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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Catterall

    Alan de Catterall respecting the manor of Catterall , and against Adam de Catterall respecting 4 oxgangs of land there; ibid. 216, m. 19 d. a V.C.H. Lancs , vi, 458. In 1287 Ralph granted to Alan de Catterall and

    Townships Mitton , Henthorn and Coldcoats

    the connexion between the Catterall family 16 and this manor, 17 but their successors the Shireburnes were described as 'of Little Mitton ,' 18 and probably made it their chief residence. Little Mitton was, like Catterall , purchased about 1665

    Townships Goosnargh

    Catterall , alleging a grant from Ralph de Catterall (temp. Edw. II ) to Paulin de Catterall and Alice his wife. Their daughter Margaret was plaintiff's mother; De Banco R. 427, m. 319 d. John son of John de

    Townships Barnacre-with-Bonds

    Hoghton 50 had lands in Howath and Catterall held of the Hospitallers by 2 s . 6 d . rent. 51 William Baylton died in 1638 holding a messuage, & , in Catterall and Barnacre of the king as of

    The parish of Garstang GARSTANG

    William Baylton in 1679 gave to trustees Dimples Field in Barnacre and Calder Field in Catterall for the poor of Barnacre and of Garstang and Catterall , and added £60 in money, which was spent on land in Forton .

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 275, September 1600, 01 September 1600-30 September 1600

    of Jas. Ligh, of Catterall. Knows none of the persons who assaulted the vicarage, but heard in the market at Garstang that they came from an alehouse called the Hollines. Also, Examination of Thos. Richardson, of Catterall, a trained soldier. Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    abundance of, in Bombay, p. 442. -, Flanders tiles or deals, p. 408. -, refuse, p. 64. -, measurer, see Catterall, John. Tin , 27, 45, 51, 54, 76, 80, 89, 163, p. 127, 241, p. 154, 262, p. 208,

    Roger Whitley's Diary, February 1692, 01 February 1692-29 February 1692

    to Chester past 4; retorned about 12. 23.Tuesday, the husbandman went to Shotwick early; Morgan came about 12, ( & Catterall interl.) Harison when we were at dinner; Vernon about 3; also Jackson, Minshall, Jones, Danot, Bradshaw, & c. they

    East Indies, July 1626, 04 July 1626-31 July 1626

    be perfected. Concerning the dismission of John Catterall the timber measurer, he was ordered westward to buy great timber to finish the work, and therefore for a time it was resolved to continue Catterall as formerly. July 12. The Persian

    Index, P, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    166, 444. the corporation of, Sir R. Cecil to nominate a burgess in Parliament for, 443, 444. Mayor of. See Catterall. Preston (Presson) : Sir Amyas, Vice-Admiral of the Narrow Seas, 131, 319. , letter from, 170. Thomas, letter from,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laughter *as excited by the anxiety of both husbands to get rid of the lady. A serjeant of Marines, named Catterall, stated that he married the prisoner in 1825. Being of a roving disposition, the lady took it into hrheadtogooff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilding commenced kicking Rogerson out- side the house, and the latter ran to Pendlebury for protection. They then proceeded towards Catterall (where they' lived in the same house as Wilding), their companion staying behind. In a short time, Benson, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bo ton, mill- wrights. [Higson and Robinson, Manchester-Jane Hartley, Middleton, Lam- cashire, joiner. [Cabbeit and Wheeler, Mtanchester.-T. Kirkhrim, Blaclsburn, spinner. [Catterall, Preston.J. 'Kirkham, Blackiburn, rotten manufacturer. [Sale, Worthington, and Shipman, cManceseter. Diviedendsa-Dec. 27, T. Brooks, Henrietta street, Covent garden, wins Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEETING OF CoLLIEns ON STRIKE, NEAlR WIGAs'.-On Monday afternoon nearly a thousand colliers snet on Asuberswood Common, when J ames Catterall pre- sided, and delivered an address, urging upon the colliers to be peaceable and orderly in their behaviour. Hepro. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in P'ark Lane, near Wigwan by Mesrs. Mercer and Evans. Eight men were engaged as usual; two, named Goulding and Catterall, being at work ramuilg a shot when by semin nucals a sprlrk reached the vowder they werO using, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOTELER, Nicholas (c.1384-c.1455), of Rawcliffe, Lancs.

    hastened Sir Thomas’s own death, which occurred shortly afterwards. His widow, Margery, obtained a generous dower settlement of land in Catterall and Garstang; and it was in keeping with his policy of consolidating both family ties and wealth through marriage

    IPRES, Sir Ralph (c.1336-1397), of Quernmore, Lancs.

    also at this time that Sir Ralph acquired the wardship and marriage of Gaunt’s young tenant, Richard Catterall, whose extensive estates in Catterall, Goosnargh, Inskip and Wrightington were leased to him at just over £43 a year. In the event,


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