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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bowland with Leagram

    Townships Bowland with Leagram BOWLAND WITH LEAGRAM Boeland, 1325; Bouland, 1350. Bolland was a common spelling in more recent times. Lathegrim, 1282 and commonly; Lythegreyns, 1297. This township, which is now considered two separate townships 1 - Little Bowland and

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    value of £95 15 s . 11 d . in Slaidburn and Bowland , & c., being the possessions belonging to the office of Master Forester of Bowland ; also all messuages, mills, coal-mines, & c., of the annual value

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Bicknacre or Woodham Ferrers

    resigned 1479. 61 William Chevyngton, collated 1479, 62 resigned 1490. 63 Richard Petyrton, collated 1490, 64 resigned 1499. 65 William Bowland , collated 1499, 66 died 1504. 67 Thomas Wellys, collated 1504, 68 resigned 1505. 69 Edmund Godyng, collated 1505,

    Townships Chatburn

    of Ribble,' taking 'keipper salmons'; ibid. 78. A claim for 'the peck of haver' (oats), made by the Forester of Bowland on certain land in Chatburn , as due every fifth year, was disputed by the occupier; ibid. 81. Some

    The parish of Whalley Index Map of Whalley Parish .

    Clitheroe; Chatburn ; Worston ; Mearley; Bowland With Leagram; Whalley ; Mitton , Henthorn And Coldcoats; Pendleton With Pendleton Hall , Standen And Standen Hey ; Wiswell ; Church; Oswaldtwistle ; Huncoat ; Altham ; Clayton-Le-Moors ; Old Accrington ;

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [St. Alphage.] Cripplegate Ward.

    first Prior there. Rob. de Draycote , Prior Hospital. b'tæ Mariæ de Elsyng Spittell, Lond. An. 1386 . Dom. Wil. Bowland . Prior Hospitalis Elsing Spittel, London , Sept. 13. 1496 . ] Robert Elsing , Son to the said

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUTHERFORD, James (d.1747), of Bowland, Midlothian.

    RUTHERFORD, James (d.1747), of Bowland, Midlothian. Constituency Dates Selkirkshire 13 Feb 1730 31734 Ofifces Held Commissary of Peebles 1733. Biography John Rutherford, whose father bought Bowland in 1697, succeeded his cousin, John Pringle, as Member for Selkirkshire in 1730, voting

    HOGHTON, Sir Henry (d.1424), of Chipping, Lancs.

    duchy chases of Pendle, Rossendale, Trawden and Bowland, Lancs. by 30 Nov. 1402; steward of the duchy estates in Tottington, Rochdale, Penwortham and Blackburn hundred, Lancs. 22 Aug. 1403-d; master forester of Bowland and Blackburn in the duchy 22 Aug.

    MEVERELL, Francis (1514/15-64), of Throwley, Staffs.

    High Peak, Derbys. by 1562. Biography In 1523 Francis Meverell’s wardship and marriage were sold by his father to Humphrey Bowland with a view to his marrying whichever of Bowland’s daughters he should choose, but in the event he married

    RIGMAYDEN, John (1515/16-57), of Wedacre in Garstang, Lancs.

    Ofifces Held J.p. Lancs. 1538-d.; commr. subsidy 1542, 1545, relief 1550, chantries, Lancs. and Bowland forest 1552, Lancs. and Yorks. 1553; dep. forester, Quernmore and Wyresdale 1540-1, master forester 1545. Biography Several John Rigmaydens can be traced in the early

    TALBOT, Sir Thomas (prob. by 1507/8-58), of Bashall, Yorks., Rishton and Lower Darwen, Lancs.

    1551-2; commr. chantries 1554, ?1555, to survey woods and game, Leagram park and Bowland forest 1555/56; steward, duchy of Lancaster, Blackburn hundred 1554-6, jt. 1556-d., master forester, Bowland 1554-6. Biography Although Bashall is in Yorkshire, the Talbots of Bashall are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caeroarfon (2nd prize). S. Williams, W. J., Trys snt (3rd prize). 4. Jones, Samuel, Llasdrveiul.. S. Roberts, Thomas, Tenby. 6. Bowland, T. J., Manchester. Ail ddatbaertA (yn ol y wyddor).-David, Thom"a, slanelly; Griffiths, Thomas, near Lampeter; Hughes, Thomas, Rthyl; Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rJoe8, Rhos, y pender .h fyniad. Ond air ol~yoydlg ywQ ida mh cymerodidy personau can Yl1E k -64 r. Robert .Bowland. 'Robert Hnes, -Roge&-Evans; D. J3i; 6 L -(Llsafaethlu, Leiaj Jones,: ,E.: Jalies, John Pce, - a parc n Thomh. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    phym- theng mlynedd a thriugain yn ol, cfodd y fraint o wran- daw ar y Parchn. Charles o'r Bala a Bowland sill yn cyd-bre- gethu yo mynweot Liandinarn: a'i thystiolseth am ~Mr. Oharles oedd mai uregstbwr araf-ddwys difrifol ydoedd. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anus Evane, Usnilechid, 97; WilliamB Owen, Talysarn, 94;- JamCes Winliams, R ryteg, 91; Johnathan P. F rltcherd, Jerusalem, 9.0: Jhbn Bowland. Twrgwyu, a William Grinllth, CwnJyglo, 7; Lizzie J. R ughesa TG.rgwyn, 8.i; Altred. H Riches doCe~ares, 55; Mrgsret Jano Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE COLOSSEUM REGENT'S PARK TfHE Proprietors of this rhagtificent Establishment respectfully JLinvite the attention of the Public to the reduced price of admission to the following unrivalled Exhibitions, viz. .- To the weole Interior of the Buildine, containing the Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.F.283

    (Lancashire) Place(s): Clitheroe Castle (castellum de Clyderow) : habitation Location: Whitwell (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Whitwell (Whytwell) : undefined Location: Bowland (Lancashire) Place(s): Bowland (Boland) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ribchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Ribchester (Ribchestr, Ribbechestr, Rybchestre) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Yorkshire, North

    CP.H.3827

    Grimsley (Grimsley) : manor Cannot identify Location: Meston (Meston, Mesington) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Little Bowland(Bowland) : township Location: Grayston Gill (Grayston Gill) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Whittle Dale (Whittledale) : undefined Cannot identify

 

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