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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

    Townships Haighton

    The heir was his son Evan, aged forty; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. xxvii, no. 20. An Evan Gerard 'of Brindle ,' skinner, was a burgess at the Guild of 1622; Preston Guild R . 89,93. Fishwick , op. dt.

    Townships Tonge -with-Haulgh

    held by th e Haugh or Haulgh family by a tenure variously described, and the remainder by the Hiltons of Brindle . 9 In the latter moiety was the house known as the Hall i' th' Wood , 10 held

    Townships Ashton

    for its head. 8 At the survey of 1212 it was found to be held by Thomas de Burnhull or Brindle , being three plough-lands of the three and a half held by him in thegnage for 35 s .,

    Townships Coppull

    the same place of Richard Worthington of Worthington by a rent of 2 s . He also held lands in Brindle and Turton. Peter, his son and heir, was twelve years old. 37 Peter died in 1578 owning a somewhat

    Townships Anderton

    japanned muslins in the style of India .' 3 Manor The Penwortham fee included ANDERTON , which was together with Brindle granted to the Grelleys, lords of Manchester , and in 1212 both were held by Robert Grelley, who performed

    Townships Clayton-le-Dale

    acres 'of the large measure there used,' upon his son Richard and Ellen daughter of William Gerard of Radborne in Brindle , gent., at their marriage in 1608 . A full account of the family of Walmsley of Showley is

    Townships Alston with Hothersall

    plough-land in chief by the service of 4 s . 4 This was ALSTON . It did not descend like Brindle , but became divided between the lords of Samlesbury and Lathom , each holding nominally a moiety, but the

    Townships Rainhill

    Rainhill ; the damages were assessed at 2 s .; Assize R. 405, m. 1. Sir Peter de Burnhull ( Brindle ) granted to Ralph Banastre land in the western part of Rainhill , at a rent of 12 d

    Townships Clayton-le-Woods

    goes north through the western part of the township. These roads are connected by a cross-road through Clayton Green to Brindle and Blackburn . The soil is a dark loam, with subsoil of sand; grass is the chief crop. There

    Townships Walton-le-Dale

    suggested that the station was the Rigodunum of Ptolemy. 3 In 1253 the boundaries of Walton against the township of Brindle , and in 1283 against Cuerdale, were for the first time properly defined by perambulation. In answer to their

    Townships Singleton

    a matter of course that they took the king's side; one of the sons was killed in a skirmish at Brindle in 1651 , 32 and the family estates were by the Parliament sequestered for recusancy as early as 1643.

    Townships Out Rawcliffe

    . (Chet. Soc.), 60. The same writer states that '- Butler, the young heir of Rawcliffe ,' was killed at Brindle in the fight of 1651. Dugdale, contrary to his custom, does not record these facts in the pedigree of

    The parish of Rochdale INDEX MAP to the PARISH of ROCHDALE

    endowed Brindle School . See the full account in Raines, op. cit. 109-44; Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . xiv, App. iv, 230 ; also O. Heywood , Diaries , ii, 276, 290. The dispensations to hold Rochdale with Brindle were

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    ), (t) 102, (m) 103 Brick Hall ( Eccleston ), 165 Briercliffe -with-Extwistle ( Whalley ), (t) 468, (m) 469 Brindle , 75 Broad Holden ( Whalley ), 430 Brockhall ( Blackburn ), 330 Buckshaw Hall ( Leyland ), 21

    Townships Windle

    419, m. 9; 420, m. 6 d ; 424, m. 2; see the accounts of Rainhill , Ashton -inMakerfield, and Brindle . In 1305 there was a suit between Alan de Burnhull and Thomas de Beetham , turning on the

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