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    Friaries Franciscan friars, Preston

    the house is a scanty record of small bequests for masses 15 until the time of the last warden, Thomas Todgill , whose dispute with the lessee of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalene over the 'Widowfield' is narrated elsewhere. Victoria County History

    Townships Leck

    , afterwards held with Burrow by the Tunstall family, 5 and reckoned as three- Over Leck , Nether Leck and Todgill . 6 Gifts were made to Cockersand Abbey , 7 and these were transferred to Croxton Abbey , 8 Victoria County History

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    Plud ( Carnforth ), 166 Tockim , Edm., 123 n ; Helen, 123 n Toddas ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 391 Todgill , 240 n ; man., 240 Tokens , 18, 20 Toller , Ad. le, 231 n ; Alice le, Victoria County History

    Supplementary Records, Kirkby in Kendale

    north and Richard Todgill on the south; and pays 6s. per annum. Michael Rowlinson holds one acre lying between William Wilson on the north and Adam Lecke on the south; and pays 2s. per annum. Richard Todgill holds an acre British History Online

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    Hugh, 242. " John, 242, 307. " Margaret, 120. " Matthew, 304, 305, 307. " Richard, 302. Toderagge , 306. Todgill , Richard, 91. Tolerton , John, 325. Tollenson , Richard, 218. " Robert, 218. Toller , Thomas, 268, 344. British History Online

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    Tindal , N. C., 28. Tiplady , Alexander, 288. Todd , Christopher, 151. " John, 94, 98. " Margaret, 150. Todgill , Richard, 105, 106. Toleration Act , 52, 224. Tolley , Richard, 223. Tolson , Thomas, 292. Tomlinson , British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21st days of September instant ; beginning on Thursday the 20th, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at Morlcyber, near Todgill, and proceeding to the County Stone, and from thence to the River Lune : And on Friday the 21st Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A., incumbent, Mr. Jehn Smith, stonemason, I reby, in the parish of Thornton- in- Loosdale, to Miss Alice Bainbridge, of Todgill, in the parish of Leek, second daughter of Mr. William Bain- bridge, of Ireby. Ingleton.- On 'he 7th inst., Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the said Commissioners ; to Messrs. Dow- biggin, Sharp, and Rawlinson, solicitors, in Lancaster; oi Mr John Kilshaw, of Todgill, who will shew the premises. GEO. WRIGHT. THO. BUTTLE. NORWICH Bttlon ASSOCIATION. TRUSTEES. The Most Noble the DUKft of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the said Commissioners ; to Messrs. Dow- biggin, Sharp, and Rawlinson, solicitors, io Lancaster; 01 Mr. John Kilshaw, of Todgill, who will shew the premises. GEO. WRIGHT. THO. BUTTLE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Either together or in such Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    The ten *nt will shew the premises ; and further particulars may be had of Mr. John Kil- shaw, of Todgill ; Mr. John Kilshaw, the younger, of Lancaster ; or Mr. Picard, solicitor, Kirkby Lonsdale.- Feb. 7, 1817. TURNPIKE Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    John Simpson, as registrar of births and deaths for the Tunstal sub-district. -It was , resolved that Mr. John Airey, Todgill, Leek, be j appointed deputy-registrar for the same district. The Election of Guardians.- The Clerk read a j copy Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to either of the**" Commissioner*; to Messrs DowaiOOiM, Saa«r« and ..RAWUMbrit*, solicirois, in Lancaster , sHJ Mr. John Kusiiaw, of Todgill, wbo will wP* , the premises. ' ■' ■ U, ceo wßrOrTr I " ' THO. aWTTtF I WJ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Commissioners -, to Messrs Dow- biggin, Sharp, and l<\\\t.i\s n, solicitors, in Lai. raster ; or Mr John Kilshaw, of Todgill, who will shew the premises. GEO WRIGHT THO. BUTTLE. J9 [-■ m - ■ - ■ BURTON - IN Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of the said Commissioners; to Messrs. Dowbiggin, Shah?, and Rawlinson, solicitors, in Lancaster; or to j Mr. John Kilshaw, of Todgill, who will shew the premises. GEO WRIGHT. THO. BUTTLE. TO BE LET, . VOR A TERM OF NINE YEAR*, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    measure. •fl* The tenint will shew the premises; and farther particulars may be had of Mr. Johw Kil- khavt, of Todgill ; jlr. John Kilshaw, the younger, of Lancaster ; or Mr. Picard, solicitor, Kirkby Lonsdale.- Feb. 7, 1817. ~^ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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