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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Frankley

    roots, and recently potatoes. Certain old field-names such as the 'Hopyard,' now part of the station yard, and a 'Hop Leasowe ' at Egg Hill suggest a former cultivation of this plant. There is a tradition of flax having been

    Parishes Little Tew Little Tew , 1742

    as possible between the fields. By 1742 the two fields were divided into four, including, in the north field, the Leasowe (or Lizard ) and Home field; the latter was small, comprising 80 a. immediately south and south-west of the

    Townships Knowsley LATHOM AND STANLEY OF KNOWSLEY

    Papers that they had approached him before he came to the earldom. Perhaps his building of the solitary tower at Leasowe ( 1593 ) in Cheshire had something to do with these negotiations. Richard Hesketh was a son of Sir

    Lichfield Churches

    in 1942 . In 1960, with the development of the Wheel Lane area, a new site was bought in the Leasowe , and the foundation stone of the hall there was laid in 1963 . The other site was sold.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leone, was totally wrecked last night near Lea- sowe; crew drowned. The Victoria, from Charleston to Liverpool, on shore near Leasowe, after every prepa- ration being made for getting. her off, received so much damage yesterday that she will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sailing for Sierra Leone. She was overtaken in the gale of Wed- nesday night, and thrown on the shore opposite Leasowe. All hands on board perished. The vessel Eas since entirely gone to pieces. The number of persons on board Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT LivES LOST- The Quebec Mercury of May 22 says :-Four of the crew and four of the passengers of the brig Minstrel, Captain Outerbridge, arrived here yesterday, bringing disastrous in. telligence. The Minstrel left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above referred to. weill open tilt sit splendid residentital ceast,ai sou~ls sntnurptaaaed bathtny facilities, between Note Dlrihtost uat Witiluscy autd Leasowe. for the recreation of tise ittiabitanto of Lieptt; selsil thte coast from Leannowe to Par~Rate, whlich isbi tietyafavourite tdistrict Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en Albert Edward Gresnwny (17), horse driver, who had died dci from the effects of 'injuries received at the Birds Leasowe of Colliery.-Mir. NV. 11. Scott, the Governmeent inspector of coalmines, anadAr, Barnes, niiiiers'auoent, wereinattendance thu on Tuesday evening. When Subscribers-only content

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