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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Inskip with Sowerby

    of Inskip in 1580 ; Exch. Dep . (Rec. Soc. Lancs , and Ches.), 2. William Lord Cavendish had Inskip , & c., in 1614 ; Pat. 12 Jas. I, pt. xxvi. See the account of Brindle . Inskip was

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    360-361); a note on St. Benedict 's Church, Huntingdon , by S. Inskip Ladds (ibid. x, 164-166); and a note on Little Stukeley Church , by S. Inskip Ladds (ibid. xiv, 428-429). Two charters relating to Brampton Church are described

    Notices relating to Hunts since 1926

    ( Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans . v, 266-268.) DOMESDAY SURVEY The Borough of Huntingdon and Domesday Book. S. Inskip Ladds. ( Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans . v, 105-112.) Domesday Woodlands in Huntingdonshire . H. C. Darby

    The parish of St Michael-on-Wyre STMICHAEL'S ON WYRE.

    Elswick 1451/2 6901/2 15 Inskip with Sowerby 9421/2 1,875 31 Woodplumpton 178 4,492 10 4,539 12,611 154 The plague of 1349-50 visited the parish, taking off many of the people. 1a Sir Richard Kighley of Inskip was one of those

    Townships Great Eccleston

    583. The roads spread out from the village. Eastward goes one to St. Michael 's; east and south, another to Inskip ; west, to Little Eccleston , in the parish of Kirkham , affording a way across the Wyre by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs Pearson, Miss F. Kenidrick, Miss Gouldsmith, and Miss F. Corbeauxi; by Messrs orto, Hailustone, Gr1een1, ?amore1(a youth under 15), Inskip, Childe, Warringtons, Boaden, Faulkner, Fisk, aYLverWeege Watt, Dujardine, Ziegler, Buss, Cartwright atd Lee.- The mO striking are those after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heat: 1, A. IKeats,, Stoke (160 yde.); ,2, J. A, McKay, Manchester (105 yds.) Third L) ]ealt I 1, It. Inskip, Lengtob (160yds ); 2, D. JohPsQne Crewe e (108yds,) Final: 1, H. Illskip; , Keats; 3, D. Johneson a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smitle be, - 0, (400 yards), kept hlis telaco ice front for some distane, aisd W.was then overtaken by H-. Inskip 130 yards), but directly I a~fterwards IV. Turner i300 yards) sltot reheat] to the front. M'. In thes eleventhlapll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deemed by o them desirable, in order to prevent any sueo 1 violation of the Factory and Wrklshops' Act.-Mr. U Inskip seconded the resolution. The extension of female g hours of labour, he said, was conducive to the neglect of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Ven. Archdeacon LILLIeNSTONT delivered a devo- tional address urpon "(Christian Love," after which tbo CHAIRtrMAN announced that Mr., J. Inskip (Bristol) whs I anablc to attend. Ile lad, however, sent iis paper, and he would ask the ReV. J. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3827

    (Mearles) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Thirsk (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sowerby (Sowerby) : undefined Location: St Michaels On Wyre (Lancashire) Place(s): Inskip (Inskipp) : undefined Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Poulton (Poulton) : township Location: Croston (Lancashire) Place(s): Bispham (Bispham) : township

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1819, 26 April 1819

    of The Most Noble William " Spencer Duke of Devonshire to the Manors of " Brindle and Inskip and Estates in Brindle, Inskip " and Eccleston, in the County of Lancaster." Hodie 2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1819, 26 April 1819

    of The Most Noble William " Spencer Duke of Devonshire to the Manors of « Brtndle and Inskip, and Estates in Brindle, Inskip «< and Eccleston, in the County of Lancaster." E. Shaftesbury. E. Pomfret. E. Darlington. E. Farnham. V. Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1819, 17 May 1819

    of The Most " Noble William Spencer Duke of Devonshire to the " Manors of Brindle and Inskip, and Estates in " Brindle, Inskip, and Eccleston, in the County of " Lancaster;" "That the Committee had met and " considered Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1819, 18 May 1819

    The Most Noble William fire's Estate " Spencer Duke of Devonshire, to the Manors of ' : " Brindle and Inskip, and Estates in Brindle, In- " skip and Eccleston, in the County of Lancaster." The Question was put, " Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1819, 10 June 1819

    of The Most Noble William Spencer " Duke of Devonshire to the Manors of Brindle and " Inskip, and Estates in Brindle, Inskip, and Ec- " cleston, in the County of Lancaster;" and to acquaint this House, That they have Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IPRES, Sir Ralph (c.1336-1397), of Quernmore, Lancs.

    that Sir Ralph acquired the wardship and marriage of Gaunt’s young tenant, Richard Catterall, whose extensive estates in Catterall, Goosnargh, Inskip and Wrightington were leased to him at just over £43 a year. In the event, he did not live

 

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