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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Parbold

    Townships ParboldPARBOLD Iperbolt, 1195; Perebold, 1202; Perbold, 1212; Perbalt, Perbald, 1292. The local pronunciation is Perbot or Parbot. Parbold appears to have been taken from Wrightington . It has an area of 1,159 acres, 1 and the population in

    Townships Wrightington

    Lathoms also had Parbold , and as early as 1242 Robert de Lathom was stated to hold one knight's fee in Wrightington and Parbold of Thomas Grelley. 16 This part was he ld by the Lathoms of Parbold , who

    The parish of Eccleston ECCLESTON PARISH

    12 s . 8 d . and Parbold 13 s . Ibid. 22. The parish was divided into two 'quarters,' each paying equally, viz.: (1) Eccleston and Heskin ; (2) Wrightington and Parbold . In 1324 the three weeks court

    Townships Dalton

    part of the fee of Dalton , Parbold , and Wrightington . Dalton and Parbold as half a knight's fee seem very early to have been granted to the Lathom family, 5 and Parbold and part at least of Dalton

    Townships Heskin

    Eccleston , lies on the northerly slope of the hills of Parbold and Wrightington , the surface descending from the 200 ft. to the 100 ft. level. The north-east boundary is formed by the Syd Brook , on which lies

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 244, June 1645, 01 June 1645-30 June 1645

    Butler, of Kirkland. Edw. Chisnall. Mr. Standish, of Standish. Mr. Anderton, of Euxton. Wm. Houghton, of Parkhall. Rich. Latham, of Parbold. Two sons of [James ] Anderton, of Clayton. Sir Wm. Gerard. Mr. Blundell, of Crosby. [1 page; also G Subscribers-only content

    Lancashire Fines, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary

    a . of meadow, 6 a . of pasture, and an a . of wood in Penwurtham, Heskeyn, Perbald [ Parbold ] , and Downelytherlond [ Litherland ] . Richard and Eleanor remitted all righ t to Thomas and his

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    . . pasture and 100 a . of heath and moor in Aghton [ Aughton ] , Lathom, Perbolt [ Parbold ] , and Houghton. Henry acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Richard, for which Richard and

    Burton in Kendale

    identity of this family of earlier owners is contained in a fine of lands in the Lancashire vills of Wrightington, Parbold and Dalton, made in 1202, by which Margaret, formerly the wife of Richard de Lancastre, released to Robert son

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    a . of land, 20 a . of pasture, and one a . of wood in Wrightyngton and Parbalde [ Parbold ] . Richard Banester remitted all right to Richard Lathome and his heirs, for which Richard gave him 20.

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

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    CP.H.2696B

    Place(s): Anderton (Anderton) : undefined Participant: Laurence Finch [Finch] Role: witness Details: male; 40; husbandman Location: Eccleston (Lancashire) Place(s): Parbold(Parbold) : township Participant: Alice Fielding [Feilden; Feildinge] Role: witness Details: female; 38; spinster Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Street (Streete

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRISP, Thomas (c.1690-1758), of Parbold, nr. Wigan, Lancs.

    CRISP, Thomas (c.1690-1758), of Parbold, nr. Wigan, Lancs. Constituency Dates Ilchester 1727 1734 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lancs. 1715-16. Biography Crisp, whose family had purchased Parbold c.1680, was recommended to be sheriff of the county in 1715 as ‘a person of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and D. Pot- ter, Mansion-House-street, linen-drapers.-.July 5. C, Lanbhert, Holborn, victualler.-Oct. 22. J. Dean, Wailing-street, wholesale line-draper.-July 7. W. Monk, Parbold, Lancashire, lizne-burncr.-J uly 7. R. Fegg, Manchester, cotton-manufacturer.-July 14. W. ,W. Watson, jui. Basford, Nottinghamshire, joiner.- July 14. G, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISSOLVED. W. Barton, sen. and W. Cookson, iSlawdsley and Parbold, Lan- cashire, quarrynren-G. Law and H. G. Fuller, Rose lane, Rat- cliffe, brrassfossniders-D. Ludlow and J. Mills, Oxford street, lsosiers-Abbott and Habershon, St Neot's, architects-Edmondd son, KLniston, and Co. Ludgate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HoLsLsINwoarTni. Shakespeare Strcet, Southport, boot and shoe maker. Josecrar MEsssNGs:a, the younger, trading as J. Mfessenger and Co.. Soutbport, late Parbold, Lancashire, joiners, builders, a, and undertakers, JAXes NsCnoLtts, residing in April Street, Chorlton-on-Med- t lock, and trading in George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taking three firsts, fonr specials, and a 25-guiuea chalienge cup; and nowV in her class she beats Mr. Carpenteri ' Parbold Pattie " and Mr. Albert Clegg's "LIady Christy." Nor must it be supposed that these conspicuouis successes of either Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : est, Mr W. T. Garne; 2nd, Mr J. B. Week;, Bromy-ard, WVorcester; 3rd, Mr J. Fravn; 4th, Messrs Ainrsough, Parbold, Southport.-Other varieties nct specified above--ock or cockerel: 1st, Mr T. C. Heath ; 2nd, Rev. R. S. Mitchison; 3rd, Subscribers-only content

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