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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    3 " " " Parish of Walton " 5 " " " " Sefton " 58 " " " " Childwall " 102 " " " " Huyton " 151 " " " Parishes of Halsall and Altcar " 183

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Upholland

    and the appropriate churches of Childwall and Whitwick . 161 Some additions had probably been made to their holding in Holland and Orrell before the Dissolution, and they then possessed a little land in Childwall parish, but the annual value

    Colleges Upholland

    Robert de Holland and at the request of Thomas, earl of Lancaster and Leicester , patron of the church. 8 Childwall , of which at first it had only held the advowson, 9 seems to have been appropriated to the

    Townships Halewood

    runs along the western boundary. A continuation of this road, which seems to be the old path from Liverpool through Childwall to Hale , has degenerated into a pathway along the boundary between Halewood and Speke ; the southern part

    Alien house The priory of Lancaster

    was granted; also the churches of Bolton-le-Sands , Heysham , Melling , Poulton , Preston , Kirkham , Croston , Childwall , and a moiety of Eccleston , and three in the Midlands , Cotgrave , Cropwell (both in Notting

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

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    CP.G.1685

    : township Childwall (Lancashire) Childwall(Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Ireland [Ireland] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: domestic servant to Gregory Ireland Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hutt (Hutt) : township Childwall (Lancashire) Childwall (Chellwey)

    CP.G.1709

    Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke (Speyke) : undefined Childwall (Chyldwall, Childewall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Ireland [Ireland] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hutt (Hutt) : township Childwall (Lancashire) Childwall(Childwall) :

    CP.G.2516

    Place(s): Childwall (Lancashire) Childwall (Childewall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Edward Halsall [Halsall] Role: defendant Details: male Notes: farmer of tithes in Childwall Participant: Henry Ecclestone [Ecclestone] Role: defendant Details: male Notes: farmer of tithes in Childwall

    CP.G.1691

    Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hutt (Hutt) : township Childwall (Lancashire) Childwall(Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Nicholas Wainewright [Wainwright] Role: witness Details: male; 20; yeoman Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Hale) : ecclesiastical parish Childwall(Childwall)

    CP.G.1686

    husbandman Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Hayle) : township Childwall(Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Howgrave [Howgrave] Role: witness Details: male; 60; husbandman Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Halewood (Haylwood) : township Childwall(Childwall) : ecclesiastical

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GASCOYNE, Bamber (1757-1824), of Childwall, Liverpool, Lancs.

    (1757-1824), of Childwall, Liverpool, Lancs. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1780 51796 Ofifces Held Capt. Roehampton vols. 1803. Biography Gascoyne’s mother’s inheritance gave him a considerable interest at Liverpool. In the contest of 1790 he was, however, assailed for his avowed support

    IRELAND, Gilbert (1624-75), of Hale Hall, Childwall, Lancs.

    of Hale Hall, Childwall, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire 1654 Lancashire 1656 Liverpool 1659 Liverpool 1660 Liverpool 1661 30 Apr. 1675 Ofifces Held Capt. of horse (parliamentary) by 1644-6; gov. Liverpool 1655-?59. Ofifces Held Commr. for northern assoc. Lancs. 1645, defence

    NORRIS, Thomas (1653-1700), of Speke Hall, Lancs.

    to secure the Government against Papists and the disaffected. He signed the Association in 1696, and was active against the local Jacobites. He died in June 1700, and was buried at Childwall. His brothers sat for Liverpool in several Parliaments.[footnote]

    NORRIS, Sir William (1501-68), of Speke, Lancs.

    inherited. He died on 30 Jan. 1568, shortly after he had been formally reconciled to Rome, and was buried at Childwall. His eldest son, William, had been killed in 1547 and his third but eldest surviving son Edward was now

    CHADERTON (CHATERTON), John (by 1515-57), of Portsmouth, Hants.

    Laurence, master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, or William, bishop of Chester and Lincoln, while his leasing of the rectory of Childwall, near Liverpool, is probably to be linked with his career rather than his origin. That Chaderton married a Hampshire

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Abel Ward, 13/1/1746

    DETAIL Surname Ward Forename Abel Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 13/1/1746 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Childwall// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Chester/24 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peploe, Samuel/Chester 1726- 1752 Comment

    Robert Whiston, 29/1/1742

    DETAIL Surname Whiston Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 29/1/1742 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Childwall// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Chester/23 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peploe, Samuel/Chester 1726- 1752 Comment

    William Ward, 18/9/1740

    DETAIL Surname Ward Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 18/9/1740 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Childwall// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Chester/23 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peploe, Samuel/Chester 1726- 1752 Comment

    Unknown Taylor, 10/8/1624

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Taylor Forename Unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Deprivation Date 10/8/1624 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Childwall// OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDA 1/4 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bridgeman, John/Chester 1619- 1652 Comment

    Unknown, 10/8/1624

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Unknown Forename Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Deprivation Date 10/8/1624 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Childwall// OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDA 1/4 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bridgeman, John/Chester 1619- 1652 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1768, 4 March 1768

    lecla eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for v " dividing and enclofing feveral Commons and Wafte E " Grounds within the Manor of Wavertree, in the " Parifh of Childwall, in the County Palatine of Lan- " cqfter." Ordered^ Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1768, 7 March 1768

    8 Geo. lit. Journals of the Houfe of Lords; and Joliff's Bill. To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aa: for divid- " ing and enclofing the Common Fields, and other " Commonable Lands and Grounds, in the lJarifli Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1768, 8 March 1768

    " ing and enclofing feveral Commons and Wafte " Grounds, within the Manor of Wavertree, in the " Parifh of Childwall, in the County Palatine of Lan. << cqfter." " An Ad for dividing and enclofing the " Open Fields, Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1768, 8 March 1768

    for dividing and enclofing feveral ce Commons, and Wafte Grounds, within the Manor of " Wavertree, in the Parifh of Childwall, in the County " Palatine of Lancaßer." " 50. An Act for dividing and enclofing the Open " Fields, Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1800, 16 June 1800

    feveral Commons " and Wafte Lands, in the Manors and Townfhips of " Hale and Halewood, in the Parifh of Childwall, in the " County Palatine of Lancafler," was committed ; " That they had confidered the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    living. On the 3d inst., the Lady of A. Fonblanque, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 16th ult., at Childwall church, the Rev. William ktadnefl, minister of Holy Trinity, Wavertree, to Miss Parr, of the saroe place. Perhaps there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brotherton, Yorkshire, lime burners-T. Holt, jun. and T. and W. Holt, Leeds, wool merchants-J. and W. Locker and T. Lacey, Childwall, Lancashire, omnibus proprietors-I Haselden and T. R. Bridson, jun. Undershore in Tonge, Lanca' shire, bleachers-R. Griffiths and J.frvine, Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proposed to sink two wells in the red sandstone in the neighbourhood of Aintree and Bootle, and to tap the Childwall Ridge, in order to increase the water supply of Liverpool. It is expected that a daily supply of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of tile late John Kitto, D.D., F.S.A., to Elizabeth, only daughter of tile late Adam Symon, Esq., of Dundee-At Childwall, the Rev. G. F. Brownse, M.A., Fellow of St Catharine's, Cambridge, to Mary Louisa, daughter of Sir John Stewart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for powers to make a gieat !s numner of new roads, footpats; and other works In r Eccles, Prescott, and Childwall (Lancashire), SaddleworthP as and Wortley (Yorkshire), and Workington (Cumber- laud). The diversion of part of the Lancaster Canal fih Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Church endowment: the "pious ancestor" theory refuted..., 1877

    7 Accrington : Christ Church , built 1840 373 11 5 Admarsh : Chapel re-built 65 9 9 Aigburgh ( Childwall ) : St. Anne's , built 1844 189 2 11 Ashton-upon-Ribble : St. Andrew's built 1836 63 7 4 Subscribers-only content

    Church endowment: the "pious ancestor" theory refuted..., 1877

    Chatburn : Christ Church , built 1838 65 4 9 Cheetham : St. Luke's , built 1839 303 6 9 Childwall : Church enlarged 95 4 9 Chorley : * St. George's , built 1826 711 8 5 Chorlton -upon-Medlock Subscribers-only content

    Church endowment: the "pious ancestor" theory refuted..., 1877

    , r Aughton , r Blackburn , v Bolton-le-Moors , v Brindle , r Bury, r JBurnley, r Chipping ,'!' Childwall , v Claughton , r JClitheroe, r Croston , ; Cockerham , r jDouglas, v Dalton , v Eccles Subscribers-only content

    Gratuitous education, 1885

    JOHN W. DIGGLE , M.A., Honorary Secretary of the Liverpool Council of Education; Incumbent of Mossley Sill, and Rural Dean of Childwall . Reprinted by the kind permission op tiie Author. 19, Warwick Street , Cockspur Street, London , S.W. Subscribers-only content

    Gratuitous education, 1885

    W. DIGGLE , M.A., Honorary Secretary of the Liverpool Council of Education; Incumbent of Mosaky Sill, and Sural Dean of Childwall . Reprinted by the kind permission of the Atjthob. ©ffir.es: 19. Warwick Street , C©ckspur Street. London , S.W. Subscribers-only content

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