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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Halsall Introduction, church and charities HALSALL CHURCH

    that at Lydiate , are tokens of the feeling the changes inspired. The freeholders in 1600 were Sir Cuthbert Halsall of Halsall , who was a justice of the peace; Lawrence Ireland of Lydiate , Lydiate of Lydiate , Richard

    Townships Halsall

    Lancs . Inq. and Extents (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), 8. Alan had lands also in Lydiate and Maghull . Alan de Lydiate , 'by the assent and consent of Alice his wife,' granted to Cockersand Abbey in pure

    Townships Ince Blundell

    also held land in Lydiate ; Robert Blundell was his next heir, and thirty-four years of age; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. iii, n . 65. He had also a burgage in Liverpool ; Gibson, Lydiate Hall , 102. Misc

    The parish and township of Aughton Manors

    estate was, not long afterwards, sold to the Irelands of Lydiate , 93 who acquire d portions of other estates also. 94 The Ireland estate continued to descend with Lydiate , passing to the Andertons and Blundells in succession. At

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    , 197 Eccleston , (t) 362, (m) 363 Eckersley ( Bedford ), 434 Edge ( Sefton ), 72 Eggergarth ( Lydiate ), 206 Eltonhead ( Sutton ), 359 Etherstone Hall ( Pennington ), 430 Everton , (t) 20, (m) 20

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary

    heath, and 8 s . 7 d . of rent in Aghton [ Aughton ] near Ormeskyrke and Lydgate [ Lydiate ] . Anthony and Joan remitted all right to Lawrence and his heirs, for which Lawrence gave them 200.

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    1546 ] . Between Lawrence Irelande, esq., plaintiff, and James Scarysbryoke, esq., deforciant of the manor of Egurgarth [ near Lydiate ] , with the appurtenances, and of 5 messuages, a water-mill, 200 a . of land, 60 a .

    Cases before the Committee, September 1653, 01 September 1653-30 September 1653

    Vol. G No. or p. O.T.T. 87 1065 28 Sept. 1653. Discharge from sequestration of a house, & c., in Lydiate, forfeited by him, and bought from the Treason Trustees by Wm. Dicconson. 18 899 Purchaser of the Estate of Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places

    of Sir Richard, 106. Sir Richard, 106. Egeworth , see Edgeworth . Egresfeld , see Eccleshill . Egurgarth , near Lydiate, 41. Ellel , 42, 108, 128. Manor of, 132, 158. Ellom , Matthew, 121. Elm Ridge , 103. Elryngton

    Henry VIII, August 1543, 26-31, 01 August 1543-31 August 1543

    to Cokersand mon. And all appurtenances of the said manors in Stede, Seffton, Croenton, Staynyng, Counscough, Halsall, Forton, Cokerham, Melling, Lydiate, Kyrkynshawe, Rayneforde, Ayntre, Burton, Tilling, Rutheway, le Mosez, Haghton. Mahall, Allerton, Thorneton, Hollond, Ecoliston, Scoles juxta Sutton, Byllyng, Wyndill.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLUNDELL, Nicholas (d.1422/3), of Little Crosby in Sefton, Lancs.

    sons, upon whom fell the task of executing his will. For John, the second, he had already acquired land in Lydiate, while the rest of his estates passed to his eldest son, Henry, whose marriage to Joan, the daughter and

    MOLYNEUX, Richard (c.1368-1397), of Sefton, Lancs.

    the years acquired the manors of Ellel, Litherland, Larbrick and Euxton, together with properties in the Lancashire villages of Linacre, Lydiate, Newsham and Thornton. Sir William Molyneux, a comrade-in-arms of the Black Prince, distinguished himself in the wars in France

    IRELAND, George (d.1596), of The Hutt, in Halewood, Lancs.

    Bedwyn 1572 Appleby 1584 Biography In company with his kinsman, Laurence Ireland of Lydiate, George Ireland of Hale or The Hutt was fined in 1560 for refusing to be a collector of the subsidy.[footnote] The two branches of the Ireland

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 STORiES, ansi 1li~nsfiat1& the mrenuite, with ilhe ke . '5 Xr OTTON, THIS DAY (Wedn 'dansl ea. at AshiV+l~, Lydiate Ai h Lexro- e and 1O5 iTTNG'"'NORON' SOOKSLE~,THIS" DAY M '.NAO.Auctioneer, do t GILE~a\Nt,ROOKER, TO'-MORROW. EO `TO-MHO (TURSDAYI,'IAI AT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOT 1.-All that canmpact small PLEASURE FARM, situate to r a3djoining both the Hales Owen nod Bromn grove Rolds, at Lydiate mi AwoiVier Dromnogrore, ainI conisistinig mif Sevens Fields of rich old~ TAstV LAND. ins excellent heart and condition. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cc alone required.-Address. by letter. BON Ii C. Eome Ofuoe. 39, Lombssrd Street, Loudeot. TOORMAN Wanted.-Apply, at once. Joseph Pitcher. Lydiate( DL'Ash, near Brom.egrots. c6928 D~-APFY.-W-anted~for pushing trade, young Ladles, for , Dltaay; 'serse through. Permanency. Reference, ssln.".- Wheeler's. Coventry.c6o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [640.]-" LYDnATE."-Some land near Wood End, Wodnestield, is called "Fenn Lydiate." Can any reader explainthe origin of this name "Lydiate?" There is a Fox Lydiate in Worcestershire, and Ash Lydiate in Shropshire; but I want to know the origin and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LverpoOl soiDcitor, who mysterusly disapparedabout amonth ago, was found on Sunday In a ditch at Lydiate, nfarOrmekilr, The deeased waslast seen walkingin theneighbourhood of Lydiate. and It is suppesed that durtig tho night he fell uto the diteb, and was Subscribers-only content

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