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You searched for: Place: Knowsley, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    so he left Knowsley , going round by Winstanley and Astley to Preston ; Kenyon MSS . 198, 202, 205. A letter dated in June, 1697 , describes the household at Knowsley ; 'We came to Knowsley on Wednesday last.

    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities

    because the demesne lands of the manor of Knowsley which were wont to be sown yearly are now enclosed within the park of Knowsley and there lie for pasture.' Tithe hay of Knowsley and Roby produced 10 s . 4

    Townships Huyton with Roby

    who took their surname from Knowsley or Huyton indifferently. 10 The eldest brother 11 seems to have settled at Wolfall, and his descendants took their name from it, while Adam, though usually called 'de Knowsley ,' became possessed of Huyton

    Townships Little Crosby

    son Thomas, made in 1355 , is at Knowsley ; bdle. 1402, n . 13. The Liverpool family several times appear in the Blundell D. as feoffees or owners of land. At Knowsley is a grant, dated 1349, from Richard

    Townships Tarbock

    m ember of their manor of Knowsley at a rating of 3 plough-lands. It passed to the crown in the same manner as the remainder of the fee. 3 The Lathom family, holding Knowsley under Widnes , twice assigned Tarbock

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf tyrodd Arglwydd Derby ei anarl olaf, yn ei breswylfod, Knowsley Hall, swydd Lancaster. El AFIECHYD. Am amryw flynyddau mae yn hysbys fod Arg- lwydd Derby wedi bod yn ddarostyngedig i ymosod- iadau poenus o'rgout Weithiaiayrosodid arnotra yn nghanol ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iarxl yn un o'r tirfeddianwyr cyfoethocaf yn y deyrnas. Yr oedd yn bur feddylgar; rhagwelodd werth tir yn ng hymydogaeth Knowsley, a dechreu- odd wneyd ffyrdd a thramwyfeydd drwy ganol ei etifeddiaetli, beb ofalu faiDt a ddychrynai hyny ar betris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ola J F -- . r GENEDIGAETHAU. F DAVIES.-Ar yr lfeg cyfisol, priod Mr. Thomas Davies, . bookbinder-, swyddfa'r IDydd, Dolge3lau, ar fereb,- marw-anedig. H HUGHEs.-Ar y 10fed cyfisol, priod Mr. Phillip Hughes, 17, Lord-street, Fourcrosses, Ffestiniog. ar fab. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sc yrmadawsant yn ddioed am ajrr.xtetb S H Hall, s gyrwyd y cerbyd a gvnwysai y tywysoges-u a ieulainc i Knowsley Hal'. Yn yr orsaf, nc mewr, ,I amryw o leoedd ar byd y daith rhoddwyd y derbyniad a rawyat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn angenrbeidic-l galw meddyg i fesn, a disgwylir F bvdd yn alluog i dalu ei ymweliadaddawedig ag Arglwydo Derby yn Knowsley ar y 26aie, ac i fod yn nghiniaw yr Arglwydd Faer yr ail wythnos yu Nhachwedd. Yrnddengys fod y Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HORNBY, Edmund (1773-1857), of Dalton Hall, Westmld.

    the Whig 12th earl and brother-in-law twice over of his son Lord Stanley*, he and his family were frequently at Knowsley and, since Lord Stanley"s transfer to the county in 1812, he had represented Preston on the coalition (Derby-Horrocks) interest,

    SMITH STANLEY, Edward, Lord Stanley (1775-1851), of Knowsley Park, nr. Prescot, Lancs.

    Lord Stanley (1775-1851), of Knowsley Park, nr. Prescot, Lancs. Constituency Dates Preston 1796 151812 Lancashire 1812 151832 Ofifces Held Ld. Lt. Lancs. 1834-d. Ofifces Held Col. 2 R. Lancs. militia 1797; brevet col. 1797-1802. Biography Stanley, heir of the most

    SMITH STANLEY, Edward George Geoffrey (1799-1869).

    generation and a cabinet minister of considerable promise and distinction in this period.[footnote] Brought up at the family seat of Knowsley, near Liverpool, to cherish the vigorous Foxite Whiggery of his grandfather, the 12th earl of Derby, whose actress wife

    CREEVEY, Thomas (1768-1838).

    than he had endeavoured to acquire.[footnote] His year"s end visit to Croxteth was punctuated with excursions to Lord Derby"s at Knowsley and Colonel Hughes"s at Kinmel; and at the turn of the year, after coming to a tentative arrangement with

    SMITH STANLEY, Edward, Lord Stanley (1775-1851), of Upper Grovsenor Street, Mdx.

    He recovered from a stroke which cost him "the use of the left side leg and arm", and died at Knowsley following another in June 1851. He was buried alongside his wife in the old family vault at Ormskirk. He

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 8th October 1851

    We drove through Ld Derby's Park, Knowsley , which is very fine, reminding one very much of Windsor, but it struck cold & damp. The house is large & built of red brick. Knowsley & Croxteth , Ld Sefton 's

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 November 1819, 25 November 1819

    14th August 1819. J " Three Inclosures therein, - - - 29." " Letter from The Earl of Derby \ Knowsley, "» " to Lord Sidmouth, - -J I5th August ]819.) 30"' " Letter from the Clerk of the "1 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    49, re-committed, 67. 12. Report to lie on the Table, 63. Bill ordered, 75. Presented, 136. 56. Report "•a. 281. Knowsley :—See in/ra, 91. Lambeth Gas Light Company : 57. To incorporate the same; Referred, lxxvi. ordered, 67. ^r Provision; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    by your Lordship, and which I am persuaded the exigency of the case requires. I have the honour to be, Knowsley, Friday night, My Lord, July i6, 1819. Your Lordship's obedient humble Servant, Derby. The Viscount Sidmouth, &c. &c. &c. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    halt, &c. Sworn before me, this 13th") day of August, 1819, j> W. R. Hay. J Jonathan Andrew. My Lord, Knowsley, August 15, lBig. I conceive it to be my duty to inform your Lordship, that in con¬ sequence of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    Cotton E. Stracey Tho' Marshall Thos Cholmondeley Bob' Hibbert John Isherwood Rob' Taylor H. W. Worthingion Tho' Barker. My Lord, Knowsley, September 7th 1819. I have been directed by the Grand Jury assembled at the present Assizes for this county, Subscribers-only content


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