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    Townships Croxteth Park

    the demesne of West Derby , and was committed to officers who kept the park of Toxteth and chase of Simonswood . 2 Leases of the herbage of Croxteth were granted from time to time, 3 and in 1446 a Victoria County History

    The parish of Walton on the Hill Introduction, church and charities

    HILL WEST DERBY BOOTLE CUM LINACRE FORMBY EVERTON KIRKDALE KIRKBY WALTON TOXTETH PARK (extra-par.) SIMONSWOOD (extra-par.) FAZAKERLEY This extensive parish, occupying the south-western corner of the hundred and county, has a total area of 29,615 acres, 1 and a population Victoria County History

    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    of West Derby included for herbage, turbary, pannage, honey, wax, stone, and brushwood sold in Croxteth , Toxteth , and Simonswood , £25 0 s . 6 d .; swainmotes and woodmotes, 31 s . 10 d .; total, £26 Victoria County History

    Townships Bickerstaffe Mossock Hall Mossock Hall

    The southern portion was anciently occupied by great mosses, now mostly reclaimed, and beyond were the woods of Cunscough and Simonswood . The population in 1901 was 2,096. Near the centre, on the 200 feet level, stands the hall; close Victoria County History

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    58, (t) 66, (m) 67 Shakerley ( Tyldesley ), 444 Sherdley ( Sutton ), 361 Shuttleworth ( Bedford ), 434 Simonswood , (t) 56, (m) 56 Skelmersdale , (t) 282, (m) 283 Smithdown ( Toxteth Park ), 43 Snape ( Victoria County History

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    ; Preesall with Hackinsall To the townships above enumerated as forming the parish of Lancaster there have sometimes been added Simonswood and Toxteth Park , near Liverpool , 2 for these were parts of the forest of Lancaster and therefore Victoria County History

    The parish of Halsall Introduction, church and charities HALSALL CHURCH

    , and to the south of a line drawn from Maghull manor-house to the nearest point on the boundary of Simonswood . To the east of a line drawn southward from Halsall village to pass a quarter of a mile Victoria County History

    Townships Huyton with Roby

    ; Assize R. 423, m. 1 d . John de Wolfall was in 1356 made warden of the park of Simonswood ; Kuerden MSS. ii, fol. 270, n . 145. A feoffment of John de Wolfall and Margery his wife Victoria County History

    Townships Lathom

    1632 . Ch. Reg. The son Thomas, just mentioned, had in 1651 a lease from Richard, Lord Molyneux , of Simonswood House and lands; deed at Lathom . His dwelling at Melling had five hearths in 1666 . Hearth Tax, Victoria County History

    Liverpool The castle and development of the town

    118 the constable was generally, if not always, also keeper of Toxteth Park , and sometimes also of Croxteth and Simonswood Parks , 119 for which he received a further salary of £2. The connexion of Toxteth Park in particular Victoria County History

    Index L-Z

    ; Thos. de, 164 n Silverdale Nab , 127 Simnel , Lambert , 287, 307, 403 Simonshole , 329 n Simonswood , 4 Simpkinson , Hen., 169 n ; Will., 169 n ; -, 168 n Simpson , Chris., 274; Victoria County History

    BOTELER, Sir John (c.1328-1399/1400), of Warrington, Lancs.

    John of Gaunt 8 Jan. 1374- d. ; constable of Liverpool castle, warden of the parks of Toxteth, Croxteth and Simonswood and of the forest of West Derby 20 Dec. 1374-d. Ofifces Held J.p. Lancs. Mar. 1388, July 1394. Biography History of Parliament

    BLAND, Sir John, 4th Bt. (1663-1715), of Kippax Park, Yorks. and Hulme Hall, Lancs.

    Ofifces Held Alderman, Pontefract 1698–Sept. 1715, mayor 1703–4; commr. Aire and Calder Navigation, 1699; steward, Salford hundred and master forester, Simonswood and Croxteth, Lancs. 1702–6. Ofifces Held Commr. revenue [I] 1704–6. Biography Bland probably entered Parliament in 1681 at the History of Parliament

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