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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Huncoat

    1316 William de Birtwisle obtained land 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

    Townships Old and New Accrington

    trees have been dug. 6 At a point in the east of the township, where the boundaries of Hapton and Huncoat join, was a well formerly called Mare or Mere Hole Well, at which a popular festival was formerly held

    Townships Hapton

    called Old Tunstead and another half acre. 36 Another family of Birtwisle is more closely connected with Huncoat . John Birtwisle of Huncoat died in 1617 holding a messuage in Hapton of Richard Towneley in socage by a rent of

    Townships Church

    east to west. The area measures 528 acres. 1 The population in 1901 was 6,463. The chapelry embraces Oswaldtwistle and Huncoat also. The principal road is that from Blackburn to Accrington , crossing the southern end of the township. The

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    held in demesne were Colne , Great and Little Marsden , Briercliffe , Burnley , Ightenhill, Habergham , Padiham , Huncoat , Hapton , Accrington , Haslingden , Downham , Worston , Chatburn and Little Pendleton . 16 The forests

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Parkinson, Ilminster, Somersetshire, stationer. W. Plant, Stockport, Cheshire, hat-block turner. W. Hogg, Hulme, Lancashitre, beer-seller and saddler. E. Bently, Huncoat, Lancashire, cordwainer. R. Davidson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, journeyman bricklayer. 3. Locke, Chapel street, Grosvenor place, surgeon. E. Randall, Bath, postition. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Forres, inrers.tneetr VI. P. Ilsuldunrl. tEzq.. F.S.I. C~sr.Iooprer sod tioriditig, Sur- wcyorsi, 4L1 Ilorgate, Streetm ft.. John S, Urtlciahlcw,Esi.t!'.ntuSpinnrr, Huncoat, Ancnimg-ton. The Lanrcash ie or anorinhiru fkajxkiott Company, -Manichester, Dud .4 llancer Stank (lirnitrdl. Dirthoitonmnr, tissue. London, F.C., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gouldiig, rEsq., FS.I.. (Messrs. Cooper sad Glouldting, Sur- vr1yorsl, 41, Mfoorgate Street., E.G. John S. Grlisshaw, EsQ., J.P.. Cotton Spinner. Huncoat, Accrington. The Laneashire and Yorkshire fLanking Company. Melneliester and Alliance Bank (Limited), Bartholomew Loane. London, B.C., and ~ B3rantches. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dreadfully. ard ralieY8, Manyholes, lHaslingden, 50; both legs broken joc ,crushed. r55lCOHarttley, 24, Burnloy; both legs broken and appa. l~~olell lngle; Batenden, 21; cosstnsionof the brain, tbeaes Loftihouse, spinner, 61, Huncoat ; bruised about SBlythc, 3e, weaver, Colne; internal hemorrhage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bursts of applause. /I The Acoriogton police on Sundey received information 'G that a prize eook-fight had taken place at Huncoat, outside id the boroueh, and was witnessed by a large number of nl psople, hailing chiefly-from B33iekburn. A young Subscribers-only content

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