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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Greenhalgh-with-Thistleton

    Sec, in Cornoe Row, Whitter and Esprick , to Henry Butler ; Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 28, m. 203. Soon afterwards Henry Butler also purchased two messuages, Sec, in Greenhalgh and Esprick from the Earl of Derby

    Townships Out Rawcliffe

    -3 John son and heir of William Boteler , on marrying Beatrice daughter of Richard Singleton , had lands in Esprick , Thistleton and Freckleton ; Dods . MSS. liii, fol. 101-2. Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. iii, no. 43,

    Townships Weeton -with-Preese

    for the moiety of a fee in Weeton , Greenhalgh , Treales , Thietleton, Out Rawcliffe , Bradkirk, Medlar and Esprick ; Harl. MS. 2085, fol. 421, & c. In 1384 John (James) son and heir of James Boteler ,

    Townships Great Eccleston

    in Great Eccleston of the heir of William Pleasington in socage by 4 s . rent, and other property in Esprick and Upper Rawcliffe . His heir was a cousin Nicholas, son of William White , aged twenty-two. 33 The

    Townships Nateby

    Thomas. 5 It descended in this family, who also held part of the manors or lands in Ribbleton , Tulketh, Esprick and Trunna in Thornton down to the time of Charles I . In 1347, however, the tenants of William

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, E

    Cumberland, assessments on houses and marriages, etc., 337. Eske , Esk, co. York, 199. Eslington , Eastlington, co. Northumberland, 414. Esprick , Estbrick, co. Lancs., 178. Essex , county of, assessments on houses and marriages, etc, 286. fee farm rents

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Qaantity of S? LEDEi,, Sale at 12.40 ItM, Catalogues io pal , . GS d sue - Chesier Hall Esprick 9 J-~, ^ BYCS 1s honourad ill inotruatlsnO fom M. Geo. rep 1esIrn from farmsing, to ilell by Auation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BtersTPeter Nickson, Westby, Moss Side. Brood mars, ior road or field, Peter Nickson. Colt fiUy, ; th-"ee'y__ars old, James Ward, Esprick. - BuU, above i three jmx* old> JaS* Tunstall, St. Michaels. BuU, j above one year old and under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Branch _ 236 ... 150 ... 105 4 0 Trinity, Lee Branch, Ch 354 ... 150 ... 120 11 4 Esprick 90 ... 41 ... 38 16 1 Euxton (Endowed), N 198 ... 76 ... 63 13 0 St. Mary's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Esprick, in the township of Greeuhalgh-with- Thistleton, now occupied by Mr. James Ward, con- sisting of good House recently erected, suitable Out buildings, and 45 acres, statute measure, or there- abouts, of excellent Arable Meadow and Pasture Land. Esprick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esprick, in tbe township of Greenhalgh-with- Thistleton, now occupied by Mr. James Ward, con- sisting of good House recently erected, suitable Out buildings, and 45 acres, statute measure, or there- abouts, of excellent Arable Meadow and Pustui c Land. Subscribers-only content

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