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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships North Meols

    , began to hold meetings at Churchtown and Southport . He was succeeded in 1802 by the Rev. George Greatbatch, who died at Southport in 1864 . The first chapel was built at Churchtown in 1807 , the minister fixing

    Townships Kirkland

    on its north bank is situated the old parish church, nearly two miles south of Garstang . The hamlet called Churchtown adjoins. The hall is somewhat to the north of it, and Humblescough lies in the north-west corner. The area

    Townships Garstang

    of the poor.' 15 In this way the distinction between Garstang Churchtown and Garstang Market-town became established, and now the latter is known as Garstang absolutely, the former being Churchtown . Borough In 1679 a charter of incorporation was granted

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    Easter, Whit Monday (with races), Monday after 23 October , and 5 November. 60 The town of Cartmel , formerly Churchtown , 61 has no township of its own, but lies partly in Lower Allithwaite and partly in Upper Holker

    Townships Upper Holker

    de Stockenbridge, and to the heirs of John de Oxcliffe; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxii, App. 364-5. Gilbert Walton of Churchtown buried his wife Ellen 22 Apr. 1621 and married Elizabeth Addison 30 Oct. following; Reg. Walton and Grisgarth, lately

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1825, 29 April 1825

    " suffered under the Sentence of the Law ?" " I did on Three Occasions; I attended them at " Churchtown where they suffered, in consequence of the " Attack made on the Police Barracks at Carriganimi " and Dashure." Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1825, 4 July 1825

    Perp. Cur. Total - - Kilkenny, West Gallen Slane Farhane Clonmacnoise Kilmore Tullaniore Clonfadforan Moymet Churchtown Killalon Leney Ratbmolien Rathbeggan Ardbraccan Retain Clonmacduff Liscarton Martry Churchtown Enniscoffey Athlone, St. Mary's - Lemanaghan Syddan Mitchelstown Killarvy Newtown Fertullagh - Killeagh KiHyon Subscribers-only content

    13 September 1831, 13 September 1831

    Stoney Stanton of Lower Canada for Redress of Grievances. Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Churchtown: the Parish of Churchtown, in the Diocese of Cloyne and County of Cork, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Temple Michael, &c ; Youghal; and Dun- garvan, 907. — Clonpriest, 908. — Kells; and Navan, 917. — Newmarket, Cork; Churchtown; Ballynakill and Kil- croan ; St. Mary's, Athlone; Whitechurch; and Johnstown and Walterstown, 974. — Ratoath ; Kilbolane; Ballyclough Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1832, 6 June 1832

    Abolition of: (Retain, &c:) Kentstown & Bally- niagarvey : Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders and Inhabitants of Retain, Churchtown and Clonmaduff, in the County of Meath, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed ; praying, " That their Lordships Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    and the house late Chr. Parnter at Low. Fourth form . Mr. Knipe, Dawsonfold; Will m Ormandy, Churchtown; Jas. Briggs, Townend; John Dickinson, Churchtown; W m Rowlandson, Mosside; Rob t Dickinson, Kirktowne. Fifth forme . Mr. W m Knipe, Dawsonfold;

    George III, September 1771, 01 September 1771-30 September 1771

    of Ardbrackan, Liscartan, and Rateyne, vicar of Martry and curate of Churchtown, in the dio cese and county of Meath, praying that the parishes of Liscartan, Rateyne, Martry, and Churchtown may be for ever united to the parish and church Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 November 1691-31 December 1692

    , the, expulsions from preferment of foreigners in ( see also Ecclesiastical Matters). Churchill , Col. El. Joshua Thomas William Churchtown (co. Cork) Chute , Thomas Cirusano , John Pauli Claasen , Joseph Simon Claasz , Abraham Jacob Claes Tryntje Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    Sir Richd. Brown at 10 l . 3 s . 5 d. per an . quit rent. [Lands in ] Churchtown, Halltown, in the barony of Navan and granted 10 July, 1668, to John French at 11 l . 10

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 6 June 1832, 06 June 1832-06 June 1832

    Rates, (Ireland,) Petitions for Abolition of: (Retain, & c:) Upon reading the Petition of the Landholders and Inhabitants of Retain, Churchtown and Clonmaduff , in the County of Meath , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying, "That their Lordships will

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult, by his horse (one of Mr. Carlile's agents, no doubt) falling and rolling Otver bi, The accident occurred near Churchtown, when his Grace W5 e on lhs %ay into Dublin. No sort of serious consequence was ap- preheaged. VAUXUAL,.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a tremendous sea struck her and carried away her wheel, when she became unmalag& able, and ran on shore near Churchtown, a small village near Hook Tower, and became a total wreck. It is mnelan- choly to add that six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    president of the admiralty for forty-seven years, and retired from the service only last year. SIr ARTHUR BLENNIosaAnsSETT, BART., of Churchtown house, near Killarney, died last week of cholera. THE HON. FeANeS EDEN died of paralysis on Thursday, at Eden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Waterloo Plate twelve months ago. Lobster Sauce is a dog likely to perform well over the Waterloo country; and Churchtown, if he is as fast as his brother, Cloud of Snow, should also win a course or two. Barcelona, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a proces- sion w as formed on Tuesday night, consisting of between one and two thousand Nationalists. These marched to Churchtown graveyard, whero Ahearne was buried, the band playing the iDead March." Orations were delivered at the grave side, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PERCEVAL, Henry Frederick John James, Visct. Perceval (1796-1841).

    the family"s finances were already in a state of crisis. Debts of some �300,000 had accumulated on the estate at Churchtown, county Cork, and the property at Enmore, Somerset, was also heavily encumbered. The barrister engaged to defend Perceval"s will

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    farmer Rockbrook, Cruagh, Rathfarnham, farmer Whitebarn , Whitehall , Rathfarnham, farmer Ballyboghill House, J.P. Templeogue, millwright Timon, S., Tallaght, farmer Churchtown , Dundrum, farmer Donnycarney, Fairview , carrier In the letter M there remained the following :- P George McCracken, Subscribers-only content

    Jury packing in Ireland., 1887

    Kingstown , Bayview, Green Lanes , Clontarf, Prince Edward -terrace, Blackrock , 103 Haddington-road , Up Baggotrath, Albert-road, Kingstown , Churchtown , Dundrum, 4 Marino Crescen t, Clontarf, 16 Mountpleasant -square, Ranelagh , Shallon Ward, Shallon, Ballydowd, Lucan, Fosterstown, Swords, Subscribers-only content

    [List containing name of President, Vice-Presidents and General Committee members ] ., 1860

    Manor , Sligo . Waller, Rev. John Thomas , Castletown , Limerick . Waddy, John, Esq, M.D, J.P, Clougheast Castle, Churchtown , Wexford . Watson, S. H, Esq, Lumclone, Carlow . Winn, Rowland , Esq, Appleby Hall , Brigg . Subscribers-only content

    Loyalty plus murder, 1884

    J.P., Pencil Hill R. Aldworth (Lieut.- Col. ), J.P., Cheltenham T. Roche , J.P., Annakissa Thomas S. Trench (Capt.), J.P., Churchtown R. T. Gray , J.P., Lota, Cork R. Warren , J. P., Crookstovvn Adam Newman , J. P., Monkstown Subscribers-only content

    The power of judges to punish f or contempt of court: as exemplified by the case of the high sheriff of Dublin, 1882, 1882

    57. J. Orichton Carleton , 62 Northumberland-road , stockbroker. 58. David Davis , 2 Eathmines, merchant. 59. Francis Fitzgerald , Churchtown , Dundrum, army officer. 60. Francis F. Gaynor , Killiney-house, Killiney, retired army officer. 61. Henry Alexander Hamilton , Subscribers-only content

 

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