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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Skerton

    Townships SkertonSKERTON Schertune, Dom. Bk.; Skerton , 1200; Skereton, 1292. There are eccentric spellings, e.g. Stortun, 1201; Sherton, 1292. Standing on the north bank of the Lune opposite Lancaster this township has always been closely connected with the town,

    Hospitals St Leonard , Lancaster

    1245. 31 In 1317 there was further litigation. The prior complained that the master of the hospital withheld tithes at Skerton and Lancaster to the amount of £5, and the oblations of the hospital chapel, worth £1. On the question

    Townships Slyne -with-Hest

    made recently; Beaumont Cote in Bolton has been added to this township, 2 as well as a large portion of Skerton . 3 The principal road is that from Lancaster north through Slyne to Bolton ; it has a branch

    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    de Lancaster appears in 1292 putting forward a claim to land in Skerton . 20 Then in 1 317 Lawrence son of Thomas de Lancaster granted lands in Skerton , Ashton , Brantbreck, Grisehead, & c., to his son John

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

    Lancester; Aldcliffe ; Bulk; Ashton with Stodday ; Scotforth ; Thurnham (part) 1 ; Skerton ; Overton ; Poulton , Bare and Torrisholme ; Heaton with Oxcliffe; Middleton ; Quernmore ; Over Wyresdale; Caton ; Gressingham IN AMOUNDERNESS: Bleasdale 1a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liev. William Filtner, rector of Lower Heyford, Oxford- shire, son of the late lirev. Sir Edmund Filmer, BHrt. Lately, at Skerton, near Lancaster, aged o9, Ann Calvert. She was never known to go more than fonr tniles from her home, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bluett and E. W. Whitmash, Taunton, wine smer- chants-W. Clemson and S. Vaughan, Manchester, dyers-T. Coulston and Co. Lancaster and Skerton, tanners; as far as regards T. Coulston, jun. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. E. Riley, Stratford-upon-Avon, grocer. 6 BANKRUPTS. C. J. Banister, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J . Porvti, of %eat Bromwich, to Miartha rirte, of ilfoeley e d DIED. *r BArwai-On the 11th lost., at Skerton Hore, OldTT3 r, yeaea,.21renU Darbisbire, wife of Thomas Baker, i tho e e CLARIE.K -On the 12th lnoA after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and John Edward Coban, were charged with placing themselves on the Midland Railway with intent to obstruct an engine, at Skerton, on the 25th ult. It G appeared that the lads deliberately sat down upon the B rails in order Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entertauinment, with toasts, songs, &c. Grinudsrs: Smith, 27-0; Ray, 0-0; Broadmoor, 1-0, Jones, 4-4; Lea, 3-0; Webb, 0-0; Leadesly, O-0; Skerton, 0-0; Wilson, 0-0; Grie, 1-2 ; Hacket, 0-7; Broadmoor, not out, 1-0; I. Grice, 0-0 ; Lusty, 1-2 ; Subscribers-only content

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

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    (Lancashire) Place(s): Skerton(Skerton) : undefined Participant: GeorgeHind [Hinde] Role: witness Details: male; 50; Yeoman Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Skerton(Skerton) : undefined Participant: RobertMarshall [Marshall] Role: witness Details: male; 45 Employment: Mariner Location: Lancaster (Lancashire) Place(s): Skerton(Skerton) :


    Richard Lancaster [Lancaster] Role: defendant Details: male; Cousin German [once removed] of the testator Employment: Labourer Location: Lancashire Place(s): Skerton(Skerton) : undefined Participant: William Butcher [Butcher] Role: defendant Details: male; Cousin German [once removed] of the testator Employment: Shoemaker


    (Patchettes Mill) : undefined Location: Glassen (Glassen) : township Cannot identify Location: Lancashire Location: Cambridge (Cambridge) : undefined Location: Skerton(Skerton) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Middleton (Lancashire) Place(s): Middleton (Middleton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Heaton (Heaton) : undefined Cannot

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAURENCE, John, of Poulton, Lancs.

    younger son, John Laurence received no more than a small share of the family estates confined to land in Poulton, Skerton and Heysham, while the rest descended to his elder brother, Robert. The two of them were still very young

    IPRES, Sir Ralph (c.1336-1397), of Quernmore, Lancs.

    of £28 6s.8d. payable for life in peacetime from the farm of Liverpool and the revenues of the manor of Skerton. Since Ralph became steward of two other duchy lordships not long afterwards, he clearly relied heavily upon this source

    LAURENCE, Robert (c.1371-1439), of Dillicar, Westmld. and Ashton, Lancs.

    the manor of Ashton, which, from the mid 13th century was their home, the Laurence family owned property in Lancaster, Skerton, Poulton, Carleton, Scotforth, Heysham and Ellel. Edmund Laurence was able further to extend his inheritance by marrying, as his

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 11-20 Henry VIII

    rent in Preston in Amoundernes, Barton, Hutton, Slyne, Bolton in Lonnesdale [ Bolton-le-Sands ] , Heseham [ Heysham ] , Skerton, Pulton [ Poulton-le-Sands ] , Hakles [ Hatlex ] , Willeswall and Tresholme. Georg e and Grace, for themselves

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    land, 6 a . of meadow, and 10 a . of pasture in Orton [ Overton ] , Skyrton [ Skerton ] , Slyne, Potom [ Poulton le Sands ] , and Lancastre. George and Agnes acknowledged the said tenements

    Entry Book, December 1660, 01 December 1660-31 December 1660

    November 17, from Lord F. Seymour on the petition of Captain Daniell Odea for a grant of the manor of Skerton. Treasurer Southampton's warrant to the Clerk of the Pipe for a grant to William Dioconson of the offices of

    Index, R, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Niton. Old Court. Ormskirk. Penrith. Peverell. Pidley. Pinchbeck. Potterspury. Prescot. Rigby. Rochdale. Rosedale. Ryme. St. Agatha, Salcey. Sheldon. Shepton Mallet. Skerton. Somersham. Spalding. Steynton. Stratton super Fosse. Stoke Bruern. Stoke under Hambdon. Subbington. Sutton. Terrington. Thoresby. Thorley. Thorney. Trelowia. Trevennen.

    Index, S, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Sir John, Deputy Governor of Plymouth, 629. -, Maurice, Capt., 73. Skelton , co. Yorks. 27. Skenfrith (co. Monmouth). 124. Skerton manor (co. Lancs), 112. Skiers ("Scyars") (co. Yorks), 294. Skilling , Lieut. Henry, 82. Skinner , Sergeant. See Sergeant

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Union of Institutions: list of lecturers and their subjects, together with a list of the institutions in Union ... ; with an appendix., 1854

    ), Potteries Mechanics' Institu¬ tion Sherborne , Literary Institution Shiffnall, Mechanics' Institution Shrewsbury , Church of England Literary and Scientific institution Shropshire Mechanics' Institution " Skerton (near Lancaster ), Christian Instruction Society Sleaford , Public Library Slough , Mechanics' Institution Subscribers-only content

    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    Heaton (Hietune 4 ; Middleton (Middletun) 4; Oxcliffe (Oxencliffe) 2; Poulton (Poltune) 2 ; Torrisholme ( Tor - restholme) 2; Skerton (Schertune) 6; Bare , 2; Slyne (Sline) 6; Bolton (Bodel- tone) 4 ; Kellet (Chellat) 6 ; Stapelton- theme Subscribers-only content

    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    as an appurtenant or right attaching to all the Estates there adjoining the river Lune, for the Fishery in Halton to the mid stream, belongs to the Estate op¬ posite to which it adjoins. The Beaumont Fishery in Skerton which Subscribers-only content

    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    from Eobert Dalton , Esq., as to the other part of it and Skerton Mill in 1759 from Thomas Buckley , Esq., extends on the Bulk side of it, from the Weirs there down¬ wards in the river, including a Subscribers-only content

    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    Committee, nothing done, but adjourned till the 29th. 29th.-Adjourned meeting-nothing done. 1864 Jan. 18 .- Miss Elizabeth Bradshaw , of Skerton , buried to-day, in the Mauso¬ leum, which is now full-and the key of it given into the Sector Subscribers-only content


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