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    Lancashire Fines, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary

    deforciants of 2 messuages, 18 a . of land, and half an a . of meadow in Pemberton, Hyndley, and Aspull. Thomas and Alice remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of William, for which the plaintiffs

    Henry VIII, February 1523, 1-15, 01 February 1523-28 February 1523

    . Drafts, pp . 4. iii. Lordships assigned to the Countess. In Lanc.: Byspam, Chyldwall, Reyneford, Anlazargh, Weton, Alston, Inseblundell, Aspull near Wygan, Frekylton (lately purchased of Wm. Hudleston); lands purchased of John Bampford in Saldfordshyre in Myddelton parish, called

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    10 a . of wood, and 40 a . of moor and turbary in Shevyngton, Wygan, Ince near Wygan, and Aspull. Alexander acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of James, for which James and Peter granted them to

    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    . of pasture, 2 a . of wood, 10 a . of moor, and 6 a . of turbary in Aspull and Ince [ par. Wigan ] . Robert granted that the said tenements, which William Bardsey and Anne his

    Lancashire Fines, 4-7 Edward VI

    wife deforciants of 10 a . of land, 8 a . of meadow, and 20 a . of pasture in Aspull. Robert and Ellen remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them 80. m. 103.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 16 February 1830, 16 February 1830-16 February 1830

    Ince aforesaid, and passing through, into, over or under the several townships or places of Ince, Hindley, Wigan, Haigh and Aspull all in the parish of Wigan , an d all within Mackerfield , and all in the county palatine

    Index of names and places, A

    1387. Asley . See Ashley; Astley. Aspall . See Aspull. Aspine , Thomas, minister, ii. 978. Aspinwall (Aspenwel, Aspinwal, Aspinwel): Edward, ii. 666. Jeremiah, ii. 37, 301, 469, 666, 972, 1072. Aspull (Aspall), co. Lancaster, ii. 1326. Assers or Aslers

    Index of names and places, G

    481, 678, 1040, 1084, 1334. Ralph, ii. 195. Richard, ii. 969, 1069, 1084. alderman of Colchester, ii. 467, 663. of Aspull, ii. 1326. of Bowerhouse, ii. 627, 636. of Congleton, ii. 623, 635. of Poulton, ii. 1321, 1365, 1428. Simon,

    Index

    61, 104 Asche , see Asshe Ascheler , Walter & his wife, 24 Asplond , William, cit. & skinner, 110 Aspull , Thomas, 37 Asshe (Asche) Laurence & Molde his wife, 23 William, esq., of Herts., 39 Asshebourne , Henry,

    Index, A, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Aspremont , R. d ' , sieur d ' Orthe, French ambassador in England (March to July, 1543), i. 380. Aspull , John, i. g. 846 (51). Assa (Aza) , Fernando de, Spanish merchant, i. 1009, 1074 1099, 1143, 1223,

    British History Online

    Fleming Curwin Rawlinson Miles Dodding William Kirkby Thomas Braddyll Alexander Rigby of Midleton Alexander Rigby of Layton Alexander Rigby of Aspull Thomas Norris Christopher Parker Henry Sclatter Richard Leigh Richard Fleetewood of Rossall Peter Bold Alexander Nowell Thomas Powler Edward

    Index of names and places

    , near Ormskirk, 14, 15, 51, 133. Aspenall , John, 144. Aspenell , see Asmall . Aspenhaugh , Ambrose, 81. Aspull , 29, 63, 98, 104, 125. Aspynwall , see Asmall . Asshaw (Asshowe), Joan, w. of Lawrence, 7, 12,

    Addenda, June 1681, 01 June 1681-30 June 1681

    Addenda, July 1689, 01 July 1689-31 July 1689

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 20 April 1642, 20 April 1642-20 April 1642

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2 20 April 1642 Die Mercurii, 20 Aprilis, 1642. PRAYERS. Counsel in the Peers. MR. Serjeant Wilde has Leave to be of Counsel with the Bishop of Armagh , in the House of Peers.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 31 May 1641, 31 May 1641-31 May 1641

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2 31 May 1641 Die Lunæ, ultimo Maii, 1641. PRAYERS . Leather, Trade. ORDERED , That Mr. King shall, with all convenient Speed, make Report of the Business of Leather, depending before the Committee.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 23 March 1626, 23 March 1626-23 March 1626

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1 23 March 1626 Jovis, 23 Martii Sir E. Fisher. L. 2a. - SIR Edw. Fisher: - Committed to Mr. Bysse, Sir Jo. Corbett, Mr. Carvyle, Sir Jo. Stradling, Sir Tho. Middleton, Mr. Lowther,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 15 February 1644, 15 February 1644-15 February 1644

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3 15 February 1644 Die Jovis, 15 Februarii, 1643. PRAYERS. Hertingfordbury Parsonage. AN Order for Sequestration of the Parsonage of Herting fordbury , was this Day read; and re-committed, till the House be satisfied

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 17 July 1643, 17 July 1643-17 July 1643

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3 17 July 1643 Die Lunæ, 17 Julii, 1643. PRAYERS. Committee to Scotland. ORDERED , That the Committee for preparing Instructions for the Committee appointed to go into Scotland , do prepare some Instructions

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 15 November 1641, 15 November 1641-15 November 1641

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2 15 November 1641 Die Lunæ, 15;Nov. 1641. PRAYERS. Court at Yorke. SIR Tho. Widdrington , Mr. Glyn , Mr. Whistler , Sir John Hotham , Mr. Bellasis , Sir Arth. Ingram , are

 

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