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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Flixton

    The well between Shaw Hall and Shawtown is never known to fail. 67 Thralam, Cawdoe, and other field-names are recorded in a deed of 1699. 68 A stone celt was found in 1846 near Shaw Hall . 69 The stocks

    Townships Leyland

    went to his cousin William Farington of Shaw Hall in Leyland , 35 whose son George succeeded in 1717 , and held the estates till his death in 1742 . 36 Shaw Hall is now called Worden . Worden Hall

    Townships Pennington

    Atherton family acquired lands here at an early date, but they were sold in 1547 to Lawrence Asshawe of Shaw Hall , 76 and passed with his Bedford estate. 77 The family of Renacres were long in possession or a

    Townships Atherton

    , was the last direct male representative of the family. By Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Farington of Shaw Hall , he had issue an only daughter, Elizabeth, who married Robert Gwillym of Langston and Walford , Herefordshire .

    Townships Heath Charnock

    Anne, who married Sir John Radcliffe of Ordsall , 20 the heir male being Thomas's younger brother Leonard of Shaw Hall in Flixton . From this time Hall of the Hill sinks into obscurity. It appears on the dispersal of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    staff, but the dog ran off, and though it was chased by a number of persons it escaped. At Shaw Hall,' Hyde, yesterday, a terrible struggle took place between a man named ShoLfield and a larg6 bound epposed to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged ,,4. Oil Tuesday week, aged 40, the wife of air. Thos. Knapton, (Gascoigne's Arms, Barwick-in-Elmnet. Same day, at Shaw Hall, flixton, near Manchester, aged 8l1 , Sir. Thomias Plant, fatler of Mr. George ff. Plant, of tShe liow s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the vast and rapidly, increasing population of Oldham. Lees, Mossley, Sad- dleworth, and the intervening Districts between Manchester and Shaw Hall, a populatlon, including that of Blanchester, of above .5;00,010 persons, to supply which, Is the great object of this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itself, as may be hereafter deemed moot advisable, to Shaw Hall, iii SaidlerorTth, in tse West-Riding ofYorkshire,liy Oldham, Leea, aud Sprisghead, so as to form s junction at Shaw Hall with the initended Huddersfield and Man- chester Rail way (for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o v pprfatioInt ~r~mt j UL L, SHEFFIELD, AND MIDLAND plRtR lLWAY.-~~N4Tlcr is hlereby given, that ifajnIS intended to be made to Parliament in the next Ifir leave, to bring in. a bill o il o aigin sia)oig a Subscribers-only content

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

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    - 1765 People & Places Participant: WilliamFarrington [Farington; Farrington] Role: appellant Details: male; Knight Location: Leyland (Lancashire) Place(s): Shaw Hall(Shaw Hall) : undefined Participant: SamuelCrook [Crooke] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Leyland (Lancashire) Place(s): Leyland (Leyland) : ecclesiastical parish


    - 1780 People & Places Participant: Sir WilliamFarrington [Farington] Role: appellant Details: male; Knight Location: Leyland (Lancashire) Place(s): Shaw Hall(Shaw Hall) : habitation Notes: For the transmitted papers fron the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1765/7 Participant: SamuelCrook [Crooke] Role:

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, November 1690, 1-15, 01 November 1690-30 November 1690

    Richard Standish of Duxbury, bart., Sir Edward Chisenhall of Chisenhall, kt., Henry Farrington of Werden, esq., George Farrington of Shaw Hall, gent., Richard Fleetwood of Leyland, gent., John Woodcock of Cuerden, gent., Hen. Garstang of Heapey, yeoman, Alexa[nder ] Breeres

    Index, N, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    loans by, 1983, 1984, 1993. Nursted , co. Kent, 709. Nuthill , , commissioner of assessments, co. Surrey, 1321. Nutshaw Hall . See Shaw Hall. Nutt , John, Customs place, London port, 90. Nuville , Baron de, allowance for, 1943.

    Cases before the Committee, May 1649, 01 May 1649-31 May 1649

    O.C.C. 86 876 D. 86 884 885 L.C.C. 86 888 R. 86 877 6 Aug. 1651. Begs discharge of Shaw Hall estate in Leyland, for which he compounded, but the County Committee threaten to sequester it as belonging to his Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    [a Treasury Clerk ] , 1774. -, -, waiter, Gravesend, 21, 88. -, -, grant of Leyland Hall, 2011. Shaw Hall [? Nutshaw Hall ] , co. Lancaster, 881. Shayle , Joseph, loans by, 1981, 1992, 1997. Sheaford . See

    Charles I - volume 503, November 1644, 01 November 1644-30 November 1644

    immediate command then stationed near Shaw, had then fallen on the King's army between Doleman's house [ i.e ., Shaw Hall built by Doleman, the clothier ] and Donnington town, as soon as the other forces of the Parliament placed Subscribers-only content


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