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You searched for: Place: Mereclough, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Townships Bleasdale

    bounds are thus given: From the source of Calder south to Ulvesty, thence to the summit of Parlick , down Mereclough to the Brock , down die Brock to Wensnape, thence up to Stogesthol and to Senesty, thence going down Victoria County History

    Townships Cliviger

    Jordan de Lichtness 11/2 0 6 Poke de Lomclough 13 4 6 Mocock de Lowe 10 1 61/2 Mocock del Mereclough 6 1 0 William de Middlemore 60 21 0 Adam de Ormerod 8 1 11/2(b) Tille de Ormerod 20 Victoria County History

    Townships Salesbury

    his pathway to Heley Brook , up the brook to Clayton Mill , and along the hedge of Clayton to Mereclough Eilsy ( i.e . the clough forming the boundary against Eilsy's land); (2) all he had in Ketelle's Hurst Victoria County History

    Townships Chipping

    Brook, Peacock Brook, Carr Hey Brook, east to Threapleigh, to Burn slack, west to the edge of Bleasdale Hill , Mereclough , Broadhead , down Bleasdale Brook to the Loud, and back to the starting-point. The pleadings are printed by Victoria County History

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF A TRAMP. The two prisoners Crompton. Sheppard and Lord Durham, charged with the murder of a woman unknownn at Mereclough, on Wednesday last, were yesterday brought up at the Bnrnley Connty }Iolice-court, and, after a heoring of seven hours, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George and Dragon Inn," in the occupation of Thomas Nuttall. Lot 4. The Valuable Frdly-lieensed Free PUBLKf- HOUSE, situato at Mereclough. within the Township of Cliviger. called and known as the " Fighting Cook Inn." in the occupation of Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marc heater; JMr. Samuel Crossley, of the firm of Wattexson, Har- ?reaves, and Crossley, plumbers; and Mrs. Susan Ham, of Mereclough, formerly a resident of the Padiham-rcad district. , BRIERFIELD DISTRICT COUNCIL.- On Tues- day, at the monthly meeting of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Child, alias Towler, was brought up on remand at the Court House, ou Tuesday, charged with robbing John Crowther, of Mereclough, in Cliviger, aged 71, on Saturday night last. It appeared that on Saturday, Crowther had come to Burnley, and, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LYCEUM. SHAKESpEAEE Mr Xs F* B. BENSON,' _SS_\_\^7* m^ S^^ MATINEE THE RIVALS TO-DAY (SATURDAY), at 2. --tox^c^'Mi-JH. Scarisbrickl 10 tUI 10. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRK Mr. TREE TO-DAY. at 2. and EVERY EVENING, at I . _ _. __ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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