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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Wheatley Carr Booth

    to the water (of Pendle) to a gate at Lower Lomeshaye , and so through land belonging to Robert Banastre (of Lower Lomeshaye ) and John Hargreaves (of Higher Lomeshaye ) to the Hey and to Bradley Mill . 11

    Townships Marsden

    Baines, Lancs . Dir . ii, 641. The house, enlarged, is still there. The Lomeshaye mills represent a business begun at Edgend about 1740, removed to Lomeshaye about 1770 and carried on ever since by the Ecroyd family. Lond. Gaz

  • * British History Online *

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    Note on William Farrer

    Farrer Ecroyd was born on the 28th February, 1861, being the second son of the late William Farrer Ecroyd of Lomeshaye, Lancashire, and Credenhill, Herefordshire. He was educated at Rugby and entered business as a textile manufacturer, from which he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preston. grazcr. Lattely, at Gildersome,1Mr.Gervas Elam, brother of Mr. RO obert, Elam, of Rquoditay, ivenr this town. On Wedtnewday, at Lomeshaye, near Colne, after a linger. itg illness Flizabpth, the wire of Mr. William Ecroyd, and dauehttr oaf Mr. Johb; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    France, of this towi. On Thursday last, in the 38h1,l year of her age, Margaret, wife of Win. Ecroyd, of Lomeshaye, near Burnley, worsted 'manufacturer. Same day, at Squire Pastures, after a linsgering illness, de- servedly respected, Mary, the wife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bridge, in the 57th year of her age. Same day, in her 38th year, Margaret, wife of Win. Ecroyd, of Lomeshaye, near Burnley, worsted manufacturer. On Tuesday week, at Scriven, near Knaresbro', in the 90th year of her agego Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ad tern, may heajr of a SITlUATION on Applicition, by Letter a er ott y (pre-paid), alddressed to Will~am Ecroyd, Lomeshaye, near I te Buruley; and conitainitig Reteretmee as to Character and Ablit i P E R N accustomed t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    considerable Part of the Purchase Money may remain on Mortgagle, If desired. For further Particulars appy to WILLsi~u AcnovD, IEsq.,. Lomeshaye, Little Maraden; to WSLLtA?,1 NsIsLD, Esq., M~ayfleld, Manchester to the AUCTIONEEMi; and'to BARLOW and ASTON, Solicitors,- ., Town Hall Subscribers-only content

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