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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Out Rawcliffe

    Townships Out RawcliffeOUT RAWCLIFFE Rodeclif, Dom. Bk.; Routecliue, 1206; Routheclif, 1212. Middelrotheclyue, 1273; Mideste Routheclif, 1309. Outroutheclif, 1328. The surface is undulating, much of it very low, but rising both in the south-east and in the west to 50

    The parish of St Michael-on-Wyre STMICHAEL'S ON WYRE.

    MICHAEL-ON-WYRE Upper Rawcliffe with Tarnacre; Out Rawcliffe ; Great Eccleston ; Inskip with Sowerby ; Elswick ; Woodplumpton The church from which the parish takes its name lies in the township of Upper Rawcliffe , on the south bank of

    Townships Weeton -with-Preese

    of 1522 17 shows that Weeton was then the head of a lordship comprising also Treales , Wesham , Out Rawcliffe , Little Marton , Greenhalgh , Plumpton and other lands. A court had been held during the year. To

    Townships Greenhalgh-with-Thistleton

    called to warrant } De Banco R. 153, m. 157, 164. See a later note; also the account of Out Rawcliffe . Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. iii, no. 45; the lands were said to be in Thistleton . Ibid,

    Townships Great Eccleston

    Conc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 163-4. Alice was daughter of William de Carleton ; see Out Rawcliffe . Henry de Kighley and Ellen in 1296 purchased the third part of an oxgang of land in Great

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOTELER, Nicholas (c.1384-c.1455), of Rawcliffe, Lancs.

    1440, July 1446. Biography The branch of the prolific Boteler family which acquired the two manors of Middle and Out Rawcliffe in 1266 produced a number of prominent local figures, among whom was Sir John Boteler, sometime sheriff and escheator

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    payment in I **!•*) . has just been declared. A Good Exam pie. - Mr. Richard Rawcliffe, farmer, of Out Rawcliffe, having lost ihe whole of his cuttle by the prevailing epidemic, his landlord. T. Butler Cole, Ksq., of Kirkland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made. rhe Court tben agreed to re-appoint tbe following gen- Amounderneas, Mr. R. Walmsley, Preston, and Mr. • Lewtas, Out Rawcliffe. Blackburn, Mr. Thomas Holgate, Burnley, -{and Mr. bnstopher Hindle, Lower Darwen. isla„d'_MTr- *-**--*-*-* Ellam, Standish, and Mr. Dbert Park, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house at Newton-in-Macker field, in tiie parish of Win- wick ; and for a chapel, burial-ground, and glebe-house, at Out Rawcliffe, in the paiish of St. Michael-upon- Wyre. The Lancaster Municipal Election.- The Municipal elections for this borough took place Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an order in council, Out Rawcliffe, which lately formed part of tbe ancient and extensive parish of St. Michael's-on-Wyre, has been constituted a separate parish. The scheme pro rides that the inhabitants of Out Rawcliffe shall be liable to all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    names follow : - Messrs. H. B. Jones (foreman), R. Soils, and G. Sharpies, of Preston ; W. Bluudell, Out Rawcliffe ; J. Hornby, and W. Parkinson, Upper Rawcliffr ; R. Beesley and W. Bils- Itorougb, Treales ; A Porter Subscribers-only content

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