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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Golborne

    Townships GolborneGOLBORNE Goldeburn, 1187; Goldburc, 1201; Goseburn (? Goleburn), 1202; Goldburn , 1212; Golburne, 1242. The d seems to have dropped out finally in the 15th century; Golborne , Gowborne, xvi cent. This township stretches northwards for about 21/2

    Townships Lowton

    of the plough-land held in 1212 by Richard de Winwick of Thomas de Golborne . 14 About 1270 Robert Banastre, lord of Newton , granted the Golborne lands to Thurstan de Holland . 15 The descent is not clear, but

    Townships Newton in Makerfield

    Lowton and Golborne were found to be charged with the knight's service of the fee; Lancs . Inq. and Extents (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 73, 74. In 1201 Adam de Lawton and Thomas de Golborne had rendered

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

    For Golborne John Mather left a charge of 10 s . for the poor, to be added to Leadbeater's Charity; and Hannah Hooper left £20, the interest, £1, being paid in 1828 . These have been added to the Golborne

    Townships Ramsgreave

    627. Whalley Couch . (Chet. Soc.), iv, 1222-3 . The principal tenants were n amed Hey, Calvert , Bolton , Golborne and Rushton . The field names were Broadhead , Ramsgreen, Newfield and Worple hills. There was a wood 'well

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Augustus Questin ; Sir Cohn Gonibpelt, K.C.lB.; Sir John Wilson, K.G. B.; Sir Samnuel Ford Whittioghati, K.C.l;.; Sir Johit Golborne, G.C,B.; Sir Archibald Camplyell, Fart. Gi.C.B,; Sir Thomas lsLxahon, Bait,, KC.B.; 6ir Alexander Woodford, K.U.B.; Sir Toow;as Arbuthnot, K.C.B.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKRUPTS. W. Holmes, Chatham, corn dealer. [Neal, Threadneedle street. J. Kelsey, Lydney, Gloucestershire, grocer. [Stevens, Gray's inn square. T. B. Golborne and A. A. Dobbs, Liverpool, wine merchants. [Chester, Staple inn. M. Abrahams, Manebester, tobacconist. [Vincent and Sher- Wood, King's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Ewian, Fishergate, Prestono Lancashire, line. draper-April 1S, . Willis and J1. 1'. Swain son, Liverpoal, merchints-April Li, T. B .Golborne and A. A. Dobus, Liverpool, wine Mserchants-April 17, Ii. Brice, Bristol, cabinet maker. CERTIFICATES-APRiL 10. T'. Smith, Goswell street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bourdel, Rathbene place, blond and lace cleaners-,E and JUolinljarnd J. L. Commins, St John atteet road, Cler- ,enwell, printers-T. B. Golborne, A. A. Dobbs, asd W. *V. it George, Liverpool, end Birkenlead, Cheshire, wine mner. ouiaut,, so far as regards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. J. Orsballtestan, Sr Albans. iHertfordshire, hor dealler-Jose 6, S. and W. Moad, Lrver300l, iron mercbantsS JuSe 9, T. B. Golborne and A A. Dobbs, Liverpool, wine mer- chants-Sain 2, H. Yeatorinr, Letacldane, butbcer-ttYrbire, cheuist-Jase 9, J. H. Alleva, Port Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLUNDELL, Nicholas (d.1422/3), of Little Crosby in Sefton, Lancs.

    and found guilty, along with his wife and Sir Richard Keighley, of evicting one John Holland from the manor of Golborne in Lancashire, although the suit may perhaps have been collusive.[footnote]Blundell died shortly before the beginning of March 1423. He

 

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