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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cleveley

    Townships CleveleyCLEVELEY Cliveley, c. 1270. Like Forton , Cleveley lies in Amounderness Hundred, and is divided between two parishes. The greater part, including a small detached fragment on the south-east bank of the Wyre , is within Cockerham ;

    The parish of Cockerham COCKERHAM .

    In AMOUNDERNESS: Forton ; Cleveley (Part) The boundaries of this parish, situated on the borderland of two hundreds, are peculiar. Before the Conquest the Cocker was the boundary of Amounderness, and thus Crimbles, Forton and Cleveley were in that hundred,

    Townships Forton

    subsoil of marl. There is a parish council. A school board was formed in 1875 , the district including also Cleveley and Holleth. 2 Manor Earl Tostig held FORTON in 1066 , when it was assessed as one plough-land, as

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    6 s At Cleveley a water-mill and the moiety of another were worth £4, a mill at Garstang 40 s ., the moiety of a mill at Sandholm 46 s . 8 d ., a fulling-mill at Cleveley and the

    Townships Holleth, Cleveley and Cabus

    Holleth, Cleveley and Cabus HOLLETH Holouth, 1326; Holuith, 1329; Holough, 1375. This township is entirely separated from the main part of the parish by Forton in Cockerham , and about 60 acres of its southern edge lie in the latter

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, March 1691, 21-31, 01 March 1691-31 March 1691

    manor of Cheveley, co. Cambridge, and the capital messuage called Cleevly [Cheveley ] , alias Chevely, in the parish of Cleveley [Cheveley ] and the park [thereto ] , containing 250 acre s, and four messuages, six cottages and 450

    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    parcel of the possesions of John, late Lord Lumley and the turbary called Sampole, also the hamlets of Wyresdale and Cleveley, co. Lancaster. The manor of Kendal was of the clear yearly value of 21s. 2d., the manor of Crosthwaite

    Index, A - E

    " , St. John's Wall, 21 " , Wood (Woodes) Close, Field called, 126, 287 " , see Clarken Well Cleveley , Thomas, 190 Clevesbee , Ascul ph, 277 Cleyton , Launcelot Clayton alias Captain, 214 Clifford's Inn , 189,

    Cases before the Committee, January 1654, 01 January 1654-31 January 1654

    85 153 Thos. Garstang, Brindle, co. Lancaster, has but little land, which is in co. Hereford. 142 563 Rich. Greene, Cleveley, co. Lancaster (petition missing) Rich. Greyson, Ashton, in Amounderness, co. Lancaster 142 333 John Harrison, Ashton in Amounderness, co. Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    -, Thomas, apothecary to the Royal Hospital, Ireland, 1620. Chevall , John, house in Queen Street, 630. Cheveley , Cleevly, Cleveley, co. Cambridge, advowson, manor and parish church of, 1075. Cheyne (Cheney), John, of Combs, Suffolk, clerk, 250. -, Sir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUTESDArS LONDON GAZETTE. This Gazette contains an extract of a letter frlt m Scomberg, of his Majesty's ship Loire, giving an accoust( ;the capture-of Le Hebe, French national shi? of war, rolnli, eighteen 24-pounders, carronades, and twvo longtweivej, aitj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    100 to 7 citc-l aSt a 'isloliscslos tGoldens SGate, andI Y's'ippler-in, 20 to 1 schl igst lisits Isashsle, ,tishler, and Cleveley, tans 60 to 1 "t' Pa-sutic--After severa' br eaks snsay, the: lot w-ere deslpa"-hQel on fairly eqnul- teruss, Antler Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aZl. Aitt1hdannll messrit smile and a half. Jennings, :\ )lehs5 uc'and h~napmaate coveced a mile; W. Arnull's 'c isc0, and Cleveley came a like distance. 5; D 5 e mlealt a atile and a half. Enoch's Peppermnint lIedBte5 and tree~qttanter}. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    houseenaKd ian kept,-3t. iloseley Hoald . cS822 d W NERIAL Sevant WVIaned, at once; good cliaxaoter; to do plaib cooking.-biss Cleveley, 135. Broad btreet . cs~ll (IRL (respectable) Wanted. about14, to Aemait 3cile.Apy -G a outh View, Proepeci Rod ioee.Cl9tS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grand Jury: Mr. B. Townshend Brown, Upton Suods- a Cbury- foreman; Messrs. T. Bradley, Rock; W. a Cartridge, Saiwarpe; T. Cleveley Stock; J. Corbett, r, Malvern; W. Dean, Warlcy; D. Dickerson, Abberley; a . J. Dorrell, Rock; MI. G. lxarrer, Subscribers-only content

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