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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Little, Middle and Over Hulton

    . Their grandson, the present Lord Kenyon , is the owner of Peel Hall . Alice Kenyon , sister of Mary , Lady Kenyon , held Peel Hall till her death in 1836 , when it passed to her nephew,

    Townships Tyldesley with Shakerley

    Park , county Chester , esq. (created a baronet in 1838 ), 107 to the late Jacob Fletcher of Peel Hall , esq., whose only daughter and heir brought it in marriage to Viscount Combermere, father of the present owner,

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    Orrell , 99 Otegrimele (N. Meols ), 230 Parr , (t) 377, (m) 377 Peel ( Pennington ), 430 Peel Hall ( Astley ), 447 Penketh , (t) 410, (m) 411 Pennington , (t) 426, (m) 427 Poulton , (t)

    Townships Preston

    1582 were Richard Banastre of Peel Hall , with sons Thomas, Lawrence and George; Preston Guild R . 20, 32. See also the Maudlands deeds in Piccope MSS. (Chet. Lib.), iii, 330-4. Peel Hall seems to have been near Deepdale

    Skipwith SKIPWITH 1769 NORTH DUFFIELD 1760

    as well as the miller's house; 40 the farms were those known in 1973 as Bridge, Grange , and Peel Hall Farms, the last name deriving from Pithhill close, which adjoined the house in 1769 . Another outlying house, in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITLEY, Thomas (c.1651-96), of Peel Hall, Cheshire

    (c.1651-96), of Peel Hall, Cheshire Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs Mar. 1681 Flint Boroughs 1690 1695 Ofifces Held Receiver of revenue, N. Wales and Chester c.1670–86. Ofifces Held Member, R. Fishery Co. 1677. Ofifces Held Freeman, Chester 1680–4, Aug. 1688–d., Denbigh

    KENYON, George (1666-1728), of Peel Hall, Lancs.

    (1666-1728), of Peel Hall, Lancs. Constituency Dates Wigan 22 Apr. 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Burgess Wigan 1694, recorder 1698–d.; clerk of the peace, Lancs. 1698–d.; vice-chancellor, duchy of Lancaster and steward of Salford Hundred Nov. 1706–15; master forester of the

    KENYON, Roger (c.1627-98), of Parkhead and Peel Hall, Lancs.

    of Parkhead and Peel Hall, Lancs. Constituency Dates Clitheroe 1690 1695 Ofifces Held Clerk of the peace, Lancs. 1663–d.; bailiff, Clitheroe 1671; receiver of duchy of Lancaster, 1680–93, of forfeitures of popish recusants, Lancs. and Cheshire 1680–?d.; burgess, Wigan by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mneanis pro- were Pei vided for their education. confir A Liberal demonstration was held in the happE grounds of Peel Hall, Little Hulton, near Boltomi, on Saturday, at which 20,000 persons were esti- perfoi ix mated to be present. Resolutions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co.. ll~son Grnee Brass Works, Nottingham.1667 rrORULE BAWYERS.-A permanent Situation to a steady Dian TO.-Apply, Irvin and Sellers, Peel Hall Works, Preston. o21711 ¶tOTIN PLATE WCRKERS.-WA14TED, a MAN, to maki Poatent Coffee Pots.-Avply, 27. Great Harr Street. dOSS WAN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Falohairn Engineering Com- pany, limited, Mdanclhocter. 504 Pro RUL SAWYES,-A permanent Situation toaesteady Man. I ToAnnly. IVl and Sellers, Peel Hall Workse, Preston. cl1, CAP HANDS, for Coen end Machble work. First-oass hands only J ueed apply,-I or 2, Upper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stricter portion of the Evangelical Dissenters. Stephen Blaire, M.P. for Bolton from 1848 to 1850, died this morning at Peel Hall, ner Bolton, aged 6G. The deceased was Provinolal Grand Master of Freemasons for East Lancashire. The Prince and Princess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l8th ilst., at 22, Temple Row, the wife of Jamrs 8ioyuir, -1,1)., ofad ..ilauchter. STILONG.-0Ii, liMe ][tt ibnt., ot Peel Hall, WVishaw, the wife of C. D. 8trong, of a daughtor. MARRITED. lietrminet-hllein n.-n tio l2th JOot., at St. Mattlhsosv' Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cheam

    one of the pillars of the nave: "Sacred to the Memory of the Honorable Sir Joseph Yates, Knight, of Peel Hall in Lancashire, successively a Judge of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas; whose merit advanced him to

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