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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ulnes Walton

    d.; Assize R. 1435, m. 48. John son of Nicholas de Goldburn occurs in a fine of 1333; Final Conc . ii, 90. Richard son of John Collinson (? Goldburn ) at Pentecost, 1352, claimed a messuage and land against

    Townships Croston

    messuage and lands in Croston against Gilbert de Ince and Alice his wife, John de Goldburn and Adam de Orrell , and recovered against Goldburn ; Duchy of Lanc. Assize R. 2, m. 2 d. It was shown that Gilbert

    Townships Golborne

    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 miles from the boundary of

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'G'

    Thos, bach, £600, 30.6 Wm; Anne, w, 74.15 Wm; £600; Jane, w, 58.14 Goldague Francis; Rose, w; Francis, s, 9.50 Goldburn Anne, ser, 81.3 Goldby : Francis, 63.8 Wm; Ann, w; Dot, d, 17.88 Goldin Wm, ser, 8.12 Golding :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wales, to the 19th Jan. last, mention that Mr. Thomas P. Besnard, late of Limerick, is appointed Post- master at Goldburn, Sydney, New South Wales. Mr. Raymond, late of the county of Limerick, had completed his very valuable and useful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adeath of Mr. Thomas Charles, late of Church Street, 0o Ballymena, who was accidentally drowned whilst Albathing in the liver Goldburn, near Murcheson, in Di Australia, on the 19th February last. Mr. Charles was a young gentleman of amiable and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went to Goldburn, and there I was re-married in the Roman Catholic Church in my own name- Roger Chas. Doughty Tichborne. The certificate produced is that of my mar- riage. This was on the 9th July, 1866. From Goldburn I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. .____-- Fourteen deaths in the Metropolis last week were doe to alcoholism. Influenza still lingers in the Metropolis. There were six fatal cases last week. Thirty-eight deaths in London last week were attributed to accident or negligence. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tell how early he weat eat that morning. We can hear very plain out of other booses into tnide. Jnditb Goldburn. I lived next door to fbe de- ceased, Esther KenyoO ; saw ber alive on Friday evening, December Ist; Subscribers-only content

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