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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Charnock Richard

    Charnock Richard CHARNOCK RICHARD Schernoc, 1288; Chernok Richard, Chernoke, 1292. This township is bounded on the east and north by the Yarrow ; Clancutt Brook on the south divides it from Coppull . The surface reaches heights of 250 ft.

    Townships Bradford

    Townships Bradford BRADFORD Bradeford, 1332. This township, 1 which has an area of 288 acres, lies between the Medlock on the north and Ashton Old Road on the south, and is crossed about the centre by Ashton New Road

    Townships Cuerden

    Townships Cuerden CUERDEN Kirden, 1212; Kerden, Kerdyn, 1292; Keurden, Kuyrdon, Keverden, xv cent. This township lies in the bend formed by the Lostock , flowing north and then west. The area is 808 acres, 1 and the population in

    The parish of Standish STANDISH PARISH

    The parish of Standish STANDISH Standish with Langtree ; Shevington ; Welch Whittle ; Charnock Richard ; Duxbury; Heath Charnock ; Adlington ; Anderton ; Worthington ; Coppull ; The parish of Standish has an area of 15, 3771/2

    Townships Welch Whittle

    Townships Welch Whittle WELCH WHITTLE Withull, 1221; Walse Wytill, 1288; Walshe Whythille, 1292; Walshe Quithill, 1314. The township takes its distinguishing epithet from the Waleys or Walsh family, whose principal estate was at Aughton , near Ormskirk . It

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Houghton

    Details Elizabeth Houghton in religion Elizabeth Placida Born in Charnock Richard Died 1708 20 Nov in Bruges mother Elizabeth Ditchfield father John Houghton

    Mary Hoghton

    Details Mary Hoghton in religion Eugenia Born 1621 in Charnock Richard Died 1701 12 Mar in Cambrai father Lieut. Col William Houghton mother Mary Gascoigne

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2696B

    CP.H.2696B Reference:CP.H.2696B Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Appeals (Testamentary) Details:30 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 6/10/1665 - 30/6/1666 People & Places Participant: Margaret Ellinthorpe [Ellingthorpe; Ellenthorpe; Ellinthorpe] Alternate name: Margaret Watmough [Watmough; Watmouth] Role: plaintiff

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOGHTON, Sir Richard (c.1342-c.1422), of Hoghton, Lancs.

    HOGHTON, Sir Richard (c.1342-c.1422), of Hoghton, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire Feb 1383 Lancashire 1402 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Lancs. Dec. 1368, Feb. 1384, Mar. 1400, Aug. 1402, June 1405, Apr. 1418; inquiry Feb. 1374 (goods of an outlaw),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. At Melton Mowbray, the Countess of Wilton, of a son. On the 19th inst. in Bruton street, the Right Hon. Lady Cottenbam, of a daughter. This morning (Wednesday), the wife of Mr Benjamin Jacques, of 69 Northgate street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE,-OCTOBER 18. THE DANKRUUPTCY ACT, M.~ 311C05 VING ORDERS. .A5Ty, JAUDilir, tradlingma Jardine anti Co., Great Winchester Street, London. and W~aithamsnnow, Enesex, diamond nserciisnt. Ws. JonS SKssert., Victoria Pack road, Canning Town, Ensec, chemist. lltt.itS CRuiFITHrr, Tanyinaen, Portdinorvwic, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPLENDID EINGRA'VIN4GS IN CHiASTU AND ELEGANT G11LT FRAMES, SUPERB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EIFFEC IS. MU3SIC 11.`LL, ALGION STREET. LEEDSS. Mossrs. TI. & W. HARDsWICK bog to arnnin ce, thatthey'liavo I ecoived instructions from George Younv, luat.. (uliauging lisn Resideiice), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W Alt AfMrt-iicxs sent fromt a ctnatnce ucnst be auithelnticated by thle Signature of one of oar Agjents, or by that cf a known Cor-es- ,otalrltn AntLounsncenectts of Birth.s are subject to a charge of Us. td. each, anti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notices of Deaths and Marriages shonld be sent with the least possible delay after their occurrence. If kept back more than two or three days, we cannot undertake for their insertion except as advertise. ments. Of course this doed Subscribers-only content

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