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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ribby -with-Wrea

    compotus of the demesne in 1246 -8 Ribby appears with £8 8 s . 111/2 d .; ibid. 170. In 1248-9 in a tallage Ribby paid 1 mark; ibid. 176. The 'manor' of Ribby is recorded in 1256 -8; ibid.

    Townships Newton-with-Scales

    of Joseph Hankinson of Kirkham (she died 1804), and thus probably the moiety of the manor descended to Hornby of Ribby ; Burke, Landed Gentry . In 1652 one moiety of the manor of Newton-with-Scales and messuages, windmill, & c,

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    Kirkham; Medlar -With- Wesham ; Ribby -With-Wrea; Bryning -With- Kellamergh ; Clifton-With -Salwick; Newton -With- Scales ; Freckleton ; Warton ; Westby -With-Plumptons; Weeton -With-Preese; Treales , Roseacre And Wharles ; Greenhalgh -With- Thistleton ; Little Eccleston -With- Larbreck ;

    Townships Singleton

    hands of the Earls and Dukes of Lancaster , and eventually of the Crown, until 1623, when this manor, with Ribby and Wrea, was sold to Edward Badby and William Weltden. 17 Within a few years it seems to have

    Townships Pillling

    , two of the lords of the manor, 'the third lord being a reputed Papist.' Anyon was afterwards curate of Ribby and Lund in Kirkham . In 1731 he was still at Pilling and presented for incontinence; Visit. Ret. at

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, R

    Rh ne (Rosne), River [France and Switzerland ] 110, 111 Ribble [ton ] , co. Lancs. The Eagle of, 253 Ribby with Wrea (Rigbycwra), co. Lancs. bailiwick of manor of, 188 Ricardott. See Richardot Riccall (Ricall), co. Yorks. sale of

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Appendix

    scholars who have been born in any of the several townships of Kirkham, Greenalgh with Thistleton, Little Eccleston with Larbreck, Ribby with Wray Hambleton, Bryning with Kellemergh, Great and Little Singleton, Westby with Plumpton, Warton, Freckleton, Newton with Scales, Clifton

    Cases before the Committee, July 1650, 01 July 1650-31 July 1650

    226 234 27 Jan. 1652. Chris. Parker, of Bradkirk, begs discharge of, or examination of his title to lands in Ribby, co. Lancaster, settled on him and his heirs by his father, for whose recusancy and d elinquency they were Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out-butilding".: commaddiog very exese vh's-i of the surroiutding countr'y, and within Iftfeen minutes', wall-, of Foust' lics Stotton-ppl, J. 36 Ribby, Charttoed Accountant Settes ('oldfield. 119 - "jISQN GCeon-l tiht Ilsuses: mossz £75, Is ground rn VtVo. Price £700.' mortgage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beloved child ot Nr. llrederiok (Iriedtho, of el, Eiarford Streer, St. Ocorge's. In the 7Bth year of her ago, at Oolyton, Devonshire. Sarah, the be]ove. wife of Henry Ribby, motber of ,Mr. C. and T. Kibby, bak-ers, of this town. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    report to the c00 TILE FREEr GineAmkciSchbons.-Tho MlAYOR announced the that he lied received a letter from Mr. Henry J. Ribby, dot Sceayto tlse Schools Enquiry Commsnision, acknoew- fori ledging the rcipt of a resolutionpasdbthCoui, n at its meetling on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being iilled to overflowing. The execistants, numibering altogether some 2,0 per- formers, comprised Mliss Edith Wynne, faclame. Patev, Mr. Vernon Ribby, an l 2r. Lrandon, principal vocalist; Mr. T. il. Abbott, first violin ; Mr-. A. Ilobinson, solo trulupet ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. RACINGTOTES. The weather in- the London district h'as been of a rouOgh chiaractewr to-day, and a wet night is threatenetl, consequently the going at Hurst Park to-morrow wilt probably be sonrewbit heavy. Good sport is prcmised, and Subscribers-only content

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