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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Quarlton

    Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 19, m. 23. Thomas Warburton , who died 31 May 1634 , at Stubbins , held two messuages, & c, in Quarlton in Edgeworth of Sir Thomas Barton , and other lands; Francis,

    Townships Tottington

    , there called Bolton Street , and the River Irwell , with suburbs stretching south to Hazelhurst and north to Stubbins . The principal cross street is Bridge Street , leading from the bridge across the Irwell past the railway


    Manor farm, comprising 250 a., to H. E. Stubbins , and the manor and Allerthorpe common, amounting to 403 a., to Henry Whitworth . 66 Manor farm was still held by the Stubbins family in 1973 . The manor and

    Townships Butterworth

    of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 16, m. 35; 19, m. 23. Thomas Warburton , who died in 1634 at Stubbins , held messuages in Little Clegg , Hollinworth, and Butterworth; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. xxx, no. 93. Ottiwell

    Thornton THORNTON 1616

    65 The 403-acre Thornton Grange farm and the 141-acre Hall Garth farm were bought by Henry Stubbins in 1921 , 66 and the Stubbins family have since acquired a further 200 a. which were formerly part of the Wyndham estate.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    makers. [Church. J. Spencer, Winlaton, Durham, tailor. [Nicholls and Son, Coeok's court, Lincoln's inn. J. Brown and T. B. Powell, Stubbins, Lancashire, calico prin- ters. [Adlington and Co. Bedford row. T. and W. Wilson, Liverpool, merchants. [Adlington and Co. Bedford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    father's house and asked him to accom- pany him to the house of a mutual friend named Stubbins. He did so: and when Stubbins came out the prisoner said to witness, " Now, am I a liar?" Witness saidt, " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a flne o: sold £20. and costs, or in default two months imprisonment.- m-ds Mr. Stubbins applied for a case, which was grantedi-Mr. .es Stubbins said he considered that he ought to have got if mnie, ont in evidence that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iotc, for the purpose of analysis. Mr. Ashford (from the office of Mr. Ansell) appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Stubbins (instructed by Mir. IWaltersydefended.-The the Inspector stated that on the 11th inst. he saw the defendant ol sell milk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    executed before the 1 'Bankraptcy Act came. iptoqopepktiot,-Alr. Stubbins said he opliosed tlhe claim because the post-nuptial settlement Illad not bediv re-registered.-Mlr. Young arguied that it did ,iot require re.registrntlofi-l: lr. Stubbins contended that I the ll1l woqtion of the Subscribers-only content


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