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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Chatburn

    Townships ChatburnCHATBURN Chatteburn, 1241. Chatburn occupies a piece of hilly ground sloping west and north to the Ribble and its tributary the Ings Beck , which with some minor variations form the boundary of the parish and county at

    Townships Worston

    many as three hearths. 1 Manor Like Chatburn WORSTON was part of the demesne of the honor of Clitheroe , and the halmote courts were held together for Pendleton , Worston and Chatburn . 2 The township was assessed as

    Townships Old Laund Booth

    1274. In 1609 John Paslew of Wiswell and Alice his wife, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Robinson , late of Chatburn , made a general release to Edmund Robinson of Old Laund and Agnes his wife ; ibid. no. 1270.

    Townships Downham

    tenants and the tenants of Chatburn also respecting Downham Green , which had been inclosed. 33 The following are examples of the complaints: Early in the former reign the tenants of the queen's manor of Chatburn alleged that all the

    Townships Clitheroe

    by Pimlico (the ancient Greenlache) towards Horrocksford , and then turns east to Chatburn ; a second branch, at York Street , leads more directly to Chatburn , passing the workhouse by the way; while the third, Wellgate, goes south-east

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    1731 People & Places Participant: AnneTaylor [Taylor] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Wife of John Taylor Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chatburn(Chatburn) : chapelry Participant: RichardWebster [Webster] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Woollen weaver Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Worston (Worsten) :


    [Sturdie; Sturdye] Role: witness Details: male; 30; husbandman Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rimington (Rimington) : undefined Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chatburn (Chatburne) : undefined Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Gisburn (Gisburne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Craven (Craven)


    Place(s): Nelson (Marsden) : undefined Lancashire Participant: Thomas Law [Law] Role: witness Details: male; 50; yeoman Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chatburn (Chatburne) : undefined Lancashire Participant: Nicholas Robinson [Robinson] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Employment: parish clerk Location: Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding)


    in Craven (Thornton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RobertTaylor [Taylor] Role: witness Details: male; 54; Yeoman Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chatburn(Chatburn) : undefined Participant: JamesFowle [Fowles] Role: witness Details: male; 28; Yeoman Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Trawden (Trawden) : undefined


    undefined Location: Manchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Manchester (Manchester) : undefined Cockpit Hill (Cockpit Hill) : undefined Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chatburn(Chatburn) : undefined Location: Derbyshire Place(s): Derbyshire (Derbyshire) : undefined Location: London (London) : undefined Location: Manchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Salford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    payment of Is. each, 6,130 ; total, 7,306. Of these, 2,375 arrived by railway, including some special trains from Chester, Chatburn, the Potteries, Macclesfield, Birmingham, Preston, Shrewsbury, and Wakefield. The returns for Tuesday were as follow:-Admissions by season tickets, 1,283; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    44)s. and all costs for defrau.I ing the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, He had taken a return ticket from Chatburn to Whalley, but travelled to Blackburn, paying excess fare on thle olt'ward jeosruey. In retUrning, however, he did not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bristol, and for other purposest ' A bill for making a railway from the Lancashire oil Yorksbire Railway at Chatburn to the North Wei. tern Railway at Settle, to be called "Thue lAit blesdale Railway," and for other purposes.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addition to the railway aystemi of the conntry was commenced on Thursday. It is only a short loop line from Chatburn to lIellifield, through the roinsntie valley of tlse Tpper Rilbble. Its effect, however will be to shotten the distance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LoseecIt1re and ineclrtele, Conaolittlata 4 ier cent. IPreference, 1014 ; London, Firightlen, fcc., 44 per cant., 1595, 111.3 ; London, Chatburn, &e., Actbltrallen, 4.4 par cent,, W45, 2; Londen end Nerth-Western, Censelidsted, 4 per cent.,: icelferecce, 109 1, 4;uracienester .Sheltllld, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    . See Charolais. Chart , Great-, Kent, g. 942 (49). Charte , John, 452. Chartham , Kent, g. 942 (61). Chatburn (Chatborne) , Lanc., g. 611 (13). Chateaubriand , M. de, governor of Brittany, 543 (p. 246 bis ), 704.


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