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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ribbleton

    Townships RibbletonRIBBLETON Ribleton, 1200; Ribbleton , 1202; Ribbelton, 1226; Ribilton, 1251; Rybelton, 1292. This township has an area of 757 acres, including the 108 acres of Ribbleton Moor. As the hamlet of Brockholes in the adjoining township had rights

    Townships Nateby

    Thornton , Ribbleton , Ashton , Elswick and Ingol , and in default of issue to his other sons Lawrence, Edmund, Thomas, Roger, William and Richard. 12 John Travers died in 1361 holding lands, & , in Tulketh, Ribbleton ,

    Townships Grimsargh and Brockholes

    boundary on the east and south, being closed in by Ribbleton on the other sides. The greater part of it is low-lying level ground, but on the border of Ribbleton the surface rapidly rises for nearly 100 ft. Lower Brockholes

    Townships Elston

    and Roger de Elston ; Towneley MS. HH, no. 1906. John de Elston of Elston , John de Elston of Ribbleton and Roger de Elston attested a charter of the year 1362; Piccope MSS. (Chet. Lib.), iii, 27. William son

    The parish of Preston PRESTON

    Preston PRESTON Preston; Ribbleton ; Grimsargh and Brockholes ; Elston ; Fishwick ; Broughton ; Haighton; Barton ; Lea , Ashton , Ingol and Cottam The parish of Preston lies on the north bank of the Ribble, and has an

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

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    [Grayson] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Broughton (Broughton) : undefined Location: Preston (Lancashire) Place(s): Ribble Bridge End (Ribblebridge End) : undefined Broughton (Broughton) : undefined Ribbleton(Ribbleton) : undefined Location: Kirkham (Lancashire) Place(s): Whittingham (Whittingham) : undefined


    Division (Middle Division) : division Higher Division (Higher Division) : division Preston (Preston) : township Fishwick (Fishwick) : township Ribbleton(Ribbleton) : township Grimsargh and Brockholes (Grimsargh with Brockholes) : township Elston (Elston) : township Ashton, Lea, Cottam and Ingol

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    ensign (preacher) Rhodes , John Rhudlan Riardane , Lieut. Dermod, petitions of letter of M., or Major Germain petition of Ribbleton Ricardy , Lady Frances, see also Paulet, Lady Frances. petition of Lewis Riccard , Sir And., governor of the Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, December 1651, 01 December 1651-31 December 1651

    Fishwick conveyed in like manner during 3 lives, 2 of which are living; also of a house and lands in Ribbleton confirmed in 1603 by Thos. Barton, of Barton, to Rich. Kellett and his heirs; she is sole daughter and Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q,R

    25. Rhydymaen , Rudemayn [in Llandenny, Monm. ] , manor, 906. Ribbesford , Ribbesforth, Rybbesford, Worcs, manor and advowson, 569. Ribbleton , Rybulton [in Preston ] , Lancs, 972, 977. Ribchester , Lancs, Dilworth in, 972, 977. Riburgh. See Ryburgh. Subscribers-only content

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    60 a . of wood, and 100 a . of furze, moor and turbary in Brokhole [ Brockholes, tp. of Ribbleton ] . Ralph acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Edward, for which Edward granted them to

    Charles II - volume 70, March 21-31, 1663, 21 March 1663-31 March 1663

    Petition of Henry Wollaston, aged above 70 years, to the King, to be admitted in place of Edw. Sherburne, of Ribbleton, co. Lancaster, who was registered a pensioner of Sutton's Hospital but has not appeared. Was ever loyal, and lent Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v Y glndo yn Bristol yn yatod y dyddiau diweddaf, r a yn achoes dyn a adawodd ei lestr, y 'Ribbleton,' I o Bristol, ar fwrdd yr hon yr ymddaunosodd y f c7olera yn Marseilles, ar y laf cyfisol, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up the road, through Longridge, and on to Preston. Whilst on the road from Longridge to Preston, and when on Ribbleton Moor, near the latter plae, George took the lead ont of his stick and put it ine his pocket. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mould-22 B.L PeatStreet. Walsall. _ _312 DtXEEg8.-Wanted, First sod Seco~nd Han~d; good openirng for reliable men-A plys, T. Harrison, 210. Ribbleton lane, lreston, _ and c5297 AKFB &-Wanted, Yo (18t , qrdl3 moulder ad doughaker. laB A lso J . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWAztD DIXoN, Sussex Street, St. Augnastlnes, trading Eti WLdlen StreeB. both of Norwich, dreper. feri TfcAs, Wtlbraham Street, trading at Ribbleton Sanaer botli--o Preston, plevision dealer; also at 10resBed, Union Stteet, Oldhaic, herb bier marnfacturer. : iRSP;T MEBETINGS AND B-AYES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of wild geese h have come up bats river, atid ott W'edttesdaey, as at fleck of seven were passing over Ribbleton, Nlr. I'todgett brouglot one down. Twvo others of the eimet fhlck attacked a tame l gainder, belonging to Mr. Subscribers-only content

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