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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Aldcliffe

    Townships AldcliffeALDCLIFFE Aldeclif, Dom. Bk.; Aldecliue, 1212; Aldeclyve, 1292; Awcliff (xvi cent.) representing the current pronunciation. Occupying rising ground on the east bank of the Lune, 1 where the river bed begins to widen into an estuary, Aldcliffe commands

    Townships Bulk

    her sisters having released their right to her; after which Richard and Grace were admitted tenants in open court at Aldcliffe . 15 Lawrence and John Copeland afterwards held it. 16 Margaret Ward, widow, in 1599 claimed, by descent from

    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    1301. Locally pronounced Stodda. This composite township occupies the eastern side of the Lune estuary from the Conder north to Aldcliffe . The surface for the most part stands from 50 ft. to 100 ft. above sea level, being varied

    Townships Thurnham

    of John Kitchen of Pilling , obtained the site of Cockersand Abbey , adjoining Thurnham , and in 1558 added Aldcliffe and Bulk by purchase from the Crown. A pedigree was recorded in 1567 . 14 Robert Dalton died in

    The parish of Lancaster (in Lonsdale hundred) General history and castle LANCASTER HEYSHAM CLAUGHTON

    (Edenbreck) by the green way towards Aldcliffe ; Add. MS. 33244, fol. 77, 78. This 'green way' seems to be the present footpath (by Kendal Padfields) from the west end of the town to Aldcliffe . A 'gare' between Millfield

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LEEDS MERCURY. UROSA LIBEL ON THE DISSENTERS BY THE REV. HUUH STOWELL, a REFI;UT1ATON. A iiist unwortliy alnd shamiieful atteonpit has beea n:le i by the Rev. lUGIn STOWvzrL, M.A., of Manches- ter, to preu&dice the Dissenters in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aughton, Balton with Aughton, Lut- s coster, Caaton and Littledale, C ,ton with Littledrale, t Caton, Qaernmore, Bulk, hulk and Aldcliffe, I elk I with Aldoslffe, Skerton, boroulgh om Lancaster, town of Lan- y caster, ammd borough and town of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ernest C. Jay, EDWAisD B. DAWeON, Esq., of Lunecliffe, near Lancaster, barrister- at-law, eldest son of Edward Dawson, Esq., of Aldcliffe hall, Lan- caster, to MARY EuzAsBsrI, only daughter of C. HOWARD, Esq., of Brinnington Hall, Stockport. Same day, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26, was indicted for the wilful murder of Caroline Davidson, her infant child, on the 8th of November last. at Aldcliffe, near Lancaster. Mr. Hay, Q. C., and Mr. Dawson prosecuted, and Mr. Campbell Foster defended the prisoner. The Court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sum of £300 as damages. THE sentence of death on MARY ELIZA-BETH DAvinsow, for the murder of her child at Aldcliffe, near Lancaster, has been commuted to penal servitude for life. Mn. PLimsoLL is one of the few men whose Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IPRES, Sir Ralph (c.1336-1397), of Quernmore, Lancs.

    His family appears to have lived in Lancaster, although he himself moved just outside the town to the manor of Aldcliffe which, in 1359, he leased for 60 years.[footnote] Ralph had by then joined the retinue of Henry, duke of

    BANESTER, William (c.1500-by 1539), of Lancaster, Lancs.

    Tunstall stated that the late abbess of Syon had, on 7 Sept. 1515, granted a lease of the manor of Aldcliffe, Lancashire, to George Singleton, that Singleton had died some two or three years later and that his widow had


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