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You searched for: Place: "Park Foot"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Lowther

    of William Smith, rector, and Christopher Holme, churchwarden, of Lowther parish, to Quarter Sessions, that John Wilkinson of the Park Foot had not been to church for the four Sundays last past. They desire that the Statute in that behalf

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    09226 lag anmeians Sooflia42 sldongoin ilowgotear Faily. 730 DilyetcON6 [EA DYWASTON-tontRpcoinmendt4a; welinf at. Lodmianton lgood garde.Mderate.Ades teroia-67,Hgo Roada lllosiogam.p Park Foot. e172 BAISTLEY (-,Hgiil RaiSpro Apartments,.ofral orlhd o o slV~itting reo erarooomfrYonetlem-5diini ewotRow. e194 15~0UUL. Voar Zebn ooan b.To Let, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BELFAST: TU3ESDAY, APRIL 19, 1892. _ _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (ESTA&BLISHED ANNO 1737.) tBttfht Outa f"itta Mr. H. M. Stanley arrived at London yester- day after a long stay in Australia. A labourer named James Doyle, aged abont fif ty years,. committed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 28th inst., at Oakbank Head, Miss Lettice Downham, aged 59 years. Ingleton- On the 20th inst., at Park Foot, Mary, daughter of Mr Thomas Burns, aged 4 months. Ingleton- On the 33rd inst., at Batty Green, Joseph Shone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    apply to Mr. T. Walker, No. 1, Thurnham-street, Lancaster. [7 i TO BE LET BY TENDER.- The SHOOTING over Park Foot and Wilson Wood Farms and ' other Land, in the Township of Ingletcn, altogether over 260 acres.- Tenders to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present. - Cruelty to a Horse. - James Grime, of Austwick, carrier, was charged by Mr. Robert Preston, of Park Foot, near Ingleton, with cruelty to his horse. Fined 3s. and casts.- Assault. - Thomas Foster, of Ingleton, tailor, charged Subscribers-only content

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