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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Heapey

    c. The Hoghton part of Heapey does not seem to have been considered an independent manor. Richard de Ollerton granted Orm de Heapey a booth in Gunolfsmoors, and later Richard released to Ranulf de Heapey the service of 5 s

    The parish of Leyland LEYLAND PARISH

    Clayton-le-Woods ; Whittle-le-Woods ; Hoghton ; Withnell ; Wheelon; Heapey This extensive parish, having an area of 19, 2651/2 acres and a population in 1901 of 17,940, appears from its irregular shape to be a remnant of a larger district,

    Townships Hoghton

    shire. 36 He died in 1415 37 holding the manor of Hoghton with its members, viz. Clayton , Wheelton , Heapey , Roddlesworth and Gunolfsmoors, of the king (as Duke of Lancaster , Earl of Linc oln , and lord

    Townships Duxbury

    Standish in the last decade of the 13th century. 12 In 1300 Hugh acquired a share of the manor of Heapey , 13 and various other manors and lands increased the family's estates from time to time. Hugh de Standish

    Townships Anglezarke

    -77. The population in 1901 numbered 93. Almost the only road is that along the western border from Rivington to Heapey . There is no village of Anglezarke, but a hamlet called White Coppice lies in the north-west corner, and

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

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    CHANC.CP.1856/4

    (Lancashire) Place(s): Chorley (Chorley) : undefined Participant: Mary Pendlebury [Pendlebury] Role: witness Details: female; Spinster Location: Chorley (Lancashire) Place(s): Heapey(Heapey) : undefined Participant: John Ditchfield [Ditchfield] Role: witness Details: male; 35 Employment: Schoolmaster Location: Chorley (Lancashire) Place(s): Chorley (Chorley)

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, November 1690, 1-15, 01 November 1690-30 November 1690

    esq., George Farrington of Shaw Hall, gent., Richard Fleetwood of Leyland, gent., John Woodcock of Cuerden, gent., Hen. Garstang of Heapey, yeoman, Alexa[nder ] Breeres of Whittle in Lewood [Whittle le Woods ] , yeoman, and Hugh Armatrydeing of Euxton,

    Cases before the Committee, July 1649, 01 July 1649-31 July 1649

    satisfied the remainder of his fine. 85 665 2 Feb. The fine being paid, sequestration discharged 12 534 Roger Haidock, Heapey, Co. Lancaster. 28 July 1649. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 216 684 R. 216 679 28 July 1649. Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    1877. Heane , co. Kent, hundred of, 806. Heane (Hearne), David, Customs place, Bristol port, 125. Heap . See Heup. Heapey , co. Lancs., 881. Heard (Herd), David, late Provost Marshal, Ireland, 1293, 1492, 1651 payment to widow of, 1651.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found in the canal near the worke.-A verdict of IFouct drowned " was returned.-During the inquest the Coroner complimented Police-eonstable Heapey on his drawing of a plan showing the works and the canal. THE YACHT COORDNET.-A Reuter's telegram from New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I lines to the great accommodation which will be afforded to the Cs fur- extensive Cotton Mills in Livesey, Withnell,- Heapey, and Cs and White Coppice, and to the Print Works at Brinscall, a direct TI eyed and immediate route Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reserutir, tao,! wtth eportst.5' ?stsit.Sl, inn' .a"eng aix- too aSs' Lot m. hto-ur'in'O Itetobse -s FiRst, in Heath Chationcis and Heapey tattiomina' Lit.. Assr.uurst ILesere 055, and with syorsing raghtel, cons,..nshug sosi te tsp tan os. -- C.iT, -' }<527M, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some of them: Livese sicws, a and Tecltholes. in the parish of Blackburn, Stanaot beylml,, a Briaiscall, Withnieil, Wheelten, and Heapey, in the prs fLpadk d octal Botaney, otharwise Botany Bay, ioe the pariatfs hrey n ce 3- terocisoting in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years to ble agreed c" tends 14 land upoIn, the HEAPEY BLEACH WORKS, with 768acres of Grassce I-daltpta~ched. as eccupieil by William Peediehoury, Esquire, situate B 'be owner in Heapey, and two Miles from Chocl1oy, in the count ofLnaso. s Subscribers-only content

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