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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ashton

    Garswood and Brynn are named; ibid. 321. In 1784 ninety-three persons were confirmed at Brynn, where the Easter communicants numbered 180; the corresponding numbers at Garswood were 39 and 100; ibid. 324. Fr. Cuthbert Clifton probably served Brynn and

    The parish of Winwick Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISH of WINWICK

    tumuli and other ancient remains. The Domesday Survey shows that a large part of the surface consisted of woodland, and Garswood in Ashton preserves the name of part of it. In the Civil War two battles were fought near Winwick

    Townships Atherton

    de Atherton , chr., son of Henry , had a licence for an oratory in his manors of Atherton and Garswood in Ashton in Makerfield in 1360 . 21 He and his son were deponents in 1386 in the Scrope

    Townships Abram

    George Mascy, being his second wife; Dugdale, Visit . (Chet. Soc.), 194. In 1649 Abraham Lance appointed William Gerard of Garswood , son and heir apparent of Sir William Gerard of Brynn, receiver for behoof of Abraham Lance and his

    Townships Haydock

    between Newton and Ashton it seems to have been cut off from the former township. Clipsley Brook separates it from Garswood in Ashton , and Sankey Brook forms the south-west boundary. The population in 1901 numbered 8,575. Haydock is varied

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Margaret Gerard

    Details Margaret Gerard in religion Mary Frances Born in Garswood Died 1781 30 Dec father Sir William Gerard 6th bart mother Elizabeth Clifton

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

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    of Thomas Bowyer, deceased, late of Grays Inn one of the creditors of John Biddolph, deceased Participant: RogerStoughton [Stoughton] Role: appellant Details: male; Armiger Participant: HesterWild [Wyld; Wilde] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Winwick (Lancashire) Place(s): Garswood (Garwood) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    co. Galway. the wife of J. Farrar, Esq., late Capt., Ist Life Guards, ot 5 daulster-On the 21st lost, at Garswood, Warringtos, Lady Gerard, the wife of Sir R. T. Gerard, Bast., of a daughter-On the 22usd inst., at Carnton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    future good conduct. Shortly after noon on Tuesday a colliery explosion, causing the loss of fourteen lives, occurred at the Garswood Colliery, Ashton in Mackerfield, worked by Messrs D. Brimelow and Soas. The pit is a couple of miles from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C0NMERCIAL AND MONETARY. , . . [From oirC- CoV cerrcyondent.] LosDoS, Friday Eveniun. Bank rate of discount since January 31, 1889, 3 per cenb. There was only a moderate demand for Money in Lombard Street to-day, while there was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. John Wilde; Liverpool, Rev. J. Elwards, Mr. Geo. flennoht, andc Mr. FavAni; London, Colonel Goodwyni, Lieut. Blackrnore, Rev. J. Garswood, Mr. R. C. L. Bevant, Mr. Mayo Iferbsart, M)r. E. Wilson, and M~r. Clough (of Bedford) ; Manchsester, Mir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filliles allowed 31b. ; winners extra, Second to 'a'e bil&A iStraight half mile. ORDER 49F RUNNING. The Visitors' Purse . . . The Newton Stakes . The St. Helen's Purse . The Garswood Plate . AnscIvWr-Capon, Polly resch~tm, and Mactells. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    Garford Priory Gargrave , Lieut. Henry Garner , James, M.A. Garnier , Mons. Mary Garrett , John Garroway , James Garswood (Lanc.) Garter , Order of the Gartmore Garvan , Lieut. William Garwin , Capt. William Gasar , Anna Isabella Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, May 1690, 01 May 1690-31 May 1690

    gentleman, William Molyneux, esquire, son of Caryll, Lord Viscount Molyneux, of Ireland, William Gerrard, son of Sir William Gerrard, of Garswood, Lancashire, bart., Thomas Westby esquire, Robert Molyneux, of Mosborough, William Massey of Puddington, Cheshire, esquire, Christopher Carus of Halton, Subscribers-only content

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