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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr

    Irwell. Horse-races formerly took place near Cowpe . 7 A catastrophe known as Cowpe Flood occurred in 1838 , due, it is said, to a 'cloudburst' on the hill at the head of Cowpe Valley . 8 The township has

    The parish of Bury INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BURY

    End ; Tottington Lower End ; Musbury ; Cowpe ; Lench; Newhall Hey; Hall Carr INDEX MAP to the PARISH of BURY The parish of Bury , of which two townships- Cowpe -Lench and Musbury -lie in the hundred of

    Townships Cuerdale

    subsidy rolls record no persons assessed on lands except the lord of the manor. In 1626 Robert Langton and William Cowpe were assessed upon goods. 36 The Census Rep. of 1901 gives 689 acres, of which 19 are inland water.

    The parish of Lancaster Fulwood

    , John Kendall , James Hatch , John Chew , John Sudall, Thomas Werden, Thomas Coseney, Thomas Miller and William Cowpe ; Estcourt and Payne, Engl. Cath. Nonjurors , 95, & c. The Kendall family here named produced several notable

    Townships Newchurch

    8 d .; Wolfenden Booth , lately £6 (with Cowpe ), now £4 1 s . 7 d ., to John Heap , William and Nicholas Ashworth and Edmund Shaw , Cowpe being let separately for £5 13 s .

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 9 May 1662, 09 May 1662-09 May 1662

    he the said Mr. Rigby is Inheritor) to his own House: And that the said Mr. Shuttleworth had, by Thomas Cowpe his Attorney, caused several vexatious Actions of Trespass to be commenced against Henry Bannester, George Kighley, James Topping ,

    Wills, 11 Henry VI (1432-3)

    of the church of S. Martin within Ludgate, a certain quitrent of five marks, charged on a tenement called "le Cowpe on the hoop," & c., in Fletestrete in the parish of S. Martin af oresaid, in aid of a

    Letters and Papers, September 1539, 11-15, 01 September 1539-30 September 1539

    2. Pensions assigned to the late prioress and nuns of Marry k, Yorks., 15 Sept. 31 Hen. VIII., viz.: Christabell Cowpe r, prioress, 100 s .; Marg. Levechild, Joan Norres, Marjory Conyars, Eliz. Dalton, Eleanor Maxwell, Joan Barnyngham, Joan Marton,

    Index of subjects

    for an obit, 4, 11, 14, 61, 81, p. xvii; milch, 11; to keep a light, 40, 81, p. xvii Cowpe , see Cup Cradle , cradyll, 178 (p. 104), p. xx Creepers , crepers, pair of, 178 (p. 103)

    Glossarial index

    370. Conys , n. p . rabbits, 270. Cook , 156. Cooper , payment to, 269. Cope , Cooppe, Coppe, Cowpe, n . cup, 26, 46, 257, 357. Copes , xlvi, lxix, lxxv, 26, 27, 30, 31, 51, 101, etc.;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blyth, Northumberland, patent imitation marble masufacturers-Cowpe, Melalr, and Co. Blackburn, Lanes. shire, cotton cloth maninfactuirers; as far as regards C. Cowpe and Alice Picskp-1. and A1. Davis. New Bnod street, mathe- matical instrument makers-P. Barstow and (. Purdy, Leeds, bricklayers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RuSgeley, Staffordshire, chemists-J, Heath and Son, Bishop's, to~rtfoidj Hertfordshfre, porter mocohoists-Sellman and Crumop- ton,rShrewsbury, tinmen-3. and L. Haworth and S. Cowpe, Has- lingden, Lancashire, flannel manufacturers-Foster and Stewart, Liverpool, architects-H. Saunders and R. Keywood, Brighton, plumbers-W. fine and Co. Wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re nulade' -ormindable opeos't.ioLn was . ;wace ir(olS(c'd DY tile mann d ion of this 1.lapu. Liberals like 'Jr W. Cowpe Rr C. Bu:o- totI, ialcl Colonel ft h oyd SaiJ if PWo, ildlberal, '1" eae.le it Mou"".d ;:olapel tCo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    understand being kept down by men tai like Cromwell, but not by poor, petty, thin shadows of ha' imen like Cowpe and Spencer. and other English so-called statesmnen.-is[r. Healy, hMr. T. Sullivan, and Mr. Biggar also spoke after which resolutions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OEHI-A leeje number from Crown to Double Royal, all ta good working order.s-JAS BSALMON 13, Parsonage. "OUBMUsown PPERFRTING HACHINE, by Cowpe, AMSQ-JAB. SALMON. 13, Parsonuege Nmobane M9r}TAL 5TYPE (Second.hand).-Mpwvards of 5Il IMiTONS. Sorted from nonrareil to 14-line- egreat hagsfai. ;LiatndA Subscribers-only content

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