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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Huyton with Roby

    has been united with Roby to form the township of Huyton with Roby . To them in 1877 was added Thingwall , 1 part of the parish of Childwall . The area of the amalgamated townships is 3,054 acres, 2

    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    the Conquest these included, in addition to the chief manor of West Derby , six berewicks embracing the vills of Thingwall , Liverpool , Great Crosby , Aintree with part of Walton , Everton , Garston with Aigburth , and

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    Walton ), 27 Stotfoldshaw ( Bickerstaffe ), 281 Sutton , (t) 354, (m) 355 Tarbock , (t) 176, (m) 177 Thingwall , (t) 112, (m) 113 Thornton , (t) 76, (m) 76 Toxteth Park , (t) 40, (m) 41 Tyldesley

    The parish of Walton on the Hill Introduction, church and charities

    Woodside quarter, partly because the bounds are not accurately known. Anne Dwerrihouse in 1672 bequeathed a charge on lands in Thingwall for twelve loaves to be distributed at West Derby chapel every Sunday. One Stones gave land to the vicar

    Townships West Derby

    six berewicks were Hale , Garston , Liverpool , Everton , Great Crosby , part of Walton , and perhaps Thingwall and Aintree . Farrer, Lancs . Pipe R . 290. V.C.H. Lancs . i, 292. Farrer, op. cit. 12;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    deforciant of a messuage, a garden, 15 a . of land, and 7 d . of rent in Thyngwale [ Thingwall, tp. Little Woollon ] . John remitted all right to Richard and Thomas and to the heirs of Thomas,

    Cases before the Committee, February 1651, 01 February 1651-28 February 1651

    let according to instructions. 17 456 O.T.T. 103 645 22 June 1653. Discharge from sequestration of houses in Bickerstaffe, Liverpool, Thingwall, and Watertree, co. Lancaster, forfeited by Mossock, and bought trom the Treason Trustees by Ant. Shelley. 18 846 Claimants Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places

    150. Thomas, 57, 159, 160. Tewitfield , near Borwick, 5, 19. Thimbleby , Margery, w. of Robert, 2. Robert, 2. Thingwall , tp. Little Woolton, 70, 116. Thistleton , par. Kirkham, 31, 91, 156. Manor of, 105. Thomlinson , see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Samnel Bright, Es ., of Saild tj,0lg Derby, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of S. 11. Titameion j ll Thingwall, near Liverpool. DE.ATHiS.-On the 22nd inst., at Vernon street, Derby, after a tracted illness, Thomas Battelle, Esq., aged a9-On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of eight years stole 6d. from his parents simply to buy these perniciouas pakets," The late Mr. Samuel Thompson, of Thingwall Hal,. near Liverpool, father of Mr. Yates Thompson, was one of the few survivors of the old commercial school Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the afternoon prompt, at the Woodside Hulss, huss"-. head, subject to conditions, A Most D~esirable Freehold ESTATE, situltal 't IL Thingwall, containing 144 acres statute mea~sure, with the Farlmhouse, Bunildings, and Cottages thereon. as tke myn5 er ON-a0 occupied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. l'hompson Yates, brother of the b3rdegrootD George Noole Thompson, of Lynwood, Sunninghill, son of S. H. Thompson. Esq., of Thingwall. Liverpool. to Ezit. dangilter of William Parsons Peters, Esq.. of Soroth Petherton, Somerset. 9 E AT a S. BROWNE-September Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t Aliddleton, Esq., of Learn, in the county of Derby, to Jane Sarah, eldest daughter of Thomas Case, Esq., of Thingwall. a hall.. Lancashire. On the 14th instant, at Hartihorne, in this county, by the t Rev. H. Buckley, Rector, Subscribers-only content

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