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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rixton with Glazebrook

    de Rixton , as trustee, his manor of Rixton and moiety of Glazebrook with the homages of Alan del Shaw in Rixton , and others, at the yearly rent of £200 of silver; Mascy D. R. 55. Richard de Rixton

    Hampstead Charities for the Poor

    of the church. Income in 1824 was 56 s . In 1898 the rent charge was applied with Rixton 's charity. John Rixton , by will dated 1657, charged his four copyhold houses in Hampstead town with the following annual

    Townships Lowton

    cit. Alan de Rixton gave his lands in Byrom to Henry son of Richard de Glazebrook . In 1303 a marriage was agreed upon between Henry son of Henry de Glazebrook and Isabel daughter of Alan de Rixton ; Kuerden,

    Townships Pennington

    years later granted four messuages in the vill of Pennington to William le Mascy, son of Hamon le Mascy of Rixton and Pernell (Petronilla) his wife, daughter of Richard de Werburton, and their issue, failing which to William le Mascy

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    bunter series of that formation. In Great Sankey and Burtonwood the pebble beds of the same series occur, and in Rixton -withGlazebrook the keuper series, owing to the effect of a fault running from south-east to north-west through the township.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary

    a . of furze and heath, and 100 a . of moss and turbary in Glassebroke [ Glazebrook ] and Rixton, and also of the chantry of Hollynfayre, in the parish of Weryngton. Thomas remitted all right to Richard and

    General Index, D, E, F, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Denmark. Dankleman , Mons. Danter , Philip D'Antilly , Capt. Adrian du Ross Dantzig Danvers , Mr. Darby , Jane Rixton Darcy , Mr. Nicholas Dardis , Garnet Michael William Dargent , Isaac Mary Mary Anna Nicholas D'Armendaris , Capt. Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, R

    Nicholas, of Drinkstone, i. 235, 537. William, of Bildeston, i. 115, 168. Rixam . See Rixton. Rixonhalgh in Oswaldtwistle (Ponthaulgh), co. Lancaster, ii. 628. Rixton (Rixam), co. Lancaster, ii. 591. Roach (Roche), co. Yorke, ii. 632 Road , Sir John.

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 262, January 1597, 01 January 1597-31 January 1597

    master, wardens, and society of Plasterers of London. [ Docquet . ] Jan. 30. Pardon for William Massie, late of Rixton, co. Lancaster, convicted for burglary; subscribed by Justice Beaumont and Serjeant Drew. [ Docquet . ] Jan. 30. Pardon Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    see Thames. Rivera , John de, protection to Rivers , Earldom of Rivers , Mr. Rives , Geo., see Ryves. Rixton , co. Lancaster, resident at Roberson , Sanders, alias Abercony, Father Robert , Eliz. Ap,lease to Father Roberts , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being drawistunder the wheelsg Xse wvas leilled, the wheels passing over his head. of A farmer named Jolen Holland, of Rixton, near War' gie- rington, met with a shocking accident yesterday morning, tbe Io vies out shooting, when his fowling-piece, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilineos aged o4 years George Hiughes. RssnOlr,-n the ?th inst.. afner a few days' illness. ared 93 yeam, Genorge Smile Rixton, aine, lilack Tomrgannt. Dceon. SANrRs-On tno 1Otb ost., at his fathers, 104, Grst nConmre Street, tcr a long llne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week a person, named Thomas Jamieson, wasebrought before the Liverpool Magistrates, charged with'having written threatening letters to a mercliant named Rixton, for the purpose of extorting money. The prisoner alleged in one of his letters that he had destroyed a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, under very mysterious circuln- j staneds. Durirng the evening at man, iyho is stated to be a farmer at Rixton, and who had previously paid hida addresses to the young woman, but who had been rejected, sent a messenger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, are grown up. - - At ILeigh, Lancashire, yesterday, Wilbao Vaughan was charged with. shooting Thomas Elliman, engineer, at Rixton, on the Manchester ship caual works, on the 27th of April. The accused was arrested at-Ross, and on being Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Penny Stone, or, A tradition of the Spanish Armada, 1886

    maternal side was sprung from a Tildesley, of Carleton , and on his paternal from the Massies of Tatton and Rixton , and allied to some of the most distinguished families of Lancashire and Cheshire . The group was more Subscribers-only content

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