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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Church

    of Henry de Wallbank ; HH, no. 35. In the following year William son of Henry de Wallbank gave to Thomas de Altham all his lands in Church except the dower of Alice widow of Richard de Wallbank ; DD

    Townships Rishton

    son all he had in Rishton of the inheritance of Alice lately his wife, including the homages of John de Wallbank and Richard son of Thomas de Oakenshaw , and Adam de Hesketh in 1318 released his interest to his

    The parish of Blackburn BLACKBURN PARISH .

    1260 John de Habindon 103 - - oc. 1289 William de Lench 104 - - 16 June 1317 Adam de Wallbank 105 Whalley Abbey d. W. de Lench 6 July 1320 Simon de Chester 106 " - 26 May 1328

    Townships Billington

    his lands called Bradhull held by a yearly rent of 3 s . 5 d . and of land called Wallbank of 2 s . yearly. 65 He died before November 1348 , when his brother and sister are named

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    commissions, 270, 361. Commissioners for, 288, 481, 580. See also Isham, J.; Millart, R.; Ryley, P.; Shoreditch, R.; Townesend, G.; Wallbank, W. Secretary to, salary, 481. See also Sorrell, F. payment out of, 550 1. Receivers General, petitions for office

    Index of names, L - Z

    , Peter, 69. Samuel, 124. Thomas, 143. Timothy, 534. Wallace , Rosina Lady, 276, note . Sir Thomas, ibid . Wallbank , John, 290. Walleis , Henry, 419. Waller , 111. Anne, 27. Dr. 174, note . 180, note .

    Charles I - volume 513, January 1646, 01 January 1646-31 January 1646

    ] Col. Stockdale to be permitted to go abroad with his keeper. [ Ibid., p . 137. ] Mr. Walbancke [Wallbank ] to be bailed and go out of town. [ Ibid., p . 160. ] January 29. Derby House. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23, H. Penran, Sunderland, ironmonger-Stay 23, E. C. Black- well and J. N. Dunsford, Newbiggin-by toe-Sea, Northumberland, brewers-May 23, J3 Wallbank, Stolkport, currier-l~ay 24, W. Barns, Milarow, Lancashire, feannel mnoufiaeturer-Slay 25, J. T. Woolner, Bury, Lancashire, currier-May 23, E. Evans, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12th of November lhe was sent for to Palmer's house, and saw him there. The prisoner said to him, " Wallbank, I want you to lend me five and twenty pounds." I re- plied, ' Doctor, I am very short Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Some of the ice buloks eeg 18 feet long. The inmates of the houses struck wor out safely. -1 George Wallbank, a private in the Royal Horse.N'thi lery, and Hans Irvine, a receritl -discliarteilt1 Middlrei Royal Marines, have been fousm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I insistbe foundof chlldgn.-"APliily, 56, Laggo Street. elI55 r; HEIS oA-PARTMENTS. ARTET oLet, at small Farin.-Appiy, cssrsonstly, Mrs~. .2 . Wallbank, Holly L ane, one miio from Bockswel Station. c2678 A PARTIMIITII,9911,agley Rood, Braiing roomend bed room X.or usebofsitting zoomw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patent Stoker is attached the smoke is thin and harmless-only Fust perceptihie.' Messrs. PICKERING, Cotton Spinners, Bolton, write WRITE & WALLBANK, earing:~-" Before we put the Patent Smoke Con- suming Apparatus to nor steam hoilers (although we were cisin Proctors Subscribers-only content

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