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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Holker

    his dwelling-house was built, he rendered 8 d . a year and one hen. He also held the meadow called Langshaw at 8 s . a year rent. The widow of William Bigland is named also. 12 The family have

    The parish of Heysham

    Heysham and Edmund de Dacre , Juliana giving warranty; Assize R. 425, m. 3. A Juliana wife of Gilbert de Langshaw occurs at Heysham in 1288 ; De Banco R. 70, m. 27. In 1323-4 also Orm Travers complained of

    Townships Over Kellet

    2 oxgangs of land, each of them in 1412 let at 7 s . a year, one to Adam de Langshaw and the other to Richard son of William de Beck. 132 After the Suppression the lands were retained by

    Index K-Z

    Alice of, m. - Malmeyns, Wm. of, Lancing , Hoecourt, Pende, vicar, n Langhurst , see Horsham Langley , Wm., Langshaw , W., rector of West Grinstead , Lanham , John (? more than one), Large , Wm. le, n

    Index L-Z

    Langlands ( Stodday ), 55 n Langmye , 394 n Langrigg , 60 n , 398 n Langshaw (Upper Holker ), 277 Langshaw , Ad. de, 147; Fanny, 26; Gilb., de, 113 n ; Jas. P., 26; Juliana de, 113

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

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    undefined Giggleswick (YorkshireWestRiding) Giggleswick (Giggleswicke) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Nicholson [Nicholson] Role: witness Details: male; 43; husbandman Location: Langshaw(Langshaw) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Clapham (Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Whittington (Lancashire)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blew his whistle, and Polie.csolstdlls Hololde went to his assistance; and his assailant ws taken into custody. A witneis named Langshaw said tlat Groves, who was druul;, was makingl a noise in Hlly Street. When the policeman told hlim to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blundell and Sons, Mesnes, Wigan, exploded with a terrific report. None of the workpeople ewere injured, but a carter named Langshaw, who was filling a load of ecannel near the place, had his leg broken. A great foot race for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived in ths Meenst' last eveneine. and the Warren Line steamer eminaresta, from Boston, arrived tm morning. MALTA. Tnursday.-Tbe steamer Langshaw. from B3angonn, has arrived here, and left again for Liverpool. The Belgial steamer Ferdinand Vandertnelnn, from lassein, for orders, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that of Ellerton, nearly all that nokv re- mains of -which is. a rude. dlitsrv tower, which is visible between Langshaw Rig. 1,194 feet in height, and the grimmer Carnle-sp Sear. Te next place reached is the little town of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glasgow. From N1aassluls, October 17, the as City of Rot. terdam, Lzmont, for Maryport. From Troon, October 1, the s3 Langshaw, for Philadelphia. From Cardiff, Ootober 18, the so Comorin, M'Cal. lum, for Rouen, From Huelva, October 13, the es Subscribers-only content

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