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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Blackburn

    claimed tenements in Blackburn against Henry de Lacy, John de Blackburn and Robert de Hephale; Assize R. 408, m. 59, 67. At the same time John son of Adam de Blackburn claimed 50 s . rent in Blackburn against the

    Editorial note

    generously given to them for the inspection of private documents. They regret, however, that access was not accorded them to examine the very important collection relating to Blackburn Hundred among the Towneley manuscripts now in the custody of Lady O'Hagan.

    Corrigenda to volumes VI and VII

    line 5 from end, for 'Major' read 'Captain.' " " 326 a , line 10, delete 'the homes of the Blackburn Orphanage . . .in this township.' " " 331 a , line 25, for 'the present owner' read 'who

    The parish of Blackburn BLACKBURN PARISH .

    The parish of BlackburnBLACKBURNBlackburn; Little Harwood ; Ramsgreave; Salesbury ; Clayton-Le-Dale ; Mellor ; Witton ; Pleasington ; Over Darwen ; Lower Darwen ; Eccleshill ; Yate and Pickup Bank (Ex.-Parochial); Tockholes ; Livesey; Walton-Le-Dale ; Cuerdale; Samlesbury

    Townships Little Harwood

    The high road from Blackburn to Clitheroe skirts the township on the west, and the Blackburn and Whalley road passes through the centre with a connecting road called Bank Hey Lane . The Liverpool , Blackburn and Accrington line of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y daith mewn y 18 o ddyddiau. Cyrhaeddodd i New York gyda ffordd haiarn y Mor Tawelog. Lladdwyd dyn yn Blackburn .trwy ir gerbydres fyned drosto tra y ceisiai groesi .y gledrffordd. Yr oedd cryn sylw yn cael ei wneyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyinylau. Yr oedd y pentref yn cynwys 305 o bobl. Yi ei anerchiad i uchelreithwyr Notinghar, am- lygodd y Barnwr Blackburn ei syniad o blaid defn- yddio y ifiangell mewn achosion o losgiad ty neu eiddo yn fwriadol. Credai y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fyddai yn wastad yn gwneyd ei fynediad i'r cerbyd pan fyddai yn myned trwy y tynel, wedi gadael gorsaf Blackburn. Y prydnawn o'r blaen, aeth detective, wedi ymwisgo fel boneddiges, i gerbyd o'r dosbarth cyntaf, heb 'neb ynddo ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Y V -E HZEU, D I R. Lianon, 'Lin, Gorphenaf 4ydd. n Y rUGEILIAET¶ YTN SIR ABFRTEIFI. Dealiwn fod eglwys gref. a pharchus prif dref Ceredigion wedi rhoi galwad i'r Parch. William Al Jones, %Ieidryrn, Sir Gaeritrddin, i ddyfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dref- ydd eraill yn Lloegr, wedi rhybuddio y Cyngor Addysg o'u dymuniad i gael sefydlu bwrdd ysgol. Dedfrydwyd dyn yn Blackburn ychydig ddyddiau yn ol i chwe mis o garchar am geisio boddi ei wraig. Cynhaliodd Cymdeithas Ryddfrydig Greenwich gyfarfod Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the Manufacturers of Woollen, Linnen, Mohair and Cotton Yarn, in the Towns of Manchester, Stockport, Blackburn, Macclesfield, and Leek, with respect to the Bill now depending in the Honour..., 11 June 1731

    JF00/&0, Zi##e», A/oZwV tf«i CoWoh T^r0 #'» *#<? ^orawM.tjf Manchefter, Stockport, Blackburn, Macclesfield, rtwd Leek, «ze?/V# r*/^? to ffo 5i// «o«z« d^f-uft-urg' *» Jfo Ho72o#rtf£/<? Ho«/£ 0/ Commons, *»f/*W, A Bill for prcferving and encouraging a New Invention in ifcg/di-u?, Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1715, 1 June 1715

    "An Aft for Blackburn " continuing the Imprifonment of Robert Blackburn and "nue theTm- •5 h f h hid Cfi flfli Epus, Ep^s. Epus. Epus. Epus Epus. Epus. Epus Epus Epus Epus g e mprfonment of Robert Blackburn and nue Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1755, 26 March 1755

    Town of Leeds in the " Weft Riding of the County of Tork, through Otley, " Skipton, Colne, Burnley, and Blackburn, to Burfcough " Bridge in Walton in the County of Lancafter, and if from Skipton, through Gisburn and Clitheroe, Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1755, 4 April 1755

    of Leeds in the Wefl Riding of the County of ¦ " Tork, through Otley, Skipton, Colne, Burnley, and u Blackburn, to Burfcough Bridge in Walton in the " County of Lancafier, and from Skipton, through " Gisburn and Clitheroe, Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1755, 7 April 1755

    Town •' of Leeds in the Wefl Riding of the County of Tork, " through Otley, Skipton, Cohie, Burnley, and Blackburn, " to Burscough Bridge in Walton in the County of Lan- '* caßer ; and from Skipton, through Gisburn Subscribers-only content

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

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    TEST.CP.1827/14

    Testator Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : undefined Participant: Anne Hindle [Hindle] Role: witness Details: female; 37; Spinster Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : undefined Notes: Formerly servant of the testator Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) :

    TEST.CP.1739/12

    the deceased Participant: RichardEllinthorpe [Ellingthorpe] Role: undefined Details: male; Appointed administrator of the goods and chattels of James Robert, deceased, late of Holden as principal creditor of the same Employment: Chapman Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : ecclesiastical parish

    TRANS.CP.1610/5

    Details:2 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1610 - 1610 People & Places Participant: GeorgeAinsworth [Ainsworth; Aynsworth] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn, Blackborne) : undefined Participant: AnneWelshman [Welshman] Role: appellate Details: female

    TEST.CP.1850/5

    Spinner; Daughter of William Schofield Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: James Forrest [Forrest] Role: witness Details: male; Husband of Mary Forrest Employment: Cotton Spinner Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William

    TEST.CP.1849/13

    Details: male; 37 Employment: Attorney at Law Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: James Bailey [Bailey] Role: witness Details: male; 56 Employment: Surgeon Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn(Blackburn) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: James Court [Cort]

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Benevolence

    Blackburn, Lancashire 1798 Wheatsheaf, Darwen Street, Blackburn, Lancashire 1799 Masons' Arms, Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire 1801 Angel Inn, King Street, Blackburn, Lancashire 1803 Castle Inn, Market Street, Blackburn, Lancashire 1803 King's Arms, Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire 1810 Cross Keys, Blakely Moor,

    Coronation Lodge

    Details Named in: 1910 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1910 Warrant of Constitution: 14th November 1910. Consecrated 8th March 1911 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3479 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Richmond Terrace, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1910

    Ribblesdale Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Richmond Terrace, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1956 Masonic Hall, Lord Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1909

    Victory Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1919 Masonic Hall, Richmond Terrace, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1954

    Verity Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1919 Masonic Hall, Richmond Terrace, Blackburn, Lancashire, England 1954

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 16th August 1842

    been demonstrated by the peace of the town, & by the return of the work people to their employments. At Blackburn , Col: Arbuthnott resisted with success the entrance of the mob, into the town. No lives have been lost

    Wednesday 17th August 1842

    morning are favourable. The mobs are somewhat over awed by the vigour with which the troops acted at Preston & Blackburn , & Bolton , where several prisoners have been taken, & the troops, in self defence, were compelled to

 

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