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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Shevington

    Townships ShevingtonSHEVINGTON Scheuynton, 1253; Sheuington, 1277; Sewinton, 1288; Sheuynton, 1292; the spelling with 'g' became usual about 1350. Shevington has an area of 1,728 acres. 1 It is bounded on the south-west by the River Douglas , on the

    Townships Welch Whittle

    of the barony of Penwortham WELCH WHITTLE was, with Shevington and Charnock, granted to Randle son of Roger , and descended to Ferrers and the 'lords of Leylandshire,' as described under Shevington . 3 A subordinate manor, assessed as 4

    Townships Standish-with-Langtree

    his lands, & c., in Shevington except those inclosed within his park; ibid. no. 34. Joan survived her husband; ibid. no. 80. Henry de Standish was in possession in 1353 , when his park of Shevington is named; ibid. no.

    The parish of Standish STANDISH PARISH

    the poor of Standish and Shevington . The capital was afterwards invested in Mersey Dock bonds, and produces £8 a year, of which half, the Shevington share, is distributed in a weekly bread dole at Shevington Church and in cloth

    Townships Wrightington

    18 s . 4 d .; also holding the manor of Welch Whittle and lands, & c., there and in Shevington and Coppull . His heir was his son John, aged fifty-seven. 25 Edward Dicconson of Eccleston married Anne daughter

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, May 1654, 01 May 1654-31 May 1654

    Estate of Edward Prescott, Shevington, Co. Lancaster. 30 May 1654. Vol. G No. or p. Robert Psescott petitions that he assigned 12 years ago to his brother Edward a house and 6 acres of land in Shevington, for 11 years, Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 28 March 1648, 28 March 1648-28 March 1648

    House doth accept of the Sum of Forty-four Pounds, for a Fine, for the Delinquency of Alexander Woodward , of Shevington in the County of Lancaster , Gentleman: His Offence, That he complied with the Enemies of the Parliament: He

    Lancashire Fines, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary

    . of meadow, 40 a . of pasture, 12 a . of wood, and 20 a . of turbary in Shevington and Standyshe. Roger remitted all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave him 200. m. 42.

    Inquisitions, 1587

    2 messuages in Adlingstreet, late in the tenure of Matthew Carewe , Doctor of Laws, and now in that of Shevington , Doctor of Laws, are held of the Queen in free burgage, and are worth per ann., clear, 6.

    Lancashire Fines, 4-6 Philip and Mary

    turbary, 20 a . of moss, 100 a . of moor, and 100 a . of furze and heath in Shevington and Thistelton. Thomas and Alice remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 120.

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

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    CP.H.2696A

    Place(s): Standish (Standish) : ecclesiastical parish Location: York : city Place(s): YorkYork Minster (ecclesia cathedralis et metropolita Beati Petri Ebor) : undefined Location: Chester (Chester) : undefined Location: Renington (Renington) : undefined Location: Standish (Lancashire) Place(s): Shevington(Shevington) : undefined

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 March 1825, 7 March 1825

    repairing and " maintaining the Road from Penwortham Bridge to the " Boundary between the Townships of Wrightington and " Shevington, and the Road from Lydiate Lane End to a " Bridge called Little Hanging Bridge, all in the County Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1825, 7 March 1825

    and maintaining the Road from Penwortham Road BllL " Bridge to the Boundary between the Townships of « Wrightington and Shevington, and the Road from " Lydiate Lane End to a Bridge called Little Hanging " Bridge, all in the Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1825, 9 March 1825

    repairing and " maintaining the Road from Penwortham Bridge to the " Boundary between the Townships of Wrightington and lt Shevington, and the Road from Lydiate Lane End to " a Bridge called Little Hanging Bridge, all in the County Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1825, 9 March 1825

    repairing and maintaining the Road from Pewwor- " tham Bridge to the Boundary between the Townships *c of Wrightington and Shevington, and the Road from " Lydiate Lane End to a Bridge called Little Hanging " Bridge, all in the Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1825, 10 March 1825

    An Act for repairing and maintaining the Road from Penwortham Bridge to the Boundary between the Townships of Wrightington and Shevington, and the Road from Lydiate Lane End to a Bridge called Little Hanging Bridge, all in the County of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Department-Assistant-Surgeon W. Kelly to be Surgeon, viCe Seaton, retired on half-pay. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. B. Clarke, J. Tayleur, and J. Walmasley, Shevington and Standish, Lancashire, coal proprietors; as far as regards B. Clarke-R. Godeffroy and J. Simson, Great Winchester street, City-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacturers of artificial manar6-Carohnel IHorsman and Elizabeth C. Parker, Davies street, Berkeley square, milliners-S. Bury and J. and li. Price, Shevington, Lancashire, coal merchants; so far as regards M. Price-H. Schroeder and 1. Ashlin, Liverpool, stockbrokers-G. and J. Watson, Lancaster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co., Manclester. -G. Sherlock and B. Satterby, Halone, Lancashire, joiners. [Jaqaes and Co., Ely place, Htolborn. - W. Caldwell, Shevington, Lacucashire, coal proprietor. [Janion, Manchester. Dividlenqs.-March 16, J. Ratty. Gerrar.l street, Solho, draper-MSarch 16, J. arid G. J. Whitfield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Mexico. Nov. 1.-Ten persons killed and five dangerously wounded by an explosion of fire-damp in the Prince Albert pit, Shevington, near Wigan. Cause: Use of an open lamp. The wife of one of the men who was burnt (but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been built to the order of Messrs, Christian Salvensen and Co., of Leitlh. She was nasned the Tana. At Shevington a child named Holland leas been shot and hes died through playing with an "alarm gun" owned by his Subscribers-only content

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