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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    Townships Ashton with Stodday ASHTON WITH STODDAY Estun, Dom. Bk.; Eston , 1212; Hassheton, Ashton , 1292; Esshton, Assheton, 1301. Stodaye, 1246; Stodehahe, 1252; Stodhagh, 1301. Locally pronounced Stodda. This composite township occupies the eastern side of the Lune estuary

    Townships Aldcliffe

    which 271/2 are salt marsh. 2 In 1901 the population numbered eighty-three. The chief road goes south from Lancaster to Stodday ; minor roads and footpaths lead from it down to the riverside. The London and North Western Railway Company's

    The parish of Lancaster Fulwood

    the township. 11 Inquiries as to the wastes of Fulwood were made in 1638 and 1640. 12 Lambert Stodagh of Stodday died in 1511 holding lands in Preston and Fulwood of the king in socage. 13 His son Lawrence founded

    Townships Middleton

    son of Geoffrey the Serjeant and Agnes his wife (by their guardian Roger de Pinnemore), William the Clerk's son of Stodday and Alice his wife, with remainder to Alice daughter of Roger de Pinnemore; Final Conc . ii, 141. See

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

    castle LANCASTER IN LONSDALE: 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

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Youngest son of the late C I5e Mr. John Whitworth, manufacturer, Dewsbury., )er Sm a Lawson Whalley, Eiq. M.D. of Stodday Ldge, ' Lied SnarLrmei.day, . fb Magistrates for the county of Lan-I 13 Onis 0 the 19th ult. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Valuable Freehold Mill Sites and Building Land, situate near to Stanningley and Pudesy. B By Mr. FRED. STO WE, at the Fleece Inn, in Stanntugley, on ifodadiy. the Sixth June next, at six o'clock In the evening, jajc oconditions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A:~~~ lJ S:Vfi' lHE I.:: ROYALAGRIOULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW AT, UVRPOOL. - : , . !. | : L r~vunobL, !ritredevy. To-diy the Society was sgsinr faioured'vrith splendid weather, ariddto all appearance'the show is joing to be the most successful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IUt1AX AGRIOUtLTURAiL 'SOOIETTY8 I sHOW. 'IvnRPoon, Monday.. The annunl show of the Royal Ag.ricultural Sooiety, of :England is being held here duriiig the present weekr the smpleipsnt-yard being open to-day and to-morrow4 while the ettire show-yaed will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'he direction of the releasing pen. This loss was never I ercovered, and the trial was a filure. H. Mabkwith, Stodday, Lancaster, with a two-year-old dog, made a hbad start, not being able to get the trio away for fully Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    land, 20 a . of meadow, 100 a . of pasture, and one a . of wood in Stodaghe [ Stodday ] , Borrowe [ Burrowe, tp. Scotforth ] , Babrige [ Bailrigg ] , Brigtheit [ Bigthwaite ] ,

    Index of names and places

    152. Stathome , Elizabeth, 37. Steele , Alice, 11. Steynolff , see Stainall . Stockley , Hamon, 140. Stodday , 35, 38. Stodday , John, 38 (2). Lucy, w. of John, 38. Stodfordshaw , in Bickerstaffe, 94. Stokes , John,

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