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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bryning-with-Kellamergh

    Davenport held a plough-land (?) in Bryning and Kellame rgh and lands in Woodplumpton and Formby ; ibid, 52. Just a century later Thomas Beetham held the fourth part of a knight's fee in Bryning and Kellamergh , the relief

    Townships Warton

    heir. 17 Sir Robert de Beetham confirmed the Lytham charters, and agreed with the monks as to the bounds of Bryning and Warton on the Lytham side 18 ; he also gave land in the Bankhouses to Stanlaw Abbey .

    Townships Ribby -with-Wrea

    RIBBY , assessed as six plough-lands, 2 so that it included the later townships or hamlets of Ribby , Wrea, Bryning and Kellamergh . It was afterwards held in demesne by Count Roger of Poitou, who in 1094 granted tithes

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    Medlar -With- Wesham ; Ribby -With-Wrea; Bryning -With- Kellamergh ; Clifton-With -Salwick; Newton -With- Scales ; Freckleton ; Warton ; Westby -With-Plumptons; Weeton -With-Preese; Treales , Roseacre And Wharles ; Greenhalgh -With- Thistleton ; Little Eccleston -With- Larbreck ; Singleton

    Townships Kirkham

    Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. xv, no. 6; Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Rec. Soc), i, 34. James Bradley of Bryning held a burgage and windmill similarly in 1617 ; ibid, ii, 79. In addition Sir Robert de Pleasington held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thc decisionrof the Bofrd. Messrs. Birch Reees, en Hardlwick vere recommended by the coniinittee. an it. decided to add Mlr. Bryning as a fourth Ba'ynhag was finally elected, by the Cut casting vote in Isis favour.-This wa business of general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of poetage stamps. Twenty-two head of cat'le were burned to death In a fire which occurred at a farm at Bryning, near Aythara, on S~tturday night. Ann Tickster, widow, aged ixtfive yerar, resBding at Rotherham, was choked while eating her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liouese connected withI Clayton G.renge, inhabiterl~by Liske Jacobson, broken lisle ansdset on lire. Wtesasse oIu h ieoi A I Siuperintendent Bryning saidi that on Saturdayinmoring Ilasat lie had the femnale prisoners, Buriis and Calirey, brought into Isis office. They saidl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while mdavom-- in~ to capture the accused. Slome further eividsn0 havingbeen ivn pris-oner, on the ap Ii tion 16f n-superintendent Bryning, was again remand , ef 8 days. ,Wn~ ih na a tRx I~k A fire broke out on ',na Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lineI manufacturer, d. c. tosur. Nov.16, ard De. 14, at 11, at the Town Hall, Preston.-Sol. Mr. Makin, Riehard Bryning, Lytham, farmer. a SMITiH Percival Wood, late of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, nnerchant, to sur. Nov. 14. Subscribers-only content

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