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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Little Harwood

    Little Harwood LITTLE HARWOOD Harewude, xiii cent.; Parva Harewode, xiv-xvi cent. Little Harwood is separated from Great Harwood on the north-east by an irregular boundary which slopes gradually downward from an elevation of over 700 ft. near Side Beet in

    Townships Blackburn

    Townships Blackburn BLACKBURN Blackeburne, Dom. Bk.; Blakeburn, 1187 to xvi cent.; Blackborne, 1608. The local pronunciation is Blakeburn. The borough of Blackburn is situated on hilly ground rising from the valley of the River Darwen , which flows through

    Townships Wilpshire

    Townships Wilpshire WILPSHIRE Wlipschyre, 1246; Wlipshire, xiii-xiv cent.; Wylpshire, 1396. The township was anciently united with Dinckley to form one vill, but has been reckoned a separate township for over two centuries. The land rises from 240 ft. above

    Townships Barrowford Booth

    Townships Barrowford Booth BARROWFORD BOOTH Barouford, 1324. Blakay, 1324. This township has irregular boundaries and appears to have been composed anciently of a number of separate estates or clearings in the Forest of Pendle. It lies in the valley

    The parish of Blackburn BLACKBURN PARISH .

    The parish of Blackburn BLACKBURN Blackburn; Little Harwood ; Ramsgreave; Salesbury ; Clayton-Le-Dale ; Mellor ; Witton ; Pleasington ; Over Darwen ; Lower Darwen ; Eccleshill ; Yate and Pickup Bank (Ex.-Parochial); Tockholes ; Livesey; Walton-Le-Dale ; Cuerdale;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHRISTIAN EVIDENCE SOCIETY.-The Fiity-fifth Discussion 'vill be held in the Great Room, Paul's Head, Cateaton street, enTUESD AY ne.t, at Seven o'clock.-Subject: The Bishop of London's Sixth Proposition "On the Moral Precepts of the Gospel."-T'hle Reverend Secretary will deliver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. [j'rom Loa tNight's Gactttr] B1ANKRUP PTS. Michael Sehondorf. 7, Mark Lane, London, merchant. Berrymansn Franklin, 24, Church Street, Spitalfields. and 13, King Street, Finsbury, both in 3Middlesex, wholesale and expert clotbier, and general merchant. George W>'ililam Walker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEJAYNGS. Mr. J. C. Stevenson, H-P., is a- Presoyterian elder. Massachusetts is now the most densely populated of all the States. One Melbourne brewery has 589 tied houses in that Ans- tralian city. Seventeen Udited States Senators are said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE.-FEBRUARY 12. TiE BANKv-RUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. pRECEIVING ORDERS. Clsr.RTj GyliLe BIL1nsy, Suton, near Wymondham, Norfolk, farmer and dealer.I ERNEST E3DWAROE BRvANETT, Hopton. Suffolk. farmer. SAurEFL M.cLNtr,AN. Park Avenue, lately Allen Street, Little Harwood, Blackburn, comnmission agent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOCLDinDLosRt uto PrheaSOLD bypl PrvtoPerContact C, wit 'l'p.attm, nd etalicPisonRod Sie Pipes, and Slide A Va ys, eary nw, adeby es.Stuges& C., Bowling, which ~aybe cenWoringon he remsesOf 1.Leeming and Son, 5~ j~echiee akers, Noth Home Mll, Bradfrd, of Subscribers-only content

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

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    TEST.CP.1827/14

    Place(s): Blackburn (Blackburn) : undefined Location: Ribchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Alston (Alston) : township Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Over Darwen (Over Darwen) : township Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Little Harwood (Little Harwood) : township Location: Lancashire Place(s): Accrington (Accrington) : township

    CP.G.1787

    CP.G.1787 Reference:CP.G.1787 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Testamentary (disputed legacy) Details:7 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 17/11/1575 - 9/2/1575 People & Places Participant: John Smith [Smyth; Smith] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Jenet Smith [Smyth;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 1, 1668

    Book 1 1668 1668 7 Januarij 1667 Annoque RR Car. Anglie etc xix 53 Robertus Staveacre filius Johannis Staveacre de parochia de great Bedding in Com wilts agr. po: se appren willielmo Gegg de S t martins in le

    General Index, C, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    General Index C C C ., F.H., letter from letter to, mentioned Cabalua Cademan , , bookseller in New Exchange, letter left at house of Cadiz , Spain Caithness , lands and earldom of, warrant relating dispute about earldom Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    General Index L L L. , S., of Ware, information of, mentioned Lackey , , bookseller in Broad Street, printer of Plot Sermon Lacy , Jerome, under-housekeeper of palace of Audley End, to be sent for petition of (for Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1-10, 1683, 01 September 1683-30 September 1683

    Charles II September 1-10, 1683 September 1-10, 1683 Sept. 1. Sir James Butler to Secretary Jenkins. William Gear's information is that he often saw Noyes' and Bateman's wives go into their husbands' chambers. Mr. Lowman's answer is that he Subscribers-only content

 

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