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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Holker

    Thomas Preston held Walton Hall in 1 508-9, paying a free rent of 3 s . 8 The heir of Richard Palfreyman held some land there by a free rent of 1 d . 9 Walton Hall now forms part

    Parishes Walton

    5 stood north-west of the church, 6 which is some distance north-west of the village within the park of Walton Hall . Near the church is the rectory, which is described in 1639 as 'a Dwelling house of 3 bays,

    Parishes Wellesbourne with Walton

    1399 , 1 runs northwards through Walton , being dammed up to form a lake in the grounds of Walton Hall and again a mile farther north for a mill-pond. At this point it turns north-west and forms the boundary

    Townships Walton-le-Dale

    mile further is another road from Brindle to Preston and shortly after you come to Walton , and leaving Walton Hall on the left, belonging to Sir Charles Houghton , you cross the Derwent at a large bridge which is

    Townships Hoghton

    wing in 1700 seems to imply that the family continued to live there till well into the 18th century. Walton Hall , however, became the chief residence of the Hoghtons before the century was very far advanced, and in 1807

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county of Berwick. At Carlsruhe, on the 25th ult., Albinia, second daughter of Sir Edward C. Disbrowe, G.C.H., of Walton Hall, Derbyshire, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten- tiary at the Court of Stockholm. At Aqualate Hall, on the Ist inst., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P/an- dcrin-os in Sowhl/ America. With an Autobio. graphy of the Author, and a View of Walton Hall. Longman and Co. The public, anmong innumerable obligations, are indebted to Mr London for this most delightful book. It is a reprint Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mir James's most interesitig and able productions."-Lit. Gao. I1l. USSAYS on NATURAL HISTORY. EU BY CHARLES WATEgRTON, E'q. of Walton Hall, Author of " Wanderings in South America. With a Viesv of Waltson Hall, and an Autobiography of the Author. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ls. cloth. 2. ES A Y S on NATURAL HISTORY. By *L: CwARLEs WATERTON, Esq. of Walton Hall. With a Vew of Walton Hall, and Autobiogoaphy of the Author. Second Edit. Ss cloth. A delightful little volume, lr Waterton is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a place in all librnir..'"-betropolitan Mag. I IL SSAYSon NNATURAL HISTORY. ByCu~sni.s E NW.'4TrXRTo0o, Esr. of W'alton Hall. With a Vier' ef Walton Hall, and an Autobiography of the Author-. 'd edit. fop. Svo. Ss. cloth lettered. A delightful little Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.164

    male; 22; free Location: Sandall (Sandall) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Swage'. Location: Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hospital of The Three Kings (The Thre Kyngs) : undefined hospital; spelling modernised.Walton Hall (Walton Hall) : habitation

 

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