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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Economic history

    divided, Leylands , and Ley field. 97 Many of the fields had been divided into parcels, some of them 'now inclosed,' by 1649 . 98 Names which survived in 1818 included the Brache, south-east of Burlington Lane , Leylands west

    Townships Pennington

    of the reign of Henry VIII , 92 but it did not long descend in his family, passing to the Leylands of Morleys , of whom Sir William Leyland , knt., died in 1547 , seised of lands and tenements

    Townships Aspull

    H. Leigh possessed Hindley Hall , Bank House, Leyland 's and Morris's; the devisees of James Hodson had Halliwell and Leylands , the same and - Doncaster had Kirklees ; Sir R. Clayton had Gidlow Hall, and Sir John Smith

    Townships Chipping

    Woodgates in 1797 . 52 One of the most notable estates, on account of the tenure, was that of the Leylands of Morleys in Astley , 53 who held 'of the heirs of William son of William son of Maurice

    Townships Thornley with Wheatley

    Apart from these estates there is but little record of the landowners of former times. As in Chipping , the Leylands of Morleys and their successors had lands in Thornley , Wheatley and Studley , held of the Earl of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at No. 31, Gower-street, Leylands, Mary Ann, widow of Mr. Richard Buck, late clerk in the Yorkshireman steam-packet, was safely delivered of three child- ren, one boy and two girls, all of whom are since dead. The mother is doing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reply. Every other firm has had to yield to the union. The Cunard, Inman, Dominion, and American li~ne and Messrs Leylands, Liverpool, yesterday, shippe 3 crews on their steamers at the old rates for thoir western voyaes; hil theadvacedcare wer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    district. Mr. Chelling- worth, of the same place, has lost ten cows from the same cause. Mr. Watkins, of the Leylands, Rashock, has lost nine pigs by the disease which affects this division of nature; and another person has lost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the French soldiers who 'fell dulring she siege. .''; A freih case of smallpox -was reortod on Monday, from the Leylands district of Leeds, making twenty- seven cases now in the hospita.. Lord Henry Tbynne, accompanied by his youngest son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    services to AustrDlian crictze~. 54 GasmiGc oS- tLeIcSED PRr3sESus.-At Leeds City 4 Police Court, yesterday. Julius lFischer, restaurait- 4keeper, The Leylands, w'as fined £10., or in default a' S4 mnth's imaprisonment, for k-eeping a common gamng-u house. At midaight on Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1559

    Aldburghe, Barowbrige, Grafton, Marton in Burghshier, Flacebie, Darnalde, Atterclyff, Hanseworthe, Merkynton, Ingerthropp, Wallerthwayte, Gelstropp, Blaberie, Croft, Kirkebye Hall, Conystropp, Arkenden, Leylands, Thornborough, Gattell, and Mynskippe, to be held to the same Robert and Johanna , and their lawful issue, and

    Henry VIII, May 1526, 16-31, 01 May 1526-31 May 1526

    in forma subscripta" 7 : In Sussex: t. m. Telton to Rich. Midelton; 50 ac. in Hellinglee to Wm. Jeffrey; Leylands in Hellinglee to Ri c. Devenish; Rectory of Hellingle to do. and Wm. Rotes, clk; 33 ac. ibid., to

    Index of persons and Places, L

    Lynn Regis, 359. Lexden , co. Essex, Fowlestoys in, 315. Lexinton , Lord. See Sutton, Robert. Leycroft , , 92. Leylands , Leyland, co. York, 197. Lichfield , co. Stafford, Receivers General of assessments, 304, 399. Lichfield Cathedral , Vicars

    Index, L, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    1073. Leyham . See Leigham. Leyland , deanery of, p. 424. Leylond , Chr., 5116. -, John, g. 6490 (20). Leylands , in Hellinglee, p. 989 iii. Leynams , Middx., 367. Leyng , Sander, 132. Leyre , Leic., 1913. Leystoft

    Index of places

    371. Lewes , 79. Lewethorp , 228. Leycester , 6. Leyd , 99. Leyde , 365. Leydes , 112, 126. Leylands , 223. Leythlaye , 77. Leytheley , 213. Leyton , 281. Licet , 247. Liethe , 164. Lincoln ,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Lancashire diary, 1663-1678, 1876

    dead in the bed a child of Henry Lowes cald Gib catt. June 1673 , 26 A child of John Leylands dyed. This evening dyed the wife of Roger Hasleden cald Shortarme and was buryed the 27 being Friday att Subscribers-only content

    Lancashire diary, 1663-1678, 1876

    after its death waB buryed and they forthwith took shipping after. 31 lordsday was buryed the other twindle of John Leylands . June 1674 . 21 lordsday was interred att Chappell a daughter of William Gerards. 30 Tuesd ay dyed Subscribers-only content


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