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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hindley

    in 1727 ; succeeding priests, who till 1758 resided chiefly at Park Hall in Charnock Richard , or at Standish Hall , moved the chapel to Strangeways and then to Hindley village; this change was made in 1789 . From

    Parishes Stogumber

    Quay Side, Newcastle-upon-Tyne , the hall mantelpiece from the Albright-Hussey family of Shropshire , and the dining-room panelling from Standish Hall ( Lancs .). 232 A stone gateway, since demolished, bearing crests with griffin supports was the subject of a

    Townships Standish-with-Langtree

    was in turn succeeded by his son, Mr. Henry Noailles Widdrington Standish , the present lord of the manor. STANDISH HALL is situated to the south-west of the village, near the western boundary of the township, on high ground facing

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    of the south-west wing. The oak door, which stands within the porch, may have been brought to Towneley from Standish Hall by Edward Standish ( 1805-7 ). It bears the quartered arms of Standish and also the initials of Ralph

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    St. Peter in churches in union of churches in Stamp , Sir Thomas Stamps for vellum Standish , William Standish Hall Stange , Anthonetta Stanhope , Hon. Alexander Captain Charles Mr. letters to Sir William Staniforth , Major William Stanley Subscribers-only content

    Volume 214, May 2-July 31, 1718, 02 May 1718-31 July 1718

    made on the marriage of the petitioner, the daughter of Henry, late Duke of Norfolk, the capital messuage called Standish Hall, with the demesne lands and water corn mill, and divers lands, & c. in Standish, Sherrington, Barnacre, and Winmarly,

    Index, S, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    Standish , Lady Philippa, daughter of Henry Duke of Norfolk, petition; ccxiv. 65. -, Ralph, petition; ccxvi. 26, 27. Standish Hall ; ccxiv. 65. Stanhope , Captain; ccviii. 7. -, Charles, Esq., Secretary to the Treasury; cxcix. 43; ccviii. 42;

    William and Mary, March 1695, 01 March 1695-31 March 1695

    not coming to church. [ Ibid., p . 174. ] March 14. Kensington. Proclamation for apprehending William Standish, of Standish Hall, co. Lancaster, esquire, for conspiring against the government. Printed . [ S.P. Dom. Proclamations 6, No . 112. ] Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, March 1690, 01 March 1690-31 March 1690

    signify to you that you issue warrants against Mr. Molyneux, the eldest son of Lord Molyneux, Mr. Standish of Standish Hall, Mr. Towneley of Towneley, the younger, John Holland of Prescot, sadler, and Edward, his partner, and commit them to Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANDISH, Richard (1621-62), of Duxbury, Standish, Lancs.

    the parish from which they took their name by the reign of Richard I. The senior branch, residing at Standish Hall, had Catholic tendencies, but the Duxbury family was Protestant under the Stuarts. Standish’s father sat for Liverpool in 1626,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peninsular and Waterloo hero - Rowland,i Viscount Bill of Hawkstone. He was the second son1 of John Hll, of Standish Hall, Wigan, Attorney-General' for the County Palatine of Ches-ter and North Wales, who himself was graudso~n of the first Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ed3:cation (liring the lset ttvalve years. ELEQTION .YEWS. 'lWtc AN.-Tle Conservatives of Wigan hacre invited] Mr. N. 1Ecl-cralcy, of 'Standish Hall, vho fonrmely repre- sented the borough. to contest the present vatancy. Air. llcCorquodale, of Newton-Is-Wihiows, was waited upon by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    senited $ahsbury, was yesterday selected as thc' second Liberal candMate for tei city Wli AN.--Mr. Natbail ]Nclicrziley (Conservative), of Standish Hall, near Wigan, was yesterday electel without oppoSitiol mieiber for Wigan, the vacancy havinig been caused by the death of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deaths primarily attributed to infuenza fell to 183 DATna OF AF Ex-M.P.-Mr. Nathaniel Eckr mley died at his residence, Standish Hall, Wigan, on Monday night. He was born in 1815, and represented Wigan in - Parlament in the Conservative interest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds direct, the iKeigheley, Halifax, and lud- J dersfield, and of the York and Lancaster Railway. John Lord, Esq., Standish Hall, near Wigan, Director of the { Liverpool and Leeds direct, the I eighley, Halifax, and Hud- dersfield, and of Subscribers-only content

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