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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Heyhouses

    Townships HeyhousesHEYHOUSESHeyhouses is a small extra-parochial place of 322 acres, including 6 acres of inland water, lying in the valley between Pendle Hill and the ridge at the north of Padiham . Through this valley flows Sabden Brook

    Townships Goldshaw Booth

    the audience of John Nutter , steward of Blackburn Hundred, John Hargreaves of Higham , and John Radcliffe of the Heyhouses in Pendle confessed that he knew nothing of her but well. 16 A month later the boy Edmund Robinson

    Townships Ightenhill Park

    of Clitheroe for the site of the manor-house. The manor includes Burnley , Padiham , Little Marsden , Briercliffe and Heyhouses ; information of Mr. A. Ford . Pat. 1 Chas. I, pt. ii. Ct. R. Pat. 13 Chas. II,

    Lytham

    called Heyhouses , occupies the north-west portion and looks out over the Irish Sea to the west. The area between the two extremes is known as Ansdell ; the new residential district called Fairhaven is here, 1 while Heyhouses is

    Townships Padiham

    . 11/2 d .; Read, 17 s . 41/4 d .; Hapton , £1 13 s . 113/4 d .; Heyhouses , 3 s . 2 d .; Dunnockshaw , 1 s . 11 d . Higham was in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (LYtIiam and ffirklflan limes) referred last week in our report to the conaecrattOn of thenewchurch of St. Anne's, built at Heyhouses, seasr Lytham, by the LadY Eleanor Csd0iy Citton, to the proposede ,etabliament ot a ne w 505 side resort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d 110 acres, there were only two claimants, both good far. Yel 5. mers. The winner, Mr. Thomas Swarbrlick, of Heyhouses, nor )r was, however, so fully anead of his opponent in results, has y that we awarded the prize Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Petty Sessional Division of Acoring. ton and Burnley (except the parishes of Read, Simon. stone, Padiham, Hligham-with-West Close, Booth, and Heyhouses) ; and the municipal boroughs of Burnley and Accrington. TheRossrNDA.E DrvIsioN. with a population numbering n 69,654, comprises the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Roughlee Booth, Bartleyewith-Wheatley Booth, Wheatley Carr Booth, Old Land. Booth, Goldahaw Booth, Reedley Besllows, Filly Close and New Laund Booth. Heyhouses, lighai-with-West Close Booth, Ighitenhill Park, Simon- stone, Read, Buroley (mild), and 1%dihsim (rural); popu- lation, 13,950; onerepresstatlve. The Clerk'wasinetrocted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12; by Nelson to Burnley, &I ; Accring- e ton, 6-; Blackburn, 5; Presto-n 9; Preckleton, 71: a Lytham, 56; Heyhouses, 2: Blaokpool, 6: total, 68j e miles. This route, though only one of three that are I available, has Subscribers-only content

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