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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Dinckley

    Ilkley may be seen at various points. The nearest railway station is at Langho , distant 2 miles. The township was included in the parish of Langho in 1842 , when that district chapelry was created out of the parish

    Townships Billington

    registry begin in 1720 , when John Smith was licensed to Great Harwood and Langho . Four years later a separate minister was assigned to Langho , and the list of incumbents from that time is as follows:- 1724 William

    Townships Wilpshire

    the estate is now the property of the Chorlton and Manchester Joint Asylums Committee, who have an epileptic colony at Langho in the next township. CARR HALL .-This messuage formed part of the estate of the Cunliffes of Cunliffe in

    The parish of Blackburn BLACKBURN PARISH .

    shown by the station at Walton-le-Dale , 2 and the battle of Whalley in 798 may have taken place at Langho . 3 The great hoard of coins found at Cuerdale may point to another battle in the neighbourhood about

    Townships Great Harwood

    joint cures of Harwood and Langho with a maintenance of £35 per annum. His successor John Barlow of Church Kirk held the joint curacy until 1706, conducting the service here in the morning and at Langho in the afternoon, save

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to his friends. - S; :im Ec DEATE 0F A LANcCASHrME VICARm-The Rev. Matthew Hedley. for thirty years vicar of Langho, near Blackburn, died on Weduesday night at the age of ifty-tive. after an *ilness from rheumatism, which alfered hid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    August, 1837; that the expenses incurred were £02 is 10E. 4d1t that £71 IIe. 4d. bad been invested In the Langho. rough East Bank fcr Savings, and that the remaining balance 1 a was now in the hands of tthe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool and elsewhere, iron merehants Dean Brothers, London, drapers Drown and ?omewood, London, leather hose manufacturers 3. and T. Clayton Langho, near Whalley, cotton manufacturere s'Seig, jEn, and Co., London, machinery exporters A. MoCa Gordon and Co., Liverpool, lead ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool and elsewhero, iron merchants Dean Brothers, l.ondon. drapere Brown and Homewtood, London, leatber hose manufacturer, J. adlT 'P. Clayton, Langho, near W~halley, cotton manufactarers M. S-lig, jun, and Co., London, maechinery exporters A. McoC. Gordor nda Co., Liverpool, lead Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rnningthestruggle.2,100; Burnley, forS92, against I Harwood, for 4, against 787; -habton, for 22, ot 324; Whalley, for 12 against 157; Langho, for 10, 76: Blackburn, for 292, against 4,536: Clitheroe, IP1, sainst 4,963: total for the district, for 882, t Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, February 1711, 21-24, 01 February 1711-28 February 1711

    l . dated June 14: Commission dated June 14 for the parts of Kesteven and Holland containing the Hundreds of Langho and 16 other hundreds, sokes or wapentakes, detailed, and the city and county of the city of Lincoln and

    General Index, L, 01 June 1687-31 March 1689

    See also Longford Langho (Lango) in Blackburn, co. Lancaster, chapel of seizure of mass said in Langhorne , Captain Richard Langley , Baron of. See Radclyffe, Francis Langley , Daniel, councilman of Salisbury Lango . See Langho, co. Lancaster Langston Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    of, co. Sussex, 179. Chichester, Rape of, co. Sussex, 179, 422, 479. Hastings, Rape of, co. Sussex, 181, 418, 489. Langho, co. Lincoln. See Cawdron, R. Lewes, Rape of, co. Sussex, 179, 418, 422, 478, 489, 579. Lincoln, co. Sixteen

    Index, L, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    General of, scheme for, 326. Lane , Thomas, annuity, 192, 297, 299. Langham , Lady Dorothy, lost loan order, 247. Langho , Hundred of, and 16 other hundreds, sokes or wapentakes, co. Lincoln, Receiver General for. See Cawdron, R. Langhorn

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    , and she is the mother of Whalley . BATTLE AND SKIRMISH. On the south side of the river from Whalley , in the township of Billington , near Buckfoot and Langho , was fought a dreadful battle in the Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    , be sup¬ posed to cover the remains of Alric, or the other chieftains slain there. I, when incumbent of Langho , made many unsuccessful searches for this grave, not far from the river side, where the old people affirmed Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    in flight after the bloody defeat in the battle which history states was fought about "Buckfoot" and "Elker" and " Langho ." What corroborates this opinion is, that the tumulus was found within 200 yards of a ford of the Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    been deposited about forty yards from the bank in a hurry, probably later than the battle of " Billangho," or Langho , or after some defeat or difficulty, but when or how will possibly never now be ascertained. They form Subscribers-only content

    A ramble by the Ribble and Hodder., 1875

    the sacred vale of Whalley , and beyond, a part of the same range of hills, are Billington moors and Langho fells, and on to Mellor and its church-crowned hill. To the north-west of this range, is one of the Subscribers-only content

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