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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Walton

    Ellen, wife of Robert de Fazakerley . Deed of sale by Robert Fazakerley and others; Knowsley muniments. The property included Spellow House with 40 acres of land in Walton , and land in Rosemary or Fazakerley Street and neighbourhood in

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Upholland

    tore up the obligation into which he had entered when it was shown to him, drove the prior Robert of Fazakerley out of the church, carried off oblations to the amount of £5 from the altar, and menaced Robert with

    The parish of Walton on the Hill Introduction, church and charities

    the parish; 101 the principal is that of Thomas Fazakerley , who in 1696 gave several closes of land in West Derby for the benefit of the poor of Walton , Fazakerley , and West Derby . 102 There are

    Townships West Derby

    hinge, and the door may be part of a larger one cut down. New Hall , on the borders of Fazakerley and Walton , became the property of the family of Molyneux of Alt Grange about the end of the

    Townships Orrell and Ford

    from Liverpool to Ormskirk runs along the southern border, the tunnel being now almost completely opened, and the Mersey and Fazakerley branch passes through Orrell . A pedestal of an ancient cross still exists, and there is a sundi al

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood, J. Wood,-Lord Nugent paired oft; and the 'Marquis of Tavistock, Sir M. W. Ridltey, and Messrs Coke, Cholmeley, Davies, Fazakerley, F. Palmer, R- Price, D. Sykes, and G. Wilbrahtam, were shut out from the division. EAST RETFORD. Mr H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Labouchere, H. Pendarves, E. Thompson, P. B. Benett, J. Ellice, E. Lambton, H. Pepys, C. C. Thomson, C. P. Bentinck,LordG. Fazakerley, J. N. Lamont, Capt.N. Peter, W. Todd, J. R. Bernal, R. Ferguson, Sir R. Langton, Col. G. Petre, Hon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nine members to be the committee to consider the petition relative to the Yarmouth and York election ; viz., MIr Fazakerley, Lord F. Egerton, Mr Mark, Philips, Sir Y. Buller, Mr Elphinstone, Mr Nicholls, Mr Tancred, Mr J. Young (of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in thle lperson of Sir G. Cockburn. Peterbiirsiigh -Mr Siirtees has ptersonally canvassed the electors. Sir Robert Movron and MAr Fazakerley are to stand for the borough. Peejte,.-A7i 40. S. Ilyng, one of the presettt members, resigns this beonogh, baritng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lane. W. Humphryes, Haymarket, hotel keeper. [Lewis, Arundel street, Strand. F. Cordaroy, Liverpool, hatter. [Vincent and Sherwood, Temple. J. Reynolds, Fazakerley, Lancashire, cowkeeper. [Bridgerjand Blake, London wall. J. Hulme, Manchester, paper dealer. [Abbott, Charlotte street, Bedford square. T. I. Hellawell, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 December 1689, 4 December 1689

    a Difmiffion of his Bill in the Exchequer Chamber, concerning the Settlement of fome Freehold and Copy¬ hold Lands, in Fazakerley, Walton, Leverpoole, Weßderby, and Wavertree, and elfewhere in the County of Lan- cafler; as alfo upon the Anfwers of Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1714, 7 June 1714

    Blun- dell, Ric'um Watkinjon Junior. Jacobum Watkinfon, Ric'um Moore, Thomam Fazakerley, Henricum Ajpin- wall, Jacobum Pye, Thomam Kirkby, Petrum Hodg- fon, Thomam Pembertcn, Henricum Harker, Thomam Kenyan, Ed'r'jn Jumpe, Joh'em Fazakerley, Will'm Bent, Annam Browne Vid. Ric'um Sutton, Thomam Wharton, Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1760, 6 May 1760

    ' '*. mons and Walle Grounds, lying and being in the " feveral Townfhips of Walton on the Hill and Fazakerley, " in the ParÜh of Walton on the Hill aforefaid, and County rt Palatine of Lancafier." to widen, Bill. Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1760, 12 May 1760

    of " Commons and Walle Grounds, lying and being in the " feveral Townfliips of Walton on the Hill and Fazakerley, " in the Parifti of Walton on the Hill aforefaid, and " County Palatine of Lancafler" was committed :" Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1760, 22 May 1760

    of Commons ** and Wafte Grounds, lying and being in the feveral " Townfhips of Walton on the Hill and Fazakerley, in " the Pariih of Walton on the Hill aforefaid, and County " Palatine of Lancafler:" " An Act Subscribers-only content

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