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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Habergham Eaves

    Habergham , with the reversion of the dower of Margaret widow of John de Habergham . 18 Richard de Habergham , whose parentage is not recorded, received possession about 1366. 19 The estate or manor descended 20 to Lawrence

    Townships Ightenhill Park

    the Castle parish of Clitheroe . The hamlet anciently known as Ightenhill lay to the south of the park, within Habergham Eaves , near the present Whittlefield and Gannow. The ground rises from about 270 ft. above sea level at

    Townships Burnley

    ; and Lawrence Habergham , Hugh Shuttleworth and Jennet Barcroft in Habergham Eaves . 83 To that of 1597: Nicholas Townley and Katherine his mother , Simon Haydock , William Folds , Robert Ingham , Lawrence Habergham , Hugh Halsted

    Townships Hapton

    the plate of which has disappeared. Bradley 47 was divided chiefly between the families of Towneley 48 and Habergham . 49 Lawrence Habergham died in 1615 holding two messuages in Bradley of Richard Towneley in socage by a rent of

    Townships Foulridge

    Joa n wife of James Catterall , the latter having a son and heir Lawrence Habergham ; Farrer, Clitheroe Ct. R . i, 338. Lawrence Habergham died in 1615 holding messuages in Foulridge of Robert Savile in socage by 6

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    kt., John Kychyn, esq., and Thomas Towneley, gent., plaintiffs, and Lawrence Haberjam, gent., deforciant of the manor of Haberjam [ Habergham ] , with the appurtenances, and of 4 messuages, 3 cottages, 4 tofts, 6 gardens, 4 orchards, 300 a

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    J, K H. Haarlem Habergham , Laurence Hackman , Thomas Hackness , co. York Hackney document dated from Le Week in Hackney coaches , proclamation respecting Hage , John Hagger , Thomas Hagley , John Hague , the documents dated Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 314, February 16-29, 1636, 16 February 1636-29 February 1636

    [ p . ] Feb. 21. 49. Receipt of Sir William Russell for 12 l ., ship-money paid by Lawrence Habergham on behalf of Toby Copping, mayor of Orford, in part of 8,000 l . charged upon co. Suffolk by Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, June 1649, 01 June 1649-30 June 1649

    for Lancashire report that they have let of the estate of Isabel Anderton, at Pendle Hall, to John Ingham, of Habergham, for 7 years at 27 l ., being the highest offer made. 159 381 2 Aug. Ingham begs confirmation Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places

    Richard, 109, 112. Grymesere , Grymeshagh, Grymesore, Grymestre , see Grimsargh . Gybons , see Gibbons. H Habergham , Lawrence, 93, 126, 128. Habergham , Manor of, 93. Hackensall , 6, 31. Hackleck , see Hatlex . Hadocke , see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Playfair (of the Government Board of Trade, department of practical art); Rev. C. Richeon, of Manchester; Rev. Mr Wilson, of Habergham, and many of the tradesmen, farmers, and operatives of the district, with their families. The festivity was intended to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June 3. -tone merchantiJne 4, C. S. and C. S. Bevan, Street's buildings, nroad, tX'renor square, bookbinders-June 4, W. Lord, Habergham Oli^|6 ltre.h r~ot mafacturer-June 1, C. Cross, Habergha Eaves, S4f a~^3ttrnemaufctrer-June 15, J. Greenwoodi Dewsbury, Yorkshire, l."~' oje z,; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18 and Feb, 2, at 11, at Manchester. Sol,, Andrew, le chester; off. assig., Fraser, Manchester. WILLOAO and JAMEs DEAN, Habergham. Eaves, near Burnley, Stone masons, Jan. 2 and Feb. 2, at 12, at Manchester. Sole. Cobbeti and Wheeler, Manchester:; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guardian ? WE published yesterday a marvellous correspond. ence, in which the Rev. E. A. VERITY, D.IY., and Vicar of Habergham, Lancashire, pleaded his claims to the Bishopric of Manchester, and actually got a memorial (prepared by himself, it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his next play. A new light has bhust on the controversial firma- ment. The Rev. EDWARD 'AUNDEL VERITY, vicar of Habergham, Lancashire, has shot up from his natural obscurity like a rocket, puffing and fizzing, and he has come " Subscribers-only content

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