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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Thurnham

    from Glasson to Overton . The township has a parish council. Wheat, oats, potatoes and clover are grown. The soil is loam with clay subsoil, but on the north clayey with marl subsoil. There is a graving dock at Glasson

    Townships Overton

    spread out in various directions-north to Heaton , south to the church and river-side, where there is a ferry to Glasson ; south-west to Sunderland , across the sands, impassable when the tide is in; and north-west to Middleton .

    Townships Ellel

    Lancaster to Preston ; it has older roads, now subsidiary, at each side. From Galgate one road goes west to Glasson , and a second south-east to Dolphinholme . This last is crossed by another, going north-east f rom Bay

    Townships Church

    , M.A. 74 (Brasenose Coll ., Oxf.) 1879 Thomas Farmer Collins , M.A. 75 (Brasenose Coll ., Oxf.) 1891 Joseph Glasson Denison, M.A. 76 (Brasenose Coll ., Oxf.) 1903 Arthur John Morris , M.A. 77 (Brasenose Coll ., Oxf.) Some

    Townships Altham

    the Hon. G. A. W. Curzon . Mr. Wood had been assistant curate of Altham since 1804. Incumbent of Christ Church , Glasson , 1846-8 . Vicar of Padiham 1896-1905 . Vicar of Fence 1887, rector of West Bridgford 1894.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y bydidai i'w ddeiliaid fwynhau heddwch am dymor maith. Cymerwyd trn ugain o amaethwyr Gwyddelig o flaen yr ynalrn yn Glasson, dd3ydd Mereher, arn aflonyddu ar y swvddoyion oedd yn gweiiyddu gwysiadau. Gin iddy t wrtbod talu y dirwyon, eymer.7yd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Ttageday, February 9. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. and I. Oliver, Newark.Upou-Trent, mercers-3. Diggle and W. Barlow, Heywood, Lancashire, joiners-Wilson and Sanderson, Workington, Cumberland, wine merchanits-R. Winter and, J. Eryar, Sunderlindi farriers-Skinnor and Cainplemnan;B rower atreot, 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    banker-November 10, W. and J. C. Carr, Sunierland, merchants-November 10, J. Rimmer, Lythiam, Lancashire, innkeeper - November 9, Gibson and Glasson, Liverpool, silk mercers-NovemberrT.F.Cocon, Canterbiry, builder-November 8, W. Parker, Hockley, Nottingbamsbire, gMrcer-November ii, J. Rate, Bourn, Lincolnshire, feltmooger -November 9, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jewvry: J. Peniston, Liverpool, drysalter. [ICeightley and Co Chancery lone: S. Jones, Manchester, timber merchant. [Abbott, Lincoln's-inn fields. J. Williamson, Glasson, innkeeper. [Willan,.Bodford row. T. Carter, Preston, corn merchant. [Gregory and Co. Bedford rov. DI I-DENDS. July 4, M. Griffith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ellis, Weduesbury, Staffordshire, builder-November 7, T. Stacey, Eekington, Der- byshire, coalmastec-November 7, Margaret Hassell, Manchester, milliner-eo- vember 7, J. Williamson, Glasson, Lancasoise, Iaukeeper. CE RT I I C A T E S to be granted by the Court of Review, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G

    Beaton), 50, 51, 54, 55, 79. -, -, detained as prisoner in England, 50. -, -, released from imprisonment, 54. Glasson , de, 265. Glencairn , Earl of (Alexander V.), 58. Glyn , Dean of the Arches, Commissioner for depredations,

    Lancashire Fines, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary

    . of turbary, 200 a . of furze and heath, and 20 s . of rent in Thurneham, Cokerham, and Glasson. Thomas and Katherine remitted all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them... m. 159. [17

    General Index, G, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Thomas, 157 Gittens (Gittosse), George, 125, 227, 242 Gittosse , see Gittens. Glascocke , Ann, 84, 452 -, Richard, 282 Glasson , Thomas, 429 Glaves , Thomas, 299 Glemsford , co. Suffolk, 130 Globe , The see under Plavhouses. Gloucester

    Index, G, 01 November 1557-31 December 1558

    elected ambassador to England, (1509), App. 74. - See Justignan, Zustiguan. Givet , fortress of, Imperial troops at the, 164. Glasson , M. de, 1072. Gloves , perfumed, 1227. Gobbo , the courier, 758. Godolphin , William, licensed to carry

    Edward VI, April 1553, 02 April 1553-30 April 1553

    Maurice will be at one, till time serve them better to fall out. The Emperor's troops are at Terouanne. De Glasson, who was sent to survey it, reports that though the walls are severely battered, yet the ramparts are so

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    cured and barrelled under certain Regulations, " and of Four Shillings per Cv/t. on all Cod, Lyng, Hake, " Haddock, Glasson or Conger taken or cured on any " Part of the Coast of Ireland: Thirdly, by an annual " Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    lxv.32. Bill presented, 95. King's consent signified, 343. R. a. 381.———Glandford. See infra, 132, (SnifferZy,) —Glassbridge. See supra, 47, (Cressington.)- Glasson (Cumberland); lxv. 13. Bill presented, 42. r. a. 201. - Glattou with Holme (Huntingdon); lxiv. 68. Bill presented, 174. Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    the County of Cumberland, viz. Burghe, Beamond, Kirke- anders, Westlemington, Bownes, Dromboughe, Whit- thrigg and Whitthrigglees, Langcrofte and Anthorne, Cardronocke, Glasson, Easton, Fyngland, Thursbie, Rowcliffe, Etterbie, Ayketon, &c. Also the Verdict and Presentment of the Jury of Survey of the Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1789, 11 March 1789

    a Pier or Mole, and make a Wet Dock, in or near to the said River, at a Place called Glasson, and the same hath been begun, and so far pro¬ ceeded in, as to be rendered a safe and Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1789, 25 April 1789

    also a' Wet Dock, should be erected and made in or near to the said River, at a Place called Glasson, and that the same hath been begun, and so far proceeded in as to render the said Port a Subscribers-only content

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

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    male; 30 Location: Bowness-on-solway (Cumberland) Place(s): Glasson(Glasson) : hamlet Bowness On Solway (Bownes) : ecclesiastical parish Cumberland Participant: William Carruthers [Carruders] Role: witness Details: male Employment: labourer Location: Bowness-on-solway (Cumberland) Place(s): Glasson(Glasson) : undefined Bowness On Solway (Bownes)


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