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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Kirkby Ireleth

    in pasture. The township is governed by a parish council of ten members. The cross which gave its name to Crosshouse , the old residence of the lords of the manor, is said to have been destroyed by Archbishop Sandys

    Index A-K

    Bolton-le-Sands ch., 128 n , 129; Carsgill, 395 n ; Claughton , 215; Cockerham , 95 n ; Covell, 34; Crosshouse , 392; Dalton , 307; Flookburgh , 270; Halton chyd., 119, 123; Heysham , 110, 116, Hornby ch., 200;

    Townships Goosnargh

    Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Chet. Soc), i, 66. Richard Catterall in 1440 -1 made a feoffment of Fisherplace and Crosshouse ; Towneley MS. DD , no. 755. Sir Adam de Hoghton in 1376 complained of the depasturing of his

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 1702-1717

    To son Thomas "one great Board or Table lying in y e Crosshouse, y e lesser brass pann, one Iron Crock, one feather Bed, one dust Bed now lying in y e Chamber over y e Kitchin, one feather Boulster,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the C; trn1an Pacifc and Grand Trunk Rddways, disklx-sasrt; morning. the Rev. W. Wyts, minisnter of the E-rtabl-Ted Church at Crosshouse. Avt--ire. dcie In Fdinbi-zi 3nfirna-ary yesterday frona an ov-erdr,s* of laudanun, taken in an Edanlburgb hotel on Mo;dacy-. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deciding course, Mr. Matthews's Maniac. CLYDESDALE CLUB MEETING, Dac. 28, 29, and 30,-The Douglas Stakes were won by Mr. Pollock's Crosshouse; Lord Eglinton's Duke. of Wellington ran up. The E-linton Stakes were won v Mr. Camp s bell's Blythswood; Marquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    typhoid fever. Still he was unconvinced, though steadily getting worse, but subsequently he was told of a Mr. Owens, at Crosshouse, near by, nearly at death's door, whose life had been saved by . Dr. Williams' pink pills. Mr. M'Bride Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH FEOM AN OVEEDOSE OF LAUDANUM. The Rev. W. Wyse, minister of the Established Chnrqh at Crosshouse, Ayrshire, died in Edin- burgh Infirmary yesterday from an overdose of laudanum taken in an Edinburgh hotel on Mon- day. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    typhoid fever. Still he was unconvinced, though steadily getting worse, but subsequently he was told of c Mr Owens, at Crosshouse, near by, nearly at devth's door, whose life had bom saved by Dr. Williams' pink pills. Mr M'Bride continued, Subscribers-only content

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