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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Dinckley

    Townships DinckleyDINCKLEY Dunkythele, Dinkedelay, 1246; Dunkedeley, 1258; Dinkedelegh, xiii-xiv cent.; Dinkedley, 1327; Dynkley, xvi cent. The township, formerly united with Wilpshire as one, but now separated, lies between the River Ribble and Dinckley Brook, forming a slight plateau between

    Townships Salesbury

    Dinckley Brook forms the eastern boundary, whilst a tributary stream called Park Brook flows through the centre of the township between Bolton Hall and Copterd Hall. The subsoil consists of the Millstone Grit, except over a small area near

    Townships Billington

    estates in Billington , Dinckley and Kenyon were settled upon Simon and Ellen and their issue. 67 Richar d Morley , their son, was the father of Richard , who passed his lands in Billington , Dinckley and Kenyon to

    Townships Wilpshire

    Wylpshire, 1396. The township was anciently united with Dinckley to form one vill, but has been reckoned a separate township for over two centuries. The land rises from 240 ft. above the ordnance datum at the northern corner where the

    Townships Chipping

    John de Dinckley (Dunkekanlega) an oxgang of land in the vill of Chipping formerly held by Alexander de Chipping , a rent of 12 d . being payable; Harl. MS. 2077, fol. 324. John son of Uctred de Dinckley gave

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, August 1653, 01 August 1653-31 August 1653

    House, Northumberland, forfeited by him, and bought from the Treason Trustees by Thos. Slingsby, of London. 18 863 Robert Craven, Dinckley [or Billington ] , Co. Lancaster. 2 Aug. 1653 Vol. G No. or p. SUR. 58A 495 P.R. 226 Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, November 1684, 21-29, 01 November 1684-30 November 1684

    134. Prefixing : letter dated Oct. last from T[homas ] Street, F[rancis ] Russell, [Sir Roland ] Berkly and Ed. Dinckley [Dingley ] [Commissioners for the Royal Aid for co. Worcester ] to the Treasury Lords. We have issued our

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    a . of moss, 10 a . of turbary, and 20 a . of furze and heath in Dynkeley [ Dinckley ] . Alexander granted that the said tenements which Nicholas Batursby and Katherine his wife held for the term

    Index of names and places, D

    626. Dimity , ii. 1199. Dimmock , Dimock. See Dymock. Dimond . See Diamond. Dimples , co. Lancaster, ii. 628. Dinckley (Dinkley), co. Lancaster, ii. 628. Dinehead . See Donhead. Dineley : Mr., ii. 970. Robert, ii. 1067. Dinellut .

    Cases and addenda to cases, Miscellaneous 1646, 01 March 1646-31 March 1646

    P . 1449. 7 Aug. 1646. Vol. G No. or p. 22 Jan. 1651. Dorothy, wife of John Talbot, of Dinckley, co. Lancaster, begs 1/5 of her husband's estate sequeste red for recu sancy and delinquency. Granted. 121 10 449 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    total, 20. Wolcs-seHsirh stn: E. Foalkes, '2; Uamnp, 10; H. Foulkos, 1 Somuerville, 0; Healey. 0; Smith. (not out), 1; Dinckley, o0 J. Sproston, 5: Parkes, 4; Whitehouse, 0 ; S. Sproston, 0; byes, &c, 5 total, 91. PIll(:t IX Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ticckis, Beet, and Woodcock, lVolerhampton, land srveyors. Az; Jackaso, Beard, and Co., Ashton-umdsor-Lyinr, i'achline makers. usIa T. and W. Lonachale, Dinckley, i~nnuara, hs] Illakey and Stokell, Leeds, sr~heele-righto, rhave Shearer, Ciles, ami o., Parisasid Newgate-strset merchants; as far think as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Billington, Osbaldeston, Blackburn, Oswaldtwiele, Rolland, with Leagrim, Pleasington, Clayton-le-Dale, Ramsgreave, Darwen, Lower, Ribchester, J - - ***^**™*"StiiiilSli™s™s™*s™S!S*B^*i»^p^B«i Darwen, Over, Rishton, Dinckley, Salesbury, Eccleshill, Toekholes, Harwood, Great, Witton, Harwood, Little, Wilpshire, Livesey, Yate and Pickup Bank, Mellor, IL-- CLITHEROE. Aighton, Bailey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £102 lis. 6d. ; Church, £121 6s. lid. ; Clayton-le-dale, £47 17s. lOd. ; Clayton-le- moors, £184 2s. 6d. ; Dinckley, £24; Eccleshill, £59 Is. 4d. ; Great Harwood, £172 10s. 6d.; Little Harwood, £28 7s. 6d. ; Livesey, £251 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ferret, and a hare. The defendants produced a certificate, purporting to be signed by James Craven, of Craveu Fold, Dinckley, which stated that he had given Wood the hare, and that the parties bad been fishing together in the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 May 1788, 26 May 1788

    or Lordfhips of Billington du™g Pleafure, and put into a Committee upon the B|, " and Wilpßire, otherwife Wilpßire with Dinckley, in Bi^ intituled, '* An Act to render more effectual an " the Parifh of Blackburn and Honour of Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1788, 27 May 1788

    Wafte &c*E " Grounds within the feveral Manors or Lordfhips of " " Billington and JVilpJhire, otherwife Wilpfhire with *s Dinckley, in the Parifh of Blackburn and Honour of " Clitheroe, in the Hundred of Blackburn and County " Palatine Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1788, 30 May 1788

    Commons or Wafte " Grounds within the feveral Manors or Lordfhips of " Billington and Wilpfhire othervvife Wilpjhire with " Dinckley in the Parifh of Blackburn and Honour of " CUihcroe in the Hundred of Blackburn and County " Palatine Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1788, 2 June 1788

    or " Wafte Grounds within the feveral Manors or Lord- " fhips of BilUngton and Wilpßoire otherwife Wilpjhire «' with Dinckley in the Pariih of Blackburn and Honour " of Chtheroe in the Hundred of Blackburn and County " Palatine Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1788, 11 June 1788

    clofing the feveral Commons or Wafte Grounds within the feveral Manors or Lordfhips of BilHngton and IW.pßoire or JVUpfiire with Dinckley, in the Parifh of Blackburn and honor of CUtheroe in the Hundred of Blackburn and County Palatine of Lancqfler." Subscribers-only content

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