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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bleasdale

    Townships BleasdaleBLEASDALE Blesedale, 1228. Although now in the parish of Lancaster , owing to its inclusion in the forest, Bleasdale has remained in the hundred of Amounderness, and was probably once within Garstang . It occupies a hilly country,

    Amounderness hundred Introduction and map AMOUNDERNESS HUNDRED

    . For convenience the accounts of Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale have been added to Preston , and those of Preesall and Stalmine to Kirkham . Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale were the principal parts of the forest of Amounderness;

    Townships Over Wyresdale

    year, 29 and again in 1515 ordered £2 to be paid to the chaplain from the produce of Oakenclough in Bleasdale 30 as part of the £4, which annuity continues to be paid to the present incumbent. It seems certain,

    Townships Bowland with Leagram

    Greystoneley to the bridge over the Hodder in the north-east corner. Bowland in the north is hilly, part of the Bleasdale Fells , which bound it on the north-west, rising to 1,500 ft. above the ordnance datum; Leagram from the

    Townships Quernmore

    was purchased by William Garnett of Lark Hill , Salford , 21 who has been noticed in the account of Bleasdale . Quernmore Park descended in the same way to his grandson, Mr. William Garnett . Clifford , Lord Clifford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eraill, er heb en tori, wedi en plygu fel brwym. Dydd Ian diweddaf, cynhaliwyd trengholiad a gorff Roger Scambler, ffermwr, Bleasdale, Lancaster yr hwn a gafwyd wedi llosgi i farwolaeth. Pan ddar- gaefyddwyd of gan ei frawd, yr oedd ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Toothache toS whdich Femles~ad 'a t abimes so peculiarly subject. Sold by allt whic emaits, pims, 6e. Wholesale: Clark1e Bleasdale, Bell & Co., Yhork; Egdwarlds & ' k o, 157, Queen victoria-street, London; end S ali PetenrtI~edicin5 f tonses. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Toothache to which Females are at times so peculiarly eubhect. Sold by all Chemi ts, price 2s. 6d. Wholesale: Clarke Bleasdale Bell & Co., York; Edwards & Son, 157, Queen Victoria-street, London; snd C alil Patent Medicine Houses. DARGAIFYDDIAD GWERTHFAWR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he Toothache to which Females are at times so peculiarly subject. Sold by aW Chemi'ts, price 2s. 6d. Wholesale: Clarte Bleasdale, Bell & Co., York; Edwards & Son, 157, Queen Victoria-street, London; and all Patent Medicine Houses. D~ssoyree'v j GwERTFAwsu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parry, Temple.'i E. Blackilidge, Eeleston, cottona-mauafsetr. AttornittuNes, sfessrs. Bl1eashale, Alexander, and Hlolmae, News-inn. 3. Rlaret, Litcham, Norfolk, corn-merchiant. Attornies, Tessrs. Bleasdale, Alexander, and lichne, Newv-inn. E: Black, Breloaon, Salor, sniller. Attorney, M nr. Biggs South- ampton-buildiens, Chancery-lane. 'wn iV. ilolderneks, Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.372

    Heighsam, Heigsam, Highsame) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Oxfordshire Place(s): University of Oxford (Oxforde) : undefined Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Bleasdale(Bleasdale, Bleasdaill, Bleasdaile) : chapelry Location: London (London) : city Location: Middleton (Lancashire) Place(s): Middleton (Midleton) : ecclesiastical parish Location:

    CP.H.2213

    (Lancashire) Place(s): Lancaster (Lancaster) : town Location: Garstang (Lancashire) Place(s): Wyresdale (Wiresdale, Wyresdale) : chapelry Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Bleasdale(Bleasdale) : chapelry Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Lancaster (Lancaster) : township Location: Middlesex Place(s): Sion House (Sanctus Salvatores et Sancte

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    URSWYK, Thomas, of Tatham, Lancs. and Badsworth, Yorks.

    visit to Westminster enabled him to negotiate a lease of the herbage, pasture rights and vaccaries in the Myerscough and Bleasdale area of Lancashire which his late half-brother had previously occupied as a tenant of the duchy. Although the rent

 

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