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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Orrell

    manor of Orrell by William Orrell , sen., against William Orrell , jun.; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 151, m. 1. William Orrell of Orrell claimed against John Orrell of Turton in 1551 a messuage and lands in Orrell ,

    Townships Orrell and Ford

    Townships Orrell and Ford ORRELL AND FORD Orhull, 1280, 1360; Orrell , or Orell, 1350 onwards. Ford , 1300 onwards; Forde and Forth occur. This township is formed of two detached portions, Orrell to the south and Ford to the

    Colleges Upholland

    carried out. This was to have been endowed with two messuages and two plough-lands in Holland and a third in Orrell . 2 The grant to the college was limited to one messuage and one plough-land in Holland , but

    Townships Dalton

    doubt held their quarter of the manor by a grant from the Lathoms. The Orrell portion, called a fourth part of the manor, 6 was like Orrell itself acquired by the Holland family, 7 and descended in the same way

    Townships Litherland

    of Sefton . The evidence connecting a Demand with Orrell is as follows:- Adam the Judge, son of William the Judge, granted to Henry Ballard a selion in the vill of Orrell , at a rent of 1 d .;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an&fwyd 'amryw o bersonan.y{ drwm, ond 3L nid yn farwol. Boreu dydd Mercher yg IOfed, tra yr oedd y llestr Orrell o St. Valerienynecymeryd y fynedfa i'r Mersey, tarawyd hi gan don, suddodd ar unwaith, a' boddodd pedwar o'r dwylaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. iSpirshot, BIackman-street. Sontlhwark, grocer. Attorniies, Messrs. Bourdillon and Herwirt, Little Fridav-street. fC. G Jtpp EdmontioI, -eoacliipaster. rAttor ev Njr. Orrell, Winsley-street, Oxlord-st~eet. F. Price and H. Le Sonef, Winchester-street, merchant,. Attr nies Messrs.Hitand Farren Thredclieedle-street. H. M, Clewley Clharlotte-terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    transpired at the coroner's inquyest on the bodies of the deceased, fully corroborated the report. The wretched person's name was Orrell; his wife was found hanged some time since, and circumstances tended to implicate him in the death. He had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chimney and passed through the house, falling Ibetween two old Wbome ) wimo sere washing, without injuring them. Mr RichIard Orrell, an old gentlemen of about 70 years of age, was howuever killed whilst cross in a field to- wards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, January 12. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. 0. Edwards and G. Frarkland, Seacombe, Cheshire, coal merchants-W. and T. Anderson, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship brokers-J. and H. Liley, Swan yard, Knightsbridge, job mastera-L, Swallow and Co. Halifax, Yorkshire, woollen card Subscribers-only content


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