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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Culcheth

    demised to Richard de Culcheth , her son-in-law, her dower in the mill at Culcheth , and granted that her tenants should grind there as in Gilbert de Culcheth 's life; Culcheth D. no. 23. Culcheth D. no. 20; it

    Townships Newton

    William Culcheth ; ibid. bdle. 30, m. 140. Sir John Byron , however, appears to have been in possession of the remaining and greater part of the estate in 1564 ; ibid. bdle. 26, m. 10. In 1574 William Culcheth

    Townships Abram

    taken after the death of John Culcheth in 1586 shows that he had held lands in Abram of Thomas Abram by a rent of 1 d ., and in Hindley of John Culcheth of Culcheth by a rent of 6

    Townships Hindley

    , Earl of Ellesmere . Argent a lion rampant gules between three pheons sable . The Culcheth moiety of the manor descended to Thomas Culcheth , who died about 1744; by his will it passed to the Traffords of Croston

    Townships Kenyon

    district is deficient in water-courses. The population numbered 329 in 1901 . The principal road is that from Lowton to Culcheth , a branch of it passing south through Kenyon village. The Liverpool and Manchester Railway of the London and

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Eleanor Tyldesley

    Details Eleanor Tyldesley in religion Eleanor Helene Augustine Born 1686 in Culcheth Died 1760 14 Oct in Paris father Thomas Tyldesley mother Eleonor Holcroft

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLCROFT, Sir John (by 1498-1560), of Holcroft, Lancs.

    of Brock-holes and Whalley ‘to be friendly to my children’. He left a gown to Sir Thomas Stanley. He died in 1560 and was buried at Newchurch in Culcheth, a parish of which he had purchased the tithes in 1539.[footnote]

    BOOTH, John I (d.1422), of Barton in Eccles, Lancs.

    from the duchy lordship of Halton in Cheshire. Throughout this period, too, he was extending his own possessions in Barton, Culcheth, Salford and Audley, which no doubt explains why he was the recipient of heavy securities from various local men.

    BOTELER, Sir William (d.1415), of Warrington, Lancs.

    to risk offending the earl.[footnote]In 1410 Sir William sat on a jury summoned to determine the ownership of land in Culcheth. Two years later he found himself in difficulties for making an unlicensed alienation of the three Cheshire manors of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1772/1

    Culcheth(Culcheth) : undefined Participant: WilliamDickenson [Dicconson] Role: appellate Details: male; Esquire Location: Culcheth(Culcheth) : undefined Participant: JohnHalliwell [Halliwell] Role: appellant Details: male; Surviving executor named in the last will and testament of Thomas Culcheth, deceased, late of

    CP.I.904

    Place(s): Aughton (Aughton) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: For the transmitted papers from the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1727/7 Participant: JamesKilshaw [Kilshaw] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Lancashire Place(s): Culcheth(Culcheth) : undefined Participant: JohnShaw [Shaw] Role: defence proctor Details: male

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Gawalctwivtlo Working tenl's Mutual BEnpl yoallint, claital £,50,0930., inl .1 *l aca. Cocker Brothers, capital £-00M,000., in £100. elcora-. Culcheth -Itall Wool aclnd Tjaniller, capital 220.0100£., ill £10. share3. Devon nil Corn wall anzkingi(ITl)ciited), capital £30000., inSI10 saicires. lMulcc'in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Ri their Liverpool arid hionohoester Railway (that-fIs to say): Ot 80e mtich thoreof ]ir the townehihrs Of Renyon aruil Culcheth in he tho parish of Witnwielt and in the townsoirist of Bedford and .Antloy irs the parrrlh of Leigh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of about forty Irishmen who, on tie night of the 4th inst., murderously asscculted a publicaa and his feemily at Culcheth. At a meeting of the Yarmouth Towa Council, on Tues- Iday afternoon, a special committee, including the esoyt and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, John Conroy, of Oldhanm, was committed to gaol for two months for embezzling moneys belonging to Mr. Willocks, milkman. Culcheth. The prisoner was before the Bench a fortnight ago charged with stealing £P5., and discharged on promising amend- ment. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds Railway at the Newton Station, and teruinating at a Poiitt about 71 Chains East of a Certain Road to Culcheth, No. 155 on the Plan, and situated in the Townsslip of Newtots. The Contract to comprise the Whole of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Philip Millat, 12/6/1733

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 62557 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Millat Forename Philip Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 12/6/1733 Office/Status Schoolmaster Location Winwick/Culcheth/ OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDV 2/27 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peploe, Samuel/Chester

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