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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Worsthorne with Hurstwood

    , 2. Heriots with William Hurstwood - William Hurstwood , 1; John Halstead , 1/2; Richard Hichson, 1/2; heirs of John Ormerod , 3/4; Richard Towneley , 1/4; William Barcroft , 1/2; heirs of William Hurstwood , 1/2. Heriots with

    Townships Dunnockshaw

    of 53 s . 4 d . 4 In the 17th century it was the property of the Towneleys of Hurstwood , 5 probably by inheritance from the Ormerods. 6 The Census Rep . 1901 gives 666 acres, including 31

    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    to Clayton of Carr in 1719 and then lived at Hurstwood . His son John (d. 1779) succeeded, and was followed by a brother Richard, who in 1781 sold Hurstwood to John Smith ; their younger brother Edmund was father

    Townships Cliviger

    also preserved an old carved oak panel with the arms of Spenser of Hurstwood , which is said to have been taken from 'Spenser's House' in Hurstwood village when that building passed to the Ormerods. 58 Ormerod House Cliviger was

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    and Birtwisle, with lands, & c., there and in Burnley , Burnley Wood , Habergham Eaves , Briercliffe , Extwistle, Hurstwood and Worsthorne in Lancashire , and the manors of Nocton and Dunston and the advowson of Water Willoughby in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y forthe followilng Districts of the Union:- of The BUIlNLEV DISTRICT, Ircluding the Towvislhips of or Bureileyj ,W sth(.rINe Iith Hurstwood, Briereliffe with 1, Estestie and Ightenhill Pritr, One Relievie officer, Salary £80 per Year; one Assistant is Overseer to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may ho then. produced, all the Flag, Slate, and Stone QUAlIRIES within, Worsthorne Moor, in the Township of Worathorne with Hurstwood and ndCounty of Lancaster. These extensive and well known nd Quarries have been long celebrated for producing Flags and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beihen produced, all the Flag, Sflate, and Stepie QVARltIES within W orsthorue I Moor, fin the Township O)f WVorsthovene with Hurstwood and fCounty of. Lancaster These extensive and well known 5Quarries have been-lo1ng celebrated for producing Flags and Slate of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he to be son of the person residing on the farm at lighfield, B ae under Mr. Wm. Smith, of Hurstwood. They alleged that ofI aell Mrs. Sutcliffe, the occupier, had been a widow five years, sett 3Utend that since Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N OTICE. -. Freehold Property in the Crescent, E llipe.-TbcTwo nwly-eectedDwellng~hasousituate inl thle resectvel ~eosgrgadvrcecdforSal byAuciononThursday. the Thir da ofNovmbe, 184,at he row an AnhorHotel. Ripon, 4,Bank-street, Leels M~r. OR VE itSell by Auction, on Moarlir October Thrctill-falitiil 14,in Subscribers-only content

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