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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Charnock Richard

    The grant of Fairhurst has been cited above. William le Estern gave it to John his son; ibid. no. 4. William de Fairhurst was living about 1270; ibid. no. 5. He gave all he had in Fairhurst to Sir Henry

    Townships Wrightington

    railing, with tall Renaissance gate and angle piers of good design. Nelson of Fairhurst . Or a cross patonace sable over all a bendle gules . FAIRHURST seems also to have been the Hospitallers'. Families named Banastre 60 and Nelson

    Townships Mawdesley

    17 Another noteworthy family of long continuance was that of Nelson ; a pedigree was recorded in 1613 by the Fairhurst branch. 18 Gilbert Nelson died in 1628 holding a messuage and land of Thomas Ashton , and leaving a

    Townships Bispham

    ; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 279, m. 10. Harl. MS. 2042, fol. 291. By this deed Richard Nelson of Fairhurst , William Stopford of Melling , Ursula, Dorothy and Blanche Stopford (sisters and co-heirs of Henry Stopfo rd of

    Townships Heskin

    Lancs . and Ches.), i, 214. Among the Hoghton charters is a grant of land in Heskin by Adam del Fairhurst ; Dods . MSS. cxlii, fol. 56. Sir Richard Hoghton in 1446 -7 had a lease of lands reclaimed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Harvey, I:q. 2 . 0. ,V. Lgan, Esq. . 2 G J. Riimm.r, EFq.. , 2 0 0 W. Fairhurst, Esq; . 1* t C. T'. Eserest, REsq. 2 0 It Friend . . 2 0 0 C. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Gcosnargh, between eight and nine miles from this town. Edward Sanderson, his wife, and their five children, resided at Fairhurst, in which place Sanderson has lately been occupied as a day labourer. On Thursday morning last, Sanderson went to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Colenan street. J. If. Gandeil and J. Brunton, Birkeliacad, Chester, commission agents. [Parker and Co. Gray's inn. T. B. Fairhurst, Liverpool, plumber. [Ninceet, Temple. J. Coss, Enderby, near Leicester, woolstapler. [Snith, Temple street, Birmingham. DIVIDENDS. Feb. 26, J. Sims, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coffee house, City, ship owner-May 11, T. Hawkey, ltonkwear- mouth Shore, Durhsam, ship builder-May 12, J. Pierce, Liverpool, builder-T. B. Fairhurst, Liverpool, painter-Hay 13, N. T. -liaw-tie, Penzance, tea dealer-May 21, R. H. Irelaid, Nottingham, licensed victualler. CERTIFICATES to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conducting-rods bad to be put down, and secured at certain distances to the pit sides by stays. Two men, H. Fairhurst and P. Woodcock, were engaged in this work, being suspended in the shaft on a scaffold attached to a Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BANESTER, Thomas (by 1529-71), of London.

    have belonged to the main one, that of Bank, but he may have been the son of Richard Banester of Fairhurst in the neighbouring parish of Eccleston; if so, he could have served his apprenticeship under his grandfather or even

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places

    91, 109. Everton , 18, 23, 83. Ewkeston , see Euxton . F Failsworth , 53. Fairclough , John, 144. Fairhurst , 56. Farnworth , 4, 35, 106. Farrington , 90, 119. Manor of, 34, 147. Farrington (Farington), Dorothy, w.


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