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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Mawdesley

    Thomas son of William Mawdesley , who had confirmation of his lands in 1481 . Edward and Thomas Mawdesley are named in 1467 ; Pal. of Lanc. Writs Proton. 7 Edw. IV . Ottwell Mawdesley of Mawdesley was in 1532

    Townships Croston

    from a knight's fee in Croston and Mawdesley (Harl. MS. 2085, fol. 421, & c.), and in 1445 -6 Thomas de Harrington held ten plough-lands and 6 oxgangs of land in Croston and Mawdesley for one knight's fee, the relief

    Corrigenda to volumes 3, 4 and 5

    of Thomas)-s. Thomas Norris . " " " 449, note 8, for 'Probably son of John Mawdesley ' read ' Second son of George Mawdesley ' Vol. IV, page 52, line 49, for ' Mr. William Emerton ' read '

    Townships Heskin

    Several 'Papists' registered estates in 1717 . 18 Thurstan Mawdesley had a messuage in Heskin in 1594 , and other members of the family also had an interest. 19 The Mawdesley estates were in 1739 -44 purchased by Alexander Kershaw

    Colleges Staindrop

    14 William Pollard, app. 20 July, 1498 , p.m. Nevill 15 John Claymond, M.A., app. 19 October, 1500 16 William Mawdesley , app. 1501, p.r. Claymond 17 Edmund Nattres, occ. 1537 18 William Garnett, occ. 1548 19 Surt. Hist. Dur

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ASHTON, Richard (?1553-1610), of Mawdesley, Lancs.

    ASHTON, Richard (?1553-1610), of Mawdesley, Lancs. Constituency Dates Newton 1601 Newton 1604 Ofifces Held Steward, Newton by Mar. 1603. Biography The Richard Ashton, described on the election return in October 1601 as of Mawdesley was presumably identical with the man

    STOPFORD, William (by 1522-84), of Bispham and Wrightington, Lancs.

    in Wrightington. He engaged in a number of lawsuits, both as plaintiff and defendant, over his interests in Bispham, Eccleston, Mawdesley, North Meols, Wrightington and elsewhere in Lancashire. Stopford died in 1584 and according to his tombstone in Eccleston churchyard

    NEVILLE, Sir Robert (d.1413), of Hornby, Lancs. and Farnley, Yorks.

    throughout the West Riding and beyond, the castle and lordship of Hornby and the manors of Melling, Middleton, Croston and Mawdesley in Lancashire, and the manor of Appleby (together with the advowson of Thornholme priory) in Lincolnshire. Since he was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man had gone before him, and he saws him crouching down in a ditch bottom. Ile believed it was Charles Mawdesley, bit was not positive. Lie had formerly known-l Mrs. Clitheroe by sight, but did not know thatthe woma. he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Curtis and J. Turnbull, Salford, Lancashire, plasterers-J. and E. Bland. Settle, Yorkshire, carriers - '. Hutchinson, T. Dewsnorp, and R. Mawdesley, jun. Collyhurst, Lancashire, fustian shearers; so far as regards T. Hutchinson. INSOLVENT. J. Wilson, Sbeffheld, spring knife manufacturer. 15 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Fisher, Maoichester and Bacup, Lancashire, cotton spinner-&lay 6. J Cormie, Burslem, Staffordshire, masnfacturer of esrtbenware-April 28, S. Mayer, J. Mawdesley, It. Lees, and J. 1ridgwrood, Bertlea and Tanstalil, earthenware manaulacturers-April 28, t. Dunderdale, Manchester, merchant-April 29, J. Djobhon, Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its neighbsurhood, as such disputes lead to a mutual system of coercion, highly injurious to our social system." Mr T. MAWDESLEY, Secretary to the Manchester Operative Cotton Spinners' Association, seconded the resolution. He said " That he was one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Bunting b Mawdesley ...... 0 Booth h Woodall .......... A. Brooke c Coe b Mason .. 1 Coe st Brookes b Sheldon.. 29 Done c Mawdesley b Mason 0 r Taylor b Woodall.3 . Bradhery b Mawdesley .... 9 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1822, 6 March 1822

    and Guardian ; Hester Meyrick, Bodychan Sparrow and " Martha his Wife, Edmund Meyrick, Thomas Parker, " The Reverend Thomas Mawdesley, Owen Putland Mey- " rick, Meyrick Bankes the younger, an Infant, by the said " Meyrick Bankes the elder, Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1822, 15 March 1822

    Knox against Chambers & Knox. Southwood et al. against foreman & Hatch. Father and Guardian; Thomas Parker, The Reverend Thomas Mawdesley, Andrew Berkeley Drummond, Charles Drummond and Essex Cholmondeley, to the Appeal of Mey- rick Bankes the elder, was this Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1822, 10 June 1822

    Cholmon¬ deley, Hester Mary Cholmondeley, Anna MariaCholmondeley, Infants, by Charles Cholmondeley, their Father and Guardian; Thomas Parker, The Reverend Thomas Mawdesley, An¬ drew Berkeley Drummond, Charles Drummond and Essex Cholmondeley, Respondents in a Cause depending in this House, wherein Meyrick Subscribers-only content

    25 July 1822, 25 July 1822

    Father and Guardian; of their known Counsel or Agents in the Court of Session " Thomas Parker, The Reverend Thomas Mawdesley, in Scotland, shall be deemed good Service. " Andrew Berkeley Drummond, Charles Drummond and u Esses Cholmondeley, Respondents in Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1823, 30 June 1823

    published " his last WTill and Testament in Writing, and thereof " appointed Thomas Robert Wilson France and Thomas " Mawdesley Executors, who have since duly proved the " said Will in the proper Ecclesiastical Court, and have " thereby Subscribers-only content

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