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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Twiston

    Townships TwistonTWISTON Twysilton, 1241; Twesilton, 1300; Twyselton, 1302. These are the usual forms, but Tuyseton occurs in 1281 . Twiston occupies part of the northern slope of one of the spurs of Pendle Hill , which on Twiston Moor

    Townships Downham

    paid £1 13 s . 113/4 d . and Twiston 11 s . 4 d ., when £100 was required from the hundred. 5 The agricultural land in Downham , Twiston , Chatburn and Worston is thus occupied: arable, 7

    Townships Mearley

    who was twenty-two years of age. 22 Their part of the estate seems to have been chiefly in Downham and Twiston , where the later descents will be found. Agnes Greenacres married William Radcliffe of Todmorden , 23 and the

    The hundred of Blackburn Introduction and map BLACKBURN HUNDRED.

    forests or chases were Pendle, Trawden , Accrington , Rossendale, Hoddlesden and Ramsgreave. 17 The manors held in thegnage were Twiston , Chipping , Thornley , Wheatley , Ribchester , Dutton , Dinckley , Henthorn, Wilpshire , Clayton-le-Dale , Salesbury

    The parish of Whalley Index Map of Whalley Parish .

    Carr Booth ; Old Laund Booth ; Colne ; Marsden ; Barrowford Booth ; Foulridge ; Trawden ; Downham ; Twiston Index Map of Whalley Parish . The ancient parish of Whalley had an area of 106, 395 acres, of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    purchase on l~th of November. 1854, has been cancelled; R. E. Sproule, Gent. to be Eesign without purrthase; T. L. Twiston, Gent, to he En- sign by purchase, in nuccession to Lieut. FitiGerald, who retires-65th Foot: T. Ryanl, Gent. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    summoned for a breach of the Explosives Act. Mr. Camrpbell, inspector for the local authority, visited the defendants' store at Twiston, near Clitheroe, on the 24th ult., end found three miners inside it. None of the miners were wearing over- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ls'agranm, Illearloy, Middop, Cbs dLittle 11litton, Great Milton, Newsholme. Newtots. Poyl1eorsto, OF. dPendleten, Rdimiuttgon, Stiwley, Slaidbuirn, Thornley-with- Cen f, Whieatley, Twiston, Waddintogon, Whallsey. Witesivll, and oisl 0, Worstolti; that slich assdit wilt be held in 1110 Board-Room of 'Tilt II Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27 Dowuhain 0 Pendleton 16 Thernisy with H8 Geindlletonl 6 'Whalle Wheatley 29 Mearley 0 7 Wiewell 17 Bolton-by-Bowland 30 Twiston 8 Bowland Forest, 18 Gioburn: 31 Waddington Bo ghern Division 1i Gisburn Foee-gt 32 West Bradford 0 0 BwlandForest, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27 Dowoham i 1'endletonu 18 Thornley-with- 20 Griudleton II Whle Wheatley 29 MoonleyI 7 I' W1 iowdl 17 liolton-by-flowland 30 Twiston I 3 Bowland Forest,' Si Cisburn 31 Waddington Rlicher Iivioion, 19 Gisisurn Forest 32 West Bradford 9 B3owland Forsect, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    Portfield ; Nowell, of Read; Petre, of Dunkenhalgh; Holden , of Holden ; Starkie, of Huntroyde , and Twiston , Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe ; Halstead , of Rowley , represent the descent of estates from the nth to the 18th Subscribers-only content

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