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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Myerscough

    Townships MyerscoughMYERSCOUGH Mirscho, 1258; Miresco, 1265; Mirescowe, 1297. It is pronounced locally Masca. This township, lying between the parishes of Preston , Garstang and St. Michael-on-Wyre , has an area of 2,707 acres, 1 and the population in 1901

    Townships Claughton

    Walter de Myerscough an oxgang of land in Claughton which had belonged to William de Myerscough , an outlaw; Close R. 67, m. 3. Roger de Wedacre in 1284 complained that Maud de Claughton , William de Myerscough and Isolde

    Amounderness hundred Introduction and map AMOUNDERNESS HUNDRED

    i, passim . For convenience the accounts of Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale have been added to Preston , and those of Preesall and Stalmine to Kirkham . Fulwood , Myerscough and Bleasdale were the principal parts of the forest

    The parish of Lancaster Fulwood

    given in the survey made in 1346 in Add. MS. 32103, fol. 148. John de Burton held the herbage of Myerscough and a close called Cadley in Fulwood ; Grimbald the Mercer had pasture rights, & c., in Fulwood ,

    Townships Catterall

    little of interest is known about them. The names of Catterall , Rowall, 46 Wedacre , 47 Brereworth 48 and Myerscough 49 occur in the 13 th and 14th centuries, Brand, 50 Pickering 51 and others later. 52 Cockersand Abbey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Makinson and San- ders, Middle Temple. S. Gillott, jun. Sheffield, hatter. [Brookfield, Raymond build- ings, Gray's inn. J. Hawarden, R. Myerscough, and J. Jackson, Manchester, manufacturers of cotton clcth. [Johnson and Co. Temple. W. Reynolds, Breightmet, Lancashire, cotton spinner. [LMiine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Haverfordwe.', aic- tioneer-W. Crosby. It, Vallenrior, an-i B. W~hite, Hounds- ditch, harawarenven-1H. Heward, Waltham Cross, Hiertfbrd- stise, innkeeper-J. Hawardeo, t. Myerscough, and J. Jackson, Manchester, commission agents. SCOTCH SEQLIESTKATIONS. J. Baxter, Da,,dee, manufacturer-A. M'Master, Patua, Ayr- shire, thread manufacturer-W. Roy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fiarshall, Austn. friats, Russia brokers-July 15, 1. and R. D. Dorn, Wake- field, Yorkshirr, corn fictors-July 14, J. Hawarden, h. Myerscough, and J Jackson, Litt e Cotton, Lancashire, moans- tacturers of cotton clozh by power-Jul 9a, W. alid H. Kyn- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ' O~t tho Government programme. of lIye's gallantry was displayed on Friday evening by a Da W, DiUllned Charles Myerscough, at Poulton. Two young urr gre15 hau fallers into a deep and sliny i. asad were in S lEart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atten- tively, and took the greatest interest in the proceedings. Mr. Kneen, advocate, represented the Barrow Com- pany and Captain Myerscough. William Carter Smith, father of the deceased, who ilived at 61, Montgomery Street, Birmingbam, identified , the body as Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Chester (Cestrien) : diocese Participant: Isabel Maudsley [Mawdsley] Role: appellant Details: female; wife of Richard Maudsley Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Myerscough (Meirscough) : undefined Lancaster (Lancaster) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestrien) : diocese Participant: Helen Singleton [Singleton] Alternate name: Helen Kitchen

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 March 1829, 5 March 1829

    whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Townships of Newsham, Barton and Myerscough, in the County of Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed:" Newsham, &c: Walton in le Also, Upon reading the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    42, p. Multifarnham, 170, p. Mul- tose, St., 128, p. Murhawn, 170, p. Murrisk and South Bur- rishoole, 160, p. Myerscough, 105. Mylerstown, 173. Myross and Castlehaven, 170, p. Myton, 141, p.—Naas, 34, p. Nailsworth, 133, p. Nantwich, 154, p. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    St. Alderir.ary - Middleham, Bishop - - - Middleton - Milton Ernest - - - - Misterton - Mitcham - Myerscough - Normandy - Oddington - Poole COUNTIES In which situate. Flint. Bedford. Lancaster. Do. Durham. Hereford. Leicester. Worcester. Cornwall. Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1825, 15 February 1825

    estates within the Sowerby townships, vills, hamlets or districts of Upper Rawcliffe Drainage with Tarnacre, Inskip with Sowerby, Woodplumpton, ^etition' Myerscough, Catterall and Kirkland, in the several pa¬ rishes of Saint Michael-upon-Wyre, Garstang and Lan¬ caster, in the county of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Chaidgley ; of Roman Catholics of Burscough; of Inhabitants of Claughton; of Lea (Lancaster;) of Cottam; of Newsham, Barton, and Myerscough; of Poulton-in-the- Fylde; of Walton-in-le-Dale ; and, of Euxton; 105. Of Pro¬ testant Dissenters of Old Jewry Chapel, J Subscribers-only content


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