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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lea , Ashton , Ingol and Cottam

    son of Gamel de Ingol about 1200. 56 Richard de Lea gave to Edmund Earl of Lancaster lands in Ingol in Christ 's Croft , Whitefield , & c., 57 and William son of William de Ingol gave the earl

    Townships Broughton

    also in Broughton Row and Ingol , which descended to Leyland and Tyldesley of Morleys in the parish of Leigh . In 1564 Thomas Leyland was found to have held his lands in Broughton and Ingol of the heirs of

    Townships Preston

    his land at Preston ; De Banco R. 451, m. 163. William Rose of Ingol in 1377 -8 granted Richard Blundell of Preston land in Ingol in Ashton formerly belonging to Robert son of John de Blackburn , and Richard

    Townships Nateby

    daughter of Robert de Pleasington a windmill and lands in Stanah in Thornton , Ribbleton , Ashton , Elswick and Ingol , and in default of issue to his other sons Lawrence, Edmund, Thomas, Roger, William and Richard. 12 John

    The parish of Preston PRESTON

    Elston ; Fishwick ; Broughton ; Haighton; Barton ; Lea , Ashton , Ingol and Cottam The parish of Preston lies on the north bank of the Ribble, and has an area of 16,116 acres, including 2071/2 acres of tidal

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    a . of turbary, 50 a . of furze and heath, and 20 a . of moss in Inghall [ Ingol ] and Broughton [ par. Preston ] . Thomas remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs

    Warrants etc., April 1697, 21-25, 21 April 1697-25 April 1697

    the management of the leather Duties. Joseph Wilmot, leather seller for same. Richard Fifield and John Parker for same. Henry Ingol, citizen and sadler of London: for same. Jonathan Spilsbury, for a collectorship of the same. Richard Markham, William Richens

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    Inchibrackane , Inety Brakane East, co. Cork, 133. Inchiquin , Earl of. See O'Brien, W. Inety Brakane East. See Inchibrackane. Ingol , Henry, of London, sadler, appointment as leather seller, 136. Ingoldsby (Ingoldesby), Richard, colonel, regiment of, 292; agent to.

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    of Inchiquin. Independent , an preacher, an Indian silk Indulgence , the late Inglis , Captain John, of the Dragoons Ingol , William, the elder Ingoldsby , Sir Henry (Harry) Sir Richard Ingram , Matthew, quartermaster of the Coldstream Regiment Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1681, 01 September 1681-30 September 1681

    cordially express their due loyalty to his Majesty and zeal for the Protestant established religion. [2 pages. Printed for William Ingol, the elder. Ibid. No . 136. ] Another copy of the above Address only, with 6 signatures. [ Printed Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AINSWORTH, Henry (by 1502-56/57), of Winkburn, Notts.

    wife, as long as she resided there, and the remaining two thirds, together with leases of lands in Preston and Ingol in Lancashire, to his son and executor, Ralph. The parish churches of Winkburn and Preston, ‘where I was born’,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .gwau, Ac ingoedd gwaeth'nac angau. Dyn beunydd o dan boenau-archollion Erchyllaf, a briwiau: DIawn aeth, yn nod i saetaiu * Ingol mewn uffernol fan. O gwel mmewn ufelYn nolaw-dan lid DUw, Dyna le tost iddaw: Annuwiolion sy'n wylaw Yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r cvfarfodvdd hyn fyned o honi. Yn YSOOL DDYDD}OI,.-Ar y 26airn o Dachwedd, ymweiadd Arolygydd yr Ysgolian ei Mawrhydi A'r Ingol hon. Yr wythnoc ddiweddaf doeth yr adrodd- jad ffurfiol i lawr, yr hwn a ddengys nad ydyw yr ysgol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL. THE IRISH UNIVERSITY BILL. Having already, as he says, burnt his fingers over Irish education, Mr Gladstone seems to be in a fair way of repeating the unpleasant experience, or of following it up with one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meodlificatione ofsolcee Isf tles tisetes as if it had been done a tIRy or teen before. Tine e~hlrisstendbee piced ot Ingol ; thle teetporary geelleries f~se lic flor sers overd wth cimso clths ilee coilincg hcd ~ wih budnone rings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cpitl soci o th copan atpar ad with the benedit of sikig fnd Prncialandinoret exemlpt from all Unitled Staee axs),paybl Ingol. he ubcribed caital of the comanyis10,00,Od~.,of hih 700500 doe, s ully Paid up. Thu ttal aount f Morgege onds Subscribers-only content

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