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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burtonwood

    by Thomas Ireland , afterwards of Bewsey , from whom it has descended to John Powys , fifth Baron L ilford , in the manner described under Atherton . 30 Bewsey Hall , Warrington Bewsey Hall stands within a nearly

    Townships Atherton

    Thomas Ireland of Bewsey , knt. This lady was eventually heir to her cousin, Dame Margaret , wife of Sir Gilbert Ireland of Bewsey and granddaughter of Sir Thomas . Surviving her husband, Dame Margaret devised her Bewsey estate to

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    to the latter half of the sixteenth century, when it passed by sale to the Irelands of Bewsey , and has descended like Bewsey and Great Sankey to Lord Lilford , the present patron. 59 In 1291 the value of

    Townships Warrington

    Botelers' chief residence had long been at Bewsey in Burtonwood . 14 It was purchased by Thomas Ireland , afterwards a knight, in 1597 . In 1628, however, his son Thomas Ireland of Bewsey and Margaret his wife, together with

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Birkenhead

    In 1436, however, the priory was the scene of a notorious crime: Isabel, the widow of Sir John Butler of Bewsey ( Lancs .), was abducted by William Poole , a member of the Wirral family which supplied stewards for

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 18, 8 December 1708, 08 December 1708-08 December 1708

    referred to Judges. Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Atherton , Widow and Relict of John Atherton , late of Bewsey , in the County Palatine of Lancaster , Esquire, deceased, on the Behalf of Richard Atherton, Elizabeth and Frances

    Return made by Justices of Peace, 01 June 1634-30 June 1634

    5. Hundreds of Lambourne and Wanting [Wantage ] , Berks. Similar certificate. Ibid., No. 38. 1 p . May 5. Bewsey. Parishes of Warrington and Winwick in hundred of West Derby, co. Lancaster. The like to Sir George Vernon, one Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    -, William, viscount Beaumont, 480. Beauple Borough , Beweton [(?) in Knowstone ] , Devon, manor, 414, 471. Beausey. See Bewsey. Beauvale [in Greasley ] , Notts, priory, grant of confraternity in, 197 (x). -, prior of. See Wartre. Bebeton. Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    226 (79). Bewedeley . See Bewdley. Bewe Feelde , Kent. See Whitfield. Bewlieu . See Beaulieu. Bewnchestcre . See Bonchester. Bewsey (Busey), Lanc., f. g. 623 (38). Bewsfield , Kent. See Whitfield. Bewyke , Bartram. I. p. 552. Bewyn .

    Index, U,Z

    Richard, of Hestercombe, 78. -, Thomas de la. See West. -, William, yeoman, 252. Warrington , Warryngton, Lancs, 957. -, Bewsey in, 415, 428, 955 (xxiii), 957. -, Bradley in, 564, 745, 767. -, Woolston in, 377 (viii), 658 (ii). Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Thomas (c.1513-79), of Bewsey and Warrington, Lancs.

    (c.1513-79), of Bewsey and Warrington, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire Mar. 1553 Lancashire 1571 Ofifces Held ?Page of the chamber by 1541; ?gent. pens. by 1544; commr. eccles. causes, diocese of Chester 1562; j.p. Lancs. by 1568, sheriff 1569-70. Biography Of

    BUTLER (BOTELER), Thomas I (1513/14-79), of Bewsey and Warrington, Lancs.

    I (1513/14-79), of Bewsey and Warrington, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire Mar. 1553 Lancashire 1571 Ofifces Held ?Page of chamber by 1541; ?gent. pens. by 1544-52/53 commr. eccles, causes, diocese of Chester 1562, musters, Lancs. 1573, 1578; j.p. Lancs. by 1568;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r doeth- 'ineb o 'ymrestru dah faner y gros. 3Hwyrach rmai n: doeth fydda i 'rybwyll mae mewn ystafell yn Bewsey rn Street yr. ydym wedi bod yn addoli hyd yn hy;i ond d ;lwyddwyd yn ddiweddar i gael ystafell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn caniatau, ac ye eewedig o'r Cofrestr Eglwysig. 3 Hysbyswyd o Warringtonefod y gynulleidfa yno ar symad o'r ystafell yn Bewsey Srreet i le mawy cyfleus ye Bold Street. 4 Cyfiwynwyd i'rm yfarfod gynygion Mr Edward Roberts gyda golwg ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the bird, which was alive, and produced in court but the facts appeared to be, that he was walking in Bewsey, and as lie went along he saw this bird Iing, on the road hurt, and unable to get away. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otnSen tb '00 tooetl Pmnileys, .Srelygin Tackle, P5era Tols, Chain-itfting ir- Jacks asd Blcke, &e. ou Descrutivie-ataloues of the Auctioneer, Bewsey Chambero, I i Wa t . SALES BY AUOTION. SALE OF PROPERTIES, AUGUST 26. 1804. B Y RODERICK & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iernt tied other uS. Xfiems ieBilmmkn olily"itiiin Matchintes, aolto - Jacks mind Bilonts, ho.ls hanlitn Deaoritmtlve catalgar of the Auctioneer, Bewsey Chambere. re Wsrrinttget ______- - 1 IS Woceesir.A valuableFicrtlTNOI,D ESTATE, in the- Perinhon of .1artfir Htiaoimigtren, SCili.a l Caities, Subscribers-only content

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