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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Greenhalgh-with-Thistleton

    lands in Greenhalgh Field held by Rowland Cornay. These rents were from Greenhalgh in the Fylde; from Greenhalgh in the Holme came 10 s . for a tenement lately Henry Fleetwood 's. Another Greenhalgh gave a name to Greenhalgh Castle

    Townships Medlar-with-Wesham

    Thomas de Greenhalgh , John de Marays and John son of Roger de Bradkirk brought a claim against William de Heaton and others in 1334 , but did not prosecute it; Coram Rege R. 297, m. 122. James Greenhalgh died

    Townships Elton

    son of Henry Greenhalgh ; Henry son of the said John; Rayner Greenhalgh and Thurstan his brother; Robert and Thomas, sons of William Greenhalgh ; Geoffrey son of John Greenhalgh ; Thomas and Ralph, sons of Roger Greenhalgh ; and

    Townships Weeton -with-Preese

    and Swarbrick to Singleton ; from Weeton a cross road goes west through Mythop to Blackpool and another east to Greenhalgh . The old Danes' Pad is traced in Mythop , running north-west. The railway from Preston to Fleetwood and

    Townships Barnacre-with-Bonds

    and his daughter Olivia wife of Lord Henry Cavendish Bentinck succeeded to Wedacre , Greenhalgh and other estates. 40 Wedacre and the Barnacre estate, together with Greenhalgh and Lingart , were purchased from Lord Bective 's representatives in 1899 by

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    of Lynn Regis letter of letter to Levi Theoph. Thos. Capt. Mr. Greenfield , Thos., mayor of Rye, letter of Greenhalgh , Thos. Greenhill , Wm., letter of Greenhithe , Kent, letters dated from Greenhurst , Mr. Greenland Greenwich , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    passes for Green (Greene), Abraham George Hinrick Peter Greenaway , Capt. Greenby , John Green Cloth , the, Board of Greenhalgh , James Greenham (co. Berks) Greenhill , Commander Capt. Mr. letters to Greenland (Dutch), ship of Greenvill , Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Warrants for the Payment of Money, 1720, April-June, 01 April 1730-30 June 1730

    XXIX. p. 78. Hugh Howard - 300 0 0 Repairs of Fulham Road - Disposition Book XXIX. p. 276. Wm. Greenhalgh, Sheriff of Lancaster. 80 0 0 Disbursements as sheriff - Money Book XXXV. p. 136. Sir Matthew Decker, Sheriff

    Index, G, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    65. William, called Captain Green, said to be one of Essex's followers, 44, 87, 93. Greenall , William, 44, 87 Greenhalgh , 166. Greensmith , Matthew, letters from, 238, 263, 511. Greenwich , 297, 343, 350, 404. letters dated at,

    General Index, G, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    published by Greene , Giles, M.P. letters to note by Greenfield , Capt., his troop Greenhalgh Castle , near Garstang, co. Lancaster garrison at Greenhalgh , John, servant of the Earl of Derby Greenhough , Mr. Greensmith , Mr. Greeves Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hard labour:- Richard Eastwood, John Pilling, and Thomas Heyerood, for rioting at Bolton, were sentenced to one year's imprison- ment.-Soaloon Greenhalgh, a respectahle-looking lad, with- out parents, was merely ordered to find two sureties of 251. each, to appear and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, December K. WAR OFFICE, DOcrunsyt 5. lt Dragoons-H. G. Sutton, be Cornetbypurchase, vice Child, who retires. 2nd Dragoonos-Lieut. J. V. Tuthill to be Capt. by purchase, vice Elliott, who retires; Lieut. C. W. Calvert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday morn- ing in the death of one of the passengers, a hoy named Richard Greenhalgh. An inquest was held on the bodies of Greenhalgh and Bancroft on Thursday, when the evidence given fully corro- borated the statements which appear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C Chown, Sheffield, shoe dealer. [Smith and Burdekin, Sheftield.-J Duffield and W R Dauber, Sheffield, grocers. Bond and Barwviclc, Leeds.-S Greenhalgh, Bury, confectioner. [Watson, Bury.-J Mills, Royton, near Oldham, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer. ISlter and Mvers, Manchester. Friday, April 19. BANKRUPTS.-W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when the Spanish and Portuguese congregation was formally established. Their numbers at this period have been variously esti- mated; Thomas Greenhalgh, in his visit to a synagogue in that year, found a hundred Jews performing their devotions. The Christian spectator, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHERBORN, Sir Richard (by 1522-94), of Stonyhurst, Lancs.

    4th Earls as master forester of Amounderness. In July 1555 the 3rd Earl had granted him to the custody of Greenhalgh castle and park, and in July 1567 the earl added the stewardships of Bolton in Lonsdale and of the


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