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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Croxteth Park

    Townships Croxteth Park CROXTETH PARK Croxstath, 1228, 1297; Crocstad, 1257; Croxthat, 1330. This township, formerly part of Knowsley but independent and extra-parochial from the twelfth century owing to its inclusion in the forest, has an area of 959 acres. The

    Townships Tarbock

    8 d . from Tarbock, which had been withheld for forty years past; Croxteth D. Z, i, 29. Kuerden MSS. iii, T. 2, n . 4, 5. Croxteth D. Z, i, 25. Ibid. Z, i, 26-8. He granted a rent

    Townships Thornton

    his lands in Thornton and Sefton ; ibid. K. 33. Croxteth D. Y. ii-deeds of 2 March, 1756 , and 8-9 June, 1773 . Kuerden MSS. v, fol. 84. Croxteth D. O. ii, 14. Raines, Chantries (Chet. Soc.), 111. Norris

    Townships Great Crosby

    varied from generation to generation. 48 A number of 'Papists' registered their estates here in 1717 - Henry Aspinwall of Croxteth , Richard Cartwright , Edward Hatton , John Hunt , John Johnson , Robert Johnson , John Lurting, Thomas

    Townships Litherland

    Brademoor; Croxteth D. G. ii, 12. Richard Ballard 's land is mentioned in a charter of 1336; Moore D. n . 696. Adam son of Henry Ballard granted land in Orrell to John de Gorsthill in 1343 ; Croxteth D.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOLYNEUX, John II, of Croxteth and New Hall, Lancs.

    II, of Croxteth and New Hall, Lancs. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1584 Ofifces Held ?J.p. Lancs.; burgess, Liverpool 1589. Biography Curiously little is known about Molyneux, returned to Parliament in 1584 by the chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster. He has

    MOLYNEUX, Richard II (c.1559-1623), of Croxteth and Sefton, Lancs.

    II (c.1559-1623), of Croxteth and Sefton, Lancs. Constituency Dates Wigan 1572 Lancashire 1584 Lancashire 1593 Lancashire 1604 Ofifces Held Hereditary constable, Liverpool castle; steward of Blackburn hundred, duchy of Lancaster 1581; j.p. from c.1583; mayor, Liverpool 1588-9; sheriff, Lancs. 1588-9,

    MOLYNEUX, William Philip, 2nd Earl of Sefton [I] (1772-1838), of Croxteth Hall, nr. Liverpool, Lancs.

    Philip, 2nd Earl of Sefton [I] (1772-1838), of Croxteth Hall, nr. Liverpool, Lancs. Constituency Dates Droitwich 2 Apr. 1816 151831 Ofifces Held Master of the Quorn 1800-5. Ofifces Held Maj. commdt. Croxteth vols. 1803. Biography Lord Glenbervie, inevitably, doubted Sefton’s

    CREEVEY, Thomas (1768-1838).

    butt Michael Angelo Taylor* and his wife entertained Whigs and the duke of Sussex, Creevey went to Sefton"s seat at Croxteth, near Liverpool, in November 1822. He was astounded and amused to learn from John Lambton, Member for County Durham

    KENYON, George (1666-1728), of Peel Hall, Lancs.

    Lancs. 1698–d.; vice-chancellor, duchy of Lancaster and steward of Salford Hundred Nov. 1706–15; master forester of the Symonds Wood and Croxteth 1706–?d. Biography Kenyon’s father was one of the central figures of Lancashire Toryism in the 1690s, and George’s early

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwesnidog, oddiar 1 loan iii, 2. WIlLTAamS-Ar y 5ed cyfisol, yn southport, Elizabeth Catherine, priod Mr. W. H. Williams, 1.3, Croxteth (rove, Liverpvol. a merch hynaf Mr. Lewis Lewis, U.H., Quellyn, Caernarfon. Marwolaeth a Chladdedigaeth Mrs. DAVIES, RESOLVEN. Bu farw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, a Miss Lizzie Lewis, Hope St ; Miss Wil- liams, MoOS B'nki; Miss Griffitbe, Eversley St.; Mrs D. Dsvie', Croxteth . Raid; Mis. Babb, Kelvin Grove; Mrs. Edwards, Bedford St., &c. Cafwyd cy- farfod dyddarol a. ad idul r; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Jones a'r teulu, R zs. Upper Parliament Street, 13p lOs. ; Mni. N. Bebb, d D. Daniel, D. Davies, Croxteth Road, E. Jones, T yn Bentley Road, ac. H. Jones, Kingsley Road, lop. Y bob un; Mr. R. Hughes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JULY MEETING.-Wednesday's racer. The Croxteth Stakes. Lord Westminster's Satirist, 4 yrs (Marson) . . Mr Heseltine's The Shadow, 6 yrs . Duke of Richmond's The Currier, 6 yrs . Sir John Gerard's Meal, 3 yrs Won easy by a length; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hearty plaudits of the assemblage. Her Majesty afterwards ascended the Lungess Tower, and then returned to the station, proceeding to Croxteth hall, the seat of the Earl of Sefton, where she arrived about half-past five o'clock, and was received by Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 9th October 1851

    & Bertie with us, the 2 others in the next carriage, for Liverpool, which is in fact 3 miles from Croxteth . The road was lined with people, & all, poor things so wet! The atmosphere was so thick, one

    Wednesday 8th October 1851

    October 1851 Croxteth Hall Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription A very fine morning. Alas! our last in Scotland & we are already far away from the dear Highlands . We started at ½ p. 8, driving right through Edinburgh to the

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Oldham almanack and year book of local and general information. for 1875., 1875

    , Esq., Ellerbeck , Chorley .' Lord Lieutenant-The Earl of Sefton , Croxteth park, Liverpool . Ghancellor of the Duchy-Right Hon. Colonel Taylor . Deputy Lieutenant-Jos. Jones, Esq. Clerk of the Crown-T. S. Shuttleworth , gentleman, Preston . County Auditor- Subscribers-only content

    A watchmaker's scraps, 1890

    think so, and wili, with opportunity, let their leaders know it. Peter honours the great Lords of Knowsley and of Croxteth , having good cause. Nathless, right is right, but it's wrong, monstrous wrong, that huge ground rentals in and Subscribers-only content


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