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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Anglezarke

    under the Lathoms. The bounds went along the Shaw of Ledewarden, the cliff, the deepest part of the carr, Swinley Syke to the west part in Whithenley Brook, Ledewarden Brook as it divides Anglezarke and Wheelton , and so to

    Townships Winstanley

    son of Outi, he made grants to Cockersand Abbey : (1) Witlow Hurst , the bounds of which were the Syke , Green Lache , Thornhurst Brook, and Kempesbirines; (2) another piece, the bounds beginning at the road from Northcroft

    Townships Litherland

    of Henry de Lea gave to William son of Agnes de Thornton a rood of land by the Pikemanscroft, Orrel Syke and Wellfield Siche being mentioned in the boundaries; Moore D. n . 692. In 1299 Richard, son of William

    Townships Pendleton

    gave her inheritance to John Falegh; Kuerden, loc. cit. The bounds as recited name Brockhole Syke , Reedybutt Dyke , Wymondhouse Brook and Kilne Well Syke . A payment of 2 d . was due for ward of Lancaster Castle

    Townships Preston

    of land as situated under this hospital and extending to Swaghwell Syke ; Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . iv, 580. This name is probably the same as the Sewalle Syke of the Cockersand Chartul . i, 217. Possibly the well

  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1529-30

    his ffee at Crystemas xij d paid for blowyng of the Orgons in the Christ emas holydays when Balaham was Syke iiij d * * * * * paid for a Rope for the bellowys of the Orgons ob. paid

    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    1693/4 12 January. Whereas by a former order the Surveyors of Highways in Preston Richard should scour and cleanse the Syke called Craggbeck and pay the charges thereof, and if it did appear at the next Sessions that John (cancelled

    Introduction, The staff of the church

    paid eight shillings and eightpence a year for his exertions. In the 'christemas holydays' of the year 1529 he 'was Syke,' and fourpence had to be expended in addition, p. 349. That it was an additional expense we may see

    Supplementary Records, Preston Patrick

    Lowden Lin Tree, on the same Line of Fence to the said Farleton Beck, and up the same to Meer Syke Foot, and so to Chaldron Botton, and from thence to Mowbron Nook, at the North East Corner of a

    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    with plan annexed for diverting the highway leading from Farleton by Ellers towards and unto the turnpike road from Heron Syke to K. Kendal. Also for diverting the highway leading from Overthwaite towards and unto the same turnpike road. K.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitfield, Derbyshire, cottott-spitnter. Attornev, SMr. NVilsen Greville-streel, Ilattwn-garderi. 'T. Farlow, MNainchester, builder. Altornies, Messrs. Hurd and Jolheson, Tem rple. 35;. Syke.. Macnhester, cooper, Attoriney, Mr. Ellis, Chancery- lane. 'E. Maymow, Bleckltitrit, Laincashire, cottor-mantfacturer. At- toritev, Mr. 131akelock, Serjeant'i-inn, Fleet-street. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    depression of the markets, Lord AMacdonaid has allowed a deduction of 201. per-cent. on the agenits of hi, estate in Syke, with .in understanding that this liberal allowance will 'be continued' until the times mend.-Edinsabrgh Star. MI1RACULOUS ESCPE. - Wednesday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lancashire, &c., 1 to 33; whilst in the city of Boston, United States, according to a statement made by Colonel Syke, the mortality was 1 to 45. It was also stated by the latter that in good years it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gtreet WeGt-J. HundY, Birmingham, timber merchant. [Smith, Birmingham.- G. WV. Gra etiog- bam, builder. [Cowley, Nottinglham.-J. Sheaid, eaddersfield corn facttr. [Syke, Inddersfield.-G. N. Coulson, Lincoln, bhtetler. kBrown nd o, LiMan- coin.-T. Moore, South Shore, Blackpool, Lancashile, innkeeper. [Andrew, Man. chester. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Leeds), 9th, 67min. 23 3-Ssec.; W. Sollars, 10th (Leeds), 67min. 35 2-Ssec.: A. Mabbett. (B.H.), 11th, 67min. 44sec. - R. Syke (Salford) 12th, 67min. 47 2-Ssee. , On the judges goiug into figures, the positions of the com- tin clubs Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for widening and repairing the Road from Preston To Lancaster and from thence to a Place called Heiring-Syke, that divides the Counties of Lancaster and Westmorland., 11 June 1750

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    27 April 1751, 27 April 1751

    for repairing and " widening the Road from Preflon to Lancajier, and " from thence to a Place called Flening Syke, that divides " the Counties of Lancafler and Weflmorland-" to which' they deiire the Concurrence of this Houle. The Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1751, 1 May 1751

    for repairing and widening the Road from Prefton to " Lancaster, and from thence to a Place called Heiring " Syke, that divides the Counties of Lancafier and " Wzftmorland." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1751, 6 May 1751

    " repairing and widening the Road from Prefion toBl11: " Lancafler, and from thence to a Place called Heiring " Syke, that divides the Counties of Lancqfier and " Weftmorland." \ng, " repairing the High Roads leading from Darlington, " Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1751, 22 May 1751

    for repairing and widening the Road " from Prejlon to Lancajler, and from thence to a Place " called Heiring Syke, that divides the Counties of " Lancafier and Prefton." << 16. An Aft for explaining and amending fo much Subscribers-only content

 

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