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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cluniac monks The cell of Kersal

    cell of Kersal HOUSE OF CLUNIAC MONKS 4. THE CELL OF KERSAL In the reign of Stephen Ranulf Gernons , earl of Chester , when in possession of the district 'between Ribble and Mersey' gave the hamlet of Kersal in

    Townships Broughton

    of Kersal ; Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 28, m. 236. William Ravald of Kersal died in 1587 , holding lands in Kersal and Manchester and leaving a son and heir William, eight years old; the Kersal lands

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    late as 1319. The Cluniac adaptation of the Benedictine rule was represented by the small cell of Lenton Priory at Kersal , which dated from Stephen's reign. Of the three Cistercian houses Furness was the earliest, having been founded at

    Townships Lowton

    carried it by marriage to her cousi n, the celebrated John Byrom of Kersal , and it descended to their great-granddaughter Eleonora Atherton of Byrom and Kersal , who died in 1870 , having bequeathed this and most of her

    Townships Ardwick

    due from Ralph Kenyon , Adam Byrom , and Thomas Smith . Adam Byrom of Salford (see the account of Kersal ) in 1558 held a messuage, & c., in Ardwick of John Booth in socage; Duchy of Lanc. Inq.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. ANOTHSEP COUNTRYMAN AMONG StAnPERS.-A few days since, as Mr. Alexander Chamberlain, of North Lapham, near Harket Harling, in Norfolk, was proceeding through the city, he was accosted by a well- (dressed man, who prevailed on Tim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all the surrounding villages. 'The shock was experienced, too, in Alancbester and its neighbourhood, more particularly about Cneetiam hill and Kersal moor. It appears also from the Liverpool MerctVyV, to have been felt in that town, and to have been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. OPERATION OF THE CORN LAWS.-The 11forning Ckronicle of Tuesday published a Dantzic letter uf the 24th of September last, which, with the letter we pub- lished last week, may be said to complete the estimates of the Polish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of it. Mr Feargus O'Connor told the Birming- ham meeting that the magistrates of Manchester meant to put down the Kersal meeting ; and he said, " They must wait until they had authentic information from an ambas- sador, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entire cessation of demand. It is said he has not had a single order for these deadly weapons since the Kersal moor meeting.-Manclsester Gurardianu. TIrn CHILDREN's FRIEND SOCIETY.-On Wed- nesday the anniversary dinner of this charity took place, the Duke Subscribers-only content

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