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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Bispham

    by the ' Lancashire Witches.' Thornber , op. cit. 216. Hutton considered the roads good, 'safe and easy for the traveller,' but they lacked milestones, so that owners of post chaises were able to overcharge. Thornber , on the other

    The parish of Poulton -le-Fylde POULTON AND BISPHAM .

    a vessel of the Spanish Armada having been in danger off Rossall; Thornber , op. cit. 60. Details of these and other local customs are given by Thornber , op. cit. 82- 105; and Trans. Hist. Soc . iv, 102-18.

    Townships Singleton

    local information has been afforded by Messrs. J. W. Fair and Rea , agents to Mr. T. H. Miller . Thornber , Blackpool , 308-9. Thomas Gillow , D.D., son of Richard Gillow of Singleton , 1769 to 1867, has

    Townships Poulton

    been acknowledged in later times, 11 except in 1634 , when Alexander Rigby of Middleton and others held it. 12 Thornber , writing in 1837 , says: 'The principal part of Poulton . . . passed into the hands of

    Townships Hardhorn-with-Newton

    Sir William Henry Hornby , bart. Singleton of Staining . Argent three cheveronels gules between as many martlets sable . Thornber states that the hall had its 'boggart,' the wandering ghost of a Scotchman murdered near a tree which has

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    net-Out inntia' f for eta. Staffordshire played two nen short. r STAFFORDSHIRE.-IOT INNINGS- 14 I ar tzon, c Shakerley, F Thornber ......... Ernst, c Bell, I) Shakerley ................. * Brookes, not out .................. 6 Mr. Banks.c Stringer, b Bell ................ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 G. Pearson, o Newhall, is M :t ory sM~t. 0E S. ololias, not out .............. 34 b MeNutti.....1 H1. Thornber run oat............ 1 run nut........... 3 J. ~asnonut, s irealur22 c Thayer II Lowry '219 J. S. Hnrgreavas, b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ............. I. *1........... * 0 J. Brethertoan c Johnson b Maclow .............. 28 Breleford c Dixon b Johnson. 11 IE. Thornber c Brooks b Johnson . Extras .... 11 Total .... 147 STAFFOB.DSHIUXE.-lsn lNNoNGS. A. H. Heath biBratberton v. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. rt. Twerunow. J. IL Copestake, and \'W. H. Calkin wfith Marlow, Shaw, Briscoe, Dayton, and Hawkins. Cheshire: MIessrs. ll. Thornber (cmptain), .T, A Brethierton, Et. D. Llttlcwrool it. . LCranksbav,, C. F. Browning, and .t. Turner v.ith Brown, Davenport, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Stevenson, Devey, Shaw, and Eniery, forwards. Darwen: Holden, goal; Hunt and J. Mfare- don, backs; T. Marsden, Owen, and Thornber, half- backs; W. Marsden, Nightingale, Fish, Smith, and Haddow, forwards. G(arssny Tows v. SMALL HEATE.-This Alliance match was played Subscribers-only content

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

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    Arncliffe, Arnclife) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Henry Ellis [Ellis] Role: witness Details: male; 60; husbandman Location: Long Preston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thornber (Thornbar) : undefined Long Preston (Preston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Peter Carter [Carter] Role: witness Details: male; 63; clerk

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