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You searched for: Place: Simonswood, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    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

    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

    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


    Walton On The Hill (Lancashire) Place(s): Toxteth (Toxtath, Toxstaffe, Roxtath, Croxstaffe) : undefined Location: Walton On The Hill (Lancashire) Place(s): Simonswood (Symonwood, Symondwood) : township Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Fulwood (Fulwode, Fullwode) : township Location: Cadeley (Cadeley, Caddailey) : undefined Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

    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

    General Index, S, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    East India Co. (new). watches. See Watches. Simeoni (Simeons, monsr.), baron de, [envoy extraordinary from the Elector of Bavaria ] Simonswood (Symonds wood), co. Lancaster, master forester of, deputy to Sinclair , Sir Archibald, judge of the admiralty of Scotland, Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Abstract of the returns of charitable donations for the benefit of poor persons, made by the ministers and churchwardens of the several parishes and townships in England and Wales., 1816

    M K of tin- 1'ARISH. TOWNSHIP, ttc. W'tbi l)l III1Y, {continued.) Sephton, Neihei ton,^ and I.tint - - -/" (continued) Simonswood - Skelmersdale - Southwortb, \vith\ Croft - - -/ Speak Sutton NU1I.S 01 ihc- I'KHSONS ulicj Gave (lie r Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Index to the reports of the commissioners for inquiring concerning charities, in England and Wales., 1840

    ; Cockermoulh .... v. 50 Askham vii. 559 Mounsher, John ; Portsmouth .... xvi. 312 Mount, William ; Kirkby and Simonswood, xx. 160 Mountaine, William ; Schools at Burnt Yates, and Dacre Banks iii. 479, 493 Clint iv. 436 Mountayn, Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales, 1871. (33 & 34 Vict. c. 107.) Population tables. Area, houses, and inhabitants. Vol. II. Registration or union counties., 1872

    FoitMHY 5. Noktii Mkoi.s fi. Taklkton - 7. ScAiusniuciv 8. OltMSKlIlK - 0. Lathom 1. Standisii • 458. OKMSKIUK. j Simonswood 1 Biekerstail'e j Moiling ; Maghull - ! Lydiate Aughton Halsall3 - I Downholland t A Hear j Fornihy Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales for the year 1861. Population tables. Vol. I. Numbers and distribution of the people., 1862

    BICKERSTAFFE - 2. AUGHTON - 3. HALSALL - r FORMBY f 5.- North, MEOLS - 6. TARLETON 7. SCARISBRICK " Simonswood - Township (part of Walton-on-the-hill Par. Bickerstaffe' - Township (part of Ormskirk Parish.') Melling - Township (part of Halsall Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    araw for poritions at the ati-tng-post in the City ad Suburban resulted as follows: Hfearwood (inside position) .1, Downhamn 2, :Simonswood 3, Maalusa 4 Fascination 5, Innocence 0, First Principal ,, Guidwife 8, Gold Jug9, . Syerla 10, Pheon 11, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day's pair. I shall couple Tirant d'Eau with Old Clo'. Pellisson, if he has regained his spring form, should beat Simonswood in the Sussex Stakes. La Uruguavsa, King's Courier, and Pianudes may not, for all we know, be able to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a view to this race, and of those towards the bottom of the handicap I like best the chance of Simonswood. At present I think that GooD Lucs and SrBoLs are a pair from whom the winner will spring. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fitzsinomns. Snood eodt, Balornock colt. Spartcaos. Strong Bow, St. Vincent, Blue Glass, Poudre-a-Canon colt, and Orkney. FEmsEmL= STAS.ES.-Faseinalion, O'Donovan Roeam, Simonswood, Our Grace, and Amphitheatre. HIGE-WEOIHIT H.asnicAr.-Villiers. ;7TTIC Fsw BEENsanAL STAMIES-Belornxek colt, Pondme-a-Canon colt, St. Vincent, Rilma)-ham. Pixie colt, Mlillennium, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 to 1 Linstock, 7 to 1 Simonswood, 8 to 1 Cawnpore, and 10 to 1 others. Cawnpore settled down in advance of Linstock, Lumley Moor, and Headpiece, with Captain Kettle next and Simonswood in the rear to the five Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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