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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Brindle BRINDLE PARISH .

    The parish of BrindleBRINDLE Brumhull, 1202; Burnhull, 1205, and commonly; Burnul, 1212; Brunhill, 1227; Brunehill, 1247; Bryndill, 1511. The parish is remarkable as being one of the few ancient parishes in the county having but a single township. The

    List of maps

    " " Parish of Leyland 3 " " " " Penwortham 52 " " " " Brindle 75 " " " " Croston 82 " " " " Eccleston 155 " " " " Standish 182 " " " Hundred

    The hundred of Leyland Introduction and map LEYLAND HUNDRED

    HUNDRED OF LEYLAND Containing The Parishes Of Leyland ; Penwortham; Brindle ; Croston ; Hesketh-With - Becconsall ; Tarleton ; Rufford ; Chorley ; Hoole ; Eccleston ; Standish Before the Conquest the hundred and manor of Leyland were the

    Townships Whittle-le-Woods

    and Waterhouse Green , through the village. From this point other roads branch off to Heapey in the east, 2 Brindle in the north-east, and Leyland in the west. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal winds through the eastern part of

    The parish of Penwortham PENWORTHAM PARISH .

    ., and the tithe of hay, & c., 7 marks, belonging to the altarage. 24 It should be observed that Brindle was included in this valuation. The gross value of the rectory in 1535 was £36 11 s . 10

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