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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hapton

    Townships HaptonHAPTON Upton, 1241; Hapton , 1280 and usually. This large township, with an area of 4, 0071/2 acres, 1 extends from the Calder southwards to the Forest of Rossendale . At its southern end is the hill called

    Townships Dunnockshaw

    a detached portion to the west of 81 acres in extent called Dunnockshaw Close, lies between Hapton and Rossendale on the southern slopes of Hameldon , and has an area of 3881/2 acres. 1 A village has grown up on

    Townships Huncoat

    in Huncoat from John de Huncoat in exchange for Bradley in Hapton , 15 and in 1330 William gave his son Richard all his lands in Huncoat and Hapton . 16 The descent can be traced only imperfectly 17 to

    Townships Padiham

    town of Padiham , which has now extended beyond the river into Hapton . In 1901 there was a population of 12,205 in Padiham (including 1,838 from Hapton ) and 133 in North Town ; so that the old township

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    1615 holding the ' Hall of Habergham ,' with lands and coal mine there, part of the adjacent Bradley in Hapton and land in Foulridge ; his heir was his son John, aged sixteen. 21 John Habergham in 1631 paid

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    . of meadow, 20 a . of wood, 100 a . of pasture, and 200 a . of moor in Hapton, Huncotte [ Huncoat ] , Padyam [ Padiham ] , and Burtwisell [ Birtwistle ] . Robert remitted all

    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    . of land, 8 a . of meadow, 6 a . of pasture, and 6 a . of wood in Hapton. Robert remitted all right to Edmund and his heirs, for which Edmund gave him 20. m. 7. [18 August,

    Lancashire Fines, 1 Mary and 1-2 Philip and Mary

    a . of pasture, 30 a . of moor, and 50 s . of rent in Henthorn, Lyttyll Mytton, and Hapton. William remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Thomas Lyster, for which the plaintiffs gave

    Acts of the Court of High Commission, 01 January 1635-31 January 1635

    Lawrence Sadler, Ambrose Laite, Richard Mynne, James Davies, and Samuel [Simeon ] Man, booksellers. The like. Theophilus Brabourne, clerk, of Hapton, co. Norfolk. Ordered to perfect his submission, and to appear again next court, to perform the same. fol. 153 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    , Isaac (p.) Judith (p.) Hanse Towns , Resident with see also Bremen, Hamburg, L beck. Hansen , Marten (p.) Hapton , Capt. William Hara , Charles (p.) Harach , Count de, ambassador Harache , Abraham (p.) Harbord , William, Subscribers-only content

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

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    : chapelry Whalley (Lancashire) Hapton(Hapton) : township Notes: There are two depostions in the name of Joseph Sutcliff; the first states that Heptonstall is his place of residence whilst the second states that he lives in Hapton in Lancashire.


    (Kirkby Misperton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Clark [Clerke] Role: witness Details: male; 56; yeoman Location: Great Habton, Little Habton (Hapton) : township Place(s): Kirby Misperton (Kirkby Misperton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Liley [Lilley] Role: witness Details: male; 30

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NORTH ANTEMOA.. Q(7nac, JuLY 2.-Oa Monday, the 6th inst. aboui 5se o'clock in the morning, the inhabihiits of the parirl of St. Gile4, the settlemaellts of which extend two leazie' .nd a ha'f along the low gronnds on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park, In the 82Uad year of her ee, Hannah Lawden, eldest di of the late Thomas Lawden, ot 49, Great Hapton StreS. LeroRPmeLID.-On the 7th s., aged 82 years John P 9 Litebdeld, Yardley. _ MsnnwAsre.-Onthe Sthinsrt., liziboth, the beloved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were fined, thre former 20e. and costs, ansi tire latter 10s. and costs, for assaulting Police-constable Cappner, irs Hospital and Hapton Streets, ore Saturday uiglit. The ofl'rcer had toaret t ire male prisoe fo rn offene, when tire latitter Ikicked. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC ANSM S TpHEATRE ROYAL, B~IRDIIN11GUAM, p sast, NIght of Mr. EDWAUD TERRY. To-NannT (Saturtday), by ies~ire. Pluceo's higlp nc, oe C~omedy. and as prodeced hero last year, yscefu "THE ROCKET, I. Mlevaller Walinerhisatao, Mir. If. TERRY. tit On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (17) was sentenced at -Manchester Assires, yesterday, rv seven years' penal servitude for assaulting a youn named Thomas -Oxford, at Hapton. Prisoner ines Oxford, who he knew had money in his possession, in a field, and because he refused to Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RIGMAIDEN, William, of Blyth, Notts.

    himself the marriage of the widowed Elizabeth Towneley, whose first husband, John, was lord of the manors of Towneley, Cliviger, Hapton and Birtwisle, as well as of other property in Lancashire. Approximately one third of these holdings was assigned to


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