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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ellel

    Townships EllelELLEL Ellhale, Dom. Bk.; Elhal, 1202; Elhale, 1208; Ellale, 1212. Sometimes an h is prefixed, as Hellehale, 1276; Hilhale, 1301. Ellel is divided into three parts by the parallel streams of the Conder and Cocker , flowing mainly

    Cockersand Abbey

    Ryecroft , milne pasture, moss close, beggars' close and Claymoor ; the grange of Pilling and Cockshotts, & c., in Ellel . The price was £798 8 s . 6 d . An account of the Kitchen family has been

    The parish of Cockerham COCKERHAM .

    the schools at Cockerham and Ellel . Anne Cawson in 1669 left a rent-charge of 5 s . a year for the poor of Ellel , afterwards paid from lands called Brandrigg in Scotforth and Ellel . It ceased in

    Townships Cockerham

    oxgangs of land in Crimbles to Grimbald de Ellel to be held by knight's service when twenty-four plough-lands made a knight's fee; Lancs . Inq. and Extents , i, 3. Herbert de Ellel in 1206 gave the 2 oxgaugs to

    Townships Cleveley

    He stayed for a short time only, and in 1733 Charles Epes was appointed to the chapels of Ellel and Shireshead ; Ellel Ch. P. Afterwards rector of Preston Bissett , Bucks. Afterwards rector of Hoole . Afterwards incumbent of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanarth- F1iosd nysbysodd y Parch. S. Evans h MIr- ' es maensy CM.i. fedo y Mr. James Step- (101 Fj Ellel, Tbomtis, a Josiali Thomas, wedi eu March l laenoriaid yn Cynwil. Cyflrynodd y Meidrym Jones 'Deeds' y Goppa a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten- dered for on Saturday, forthe ensuing quarter, at 56d. per loaf.- Sherborne Journal.' A PaorITABLEa DAIRY;-Mr W. Smith, of Ellel, sold to Mr Livesey, of Preston, a few days ago, thirty eight cheese, the produce of thirteen cows in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Christ Church, Newgate Street, where a sermon will be preached by the Rev. T. S. Polelsampton, M.A., Incumbent of Ellel, Lancashire, and late Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. After which they will proceed to the Great Hall of Christ's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lellI'r, Ill TIe addlressedt to aliot WILLIAM Rl. If [UGHES, Treasurer. I' * Treasareri's Dnpartasellt, the Couninel Hlourse, 7 * Ellel. Pl'lo, Janer 27, 1804. _________ 7 r'I 0~ INVIi3NTOR7S,-PATI6NTS for INVENTIONS ithL IL Designs, 'Tradul liarts, Nowe Lo', Cosot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Speech Day at Christ's Hospital, when the usual solmon was preached by the Rev. T. Palebahnp - ton, llector of Ellel, near Lancaster, and the customary orations were delivered by the boys. The Lord aayorrand the Sheriffs were present. Yesterday Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Roger de Yealand and Norman de Redman. The former married Sueneva, sister of Herbert de Ellel, and below we shall find that Herbert de Ellel gave one moiety of the manor to Ralph de Betham, who gave it to the

    General Index, A, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    Marie , deposition by Atkinson , Sir George James, house of, Kendal, licence to Peter, Presbyterian, licences to house of, Ellel, Lancashire, licence to Capt., executed for plot of 1663 Attewell , John, boatswain of the yard at Chatham letter Subscribers-only content


    Harington, his brother. The entailed estates lay in 15 places (named) in co. Lancaster, including Over Kellet, Bolton in Lonsdale, Ellel, Caton, Farleton in Lonsdale, and also Farleton in Kendale and Bighall, co. Westmorland; Misc. Genealog. et Herald ., N.S.,

    General Index, L, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    ministers resided: Berks, Blackburn, Cockerham, Dedminclough, Ellel, Farington, Garstang, Hindley, Holcombe, Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester, Mellor, Oldham, Ormskirk, Rainford, Rochdale, Sharples, Turton, Warrington, Wigan, and meeting-houses at: Blackburn, Blacklie, Manchester, Bolton, Cockey Moor, Middleton, Ellel, Lancaster parish, Goosenard, near the fells Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, E

    Edward, ii. 1431. Elks hair for saddles , ii. 1211. Ellaston (Ellison): Jeffrey, ii. 1327, 1373. Lieut.-Colonel Jeffrey, ii. 1326. Ellel , co. Lancaster, ii. 628. Ellerker , John, ii. 1067. Ellesdon , Anthony, ii. 661. Ellesworth . See Elsworth.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOUTHWORTH, Richard.

    name to find with it. In 1495-96 a Richard Southworth, son of Nicholas, granted the reversion of Blake Hall in Ellel, Cockerham parish, to George Stanley, 9th Lord Strange, and in 1517 a namesake of Shenstone, son and heir of

    MOLYNEUX, Richard (c.1368-1397), of Sefton, Lancs.

    established itself at Sefton at the very beginning of the 12th century, and over the years acquired the manors of Ellel, Litherland, Larbrick and Euxton, together with properties in the Lancashire villages of Linacre, Lydiate, Newsham and Thornton. Sir William

    LAURENCE, Robert (c.1371-1439), of Dillicar, Westmld. and Ashton, Lancs.

    the mid 13th century was their home, the Laurence family owned property in Lancaster, Skerton, Poulton, Carleton, Scotforth, Heysham and Ellel. Edmund Laurence was able further to extend his inheritance by marrying, as his second wife, Agnes, the daughter of

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

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    Participant: Alice Parkinson [Parkinson] Role: witness Details: female; 60; wife of Thomas Parkinson Employment: midwife Location: Cockerham (Lancashire) Place(s): Ellel(Ellel) : township Cockerham (Cokeram) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Janet Carter [Carter] Role: witness Details: female; 65; widow of Robert


    (Lancashire) Place(s): Lancaster (Lancaster) : undefined Participant: SamuelRoscliff [Roscliff] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: Farmer Location: Cockerham (Lancashire) Place(s): Ellel (Ellall) : undefined Participant: JamesBenson [Benson] Role: witness Details: male; 52 Employment: Skinner Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Lancaster (Lancaster)

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    L'Inde L'Angleterre et la France, 1857

    l'Anglais a retourn6 le cadavre de l'Hindou. Ellel 'asecoue, irrite, saigne a tous los pores et cre6 en lui une irritation' qui n'etait pas la vie, mais qui en etait le precurseur. L'Anglais a ete, pour l'enfant degrade del' Inde Subscribers-only content

    Les Barrages de l'Escaut Oriental: et du Sloë : considérés au point de vue juridique., 1867

    defendre le pays, comme le serait une digue elevee contre les eaux, un travail de fortification en temps de guerre. Ellel 'est d'autant moins que pour executer cet ouvrage d'utilite puhlique, il existe d'autres moyens que des barrages, tels que Subscribers-only content

    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    had land to be taxed, 6 caracutes ; In AldclifTe, 2 ; Thurnham (Tiernham) 2; Hillan, Hillam ( Ellel ) 1; Lancaster (Loncastre) 6 ; Kirk by Lancaster (Cherco loncostre) 2; Hotton, Hutton , ( Aughton ) 2 ; Overton Subscribers-only content


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