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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rixton with Glazebrook

    area is 2,988 acres, 2 of which Rixton , the western portion, has 2, 2131/2 acres, and Glazebrook the remainder. Hollinfare or Hollins Green is a hamlet on the boundary of the two portions of the township, and gives its

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    four endowed chantry priests serving the church; one of these also taught the school, and another served the chantry at Hollinfare . 117 The clergy list of 1541-2 shows that besides the rector, probably non-resident, and the four cantarists, there

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    ( Huyton ), 174, 353 Higher Hall , ( Westleigh ), 422 Holbrook ( Bold ), 408 Holland (Downholland), 198 Hollinfare ( Rixton ), 339 Hopecarr ( Bedford ), 433 Hutt ( Halewood ), 150 Huyton , (p) 151, (t)

    Townships Warrington

    confirmed in 1784 . In 1767 the numbers of 'Papists' were returned by the bishop of Chester as follows: Warrington , 401; Burtonwood , 15; Hollinfare , 41; Trans. Hist. Soc . (New Ser.), xviii, 215. Liverpool Cath. Ann .

    The parish of Eccles Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISHES of ECCLES and FLIXTON .

    arable land on each side, overflowed the dam of Culcheth Mill , and prevented the passage of the ferry at Hollinfare for some days. Leland calls it 'Chateley More'; Itin . vii, 48. A description of the railway, published in

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Index C C Cabell , John, 689. Cabull , Thos., p. 544. Cadbury , Devon, g. 831 (71). Cadcote . See Catcot. Cadland , Hants, g. 942 (14). Cadysewalhed , Lanc. (near Hollinfare?), g. 611 (31). Caelius (Celius) ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Timberlhill, Norwich. ed Rev. E. F. Randolph, rector of Kempton, Hunts. in Rev. G. F. Roberts, perpetual curate of Hollinfare, Lance- shire. Rev. E. Rutter, incumbent of St. John the Evangelist, Spittal, Berwick. Rev. S. Smith, rector of Landnlph, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    borough commission. Sutton neab Macclesfield. -Mr Thornycroft, magistrate, C. * * Bowdon. - Biohard H. Joynson, -Bowdon; James Davies, farmer, Hollinfare. Tim perlet. - Mr Thomas Tatton, magistrate C. WILMBLOW. - Mr Edward Hyde Greg, magistrate, C. Weavebham.- Dr. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (grandson). Colonel Best, R.A., Captain Best, R.N., Sir Watkin Wynn, Mr. Robt. Winn, and the Rev. E. Wethered, rector of Hollinfare, Warrington. A word of advice, we have Tea at all prices from la. per pound, bnt we recommend you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. E. Reiss, F. Johnston, Liscard; U. B. Corbett, Hoylake; George Cooke, Clayley Hall; E. H. Harrison, Eastham; John Davies, Hollinfare, Warrington; Arthur H. Sykes, Bishop's Castle, Shropshire; Alan J. Sykes, Cheadle ; A. T. Squarey, Liverpool ; A. Ash- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to St. Peter's, Cougleton ; Samuel Crawford Armour, Literate, licensed to St. George's, Liverpool ; John Griffiths, Literate, licensed to Hollinfare ; Thomas Davies Jones, Magdalene Hall, Oxford, on Letters Dimissory from the BUhop of Bangor. Priests -.-Gilbert Covenry Master, Subscribers-only content

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