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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Freckleton

    Richard de Freckleton , 7 who was a benefactor of Cockersand Abbey 8 and Lytham Priory, 9 held in demesne 21/2 plough-lands in Freckleton , while another ploughland was held by Alan de Singleton and Swain de Freckleton , and

    Townships Elswick

    included in the agreement between Roger de Freckleton and William de Winwick and Maud his wife, noticed under Freckleton ; Feet of F. Yorks. 4 John, no. 45. Richard son of Roger de Freckleton gave an oxgang of land in

    Townships Newton-with-Scales

    found to be divided equally between the fees of Freckleton and Preese, held by knight's service. 4 The former moiety was held by Singleton and Whittingham of the lord of Freckleton . 5 The other moiety long descended like Preese.

    Townships Out Rawcliffe

    of Rawcliffe received landa in Freckleton , and in 1502 -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,

    Townships Warton

    for some time, for about 1154 Richard Bussel confirmed grants to Evesham Abbey of two-thirds of the demesne tithes of Freckleton and Warton ; Farrer, Lancs . Pipe R . 323. This explains the £2 received from the tithes of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, November 1712,3-9, 01 November 1712-30 November 1712

    William Thomas, Jeffery Sanders, Richard Farnbrough, William Taylor, Robert Adams, James Kentish, Sir Andrew Chadwick, Jo[h ] n Mum, Hen. Freckleton. (Money order dated Nov. 14 hereon.) Money Book XXII , pp. 92, 101. Order Book VIII , p. 247.

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1630

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls 1630 1630 14 January, 5 Charles I. Order, made at S. P. at Hickes Hall, for the admission and licensing of Edward Donington of Shorditch co. Midd. victualler to keep an alehouse in the said parish,

    Index, F, 01 January 1556-31 December 1696

    of, 114. Franshaw [? Fanshaw ] , Mr., 527. Frauds , Act of, 433. -, about debentures, 527, 528, 529. Freckleton , Mr. Thos., memorial of, 407. Freeman , John, petition of, 156. -, -, distiller of London, his goods

    Index, F, 01 November 1600-31 July 1601

    , Thomas, "the post" of Chester, 220. Francke , John, printer, payment to, 165. , , proclamation printed by, 350. Freckleton , Captain, company of, to lie at Dundalk, 447. French language , knowledge of, 89. , man, a robbery Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, F

    merchant, petition for release of a cargo of jollop, 296, 341. Fransham , Isaac, payment to, for apprehending conspirators, 85. Freckleton , Thomas, army agent, 176. Frederick , , loans by, 26. Freebridge Lynn (Freebridge citra Lynn), co. Norfolk, hundred

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Fylde Union Lodge

    (1814): 803 Lodge Number (1832): 533 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freckleton,Freckleton, Lancashire 1825 Black Horse, Preston Street, Kirkham, Lancashire 1835 Fleetwood Arms Hotel, Dock Street, Fleetwood, Lancashire 1845

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robinson, Liverpool, merchants. [Tay- lor and Roscoe, Temple. J. Mayor, Freckleton, and H. Crook, Preston, corn-merchant. [Chester, Staple inn. H. Crook, Preston, coach-proprietor. [I-urd and Jobnson, Temple. J. Mayor, Freckleton, H. Mayor, Burscough, and H. Crook, Preston, Lancashire, corn-merchants. [Chester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J! Dixoo, Lincoln, draper. uWillie and Co. Tokenhouee yard. J. Swanoell, Radwveil, farmer. [Aieggison, King's road. T. and J. Maypr, Freckleton, merchants. [Wiglesworth, Gray's inn. J. C. Ridout, Bristol, dealer. [Poole and Co. Gray's ion. FTidey, Februay ;5. WINDSOR CAsTLE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knights of the several Orders to wsear their collars. INSOLVENT. A. Bremner, Camoberwell, merchant. BANRLtUPTCY ENLARGED. T. and J. Mayor, Freckleton, merchants, May 7. BANK RUPTS, J. Flinn, Hoxton, consmiission-ageSit. [Beart, Walbrookbuildings. W. Huskissoa, Ilaggerston. chyrnist. [Lloyd, Thavies inn. WX. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lancashire, glass manufacturer-Nov. 7, W. Vickers, Manchester, ironfounder- November 9, J. Nutter and W. Elliston, Cambrildge, brewers -November4, J. Mayor, Freckleton, amd H. Mayor, Burscoutth, Lancashire, corn merchantsf-November 5, Mary and W. Johnson, Cheadle, Staffordshire, ironmougers-November 7, J. Jardine, Haverfordwest, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occurrence of a distressing character took place on Freckleton marsh. A young man, named Walton Kirby, set offiwith the intention of proceed- ing to Preston with his intended bride to make some pur- chases. The latter, it appeared, had started Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1833, 8 May 1833

    reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at FrecMeton Chapel, in Freckleton, in the County of Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    of Golden Hill, Leyland; of Horwich; of Southwell; of Fal- dingworth; of Market Rasen ; of Ludford; of Frescot; of Freckleton; of Staliingbro'; of Arnold ; of Raithby; of Fotherby; of Carlton ; of Tetney ; of Ulceby; of Eden- Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Fowey, 53. Foxhall, 454. Foxham, 436. Foxholes, 56. 640. Foxton, 435. Framingham, 52. Framing- hampigot, 455. Framlingham, 56. Fratton, 61. Freckleton, 74. Freeland, 175. Freshford, 175. Frewchie, 169. Friars Wynd, 486. Friday Thorpe, 52. Frieldhurst, 56. Frieston, 65. Frindsbury, 435. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Fothe'rby Tro' Fonbridge, 388. Foulsham, 288. Fowey, 376. Fownhope 31V Foxton,274. Frampton Cotterell, 349. Frampton, 412. Framn ton-on-Severn,_387. Framsden, 279. Freckleton, 377 ppg„ em 377. Frithelstock, 305. Frocester, &c, 387. Frock, 376. Frodin'gham' 316. Frolesworth, 348. Frome, 268. Frome Selwood, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 April 1831

    Stocks ; of Wordle; of Harpurhey; of Wesley Chapel, Manchester; of Mount Pleasant; ofAccring- ton; of Rochdale; of Meller; of Freckleton; of Alt; of Hal- shaw Moor; of Plumpton and Billisborough; of Droylsden : of Langhome ; of Ancoats ; Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOTELER, Nicholas (c.1384-c.1455), of Rawcliffe, Lancs.

    to the rest of his patrimony, which, in addition to the Rawcliffe manors, also comprised extensive holdings in and around Freckleton and Goosnargh.[footnote] Still a comparatively young man, Nicholas lived quietly on his estates until 1410, when he received his

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