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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Medlar-with-Wesham

    of land in Wesham , 2 in demesne and 6 in service, rendering 4 s . yearly. 18 The estate passed to the lord of Mowbreck , who in 1557 was holding lands, windmill, & c., in Wesham of the

    Townships Weeton -with-Preese

    manor. The rental of 1522 17 shows that Weeton was then the head of a lordship comprising also Treales , Wesham , Out Rawcliffe , Little Marton , Greenhalgh , Plumpton and other lands. A court had been held during

    Townships Kirkham

    old market square, and another north to the church. Further west is the road leading to the railway station in Wesham . The market cross was demolished about a hundred years ago. 2 The town had in 1825 manufactures of

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    KIRKHAM Kirkham; Medlar -With- Wesham ; Ribby -With-Wrea; Bryning -With- Kellamergh ; Clifton-With -Salwick; Newton -With- Scales ; Freckleton ; Warton ; Westby -With-Plumptons; Weeton -With-Preese; Treales , Roseacre And Wharles ; Greenhalgh -With- Thistleton ; Little Eccleston -With- Larbreck

    Townships Newton-with-Scales

    manor of Newton -in-Amounderness, with twelve messuages, 200 acres of land, & c, in Warton , Kirkham , Kellamergh , Wesham , Greenhalgh , Elswick and Hambleton ; the defendant was John Coppull ; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 20,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    a . of pasture, 4 a . of wood, and 100 a . of furze and heath in Wessome [ Wesham ] , Molbreke [ Mowbrick ] , and Heyton [ Heaton par. Lancaster ] . Lawrence and Beatrice, for

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Thomas Wentworth, 4th Baron and 1st Earl of Cleveland Thomas Sir J. William and see Raby. Wentworth , Woodhouse (Yorks) Wesham Wessell , L. West , Lieut. William Ensign J., ibid . Brigadier and Lieut. (Albemarle's) Westbury , Gloucestershire West Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, April 1651, 01 April 1651-30 April 1651

    Brother, Myerscough, Co. Lancaster. Vol. G No. or p. L.C.C. 72 137 140 D. 72 137 29 April 1651. Leonard Wesham, and 2 others, trustees of Cicely Butler, infant, beg leave to prove their title to, and discharge of lands Subscribers-only content

    Anne, Table VIII. Orders on Petitions, 01 March 1702-31 December 1702

    Signet to prepare a bill accordingly. S.P. Dom., Entry Book 240, p. 4. JUNE, 1702. 2 June. Wm. Gardner, of Wesham. Received from King William the grant of an almsman's place in the Cathedral Church of Worcester. He fears that Subscribers-only content

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Appendix

    Great and Little Singleton, Westby with Plumpton, Warton, Freckleton, Newton with Scales, Clifton with Salurich, Weeton with Presse, Medlar with Wesham, and Treales, Roseacre, and Wharbes. 21st. That it shall be lawful for the Visitors to direct the admission into

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alleged to have teen grauted by the South Eastern Railway Company for the late jprize-fight in Sussex." Winezs Whiteleead, of Wesham Rectory, Bucks, the "gentleman'" who so indecently assaulted a lady in a railway carriage last week, is again brought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Preston Guard-ian says :-" A sergeant and two constables proceeded to the house of Mr. Cuthbert Catterall, farmer, of Wesham, where they were met by a horse and cart, and having formally announced to the old gentleman (who is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Cannon 2 Mr. Lowther's Splamones, Bat 111b ..... Watts .3 Canary Bird (H. Chaloner), The Islander (G. Chiloner), Lady Wesham (AIfsopp), and Spicy (Finlay) also ran.- Betting: 11 to 8 agst Master of the Horse, 9 to 4 azst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    legality or not, He was however, certainly struck by the smhallness of the meetin. n feadure. To e ,ouwithatrtih e Wesham tem had been testied forh lagod, dl copeznc, mpor pIeat andpher wxen oul vlentuid~ng to show thaIt thaberen wrepeallthoed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lWyWeWhbam .. 3 7 8 YSmll atr .. .. 3 6 7 Zilah .._ .. -57 t ADrryrVoiAL AsuvAsS.-Whiteewcod. idy Wesham, Nd- gogne, Porridge, Lovesick, Medlar, FAtotum, Spindle Leg, Restaurant Rondo, Alis, Little Herbert, BHnsagbmore, Sir Frederick SRorer Haymaker. Colorado, Subscribers-only content

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