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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Treales , Roseacre and Wharles

    Townships Treales , Roseacre and Wharles TREALES, ROSEACRE, and WHARLES Treueles, Dom. Bk.; Turuel, 1242. Rasaker, Raysakur, 1249. Quarlous, 1249; Warlawes, Werlows, 1286. Treales is the southern half of this composite township, the northern half being divided between Roseacre to

    Townships Weeton -with-Preese

    Treales , Greenhalgh , Rawcliffe and Wesham . Ibid. 335, n. 1. Farrer, Lancs . Pipe R . 202. Lancs . Inq. and Extents (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 152-3. The demesne lands were in Weeton and

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    in Treales ; £50 for books for poor children of the parish belonging to the Church of England . The money was invested in land, and, as there were few applications for apprenticing, a school was founded in Treales .

    Townships Greenhalgh-with-Thistleton

    Kirkham had lands in the township and were possibly ancestors of the Greenhalgh families. Thus Robert son of Rainkell de Treales about 1230 gave a part of his land within Greenhalgh to Ralph son of Richard the Clerk, co-rector of

    Townships Warton

    appears from previous notes. In 1219 Gilbert son of Reinfred gave 2 oxgangs in Warton (formerly belonging to Robert de Treales ) to William son of Robert in part exchange; Final Conc . i, 42. William de Bradkirk in 1366

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peireon. 0 I1~ TA ON. rAn Traveler. Dfrnea oraactlllyai- Itenty-iui.AddrstaPo toettfice, Rewvadley. SO OtAV3ZLL11.9in ltre Chean. 1 al, and IFactoring Treales, Open tio all APPOINTIUNl?~t nrkt mnoutt.-Addlxea% Writuas. i'orm Offiec, Btrtndnghaae. - .-_ __ e .l '3A1ZVFACTUrETS WANTING sn AGENT'i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rii'g E&Vartatf V'AlLO(tI,3-iioadSo41elt, Goctth-a-nds Woarted. Constant eler tnt' 2T mnent tar Egoad.NIttta-tltmttahrfoy, Broana Street. ciSSI I 1AMfORS.-11'antld. a Stamn, to Treales Trouseers end rIo Reiepre TA _ tty, W. Dias-o~, Tailor, 76. Sherlockt Street cll r'Ak;,ORtS.-Wettoz1, tw.,o geood CotHn saim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seconded, '' Tlmb the coin- mitten of the Padlook-niiakers' Association hle inetructed to iiI-ko arralnlgenieit to join the M Wedniesbary Treales Co licil."--Th'he Otecting then ended. MR. ]3U COKASTER AT WOLVERIHAMPTON. Yesterday afternoon Mr. J. C'. BelcuilCIster, of thle Solith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Londocn nod North-Western Railway Companies (Pre,~ asd W1yre Railwoayi Act 1114 to alter the levels of Spen Laneloadnog from Treales to Newton and rts carry tiesa cms under the Preston sadn Wyre Radway sect alteration of levelo comnsrenoincat a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barker, Barlow, wood leader, Jan. 8, at 11, Selby. J. Richards, Casmbourne, grocer. Jau. 2, at 11, Redruth. R. Macharell, Treales, farmer, Jan, 16. at 10, Kirkham. G. Bryant, Bristol, journeyman baker, Jan. 1, at 12, Bristol. R. Riley, Blimisgham, Subscribers-only content

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