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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Lancaster Fulwood

    elections Fulwood is included in Preston . The open land is chiefly in pasturage; the soil is loam and clay, with subsoil various. Races used to be held on Fulwood Moor. They were discontinued about 1833. 5 Manor Fulwood was

    Amounderness hundred Introduction and map AMOUNDERNESS HUNDRED

    and Ches.), i, passim . For convenience the accounts of Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale have been added to Preston , and those of Preesall and Stalmine to Kirkham . Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale were the principal parts of

    Townships Church

    perhaps took the name of Fulwood , for Roger son of Roger de Fulwood and Roger son of Richard de Fulwood ( 1314 ) occur; ibid. no. 6, 7, 3. In 1350 Roger de Fulwood granted his lands in Church

    Townships Ribbleton

    gives the bounds on the Fulwood side as follows: From Jackson Hey and Clough north-east to the mere hills, five in all, on the south-west side of a close called the Park Falls in Fulwood . 42 The moor was

    Townships Broughton

    crosses Blundel Brook by a bridge, from which a road goes eastward to Haighton, with a branch turning south to Fulwood ; westward a road goes to Cottam and Lea . The London and NorthWestern Company's railway runs north through

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Preston Lodge

    Cross Axes Inn, St. John's Street, Preston, Lancashire 1811 Prince Albert Hotel, Watling Street Road, Fulwood, Lancashire 1861 Royal Garrison Hotel, Watling Street Road, Fulwood, Lancashire 1867 Castle Hotel, Market Place, Preston, Lancashire 1875 Militia Mess Rooms, Starkie Street, Preston,

    Lodge of Good Fellowship

    Bull and Royal Hotel, Church Street, Preston, Lancashire, England 1943 Masonic Temple, Saul Street, Preston, Lancashire, England 1947 Ashlar House, Saul Street, Preston, Lancashire, England 1998 Harris Park Conference and Function Centre, 253 Garstang Road, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire, England 2009

    Forest of Fulwood Lodge

    of Fulwood Lodge (6388) Lodge Details Named in: 1946 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1946 Warrant of Constitution: 6th November 1946. Consecrated 11th April 1947 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 6388 Lodge

    Lodge Amounderness

    1951 Masonic Temple , Saul Street , Preston , Lancashire, England 1976 Ashlar House , Saul Street , Preston , Lancashire, England 1998 Harris Park Conference and Function Centre , 253 Garstang Road , Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire , England 2009

    Longridge Lodge

    Ashlar House , Saul Street , Preston , Lancashire , England 1999 Harris Park Conference and Function Centre , 253 Garstang Road , Fulwood, Preston , Lancashire, England 2006 Masonic Hall , Wyre Bank , Garstang, Lancashire , England 2009

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In Bath, Sir William Burroughs, Bart. of Castle Bagsbaw, Cavan, Ireland. Lately, in his tooth year, Hr Edward Whittle, of Fulwood Moor, near Preston. He is uncle to twenty children, and great uncle to sixty. He retained his mont1 and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, fc. OMNnIus ACCIDENT.-The Rev. Dr S. Herschell, the chief priest, or rabbi, of the Jews, met with a severe accident last week in stepping out of an omnibus in the Poultry. He was in the act Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The funeral of the late 7 George Sampson, for twenty-three years huntsman of the famous Hallamssire harriers, took place at Fulwood church on Sunday se'nnight. So great was the esteem in which he was held by his brother Nimrods far Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STATE AND CHURCH. THE COURT.-The Queen held a levee (the third this season) on Wednesday afternoon, in St James's Palace. The attendance was numerous. THE BALTIC TRADE.n-A deputation to Lord Clarendon, of mer- chants connected with the Russian trade, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of an officer in the army, is committed for trial on a charge of stealing articles of jewellery from 1 Fulwood barracks at Preston, the property of Capt. Bluett, of the 10th Regt., and of Mrs Crofton, the widow of Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.5432

    People & Places Participant: Elizabeth Chornley [Chornley] Role: appellant Details: female; wife of Richard Chornley Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Fulwood(Fulwood,Fulwood juxta Preston) : undefined Lancaster (Lancaster) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestrien) : diocese Participant: Isabel Maudsley [Mawdsley] Role:

    CP.H.2581

    : chapelry Location: Caton (Caton) : chapelry Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Stalmine (Stalmyn, Stalmin) : chapelry Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Fulwood (Fulwode) : township Location: Cadeley (Cadeley) : undefined Location: Hydparke (Hydparke) : undefined Location: Suerton (Suerton) : chapelry Location:

    CP.H.2213

    Roxtath, Croxstaffe) : undefined Location: Walton On The Hill (Lancashire) Place(s): Simonswood (Symonwood, Symondwood) : township Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Fulwood (Fulwode, Fullwode) : township Location: Cadeley (Cadeley, Caddailey) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Hydeparke (Hydeparke, Hide Park) : undefined

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 April 1811, 9 April 1811

    the Houfe of Commons, Fulwood En- by Sir James Graham and others; clofure Bill. With a Bill, intituled, " An Ad for enclofing certain " Trads or Parcels of Common and Wafte Grounds " called Fulwood Moor and Cadeley Moor, Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1811, 10 April 1811

    and clofure BlU' " Wafte Grounds, called Eulwood Moor and Cadeley " Moor, within and Parcel of the Foreft of Fulwood, in " the County Palatine of Lancafter." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1811, 24 April 1811

    An Aft for enclofing certain Tracts or Parcels of Common and Wafte Grounds called Fulwood Moor and Cadeley Moor, within and Parcel of the Foreft of Fulwood, in the County Palatine of iMncaßer" was pleafed to con¬ fent, in the Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1811, 24 April 1811

    " enclofmg certain Tracts or Parcels of Common and " Walle Grounds called Fulwood Moor and Cadeley " Moor, within and Parcel of the Foreft of Fulwood, in " the County Palatine of Lancqfler." The Queftion was put, '< Whether Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1811, 6 May 1811

    enclofing " certain Trafts or Parcels of Common and Wafte " Grounds called Fulwood Moor and Cadeley Moor, " within and Parcel of the Foreft of Fulwood, in the " County Palatine of Lancaßer" " An Aft for en- " Subscribers-only content

 

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