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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barton

    held of the king in thegnage by Walter son of Osbert, ancestor of the Cliftons of Westby , by the service of £2 annually. 5 The Cliftons and their heirs retained the mesne lordship of Barton , 6 which in

    Townships Kirkham

    which has already been recorded. The Dean and Chapter of Christ Church , Oxford , leased the manor to the Cliftons of Lytham , 16 but in 1871 the manor and part of the land were sold to Thomas Langton

    Townships Clifton -with-Salwick

    brother William. 22 A division ensued, Clifton going to the daughter and Westby to the brother, 23 and thus the Cliftons became known as 'of Westby .' Elizabeth by her second husband Sir William Molyneux 24 had a daughter and

    Townships Bleasdale

    Dep . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), 34. One moiety of Fairsnape and Blindhurst passed by marriage to the Cliftons of Lytham and thence by sale to William Garnett of Salford . The other moiety remained in the Parkinson

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Lytham

    conflict with their neighbours, the Butlers of Lytham , 84 the Beethams of Bryning and Kellamergh , 85 and the Cliftons of Westby . In 1320 Prior Roger of Tynemouth complained to the earl of Lancaster that William de Clifton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re.... practice. (See the opinion of an eminent Physician, as an irrefragable proof of their efficacy, practising e tensively at Cliftons and Bristol, on the wrapPer sor- ronditig each box of Pills.) And the increasing sale of SYDENHAM'S M1- BILIOUS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the race of the merely idle and imaginative went on in all things very much as before. The Brightons, the Cliftons, and the Chelten- 1 halms of the colony still retained a class both of reasoners and i preachers at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .EDUOATIONAL. TEAMINGTON COLLEGE.-SCO~jLAaRSrnp1 EX-( L ~AMI1NATION BEGINS NWEDNEswAy, 19th July. - For partlonhier 'apply to the Principal. c24J MMIY COLLEGE, North Wales,-I'reparation. for a]l R ~ xamlnutions: entrance oud other scholarships; highest er Preferences; thorough supervision: honmo comforts; low Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C ol cr Row, ltuirm glam. 23S16 d SP____B_ OO_ 6, lrarm Roati(.-Comfortlulb Rouse to Let.- V - 6.PARKBROOK.-No. 3, Cliftons Villas Warwvick Road, near brer- M - W5sn ; deitig deaswti. nod six boot 1cootus. ktlucs with tongs,' n. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    002 .Q1011HlLL (New-Road) -To Let, six-roomed Celta~ge Resideiice. IK. , Possemsion at MnIohelman--Apiply; on lbs premises.' c6475 C2FARTl(BR(M3K ,No. 3, Cliftons Villas, -Warwick Rood, nea 13 Mermnaid. Din"Ing, drawing, and six bed rooms, kitchen, with ,range. Rent £30 -No 3 Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The congregationalist. January, 1879, 1879

    and The Boys of Highfleld. -- From the Wesleyan Conference Office we have received The History of the Teacup, The Cliftons and their Play-hours, The Unwelcome Bay, and The Bear's Den. -^ < o« > - CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORD . Subscribers-only content

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