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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Aldingham ALDINGHAM URSWICK PENNINGTON

    off to the south. Leece occupies the southern end of the parish, with Dendron , 2451/2 acres, rising and projecting north to separate Gleaston from Dalton . The village of Leece stands near the centre of Leece proper, around a

    The parish of Furness

    Farrer, Lancs . Pipe R . 302-17. His 201/2 plough-lands appear to have been thus constituted: In Aldingham- Aldingham 3, Leece 4, Hart 1, Gleaston 1, Dendron 1/2 and (?) Sunton 1; in Urswick- Bolton 3, Stainton 1; in Dalton

    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    122 - - 5 Jan. 1558 -9 Thomas Besbrowne 123 The Crown d. last incumbent 17 Feb. 1573 -4 James Leece 124 " d. T. Besbrowne 29 Apr. 1577 Richard Gardner 125 - - 9 June 1617 William Bowett ,

    The parish of Urswick

    Heads and Beckside ; (3) Great Urswick ; (4) Bardsea . Stainton was then a 'village,' considered to belong to Leece in Aldingham . 2 The same division into four parts is still made. Sometimes the parts are arranged in

    Index L-Z

    77 Lee , Lea , Mickle, 77 Lee , Nether, 77 n Leece ( Aldingham ), 300 n , 302 n , 320-1, 324, 328; Nonconf., 328 Leece , Jas., 316 Lee Fell , 76, 77 n , 78 Leck

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. IV. Coffin, 1Plymoouth-dock,: merchant. Attoruies, Messrs. Crowder, Lavie, and Oliverson, Frederick's-place, Old Jewry. D. PFrnival, Liverpool, grocer.' Atiorunie, Messrs. Leece and Bullen, Liverpool. T. Carriasge, tforsford, Norfolk, grocer. Attoruey, Mr. Saggersp Crosby-sqnare. N. Latitamo, Manchester, baker. Attornies, Messrs. Applebyarrd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Thesday, June 15. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. W. Robinson and J. Warren, Trinity square, corn merchants -H. Luke and G. Pitt, Exeter, grocers- R. and J. Bell, Alt- wick, Northumberland, boot makers - Turner and Longbottoan Halifax. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following remarkable statement :-" A girl, aged fourteen years, living in the village of Rusland, of the name of Margaret Leece, lost a small gooseberry in at her ear. For a few days she complained of great pain in that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchants-E. Chesnay and 3. B. Wilkieon, Bosuverie street. Fleet street, artificial florists- 3. and R. Mees, Promo Seiwood, .Someroethire, drapers-E. Leece, sen. and sun. Preston, Lancashire, coach huildem-_Greenock Union Bank Company, Greenock. 11 BANKRUPTS. H. Edwards, St Alban's, Hertfordshire, coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    builders [Bevan and Girling, ristol.-F. Drake, Willand, Devonshire, innkeeper. [Turner, xeter.-J. It. umnmow, Wrexit am , Denbighnshire, builder. [Gregory, Liverpool.-E. Leece, Whttttewle-Woeds, Lancashire, cotton spinner. [Wingenley and Charnley, Pres- ton.-I. Hughes, Bury, Lancashire, paper manufacturer. [Boyle, tManchester. Dividends.-. eb. 20, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 17 July 1663, 17 July 1663-17 July 1663

    this present Parliament. Privilege. Resolved , That Sir Wm. Huddleston , and those which were assistant with him, viz. Richard Leece, John Bradshaw alias Brideson, Wm. Browne, Thomas Parkin, John Browne, William Jackson, Christopher Sharpe, Anthony Procter , and John

    Index, O, 01 January 1632-31 December 1636

    with, 516. ostrich feathers : English ship with cargo of, 59. Otlandia . See Oatlands. Otranto , Cape of [Prov. Leece, Italy ] : English and Dutch ships take oil from, 353. Otto Louis , the Rheingrave : success in

    Volume 24, August 19-November 26, 1693, 19 August 1693-26 November 1693

    new bond & c. Also a certificate and memorandum relating thereto. 3 pages. Aug. 30. 9 . Memorial signed James Leece, on behalf of the Board of Ordnance, laying before the Lords of the Treasury an estimate of the requirements

    Warrant Book, July 1705, 11-15, 01 July 1705-31 July 1705

    Treasurer joins in the recommendation by the Duke of Marlborough and the Board of Ordnance to you to continue Mr. Leece (who was chief clerk to Mr. Bertie, late Treasurer of the Ordnance) "so far as to make him your

    Index, L, 01 January 1556-31 December 1696

    Lee , Capt. John, of Col. Purcell's regiment, petition of, 212. -, William, late under-sheriff of Northampton, petition of, 451. Leece , James, (Ordnance), 317. Leeds , 100. -, Thomas, Duke of, 416, 524. Leeson , [ ] , 351.


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