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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Farleton

    Townships FarletonFARLETON Farletun, Dom. Bk.; Farelton, 1212; Farleton , 1229; Farlton, 1242. This township occupies the northern slope of the hills of Whit Moor and Claughton Moor , the ground descending from 1,100 ft. above sea level to below

    Townships Hornby

    portion on the hill-side to the south of Farleton and two small fragments within Farleton itself. The detached portions of the two townships probably represent apportionments of the moorland between Hornby and Farleton , being roughly proportionate to the areas

    Townships Cantsfield

    of Hornby for Tunstall and Cantsfield was redeemed by Mr. North . 4 The latter township was granted together with Farleton to Geoffrey de Valoines , 5 and then to Hugh de Morewich, 6 whose son Hugh came of age

    The parish of Melling MELLING TATHAM

    Melling MELLING Hornby; Farleton ; Melling with Wrayton ; Arkholme with Cawood ; Wennington ; Boeburndale; Wray With Botton; MELLING TATHAM Before the Conquest Melling was the seat of a compact lordship occupying the tongue of land between the Lune

    Townships Great Bolton

    Chorley against Alice, widow of Sir Robert de Shireburne, Sir John de Harrington of Farleton and Katherine his wife, Robert son of John de Harrington of Farleton , and Sir Thomas de Arderne, each holding a fourth part of the

  • * British History Online *

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    FarletonFARLETON. The mesne manor of Farleton appears to have been given by Thomas de Bethum in the time of Henry III to his daughter, Eleanor, who held it in 1254. It appears to have passed to Eleanor's sister, Hawise,

    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    to view Farleton Bridge and contract for its repair. K. Order Book, 1738 50. 1750 27 April. Whereas it appears that a certain river called Farleton Beck running between a place called Mansergh Stang and the Bottom of Farleton Ings

    Supplementary Records, Preston Patrick

    two several highways and a river adjoining called Farleton Beck is likewise sanded up and runs out of its usual channel from a place called Farleton Bridge to the foot of Farleton Ings, being about half a mile; order to

    The Register, Memoranda, 1458/9-1548 (131-7)

    eius v s. 2 3 Dominus Ricardus Rawlyns ij s. 3 Thomas Duff iiij d. [f. 94b ] 3 John Farleton' goldfyner viij d. 3 Herry Argentyne coke with Master Lathel iiij d. 3 William Scate (iij d.) ix d.

    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    1748 22 April. Upon the petition of the principal inhabitants of the townships of Stainton, Preston Richard, Preston Patrick and Farleton setting forth that the highway leading from K. Kendale to Burton in Kendale is not of a sufficient breadth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mouth of a ~hungry ran w Liverpoos Chronicle, Nov, 4. - SiNGuLAR CIacueVr1ANCU.-On the 7th ult. Mr Win. Thompson, of Farleton houited a three-acre field of oats, being the second crep this seast. It was allowed by all who saw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LTobat, F. D. Beaumont b Fellowes 3 J. Neals A. Ames b Wharton .. 0j5.... J. H3orton J B. J. Farleton c Hawkins b W. Madeley ,. Whartod . ... ...... -1O 3. Jowett not ont..-..-.. 0 Extras II-. -11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tou, Thorllton, aid Burtoin, in Liisdale, ill the said F County of York, aicd of Calltslield, Wrayton, Melling, b Horiby, Farleton, Claughtons Ctoln, Quermore, asd 1I Bulk, Ill the said County of Lancaster, acd also through the several Parishes of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURIE. ,P, vvfl.lcn of RS [FI-mm the BRITIsit TnAVRUa!5 n OfSaturday ivelt.] - r Temolrs of tile Public and Private Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, rtth ( f copious Illstorical Illustratinas a(d Originali Anecdotes, from thei Gri I French of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    barrow, and the Worklouse at Miilnthorpe (averaging ai 5;, about 9U lPaupers) forming the 4th District; and Burton, t, Holine, Farleton, Preston Patrick, and Preston Richsard, a forinitg the otit District. v And such person Tendering will have to attend, Subscribers-only content

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

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    : hamlet Durham Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Hendon (Hindon) : township Location: Cockfield (Durham) Place(s): Cockfield (Cookefeild) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Westmorland Location: Beetham (Westmorland) Place(s): Farleton (Farlton, Farleton) : undefined Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Preston (Preston) : chapelry

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