to cut down a willow Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr Armitstead re- marked on the daugerous state of a part of L.d__- lane leading from Myerscough Mill to Myerscough Lodge for a distance of about 600 yards. He .u*- gested that if the road was tilad at each aide Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at Lancaster Market Cross, and the night was spent at Ashton HaU. The next night the Cavaliers passed at Myerscough Lodge, the home of the gallant Tyldesley, and the following day the I march was continued to the South. Lord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    0 COAOB OB CARRIAGE. Mr. Wilkinson's Longwaist (Scotforth) 1 Messrs. Fort and Cockshott (Skipton) 0 Mr. Ibinsons Sir Hercules (Myerscough Lodge)... 0 Mr. Lawsons Ruler (Tunstal),. „ 0 t Tne _ Jud g* B .werer-Mr. Richard Hinde, Lancaster, Mr. John Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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