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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rishton

    TOTTLEWORTH is first mentioned in a grant made early in the 13th century by Maud de Praers to Uctred son of Roger de Rishton ; her gift included three-fourths of the place, the bounds going from Oakenholt syke through

    Townships Great Harwood

    Henry and Robert de Lacy to Richard Fiton, the parcel of common on the north side of Norden , above Tottleworth , has long been reputed to be part of Rishton . 27 In 1490-1 an award was made in

    Rufford

    parentage is unknown, 18 was apparently a 'landless man,' the possessions of the family in Rufford , Great Harwood and Tottleworth being acquired f rom his wife, Maud Fitton , 19 or by purchase. He had two sons, the above-named

    Townships Church

    occurs; Towneley MS. DD , no. 857. About 1250 the Abbot of Kirkstall granted to Richard son of Adam de Tottleworth land called Wallbank in Church which had been received from Uctred de Church; a rent of 6 d .

    Townships Mearley

    336. De Banco R. 411, m. 54; the estates were in Great Mearley, Harwood , Church, Worston , Rishton and Tottleworth . In 1364 a jury found that Lawrence Nowell had free chase in his manor of Mearley; Kuerden MSS.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cow thereat for £15, and as he was on his way home about two o'clock in the afternoon, between Tottleworth and Holt Mill on the footpath, he was met by six men, one of whom grasped him tightly around Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last I was at Great Harwood fair. I If ft there at two o'clock in the afternoon, and came towards Tottleworth. At this cud of Harwood the road leads to- wards Holt Mills. When going through tbe footpath just on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a house at Tottleworth minus his coat, and in an excited state, and told the inmates that after leaving Rishton he met a man on the canal bank between the Co-operative mill and the Tottleworth bridge, who demanded his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    my way back to Blackburn. 1 went through the fields, and when I bad got past the farm house at Tottleworth in Rishtou 1 was attacked i by two men. They said if I did not turn up all the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiie 24th April. The keeper who was ou duty in Norden Wood uw him come up tbe road leading to Tottleworth, accompanied by the hound. Ou reach. ing the bridge that divides the township of Kishton from that of Great Subscribers-only content

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