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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MACKENZIE, Kenneth, 1st Visct. Fortrose [I] (1744-81), of Seaforth.

    MACKENZIE, Kenneth, 1st Visct. Fortrose [I] (1744-81), of Seaforth. Constituency Dates Caithness 1768 1774 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commandant 78 Ft. (the Seaforth Highlanders, which he raised) Dec. 1777- d. Biography Mackenzie spent much of his youth on the continent. James

    MACKENZIE, Kenneth (1717-61), of Seaforth.

    (1717-61), of Seaforth. Constituency Dates Inverness Burghs 1741 131747 Ross-shire 1747 131761 Biography Mackenzie, commonly known as Lord Fortrose, was the son of a Roman Catholic Jacobite, who had forfeited his estates and title for taking part in the Fifteen

    MACKENZIE, Francis Humberston (1754-1815), of Seaforth.

    Seaforth estates from his second cousin Lord Seaforth, whom he succeeded in 1781 as chief of the Clan Mackenzie, but not in his peerage. When Thomas died in 1783, Francis continued his brother’s electoral plans for restoring the neglected

    INNES, Hugh (?1764-1831), of Balmacara House, Lochalsh, Ross.

    when he had moved to 50 Charlotte Street, he had bought the Lochalsh estate from Francis Humberston Mackenzie*, Lord Seaforth.Seaforth, who told Lord Melville that Innes was ‘a gentleman of large fortune and very high character’,[footnote] used him as

    LOCKHART ROSS, Sir Charles, 7th Bt. (1763-1814), of Balnagown, Ross.

    Lockhart Ross, who bore a grudge against Seaforth for turning him out of the county, secretly abetted the unavailing opposition of Sir John Sinclair*. Lady Stafford exposed his devious conduct to Grenville, and Seaforth complained to Melville that the baronet’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : -: - - - - - - 7 7 ,-:-. . - i Ax y U4ain cynisol. priodJ.iDavies, Yw Seaforth, rfab ' - .Ax y SOaineynfisol, pdiod2)ltr. Jha Zeny~Davies, o sw¶yddfa'z '.Faner,':Dinbych arferch. Ar yr 80ain cyllsol priod Mr." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn tynhau ye wastadal. . QOBANGEMEF'S DAY. d Bny gwyT hyn yn cynal en gwyl dynyddol y 1ffed cyesol, yn Seaforth. Cychwynasant yn orymdaith o Bootle yn y boreu, a d dychwelssant yn yr hwyr, ar ol treelio diwreod yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    43p. 7s. lIe a] . Yr oedd yn y cyfanswn hwn y symiau canlynol:-y 1 0swal Wynn Jbnes, Caradoc Villa, Seaforth, 21p.: 129. ei 4C ; John William Jones, Cremlyn, Pembroke RoadJ D 5p. U2s. 4jc.; Maggie Roberts, Oriel Road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhyd Farm, ger Rbyl' Yg Annie Margaret. merch hynaf Mr William Jones, 52, Balliol Road, Bootle (gynt o Caradoc Villa, Seaforth). h MARWOLAETHAU. (IRIFFITHS-Ar y 5ed cynfisol, yn Rockmart, Georgia, Y o'r inflamations of the bowels, Mr John B Griffiths, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, Croesoswallt. a Robert Lloyd, Croeseswallt. Livepool:-Y Parchn. Hugh Jones, a G Ellisi M. A. ;. Mri. W J Hughes, Seaforth, a Wm. Jones, Bootle. Alanchmeter:-Y Parch. Thos. Gray, a Mr. John Davies. Reeaduriaethd refaldwyn:-Y Parch. D Pryce, 1nilsfield a Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Litherland

    station at Seaforth on its Southport line, and the Fazakerley branch of the same company passes through the township. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal also passes through it. The population in 1901 numbered 10,592, while that of Seaforth was 13,263.

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    (m) 409 Sankey , Little ( Warrington ), 323 Scarisbrick , (t) 265, (m) 265 Scholes ( Eccleston ), 365 Seaforth ( Litherland ), 98 Sefton , (p) 58, (t) 66, (m) 67 Shakerley ( Tyldesley ), 444 Sherdley (

    Townships Great Crosby

    with stations at Waterloo and Blundellsands , also passes through the township. An electric tramway connects Great Crosby with the Seaforth terminus of the Liverpool Overhead Railway . The township of Waterloo has been carved out of the southern part

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Skelmersdale Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Blundell Arms Hotel, Great Crosby, Lancashire 1872 Queen's Hotel, The Parade, Waterloo, Lancashire 1874 Seafield House, The Beach, Seaforth (Liverpool), Lancashire 1883 Lathom Hall, Lathom Avenue, Seaforth, Lancashire 1884

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

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    CHANC.CP.1853/1

    Hotel) : undefined Location: Sefton (Lancashire) Place(s): Great Crosby (Great Crosby) : undefined Sefton (Sefton) : ecclesiastical parish Thornton (Thornton) : undefined Lunt (Lunt) : undefined Homer Green (Homer Green) : undefined Seaforth(Seaforth) : undefined Waterloo (Waterloo) : undefined

 

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