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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Tyldesley with Shakerley

    of Tyldesley , gent., Geoffrey his son, yeoman, were indicted by Hugh Tyldesley that they with Geoffrey Shakerley of Tyldesley , gent., Margaret the relict of Peter Shakerley of Tyldesley , and others dug in his soil at Tyldesley and

    Townships Astley

    de Tyldesley had granted an estate in Tyldesley called 'The Dowere' in 1308 . In 1441 Thurstan son of Hugh Tyldesley recovered from John Valentine a yearly free service of 2 s . 6 d . for lands in Tyldesley

    Townships Myerscough

    16 apart from the Tyldesley family, who made it their chief residence, probably for religious reasons. 17 The family have been noticed in the accounts of Morleys in Astley and Wardley in Worsley . Edward Tyldesley , the first of

    Townships Entwistle

    estate, after one week, was to pass to Thurstan Tyldesley , his younger son, and his heirs. 9 Entwisle. Argent on a bend engrailed sable three mullets of the field . Tyldesley . Argent three mole-hills proper . The manor

    Townships Little, Middle and Over Hulton

    of Henry de Tyldesley , whose son Peter appears to have married Maud daughter of Richard Mort ; Yates Evidences. In 1465 Thomas son and heir of James Tyldesley , who was son and heir of Thomas Tyldesley , was

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, October 1721, 1-14, 01 October 1721-14 October 1721

    Antipas Treasure. Same endorsement . p . 687. iii. Deposition of Mary Tyldesley. 11th Oct. 1721. To same effect as Nos . ii., iii. Signed , Mary Tyldesley. Same endorsement . p . 687. iv. Deposition of William Bayly of

    Lancashire Fines, 4-6 Philip and Mary

    of his body; in default to remain to James Tyldesley, another brother of the said Thurstan, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to Edward Tyldesley and the heirs males of his body; in default

    Lancashire Fines, 11-20 Henry VIII

    of pasture, 10 a . of wood, 50 a . of moor, and 40 a . of moss in Flixton, Tyldesley, Worseley, Hilton [ Middle Hulton ] , Overhilton, and Netherhilton [ Little Hulton ] . Lawrence and Joan remitted

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    week, and after that term to remain to Thurstan Tyldesley, esq., and to his assigns for the term of the said Thurstan's life, and after his decease to remain to Edward Tyldesley, gent. m. 244. [9 March, 1551 ] .


    late that of Richard Skyllycorne, esq., deceased, whose daughters and heirs were the said Jane, wife of Thomas Chadocke of Tyldesley, co. Lanc., gent., and Elyn, wife of Ewayn Haughton of Darbye, co. Lanc., gent. The consideration was 140; Orig.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hoal wiad, i dd ycryn. Rhydd y Mannchier Guardian yehydig o hanes ymweliad 501. a weithwyr Rbyddfrydol o Leigh a Tyldesley a) Chastell Hawarden,. ddydd Sadwrn diweddaf-lle yr oedd. Mr. Gladstone wedi rhoddi y tir a amgyich ei, bres*ylId at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , cenhadon a fuont yn ymweled A'r Parch. Isaac Jones, gweinidog y Wesleyaid, o berthynas i dderbyniad y cais 0 Tyldesley, ei fed yn' foddlon i ni en derbyn, am en hod eisoes wedi. tori en cysylltiad 1'r Wesleyaid, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neb yn bresenoli a Belton, Bury, a Rocidale. Ba y Parch. W. James, a a ph r.f yuohwtEdwaurdo, Salford, yn Tyldesley yn oymeryd hlais yr eglwys a berthynas i ddewvis bfaenoriaid, ahysbsa sant fod pump o frodyr wedi e dewis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. ^ANCHESTER.-Cynhaliwyd y Cyfarfod Misol di- weddaf Rhag. 18fed. Llywydd, Mr. William Davies. Cynrychiolid yr holl eglwy3i oddieithr Bury a Tyldesley. Wedi darllen a chymeradwyo penderfyniadaa y cyfarfod blaenorol, aed at y gwaith o etnol lhywydd, a chan fad llywyddiaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn yr Association Hall, y mater i'w benodi gan y Parchn. W. James a T. Gray. Iysbysodd y eyfeillion o Tyldesley en bod wedi pender- fynu casgln deugain punt yn y pedwar mis nesaf tuag at adeiladu capel newydd. Gellir Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1831, 21 April 1831

    of Saint Michael's, Manchester, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Tyldesley the Parish of Tyldesley with Shackerley, in the County of with Shack- Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : y: Also, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    and Fairfield ; St. Luke's, Manchester ; St. Stei phen's, Manchester; St. Paul's, Manchester; St. Clement's, Manchester; St. Michael's, Manchester; Tyldesley with Shackerley; West Houghton; Whitworth; Northwich; and Over, 502.—Hagg Gate, Briercliffe; Wine Wall Chapel, Colne; Clithero; Tranmere; Higham; Low Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    and other Place, 394. Turton and Bradshaw, 262. Turvey, 383. Tur- westoi, &c, 173. Tuxford, 163. Twickenham, 248. Twyford, 262. Tyldesley, 248. Tynemouth, 272. Tythegston, 393. Ty- therirjfton, 276.—Ufton, 220. Ugborough, 394. Ugglebarnby, 272. Upham, 316. Upholland, 330, Upton-cum-Chalvey, 262. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Turvey, 473 b. Tutbury, 94 b. Tuthill Stairs, 145 a. Tuxford, 488 b. Twickenham, 471 b. Twyford, &c, 66 b. Tyldesley, &c, 502 a. 502 b. Tymaur, 487 b. Tyrrelspass, 484 a. Tysoe, 76 b. Tywardreath, 59 a. Vauxhall Row, Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1809, 20 February 1809

    and speedy recovery of Small Debts, within the Parishes of Bolton and Dean, and within the Townships of Atherston and Tyldesley cum Shackerley, m the County Palatine of Lancaster : And that Mr. Black- bume and Mr. Stanley do prepare, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Tyldesley Lodge

    Numeration 1894 onwards: 2572 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Peel Street, Westhoughton, Lancashire, England 1999 Masonic Rooms, Bank Chambers, Chapel Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire, England 1901 Bank Chambers, Elliott Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire, England 1897 Lecture Hall, Liberal Club, Tyldesley, Lancashire, England 1895

    St. John's Lodge

    Leigh, Lancashire 1815 King's Head Inn, Market Place, Chowbent, Lancashire 1818 Star and Garter, The Square, Tyldesley, Lancashire 1825 Boar's Head Inn, Elliott Street, Tyldesley, Lancashire 1831 Bowling Green, Market Street, Halshaw Moor [now Farnworth], Lancashire 1833 Corn Mill Inn


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