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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bilsborrow

    Townships BilsborrowBILSBORROW Billesburgh, 1212; Billesburg, 1226; Billesburch, 1266; Billisburgh, 1297. The spelling Bilsborough. is still in use. This pleasantly wooded township on the south side of the Brock occupies land which rises gradually from west to east, from about

    Editorial note

    F. Toulmin , M.P., the Society of Antiquaries, Mr. James Atkinson , Messrs. Austin & Paley, the Rev. R. O. Bilsborrow , the Rev. J. A. Burrow , M.A., Mr. W. G. Collingwood , M.A., F.S.A., Mr. H. Swainson Cowper,

    The parish of Garstang GARSTANG

    Winmarleigh ; Nateby ; Garstang ; Kirkland ; Barnacre-With-Bonds; Catterall ; Claughton ; Bilsborrow ; Pilling ; The parish of Garstang has an area of 28,881 acres, and the population in 1901 numbered 5,896, 1 employed for the most part

    Townships Claughton

    of John son of John de Bilsborrow ), Godith daughter of John son of Walter de Myerscough (in Dereridding), Richard son of Walter de Claughton and others (in Priestridding), Richard son of Roger de Bilsborrow (rent of 14 d .

    Townships Barton

    1340 ; DD , no. 1879. Katherine daughter of William de Barton in 1370 claimed the manors of Barton and Bilsborrow against Richard de Catterall ; De Banco R. 438, m. 253. Final Conc , iii, 10. The remainder was

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary

    a . of moor, and 20 a . of turbary; and of the moiety of a water-mill in Byllysborowe [ Bilsborrow ] , Keuerden [ Cuerden ] , and Walton in le Dale. Thomas and Alice remitted all right to

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    a . of moor, and a moiety of a water-mill in Rufforthe, Mowdesley, Shevyngton, Wegan, Pemberton, Holland, Hyndley, Byllysborowgh [ Bilsborrow par. Garstang ] , Haghton [ Haighton ] , Farington, Penwortham, Hothersall, Preston in Amondernes, Keuerden [ Cuerden ]

    Index, G

    See Grainthorpe. Garrett , Garret [in Manchester ] , Lancs, 658 (iv). Garsington , Garsyngton, Oxf., 982. Garstang , Lancs, Bilsborrow and Claughton in, 972, 977. -, Dimples in, 466. Garter , John, 461. Garth , Thomas, esq., 267, 272, Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    of Bilsby, 934. -, Thomas, gent., of Bilsby, 517. Billisborowe. See Bilsborrow. Billockby , Billokby, Norf., 615, 621. Billyng , John, gent., 368. -, -, husbandman, of Milton, 325. Bilsborrow , Billisborowe [in Garstang ] , Lancs, 972, 977. Bilsby Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places

    Bickerstath , Thomas, 110. Bigthwaite , 35. Billinge , 58, 95, 114, 156, 162. Billington , 54, 71, 72 (3). Bilsborrow , par. Garstang, 90, 101, 127. Bimson , Alexander, 159. Alice, w. of Roger, 159. Anne, w. of Alexander,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Waddy, Leeds, upuholder-Angust 29, J. Gacthorp, COeetham, Lancashire, chemast-October 26, R. S. Bennett, Cheltenham, corn mer- chant-August 17, W. Bilsborrow, Kirkdale. Lancashire, inn- keeper-August 18, J, Allen and F. Pbiilips, Birmingham, manaufacturers of lamps-August iS, J. Wilson, Burnley, Lan. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the county of Gloucester.-For the management of the school founded by John Cross, for the townships of Dlyerscougls and Bilsborrow, in the county of Lancaster. -For the management of Hacker's Chanty, at Flintham, in the county of Nottingsam.-For the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dep~h ; Mr. Lawton, Dob-cr asl; Doe'tr-jtioose, and Mr. S. Wrigley, Nesw Houses, all in SadIdle*orth; Mr. J. Heis, Mr. Bilsborrow, !and Min, hiennd, tleilingden; Mr. Barnes, Bury Mlr.ICenliff, Barnstioreet, Mr. Hanier and Mr. P. Xotb rell Chtriph gate. Mjr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilson, Eaq., Eshton Hall ; Mr. J. Mann, t a gardener to J. N. Craulhurast, Esq., Gargrave House; Mr. .J. Bilsborrow, gardeioer to Rev. A. Mlarsden, Vicarage, V Garsgrave; itr. Wim. Alaude, gardener to Heitry Alcuek, Ig Esq., Arville, Skiptenl; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MrEETING. . Oct. 2 J. Robinson, Manchester, silk manufacturer. - 2 B. Williams, Birmingham, comnmuission agent. 4 - 2 J. Bilsborrow, Coventry, harbardasser. fi - 3S. Howard, hianchester, machine broker.ti - 6 S. HockTovill, paper ssufr. andChalfordsilk throwster. - 6 Subscribers-only content

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