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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARD, William I.

    Lancaster in the Parliament of 1529, and in 1568 a namesake received a lease for 21 years of lands in Carnforth and Ashton, Lancashire. There is nothing to suggest that Ward was, or was connected with, the William Ward who

    LAURENCE, Robert (c.1371-1439), of Dillicar, Westmld. and Ashton, Lancs.

    as his second wife, Agnes, the daughter of Robert Washington, through whom he acquired land and reversions in Bolton-le-Sands and Carnforth. Thanks to his increased prosperity, which was in part due to his work as a royal servant, he also

    LEYBURN, Sir James (by 1490-1548), of Cunswick, Westmld.

    July and died on 20 Aug. 1548. He had recently acquired a 44-year lease of the Lancashire manors of Ashton, Carnforth and Scotforth from William Parr and this he left to his wife for 18 years with remainder to his

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