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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    Townships BickerstaffeBICKERSTAFFE Bikerstat, Bikersteth, Bikerstath, xiii cent.; Bykyrstath, 1529; Bickerstaffe , xvi cent. Bickerstaffe may be described as an unpicturesque open country bare of woodland, with the exception of a few plantations mostly composed of birch trees, characteristic of

    The parish of Ormskirk Introduction, church and charities ORMSKIRK CHURCH

    ORMSKIRK BICKERSTAFFE BURSCOUGH SCARISBRICK SKELMERSDALE The parish of Ormskirk comprises six townships anciently arranged in four quarters, paying equally to the county lay; viz. (i) Ormskirk and Burscough , each paying equally; (ii) Lathom , (iii) Scarisbrick , (iv) Bickerstaffe

    Townships Skelmersdale

    called Stormy corner. The White Moss , now reclaimed, anciently formed part of the bounda ry between this township and Bickerstaffe . The railway from Ormskirk to St. Helens passes through the village, where there is a station. The main

    The parish and township of Aughton Manors

    Bradshagh conveyed to Peter Stanley of Bickerstaffe the reversion of the hall and its lands. 135 The purchaser died on 22 July, 1592 , holdi ng seven messuages, lands, meadow, & c., in Bickerstaffe Aughton , Ormskirk , and Skelmersdale

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    ), 408 Barton (Downholland), 199 Bedford , (t) 431, (m) 431 Bedford Hall , 432 Bewsey ( Burtonwood ), 326 Bickerstaffe , (t) 276, (m) 276 Birkdale , (t) 236, (m) 237 Blackbrook ( Parr ), 381 Blythe ( Lathom

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BICKERSTAFFE, Philip (1639-?1714), of Chirton, Northumb.

    the next two reigns. In 1690 Bickerstaffe retained the Northumberland seat he had held in the Convention, and in March was classed as a Tory and Court supporter by Lord Carmarthen (Sir Thomas Osborne†). Bickerstaffe proved to be an active

    STANLEY, Sir Edward, 5th Bt. (1689-1776), of Bickerstaffe, Lancs.

    5th Bt. (1689-1776), of Bickerstaffe, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire 1727 13 Apr. 1736 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lancs. 1722-4; mayor, Preston 1731-2; ld. lt. Lancs. 1742-57, 1771-d. Biography Returned unopposed for Lancashire as an opposition Whig, Stanley voted consistently against the

    STANLEY, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt. (1670-1714), of Bickerstaffe, Lancs.

    STANLEY, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt. (1670-1714), of Bickerstaffe, Lancs. Constituency Dates Preston 1695 1698 Biography The Stanleys of Bickerstaffe were a junior branch of the Stanleys of Knowsley, both families being descended from Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby. By

    BICKERSTAFFE, Philip (1639-aft.1714), of Chirton, Northumb.

    BICKERSTAFFE, Philip (1639-aft.1714), of Chirton, Northumb. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 1685 Northumberland 1689 Northumberland 1690 Northumberland 1695 Ofifces Held Clerk of the scullery by 1662, woodyard to 1683. poultry 1683-at least 1689. Ofifces Held Ensign, Admiralty Regt. 1664, lt. 1665-78,

    ATHERTON, Sir Nicholas (d.1420), of Atherton, Lancs.

    by 1377 Nicholas was married to Joan, the daughter and heir of Adam Bickerstaffe. The latter then settled his estates, which were centred upon the manor of Bickerstaffe and produced at least 20 marks p.a., upon them. As a younger

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he followed his fourth wife to the grave.-Bressels paper. On the 2d inst. at Ormskirk, Mr Wm. Lyon, farmer, of Bickerstaffe, to Miss Susannah Lloyd, of the same place.-So fickle was the mind of the fair bride, that she ran Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    easy by a length; a good race for second. The Produce Stakes. Lord Derby's Fortune-teller, allowed 31b. (Holmes) . The Bickerstaffe Stakes. Lord Westminster's Candahar (Marson) . . . Sweepstakes of 500 sovs each-Lord Westminster's Auck- land (allowed 31b) walked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thirty-four years, he was called to the Upper House, during his father's lifetime, by the title of Baron Stanley of Bickerstaffe. His father dying. in Oct. 1834, he became thirteenth Earl of Derby. The noble Earl was well remembered as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    land the Mersey Stakes, and TALKA'TIVF the Joliffe Stakes, while the Gerard Stakes may be won by JoneN JONiS. The Bickerstaffe Stakes may result in favour of HESIPERcAW, while in the Coniston Stakes PELERINL may prove successful, Windsor Meeting takes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a drizzling rain. There was again a large company present, and the card fnrnished an in- teresting afternoons sport. The Bickerstaffe Stakes, iwith which proceedings were resumed, would have been an interesting race had Antibes (Nwbo was amongst the arrivals Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.1797

    Isabel Stanley [Stanley] Role: witness Details: female; 46; wife of Edward Stanley, knight and baronet Location: Ormskirk (Lancashire) Place(s): Bickerstaffe(Bickerstaffe) : undefined Participant: Isabel Linford [Linford] Role: witness Details: female; 27; spinster Location: Cheshire Place(s): Arley (Arley) : undefined

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    Pike, or some other sharp Instrument. In January last, a Gang of Eighteen or Twenty Men beat a Wood in Bickerstaffe, belonging to The Earl of Derby ; shot Pheasants in the Face of the Watchers, whom they ordered to Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1833, 4 February 1833

    intloduoed- 22d Day of December, in the Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, created Baron Stanley of Bickerstaffe, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, with Remainder to the Heirs Male of his Body, was this Day (in Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1689, 20 March 1690

    John Dutlon Colt, Esquire, Sir Orlando Gee, Chr. Musgrave, Sir Jo. Lowther, William Jepson, Tho. Lewes, Sir John Cotton, Phil. Bickerstaffe, Sir Tho. Fawle, or any Six, Five, Four, Three, Two, or One of them, my Deputies and Deputy, in Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1690, 5 May 1690

    Serjeant Hutchins have Leave to attend Leave for the Lords, as Counsel, in a Cause between Mun and Member to Bickerstaffe. attend Lords., Sir WmJVhithck reports from the Committee to whom Commis- the Bill for appointing and enabling Commissioners to Subscribers-only content

    31 October 1690, 31 October 1690

    Yeas go forth. Tellers for the Yeas, Tellers for the Noes, } 79- fSir Jervas Elwes, [Sir Tho. Bernadiston, fMr. Bickerstaffe, [Sir Gilbert Clarke, So it was Resolved in the Affirmative. Then the Counsel of the said Francis Brace and Subscribers-only content

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