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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ightenhill Park

    1305. Ightenhill Park lies on the south and south-west sides of the River Calder , and has an area of 760 acres. It was formerly accounted extra-parochial, as being in the Castle parish of Clitheroe . The hamlet anciently known

    Townships Billington

    by Dinckley Brook and the eastern by a long ridge called Billington Moor, which terminates towards Whalley and the River Calder in the escarpment of Whalley Nab , a prominent feature in the landscape of Ribblesdale as seen from the

    Townships Great Harwood

    . From the latter a wide landscape towards Pendle Hill may be seen over the deep gorge of the River Calder , which forms the northern boundary. Elsewhere the land slopes gently to the Hyndburn, a tributary of the Calder

    Townships Altham

    1383. This township extends from the River Calder southwards for more than 2 miles; the surface gradually rises till near the southern border a height of more than 600 ft. above sea level is attained. Through the centre a small

    Townships Clayton-le-Moors

    Clayton, brother of Henry , was the first grantee of Oakenshaw . William, another brother, had lands adjoining the River Calder , in the northern part of the township, from both his father and brother Henry. 12 John de Clayton

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.F.122

    waters of the Duke of York Location: Penistone (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Penistone (Penyston) : ecclesiastical parish York (Ebor') : diocese Participant: WilliamBispham [Byspham] Role: defence proctor Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): River Calder (Caldyr) : waterways

    CP.H.2826

    : undefined Toothill (Toothill) : undefined Rastrick (Rastricke) : undefined Rishworth (Rishworth) : undefined Langfield (Langfeild) : undefined Elland (Eland) : undefined Norland (Norland) : undefined Stainland (Staineland) : undefined Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): River Calder (Calder) : waterways

    CP.H.2878

    Midgley (Midgley) : undefined Wadsworth (Wadsworth) : undefined Heptonstall (Hepptonstall) : undefined Stansfield (Stanfeild) : undefined Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Calder (Calder) : waterways Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Halifax (Hallifax) : ecclesiastical parish Sowerby (Sowerby) : township Erringden (Aringden) :

    CP.H.2880

    Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langfield (Langfeild) : undefined Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Halifax (Hallifax) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Calder (Calder) : waterways Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Langfield (Langfeild) : undefined Sowerby (Sowerby) : undefined Erringden (Ayringden) : undefined

    CP.H.3857

    Location: The Stayner (The Stayner, Steyner) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: York (York) : city Location: London (London) : city Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): River Calder (Calder) : waterways Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wakefield (Wakefeild) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the other seven-were playing together on a.email .- island -at Horbury Bridge, when they both got into the a River Calder, and the elder, a girl named Sunderlattd, s daughter of a fireman at Firth's shoddy mill, adjoinieg, was drowned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following his emnployment as a joiner at Brook Street d Mill, Nelson, a foar-storeyed building erected over the r. River Calder, the bed of which is paved, when he fell il from the roof into the river, terribly fracturing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oust sides of and adhjoining the Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway and between the Garst-ang Passenger Station and the River Calder Clorta lands in the towrghlip of Urtchuraih, in the parieh ,of Saint Peter Derby, in also counity of Derby. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    east olden of and adjoining lice Lancaster aced Prestone Juncetiotc Railway anti between the Gaxatang Peasoengor Station. and the River Calder;, Cerisain lands ice tics towneship of Litoicecall, in tics parish of Saint Peter Derby, In lice eontaty of Derby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mauner,!at the same time. The rain poured down in torrents, and was unremitting for upwards of two hours. The River Calder, which passes through Burnley, was swollen, and rose, .in an incredibly short space of time, something like four feet Subscribers-only content

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